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Sports Premium Expenditure and Outcomes 2013-2016

 

What is the ‘Sports Premium’?

 

Every primary school in England will receive £8000 of Government funding p.a. for the two school years 2013/14, 2014/15, plus £5 per pupil.

 

Purpose of Funding

 

Schools will have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this. Possible uses for the funding include:

 

·         hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE

 

·         new or additional Change4Life sport clubs

 

·         paying for staff professional development opportunities in PE/sport

 

·         providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE/sport

 

·         running sport competitions or increasing participation in school games

 

·         buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE/sport

 

·         providing places for pupils at after school sport clubs and holiday clubs.

 

 

 ‘The Sport Premium Funding will be ring fenced and must be used to enhance the quality and quantity of PE and sport.  The funding can be used for teacher training, specialist sports coaching, after school clubs and school competitions.  Ofsted will ensure that school inspectors give attention to PE and sport when they visit schools as well as undertaking surveys to gather evidence on how schools are using this new resource in order to show best practice.  Schools will report to parents on their sports offer and how they have used this additional resource to ensure that the investment is well spent.’                                             Department For Education, Health, Culture, Media and Sport

 

 

Woolavington Village Primary School acknowledges the responsibility of using the Sports Premium  Funding effectively to maximise its impact and effect over the two years that it is available.

 

 

Allocation 2013/14

 

£8000.00 plus £5.00 per child.

 

The school received £5642 in the financial year 2013-14.

 

During this period Woolavington Village Primary School has used this grant to improve the quality of sport and PE provision at our school. Our vision is to create a culture that encourages all our children to be active and have positive attitudes towards physical activity and healthy lifestyles.

 

The funding will develop a programme which includes high quality physical education as part of the curriculum; enough competitive school sport opportunities for those children who want to take part; a variety of after school sporting opportunities across all ages, as well as increasing children’s understanding of what constitutes a healthy lifestyle, prioritising the benefits of physical activity and healthy eating.

 

We believe high quality physical education and school sport will contribute to a range of outcomes for our children. Not only does it equip young people with the skills to talk about the effects of physical activity, it also supports their physical development, movement skills and body confidence whilst contributing to their physical, mental and social well-being.


 

Expenditure 2013/14

 

The school’s Sports Premium Funding has been used to offer the following:

 

·         £850 has been allocated to providing specialist swimming coaches at Chilton Pool

 

·         £3,400 has been allocated to providing specialist sports coaches to work alongside class teachers

 

·         £1,280 has been allocated to providing specialist sports coaches to deliver after school sports clubs

 

·         £100 has been spent on a Basic Skills Sports Club for the Year 1 children

 

·         £670 has been allocated to providing a Life Education Programme to all children

 

·         £400 has been allocated to providing a Healthy Living Programme to children in Conker class (Reception) and Maple class (Year 5).

 

 

Developments 2013/14

 

These developments in Woolavington Village Primary School’s PE and school sport have taken place this academic year:

 

·         12 children from Years 4, 5 and 6 participated in the Sedgemoor District Swimming Gala.

 

·         The football team have participated in the 2 Sedgemoor District Football Tournaments.

 

·         88 children across the school have competed in after school sports clubs.

 

·         All lunchtime supervisors received training from the ‘Engage To Compete’ programme to improve the delivery of playground activities/games at lunch times.

 

·         24 children from Years 5 & 6 have received ‘Playground Leader’ training from the ‘Engage To Compete’ programme and are actively leading playground games at break & lunch times.

 

·         All classes participated in the ‘Engage To Compete Legacy Roadshow’, completing a variety of challenging individual & team events.

 

·         All children at Woolavington continue to receive 12 weeks of coached swimming lessons.

 

·         All teaching staff have observed 12 weeks of specialist sports coaching, providing enhanced CPD opportunities, provided by PH Sports Coaching. Staff selected sports where they felt they required further professional development.

 

·         PE staff meeting provided CPD; introduction of new equipment, PH Sports Coaching, ensuring PE retains a high profile.

 

·         All staff and children will participate in the Sports Relief charity event. Events will include: whole school dance routine, to include parents,  all staff and children running a set distance on the school field, judo and wheelchair basketball demonstrations, healthy eating stalls.

 

·         New football and rounders kits provided by FOWS (Friends of Woolavington School)

 

·         Regular sporting updates in school newsletters.

 

 

Impact 2013/14

 

·         Number of children attending after school sporting clubs and being physically active has risen.  48% of children attended an after school sporting club. 184 places were signed up by children for after-school sporting clubs across all year groups, across 5 different sports. Evidenced by KPI documents &  club registers.

 

·         83% of teaching staff have rated the coaching provided by PH Sports as good or better and 71% of teaching staff have stated that they have gained new ideas and developed their teaching of PE as a direct result of working alongside the coaches. Evidenced by staff questionnaires.

 

·         Children in Year R and Year 5 have a greater awareness of what constitutes ‘healthy living’ following the healthy living programme they received from SASP. Evidenced by a display board of knowledge in the school hall for all children to use.

 

·         The feedback report from Life education following the life bus visit states that children were ‘enthusiastic about their learning’, ‘participated especially well in discussions and activities’ and were ‘eager to ask questions’. Some pupils were able to consider the importance of making appropriate choices to keep the body healthy and maintain friendships. Children in the Little Willows nursery class made ‘sensible and thoughtful contributions’ during their session.

