PE and Sport Premium

PE and SPORTS FUNDING 2017-2018

For the current academic year 2017-2018 the school’s allocation will be £18215 – calculated as £16000 plus £10 per eligible pupil in Years 1 to 6 in the January 2017 Census.

In 2017 – 2018 the funding will be spent on:

  • Equipment – replenishing and increasing the sports equipment
  • Equipment – ensuring pupils have active breaks and lunchtimes
  • Sports coaches – to increase pupil engagement in sports clubs before and after school and to increase the diversity of clubs
  • Sports Kit – to provide competition kit for competitions
  • Specialist Coaches – to employ specialist coaches to provide CPD to upskill and train existing staff
  • Minibus – contribution to the cost of a minibus to continue to enable pupils to participate in sporting competitions and to use other local sports facilities.
  • Medals, Trophies – to increase in school competitions

 

PE and SPORTS FUNDING 2016-2017

The purpose of the funding is to provide additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport for the benefit of primary aged pupils to encourage the development of healthy active lifestyles.

For the academic year 2016-2017 the school’s allocation was £9015 – calculated at £8000 plus £5.00 for every pupil in Years 1 to 6 in the January 2016 Census.

In 2016 – 2017 the funding was spent on:

  • £2000 contribution to the cost of a minibus to enable pupils to participate in sport with other schools
  • £3000 contribution towards the cost of a Trim Trail to increase the physical activity of pupils during playtimes.
  • £3000 on school sports coaching and clubs to increase the number of children participating in school clubs and the diversity of school clubs.
  • £1015 on new sheds for storage of equipment for physical activity in the Early Years

 

Impact of Funding

Development Area

Action

Impact

Involvement in Competition

  • Plan of competitions throughout the year

  • Identification of competitions

  • Participation in compettions

Increased participation in competitions from 9 to 12.

Cost £2000  - mini bus

Physical Activity during Playtimes

  • Research cost

  • Meeting with PTA – re: funding, sharing of quotes and plans.

  • School Council – to look at plans and identify equipment wanted

  • Installation of Trim Trail

Increased physical activity during playtimes.

Cost £3000 (PTA funding £6000)

Specialist Coaches – after school clubs, participation and achievement

  • Employment of specialist coaches to provide quality before school and after school clubs

  • Develop links with Aylesford School to develop and give pupils opportunities to participate in competition.

Increased pupil participation in school sports clubs – 143 children = 54% of school population

Increase in diversity of school clubs

Provision of before and after school clubs

Increased participation in sporting events from 9 – 12.

Cost £3000

Storage of Equipment

  • Audit of condition of sheds

  • Research costings

  • Installation of sheds

Improved storage and equipment accessible.

Cost £1015 from Sports Premium

 

2015 - 2016

The purpose of the funding is to provide additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport for the benefit of primary-aged pupils to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.

For the Academic Year 2015-16 the school’s allocation was £8,975 - calculated as £8,000 plus £5 for every pupil in Years 1 to 6 in the January 2015 Census.

For the current Academic Year, the school’s allocation is £9,015 - calculated as £8,000 plus £5 for every pupil in Years1 to 6 in the January 2016 Census.

In 2015 to 2016 the funding was spent on:

  • £2K contribution to the cost of a minibus to enable pupils on participate in sport with other school, and additionally using other sports facilities in the local community
  • £3K on after school sport coaching and clubs
  • £4K on resources to encourage sport participation during break and lunch times.

Similar expenditure is planned for 2016 - 2017

Impact of Funding

  • Increased participation in inter-school competitions
  • A planned approach towards participation in inter-school competitions with an annual calendar of events for all children,
  • Coaching raised skills and tactical awareness; thereby improving success in competitions and in sport in general across the school,
  • Increased pupil participation in physical activity during lunch times

The school plans to continue investment in these activities.