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Sports Premium

Sports and PE at Spennithorne CE Primary School

Sports Premium Statement

The Government is providing funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013/14 and 2014/15 to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to Primary School Headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The sport funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

Eligible schools

Funding for schools will be calculated by the number of primary-aged pupils (between the ages of 5 and 11) as at the annual schools census in January 2013 and January 2014.

Purpose of funding

Schools will have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

Possible uses for the funding include:

·         hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE

·         new or additional Change4Life sport clubs

·         paying for professional development opportunities in PE/sport

·         providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE/sport

·         running sport competitions, or increasing participation in the school games

·         buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE/sport

·         providing places for pupils on after school sport clubs and holiday clubs.

 

Accountability

Schools will be held to account for how they spend the sport funding. Ofsted will strengthen its coverage of sport and PE within the Inspectors Handbook and supporting guidance, so that schools and inspectors know how sport and PE will be assessed in future as part of the schools overall provision offered.

Schools will be required to include details about their sporting provision on their school website, alongside their curriculum details, so parents can compare sports provision between schools, both within and beyond the school day.

Best practice

Schools will be able to draw on information on effective practice taken from case studies provided by the very best schools. One year on, Ofsted will carry out a survey reporting on the first years expenditure and its impact.

Funding period

The sport premium fundi9ng period is unknown.

 

 

Sports Premium : September 2016- July 2017 £8343 (impact statement)

High quality sports coaching

 

£2400 was spent on employing a sports coach to deliver high quality coaching to all children in the school and support intra and inter schools competition. This also encouraged healthy competition for those less able and under privileged children.

 

Transport to and supervision help with sporting events

£1500 was spent on transporting children to and from sporting venues. By doing this we have been able to open up the opportunities for pupil premium children to have the chance that all children deserve. These events also cost £600 as we sourced a provider to organise them for us.

 

Reduced costs access to after schools activities

£1400 was spent on the school funding half the cost of all after schools activities to allow access to different sports for all pupils.

£1475 was spent on swimming costs and pool hire for whole school swimming

  

Sporting days

£372 was spent on organised sporting days at the end of the spring term as a collaboration exercise and to celebrate Sports Relief.

Lunchtime activities

£200 was spent on lunchtime sessions preparing the children for these activities.

 

Playground equipment

Behaviour analysis indicated that many incidents of poor behaviour occurred during lunch times in the KS2 playground. Therefore, the school purchased new playground equipment and organised on a cyclical basis. The school spent £300 to facilitate this.

 

 

Funding for school residential ( outdoor education)

£400 was spent on this

This wide portfolio of equipment has enabled us once again to target our pupil premium children and invite them along to our extra-curricular activities now that we have resources to accommodate all.

Sports day – traditional competitive and multi-skill sports day for the whole school.

 

Sporting specialists

 

We work closely with a local sport teacher at the secondary school to deliver a large cluster sports event during the summer months. This costs £300

 

A total of £7975. was spent from Sept. 2016 to July 2017

 

 

Sports Premium: September 2015-July 2016 (impact statement)

High quality sports coaching

£1,530 was spent on employing a sports coach to deliver high quality coaching to all children in the school and support intra and inter schools competition. This also encouraged healthy competition for those less able and under privileged children.

Transport to and supervision help with sporting events

£1469 was spent on transporting children to and from sporting venues. By doing this we have been able to open up the opportunities for pupil premium children to have the chance that all children deserve. These events also cost £650 as we sourced a provider to organise them for us.

Reduced costs access to after schools activities

£700 was spent on the school funding half the cost of all after schools activities to allow access to different sports for all pupils.

£1176 was spent on swimming costs and pool hire for whole school swimming

Sporting holiday clubs

Letting fees were waived to allow the school to offer holiday sporting clubs for children from our school as well as the surrounding areas giving the community access to physical activities as well as high quality low cost child care during the holiday periods.

Sporting days

£372 was spent on organised sporting days at the end of the spring term as a collaboration exercise and to celebrate Sports Relief.

Lunchtime activities

£135 was spent on lunchtime sessions preparing the children for these activities.

Playground equipment

Behaviour analysis indicated that many incidents of poor behaviour occurred during lunch times in the KS2 playground. Therefore, the school purchased new playground equipment and organised on a cyclical basis. The school spent £1002 to facilitate this.

 New football nets were purchased at a cost of £200.

Funding for school residential ( outdoor education)

£400 was spent on this

Sports storage and equipment

£800 was spent on storage and new sports equipment including  EYFS/KS1 sheds for quick organised access to physical development resources.

This wide portfolio of equipment has enabled us once again to target our pupil premium children and invite them along to our extra-curricular activities now that we have resources to accommodate all.

Sports day – traditional competitive and multi-skill sports day for the whole school.

Sporting specialists

We work closely with a local sport teacher at the secondary school to deliver a large cluster sports event during the summer months.

A total of £6782. was spent from Sept. 2015 to July 2016

 

Sports Premium: September 2014-July 2015

High quality sports coaching

£2,700 was spent on employing a sports coach to deliver high quality coaching to all children in the school and support intra and inter schools competition. This also encouraged healthy competition for those less able and under privileged children.

Transport to and supervision help with sporting events

£695 was spent on transporting children to and from sporting venues. By doing this we have been able to open up the opportunities for pupil premium children to have the chance that all children deserve.

Reduced costs access to after schools activities

£600 was spent on the school funding half the cost of all after schools activities to allow access to different sports for all pupils.

£700 was spent on swimming costs for KS2

Sporting holiday clubs

Letting fees were waived to allow the school to offer holiday sporting clubs for children from our school as well as the surrounding areas giving the community access to physical activities as well as high quality low cost child care during the holiday periods.

Sporting days

£110 was spent on organised sporting days at the end of the term to introduce children to a variety of new sporting activities including rocket ball, yoga and tri golf.

Lunchtime activities

£89 was spent on organising intra school sporting activities for both KS1, KS2 and EYFS and

£280 was spent on lunchtime sessions preparing the children for these activities.

Playground equipment

Behaviour analysis indicated that many incidents of poor behaviour occurred during lunch times in the KS2 playground. Therefore, the school purchased new playground equipment and organised on a cyclical basis. The school spent £559.35 to facilitate this.

Funding for school residential ( outdoor education)

£50 was spent on this

Goals for  KS1 were purchased at a cost of £120

Sports storage and equipment

£800 was spent on storage and new sports equipment including  EYFS/KS1 sheds for quick organised access to physical development resources.

This wide portfolio of equipment has enabled us once again to target our pupil premium children and invite them along to our extra-curricular activities now that we have resources to accommodate all.

Sports day – traditional competitive and multi-skill sports day for the whole school.

£200 was spent on this

Sporting specialists

We work closely with a local sport teacher at the secondary school to deliver a large cluster sports event during the summer months.

A total of £6903.35 was spent from Sept. 2014 to July 2015

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