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Sport premium

 

The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for schools to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – has been allocated to primary school head teachers.

 

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 schools have been given the freedom to choose how they do this. A list of possible uses has been suggested.

Bridgewater school has decided to use the money to:

• Continue to employ our specialist PE teacher.
• support and engage the least active children in physical activities
• ensure the continuation of high pupils participation in the sports and physical activities
• provide places for pupils on after school sports clubs
• improve resources to a support the development of the subject

 

The impact of the use of the grant will be reviewed at the end each year as part of our school self-evaluation. We will consider how well we use our Sport Premium to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sporting provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.

To measure the impact we will look at progress in PE as well as other areas of development such as self-esteem, confidence and the numbers of pupils involved in sporting activities in and out of school. We will also evaluate the impact of professional development opportunities in improving teaching and learning in PE.

 

 

Sports Funding Action Plan 2016/17

    

Subject: PE - Sports Premium

2016/17 - £7,600

P.E Subject Leader : Andrea Bettridge (AB)

Link Governor – Leon Roberts(LR)

Long term plan

To ensure that the funding is spent in a way that is sustainable and that all children benefit regardless of sporting ability. Ensure staff are well trained and there is continued professional development.  Resources are purchased with the idea that they will be used effectively for many years. Pupils across the school feel confident, enjoy their PE lessons, have access to a wide variety of opportunities and can build on their skills. Provide more opportunities for cross curricular clubs and intra / inter school competition. Actively encourage all children to be active on a daily basis.

Priorities 2016 – 2017 (1 year timescale)

1) To maintain the amount and range of cross curricular activities provided at school.

2) To give as many children as possible experience of competing in inter-school competitions  by continuing the membership of Dacorum School Sport Network and to increase and/ or sustain participation in intra-school competition for all year groups.

3) To invite sports providers into the school to inspire our children and thus strengthen links with other community sports providers – encouraging pupils to join out of school sports clubs.

Target / Action

Monitoring/ evidence

Intended impact

Cost

To give as many children

as possible experience of

competing in interschool

competitions

AB to meet with Sports coaches and staff willing to help  to discuss upcoming competitions and fixtures and liaise with PE admin for the organising of inter-school competitions.

More children across both KEY stages enter inter-school competitions across a range of sports (e.g. Netball, Tag Rugby, football, Tri Golf, Tennis)

DSSN Membership £1,030

Provide a wide range of lunch time and after school clubs available to children

a variety of sports offered as extra-curricular across KS1 & KS2 to provide opportunities for all children to participate. All pupils take part in at least one activity.

To offer a broad range of sporting opportunities and experiences to all children, to inspire them to take up sports

and be better athletes.

£3,900

£200 (tri golf equipment)

Offer subsidised or free after school club places to any identified children where required. Many clubs are provided by the school FOC.

Monitor take up of clubs (gender, SEN, Pupil Premium, vulnerable, EAL)

All pupils have equal access to clubs and activities

£200

To maintain the school minibus

Minibus is insured, serviced etc and in good working order to transport pupils to matches/ sports events.

All pupils are able to participate in matches and events regardless of parent help.

£1000

         

 

 

Sports Grant 2015-16 £8,443

 

Sports Premium Action Plan 2013- 2016                                              Summary of Grant spending 2013-16

Objective

To effectively use the Sports Grant to raise the profile and outcomes for children in PE, Sport and physical activity across school

Key Development priorities

 Actions

Budget

Impact and sustainable

outcomes

Evidence

1. To ensure high quality PE teaching and learning throughout whole school by retaining our specialist PE teacher and to then plan for replacement 2016.

Retain PE Subject Leader- to improve and maintain high quality PE throughout school,Release time for teachers  to observe specialist teacher

Staff to attend CPD to develop skills and confidence.

Investigate Coaches teachers to come in to teach PE lessons t2016 onwards

 £1200+ per year

High standards in PE

lessons

other staff confident to teach

range of PE

All lessons good or outstanding.

All pupils to make at least good progress each year.

Observations,

Team teaching.

Staff/ Pupil surveys

Assessment records

Staff CPD

2. Provide a wide range of after school clubs available to children

a variety of sports offered as extra-curricular across KS1 & KS2 to provide opportunities for all children to participate and to enable pupils to take part in tournaments and festivals, including after school and at weekends..

 

Enthusiasm of PE lead impacts on the whole school and develops a love of sport for all.

 

Children take part in a variety of tournaments, leagues and competitions.

Achievement

Photos

Registers

Survey of participation

3, to guarantee all pupils participate in at least one inter school event

Pay into SSCO network in order to participate in inter-school events.

Pay transport costs either use of minibus, parents or coach if needed.

£800 per year

 

 

£500 per year

Children understand key aspects of competitive sports

Provides awareness of dedication, motivation and commitment needed to be a sports person

Allows the whole school to take part in competition.

Provides enjoyable       experiences where children can build relationships with their peers.

All children able to take part in clubs and festivals.

Self confidence

and self-esteem will

be good.

Registers

Pupil surveys.

Photographs at events.

4. Evaluated different PE schemes of work and purchased Rawmarsh Scheme

New scheme of work for Reception through to Y6. Also includes assessment.

PE Scheme £150

The PE curriculum is appropriate for primary school after reorganisation from a middle school in September 2013

 

5. Offer subsidised or free after school club places to any identified children where required. Many clubs are provided by the school FOC.

Monitor take up of clubs (gender, SEN, Pupil Premium, vulnerable, EAL)

 £200 per year

All pupils have equal access to clubs and activities

Registers

6. Resources for extracurricular clubs

Resource clubs that need specialist equipment e.g. Sportshall Athletics.

 £250

   
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