Sports Premium

COLWICH CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

SPORTS PREMIUM FUNDING STATEMENT

 

From September 2013 the Government allocated £150 million for all primary schools to enable them to improve the quality and breadth of their PE and sport provision. The funding must be used to fund improvements for the benefit of pupils with the aim of developing healthy lifestyles.

 

Schools have the freedom to determine how they will use this funding but are advised to spend on a wide variety of activities including staff development, specialist teachers or coaches and involvement in local sports networks. Our aim is to provide as many high quality opportunities for children as possible while looking for ways to make this provision (and its impact) sustainable in the future.

 

Funding for Colwich CE Primary School is calculated on the number of primary pupils aged 5+ recorded in the annual census, with school receiving £8000 plus £5 per eligible pupil – here at Colwich School that will mean around £8800 a year which can only be spent on sport and PE provision in school.

 

SPORTS PREMIUM FUNDING ALLOCATION

 

Allocation for 2015-2016 £8 780
Allocation for 2016-2017 £8 805

 

The impact of this funding to date can be seen in the high quality provision each child is experiencing, the range of skills they are developing and the positive attitudes they are displaying towards all aspects of PE and sport.

 

SPORTS PREMIUM FUNDING ACTION PLAN 2015-2016

 

FOCUS AREA COST SUCCESS CRITERIA
IMPROVING ACTIVITY & FITNESS

  • Invest in high quality coaching for Y1-Y6 pupils in a variety of sports (curricular)
  • Increase the number and variety of after school/lunchtime clubs available (extra-curricular)
 

£7100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Increased opportunities for all children to engage in quality teaching/coaching
  • Greater percentage of children participating & enjoying a wider variety of sports/physical activity

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Provide cover to release staff for CPD
  • Training for all staff
 

£400

 

£1200

 

  • Skills of all staff enhanced

 

  •  Coaching staff and school staff (including some HLTAs) confidently  planning, delivering and assessing PE
COMPETITION

  • Develop inter-school competition further with Rugeley Pyramid and WRA Pyramid schools
 

Some cover costs for key staff

 

  • Pupils participate in a wide range of inter-school competition
  • Positive relationships with other schools fostered

 

 

SPORTS PREMIUM 2015-2016 impact summary

 

FOCUS AREA IMPACT
IMPROVING ACTIVITY & FITNESS (Curricular)

 

IMPROVING ACTIVITY & FITNESS (Extra-curricular)

 

  • 100% of pupils from Y1-Y6 have benefited from increased opportunities

 

  • Higher % of pupils have accessed active extra-curricular activities (increase of 22%)
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • PE co-ordinator training cascaded to all staff – improved confidence and skill level
COMPETITION

 

  • More able pupils have opportunity to compete with other pupils at a higher level
INSPIRING ACHIEVEMENT

 

  • Children taking the initiative when planning extra-curricular activity & goals
  • Football academy places (2 pupils)
  • Enhanced opportunities for groups of Gifted & Talented pupils

 

 

 

SPORTS PREMIUM FUNDING ACTION PLAN 2016-2017

 

FOCUS AREA COST SUCCESS CRITERIA
IMPROVING ACTIVITY & FITNESS

  • Invest in high quality coaching for all KS2 pupils in a variety of sports (curricular)
  • Increase the number and variety of after school/lunchtime clubs available (extra-curricular)
  • Develop ‘Play Maker Scheme’
 

£5150

 

 

 

 

 

 

£250

 

  • Increased opportunities for all children to engage in quality teaching/coaching
  • Greater percentage of children participating & enjoying a wider variety of sports/physical activity
  • More purposeful, active lunchtime play – greater sustainability
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Provide cover to release staff for CPD
  • Training for all staff
 

£600

 

£1800

 

  • Skills of all staff enhanced

 

  •  Coaching staff and school staff confidently assessing and analysing improvement and supporting development
COMPETITION

  • Develop inter-school competition further with Rugeley Pyramid and WRA Pyramid schools
  • Invest in new athletics/games resources
 

Some cover costs for key staff

£800

 

  • Pupils participate in a wide range of inter-school competition
  • Positive relationships with other schools fostered
  • PE development valued and performance improved
INSPIRING ACHIEVEMENT

  • Children’s University initiative (passports)

 

  • Target training/opportunities for G&T pupils
 

£200

 

  • Greater numbers of pupils participating in a range of extra-curricular activity
  • Talents nurtured and greater opportunities exploited
CELEBRATING ACHIEVEMENT

  • Children’s University Graduation Ceremonies
 

Transport costs

 

  • Children’s successes celebrated with parents – greater incentive to continue and/or diversify