Millfields First School works to ensure that all its pupils receive a full-time education which maximises opportunities for each pupil to realise his/her true potential.
The school will strive to provide a welcoming, caring environment, whereby each member of the school community feels valued and safe.
All school staff will work with pupils and their families to ensure each pupil attends school regularly and punctually.
An increase in funding will enable Millfields to make further sustainable improvements and changes to the delivery of the PE curriculum and extra-curricular activities that take place at Millfields First School. These changes will be measured against the five key indicators of improvement:
In the academic year 2017-2018 schools nationally received an increase in Sport Funding to spend on PE and Sport. Due to the funding, we were able to to provide pupils with an extended range of rich and varied PE and sport activities, delivered by high quality trainers and teachers. Children were enthusiastic about PE and their participation continued to increase particularly in after school activity clubs. The funding helped us to ensure that the provision we planned remained sustainable. We were able to provide staff with high quality training development, children with opportunities to experience a number of competitions and festivals as well as the chance for children to work with qualified sports coaches in a variety of new sports.
Using the finding, we continued to buy into and be a part of the ‘All Active Academy’. This provided a range of high quality opportunities and experiences that our children engaged in and we frequently worked with PE teachers from a local middle school, which supported transition for our children.
You can view Millfields First School’s our intended use of sports premium funding or the impact analysis of our sports premium funding for Year 2019-2020 through the following links.