Sport Premium 2017/18
2017/18 Action Plan to be available by end of January 2018
The government is providing additional funding 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- will be allocated to primary schools.
Purpose of the funding
Schools must spend the funding to improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils, but they have the freedom to choose the best way of using the money.
Possible uses of the funding:
- Hire specialist PE teachers.
- Hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers.
- Provide existing staff with teaching resources to help them teach PE and sport.
- Support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday clubs and Change4Life clubs.
- Run sport competitions or increase pupils’ participation in the School Games.
- Run sports activities with other schools.
From September 2013, schools are held to account over how they spend the additional funding. Ofsted will be looking at how the school has spent the money and whether any impact has been made.
Sports Funding 2017/2018
Total fund allocated through Sports Premium: £22,000
Total fund including school contribution: £20,247
Click to view and download our sports premium plan for 2017/18
Sport Funding 2016/2017: £11,265
|To develop staff CPD, enabling them to deliver high quality lessons across all areas of PE.||Hire of specialist coaches from Aspire to work alongside our staff in advising and demonstrating best practice.||£2000||Staff more confident in delivering quality first PE teaching.|
|To increase pupils knowledge of healthy lifestyle choices.||Pupils provided with a club in which they are to receive advice on their exercise and nutrition requirements.||£1000||Pupils able to identify correct lifestyle choice in order to keep healthy|
|To promote excellence in sport amongst gifted and talented pupils.||A club provided which will extend and challenge pupils, in skilled and competitive tasks.||£1000||More able pupils challenged and skills improve.|
|To provide opportunities where children can make links between maths and physical education.||Aspire to deliver the ‘maths on the move’ program, increasing participation in sport, and aiding their understanding of the links between mathematics and sport.||£3800||Maths progress improves due to increased understanding and ability to apply skills.|
|To provide pupils with opportunities to work creatively developing their dance skills and perform to audiences.||Zumba/dance sessions will also be provided for the pupils after school. Leading to competition entries /showcase talents at other school with other schools.||£1000||Pupils confident to perform in front of others.|
|To promote an active start to the day in breakfast club.||Purchase of active games equipment and activities that children can take part in during breakfast club.||£500||Breakfast club uptake increases. Pupils take part in a wider range of activities.|
|To provide breakfast club with a nutritious start to the day.||Provide pupils in breakfast club with a healthy choice of food and drink.||£500||Healthy foods available at breakfast club.
Pupils enjoy a range of food.
opportunities for pupils to take part in competitive events.
|Hire of transport. Hire of specialist coach to identify links between local schools and enable pupils to train as a team.||£1800||Pupils take part in a range of competitive activities. Pupil’s resilience improves.|
|Future spending will look to increase the range of activities further.|