How we spend our funding
Hallow School should receive funding of £17,690 for 2017-18 and the following amounts have been committed to PE spending during this academic year:
- £6,500- Employing professional sports coaches to enhance our PE provision and co-ordinate a range of after-school activities, which have included multi-sports, football, basketball, hockey and tennis. This is also providing CPD opportunities for staff who are learning new skills.
- £1,200 - Membership of The Chantry Sports Pyramid, giving access to PE training for teachers as well as inter-school competitions, fixtures and events. Also providing transport for pupils to attend events during the school day.
- £1,000 - Further subsidising of transport costs for the children to attend various sports festivals and fitness activities throughout the year.
- £3,000 - Updating PE resources and buying new netball posts.
- £750 – skipping workshop for the whole school to motivate and inspire children to participate in sport. Resources bought and clubs have been formed as a result of this and tracking progress is being undertaken.
- £300 – membership to Youth Sport.
- £120 – The whole school were involved in a day where wellbeing was explored through yoga and mindfulness.
- £1,000 – Kits for children to wear at key sporting cluster events and kits for football and netball teams.
- £300 – Jumpin Jaxx training for the older pupils in school to plan and teach the younger children.
- £350 - Staff CPD and training from a dance specialist.
- £400 - Audit of PE equipment and associated upgrades.
- £125 - PE Conference fee for our PE Co-ordinator.
- £300 – Year 2 additional swimming lessons to enable children to be confident in the water ready for Year 3 swimming sessions – transport and cost of hire of the pool and lessons for the children.
- £600 – Chance to Shine – cricket workshop for the children.
- £540 – Sports Star Coach – wheelchair basketball experience.
- £295 – Swimming training course.
Our School, The Chantry Cluster & Worcestershire West Sports Partnership
Hallow has always understood the importance of PE and sport and we strive to ensure that our pupils experience a wide range of curricular and extra-curricular activities.
Every child in our school is involved in competitive sports as part of PE lessons, extra-curricular clubs and activities, cluster tournaments and other team sporting events that take place throughout the school year. We work alongside Worcestershire West Sports Partnership so that our children are given the opportunity to compete at a district level.
Hallow School is an important part of The Chantry Cluster and we attend sporting events throughout the year.
Our cluster of schools has a very clear vision for PE and sport which involves increasing the opportunities for competitive sports for ALL pupils.
School Games Mark GOLD
We have achieved the School Games Mark GOLD award!