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Sports Premium

 

At Chantlers Primary School, we believe that developing children’s physical literacy gives them the tools for lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

Children’s early experiences of sport are crucial to the development of high levels of expertise. Physical literacy is promoted and developed through a combination of school based physical education, as well as other structured activity programs run out of school hours. 

The Sports Premium funding has had a direct impact upon the Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural aspect of our Curriculum. Children are challenged in their PE lessons, and develop confidence and self-esteem. We promote British Values by placing an emphasis on the need to work together as a team, regardless of ability. Additionally, this impacts upon pupils physical and mental health and wellbeing. 

This year, we will be receiving £18,090 to spend purely on our PE provision within our school. 

Please read the below information which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.      


What is Sports Premium?


The government is providing funding of £150 million per annum to provide Primary Schools with Sports Funding. The money will go directly to primary schools in order to improve sport and PE. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - will be allocated to primary school headteachers.


Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.
Possible uses for funding include:

  • Implementing Change4Life clubs within school
  • Providing new sports clubs which offer new challenges for all children
  • Providing CPD opportunities for all members of staff in school
  • Increasing participation in school games
  • Providing resources for PE and Sport
  • To involve all children in PE and Sport through inclusion support
  • Introduction of intervention groups for PE to support children working at different levels within the curriculum

 

AN OUTLINE OF SPORT FUNDING SPENT IN 2018/19

 

Last year, we had a total amount of £18,090. We had a successful year full of PE activities, where a great amount of progress was made within the subject. This is what the money was specifically spent on:

 

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Sports Coach:

GO4IT sports coaches who ran sessions

with every class throughout the year

 £3,200

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Our health and well-being week:

Fitness with Lauren

Daisy UK

Drumz Aloud

Forest school equipment

£1,000

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Our staff training:

Gymnastics training

Dance training

£750

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Our school sports day event:

Gold badges

Stickers and certificates

Refreshments for children

£200

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Equipment:

PE equipment

Outside play equipment

£2,500

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Individual staff training:

Tennis

Netball

£250

 

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Staff uniform

£200

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Staffing Costs

£10,000

 

Total spent = £18,100

 

CURRICULUM FOCUS OF SPORTS MONEY SPENDING FOR 2019/20

This year, we have £18,090. We intend to spend the money on the following things:

 

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The use of subject specific coaches/teachers to enhance the learning opportunity for pupils. Class teachers and sport coaches to work with pupils across the school to provide pupils with the highest quality experience and provision in order to enhance their learning opportunity.

 

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Matrix of seasonal sporting activities to be formulated in order for a wider range of pupils to experience competitive sport. Pupils to compete in inter and intra competitions in order for them to experience a wider range of competitive sporting environments - all associated transport costs for staff will be met.

 

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Staff to attend localised (and national) inset courses to enhance their own professional development. Training to be lead on and off site as and when required to enable the school to enrich its learning opportunities for pupils whilst enhancing the skill set of the staff.

 

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Links within network used as a basis for accruing evidence required for the School Games accreditation award as stipulated within the Ofsted guidance for Sports premium spends.

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Buying quality assured materials and equipment for P.E. and sport.

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Offering further opportunities for pupils through lunch time and after school sports clubs to experience a wider range of diverse sports and games experiences.

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To introduce formal timetable for activity leaders and work alongside midday supervisors in ensuring the smooth running of a seasonal and enriched activity leaders programme.

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To allow children the opportunity to become sports leaders and take part in planning and presenting sport activities within playtimes and lunchtimes.

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To offer an enhanced and enriched opportunity within health, fitness and well-being week for the children to engage in physical activities as well as looking at other areas of well-being i.e. social, intellectual, emotional, mental.

 

At the end of the 2020 academic year, impact will be measured through:

 

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Specialists sports coaches and class teachers will have worked with a wide range of pupils and assessment data will demonstrate effect with enhanced levels of progress. Some assessment data provided by the coaches to further enhance tracking and progress.

 

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Matrix of seasonal sporting activities drawn up with all staff offering at least one sporting based activity throughout the year. Registers of such clubs to be kept and monitored. Extra-curricular matrix drawn up and maintained throughout the year enabling all year-round access to activities.

 

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Staff to attend localised (and national) inset courses to enhance their own professional development as and when they arise and if channelled towards enhancements and enrichment of the school‘s provision coupled with staff PFM.

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Networks meetings attended by the PE lead will be focused on arranging inter school events and training opportunities – resulting in increased participation in competitive sports.

 

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PE lead to maintain high levels of curriculum resources to enhance the delivery of PE across the school resulting in improved quality of teaching.

 

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Activity leaders will work with pupils of all ages at lunchtimes on seasonal roll out of activities. All pupils throughout the school will experience the sessions.

 

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