Menu
Home Page
Home Page

Sports Premium Statement

What is the ‘Sports Premium’?

 

In April 2013 the Government announced new funding of £150 million for Physical Education (PE) and Sport – often referred to as a ‘Sport Premium’. This funding is to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision.

 

When asked about the 'Sport Premium' at its launch, Lord Coe reflected: ‘When I stood up in Singapore in 2005, I spoke of London's vision to connect young people with the inspirational power of the Games so they are inspired to choose sport. By focussing on primary schools, we have the opportunity to use sport and physical activity to shape the daily lives of young people. I know from my own experience what an impact teachers and their engagement can have on the lives of young people.’ (Lord Coe) 

 

 

 

Use of Sport’s Premium September 2016 – July 2017

 

We will receive funding for this year of £8,910. Projected costings may vary due to the availability of coaches and changing needs of certain year groups.

 

This year we are focusing on: 

- Offering additional clubs to each year group, over the year we will give increased opportunity for children to participate in the sports and offer a wider variety of sports through the School Sports Network.  

 

- We will take part in more competitions across a larger number of sports, giving more children the opportunity to experience competition in sports. 

 

Purchase of a whole school curriculum will ensure that there is continuity of teaching and coverage, allowing teachers to develop the children's skills to a greater depth than previously

 

 

Area of Focus

Action  

Impact

Next Steps

    Cost         

1. Provide a wider range of extra-curricular sporting opportunities to be available for all pupils to participate in competitive and non-competitive physical activity.

 

Explore opportunities to provide clubs before, during and after the school day.

 

 Arrange for two additional clubs to run through every term.

 

Preferred activities will include:

 

YR    - Mini-athletics

Y3-6 - Athletics

Y1-3 - Multi-sports

Y4-6 - Racket Sports

 

All pupils are enabled to:

 

improve their physical and   mental fitness;

develop their physical co-ordination;

enjoy participating in competitive and non-competitive sports.

Explore possibilities for new activities such as Zumba Kids and Jolly

Hockey Tots

 

£4,080

2. Improve the quality of teaching of PE to enhance the learning opportunities for all pupils.

 

Provide teaching staff with relevant training opportunities.

 

The PE Lead and other members of staff to take part in training offered through SSN e.g. 'Engaging the less active' and 'Dance in Primary Schools'.

 

Training outcomes are cascaded  to colleagues through staff meetings and twilight sessions.

 

Teachers' confidence and expertise has increased and are therefore able to provide a higher quality of learning opportunities for pupils.

 

 

Explore ways to increase the use of the school field during play times throughout the year. 

 

Consider the use of Welly Stores in all classes.

 

Explore training opportunities for staff in Dance to broaden and develop teachers' subject knowledge.

£2,050

 

 

 

£300

 

 

3. Provide the resources necessary to broaden the range of external sports activities such as competitions, festivals, Network Days etc.

 

The PE Lead and other members of staff attend SSN Network Days.

Pupils participate in the following competitions:

Tag Rugby;

Girls' Football;

Y2 - Feet First Dance Festival;

Y5/6 - Swimming Gala.

Teachers' subject knowledge is developed and broadened.

 

Pupils are enabled to engage with confidence in competitive sports activites. 

Explore possibilities to attend a wider range of competitive sports activities and festivals.

£1,000

4. Provide new sports kits and equipment.

 

 

Purchase new Archery equipment.

Pupils in Y1 and Y2 were enabled to participate in a new, unfamiliar sport.

 

Pupils were able to acquire new skills and enjoy doing so.

Look to provide more archery equipment so that more pupils can participate.

£480
5. Agree terms to run a term's trial with Project Touchline. HT, RE/Worship and PE Leads to agree terms of a trial programme for Y1 and Y4 pupils during the summer term.  Pupils in Y1 and Y4 begin to understand how our Core Values can apply when engaging with others during sports activities. 

Evaluate the trial programme.

 

Explore the possible expansion of Project Touchline across the school during 2017/18.

£1,000

                                       Total for projected costs:

£8,910
 
Top