Sports premium 2015-16 statement

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Sports premium 2015-16 statement
Sports Premium Expenditure
Objectives – Sports Premium grant expenditure
Our vision at Park Infant School is that all children enjoy and develop positive attitudes to
Physical Education and sport.
Through Physical Education and sport we aim to: Improve fitness, health and well-being.
 Promote active participation and lifelong learning.
 Allow each child to fulfil their potential.
The school receives additional funds to support the development of Physical Education and
Sport in school (Sport Premium).
The four objectives of the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding are:
 To improve the quality of existing PE teaching through continuing professional
learning in PE for generalists, so that all primary pupils improve their health, skills
and physical literacy, and have broader exposure to a range of sports
 To increase participation levels in competitive sport and healthy activity of pupils,
and maintain these into adolescence
 To increase the quality of initial teacher training in PE and sport, and to promote
PE specialisation in primary level workforce
 For schools to show that they understand and value the benefits of high quality
PE and sport, including its use as a tool for whole school improvement
2014/15
Total amount of Sports Premium received
Area
Aim
Southfield School
Sports Coordinator
Support Package
To provide
consistently high
quality PE lessons
across the school.
SSSC facilitates
participation in interschool sport
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£8650
Cost
£4000
Impact
3 teachers received CPD
from the SSSC teaching in
Real PE, contributing to
increased confidence in
teaching the PE curriculum.
Increased participation in
inter school sports (Kettering
Dance Festival).
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Purchase of
sports
equipment
To respond to an
audit of PE
equipment and the
recommendations
made.
PE subject leader
release time.
To allow the PE
leader sufficient time
to audit resources
and plan for whole
school development
of skills – 4/6/15
Whole school long
term plan developed
To ensure that the
curriculum is well
planned with
progression of skills
throughout the
school identified
Life Education Bus
Each class to have a
session on the Life
Education bus to
learn about healthy
lifestyles
Coach
To allow children to
access sport
activities with other
schools.
PE co-ordinator to
attend
Northamptonshire
PE Conference (1
day)
PE conference
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£276
£165
£165
£670
Appropriate equipment is
available for lessons
whenever needed.
Well-structured PE
curriculum meets the needs
of the pupils.
Progression of skills across
the school is well planned
for.
Staff have increased their
confidence in delivering PE.
Planning is more thorough
and skills well taught and
relevant to the age of the
pupil.
Increased awareness of
healthy lifestyles.
£75
Increased participation in
inter school sports
£360
Further advice and guidance
on developing an integrated
and inclusive approach to
physical education, school
sport and physical activity for
every child whilst extending
the support for health and
well-being in schools.
13/08/2017
2015/16
Total amount of Sports Premium
Area
Aim
Southfield School
Sports Coordinator
Support Package
To provide
consistently high
quality PE lessons
across the school.
£8890
Cost
£2000
SSSC facilitates
participation in interschool sport
PE subject leader
release time.
To allow the PE
leader sufficient time
to monitor lessons
and plan for whole
school development
of skills
Staffing
To contribute
towards the cost of a
playground leader to
help ensure children
have the opportunity
to take part in
sporting activities at
lunchtime.
Life Education Bus
Each class to have a
session on the Life
Education bus to
learn about healthy
lifestyles
Participate in KSSP
competitions
Dance Festival
Hockey Festival
+ 3 other events yet
to be arranged.
Pupils to become
more engaged in
and enjoy physical
activity with their
peers.
Change4life club
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Impact
Teachers to access CPD
from the SSSC teaching in
Real PE, contributing to
increased confidence in
teaching the PE curriculum.
Increased participation in
inter school sports (Kettering
Dance Festival).
£1000 (9
sessions –
cover
required)
£4000
PE lessons will be monitored
on a regular basis. PE leader
will identify any areas for
CPD.
PE lead will ensure
development of skills through
the school.
Pupil will report that they
enjoy the activities, and lunch
staff will report that the
children (including any
targeted children) are more
active.
£670
Increased awareness of
healthy lifestyles.
£500
(coaches)
Increased participation sports
with other schools.
£90 (course
fee)
Increased participation in
exercise for targeted
children.
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After school clubs
Healthier Child
Project
Well-being week
5 a day
PE conference
Increase in amount
of after school clubs
to be offered to
children.
Tailored 1:1 support
for schools including
guided selfassessments and
action plans to help
them improve Health
& Wellbeing within
the school
community.
Focus on teeth
brushing, mental
health, ant-bullying,
sleep & head lice
Purchase 5 a day an online fitness
resource. 5 minute
exercise routines
and language
learning resources to
be used twice a day.
PE co-ordinator to
attend
Northamptonshire
PE Conference (1
day)
Total predicted cost
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£0
After school sports clubs
increased from 2 (2014/15)
to 5 (2015/16).
£250 (cover
time)
Free support and advice on
health, physical activity and
wellbeing for the school by
the school’s dedicated
Healthy Child Advisor.
Help children perform better
through schemes of
wellbeing and behaviour
management
Pupils become more aware
of themselves and what
makes them happy and
healthy.
Increased participation in
exercise for all children.
£100
(contribution
to printing
leaflets)
£120
£50 course
fee + £150
supply cover
Advice and guidance on
developing an integrated and
inclusive approach to
physical education, school
sport and physical activity for
every child.
£8930
13/08/2017

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