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Sport Premium

                                                    

The Sport Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools following the Olympic Games held in 2012. The idea was to ensure that schools played their part in ensuring an Olympic Legacy. All schools are required to report on the amount of funding received and how this is being used. Once information is available, the impact of the funding should also be reported.

                                                                                

For more details on the Sport Premium please visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/policies/getting-more-people-playing-sport/supporting-pages/school-pe-and-sport-funding

 

Allocation 2013-2014

£9,780

 

Brought Forward from 2012-2013

£0

 

Total Allocation

£9,780

 

 

Strategy

Objective

Cost

Impact

Contribute to Deanes School Sports Partnership.

Ensure staff have access to training and co-ordination of sports events.

Bronze Package Deanes

£1,000

 

Stabilise PE and Sports provision with training as needed.

Improve Choice of School Sport by offering free after school clubs in handball, dodge-ball, cricket, cross country, mini-games etc.

To provide pupils greater choice of activity in after school clubs.

Employing of dedicated support staff to deliver interventions.

£8765

 

 

Wider range of children attending after school clubs.

Change for Life – Run a lunchtime club to promote getting active in Year 3 and Year 4.

To provide physical fitness programme to children who are identified as lacking fitness and desire to engage in sport.

£400

 

Children more likely to continue in sport if engaged at an early age in time to join school team sports.

Attend more sporting events by employing  covering staff so children can attend supervised.

Raise profile of sport in the school by being part of the competition framework.

£378

 

School entered more events than previously.

Total Spend

£10,543

 

Carry Forward 2014-2015

£0

 

 

 

 

Outcomes for those supported by the sport premium 2013-2014.

The number of sports clubs increased dramatically in 2013-2014. Wider access was provided so children could engage in sporting activity. The booster sessions also enabled children with higher ability or lacking confidence to take part in Sport. However, the variety of activity taking part caused some confusion as to who organises events. This will be consolidated and clarified in 2014-2015.

 

 

Allocation 2014-2015

£9800

 

Brought Forward from 2012-2013

£0

 

Total Allocation

£9800

 

 

 

Strategy

Objective

Cost

Impact

Specialist Instructor to be placed  on Degree Course.

 

To widen subject knowledge of sport and improve delivery for all children.

Open University Degree.

£1000

Wider range of sports offered to children to ensure all take part.

Co-ordinator to train to be Sports Partnership Leader.

To improve co-ordination of sport and PE across the school and sports partnership.

Bronze Package Deanes

£1,250

 

Keep a clear focus on school offer and ensure children engage with the wider community of children.

All Staff to sit in PE Session to ensure up to date subject knowledge. ITT and NQT Staff to teach required number of sessions alongside and independent of the instructor to meet qualification criteria.

 

Ensure all staff keep in touch with the requirements of PE and can deliver a session as required.

As above

Reduce the need for specialist cover when the instructor takes children to an event.

Widens the number of staff that can attend an event with sufficient knowledge to play a part.

Children will participate in competitive festivals and intra-school competitions focusing on their area of expertise and developing skills

To establish the school and its children as a school that plays a full part in competitive sport.

£300

Parents recognise their children are taking part in the sporting community.

Consolidate School Sports Clubs to link with events

To increase the chance for success in sport and build belief that children can succeed.

£7750

Gives a greater chance of success in intra-school sports.

Instructor to target high and low achievers in PE and run a booster session for children.

To ensure all children progress at their maximum capacity for improvement.

Provide specific activities such as sit down volleyball to enhance enjoyment.

Improved progress and healthier lifestyles promoted.

Change for Life – Run a lunchtime club to promote getting active in Year 3 and Year 4.

To provide physical fitness programme to children who are identified as lacking fitness and desire to engage in sport.

£400

 

Children less likely to continue sport engaged at an early age in time to join school team sports.

Equipment Audit and purchase of different equipment as needed to extend the range of activities we can offer.

Ensure quality equipment is available for all aspects of sport and PE

See sports clubs above

Increase participation by offering alternatives to usual sports such as archery, javelin, sitting volleyball, etc

Total Spend

£10700

 

Carry Forward 2015-2016

 

 

 




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