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School Sports Funding 2021-2022 Action Plan

Area of focus



Maintain Participation rates in competitive sport.

Renewed subscription to the Charnwood School Sports Partnership

Continuation of cross country participation as this was highly subscribed

Continue Val Sabin scheme and 10 minute daily activity to gauge interest in competitive sport

Cover supervisor responsible for organising and attending after school sporting events and competitions.

Ensure that Hall Orchard take part in Team Charnwood organised events.

Develop cross country in KS2.

Ensure that children complete both morning and afternoon activate daily and that teachers are familiar with PE Scheme of Work

Maintain inclusive extracurricular clubs available to all children (when COVID restrictions allow)

Regularly promote all clubs to the children

Run clubs based on the ‘pupil voice’

Participation in Town Sports event at Loughborough University

To maintain the amount of intra competitions promoting a healthy competitive attitude

To maintain links with local schools and clubs

Parent workshops/access to information - importance of physical activity

Promotion of clubs through the Orchard Oracle, school notice board and new sports leaders

Continue to support Hall Orchard participation in the Loughborough Town Sports competition- run heats to ensure that children have enough practice for the event

Introduction of parent workshops in line with DT/PSHE co-ordinators to promote healthy eating and exercise. 

Continuation of the  profile of PE being raised further with the promotion and celebration of clubs and achievements

Sports ambassadors programme

Competition board and achievements on the noticeboard

Celebration of participation in assembly

Continue Activate/alternative daily 10 minute activity

Sports ambassadors programme

who can form a school sports council, meeting once a half term to discuss children’s’ voice and progression along with the programme

Continue to link PE and Physical Activity with our school values and LORIC- Embedding Physical Activity into our daily schedule

Increase the profile of physical activity and ensure that both staff and children see the difference between physical activity and physical exercise

Close monitoring of the 10 minute daily activity – Giving staff options to choose from

Continue with sports ambassadors and the value of active lessons

Review of heatmaps across the school to identify areas where physical activity can be increased

Email staff with options of 10 minute daily activity

PSHE/DT/PE/Science links (mindfulness)

Ensure that each year group has a focus on healthy eating and effects on the body through PSHE/DT and science.

Working together with DT/Science/PSHE co-ordinators to ensure that all children are getting coverage