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Overview of Sports Funding Spending 15.16

Sports Funding Statement 2016/17

What is the Sports Premium?

The government is providing funding of £150million per annum for the academic years 2013/4 and 2014/5 to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The funding is being provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school Head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport an dPE for all their children.

Each school will receive £8000 plus and extra £5 per pupil each year for the next 2 years . The money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools. The money will be used so that all children benefit regardless of their sporting ability.

Purpose of the funding

All schools have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but there is freedom to choose how we do it. At Cranham we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of our children. We also believe that providing an innovative and varied PE curriculum and a range of extra-curricular opportunities  will have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all pupils, as well as introducing them to life-long interests.

   

Academic year:2106/7

Total funding: £9260

 

Key Outcome

Actions

Funding allocated/spent

Evidence/Impact

Next steps/Sustainability

Gaining Gold Mark for School Games Mark and then sustaining it

Apply for school games mark

Get more pupils involved in Cranham Crew supporting PE across the school

 

 

Gold mark achieved Sept 16

70 pupils in ks2 (30%) have volunteered to be part of the Crew and have been allocated a variety of jobs including supporting dinner staff on KS1 playground and running activities for breakfast club

Pupils keen to help each other – can be encouraged to be sports leaders at High School

Continue to run program

Increase the opportunities for KS1 pupils to access extra-curricular PE

Lunchtime football skills club for Year 2 pupils

 

20 pupils (1/3 of Year Group) have attended. 3 of the attendees have social problems and this has helped them with their behaviour and attitude in class

Encourage to join clubs when in KS2.

                      Ensuring enough equipment for every child to have own stick/ ball in a PE lesson

Buy new/ replacement equipment

 

Pupils get individual opportunity to fully participate in PE lessons. All have appropriate equipment for the task. Pupils make more progress in the lessons

Continuously monitor requirements

Provide CPD where required

NQT sent on PE training course to help hone skills.

Followed by team teaching with PE co-ordinator

PE co-ordinator team teaching with teachers where appropriate

Use “expert” coaches to teach specific skills (eg cricket) and provide teachers with CPD

 

More confident teaching. A bank of resources to enable a varied approach to teaching PE in all its forms

Continually ask staff about needs and send staff on any appropriate courses that become available.

PE co-ordinator to team-teach to support staff.

(4 staff targeted so far this year)

Enter Competitions and attend festivals targeted at different sets of pupils

Enter competitions run by local sports organisations

Enter Level 2 School Games Competitions

Attend festivals aimed at specific groups of pupils

Hire coaches / mini-buses for this purpose

 

More pupils able to compete against their peers at other schools

Pupils more confident when meeting other pupils and when visiting other schools

Pupils motivated to do well in physical activities and to practise to improve their skills

More likely to attend clubs

Regularly

Pupil voice – pupils enjoy taking part in competitions

Improved performance – Reached ¼ finals in football tournament for 1st time this year

Offer a wide variety of after school clubs to meet the interests of all pupils

Use pupil voice to find out the interests and variety of activities that pupils would like to take part in and then offer as many as possible

 

Handball club introduced after pupils request following Sports Week activities

Gymnastics club introduced with trained coach and links to outside club

Greater amount of pupils attending clubs outside school.

80 (1/3) KS2 pupils attending clubs on Wed ( Clubs also run on other days with 30-50 pupils attending)

 

 

Pupils improve skills – both PE and social

Pupils get opportunities to compete that they may not be able to access in any other way

Pupils are linked to outside clubs where appropriate

Pupils have a positive attitude to activity as fun and wish to continue this at High school

Pupils return to visit relating which sports clubs they have joined and if they have been chosen for teams

Offer opportunities for Gifted and Talented pupils to extend their skills

Use specialist coaches to provide extra opportunities for more able pupils to extend their skills

Football coach – every Monday after school from Sept 16

 

More able pupils used as demonstrators, coaches, support in PE lessons

Pupils more prepared when attending competitions

Pupils ready for moving on to High School

Pupils able to gain confidence by helping others

 

 

 

Sports Premium Funding 15/16

Spending at Cranham Primary School

What we did

Impact

Next review

Provided sports coaches for free after-school clubs :-

Zumba

Street dance

Taekwondo

Athletics

Football

Tennis

Basketball

multiskills

 

  1. Wider range of free extra- curricular activities available
  2. Pupils taught by “experts” in their fields
  3. Pupils trying out new activities / sports
  4. Increased interest in competing

Sept 15

Teacher training on new government backed  Level5/6 certificate in Primary school Physical Education Specialism

  1. Greater understanding of how to improve PE throughout school
  2. Pupils interests taken into account and developed

 

Sept 15

Subsidised transport costs to competitions and festivals

  1. Allows us to offer free transport to events
  2. Greater participation for children of all abilities in local events
  3. Increased number of events attended

Sept 15

Provided sports coaches for in-school teaching

Football

Athletics

Dance/ Zumba

Tennis

Swimming

Multi-skills

 

  1. Cpd for teachers
  2. Expert tuition for all pupils in school
  3. Broaden taught PE curriculum

Sept 15

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