Schools Impact Study
We pride ourselves on the fact that we do monitor and evaluate the impact of our work with schools and following a recent survey findings indicate that:
Overall service to schools
91.2% of schools said; “Premier Sport offered an outstanding to good overall service to their school.”
Local Area co-ordinators are always on hand to assist schools in planning or delivery of sport. They work with subject leaders and other schools on behalf of the school at no additional cost to the provision.
Area Co-ordinators are encouraged to create strong links to local sports clubs to help children to join community teams and competition.
Adding value to curriculum
Over 85% of schools said; “Premier Sport add outstanding or good value to the PE curriculum.”
All instructors undergo bespoke curriculum awareness training with a former County Head before working within school environments, and have ongoing professional development and training thereafter. They know how to build effective relationships with class teachers, allowing them to plan relevant, fun and engaging lessons.
85.7% of schools said; “Premier Sport were outstanding or good at ensuring children achieve and learn during their lessons.”
A partnership with Premier Sport provides children with outside mentors that deliver innovative, educational lessons. An important issue for many children and Head teachers have in the past commented on the importance for individual pupils.
84.8% of schools said; ”Premier Sport were outstanding or good at quality assuring provision.”
Being the first QiSS recognised organisation of our kind, Premier boast a second to none internal Quality Assured (QA) provision with instructors being assessed every term and annually verified. Local Area Co-ordinators also liaise with Schools on a termly basis to QA the provision.
Improve lunch-time behaviour
Over 71% of schools said; “Premier Sport lunchtime clubs had a hugely positive impact on improving behaviour at lunchtime.”
Structured play times including skills, games and competition keep children active and engaged. Such clubs also help improve social skills and engage children who may find it difficult to make friends at play time.
80% of schools said; “Premier Sport before school clubs helped to improve children’s attendance at school.”
Pre-school clubs provide the perfect start to the day for pupils. These Children are keen to arrive early to participate with friends, which not only ensures they are at school on time – but wide awake and alert to learn in the classroom.