SPORT PREMIUM STATEMENT AND REVIEW 2015 – 2016

What is ‘Sport Premium’ funding?

In April 2013, the Government announced new funding of £150 million for Physical Education (PE) and Sport – often referred to as a ‘Sport Premium’.  This funding is to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision in schools. For the academic year 2015-2016, our funding will be £9,045.

Current Provision

We are proud of the current PE curriculum provision at our school and of the wealth of extra-curricular opportunities that we provide for our pupils. Our teachers work alongside PE specialists from Nene Park Academy to plan and team-teach weekly PE lessons and we employ a specialist sports coach who works one day a week in school to enrich our sports provision. Sporting Clubs include football, netball, street dance, gymnastics and multi sports. Our football and netball teams compete regularly with other schools and our half-termly inter-house sporting competitions encourage all children to participate in a wide range of competitive sporting activities including ultimate frisbee, dodgeball, benchball, and tri golf . All children in Years 5 and 6 take a course of at least 10 swimming lessons. Children in Years 3 and 4 currently have 3 taster swimming sessions.  

Amount of Sport Premium allocated to us for the academic year 2015-2016                              TOTAL – £9.045    
We are using this funding to: Approximate costings Intended Impact Actual spend Actual Impact
Continue with another yearlong service level agreement with Nene Park Academy. Its PE and sport offering  includes: weekly planning/ team-teaching/modelling of PE lessons, subject leader support, CPD sessions, invitations to primary sports events/ competitions held at NPA. £5,000   ·         All children will access high quality teaching. ·         CPD vehicle to up-skill teaching staff. ·         All children will access a variety of specialist sports and specific areas of sporting expertise.   ·         All teachers will be advised on PE curriculum, risk assessments, schemes of work and lesson planning throughout the school.           £5,000 The quality of our PE lessons is good and the range of sports covered as part of our curriculum is now broader.   Teachers and Teaching Assistants report increased confidence in developing skills.
Contribute towards swimming provision. £600 ·         All children will achieve end of Key stage 2 expected levels. £2,032 All Upper School children developed skills and water confidence. Years 3 and 4 taster sessions highlighted the fact that the majority of our Lower School pupils cannot swim 10m. Therefore we plan to offer 6 swimming sessions to each class next academic year.
Employ a specialist sports coach to work with/model to teachers during PE lessons and improve the quality of PE and range of sporting opportunities during enrichment sessions. £3,800 ·         All children will have the opportunity to participate in competitive sport and activities.           £2,300 All children have had an extra PE session in enrichment sessions, experiencing an extra-curricular sport.
Contribute towards sports coaches for after school clubs. £300 ·         Increase the number of after-school sports clubs encouraging more children to attend (street dance, gymnastics, multi-sports)            £300   More after-school clubs covering a wider range of sports are on offer to the children. These include street dance, archery and gymnastics. The number of children attending sports based after-school clubs has increased. We aim to enrol all disadvantaged pupisl in an extra -curricular club next academic year. Pupil Premium funding will also support this.  
Subsidise transporting of children to events/ competitions.          £300 ·         All children involved in sporting teams will be able to participate in events throughout the year without the need to rely on parent or staff involvement during the school day.  £100 All year groups attended at least one competitive event at Nene Park academy, football and netball teams competed against other school.
            £9,732  

   

SPORT PREMIUM STATEMENT 2016 – 2017

What is ‘Sport Premium’ funding?

In April 2013 the Government announced new funding of £150 million for Physical Education (PE) and Sport – often referred to as a ‘Sport Premium’.  This funding is to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision. For the academic year 2016-2017 our funding will be £9,106.  

Current Provision

We are proud of the current PE curriculum provision at our school and of the wealth of extra-curricular opportunities that we provide for our pupils. Our teachers work alongside PE specialists from Nene Park Academy to plan and team-teach weekly PE lessons and we employ a specialist sports coach who works one day a week in school to enrich our sports provision. Sporting Clubs include football, netball, street dance, gymnastics and multi sports. Our football and netball teams compete regularly with other schools and our half termly inter-house sporting competitions encourage all children to participate in a wide range of competitive sporting activities including ultimate frisbee, dodgeball, benchball, and tri golf .  Following review of last year’s impact of spending, all children in school will take a course of at least 6 swimming lessons this year.  

Amount of Sport Premium allocated to us for the academic year 2016-2017 TOTAL – £9,106
We are using this funding to: Approximate costings Impact
·         Continue with another yearlong service level agreement with Nene Park Academy. Its PE and sport offering includes: weekly planning/ team teaching/modelling of PE lessons, subject leader support, CPD sessions, invitations to primary sports events/ competitions held at NPA. £5,000   ·         All children will access high quality teaching.. ·         CPD vehicle to up-skill teaching staff. ·         All children will access a variety of specialist sports and specific areas of sporting expertise. ·         Advice on PE curriculum, risk assessments, schemes of work and lesson planning throughout the school.
·         Contribute towards swimming provision. £1,700 ·         All children will achieve end of Key stage 2 expected levels.
·         Employ a specialist sports coach to work with/model to teachers during PE lessons and improve the quality of PE during enrichment sessions. £2,300 ·         All children will have the opportunity to participate in competitive sport and activities.  
·         Contribute towards sports coaches. £100 ·         Increase the number of after-school sports clubs encouraging more children to attend (street dance, gymnastics, multi-sports)