 

·         Observations of the basic skills sessions for Year 1 children showed that children were making progress within the lesson and building on previously taught skills. Children were keen to try new ideas, that extended their learning, and they responded well to taught skills.

 

·         Children in Willow and Maple class received specialist cricket coaching through membership to the Somerset Cricket association.

 

·         All children received 12 weeks of swimming coaching at Chilton Trinity pool. This was a transitional year with a new swimming programme being introduced for the first time.

 

Allocation 2014/15

 

£8000.00 plus £5.00 per child.

 

During this period Woolavington Village Primary School has used this grant to improve the quality of sport and PE provision at our school. Our vision is to create a culture that encourages all our children to be active and have positive attitudes towards physical activity and healthy lifestyles.

 

The funding will develop a programme which includes high quality physical education as part of the curriculum; enough competitive school sport opportunities for those children who want to take part; a variety of after school sporting opportunities across all ages, as well as increasing children’s understanding of what constitutes a healthy lifestyle, prioritising the benefits of physical activity and healthy eating.

 

We believe high quality physical education and school sport will contribute to a range of outcomes for our children. Not only does it equip young people with the skills to talk about the effects of physical activity, it also supports their physical development, movement skills and body confidence whilst contributing to their physical, mental and social well-being.

 

 

Expenditure 2014/15

 

The school’s Sports Premium Funding has been used to offer the following:

 

·         £1511 has been allocated to providing specialist swimming coaches at Chilton Pool with an extra contribution to transport costs.

 

·         £3,400 has been allocated to providing specialist sports coaches to work alongside class teachers in delivering Physical Education lessons.

 

·         £1,080 has been allocated to providing specialist sports coaches to deliver after school sports clubs.

 

·         £1837.50 has been allocated to specialist judo lessons for all children. Providing improved confidence, discipline and a new sport for all children to participate in.

 

·         £207.65 has been allocated to providing a physical literacy programme of exercises for the EYFS designed to teach co-ordination and key motor skills with confidence and to promote social, personal as well as physical development.

 

·         £300 has been allocated to the Golden Mile health & physical activity initiative that rewards personal achievement, allows for pupil leadership and encourages healthy competition.

 

·         £150 has been allocated to provide improved PE resources within the school.

 

 

 

Developments 2014/15

 

·         The football team have participated in the small schools Sedgemoor District Football Tournament

 

 

 

 

Sports Premium Expenditure 2015 – 2016

 

What is “Sports Premium”?

Every Primary School in England will receive £8000 of Government funding per annum for the school  year 2015 – 2016 and 2016 -2017, plus £5 per pupil.

 

Purpose of the Premium

The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, in the 2015 to 2016 academic year, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.

Schools have the freedom to decide how to spend the sport funding and possible uses might include:

  • Hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified spoorts coaches to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE

  • New or additional Change4Life sports clubs

  • Paying for staff professional development

  • Running sports competitions

  • Providing places for pupils at after school sports clubs and holiday clubs

 

Woolavington Village Primary School acknowledges the responsibility of using the Sports premium funding effectively to maximise its impact and effect over the year that it is available.

 

Allocation 2015 -2016

£8000 plus £5 per child

The school received £8,850 in the financial year 2015-2016

During this period Woolavington Village Primary School has used this grant to improve the quality of sport and PE provision at our school. Our vision is to create a culture that encourages all our children to be active and have a positive attitude towards physical activity and healthy lifestyles.

The funding will develop a programme which includes high quality physical education as part of the curriculum; enough competitive school sport opportunities for those children who want to take part ; a variety of after school sporting opportunities across a range of ages, as well as increasing children’s understanding of what constitutes a healthy lifestyle, prioritising the benefits of physical activity and healthy eating.

 

Expenditure 2015 - 2016

The school’s sports premium funding has been allocated as follows:

  • Provision of specialist swimming coaches at Chilton Pool

  • Provision of specialist sportscoaches working alongside teaching staff as part of their continuing professional development

  • Provision of specialist sports coaches to carry out after school clubs

  • Support with an inclusive Sports day

  • Chance to shine County cricket involvement with the school.

Impact 2015 - 2016

Pupil questionnaires and the  increased percentage of children inn sports clubs is currently being collated to assess impact.

The number of children attending after school sporting clubs and being physically active last year has remained stable. 44 children attended an after school sporting club , across 5 different sports. Evidenced by club registers and sporting questionnaires.

 

· 100% of teaching staff have rated the coaching provided by Pro coaching as good or better and 50% of teaching staff have stated that they have gained new ideas and developed their teaching of PE as a direct result of working alongside the coaches. Evidenced by staff questionnaires.

 

· All children have a greater awareness of what constitutes ‘healthy living’ following the Change4Life packs and initiatives. After school football, netball, rounders' and cricket have been enthusiastically taken up as after school clubs as well as a Key Stage 1 multi skill club.

 

  • The Somerset cricket Board coached year 4, 5 and 6 in cricket skills during the Summer term boosting skills and interest in the sport and this was over and above school sports lessons.
  • All children received 12 weeks of swimming coaching at Chilton Trinity pool. Next year swimming will be carried out at Burnham on Sea pool.

 

 


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