Sports Premium Funding

Primary PE and Sport Funding

2015-2016

Sports Premium

 

In this Financial Year, our school has received a total of £8590.00 from sports premium grant.

 

In addition to the sports premium grant, we have also used our delegated activity worker to supplement provision in Physical Education.

 

Expenditure:

In  2014-2015 we achieved Gold Standard  Kite mark for school games. Given this standard, our evaluation of needs suggested there needs to be a continued high standard and range of extra curricular activities. Also, we need to aim to attend as many external competitions and events. Staff also feel the need to continue some specialist training in gymnastics. In our school PE and school sport has a  high profile.

 

The funding spent on sport in our school exceeds the premium funding indicated above. Our expenditure for Physical activity and Physical Education is £1150.

 

Purpose Cost Specific Impact  
Specialist coaching staff – street dance £950 The range of extracurricular activity has increased.Children accessing high quality teaching.Extracurricular uptake has remained high.

Pupil engagement and enthusiasm good.

Specialist coaching staff – Rugby, Basketball, Football, Lacrosse, Tennis £2090
Specialist coaching staff – Cricket, Handball and Multiskills £1140
Soccer stars – lunchtime provision. 38 weeks x 5 x £15 p/h£5700 Quality physical activities at lunchtime.
Oldham Sports Partnership £600 Targeted group of ‘least active’ children have accessed sessions to promote healthy lifestyles.
Staff trainingGymnastics focus for Key Stage 1 Key stage 1 staff trained in the planning and delivery of gymnastics. Staff more confident.
‘Splay’ provision for one term for Nursery class. 30 minute session per child. Nursery cohort access the Nursery and Reception programme to develop their attainment. Learning and developing social skills through PA.
Transport to and from competitions £320 Attendance at sporting competitions
Sports leader training / equipment £75 Established programme within school. Year on year sustainability. Children developing leadership qualities and PSHE/SMSC links.
Staff training £200 Lunchtime staff with little sporting expertise feel more confident in leading this with children

 

The information below highlights how the spending targets each of the 5 indicators for development of Physical activity and schools sports.

5 key indicators Evidence in school
  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles (engagement of least active pupils) –

 

  • SPLAY programme for Nursery cohort
  • Specific group of children ‘least active’ PE sessions
  • All children accessing lunchtime physical activity sessions
  1. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

 

  • Gymnastics provision and staff development
  • Range of additional sporting activities

 

  1. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.

 

  • Gymnastics staff development KS1
  • OAA staff training and content delivery KS2
  1. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

 

  • OAA curriculum developed in KS2
  • Wider range of clubs/sports offered out of school hours
  1. Increased participation in competitive sport.

 

  • Additional intra competitive sports and events throughout school.
  • C team competition

 

 

2014-2015

Sports Premium

Funding Received:

In the last Financial Year the school received a total of £8590 from sports premium grant.

In addition to the sports premium grant we have also used our delegated activity worker to supplement provision in Physical Education.

 

Expenditure:

The school has previously achieved Kitemark but this year we aim to achieve Gold Standard Kite Mark for school games. Given this target, our evaluation of needs suggests there needs to be an increase in extra-curricular clubs and attendance of sporting competitions. Also, lunchtime staff are in need of additional physical activity training so we are employing sports coaches to model/train staff to increase the quality of provision. Below, is the breakdown of spending and the impact. However, the funding spent on sport at this school greatly exceeds the premium funding indicated below.

 

The 2014-2015 Financial Year funding was used as follows:

Purpose Cost Impact – specific
Specialist coaching staff – street dance £950 Children accessing high quality teaching.
Specialist coaching staff – Basketball, rugby and football (extra-curricular clubs) £2860 Children accessing high quality teaching. Involvement in competitions. Hosted a football tournament.
Specialist coaching Engagement of children who do not normally attend sporting clubs. Increase in engagement.
Specialist coaching staff – cricket, handball and multi-skills £760 Children accessing high quality teaching. Involvement in competitions.
Soccer StarsLunchtime provision 38 weeks x 5 hours x £15 p/h Increase in opportunities for physical activity through KS1 and KS2.Children grouped to promote social skills and positive behaviours.
Oldham Sports Partnership £600 Involvement in the OSP calendar of events.
Sports Leader Training/equipment £180 Year 5 into Year 6 training for sports leaders to confidently lead activities at lunchtimes and develop their own leadership skills.
Transport to/from competitions and events £480 This has enabled children take part in more competitions and activities.
Staff training £480 Staff confidence when teaching gymnastics.

General Impact

  • Staff with little sporting expertise feel more confident in leading this with children. Staff supported through gymnastics training have been more confident when teaching classes.
  • Children throughout school are accessing more ‘games’ and physical activity led sessions at lunchtimes so are increasing their physical activity time.
  • Extra-curricular uptake in KS2 was above the level to achieve Gold Mark.
  • The range of extra-curricular activity has increased.
  • Pupil engagement and enthusiasm in extra-curricular clubs is good.
  • Parental feedback and support is highly positive.