Sports Premium Funding for 2016-2017
How are we planning to spend our PE and sport grant?
The government has funded every school to enable high quality Sport, Physical Exercise and Well-Being activities to be provided.
This year our school received the allocated sports grant of £8,809. Over 8 teachers and 184 children will benefit from specialist coaching, this will had a major impact on the rates of progress which will be supported by our PE assessment tracker.
From September 2016 to July 2017 the sports grant has been spent upon:
2. After School Clubs run by South Ribble Sports Partnership:
IMPACT! during the Autumn and Spring terms, 82 out of 157 pupils (52%) from Year 1 to Year 6 took part in at least one after-school Sports Club. This is an increased level of engagement in sporting activities.
3. South Ribble Sports Team will also run Bikeability with Year 6.
4. As a whole school we will also be participating in Dance from the Heart in the Summer Term. Staff and children will be involved in a half-day leadership course to support the rest of the school in learning the dance.
The cost of this coaching support is: £6120 (South Ribble Partnerships amount).
5. The school also plan to participate in Football and High 5 Netball tournaments.
Other uses of the sports funding:
Overall total: £7801.40
IMPACT! -During the spring term, Year 5 and welfare staff took part in change4life training- Junior pupils now help lunchtime staff to engage younger pupils in active games activities. The children also learn to follow rules, take turns and develop skills of cooperation.
Intended impacts for sports funding:
Sports Premium Funding 2015-2016
How are we spending (or will spend) our PE and sport grant?
The government has funded every school as part of the Olympic legacy to enable high quality Sport and Physical Exercise/Well-Being activities to be provided.
This year, our school received the allocated sports grant funding of £7471. This was received in two instalments of £3779 and £3692.
From September 2015 to July 2016 the sports grant has been spent upon a variety of activities inc.
Buying into the South Ribble Sports Partnership School’s Coaching Programme:
* Rugby (Year 3 and 4)
* Netball (Year 5 and 6)
* Tennis (Year 1 and 2)
* Hockey (Year 3 and 4)
* Gymnastics (Years 1, 2, 3 and 4)
* Dance (Rec, Year 1, 5 and 6)
* Orienteering (Year 4 and 5)
* Cricket (Year 2 and 3)
* Beyond Sport (Year 6)
* Tots on tyres (Rec)
* Tots on tyres level 2 – pedal bikes (Rec)
After School clubs run by South Ribble
* Netball (KS2)
* Hockey (KS2)
* Dance (KS1)
* Cricket (KS2)
* Orienteering (KS2)
South Ribble sports team have also run Bike ability Level 2 and 3 with Year 6 and scoot safe with Year 3.
As a whole school we have been involved in Dance from the heart. Staff and children were involved in a half day dance leadership course to support the rest of the school in the teaching of the dance.
The cost of this coaching support £5993.82:
Through Brownedge sports college we have signed up to:
* The Year 5 and 6 girls football tournaments.
Other uses of our sports funding
* Resources (i.e. PE/sports equipment)
* PNE after school football club
* Girls football club
* Tag rugby club
* Transport to competitions
* Lunchtime supervisors to run ‘Change4 life’ each lunchtime
* Additional Change4Life bag of resources
Total of above
OVERALL TOTAL: approx £7000
* Opportunities to take part in competitive sport, friendly matches and competitive events through South Ribble Sports Partnership.
* Increased opportunities for all children to take part in active games at lunchtime
* Improvement in the quality of teaching and learning across different aspects of P.E. including gymnastics, dance, striking and fielding, net/wall games and invasion games at the foundation stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2
* Increase in the number of clubs/ extra-curricular activities offered to children from all classes from Reception-Year 6.
* Increase in attendance at the clubs/extra-curricular activities offered to the children.
* Pupils introduced to a wider variety of sports (i.e. hockey) and expertise (qualified coaches).
* Evidence of pupils joining out-of-school sports clubs as a result of the coaching and experiences offered within school.
* Improved attitude towards sporting activities, especially from children who have previously been less active.
* Every child has had access to at least 2 hours, with a possibility of some children having 3 hours of sports every week.