Sports Premium Grant


Schools are allocated a sum of money, called the Primary PE and Sport Funding to support all children and improve the quantity, quality and breadth of PE and sport provision. The allocation is calculated according to the intake of the school, and the school must decide how best to use the money to improve the breadth and quality of PE and sport provision, including increased participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles  and reach the performance levels they are capable of.

 

The Impact of our Primary PE and Sport Premium

Academic Year:2016-17

Total fund Allocated: £8215

Primary PE and sport premium key outcome indicator

School focus/Planned

Impact on pupils

Actions to Achieve

Planned funding

Actual funding

Evidence

Actual impact (following review) on pupils

Sustainability/next steps

1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active lifestyles

 

Support and involve the least active children by targeting groups

Lunchtime impact groups for those who have not signed up for extra-curricular sport activities voluntarily.

£2850

 

 

 

 

2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Daily running leading to improved focus and concentration in class as well as increased physical fitness in the children and staff.

Running track built and used daily by all, building up challenges.

£2500

 

 

 

 

3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skill of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers.

Provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively

Meet with AFC.

£1900

 

 

 

 

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

Introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up
Dodgeball
Handball
Boccia
YOGA

Through sports taught by AFC; Draw up a long term plan

See 1 & 3

 

 

 

 

5. Increased participation in competitive sport

Run sport competitions.

Run sports activities with other schools.

 

Organise with AFC

£100

 

 

 

 

 

Academic Year:2015-16

Total fund Allocated: £8140

Primary PE and sport premium key outcome indicator

School focus/Planned

Impact on pupils

Actions to Achieve

Funding

Impact on pupils

1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active lifestyles

Include non-competitive sports to encourage a wider range of pupils to participate

Dance/Aikido lessons

 

£620

Participation of children who do not choose to participate in extra sport provision

2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Support and involve the least active children by extending school sports clubs

Provide a free, planned, comprehensive series of after-school sports provision throughout the year for all ages in a range of sports.

£1100

75% of pupils took advantage of the free classes

3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skill of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers

Provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively

Teachers working alongside qualified sports coaches in order to develop skills in teaching P.E.

£1473

Increased subject knowledge transferred into better quality P.E. lessons

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

Introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport

Lifesaving lessons; climbing wall;

Basket ball provision

£3624

 

Wider take up of regular physical activity through pupils’ ideas and interests being acted upon

5. Increased participation in competitive sport

Run sports activities with other schools

 

Preston School sports membership; tennis

 

£375

 

 

 

Teamwork; cohesion

 

 

Our indicative Primary PE and Sport Funding for 2014/15 was £8000 plus £5 per pupil.

At Inskip St Peter’s Primary School we decided to use this money to:

  • Employ specialist teachers or qualified coaches to work alongside teachers in lessons to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in PE.
  • Develop teacher/teaching assistant confidence in the teaching of the PE curriculum through CPD training courses.
  • Develop the use of ICT in curriculum PE
  • Provide tennis coaching for all children in Key stages 1 and 2
  • Provide trampolining lessons for all children in Key stages 1 and 2
  • Provide cycling training for all children in Key stages 1 and 2
  • Provide gymnastic lessons for all children in Key stages 1 and 2
  • Pay for transport, pool hire and instruction to pr  ovide swimming lessons for all children in Key stages 1 and 2, giving KS2 the opportunity to qualify as ‘Rookie Lifeguards’ at Bronze level.
  • Provide table tennis lessons for Key stage 2 children
  • Provide dance lessons for all children in Key stages 1 and 2, leading to performances with a local High School
  • Provide extra-curricular opportunities for children to take part in tennis, table tennis, akido and dance lessons
  • Provide cross-curricular opportunities including PE through maths
  • Provide support where to increase access to the activities offered.
  • Widening the opportunities for children to take part in o ut of school sport clubs.

Targets for 2014-15

  • Provide training for midday supervisors to introduce playground games at breaks and lunchtimes.
  • Encourage every child to find a sport which they enjoy and will take part in regularly
  • To increase the confidence of all teaching staff when teaching PE to ensure consistence and quality
  • All pupils can swim at least 25m by the end of KS2. All Key stage 1 children are confident to swim a distance unaided.

Impact measures:

  • An increase in the number of pupils taking part in after school sport, aiming for 80% participation in some form of after school sport.
  • An increase in participation rates in out of school sporting activities
  • Growth in the range of traditional and alternative sporting activities
  • links with other subjects that contribute to pupils’ overall achievement and their greater social, spiritual, moral and cultural skills
  • Quality of overall provision to improve so that all teaching in this area is at least 'Good' or better.
  • Feedback from pupils at the end of the school year