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Primary PE & Sport Premium

The PE and sport premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.

Amount received

For the 2022-23 academic year, Manor Mead School Shepperton has been allocated £9,568.  

Summary of planned provision at Shepperton

Physio Steps with high adjustable rails - £1,037

Funds will enable the purchase of specialist physiotherapy equipment, that is appropriate for supporting children in gaining physical stepping skills and strength.  Developing these skills prompts independence and increases opportunities to engage in additional physical activities such as climbing steps to a slide and stepping in and out of a pool.   The equipment is height adjustable and will create opportunities for children throughout the school. 

Specialist dance teacher - £3,900  

Funding allows us to employ a specialist dance teacher who is able to deliver dance and music sessions across the school.  As well as developing physical skills, this provision develops pupil confidence and self-esteem, encouraging group work and interaction with others. 

Yoga Training - £1,685

Funding will provide staff with professional development, mentoring, training and resources to help embed yoga into the school PE curriculum.  The funding will provide a days intense training, by a ‘Yoga For Schools’ trainer, who specialises in yoga in specialist school settings.  The Yoga trainer will run staff sessions and also work with groups of children by training the staff how to implement the yoga sessions.  Ongoing support and planning will be provided by ‘Yoga For Schools’ to support teachers in delivering yoga sessions as part of the PE curriculum. 

Playtime equipment - £730

Funds will be spent on resourcing additional equipment to encourage active play during break times, lunchtimes and lunchtime clubs across the whole school.

New sports experience funding - £2,216

Funds will be used to support all pupils in the school to access an offsite sporting activity. Activities will include climbing and abseiling on the year 6 residential trip.  For others the activities could include ice skating, visiting a trampoline park, going swimming offsite, bowling, accessible bicycles etc.  This funding will help introduce a new range of sports and physical activities to pupils in the school, and may encourage and give confidence to more pupils to take part in these sport and physical activities in the future. 

The impact of the school’s Sports Funding spend will be assessed annually and pupil progress demonstrated through case studies for individual pupils.

Manor Mead School:
Primary School Sport Funding 2021-2022

Money allocated for September 2021 - July 2022 | £16,685 with £11,214 carried forward from the previous year when some of the activities planned for did not take place because of COVID.

This money was used:

  • To employ an external dance teacher
  • To support rebound therapy training
  • To purchase soft PE equipment 
  • To support training for se of specialist equipment used in high needs swim sessions 
  • Towards a residential trip for our older pupils

Case study available here, to illustrate the direct outcomes of Sports Funding 2021-22.