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Sports Premium Funding

What is Sports Premium funding?

Sports premium funding is an additional government funding that is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities offered to pupils. The government has planned to spend over £450 million on this funding over the 3 academic years 2013 to 2014, 2014 to 2015 and 2015 to 2016. Each school receives £8000 plus £5 per child on roll and should be used to ensure all groups of children have the opportunity to participate in sporting activities.

How we will use the Sports Premium Funding for academic year 2016/17?

At Sutton Park Primary School, we have received £5,492.

This will be used for the following initiatives:

  • CPD (Continuous professional development)
  • Resources
  • Out of school activities

Sports premium 2016/17

 

How we will use the Sports Premium Funding for academic year 2015/16?

At Sutton Park Primary School, we have received £5,492.

This will be used for the following initiatives:

  • CPD (Continuous professional development)
  • Resources
  • Out of school activities

Activity/Initiative/Staff

Purpose

Impact

Cost

Kingswood Academy, one of our partner schools, released one of their PE specialist staff to support the Primary schools across the partnership. Our contribution of this initiative provided us with one day per fortnight for the PE specialist to work with our staff to develop the skills and knowledge of specific areas of Physical Education.

To develop the skills and knowledge of teaching and support staff when planning, delivering and assessing a PE lesson.

 The support for teachers has continued to increase confidence and skills in developing high quality PE sessions with a clear focus on inclusion and progression. Teachers feel confident to plan, teach through differentiation and assess these sessions and share their good practice with their colleagues.
 

£2,770

Resources to be used during PE lessons, lunchtimes and out of school activities.

To ensure that the appropriate resources were available for PE lessons, lunchtimes and after school clubs.

 Due to the amount/quality of appropriate resources, this has allowed pupils to learn/develop their skills during PE lessons, lunchtimes and out of school activities. 

£900

 

Employment of Street dance, gymnastics and boxing coach for weekly after school club.

For these clubs there is a charge of £1 per week, per child. These clubs are subsidised to encourage and allow children to attend.

 

To provide children with the opportunity to take part in an after school club run by experienced coaches.

 The school has continued to offer a varied out of school provision which aims to help with a healthier lifestyle and increase sporting participation. Clubs including football, multi-skills, gymnastics, boxing and dancing. Attendance has increased and due to this, more pupils are participating in sporting events. Pupils have had the honour of and taken pride in representing the school in competitions organised by Hull School Games, HCAT and the Bransholme Partnership. 

£2,200

Membership of Hull School Games

To support the school with accessing competitions and create networks with other schools.

 This year we have continued to take part in sporting competitions and have created networks with other schools. 

£302.75

Community Cricket Officer running 6 week Cricket Chance to Shine scheme.

 

To provide year 5 pupils and teachers with the opportunity to gain and develop skills linked to cricket.

 This scheme was hugely successful and both staff and pupils enjoyed learning and developing skills to play and teach cricket confidently. These sessions covered many skills which were and will continue to be transferred when teaching other sports. 

£200

Total

 

 

£6,372.75

How have we used the Sports Premium Funding and what impact has it had for the academic year 2014/15?

At Sutton Park Primary School, we received £9,000.

This has been used for the following initiatives:

  • CPD (Continuous professional development)
  • Resources
  • Out of school activities

Activity/Initiative/Staff

Purpose

Impact

Cost

Kingswood Academy, one of our partner schools, released one of their PE specialist staff to support the Primary schools across the partnership. Our contribution of this initiative provided us with one day per fortnight for the PE specialist to work with our staff to develop the skills and knowledge of specific areas of Physical Education.

To develop the skills and knowledge of teaching and support staff when planning, delivering and assessing a PE lesson.

The support for teachers has increased confidence and skills in developing high quality PE sessions with a clear focus on inclusion and progression.

 

£2,770

Employment of a Physical Education Teaching Assistant.

To promote and support Sporting activities during lunchtimes, PE lessons and during out of school activities.

During lunchtimes and out of school activities, more sporting opportunities are provided for the children to take part in.

£6,554

 

 

Resources to be used during PE lessons, lunchtimes and out of school activities.

To ensure that the appropriate resources were available for PE lessons, lunchtimes and after school clubs.

This developed skills they had learnt/developed during lessons due to the amount/quality of appropriate resources.

£900

 

Employment of Street dance, gymnastics and boxing coach for weekly after school club.

For these clubs there is a charge of £1 per week, per child. These clubs are subsidised to encourage and allow children to attend.

 

To provide children with the opportunity to take part in an after school club run by experienced coaches.

The school is able to offer a varied out of school provision which aims to help with a healthier lifestyle and increase sporting participation. Clubs including football, multi-skills, gymnastics, boxing and dancing have/are taking place and attendance has increased. Due to this, more pupils are participating in sporting events and children have had the honour of and taken pride in representing the school.

£2,200

Membership of Hull School Games

To support the school with accessing competitions and create networks with other schools.

Due to us taking part in many sporting competitions throughout the year, we have been able to achieve the Bronze Sainsbury’s School Games award.

£302.75

Total

 

 

£12,726.75

 

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