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Sports Premium Grant 2017-18

 

What is Sports Premium Grant?

The Sports Premium Grant is additional funding from the Government to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. It is also for improving the health and wellbeing of primary pupils.

 

How much is the Sports Premium Grant?

Allocations for the academic year 2017/18 were calculated using the number of pupils in Years 1 to 6, as recorded at the January 2017 Census as follows:

Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £16,000 plus £10 per eligible pupil; and

Schools with 16 or fewer eligible pupils receive £1000 per eligible pupil.

At John Betts, we expect to receive £18,100 for the year 2017/18.

 

How do we plan to spend the 2017-2018 Sports Premium Grant?

Provision

Cost

Rationale

Monitoring

Each pupil will receive at least one hour per week of group coaching with a professional coach. The coaches will plan, prepare and team teach a variety of sports along with staff members.

£ 7,600

To improve the quality of teaching in Physical Education and sport.

To increase knowledge, skills and confidence of all staff in teaching P.E. and sport.

To increase pupil participation in regular physical activity and ensure range of activities is inclusive.

To provide a broad and balanced curriculum raising the profile of P.E. and sport across the school.

To provide a range of sports and activities for children to experience.

To provide skilled teaching to assist with targeting able pupils.

To provide a link to a local sports clubs and to sign post children to join community clubs to take part in sport outside of the school environment beyond the school day.

Teacher evaluation and lesson observations.

Pupil feedback.

 

Targeted pupils to receive additional physical activity sessions.

To provide additional activities for targeted children to encourage immediate and longer-term participation in sport and physical activity for health reasons.

To provide intervention for targeted children who require an alternative solution to overcoming social or emotional needs.

To provide intervention for targeted children who require support to develop fine and gross motor skills.

Teacher evaluation and lesson observations.

Parent/Carer and pupil feedback.

 

Every pupil will be given professional tuition in Kung Fu.   The coaches will team teach with staff members.

£ 3,800

To improve the quality of teaching in Physical Education and sport.

To increase knowledge, skills and confidence of all staff in teaching P.E. and sport.

To increase pupil participation and ensure range of inclusive activities.

To provide a link to a local sports clubs and to sign post children to join community clubs to take part in sport outside of the school environment beyond the school day.

To provide skilled teaching to assist with targeting able pupils

Teacher evaluations and lesson observations.

 

Pupils will be given professional tuition in swimming. 

£ 2,700

To improve the quality of teaching in Physical Education and Sport.

To provide pupils with good quality swimming teaching, enabling children who have already reached the national standard to continue to progress in the sport.

To provide children with enhanced water skills.

To increase pupil participation and ensure range of inclusive activities.

To provide a link to a local sports clubs and to sign post children to join community clubs to take part in sport outside of the school environment beyond the school day.

To provide skilled teaching to assist with targeting able pupils.

 

Teacher evaluations and lesson observations.

 

Services provided through the Hammersmith and Fulham Primary Schools Sports Association Sports package - including participation in inter-school competitions

£ 1,000

To increase participation opportunities in competitive sport for children in years 1-6.

To provide a wider competitive arena for the children by playing against local schools.

To foster a team ethos and develop sportsmanship skills.

To increase knowledge, skills and confidence of P.E. coordinator through networking opportunities.

To provide a link to a local sports clubs and to sign post children to join community clubs to take part in sport outside of the school environment beyond the school day.

Monitor number of children taking part in competitive sport

Monitor number and range of competitions entered

Staff feedback

Financial support to subsidise sports clubs

£ 1,000

To provide a broader range of sports and activities for children to experience.

To increase pupil participation and range of activities is inclusive.

To provide additional provision for able pupils.

To encourage and promote active, healthy lifestyles.

To identify ‘non-participants’ in extra-curricular sport and provide additional activities to encourage their immediate and longer-term participation in sport and physical activity.

Monitor number and variety of extra-curricular sports clubs available to children

Monitor number of children participating in extra-curricular sports clubs

Monitor club attendees

Parent/Carer and pupil feedback

P.E. Resources

£ 1,500

To provide a greater variety of appropriate resources to support the range of activities being taught in P.E. and sports lessons.

Teacher feedback relating to needs

Monitor usage of resources

Sports and Wellbeing Week - to include activities, workshops and training sessions.

£ 500

To provide resources and materials to support a whole school Sports and Wellbeing Week which encompasses healthy eating, exercise, mindfulness and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

To increase knowledge and understanding of the overall impact of both mental and physical fitness.

To encourage active, healthy lifestyles.

To educate parents and carers on the importance of health and wellbeing for all members the family and school community

To create sign posts to agencies who are able to provide support and assistance to families who are in need.

Whole school participation

Staff, pupil and parent/carer feedback

Number of attendees

 

 

TOTAL

£18,100

 

 

What is the Impact of the Sports Premium Grant?

  • Provision of opportunity for staff to develop their knowledge and teaching skills
  • Increased opportunities for all pupils to access a wider variety of PE and sports
  • Increased pupil engagement during P.E. lessons held during school time
  • Opportunity to develop the competitive element of sports and the skills of sportsmanship
  • Extra support allows pupils to meet the expected level of skills
  • Developed pupil and whole school community understanding of the importance of keeping fit and healthy and ways that they can improve their health, fitness and wellbeing
  • Pupils who are fitter, healthier and are motivated to continue to improve
  • Improvements in general behaviour

 

The use of the Sports Premium Grant is monitored and reviewed by Governors at their termly meetings.

 

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