Sport Premium

Initiative

Information

Impact

Outdoor Education

We have an Outdoor Education timetable which allows all pupils at Woodlands, regardless of ability, to access residential experiences.

Forest School where pupils can take part in woodland activities.

100% of Woodlands pupils access outdoor education.

All pupils have the opportunity to access residential experiences.

Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) Bronze and Silver Award

Our PE staff lead the DofE programme every Tuesday. We tailor the programme to suit the needs of our pupils, including timetabling it during school hours to ensure inclusion for pupils who rely on transport to and from school.

The bronze and silver award provides pupils the opportunity to develop and implement independence skills alongside having to work effectively together as a team. The achievement of the award has set pupils up well for post 16 provision and provides a platform to progress to the gold award through a different provider if they wished to do so.

Physical Education (PE) as part of every pupils timetable.

We employ a full-time qualified PE Teacher with a dedicated timetable to the subject.

PE timetabling is carefully planned to ensure pupils are taught by a staff member with skills relevant to the subject.

100% of Woodlands pupils access PE each week. The range in activities ensures that PE caters for all needs and requirements.

The number of staff members who hold sports based qualifications ensures that pupils have access to well-structured, purposeful lessons which maximise physical development and well-being.

Swimming lessons to promote the attainment of a valuable life-skill.

We access the local swimming pool which allows pupils from Woodlands the ability to learn to swim. This also boosts self-confidence and self-esteem.

Swimming supports pupils in many different ways including;

Overcoming a fear of the water.

Learning how to swim independently.

Developing an invaluable life-skill.

Gifted and Talented PE sessions

Pupils who are gifted and talented in PE can have dedicated time each in their area of expertise

1 pupils accessed this initiative in 2017. This pupil accessed extra tuition in golf and went on to represent Lincolnshire. Tis pupil gained employment with the golf club upon leaving school.

Indoor gym

We have refurbished a room to create an indoor gym.

The larger gym space will enable a whole class group to access the facility at one time. This will aid in physical development and promote a healthy lifestyle and well-being. It also improves the schools indoor sports provision.