Sports and Physical Education at Kymbrook

Here at Kymbrook Primary School we love to play, move and keep fit.
Our wide provision includes:
Sports lessons taught by sports coaches.
Football Club.
Multiskills Clubs.
Tennis Clubs.
Ball skills Clubs.
Dance Club.
Summer Swimming lessons in our on site open air pool.
Inter School competitions for Key Stages 1 & 2.
County wide competition
Sports day.
Dinner time activities / equipment. 
Over the last few years Sports Premium Funding has enabled the school to ensure all teaching staff are suitably trained for swimming teaching and all support staff have the correct safety training for supervision of swimming lessons. The premium has enabled the school to extend the life of the swimming pool by having it re-lined.
Currently the school has just spent all of the allocated funding on a brand new artificial sports pitch 20x26m squared for installation on our brand new sports field at a cost of £26,500. 
We look forward to this sporting facillity giving pupils access to all year facillities enhancing their involvement in pitch sports 
Kymbrook Sports Premium
The total PE and Sport Premium allocation for 2016-17 was £8265.  £4821 was used towards the funding of the building of the new Multi Use Games Area (MUGA). The impact of the MUGA is linked to Indicator 1 –‘The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least of 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school.’
All school children now have access to a far larger outdoor sports and games area for use during all but the worst weather. In addition, external providers, such as Premier Sports, can now teach in an external environment that contributes to higher quality outcomes for children throughout the school. Midday supervisors have the potential to plan and implement a more extensive range of activities that will contribute to achieving indicator 1. This in turn impacts on behaviour and attitude.
Key Actions Taken
Actual Outcomes
Actual Cost
Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence
Sustainability/next steps
Multi Use Games Area built in a corner of the Sports Field
Higher quality PE lessons delivered.
Increased opportunities for structured lunchtime activities.
Increased activity of children during lunchtimes.
Improved standards in PE (observed by Premier Sport)
Improved behaviour and attitudes to PE throughout the school. (reported by staff, both internal and Premier Sport).
Whole staff inset on improving standards in PE.
Best use of space available (JG and GC to lead)
Training of lunchtime staff e.g. PlayPals
£3444 was received in April 17 for period April to August 17, and carried forward to academic year 2017/18 for the redevelopment of the whole outdoor area.