Sports Premium

SPORTS PREMIUM MONEY

FINANCIAL YEAR 2015 – 16

The Government has continued to provide Sport Premium Funding to Primary School in 2015 – 16. This funding is ring-fenced for improving the provision for physical education and sport for our pupils.

We have received the following to spend on our pupils:

April 2015                   £3762

September 2015          £5288

Total for 2015/16       £9050

 

How do we intend to spend the money?

Quality Assured Professional Development Support

Specialist Qualified Sports Coaches + Additional Sport /Physical Activities

We use MFC foundation as our primary sports providers, our children are given the very best P.E. training available. After school clubs are regularly attended by 25+ children 3 times a week with a pleasing mix of both boys and girls attending.

From a survey conducted last year over 75% of children attended at least one after school club last year in Key Stage 2. From the start of the P.E. funding, our first aim was to increase the participation of girls in sports. We are already seeing the fruits of this push as girls are regularly attending after school clubs and an increased number have joined out of school sports teams.
We hope to use the skilled coaching of MFC staff to improve the teaching of P.E. from teachers within school and develop a legacy of children who are aware of how to stay fit and healthy.

Healthy Living Day

Part of our premium will go towards a Healthy Living Day where children are educated from a variety of outside agencies on how to stay fit and healthy. From our efforts the school have achieved a Sainsbury’s School Games Silver award.

Sports Competitions

The school performs fantastically at a range of sports. Last year, the children competed in a range of Stockton finals tournaments such as: football, cricket, swimming and cross country, with Rugby a new addition for this year.

 

 

Academic Year 2014/15 Sport Premium

The Government is providing Sport Premium Funding to primary schools for 2014/15.

The funding is ring- fenced for improving the provision for physical education and sport for our pupils.

We have received the following to spend on our pupils:

£9015

How do we intend to spend the money?

Quality Assured Professional Development Support

£900 will go to the School Sports Partnership each year. They provide PE and sport to improve achievement by enabling all children to take part in competitions and festivals. They provide CPD for staff and also provide specialist coaches and links to local community clubs.

Specialist Qualified Sports Coaches

Qualified Sports Coach will be hired to deliver high quality PE lessons across the curriculum with a particular focus on the teaching of dance. Each week PE sessions are planned to ensure children will receive full curriculum breadth and develop as leaders of their own learning.

Sports competitions

Funding will be used towards transport and release time for staff to attend different sporting competitions with local school and league games.

After School Clubs

We hold after school sports clubs on a regular basis to improve pupil fitness and participation. Clubs to be delivered by specialist coaches.

Healthy Eating Day

Each year, part of the funding is used to provide a healthy eating day for the children. This is where outside agencies are brought into school to educate and demonstrate to children the effects of a healthy lifestyle.