Sports Funding

What is the PE and Sport Premium?

The Government has spent over £450 million on improving physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This extra funding has been allocated directly to primary Head Teachers and schools can choose how they use the funding to improve the PE and sport provision within their schools.

It is expected that schools will see an improvement against the following 5 Key Indicators:

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity
  2. The profile of P.E. and sport being raised across the school
  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of staff
  4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  5. Increased participation in competitive sport

How much PE and Sport Premium Did We Receive?

During the 2016/17 Aldborough Primary received £9,310 of PE and Sport Premium funding, with additional funds being allocated from the school budget to support and enhance the curriculum.

Activity /Resource Cost Impact
Every Child a Swimmer strategy

Transport £750

Pool hire £700

Instructor & Staff Swimming CPD £3000

  • 100% of Y2 children could swim a minimum of 5 m
  • Increased confidence to swim underwater

Teaching Gymnastics and Dance CPD and provision

Reception – Year 6

Gymnastics instructor £1200

Premium Sport: Dance £1000

  • Improved staff expertise
  • Increase in pupil confidence, knowledge and performance
KS2 Tag Rugby/Football/Athletics including professional development for teaching staff

Coach hire £1800

Additional teaching staff

Equipment

Instructors, CPD

  • Teamwork skills improved
  • Competitive sport supported pupil perseverance and cooperation skills
Cross Country team competition events

Coach hire

Additional teaching staff £500

 

  • Participation in National cross country events
  • Teamwork skills developed
  • Increased drive and determination
Aylsham Cluster Sports Competitions: dodgeball

Coach hire £300

Additional teaching staff

Equipment

  • Y6/Y7 transition to AHS successful
  • Increased pupil participation in sports

Swimming at the end of KS2:

  • 79% of Y6 pupils could swim 25 metres
  • 37% of Y6 pupils can swim confidently using a range of strokes
  • 63 % of Y6 pupils can perform safe self rescue

During 2017/18 Aldborough Primary will receive £17,220 in PE and Sport Premium. Additional funds will also be allocated from the school budget to enhance the PE curriculum. This increase in funding is linked to an added stipulation by the government that schools should use the Sports Premium to support children in making healthy lifestyle choices.

Activity /Resource Cost Intended Impact

Every Child a Swimmer strategy

KS1

 

(Aylsham High Pool reopens Spring 2018)

Transport

Pool hire Instructor & Staff Swimming CPD

£3500

  • Increased % of KS1 children can swim unaided with confidence
  • Increased pupil enjoyment in swimming

Y5 Play Leader development using Huff and Puff, leading play based activities with identified KS1 pupils

(Summer Term)

Huff and Puff equipment £750

Support staff CPD £250

  • Y5 Play Leaders demonstrate responsibility and organisation skills
  • KS1 pupils have increased enjoyment in active games
  • PSHE skills developed further during lunchtime

Teaching Gymnastics (Autumn Term) and Dance (Spring Term) CPD and provision

Reception – Year 6

Gymnastics instructor £1200

Premium Sport: Dance £1200

  • Improved staff expertise in teaching gym and dance
  • Increase in pupil confidence, knowledge and performance

Update Gym equipment

 

Balance tables £400

Ramps for rolling £400

  • Staff and pupils continue to use and develop skills taught/demonstrated by gym coach

After school clubs

- Dance Club

- Karate Club

- Football Club

Dance £700

Karate £600

Football £400

Additional club budget £1500

  • An increased % of pupils participate in sports activities after school
  • Children have the opportunity to learn and develop new PE skills
School Garden development project Plan, build and resource a school garden £5000
  • An increased % of pupils participate in physical activities
  • Children demonstrate a greater understanding of healthy eating & nutrition
  • Happy, healthy children whose mental well-being is strong

KS2 Athletics including professional development for teaching staff

(Summer Term)

Coach hire

Additional teaching staff

Equipment

Instructors, CPD

£1500

  • Teamwork skills improve
  • Competitive sport supports pupil perseverance and cooperation skills

Cross Country team competition events

All year

Coach hire

Additional teaching staff £750

 

  • Participation in National cross country events
  • Teamwork skills developed
  • Increased drive and determination

Aylsham Cluster Sports Competitions: dodgeball

(Spring Term)

Coach hire £300

Additional teaching staff £300

Equipment

  • Y6/Y7 transition to AHS is successful
  • Increased pupil participation in sports