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Sport Premuim

What is sport premium?

The PE and sport premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.

 

It is up to the school to choose how they use the money on improving their provision of PE. suggested uses are listed below:

  • hire professional sports coaches to support teachers when delivering skills lessons.
  • Additional and new sports clubs
  • Cover teachers for professional development
  • Increasing sport competitions and opportunities
  • Buying specialist sports equipment.

 

 

PE and sports premium spending for 2016-2017

 

PRIORITIES for Semley school

  • Improve awareness of the importance of PE and healthy lifestyles.
  • Improve the quality of PE teaching.
  • Broaden the range of curricular and extra-curricular opportunities including more competitive games.
  • Increase pupil participation in sports, games and activities.
  • Support teachers in the delivery of PE lessons and confidence with teaching new skills

 

 

 

AUTUMN TERM

RESOURCES

TIMESCALE

EXPECTED OUTCOMES

APPROX. COST

 

 

Tisbury Leisure centre Sports Coaching

 

September - December

Provide quality and varied PE and Games lessons.

Planning and assessment following the national curriculum for the whole school.

Support teachers in the delivery of PE lessons and confidence with teaching new skills.

 

 

 

£1350

CASA sports coaching

September - December

Provide quality and varied PE and Games lessons.

Planning and assessment following the national curriculum for the whole school.

Support teachers in the delivery of PE lessons and confidence with teaching new skills.

 

£490

Release time for leader.

September - December

To ensure quality teaching and learning within PE and identify next steps.

To accompany children to fixtures.

Enable the Leader to have sufficient time to plan an effective year of sporting opportunities.

 

 

 

 

£160

Purchase of PE equipment :

.

 

 

Improvement in skill levels and ability to engage in a wide range of sports.

 

 

 

    £17

Transport to sporting events:

Cricket tournament Chilmark (June)

 

September - December

Enable children to access competitions and festivals and mix with children from other schools.

 

 

     £100

 

 

 

Total    £2117

Total Remaining: £6408

 

SPRING TERM

RESOURCES

TIMESCALE

EXPECTED OUTCOMES

APPROX. COST

 

 

Tisbury Leisure centre Sports Coaching

 

January – March

Provide quality and varied PE and Games lessons.

Planning and assessment following the national curriculum for the whole school.

Support teachers in the delivery of PE lessons and confidence with teaching new skills

 

 

 

£1343

CASA sports coaching

January - March

Provide quality and varied PE and Games lessons.

Planning and assessment following the Support teachers in the delivery of PE lessons and confidence with teaching new skills national curriculum for the whole school.

 

£600 (excluding club)

Independent dance teacher

January – March

Provide extracurricular activities in order for children to improve their dance skills

£50

 

Transport to sporting events:

 

January - March

Enable children to access competitions and festivals and mix with children from other schools.

 

 

     £40

 

 

 

Total    £2003

Total Remaining: £4405

 

SUMMER TERM

RESOURCES

TIMESCALE

EXPECTED OUTCOMES

APPROX. COST

 

 

Tisbury Leisure centre Sports Coaching

 

Summer term

April- July

Provide quality and varied PE and Games lessons.

Planning and assessment following the national curriculum for the whole school.

Support teachers in the delivery of PE lessons and confidence with teaching new skills

 

 

 

£826

CASA sports coaching

Summer term

April- July

Provide quality and varied PE and Games lessons.

Planning and assessment following the national curriculum for the whole school.

Support teachers in the delivery of PE lessons and confidence with teaching new skills

 

£430

Release time for leader.

Summer term

April- July

To ensure quality teaching and learning within PE and identify next steps.

To accompany children to fixtures.

Enable the Leader to have sufficient time to plan an effective year of sporting

Opportunities

 

 

 

 

£25

Affiliation of membership fees

Summer term

To support leader in offering opportunities for all children.

£25

Purchase of PE equipment :

.

 

Summer term

April- July

Improvement in skill levels and ability to engage in a wide range of sports.

Includes pedometers for each child for fitness fun week.

 

 

 

    £505

Independent sports specialist instructors

May fitness fun week

To inspire children into keeping fit and healthy as well as

£475

 

 

 

 

 

Total    £2286

 

 

Autumn term expenditure: £2117

 

 

 

 

Spring term expenditure: £2033

 

Summer term expenditure: £2286

 

 

Total spent this academic year: £6406

From £8525

Remaining £2119

This will be used to update any equipment or facilities in school.

 

Impact Statement:

Since the introduction of PE premium Semley School has seen an increase in participation levels within sports clubs and a positive attitude towards sports and activity. We have been able to offer a wide range of after school clubs which offer opportunities for all age groups to become involved with and broaden their experience of sports and games. We have also been able to place more emphasis therefore on competitive games for the older children and train for and attend competitive fixtures throughout the year when they have been offered to us.

In particular, this year there has been an increase in the awareness of healthy lifestyles due to the fitness fun week and new activities at lunchtime. Children are more active at playtimes and lunchtimes and have more understanding of the importance of eating a balanced diet. Providing the children with pedometers at the end of fitness fun week has created an exciting incentive to remember to keep active whenever they have the opportunity.

The sports coaching provided by the two companies has given all staff opportunities to gain more confidence in teaching a range of different PE skills at different levels. Teachers and support staff now feel they have greater levels of experience in a wider PE curriculum Evidence suggests that the lessons being delivered are of a high standard and promote effective learning and progress for all children.

 

 

 

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