PE Grant

PE and Sport Premium 2016 – 2017

Amount received – October 2016

£4818

Amount received – April 2017  £3442
Unspent from previous year  £237
Total  £8497
   
Sports coaching and after school multi-sports club for KS2 (T1, T2, T4, T5, T6 £918.75 per term, T 3 £682.50)  £5276
After school sports club for KS1 from Easter £400
HLTA specialising in sports to provide additional assistance to teachers, allowing: use of off-site sports field, differentiated provision in mixed age classes, organisation of sports day (2 hours per week over 39 weeks) £1200
Supply cover for leading sporting fixtures and to accompany children on sporting events (1 days) £130
Contribution towards transport and dry court costs for use of larger indoor sports hall by KS2 for 8 weeks during terms 3 and 4 £500
Yoga coach for workshops £200
PE equipment checks / maintenance £50
PE equipment  / extra coaching £1000
TOTAL SPEND £8756

Aims for planned spending:

For children:

  • Continue skills development in a wider variety of sports
  • Further engagement of least active children in sports
  • Increased participation in competitive sporting opportunities, particularly for lower KS2 and KS1 children
  • Children more involved in planning and development of sporting opportunities (establish a sports crew)
  • Develop links with local sports clubs

For teachers:

  • Improved subject knowledge in assessment of sports attainment and developing children’s ‘next steps’
  • Greater understanding of how to teach the skills required in different sports
  • Developing teachers skills in engaging those reluctant to participate in sporting opportunities     
Amount received – 1st September 2015 to 31st August 2016 £8264
Spending:  
Sports coaching working alongside primary teachers to develop expertise

After school multi-sports club ½ year KS1, ½ year KS2

£4853
HLTA specialising in sport to provide additional support to teachers, allowing: use of off-site sports field, differentiated provision in mixed age classes, organisation of sports day £1170
Release of PE subject leader to enable children to attend events and competitions e.g. Netball tournament, Hockey tournament, Tag rugby, application for Bronze School sports award. £810
Small schools cluster medals £60
Small schools cluster t-shirts £80
Fencing club contribution to costs to establish fencing club £125
Contribution towards transport and dry court costs for use of larger indoor space by KS2 for 8 weeks during terms 3 and 4 £629
Purchase of Sports kit £300
TOTAL SPEND £8027
Underspend carried forward to next year £237

Impact of spending

For children:

  • Opportunity to access large sports facilities and play competitive games at the local leisure centre
  • Participation in a wider variety of sports e.g. kabaddi, dodgeball, continuation of fencing club, tri-golf
  • Increased participation in and success in competitive sporting opportunities through participation in Cotswold Small Schools Sports Network with a structured competition calendar
  • 1st place in cluster schools tournament, 2nd place in county final for netball
  • Participation by children in Years 3 & 4 in competitive tournament
  • Opportunity for children to compete against similar sized schools, providing a fairer competition
  • 55% of children participating in at least 1 additional hour of sport per week

For teachers:

  • Improved subject knowledge
  • Professional development of sports leader in effective use of Sports funding
  • Better understanding of providing challenge for children in sport

Greater understanding of how to teach the skills required in different sports