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Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school

Outstanding OFSTED Inspection June 2015

The inspectors said that “Parents are delighted by the progress their children make and how they grow in confidence and self-esteem”.                                    

The report is now available for you to read by clicking here.

Primary Sport Premium Grant

2014-15

 

This money is provided to all schools with Primary age pupils.

It is to be used by schools to enhance their provision for PE.

 

At The Forest School it is used:

  • To give pupils opportunities to participate in a broader range of activities within PE and School Sport and especially in areas that they would not otherwise experience.
  • To promote a love of sport and physical activity.

 

 

Grant received 2013/14:   £8,215

 

Project carried out

Objective

Impact

Membership of North Yorkshire Special Schools Sports Partnership.

 

To support the development of a sustainable sports provision across North Yorkshire Special schools.

Our pupils benefit from specialist teachers and access to new sporting activities.

Sports training for staff including Rebound and Balancability therapy.

Midas training to support transport to sporting fixtures.

To develop the skills of our staff, enabling them to provide a wider PE curriculum and programme of activities for our pupils.

 

Pupils can now benefit from a wider range of sporting activities.

The running of an ‘After School PE club’.

 

 

 

 

To allow our pupils to participate in sporting activities after school. Many of our pupils cannot access mainstream sports and this is their only opportunity to become involved in a range of sports.

In addition to sports participation, the after school PE club has supported our pupils in developing communication and interaction skills.

Additional teaching resources. This year it included the purchase of new bicycles and cycling safety equipment.

To enhance the provision of PE across the school.

Our pupils can now benefit from a wider range of sporting activities.

Some pupils learned to ride a bike for the first time.

Provision of skating sessions and travel to sporting activities including dance classes.

To provide access to a wider range of sporting activities for our pupils.

Pupils have learned new skills and have improved self-confidence.

Hire of Harrogate Gymnastics club.

 

 

 

Hire of cycling specialist for ‘Tour de Forest’

To provide access to a wider range of sporting activities for our pupils and to develop the knowledge, skill and understanding of our staff.

Pupils increased their awareness of the Tour de France and of the opportunities to participate in a range of activities across the region.

Purchase of ‘Team Forest’ Hoodies to wear at sporting competitions.

To promote participation and enthusiasm for sporting events and a team spirit and ethic.

Pupils feel part of a team and are encouraged to take part in sporting activities.

 

 

 

Primary Sport Premium Grant

2014-15

 

Grant expected 2014/15:   £8,230

 

Planned projects

Objective

Intended outcome

Membership of North Yorkshire Special Schools Sports Partnership.

 

To support the development of a sustainable sports provision across North Yorkshire Special schools.

Our pupils will benefit from specialist teachers and access to new sporting activities.

Sports training for staff

To develop the skills of our staff, enabling them to provide a wider PE curriculum and programme of activities for our pupils.

 

 

Our pupils will benefit from a wider range of sporting activities.

The running of an ‘After School PE club’.

To allow our pupils to participate in sporting activities after school. Many of our pupils cannot access mainstream sports and this is their only opportunity to become involved in a range of sports.

In addition to sports participation, the after school PE club has supported our pupils in developing communication and interaction skills.