Sport Premium Funding
Sport Premium Funding
This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school head teachers, to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The sport funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools. (Taken from the DfE website)
Sports Premium 2017 – 2018 £14,212
2018 - 2019 £15,411
2019 - 2020 £17,084
2020 - 2021 £16,810
Key indicator 1- The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity
The active 30 minutes per day has been introduced and a time table has been put together by each class teacher to ensure their physical activity works in synchronicity with their wider curriculum needs. Their active minutes may include- active five minute activities, which are classroom based- supported by interactive white board programs such as Go Noodle. Or active fifteen minute games and activities supported by Sports Leaders over the dinner time period.
The impact of the Active 30 Minutes will not only increase participation in physical activity and physical wellbeing but may also support the improvement of cognition and emotional wellbeing.
Key indicator 2: Raising the profile of PE and sport across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
Joining Schools Games Mark- To increase commitment to and the development of competitive school sports, physical education and physical activity throughout the school. Working towards achieving the bronze level award.
Training the year six Sports Leaders, to plan and carry out lunch time activities for all pupils.
Running intra house Sporting events.
The impact of these is to encourage less active children to participate in sports and to raise the profile of sport and physical exercise, and create a buzz and excitement around the school.
Key indicator 3: Increased confidence , knowledge and skill of all staff in teaching PE and sport
To develop staff skills and confidence in identified areas of PE
Training of teachers across all year groups – Last year we commenced work in partnership with Tigers Trust to help promote and improve our Physical Education Curriculum. Our experienced teachers deliver high quality Physical Education lessons and have a variety of strengths. Tigers Trust enable us to build on these strengths and support teachers by modelling skills and lessons in subjects such as orienteering and tag rugby.
The impact of this will result in an increased percentage of active movement in PE lessons, a wider range of PE subjects being taught to a high standard by all teachers across all year groups.
PE subject leader has attended the Humber PE and School Sport Conference- the information from this was delivered to the rest of the team leading them to them being able to deliver the active 30 minutes more effectively.
Key indicator 4; Provide a broader experience and range of sports offered to all pupils
-Increased number of after school clubs available to all pupils.
Yoga- Autumn and Spring Term (External Teacher) available to Reception/year 1 /2 and year 3/4
Football – Spring Term ( In house Teacher) Year 5/6
Summer Activities Summer Term 1 – (In house Teacher) Years 1-6
Gymnastics Summer Term 2 (In house Teacher) Year 3 /4 and 5/6
The percentage of children who attended will be recorded at the end of the academic year.
- An audit of the PE and Sports equipment has been done and new PE and Sports equipment has been purchased. This will ensure we are able to provide and varied and rich PE curriculum.
Key Indicator 5: Increased Participation in competitive sport
Affiliation to the School Sports Partnership competition program. To access inter sports fixtures across the local partnership schools
Years 1-6 to compete in intra sports fixtures throughout the year.
Entry into the Catholic Schools Cup competition – 1 boys team and 1 girls team (joint with partner school St Georges).
The impact will mean that we are continually increasing the percentage of children participating in competitive sport.
(The percentage of children who attended will be recorded at the end of the academic year.)
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