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Riddlesden St Mary

Sports Premium Funding

PE and Sports Premium Report 2017-18 – Sport Funding Allocation - £19,230

The government is providing funding of £150 million per year to provide new and substantial primary school sports funding. The funding is being jointly provided by the Department of Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and will see money going directly to primary school head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. PE and sports premium funding from the government is designed to help all primary school improve the quality of the PE and sports activities they offer their pupils. We believe in providing children with a broad and balanced PE curriculum, which will motivate children to lead healthy lifestyles. We believe that sports and extracurricular clubs play an important role in promoting social inclusion, healthy lifestyles and self-confidence. Children should have access to high-quality PE teaching and resources, which will give them a love of the subject and encourage them to participate in a range of sports and raise their achievement levels.

School aims to include:

  • the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy, active lifestyles
  • the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a driver for whole school 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.

During the academic year 2018 to July 2019, the school has planned to spend our funding on the following:

Focus

Purpose

Impact measures

Expected outcomes – Summer 

Specialist sports teacher in school full time.

 

Health Mentor in school full time.

 

£10,000 (pro-rata salary)

  • Every child has the right to receive quality PE lessons. Providing support from an experienced PE teacher will give staff additional confidence and skills to improve the quality of the PE lessons they teach.It will also allow our PE specialist to deliver staff training sessions.
  •  We will continue to build on the skills and knowledge that staff and pupils have already gained in order to embed key skill
  • Good practice is shared and feedback from staff is given.
  • All children feel confident to participate in PE.
  • 100% children are taught by a specialist PE teacher.
  • All staff are confident and competent to deliver high quality PE.
  • Children are taught a wide variety of sports and games across the year.
  • Increased KS2 participation in extra curricular sports clubs.

Health Mentor to identify and target pupils who require support with attendance, behaviours and attitudes to learning.

£6,000

 

Possible cost of transport to interschool competitions. £500

  • To provide support for targeted pupils at lunchtime and in after school sports clubs.
  • To engage the least active pupils in after school activities.
  • To establish strong, sustainable partnerships with local community sports clubs.
  • Pupils understand the contribution of physical activity and sport to their overall development.
  • ·School values are complimented by sporting values.
  • There are fewer incidences of poor behaviour in targeted pupils.
  • Children are offered structured and supervised competitive games at lunch times.
  • Children report ‘happy lunchtimes.

Replenish stock of equipment to run curriculum lessons

 

£2,800

To provide quality resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively.

  • All children have access to the correct equipment and there is enough equipment to ensure a whole class can participate.
  • Correct equipment ensures children are taught a wide variety of sports and games across the year.