Sports Premium Spending
|Transport to Swimming||1300|
|Telford & Wrekin Sports Partnership||1326|
|Transport to sporting events||500|
|Better lunchtimes Award||899|
|Professional sports coaching 50%||3225|
|Establishment of healthy food ethos throughout the school curriculum||8500|
|Income received 19/20||17750|
Professional Sports Coaching
Using sport in school as a tool to aid the all round development of children Professional sports coaches provide a fun, safe, educational and all inclusive environment for learners to ‘be the best that they can be’. They focus on the Fundamentals of Movement (FOM) and Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) of physical literacy through to ‘life skills’ such as attitude, teamwork, confidence, health and social issues and more
Following swimming lessons in Spring 2019, 25 of the 30 year 6 pupils met the national curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 meters, using a range of strokes effectively and able to perform safe self rescue in different water based situations.
Telford & Wrekin School Sports Partnership
Working in partnership with schools and community providers across Telford & Wrekin to create opportunities for young people to reach their sporting potential. Inspiring a generation through participation in sport.
Impact: Access to a wide range of inter school competition and training opportunities to increase skills levels
Better Lunchtimes Award
Better Lunchtimes Mark programme optimises all aspects of lunchtime, enabling children and staff to be their calmest, happiest and most proactive selves during healthy and efficient lunchtimes. By working towards this award, we aim to achieve significant improvements to children’s experiences of lunchtimes and positively influence healthy habits and social skills.
Introduction of healthy food throughout the curriculum
Following a review of the school catering contract the governors are keen to improve the food plan offered to our children.
Working with a consultant chef to develop a curriculum offer around a ‘whole food plan’ and create a food focus that engages and enthuses children, to increase the knowledge and understanding around food or the children and families.. The aim of the food programme
To develop and embed a high quality curriculum that has integrated food education to extend our curriculum offer that celebrates culture and tradition as well as a consistently high nutritional value.
To develop a love and knowledge of where food comes from; through growing and preparing food; understanding how food has a vital place in staying healthy and leading a healthy lifestyle.
To Increase and maintain strong partnerships with families and carers; supporting families to prepare and cook healthy nutritious meals with children. To provide a curriculum kitchen
for families and children to enjoy creating food together.
John Randall Primary School
Queen Street, Madeley
Telford, Shropshire, TF7 4DS