PE funding

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Working Together, Playing Together, Serving God and Serving Others”

SPORTS PREMIUM FUNDING REVIEW AND STATEMENT 2016 – 2017 STATEMENT

In 2016 – 17 we received £9100 in additional School Sports Funding. We have used the funding to improve the quality and breadth of our PE and Sport Provision through continually developing teaching and learning in PE, encouraging our pupils to adopt healthy, active lifestyles and to take part in a wide range of sports and physical activities including more competitive school sport.

In 2016 – 17 we spent money in the following way:-

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Raising standards of all our children in PE

 

Provision

Outcomes

Cost

IMPACT SEEN

Buying into existing Vale Royal School Partnership

 

To provide support and training

£3183.30

  • High quality training and support
  • Increased competition for pupils

Purchasing new equipment

To improve the quantity and quality of PE equipment which will in turn improve the quality of teaching and learning

£3486.53

  • Quality of teaching and learning experiences and staff confidence has and will continue to improve

 

 

Dance training for Ks1 staff following CPD requests

To provide dance CPD for Ks1 teachers

£125

  • Increased confidence and capability for staff
  • Improved quality of teaching and learning

 

 

£6794.83

 

 

 

 

 

 

HEALTY AND ACTIVE LIFESTYLES

Ensuring all our children have access to regular exercise

 

Provision

Outcomes

Cost

IMPACT SEEN

Judo Club for Year 1,2,3 and 4 following request for increased provision for KS1 clubs from Parent Council

To engage children in the sport of Judo

£1344

  • Due to nil cost to parents/ carers access to clubs is inclusive
  • Pupils attendance at clubs has increased
  • Increased number and variety of clubs offered
  • Due to continuity, children have progressed in confidence and ability and further developed Judo skills; resulting in children moving up belt bands
  • Parental / pupil response from questionnaire is positive

Dance Club for Year 1 and 2 following request for increased provision for KS1 clubs from Parent Council

To engage children in the art of dance

£400

  • Due to nil cost to parents / carers access to clubs is inclusive
  • Pupils attendance at clubs has increased
  • Increased number and variety of clubs offered
  • Parental / pupil response from questionnaire is positive

Mid-day training hosted by Northwich Partnership

To introduce playground games at lunchtime

£0

  • Mid-day assistants have attended training
  • Children are now more active at lunchtimes
  • Pupil / parents response positive from Parent Council

Phys Kids Playground Leader Training for Year 6

To develop playground activities and sports leadership

£0 (School Partnership)

  • Children are now more active at lunchtimes
  • Year 6 children have qualified as Playground Leaders
  • Pupil / parents response positive from Parent Council

 

 

£1744

 

 

COMPETITIVE SCHOOL SPORTS

Increasing pupils’ participation in extra-curricular sport

 

Provision

Outcomes

Cost

IMPACT SEEN

Supply cover for PE Coordinator

To accompany children to competitive school sports competitions during the school day

£451.62

  • Children have attended netball, dodgeball, football, indoor athletics and basketball.
  • Time to source and organise new equipment

Extra Netball posts

More children able to attend netball club

(included in equipment)

  • More children have attended netball club
  • Coaching has been more specific to individual children’s needs
  • Increased participation in competition
  • Resulted in school representing Vale Royal Cluster at Level 3 Winter Games Festival

 

 

£451.62

 

 

 

Total spend £8990.45

c/ f £109.55