Sports Premium

 

Sports Premium Funding 2016-2017

Background:

Following the success of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games, the Government is providing an additional £150 million per annum (provided jointly by the Departments for Education; Health; and Culture, Media and Sport), and this additional funding is ring-fenced to be spent to improve the provision of physical education and sport in Primary Schools, and schools have the freedom to choose how they do this. All state-maintained schools, academies, middle schools, special schools and pupil referral units which have primary aged pupils will receive this funding.

As such, the school has taken its responsibility very seriously and since April 2015, the school has used all of the sports premium funding to employ a dedicated team of professionals which includes:

* an appropriate member of staff, with responsibility to lead these exciting developments;

* a part-time member of staff to teach PE to all classes, with additional responsibility to expand the school’s extra-curricular activities;

* a children’s play leader, with responsibility to organise lunchtime activities.

Key aims for Sport Premium Funding at Freegrounds Junior School:

  • To consistently provide high quality Physical Education for ALL pupils from a qualified and experienced person.
  • Improving the curriculum by providing a wider range of sporting and physical development opportunities.
  • To increase participation in sporting activities for disadvantaged groups of pupils.
  • To provide sporting equipment that is fit for purpose and suitably challenging for the pupils.
  • To provide a broad variety of extra-curricular sporting clubs and activities to ensure that children have the opportunity to be physically active whilst at school.
  • To provide additional lunchtime activities, equipment and pupil sports leaders.
  • Creating team squads to aid the development of the more able children.
  • To continue to increase participation in external competitive sports events (e.g. sports matches with the local cluster schools; participation in local tournaments)
  • To forge links with local sporting clubs and organisers to further develop sporting provision for the more able pupils.

 

PE and Sport Grant Proposed Expenditure for 2016/2017

Number of Pupils and Total PESG received
Number of pupils in Years 3 to 6 357
Amount of PESG allocated (£8000 plus £5 per eligible pupil) £9785
Total Amount of PESG received £9785

 

Summary of Planned PESG Spending for 2016-17

Objectives:
To improve PE and games provision for all pupils.
To increase participation in sporting activities outside of timetabled lessons for disadvantaged groups of pupils.
To updating sports equipment available within the school for lessons and sports clubs.
Nature of Support:
Specialised Physical Education coaching in games lessons for ALL pupils from a qualified and experienced sports coach.
Purchase of new sports equipment to provide further challenge for pupils as their skills improve.
Transportation and additional after school coaching for pupils to increase participation in local competitive sports events.
Forge links with sports clubs in the local community to improve sporting provision for more able pupils.
Expected Outcomes:
Improved PE provision for all pupils.
Increased attendance of disadvantaged pupils at sports clubs
Increased participation in local sports events.
Increased attendance at local sports clubs for specialised provision or activities for more able pupils.

 

Evidence of Planned PESG Spending for 2016-17

Item Cost Objective Impact

(Where we will find the evidence of this)

Specialised PE and Games teaching for all pupils

(1 x 1 hour weekly lesson per class; 6 half terms per year).

 

 

 

 

 

 

£8000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To provide quality physical education and sports coaching in games lessons for ALL pupils from a qualified and experienced sports coach.

Good practice is shared and feedback sought from other school teachers, which drives the effective development of PE

 

 

 

 

Lesson observations

Pupil Interviews

Assessment against National expectations

 

 

 

 

 

Specialist Games / Extra-curricular / lunchtime clubs for pupils

 

£1400

 

 

 

To provide opportunities for all pupils to participate in free sporting activities at lunchtime and after-school.

 

After-school club lists

Lunchtime club lists

Pupil Interviews

New PE equipment

 

 

 

£385

 

 

 

To provide PE equipment that is fit for purpose [and suitably challenging] to aid individual physical develop for all pupils.

 

Lesson observations

Pupil Interviews

Assessment against National expectations.

 

Summary of PESG Spending for 2015/2016

Key aims for Sport Premium Funding at Freegrounds Junior School:

  • To provide all pupils with specialised gymnastics coaching from a qualified and experienced
    gymnastics coach.
  • To provide quality Physical Education coaching in games lessons for ALL pupils from a qualified and experienced sports coach.
  • To increase participation in sporting activities for vulnerable groups of pupils.
  • To provide sporting equipment that is fit for purpose and suitably challenging for the pupils.
  • To continue to increase participation in external competitive sports events (e.g. sports matches with the local cluster schools; participation in local tournaments)
  • To forge links with local sporting clubs and organisers to further develop sports provision for the more able pupils.

 

PE and Sport Grant Expenditure 2015/2016

Number of Pupils and Total PESG received
Number of pupils in Years 3 to 6 358
Amount of PESG allocated (£8000 plus £5 per eligible pupil) £9790
Total Amount of PESG received £9790

 

Summary of PESG Spending 2015/2016
Objectives:
Dedicated PE and games teacher providing appropriate lessons for all pupils.
Increased participation in sporting activities outside of timetabled lessons for all pupils.
Updating sports equipment available within the school for lessons and extra-curricular clubs.
Nature of Support:
Specialised sports coaching in games lessons for all pupils from a qualified and experienced sports coach.
Purchase of new sports equipment to provide further challenge for pupils as their skills improve.
Transport, and additional after school coaching for pupils to increase participation in competitive sports events.
Forge links with sports clubs in the local community to improve sporting provision for more able pupils.
Expected Outcomes:
Improved PE and Sport provision for all pupils.
Increased attendance of pupils at sports clubs
Increased participation in local sports events.
Increased attendance at local sports clubs for more able pupils.

 

Item Cost Objective Impact (Where we will find evidence of this)
Specialised PE and Games teaching for all pupils

(1 x 1 hour weekly lesson per class; 6 half terms per year).

£8000

 

 

 

To provide quality Physical Education coaching in games lessons for ALL pupils from a qualified and experienced sports coach.

 

Lesson observations

Pupil Interviews

Assessment against National expectations.

Specialist Games extra-curricular / lunchtime clubs for pupils £1400

 

 

To provide opportunities for pupils to participate in free sporting activities at lunchtime. After-school club lists

Lunchtime club lists

Pupil Interviews

Purchase new PE equipment

 

 

£390

 

 

To provide PE equipment that is fit for purpose and suitably challenging for the pupils. Lesson observations

Pupil Interviews

Assessment against National expectations.