What is the Sports Premium?
The Government is providing £150 million per academic year until 2016 (to be reviewed). This is to provide new and substantial primary school sports funding. This funding is jointly provided by the Department of Education, Health and Culture, and Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.
What does this mean for schools?
- Funding for every school with primary aged pupils
- A lump sum with per-pupil-top-up
- Funding to be provided to schools for academic years 2013-14 and 2014-15
- Funding only to be spent on PE and school sports
- Tougher assessment of sport via OFSTED
- New provision as part of teacher training
- Annual survey to report against expenditure and impacts
We think this is great news to improve the opportunities and experiences for our children.
Our aims for the use of Sports Premium Funding are:
To develop competitive opportunities for children
Attending sporting festivals, netball and cricket and tag rugby
Clyst Vale Sports partnership events
Inter-house competitions in the summer term
(funding mainly used to cover cost of transporting the children to these events)
To focus on Health and Fitness
Specific ‘Health Related Fitness’ Modules in KS 2 part of Science and PSHE
Fitness Training in Years 5 and 6.
Year 5/6 children to run active energy club for year 1 children.
Golden Mile being set up by Premier Sport to measure health and the impact of increased activity through Sports Leaders logging distance run by the children and possibly parents!!
To develop traditional competitive sports
Girls Extra curriculum football coaching
running and sports club run by a parent
Year 2/3 curriculum gymnastics club
Year 5/6 Extra curriculum football club at lunchtimes
staff working alongside specialist providers
To provide continuous professional development for Teachers
Teachers observing and teaching alongside specialist and experienced coaches.
Babcock providing training for all staff across the school, 2 years of CPD paid for with the Premium Funding to cover all aspects of the PE curriculum including a focus on Fun Fit to enable Teaching Assistants (TA) to run intervention groups. Funding being used to increase TA hours, to enable the delivery.
PE co-ordinator receiving level 6 PE course in Year 1 and to focus on assessment and progression
To promote active lunchtimes
Professional Development given to Mealtime Assistants
Circus skills workshop booked, will train MTA and Year 5 children to run weekly club
To update and increase the range of equipment
Improved storage of equipment.
Consultation with staff as to required equipment.
New nest of boxes to extend Gymnastics.
Replacement of outdated equipment
To monitor the curriculum
To ensure continuity and progression.
Modified according to needs of classes.
Assessment to be more closely monitored to track impact