Sports Premium

 

What is the Sports Premium?

The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for the next three academic years to improve the provision of Physical Education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and has been allocated to primary school head teachers. This funding is ring fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

 

 

Funding amount received

 

2013/14 £9,575

 

2014/15 £10,077

 

2015/16 £10,085

 

2016/17 £10,085

 

2017/18 £20,480

How the funding was spent

1-     Joined the Richmond School Sports Partnership (RSSP).

2-     PE Curricula Lead Training x6 days.

3-     Sport Impact evaluation of PE lessons. Modelling and discussions with KS1 class teachers x2 days.

4-     KS1/2 staff external training.

1-     Re-Joined the RSSP

2-     PE Curricula Lead Training x3 days.

3-     Sport Impact Inset training for whole staff x2 days.

4-     Bought into the Create Development Program for EYFS/KS1.

5-     Purchase of lacrosse equipment.

6-     Remarking of netball court.

1-     Re-Joined the RSSP £1000

2-     LBRuT Sports Development SLA
£850

3-     Employment of Sports Co-ordinator £4963

4-    Equipment £2475

5-     Training & Development £797

1-     Re-Joined the RSSP £1000

2-     LBRuT Sports Development SLA
£850

3-     Employment of Sports Co-ordinator £4963

4-     Equipment £315

 

1      Re-Joined the RSSP £1000

2-     LBRuT Sports Development SLA
£850

3-     Employment of Sports Co-ordinator £

4-     Equipment £

 

Impact on pupils’ in PE/Sport

1-     Year 5/6 pupils’ competitive opportunities increased entering borough wide football and swimming tournaments.

2-     The increased PE curriculum knowledge of the PE Curricula Lead led to a change in the progression of sports through the key stages. Pupils felt challenged and learnt new skills.

3-     The assessment and observation alongside Sport Impact identified good practise and allowed staff to discuss schemes of work. Pupils were exposed to high quality sports coaching which filtered into reviewed lesson plans.

4-     Pupils’ were introduced to a range of effective warm-up activities to prepare them for specific activities led by confident staff.

1-     Year 5/6 pupils’ competitive opportunities increased entering borough wide football, swimming, cross-country and basketball tournaments.

2-     The increased PE curriculum knowledge of the PE Curricula Lead led to a change in the progression of sports through the key stages. A sports Leader club was started, KS2 pupils taught and encouraged KS1 pupils leading to an increase in confidence, social skills and leadership qualities.

3-     Pupils ‘were involved in new activities focussed on fundamental skills and improving performance.

4-     KS1 pupils focussed on fundamental skills relevant to a variety of sports. Pupils’ confidence in their ability increased.

5-     Year 6 pupils’ sports knowledge was broadened with the introduction of lacrosse. Pupils were able to use generic skills to adapt to the game.

6-     KS2 pupils could join netball club and practise game specific rules.

 

1/2 - Increased KS2          competitive opportunities entering borough wide football, swimming, cross-country, basketball and netball tournaments.

3      15 extra-curricular sports clubs offered with 115 pupils attending

4      Pupils used a wide range of appropriate equipment for their lessons. More pupils had more equipment at any one time leading to increased skill level.

5      New members of staff received PE training ensuring all pupils had a consistent PE approach.

 

 

1/2 - Increased KS2 competitive opportunities entering borough wide football, swimming, cross-country, basketball, netball and rugby tournaments.

3      Extra-curricular sports clubs further developed. A commitment to pupils that they would always get one of their sports club choices, this increased pupil satisfaction.

4      Pupils used appropriate equipment for the scheme of work and their age. This led to a passion for PE and sport and a proficiency at specific sports.

1/2 - Increased KS2 competitive opportunities entering borough wide football, swimming, cross-country, basketball, netball and rugby tournaments.

KS1 competitive borough football.

Pupils represented Richmond in the School Games.

3 Further development of clubs linked to competitive opportunities. Introduction of the 1K run for the whole school during curriculum time. Children felt a sense of being and achieving together. PE part of the school life.

4 Pupils used appropriate equipment for the scheme of work and their age. This led to a passion for PE and sport and a proficiency at specific sports.