Sports Premium Funding 2017-2018

Sports Premium Funding 2017-2018

All about Sports Premium

The Government provide additional funding of £150 million per annum to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding in order to improve the provision of physical education and sport in primary schools. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to schools to be spent on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

This funding can only be spent on provision for PE and sport in schools and is closely monitored. The schools will be held accountable for how the additional funding is used to support pupil progress and participation in PE and school sport. As a school we are required to publish on-line information about how we have used the additional funding, including details about our sporting provision alongside curriculum details.

This will ensure that parents/carers and others are made fully aware of:

 

·  PE and sporting provision at Clyst Heath School

·  Overview of how the Sports Premium Grant (SPG) is spent
The total amount of Sports Premium Grant received at Clyst Heath amounts to £9,100.

Summary of Sports Premium 2017/18 Objectives in spending SPG:

·  To continue to improve the skills and confidence of teaching staff when teaching PE, with a focus on new staff.

·  To raise attainment, progress and engagement for all groups of children when taking part in PE.

·  To increase pupil participation rates in a range of sports and physical activity both within and beyond

the school day.

·  To promote and develop the understanding of long life learning and a positive attitude towards adopting a healthy lifestyle.

·  To provide and increase success of opportunities for pupils to participate in competitive sports including inter and intra school festivals.

·  To identify the need and enrich the provision for those pupils identified as needing specific guidance in sport

Sports Premium Funding 2016-2017

All about Sports Premium

The Government provide additional funding of £150 million per annum to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding in order to improve the provision of physical education and sport in primary schools. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to schools to be spent on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

This funding can only be spent on provision for PE and sport in schools and is closely monitored. The schools will be held accountable for how the additional funding is used to support pupil progress and participation in PE and school sport. As a school we are required to publish on-line information about how we have used the additional funding, including details about our sporting provision alongside curriculum details.

This will ensure that parents/carers and others are made fully aware of:

  •   PE and sporting provision at Clyst Heath School

  •   Overview of how the Sports Premium Grant (SPG) is spent
    The total amount of Sports Premium Grant received at Clyst Heath amounts to £9,100.

    Summary of Sports Premium 2016/17 Objectives in spending SPG:

  •   To improve the skills and confidence of teaching staff when teaching PE.

  •   To raise attainment and progress for all groups of children when taking part in PE.

  •   To increase pupil participation rates in sports and physical activity both within and beyond

    the school day.

  •   To promote long life learning and a positive attitude towards adopting a healthy lifestyle.

  •   To provide opportunities for pupils to participate in competitive sports including inter and intra school festivals.

  •   To enrich the provision for those pupils identified as needing specific guidance in sport.

    Summary of spending and actions taken for 2016/17 academic year:

  •   The school is now working closely with partner schools and ensuring that teaching expertise is being deployed effectively and used to support the development of P.E for all children at Clyst Heath.

  •   Access to an Enrichment programme for identified children in Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children is in place.

  •   Subsidising of after school curricular clubs where finance allows, linked to need

  •   Increase levels of participation in a range of competitions and festivals at both local and county level.

  •   Training for Year 5 and 6 children as Sports Leaders to encourage and develop Active

    Playtimes for all children across the school

  •   Active Playtime Training for Meal Time Assistants

  •   Subject leader support through networking and courses

  •   Access to training and network groups for all other members of staff

    The SPG has also been used to;

  •   Provide transports to and from sports competitions

  •   Improve equipment and storage

A range of extra-curricular physical activities are being run across the academic year. We are aiming for physical activity sessions to be available at least twice a week thus extending the opportunity for all pupils to choose and participate beyond the two hours provided in the school week.

Across the three terms they include:

  •   Football for both Key Stages

  •   Multi-sports Club for both Key Stages

  •   Gymnastics for both Key Stages

  •   Athletics for both Key Stages

  •   Tennis for Key Stage 1

  •   Dance & Zumba Clubs for Key Stage 2

  •   Archery for Key Stage 2

  •   Cricket for Key Stage 2

  •   Running for Key Stage 2

  •   Fencing for Key Stage 1

    Outcomes to date:

  • Improved staff confidence and skill in planning and teaching PE

  • An analysis of Sport and Physical activity shows that all pupils access at least two hours of quality PE teaching in week.

