Sports and PE Premium

Sports Funding Impact Form 2019-20

Sports Premium Funding Spend 2020 / 2021
 

 Funding Received

Number of children on roll:   191

Total amount of funding received:  £18,450

                                      Carry over £11,401

 

                                  Total funding £29,851

 Objectives

 Objectives of spending the PE grant:

  • Increased participation in Level 2 and Level 3 School Sports - obtain Gold Award in sport through Games Mark
  • Encourage non sporting children to engage in activities.
  • Broaden the sporting opportunity available to pupils. 
  • Instill in pupils a love of sport and physical activity and mental wellbeing.
  • Deliver professional development to staff to enhance skill set and continued CPD.
  • Improve PE equipment and resources.

 Break down of spending

 Objective

 Activity

 Cost

 Impact

 

Increased participation in Level 2 and Level 3 School Sports – obtain Gold Award in sport through Games Mark

 

 Membership to NSF

 £250

More children take part in external competitions leading to improved performance and signposting for children to join external clubs to continue developing their skills.

 Transport to events

 £1150

 Sports equipment and kit

 £600

Total spend on objective

 £2,000

 

 

To encourage non sporting children to take part in actvities and attend events 

 Lunchtime Club

 £300

Improvement of engagement and skills of non sporting children.

 After school club

 

 £700

 

 Transport / Kit /  Equipment

 £350

 

Total spend on objective

 

£1,350

 

 

Broaden the sporting opportunities available for pupils

A wide range of clubs offered after school and participation monitored

 £2,150

Children have the opportunity to take part in sports they do not usually have access to, providing them with the enthusiasm to continue their learning attending an external independent local club to them.

Swimming Yr 6 (boosters) 

 £1,200

Ensure all children have the opportunity to swim regularly for a year.

Total spend on objective

 £3,350

 

 

 

 

To instill in pupils a love of sport and physical activity and mental wellbeing.

Improvements of playgrounds – playground markings

Stepping stones

Daily mile

 

 £11,600

Ensure children are having daily exercise. To be accessed independently and in guided sessions. Improve the physical and mental wellbeing of children.

Lunch time activity club – Change4Life

 £350

Links to clubs and external organisations around less competitive sports

 £300

Encourage the children to take part in extracurricular clubs and play a range of sports

Wellbeing week of activities to promote, physcial, mental health and healthy lifestyles.

 £3,000

Enabling children to take part in activities they would not normally be able to.  Bring activities to school to improve physcial and mental wellebing and show the children different sports available to them.

Take the children to external activity centres in the lcoal community.

Total spend on objective

 £15,250

 

 

Deliver professional development to staff to enhance skill set and continued CPD.

 

 

Staff training (sessions to develop planning and confidence)

External courses if needed

 

Level 5 PE course – professional development

 £800

 

 

 

 

 

 

 £1,200

Staff are confident in teaching PE sessions.

 

Quality PE sessions are being delivered.

Total spend on objective

 £2,000

 

 

Develop PE equipment/ resources.

Improvement of resources in PE, so that pupils consistently have access to high-quality equipment.

 

Purchase storage trolleys and racking for PE store.

 £1,750

Quality of lessons in PE will be at least good. Quality of equipment will not be a barrier to learning.

Pupils will be engaged in their lessons.

 

PE equipment will be stored appropriately.

Lunchtime trolleys will be easier for playleaders to use.

Improve variety and standard of lunchtime equipment

 

Huff and puff lunchtime equipment.

 £650

The children will have the opportunity to use a variety of equipment and take part in various activities to improve their skills.

Improve physical, fine and gross motor skills for EYFS and KS1 children.

Purchase resources for fine and gross motor skills, deliver a specific intervention to address and improve skills.  Baseline and monitor progress.

 £3,500

Improved fine and gross motor skills for children to develop their own skills.

 Total spend on objective

 £5,900

 

 

 

 

 Total spend 2020/21

 £29,850