The Sports Premium for improving provision of school sport continues in 2017-18.
The Sports Premium for improving provision of school sport continues in 2016-17.
This coming financial year we will use the premium in the following ways:
Provide specialist coaching during curriculum time across the year groups.
Provide professional development opportunities for teachers enabling quality teaching and learning for all children.
Continue to maintain our new playing field which enables all children to have access to a flat and secure playing field close to the school and necessary facilities.
Continue to offer opportunities for a wide range and number of inter-school activities to pupils across the school.
Provide after school sports clubs.
We aim to provide higher quality lessons and improved learning for all.
Provide after school sports clubs.
Outcomes as a result of the sports grant : April 2015 – 2016
Maintenance of our flat, larger, fit-for-purpose playing field which is used by all the children.
All children taking part in sports festivals and sporting events; including gymnastics, golf, football, hockey, tag rugby, orienteering, multi-sports, netball , archery and athletics.
CPD for staff improving skills and confidence.
High quality sports coaching for children across the school through the year.
Outcomes as a result of the sports grant : Sept 2015.
- A flatter, larger, fit-for-purpose, well-maintained playing field which is used by all the children.
- Improved sports equipment: i.e Netball posts, badminton equipment, goal posts, gym equipment, netballs, footballs, rugby balls, golf equipment.
- All children taking part in sports festivals and sporting events with increased participation in a wider range of events particularly in KS2.
- Opportunities to experience a wider range of sports – (including golf, badminton, fencing and archery over the year).
- CPD for staff improving skills and confidence.
- High quality sports coaching for children across the school through the year.
- Low cost sports club (free for children in receipt of pupil premium) providing after-school opportunities to experience and take part in a wide range of sports.
Overview of PE grant
The additional government funding for PE is being used to improve PE provision. The core rationale for spending is that the improved provision must be sustainable.
We aim to:
develop teacher skills in teaching PE.
provide a flat playing pitch close enough to the school for regular use.
provide children with increased opportunities to try sports that are easily accessible outside of school.
help children to succeed in developing personal bests and provide opportunities to take part in competitive sports.
Money has currently been spent on:
Developing teaching skills in football and tag rugby.
Providing an opportunity for the children to experience Tri-golf (including a session on the golf drive) whilst also developing teachers ability to teach golf.
New equipment: badminton/volley ball nets, badminton rackets and shuttlecocks, rugby balls, wobble boards (for playtime).
We are currently negotiating for the lease of a 1/2 acre playing field from the MOD, a large proportion of our funding will go towards the cost of the lease and preparing the playing field. This will give the school, for the first time ever, a flat playing field. close to the school allowing for a wider range of sports and athletics to be more effectively played. Very exciting for us all!
A survey of staff and children before any money was spent will help us to measure the impact of our PE spend.
The action plan and evaluation for the first year (2013/14) is attached:
PE Action Plan Year 1
Action plan for the second year 2014/15 is attached: