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Sports Premium

What is Primary Sports Funding? The government is providing additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - has been allocated to primary school Head Teachers. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

Sports Premium 2018-19


The 2018-19 allocation is £17,050.

Activity Cost  Success Criteria
Pool money with all First and Middle schools in the pyramid to enable the successful sports partnership work to continue £3200

All children to access regular inter school competitions organised for the pyramid covering a range of sports. Playleader training for Y4/5 to develop leadership skills. More children to be engaged in sporting activities during play times. Training provided for staff and PE Coordinator to upskill roles and teaching.

Cover for PE Coordinator PE coordinator

To work alongside PE specialist from the middle school to look at the new PE curriculum and how this can be used to plan and assess more effectively across the school. CPD for staff in assessing from a core task. Cover for attendance at sporting events and CPD
 £500 Increased confidence of teachers to plan, deliver and assess high quality PE lessons. Increased attendance at sporting events.

Specialist Sports Coaching

Denby Cricket club
Gymnastics
£1000 More children accessing clubs involving a sporting activity

Resources

To support high quality PE lessons
£1000 Resources available to support the teaching of a wider range of sports and skills

Running track

A 200m long, all weathered running track, to use in PE lessons, play times and for conducting the ‘One Mile a Day’ challenge.
£10,000 Increase participation and access for all children to daily opportunities for exercise
Develop expertise in long distance events, particularly in KS2

After school / lunch sports clubs

Sports coaches for after school clubs to increase the number of sports based after school clubs offered.
£1500 More children accessing clubs involving a sporting activity.

Sports Premium 2017-18


The 2017-18 allocation was £17,050 and it was spent as follows:

Activity Cost  Impact
Pool money with all First and Middle schools in the pyramid to enable the successful sports partnership work to continue £3037

All children to access regular inter school competitions organised for the pyramid covering a range of sports. Playleader training for Y4/5 to develop leadership skills. More children to be engaged in sporting activities during play times. Training provided for staff and PE Coordinator to upskill roles and teaching.

Cover for PE Coordinator PE coordinator

To work alongside PE specialist from the middle school to look at the new PE curriculum and how this can be used to plan and assess more effectively across the school. CPD for staff in assessing from a core task. Teachers - cover for attendance at sporting events and CPD
 £500 Increased confidence of teachers to plan, deliver and assess high quality PE lessons. Increased attendance at sporting events

Specialist Sports Coaching

Sports coach for after school clubs Increase the number of sports based after school clubs offered, particularly in YR5 and YR1.
Denby Cricket club
Eroll sports coach
Kirstie Chew gymnastics

£1120 More children accessing clubs involving a sporting activity

Resources

To support high quality PE lessons
£430 Resources available to support the teaching of a wider range of sports and skills

Playground markings and ball catcher

£2844 Increased the opportunities for more structured activities, play and exercise during breaks and lunchtime.

PE and sports kit for attending sports activities and competitions

£560 Raised self-esteem and competitive spirit when competing in sporting events.

Running track

A 200m long, all weathered running track, to use in PE lessons, play times and for conducting the ‘One Mile a Day’ challenge.
£8559 Increased participation and access for all children to daily opportunities for exercise.
Developed expertise in long distance events, particularly in KS2