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Sports Premium

Overview

 

Up until the academic year 2019/2020, the Government is making available to all schools a sum of money annually to allow them to continue to develop sports provision within school and to help schools increase pupil participation in sporting activity. This money presently equates to £8000 per school per year plus an additional £5 per child. For our school this means approximately £9,000 per year. (2016/17 - £8724)

 

Objectives For Sports Premium St Joseph's RC Primary School

 

At St Joseph’s RC Primary school we strive to deliver a rich and varied PE curriculum and we are committed to engage more pupils in extra-curricular sporting activities and events.  We aim to ensure that;

• all children benefit regardless of sporting ability
• children are given the opportunity to compete in competitions with other schools
• staff have access to training opportunities and continued professional development
• some activities may be subsidised so that pupils do not miss out due to financial constraints
• we make use of collaborative and partnership working.

 

Using the Funding 2016/17

 

  • Employ a member of staff to organise multi-skills activities at lunch time and after school.
  • Provide CPD for our teachers and new members of staff.
  • Employ specialist PE teachers to work alongside teachers to increase knowledge and confidence in PE.
  • To create and maintain links to feeder High Schools and become involved in competitions and events with cluster schools.

 

Funding breakdown 2016/17 :

 

£6605 - Sports delivery and teacher training

£1228 - Lunchtime/Afterschool sports activities/coaching

£600 - Sports competition membership

£300 - Sports equipment

 

 

Impact of the Funding

 

  • Each year group from Y1 - 6 has the opportunity to attend at least 6 weeks of after school club sports provision. Sports club provision is available to all and has increased the participation in sports of a wide range of pupils. This work include aims to improve cooperation, team skills and to boost self-esteem. Attendance at the clubs was accessible to all children, SEND, Disadvantaged and boys and girls equally.
  • Lunchtime coaching has increased participation in a range of sports and activities for pupils from Y3 - Y6
  • Increased teacher knowledge and skills. Teachers have access to PE sessions run by outside providers. These sessions include a range of sports and skills development techniques.
  • Broad range of sports available to pupils including football, basketball, tennis, dodgeball and hockey.
  • Summer sports competitions to be entered for the first time this year, including Athletics and Dodgeball.
  • Funding on teacher training will enable teachers to deliver a range of sessions in the coming years.

 

Sustainability

Plans for staff to deliver their own afterschool/lunchtime clubs for next year are now in place following support/CPD from bought-in staff.

New PE Coordinator to arrange termly competition entry for various sports across school.

 

 

 


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