Sport Premium Money


St John the Baptist CE VC Primary School

Academic Year 2017-18
Sport Premium Planned Spend

The Government is providing Sport Premium Funding to primary schools again for this year. The funding is ring-fenced for improving the provision for physical education and sport for our pupils. We will receive the following to spend on our pupils: £8835

How do we intend to spend this money?
Quality Assured Professional Development Support

£883 (10%) will go to School Sports Partnership this year to buy in at Gold level package.

The work of the Schools Sport Partnership can be divided into a number of key areas:

Using PE & Sport to inspire and be used as a mechanism to raise achievement.
To enable every young person to enjoy and take part in a variety of competitions and festivals.
Connecting schools to club sport including links to local coaches and community provision.
Supporting the development of young leaders and volunteers.
Embedding the values of Sainsbury’s School Games and supporting schools to achieve the Sainsbury’s School Games Mark.
To provide CPD opportunities to upskill school staff.
To support schools in the development of Health & Well-being opportunities.
Sport Competitions

£500 towards buses and release time for staff to attend different sporting competitions with local schools within our cluster.
£1248 to pay for a TA to run some competitive sports activities every lunchtime.
£1248 to pay for TA staff to run after school clubs to promote competitive sports.
Supporting Professional Development Opportunities

£500 will enable us to send staff on additional training courses as identified through the appraisal system.
Additional Sport/Physical Activities at lunchtimes

£4,275 to be spent on sports coaches to enhance the range of opportunities available at lunchtimes to improve pupil fitness and participation. Every day there will be different sporting clubs – run by Sporting Chance. Activities include street dance, table tennis, basketball, football, cricket and hockey.

£200 for equipment to promote activities at lunchtimes.

The total spend comes to £8854 and the difference will be met by school budget.


St John the Baptist CE VC Primary School

Academic Year 2016-17

Sport Premium and Planned Spend and Impact Statement

The Government is providing Sport Premium Funding to primary schools again for this year.The funding is ring-fenced for improving the provision for physical education and sport for our pupils. We will receive the following to spend on our pupils: £8835

How do we intend to spend this money?Impact
Quality Assured Professional Development Support

£883 (10%) will go to the School Sports Partnership to buy in the Gold level package. This work is divided into key areas such as inspiring and raising achievement, taking part in competitions and festivals, supporting the development of volunteers, providing CPD to schools
A range of staff have attended CPD and been able to bring new ideas back to enthuse children:

EYFS training

Orienteering training for 2 staff (leading to competition)

Health and well-being 2 sessions of training
Sport Competitions

£500 towards buses and release time for staff to attend different sporting competitions with local schools within our cluster.

TA to increase competitive sports at lunchtime (£1248)

TA to run after school clubs (free to children)

£1248
EY sports festival for Rec class

KS1 sports festival

Y5/6 children attended sports leadership course

FA skills coach for Y4 and Y5

Y2 children to Katie Morag

Go Run for Fun attended

Y4/5 orienteering competition

Y5 attended swimming gala

Children have been motivated and enjoyed competitions they have taken part in.
Supporting Professional Development Opportunities

£500 will enable us to send staff on additional training courses as identified through the appraisal system.
Staff have taught a wider range of different sporting lessons and feel more confident. Good practice is shared at staff meetings or through the Learning Platform.
Additional Sport/Physical Activities
(particularly at lunchtimes)

Resources:
£200 to be spent on equipment to enhance the range of opportunities available at lunchtimes to improve pupil fitness and participation.

Staffing:
£4275
Every day there is a different sporting club – run by Sporting Chance. Activities include street dance, table tennis, basketball, football, cricket and hockey.
Judo session for whole school to promote fitness and enjoyment – enjoyed by everyone.

The children are more engaged at lunchtime and enjoy the different activities on offer. There are fewer problems at lunchtimes as children are more engaged and motivated.