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Sports Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

The Government is making available to all schools a sum of money annually to allow them to continue to develop sports provision within school and to help schools increase pupil participation in sporting activities.

We recognise the contribution of PE to the health and wellbeing of our children. We also acknowledge that a broad, balanced, high quality curriculum and extra-curricular activities have a positive impact on concentration, attitude and achievement.

This money presently equates to £16000 per school per year plus an additional £10 per child.

 

Below is our action plan for 2017-2018 which shows how the sports premium is being spent in our school.

Key Development priorities for Sport 2017-2018

Actions

Intended impact and sustainable outcomes

Evidence

Costs

Developing confidence and skills of teachers in delivering high quality PE.

Organising a mentor/coach to work alongside teachers and support staff.

School partnership coach in school 3 afternoons per week planning and team teaching alongside teachers and support staff. Linking plans to festivals and competitions.

Teachers have increased expertise in teaching PE and participate directly in competitions and Sports partnership festivals.

Children have improved standards and are better skilled.

Attainment and progress is raised.

Enjoyment and participation is raised.

SLT and subject leader to observe PE being taught by staff.

3 pm’s per week £180

x 38 weeks

= £6840

Monitoring and assessing impact of P.E. and sport.

PE subject leader to observe and discuss quality of provision, progression and impact.

Staff feel more confident to teach P.E.

Standard of teaching good/outstanding.

Improvement in children’s attainment and progress.

Evaluation and impact from monitoring and assessment.

1 am per week £70

x 38 weeks

= £2660

Improving resources for delivering all P.E. and sport throughout the school.

Subject leader to audit resources and purchase any new equipment.

Organise equipment storage.

Appropriate resources for teaching all areas of curriculum are correctly stored and readily available for all staff.

Extended options for children.

Higher level of teaching and learning.

 

 

£1000

To provide extra curricula inter-school sports competitions with local schools

 

 

 

 

 

Gipping Valley Silver Sports Award

£500

Sports Coach/teacher

£500

 

Staff confidence audit.

 

 

CPD to ‘fill gaps and extend knowledge of all teaching staff.’

 

Dance, gymnastics and other specialisms.

 

Teachers feel more confident to teach a variety of sports.

£300

Embedding ethos of clubs for sport and active lives.

Training available for parents and staff interested in committing to leading clubs.

Assisted places for children.

Clubs and extracurricular activities are thriving and accessible to all.

More clubs offered each term.

Increased number of children taking part in sport each week.

Parents contribute to cost of club – no cost to school

 

Swimming teacher

Teachers booked for 2nd half Summer Term.

Children able to have at least 3 swimming sessions per week in 2nd part of Summer term

Increased confidence and water skills.

Most children leaving school as confident swimmers.

£1600

Gipping Valley sports teachers.

Weekly clubs taught by sports teacher for KS1/2 children.

Skills taught by specialist sports tutor.

Increased attainment and progress shown.

A more varied sports curriculum...

Dance teacher – Summer term

£450

 

Lunchtime Sports Champion

Sports Champion each lunchtime.

To encourage children to learn and play games. To use play equipment safely for recreation.

Children’s playtimes improved.

Children involved in more P.E

Mike Philips x 3 lunchtimes

Stuart Green x2 lunchtimes

£3000

 

 

Large Outdoor Gym-trail

 

 

To be positioned on the school field. Appropriate for all year groups to use during playtimes

To extend physical skills – jumping, climbing, balancing etc.

Increased number of children extending physical skills each day.

£1,000

Cost to be shared with PTA

Below is the actual spend for the academic year 2015-16:

Key Development priorities for Sport 2015-2016

Actions

Impact

Evidence

Costs

Developing confidence and skills of teachers in delivering high quality PE enabling school to take part in school to school events.

School partnership coach in school 1and half days per week planning and team teaching. Linking plans to festivals and competitions.

Teachers will have skills to actively promote and deliver PE through to Y6 and participate directly in competitions and Sports partnership festivals.

Attainment and progress is raised.

Enjoyment and participation is raised.

SLT and subject leader to observe PE being taught by staff.

£1225 per term

Monitoring and assessing impact of P.E. and sport.

PE subject leader to observe and discuss quality of provision, progression and impact.

Staff feel more confident to teach P.E.

Standard of teaching good/outstanding.

Improvement in children’s attainment and progress.

Evaluation and impact from monitoring and assessment.

Cost of supply cover £200 per day x3=£600

Improving resources for delivering all P.E. and sport throughout the school.

Subject leader to audit resources and purchase any new equipment.

Organise equipment storage.

Appropriate resources for teaching all areas of curriculum are correctly stored and readily available for all staff.

Extended options for children.

Higher level of teaching and learning.

 

1 day

£200

Staff confidence audit.

 

 

CPD to ‘fill gaps and extend knowledge of all teaching staff.’

Dance, gymnastics and other specialisms.

 

Teachers feel more confident to teach a variety of sports.

Dance training

2 days £300

Embedding ethos of clubs for sport and active lives.

Training available for parents and staff interested in committing to leading clubs.

Assisted places for children.

Clubs and extracurricular activities are thriving and accessible to all.

More clubs offered each term.

Increased number of children taking part in sport each week.

 

£300

Dance teacher

Weekly sessions for 2 classes.

Teachers able to assess and observe children while assisting with teaching.

PE attainment and enjoyment increased.

£45 x 12

= £540

Swimming teachers

Teachers booked for Summer Term.

Children able to have at least 3 swimming sessions per week in 2nd part of Summer term

Increased confidence and water skills.

Most children leaving school as confident swimmers.

 

£1600

(Summer Term)

Gipping Valley sports teachers.

Weekly lessons and clubs taught by sports teacher for KS2 children.

Skills taught by specialist sports tutor.

Increased attainment and progress shown.

A more varied sports curriculum.

 

£1225

per term

MDSA Play leader

Playleader each lunchtime.

To encourage children to learn and play games. To use play equipment safely for recreation.

Children’s playtimes improved.

Children involved in more P.E

 

£2354

Total = £13444

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