Sports Premium

  In April 2013, the Department for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport announced new funding of  

  £150 million to support the delivery of PE and school sport. Funding is being allocated to all state-maintained

  secondary, primary, middle and special schools (including Non-maintained special schools), academies and

  pupil referral units with primary aged pupils .

 

Primary PE sports grant report 2016 – 2017 (Financial Year, as at 17.10.16)

   Total number of pupils on role= 131

   Total number of pupils eligible for the grant = 113

   Total amount of PPSG received so far = £0

   Total amount of PPSG still to be received = £0

   Total amount of PPSG = £8565.00  

 

Summary of PPSG 2016 – 2017 (financial year)

  • To improve the provision of PE at Rettendon Primary School through raised teacher confidence and equipping them with more effective and specialised skills & equipment in certain sporting activities.
  • To encourage children to develop a more active lifestyle through offering taster sessions for different sporting activities.
  • To develop a love of sport and physical activity.
  • To encourage children to develop into healthy adults.

Item/Project

Date

Cost (£)

Objectives

Outcomes

Universal Services

May 2016

150.00

·    To provide the children with specialist PE equipment.

The annual inspection of the indoor large apparatus to ensure the safety of the children who use them.

Universal Services

May 2016

18.37

·    To provide the children with specialist PE equipment.

Repairs to gym equipment following inspection.

Medals and stickers for multi-sports and sports day.

July 2016

129.29

·  To develop a love of sport and physical activity.

The medals and stickers enhanced the children love of sports day and multi-sports.

Bungee Cords

July 2016

28.92

· To encourage children to develop a more active lifestyle through offering taster sessions for different sporting activities.

The children created dens within the school grounds.

Daily specialist coach offering a different sport daily to all classes.

Sports Week 2016

397.00

·  To develop a love of sport and physical activity.

·  To encourage the children to develop an active lifestyle through offering taster sessions of different sporting activities

The children developed an in depth knowledge of the athletic and other sporting activities available to them.

Weekly specialist coach for all classes during curriculum time

April 2016 – July 2016

1075.00

· To improve the provision of PE at Rettendon Primary School through raised teacher confidence and equipping them with more effective and specialised skills & equipment in certain sporting activities.

 

This is sustainable because the staff are now more confident on taking specific sporting activities and they have specialised lessons plans to follow.

Subsidised weekly specialist coach to run and multi-skills (KS1) and multi-sports (KS2) after school club

April 2016 – July 2016

420.00

·    To encourage the children to develop an active lifestyle through offering taster sessions of different sporting activities.

 

Archery through maths for all children

July 2016

250.00

· To encourage the children to develop an active lifestyle through offering taster sessions of different sporting activities.

Enjoyable session where children applied their maths skills to a practical activity.

Year 2 mini games. Event and coach travel

June 2016

265.00

·  To develop a love of sport and physical activity.

 

Year 2 children were able to experience an inter school competition.

TOTAL

To end of school year 2016

2733.58

 

 

Weekly specialist coach for all classes during curriculum time

Sept 2016 – Dec 2016

490.00

· To improve the provision of PE at Rettendon Primary School through raised teacher confidence and equipping them with more effective and specialised skills & equipment in certain sporting activities.

 

This is sustainable because the staff are now more confident on taking specific sporting activities and they have specialised lessons plans to follow.

Subsidised weekly specialist coach to run and multi-skills (KS1) and multi-sports (KS2) after school club

Sept 2016 – Dec 2016

490.00

·    To encourage the children to develop an active lifestyle through offering taster sessions of different sporting activities.

The up take was low for these sessions so we are looking to try one more term and then change the focus of the club.

The club did not restart after Easter 2017. The money will spent of specialist training in a specific sport, i.e. cricket

Total spent up to Dec 2016

 

980.00

 

 

Balance to be spent on specialist teaching and competitions  in the Spring and Summer 2016 term

3713.58

 

 

  

Summary of PPSG 2015 – 2016 (financial year)

  • To improve the provision of PE at Rettendon Primary School through raised teacher confidence and equipping them with more effective and specialised skills & equipment in certain sporting activities.
  • To encourage children to develop a more active lifestyle through offering taster sessions for different sporting activities.
  • To develop a love of sport and physical activity.
  • To encourage children to develop into healthy adults.

 

Item/Project

Date

Cost (£)

Objectives

Outcomes

Daily specialist coach offering a different sport daily to all classes.

Sports Week 2015

910

·   To develop a love of sport a physical activity.

·   To encourage the children to develop an  

    active lifestyle through offering taster

    sessions of different sporting activities

The children developed an in depth knowledge of the athletic and other sporting activities available to them.

Hire of Portaloo so Challenger Troop.

May 2015

150

·   To encourage the children to develop into

    healthy adults ready to fit into today’s society.

The children developed their team building, resilience and compliance skills.

Sports day stickers and medals

July 2017

76

·   To develop a love of sport and physical

    activity.

The medals and stickers enhanced the children love of sports day and multi-sports.

Weekly specialist coach for all classes during curriculum time

April 2015 – March 2016

5213

· To improve the provision of PE at Rettendon

  Primary School through raised teacher

  confidence and equipping them with more

  effective and specialised skills & equipment in 

  certain sporting activities.

 

This is sustainable because the staff are now more confident on taking specific sporting activities and they have specialised lessons plans to follow.

Subsidised weekly specialist coach to run and multi-skills (KS1) and multi-sports (KS2) after school club

April 2015 – March 2016

910

· To encourage the children to develop an

   active lifestyle through offering taster sessions

   of different sporting activities.

All children attending have experienced many new sports which they can then request to be taught further in the weekly specialist coaching sessions.

William De Ferrers Swimming Gala

Jan 2016

30

·  Competitive sports competition as requested

   by the parents.

The children and parents thoroughly enjoyed the competition.

Universal Services

Feb 2016

38

·  To provide the children with specialist PE

   equipment.

The annual inspection of the indoor large apparatus to ensure the safety of the children who use them.

Total spent

 

7327

 

 

Balance to be spent on specialist teaching and competitions in the Summer 2016 term

1238