Sports Premium

In March 2013 the government announced that it was to provide additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools in England – The Primary PE & Sport Premium.  This funding was extended to include the academic years 2015 to 2016 and 2016 to 2017.  For 2017/18, the funding has been doubled.  All schools are required to report on their use of the Sports Premium and its impact on the provision of PE and sport in the school.

2017/18

 

School Overview

Total number of pupils on roll

(Y1 - 6)

180
Funding per pupil £10
Lump Sum £16,000
Total amount of Sports Premium received 2016/17 £17,800

 

Planned Use of Sports Premium

Our plans for the use of the Sports Premium in 2017/18 are held in this document:

2017/18 Evidencing the Impact

 

2016/17

 

School Overview

Total number of pupils on roll

(Y1 - 6)

 182

Funding per pupil

 £5

Lump Sum

 £8,000

Total amount of Sports Premium received 2016/17

 £8,910

Use and Impact of Sport Premium

Provision/Actions Outcomes & Impact

Engagement off all pupils in Regular Physical Activity:

  • Provision of lunchtime, coach led sports activities.
  • Provision of lunchtime Dance Club.
  • Provision of after-school coach led sports clubs.

High take up of lunchtime-activities ensured more pupils were engaged in structured physical activity during lunch breaks.

Dance club and ASCs were all oversubscribed, indicating a high level of enthusiasm and engagement by pupils.

The profile of PE and Sports being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement:

  • Establishing a School Games Committee.
  • Progress towards school Games Silver/Gold Award.
  • Hold whole school sports theme days. 
  • Activities to mark National School Sports Week - 26.6.17.

The School Games Committee has been successfully established with representatives from all KS1/2 cohorts.  Pupils are able to share their views and ideas on sports and physical activity in school.

The standards of the school games bronze award have been sustained and good progress made towards Silver - this will be target for next year.

All pupils had opportunities to participate in themed days and school sports week activities, raising their enthusiasm for physical activity, awareness of health needs and access to a wider range of sports.

Increasing confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport:

  • Training for PE subject leader to enhance whole school curriculum knowledge.
  • Regular leadership time for PE subject leader to allow monitoring, policy development, coaching of staff.
  • Regular liaison with sports coaches by PE subject leader to ensure provision meets whole school expectations.
  • Subscription to online dance resource.
  • Provision of training to enhance staff skills and confidence.

PE subject leader has an enhanced knowledge of current developments and expectations in Primary PE through training and consultation with Sports Coaches.

Teaching of dance has been enhanced by high quality resources provided through the online resource.

 

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils:

  • Introduce teaching of Golf and Archery.
  • Multi-Sports and Frisbee after-school clubs.

 

 

Increased participation in competitive sport:

  • Funding of transport and support from Sports coaches to allow increased pupil attendance at sports competitions.

Pupils from all cohorts were able to participate in a range of interschool events and competitions

2015/16

 

School Overview

Total number of pupils on roll

(Y1 - 6)

 171

Funding per pupil

 £5 

Lump Sum

 £8,000 

Total amount of Sports Premium received 2016/17

 £8,855 

Use and Impact of Sports Premium

 

Provision/Actions Outcomes & Impact

Engagement off all pupils in Regular Physical Activity:

  •  After-school sports clubs run by coaches across the academic year fro Y1 - 6.
  • Staff led lunchtime and after school sports clubs run across the academic year for R - Y6.

All clubs were over-subscribed, indicating enthusiasm for participation.

Pupil voice surveys indicated that pupils found the clubs enjoyable and learnt new skills.

 

The profile of PE and Sports being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement:

  • Whole School Health Week June 2016.
  • Achievement of School Games Bronze Award.
  • Hold whole school sports theme days.
  • Participation in the Help for Heroes Hattrick event.

Greater pupil awareness of the dangers of obesity, smoking and other such activities that undermine their health.

Achievement of School Games Bronze Award.

Successful whole school participation in Sports Relief Mile.

School won the Help for Heroes Hattrick event.

Increasing confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport:

  • Staff training in dance and gymnastics.

 

Lesson monitoring and staff feedback indicates that the quality of provision for dance and gymnastics has improved.

Pupils are developing a wider range of skills for dance and gymnastics.

Pupils enthusiastically participated in lunchtime and after-school clubs for dance and gymnastics.

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils:

  • Handball lessons and after-school club.
  • Paralympic sports theme day gave children opportunity to participate in wheel chair events, including basketball, and volleyball

Pupils in KS2 had the opportunity to participate in new sports.

Children's awareness of disability sports was raised and they demonstrated enthusiasm for the Paralympics.

Increased participation in competitive sport:

  • Support from Sports coaches at interschool sports competition.

Pupils attended a range of sports events from Y1 - 6.

Successful results at a number of the above events.

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