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2016-2017 

Sports Pupil Premium Funding 

PE and Sport Funding - DfE Guidelines

The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 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 school headteachers. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

Purpose of funding: Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this. Possible uses for the funding might include:

  • hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work with primary teachers when teaching PE;
  • supporting and engaging  the least active children through new or additional Change4Life clubs;
  • paying for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport;
  • providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE and sport;
  • running sport competitions, or increasing pupils’ participation in the School Games;
  • buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE and sport;
  • providing places for pupils on after school sports clubs and holiday clubs;
  • pooling the additional funding with that of other local schools.

This academic year, the school will receive £9225.00

Proposed spending for 2016 - 2017

Key Objective and anticipated benefits.

Specific year group/key personnel to be targeted.

Proposed activities

Costing    (to nearest £10.00) 

 Impact

Provide greater extra-curricular sporting opportunities for all pupils.

 

 

 

Pupils in all year groups

Dedicated sports teacher in school to be a role model for the school community.  They will teach from Reception to Year 6.

Sports clubs to be held after school. 

Host a number of friendly matches and other competitions with other local schools; this will encourage greater participation for our pupils.

The school simply facilitates at no additional cost.

Teachers have quality training which develops their subject knowledge and leads to exciting and inclusive teaching and learning in PE. Lessons will be good or outstanding.

Welcome a lunchtime role-model to school to inspire our pupils to increase their participation in PE and School Sport.

 

Promote the use of activities in the Student Planner.

 

We will ensure that every child has the opportunity to get involved in extra-curricular activities.

 

Promote outdoor education – activities and other outdoor learning pursuits.

 

Pupils encouraged to attend PGL/ residential trip.

 

Introduce a Change 4 Life club for those identified as less active. It will encourage children to take up physical activities and maintain healthy lifestyles.

The Sports Play Leader

 

Sports ambassadors appointed

  2 times a week

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seek advice and support from LA to implement this initiative

The school simply facilitates at no additional cost.

Greater number of children will participate in lunchtime sports   and this will increase in confidence and participation in PE sessions.

Year 3 have commenced Forest School activities. Benefits range from improvement in well being as well as increased concentration in class

To continue the programme of professional development for our teachers.

 

 

Teachers working in reception to year 6.

Coaches will continue to work in school during allocated PE lessons.  Teachers to work alongside the coaches, team teach and reflect on their own practice via professional conversations. 

Teachers and teaching assistants are able to plan, assess and evaluate more confidently in PE 

Inclusive PE & Sport

Increase the opportunities for pupils with special educational needs to participate fully in PE lessons.

22620.00

Maximise the development of PE and Sport in our school.

Intra House competitions are benefiting pupils physical well being and healthy competition of collaboration

Pupils requiring special equipment to access P.E lessons has increased their resilience and confidence

School Sport Trust.

Apply to become members

P.E Subject Leader to lead in development of this initiative.

Support and guidance to enhance sport across the school.

 

£300.00

Membership will give greater expertise, knowledge and support in embedding better practice at school. In addition to building partnerships with other schools.

Total for projected costs:   16,300.00                                    School additional  Costs 7,075.00

 

 

 

Sports Premium Sustainability:

At Krishna Avanti Primary School we aim to ensure improvements in PE provision and increased participation rates are sustainable by:

  • Through the PSHE curriculum we will inculcate healthy habits to sustain physical and mental wellbeing. For example, the science curriculum will include learning about the importance of nutrition, exercise and ways to live healthy lifestyles. Additionally our yoga curriculum will contribute to children’s positive mental health.
  • Employing a PE specialist teacher that has been employed by the school
  • Upskilling staff through CPD and succession planning
  • Purchasing high quality resources
  • Purchasing a new P.E. planning and integrating it with the Operating Learning Model , whereby we will ensure that we have a consistent, progressive approach to planning and delivering P.E lessons across the school.

 


2015-2016

What is the PE and Sport Premium?  

The government has provided each Primary school with additional funding for the improvement of sports provision that is on offer for our pupils.  This is an initiative designed to promote healthy lifestyles.

The four objectives of the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding are:

  • To improve the quality of existing PE teaching through continuing professional learning in PE for generalists, so that all primary pupils improve their health, skills and physical literacy, and have broader exposure to a range of sports
  • To increase participation levels in competitive sport and healthy activity of pupils, and maintain these into adolescence
  • To increase the quality of initial teacher training in PE and sport, and to promote PE specialisation in primary level workforce
  • Schools understand and value the benefits of high quality PE and sport, including its use as a tool for whole school improvement.

This academic year, the school will receive £9080.00

 Proposed spending for 2015 - 2016

Key Objective and anticipated benefits.

Specific year group/key personnel to be targeted.

Proposed activities

Costing    (to nearest £10.) 

1. Provide greater extra-curricular sporting opportunities for all pupils.

 

 

 

Pupils in all year groups

Dedicated sports teacher in school to be a role model for the school community.  They will teach from Reception to Year 6.

Sports clubs to be held after school. 

Host a number of friendly matches and other competitions with other local schools; this will encourage greater participation for our pupils.

The school simply facilitates at no additional cost.

2. Improve the P.E equipment that the pupils have access to in order to improve specific skills in a range of sporting areas.

 

Pupils in all year groups

All teaching staff

Ensure that there are good quality resources in school that pupils can access. This will include provision to meet the needs of all pupils including those with additional needs.

300.00

3. To continue the programme of professional development for our teachers.

Teachers working in reception to year 6.

Coaches will continue to work in school during allocated PE lessons.  Teachers to work alongside the coaches, team teach and reflect on their own practice via professional conversations. 

22620.00

Total for projected costs:

£22,920.00

 



 

2014 – 2015

Impact of PE and Sport Funding 

Funding allocation of £8770.00

Key Objective and anticipated benefits.

Impact

1. Provide greater extra-curricular sporting opportunities for all pupils.

 

After school clubs were arranged by the school for multi-skills, football, netball and Taekwondo.

 

 

The clubs have proved popular with pupils and their families and are well attended.  The sports premium has not been used to subsidise the cost to pupils, but the clubs themselves have heightened interest in a wider range of sporting activities.

For example the pupils themselves have requested specific activities especially those that are more girl friendly.  Consequently, the school now has a club for netball.

A number of friendly matches have taken place with local schools.  These have been well attended.

2. Improve the P.E equipment that the pupils have access to in order to improve specific skills in a range of sporting areas.

Last year, the school bought equipment for athletics and netball.  As a result, pupil participation was improved and the skills of all pupils have widened.  We have a wide range of needs amongst our pupils and so we were able to purchase appropriate resources. 

3. The school worked with an outside company who came in to school to work alongside teachers in order to support their professional development.  In addition, they ran some lunchtime clubs too.

Teachers now have a wider range of skills, knowledge and understanding around the teaching of sports and PE.  This has meant that pupils are improving and developing their own skills at a faster pace.

The lunch clubs have meant that our pupils have been shown a number of games and skills that they can practice in their own time.  This has had a beneficial impact on behaviour.  Such initiatives have supported our school’s own values of empathy, self-discipline, respect, integrity, courage and gratitude.

The school provided Yoga lessons too which is in line with our school curriculum provision.

The costing for last year’s sport and PE activities is as follows;

  • Kit for the football team  £174.30
  • Kit for the netball team £354.00
  • Equipment £227.64
  • Superskills coaches for school £22,620.00
  • Taekwondo classes £3,250.00

Total spend for 2014-2015   £26,625.94