  • All pupils participate in at least 1 session of Wake and Shake a day.

  • Key Stage 2 pupils from Years 3 and 4 access set of six weekly swimming lessons in the

    Spring Term and are joined by any non-swimmers/reluctant swimmers from Years 5 and 6

  • Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils have the opportunity to participate in at least one sporting event/festival in any one year, competing against pupils from other schools.

  •   Identified Key Stage 1 pupils attend a programme of sports enrichment.

  •   Identified Key Stage 2 pupils attend a programme of sports enrichment.

    The range of competitions and events attended by children from Clyst Heath include:

  •   Cross Country

  •   Hockey

  •   Cricket

  •   Netball

  •   Rounders

  •   Handball

  •   Rugby

  •   Multi-Sports Festival

    Continue to

  •   Increase opportunities for intra and inter school competition
  •   Improve standards of pupil’s skills in invasion games across the school
  •   Continue to improve the quality of teaching at both key stages
  •   Develop current systems for assessment that reflect high quality teaching and  
  •   learning andevidence good progress 

Sports Premium Funding 2015-2016

School Sports Premium Funding 2015/16

The government is providing additional funding of £150 million until 2020 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

Purpose of funding

Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this. Mrs Sam Collett is the budget holder on behalf of the Headteacher.

Uses for the funding so far  include:

  • hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work with primary teachers when teaching PE
  • supporting and engaging  the least active children through Change4Life clubs
  • paying for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport
  • providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE and sport
  • running sport competitions, or increasing pupils’ participation in the School Games
  • buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE and sport
  • providing places for pupils on after school sports clubs and holiday clubs
  • pooling the additional funding with that of other local schools

 

We have allocated the funding in the following ways:

Purpose

How will it be delivered

Cost per session

Total Cost

Employ specialist teachers/coaches to work alongside teachers in lessons to increase subject knowledge and confidence in PE

Via St Luke’s Sports Partnership (Matt Upston), Andy Bayliss (mini rugby and Chance to Shine cricket), Danny from Sporty Stars(Level 3 coach)

Included in partnership costs

 

n/a

 

 

Buy into St Luke’s School sports partnership and Community sports coaching initiatives to increase pupils’ participation in national school games competitions

 

Transport to festivals/tournaments run by St Lukes

St. Luke’s High School

 

 

 

Chance to Shine cricket initiative

Mini Rugby

 

 

 

Coaches

£2000 per annum

 

 

 

£2000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£500

Provide places for pupils in after school sports clubs/ Employ coaches to provide weekly after school sport on site

Sporty stars – Running/circuit training (Thurs), Gymnastics

£40 x 16

£40 x 35

£640

£1400

Provide training for MTAs

 

Funfit training to target less active/ physically able children plus funfit mats

St Luke’s – 1 x MTA training

 

TAs target small groups

Included in partnership costs

 

 

 

£200

£200

Supporting and engaging the least active children through Change4Life clubs

Sporty Stars Tues pm

Included above

 

Additional resources needed to support quality teaching

 

 

£539.46

Sports Premium Funding 2014-15

The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum until 2020 to improve provision of PE and sport in primary schools. This equates to nearly £9000 per year for our school.

 

So far we have allocated the funding for 2014/15 in the following ways:

  • Employed specialist teachers/coaches to work alongside teachers in lessons to increase subject knowledge and confidence in teaching PE – tennis, gymnastics, athletics, dance, Early years physical skills, Upper KS2 Games/competitive sports
  • Increased participation in sport for children of all abilities, including gifted and talented and less able/pupil premium groups - bought into St Luke’s School sports partnership and Community sports coaching initiatives(including Exeter tennis centre); provided transport to festivals/tournaments run by our Local Learning Community; provided places for pupils in free after school sports clubs (martial arts, fitness, Zumba)
  • Provided training for MTAs to improve activity levels at lunchtimes
  • Developed young sports leaders in Key Stage 2
  • Funded pool hire and coaches for swimming lessons for pupils Years 3-6
  • Supporting and engaging the least active children through Change4Life clubs and festival
  • Provided additional resources needed to support quality teaching

 

All of these initiatives have been very popular and successful, and physical activity across the school is at an all time high! 


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