Roseacre Primary Academy

Excellence for all  

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  Excellence from all

Roseacre Primary
Academy

Excellence for all

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Excellence from all

Sports Funding

Nationally, the Government have committed funding of £150 million to improve the quality of sport and PE in schools. This was jointly funded by the Department for Education, Health & Culture and Media & Sport.

Purpose of the funding

Schools are required to spend the funding on improving provision of PE and sport but will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

In the academic year 2015-16, Roseacre Primary Academy received £10,670.  Please click here for details of the participation in the before and after school, sports premium clubs for the year 2015-2016 and 2016-2017.

In the academic year 2016-17, Roseacre Primary Academy received £10,630.  Please click here for the impact of this funding.

In the academic year 2017-18, Roseacre Primary Academy received £21,250.  Please click here to see the impact of this funding.

In the academic year 2018-19, Roseacre Primary Academy received £21,250.  Please click here for the impact of this funding.

The funding is being used to facilitate the following:

  • providing specialist teaching in games & dance;
  • providing training for teachers & support staff;
  • establishing breakfast & after school clubs where the activities will change half termly (for details see the extra-curricular activities page Extra Curricular Activities);
  • establishing girls-only sports clubs;
  • Enabling children to attend out of school competitions;
  • Employing a full time sports coach;
  • Providing sports clubs at lunchtime;
  • Work with able, gifted and talented children providing out of school opportunities;
  • Providing outdoor and adventurous activities for children;
  • Provide sports equipment to improve the quality of lessons in school.

Swimming Results Year 6 2018

79 out of 87 children can  swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
79 out of 87 children can  use a range of strokes effectively
74 out of 87 children can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations