Sports Funding Report
This is a continuing Government Grant that must be used to fund improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils so that they develop healthy and active lifestyles. The latest budget allocation Highbury Quadrant is £9700.
This funding is targeted towards achieving the following aims:
1. All pupils engage in regular physical activity/promoting pupils understanding of healthy active lifestyles.
2. The profile of PE and sport across the school is raised.
3. Increase knowledge and skill of staff to do games and sports at lunchtime and after school
4. Broad experience of skills and activities offered to all pupils
5. Partnership work on PE and Sport with School Network
The full plan for Sport Premium expenditure is available here: Sports Funding for 2016 2017
|Sports Premium Funding fro the academic year 2015 – 2106|
|What is the Primary Sports Premium? This is a Government Grant that must be used to fund improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils so that they develop healthy and active lifestyles. How much did the school receive?
In 2014-2015 the school received £9,048. In 2015-2016 the school received £13,350.
|How did we spend the 2015-2016 allocation?|
Total Extended Schools Cost = £4,120
|2. Swimming Sessions for Pupils in KS2|
|Although it is a national requirement that children learn to swim a minimum of 50 metres, we ensure that all children are given the opportunity to swim. Therefore a 50% contribution was made towards funding Swimming lessons for the year.
Total Contribution towards Swimming Sessions = £660
|3.Professional Development/Other staff costs|
|An Annual Support Package was purchased (£1,250) to develop teachers planning and delivery of PE lessons in school. Alongside this, Teaching Assistant’s supported groups of children to participate in borough competitive sports events including football and cricket.
Sports coach £600 per annum to coach games in the KS2 playground at lunchtimes.
Sports day and Sports day preparation and resources. £360
The remaining money (£5,820) contributed to salary costs for specialist PE tuition during curriculum time (Nursery to Year 6).
Total Professional Development/Other Staff Costs = £8030
|4. Network Inter School Sports Competition|
|Inter school competition in Games within School Network, Maamulaha: (staffing to facilitate for one event per term). £540|
|TOTAL SPORTS PREMIUM EXPENDITURE: £13,350
OUTCOMES ACHIEVED OVERALL
· Pupils enjoy and participate in a varied and enriched curriculum.
· Pupils have developed a healthy and active lifestyle and attitude to sport.
· Pupils continue to participate in inter and intra school competitions, particularly for girls.
· Greater community links with local sports clubs have been (i) established and (ii) further developed.
· Acquisition of for the application of the Healthy Schools Silver Award.
· Pupils have received expert coaching and support.
· Continue to raise the profile of PE and sport throughout the school to promote healthy and active lifestyles.
· More untapped potential is unlocked and inspiration levels have increased.
· Our pupils are more aware that they can take greater control of their lives.