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Sports Premium Funding

PRIMARY SCHOOL SPORTS PREMIUM

 

The Government continues to make available a sum of money annually to allow schools to continue to develop sports provision within their school and to help schools increase pupil participation in sporting activity. This funding should continue until the academic year 2019/2020.

The Department of Education have announced that schools will receive for 2017/18, £16000 for the year plus an additional £10 per child in Years 1 to 6. For our school this means a sum of just over £21000 annually.

The Sport Premium Funding is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.

At the Vale School our aims are:

  • Increased participation in competitive sports and inter-school tournaments;

  • Increased opportunity for pupils of all abilities to participate in a range of sports and physical activity;

  • Improved enjoyment in sport and increased uptake of sporting opportunities.

  • Improved resources and facilities for PE and school sport;

  • Improved PE teaching through the development of teachers and other providers;

Please see below details of how the Sports Premium Funding is being spent at our school.

Plan for 2017/18

 


Total number of eligible pupils

558

Carry forward from 2016/17

£4848

First Allocation ( Autumn 17)

£12548

Second Allocation ( Summer 18)

Awaiting

   





Item / Project

Objectives

Estimated cost

West Sussex Sports Association Service Level Agreement

To provide CPD opportunities for staff

To co-ordinate Inter Schools Competition programme

To provide leadership opportunities for children

£2000

Provide professional development training for staff in teaching Dance

To provide training for Vale School staff to teach cross curricular dance across all Key Stages.

£800.00

Provide First Aid training for all staff who manage extra curricular clubs

To ensure sufficient First Aid compliance at all extra curricular sporting competitions and events

£1,000.00

Travel costs to sporting events

To enable pupils to participate in large scale sporting events for enrichment and enjoyment.

£1,500.00

Annual subscription fees;Jonathan Stewart (Jump Start Jonny), British Gymnastic

To encourage pupil physical activity throughout the school day

£500.00

Continue to provide sporting opportunities for all pupils (more able, disabled, etc)

To replace and replenish existing equipment and provide additional resources for a range of sporting activities ( Hockey set of 40 Sticks;shin pads:gumshields:2 goalie set).


To review the PE curriculum to ensure a progression of skills and exposure to wider range of sports (i.e Lacrosse)


To ensure relevant staff are trained in all curricular/extra-curricular sports.

£3,000.00

Purchase specific playground resources.

To encourage pupil physical activity at break times

£1000.00

Painting and Maintenance of the astro field

 

£2500.00

To provide additional after school clubs and access to match events - PE apprenticeship/technician

To ensure a wide range of sporting opportunities are available to children of all abilities

£8500.00

To provide administration support for sporting events

 

£2100

To provide provision for sporting activity during the summer holidays

To enable children to engage in sports and physical activity who otherwise might not be able

£1500

Record of spending by item / project for 2016/2017

 

Total number of eligible pupils

550

Carry forward

£2933.39

November 2016 Allocation

£6250.00

Summer 2017 Allocation

£4465.00

TOTAL FUNDING

£13648.39

Carry forward 17/18

£4848



Item / Project

Cost

Objectives

Impact

West Sussex Sports Association Service Level Agreement

£1,737

To provide CPD opportunities for staff

To co-ordinate Inter Schools Competition programme

To provide leadership opportunities for children

Opportunities for staff to participate in high quality training resulting in skilled teaching of sports in PE and in after school clubs. This resulted in spaces for 917 children (166% of chn school)  to participate in extra-curricular sporting clubs. 530 (96% of chn in school) of which were free. The grant provided 24 training sessions for teachers.


Boccia and New Age Kurling clubs available for DSEN children.

Pupils of all abilities able to access a wide range of sporting competitions. 472 places  available for sporting competitions (86% of children in school could participate). Plus squads for netball competitions (Years 5 & 6) and squads for football fixtures (years 3-6)

3 Sports Leaders leading sporting activities within and outside of school.

Provide professional development training for staff in teaching Dance

£190

To provide training for Vale School staff to teach dance across all Key Stages

  Training provided to support cross-curricular dance planning and activities. To be actioned and implemented in 2017/2018 academic year.

Release time to allow teachers to attend training and sporting events

£2323

   

Provide First Aid training for all staff who manage extra curricular clubs

Nil

  • To ensure sufficient First Aid compliance at all extra curricular sporting competitions and events

Action not completed - brought forward

Travel Costs to Sporting Events

£710








(£990)

  • To enable pupils to participate in large-scale sporting events for enrichment and enjoyment


Parental contribution towards travel costs from previous academic year

All year 2 children were able to participate in the Legacy Games.

Dancers were able to perform in Worthing’s annual dance show at the Pavilion Theatre

Annual subscription fees: Jonathan Stewart (Jump Start Jonny), British Gymnastics

£322.95

  • To offer opportunities for all pupils to engage in physical activity

Maintained high levels of activity throughout the day for children in all year groups

Continue to provide sporting opportunities for all pupils (more able, disabled etc)

Nil

  • To maintain the high level of participation in sport for all pupils

Action Not Completed

Provide training for a playtime play leader. Purchase specific playtime resources.

Nil

  • To encourage pupil physical activity at playtimes

Action Not Completed

Purchase equipment and resources

£4506

  • To replace and replenish existing equipment and provide additional resources for a range of sporting activities

  • To purchase equipment for the new artificial sports field

Various storage solutions purchased to keep PE cupboard tidy and enable easy movement during PE sessions and clubs.

New equipment purchased to replace old/damaged equipment for use in lessons, clubs and at break times.

Dance costumes purchased for participation in annual show.

Tractor for astro and 50% of garage costs to house tractor to enable maintenance of astro to ensure continued use and enjoyment

Total

£8799

   


  1. Clubs Data for 2015-16 Year - Pupil data
  2. WSSA_SLA agreement