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Primary Physical Education and Sports Premium

 

What is the sports premium?

 

The Government has announced that the Sports premium will now continue until 2020.  This funding provided jointly by the Department for Education, Health and Culture, Media and sport will be allocated to primary schools and this money must be used to improve the provision of PE, games and school sport.

 

Purpose of the funding:

 

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.  The funding should ensure:

 

· The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity, encouraging healthy active lifestyles.

· The profile of PE and sport is raised across the schools and is used as a tool for whole school improvement.

· Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.

· A broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

· Increased participation in competitive sport.

 

Possible uses for the funding include:

 

· Hiring qualified coaches to work with teachers

· Providing existing staff with training and/or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively

· Introducing new sports and activities

· Running sports clubs and activities

· Increasing pupil participation in school competitions

 

 

Aims for our funding:

 

PE and sport play are very important for our school, especially with our limited external space.  We aim to:

 

· Provide increased opportunities for all children regardless of sporting ability.

· Increase opportunities to compete in competitive sport at all levels

· Develop teachers skills

 

With our sports funding income of £18,720 we supported school sport in 2017/18 in the following ways:

 

Support

Total

Cost

Notes

Greenacre Sports Partnership

£750

Membership of Hub for provision of local coaches to work alongside staff and pupils providing opportunities for pupils to have high quality coaching and staff to receive professional development

After School Clubs x 12

£3,600

 

Day of Sport

£350

Greenacre hosting

Swimming

£500

Lane hire and coaches and year 6 catch up

Equipment

£3,000

Replaced equipment and improved provision

Balanceability x 3

£660

Balance bikes for KS1 children

Costs for organising sports events and attending events

£7,000

Medway Mini Youth Games tournaments.  Contribution to salary costs. Minibus hire

Misc

£200

Sports events

Costs for organising sports events and attending events

£4,360

Medway Mini Youth Games tournaments.  Contribution to salary costs.

Pupil sports kits £1,000  
Misc £1,860  

 

With an estimated sports funding income of £18,720 we supported school sport in 2018/19 in the following ways:

 

Support

Total Cost

Notes

Greenacre Sports Partnership Compulsory basic GSP annual membership fee

£550

Membership of Hub for provision of local coaches to work alongside staff and pupils providing opportunities for pupils to have high quality coaching and staff to receive professional development

Costs for organising sports events and attending events through Greenacre competition package

£5,500

Medway Mini Youth Games tournaments.  Contribution to salary costs. Minibus hire

Instillation of outdoors gym equipment

£12,000

Gym equipment will be available for supported sessions as part of PE and also to promote active and healthy lifestyle choices at playtime and lunchtimes.

Swimming

£500

Lane hire and coaches for year 6 catch up

Equipment and sports days

£150

Upkeep of equipment used for extra-curricular clubs and sports days.

 

 

September 2017 to August 2018 competitions entered:

Date

Sport

Placed

 

19/10/2017

Hockey

5/42

02/11/2017

Basketball

22/42

23/11/2017

Badminton

26/28

08/02/2018

Table Tennis

17/30

08/03/2018

Tag Rugby

25/35

15/03/2018

Infant Agility

10/12

20/03/2018

Handball

11/12

08/05/2018

Night of Champions Hockey

 

24/05/2018

Cricket

 

07/06/2018

Football

38/42

26/06/2018

Athletics

 

 

Unfortunately, although we had hoped to enter all competitions last year we were unable to due to staff shortage and lack of transportation to events.  This problem has been rectified this year through the purchase of the competition package with Greenacre partnership.

 

September 2018 to August 2019 Competitions entered:

Date Sport Placed
18th October 2018 Hockey 17th
22nd  November 2018 Badminton  
14th February 2019 Table Tennis  
14th February 2019 Tag Rugby  
4th April 2019 Netball  
23rd May 2019 Kwik Cricket  
6th June 2019 Football  
25th June 2019 Athletics  
     

 

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