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Sports Premium Funding

The Government gives each primary school "ring-fenced" money to improve Physical Education within their school.  We expected to receive £8,625 this academic year but were informed during the autumn term that this sum was to be doubled. As a result of this the total funding has not yet been allocated but opportunities are being investigated.  The money will be used to improve sport provision and participation in our school.  Some of this money has been used to provide a designated "Play Leader" at lunchtimes and to purchase equipment to support this role.  This has had a dramatic effect on lunchtimes and over a dry week 100% of pupils are actively engaged using the equipment.

 

The money also enables the school to utilise the services of a qualified coach for P.E. lessons in Years 4, 5 and 6 and to provide free of charge extra-curricular activities for other groups of children.

 

 

2017-18

 

Income

£17250

 

Item

Cost

Description

Sports’Coach

£1,425

Employing specialist PE Teachers/qualified coaches to work alongside teachers in lessons to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in PE - Year 4 - Year 6

Multi-Skills

£1,330

Providing places for pupils in after-school sport clubs - Year R - Year 2

CPD

£450

Employing specialist PE Teachers/qualified coaches to work alongside teachers in lessons to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in PE - Year R - Year 6

Support Staff

£3,040

Providing training and payment for midday supervisors to continue to engage with pupils and lead with playground games at breaks and lunchtimes

BPSSA

£30

Buying into existing local sports networks

PE Co-ordinator

£300

Providing cover staff to release teachers for professional development in PE and Sport

Support Staff

£300

Employing teaching assistants to attend regular sports tournaments, festivals and competitions for pupils of all ages.

Transport

£600

Transport to local sporting events and competitions

Playground development

£4995

Marking playground to encourage games and train children in using them

Marking netball court

£200

Therma- plastic marking of netball court

Orienteering in the school grounds

£1520

Mapping of school site, orienteering plaques, staff training

Active Maths

£495

Subscribe to maths of the day- Active Maths

Hockey

?

Purchase Quicksticks hockey equipment to enable hockey teaching from 7-11

Gym Mats

?

Consider purchase of new gym mats

Cricket coaching

£250

Use of specialist cricket coach in the summer term

Total

14,935

 

 

     
     
  2016-17  
Income £8,625  
Item Cost Description
PPA £1,425 Employing specialist PE Teachers/qualified coaches to work alongisde teachers in lessons to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in PE - Year 4 - Year 6
Multi-Skills £1,330 Providing places for pupils in after-school sport clubs - Year R - Year 2
Sports Week £213 Paying external sports coaches to increase pupils' participation in sports
CPD £625 Employing specialist PE Teachers/qualified coaches to work alongisde teachers in lessons to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in PE - Year R - Year 6
Intra-School Sports £350 Paying external sports coaches to run competitions
Support Staff £3,040 Providing training and payment for midday supervisors to continue to engage with pupils and lead with playground games at breaks and lunchtimes
BPSSA £30 Buying into existing local sports networks
PE Co-ordinator £300 Providing cover staff to release tachers for professional development in PE and Sport
Support Staff £300 Employing teaching assistants to attend regular sports tournaments, festivals and competitions for pupils of all ages.
YMCA £500 Providing outdoor and adventurous activities - Year 4 - Year 6
School Games Programme £2300 Participation in School Games programme and Level 2 competition delivery for cluster festivals Year R - Year 6
  £10,413  

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