Sports Premium

Our vision for P.E. and School Sport

The government has been providing additional funding to improve the provision of PE and Sport in primary schools. Schools receive £16,000 per academic year plus £10 per child.

At Ecclesall, we believe that Physical Education experienced in a safe and supportive environment plays a vital part in the development of the whole child. We provide opportunities for children to build their physical co-ordination, fitness and social skills through a balance of individual, team, co-operative and competitive activities. We aim to promote the pleasure and enjoyment that can derive from physical activity, to enable children to lead a healthy, active lifestyle for the rest of their lives.

Extra-curricular opportunities

A varied range of lunch-time and after school clubs is provided:

Ecclesall Primary School will receive 7/12 of our funding allocation on 30 October 2018 and the remaining 5/12 of our funding allocation on 30 April 2019.

Sports Premium 2018-2019

Income 

£
Sports Premium Funding Allocated to School 2018-19

7/12 of our funding allocation on 30 October 2018 = £12,279.

5/12 of our funding allocation on 30 April 2019 = £8,771.

£21, 050
Expenditure £
Points Learning Network

PE curriculum enrichment

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Training for Y6 sports leaders

£4200
PE specialist – Rich Mills

Working with all classes and teachers for a half-term each.

£4000
Maths Of The Day – Sports Subscription Enabling maths lessons to be more active £500
Staffing costs – supply cover

PE co-ordinator to attend termly network meetings

Planning of Sport Premium spend and monitoring

£2500
Sheffield Federation for School Sport – Official entry 2018-2019 £80
Transport to sports competitions and events £1500
Basketball and Netball equipment including posts £600
Swimming pool hire for swimming gala £195
Orienteering map and CPD training £325
Other Sports Equipment £1100
Further training and clubs expenditure £5720
RuggerEds Sports day for Infants £330
Total £21, 050

There are 5 key indicators that schools should expect to see improvement across:

  • the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school
  • the profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for wholeschool improvement
  • increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  • broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  • increased participation in competitive sport

School will publish how many pupils within our year 6 cohort are meeting the national curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, use a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

The impact of the sport funding will be reported to Governors in March 2019 for the first 6 months (September to February) and then reported for the full 12 months (September 2018 to August 2019) in September 2019.

Spending Plan to be reviewed in January 2019 at Full Governors.

Sports Premium Income 2017-2018

 

£
Sports Premium Funding Allocated to School 2017-2018

£16,000 + (360x£10)

£19, 600
Expenditure £
Points Learning Network

PE curriculum enrichment

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Training for Y6 sports leaders

£4200
Dance specialist – Charlotte Armitage

Working with all classes and teachers for a half-term each, culminating in performances to school and parents.

£4000
Maths Of The Day – Sports Subscription Enabling maths lessons to be more active £500
Staffing costs – supply cover

PE co-ordinator to attend termly network meetings

Planning of Sport Premium spend and monitoring

£2500
Sheffield Federation for School Sport – Official entry 2017-18 £80
Transport to sports competitions and events £1000
Basketball and Netball equipment £600
Other Sports Equipment £1000
Further training and clubs expenditure £5720
Total £19, 600

 

Ecclesall Infant School’s Sports Premium Summary 2016 / 17

ECCLESALL INFANT SCHOOL

Use of funds at Ecclesall Infant School:

Funding allocation 2016/17: We received £8,602.00

How we’ve spent this money throughout the academic year September 2016 – July 2017:

Overview of funding and spending 2016 /17:

Our whole school ethos is to integrate encouraging a healthy lifestyle across all aspects of our work through a wide range of activities:

Professional curriculum support and professional development for staff.
Participation in inter and intra school activities and competitive events.
Promotion of sporting opportunities run by other providers and signposting to these.
Balance Bike sessions for FS stage.
Whole School Sports Day
The Sports Premium grant has enabled us to have some expert specialist advice from Helen Stevens, part of Points learning network, to come in and help the PE leader to design and implement a new formative and summative assessment framework across the whole of KS1. The impact of this was that all KS1 children have now been plotted onto the new PE tracker and with next year’s data we can start to see how the PE funding is having an impact on our children’s learning and progress. Also from this, along with data about extra-curricular activities we can see which children are not receiving their full 60 active minutes a day and work towards helping them achieve this. Next year we will be correlating the data between children in PE and children’s progress in other areas of the curriculum and seeing if there are any links between inactive children and children under achieving.

This year the sports premium also allowed us to hire in an experienced PE teacher to help to develop staff knowledge and confidence in delivering PE lessons linked to the National Curriculum. This has acted as fantastic CPD for all staff at school. This has led to all staff feeling more confident with their ability to deliver high quality PE lessons after working alongside an experienced PE teacher.

Please see our monitoring form for a more detailed evaluation of our spending this year where what we have spent, and the impact of this has been outlined further.

Funding Allocation and Planned Spending 2017 / 18:

This year (Sept 2017-July 2018) our school has been allocated £18,310.00. £10,680.83 to be allocated on 29th October 2017. £7629.17 to be allocated on 27th April 2018.

We will continue to use the sports premium money to ensure that children get the best PE experience they can.

 

Ecclesall Junior School