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Sports Premium Funding

 

Schools receive Sports Premium funding based on the number of pupils in Years 1 to 6 to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.

 

This means using the premium to:

 

·         develop or add to the PE and sport activities that a school already offers

·         make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in     future years

 

This year we will receive £8540.

 

The allocations we have had so far are based on £8000 per school plus £5 per pupil. Including this year’s allocation, we would have received in total £33,815.

 

 

How will we use this funding?

 

In 2013, we decided to invest all allocated and future Sports Premium funding on installing a Multi-Use Games Areas (MUGA). The total cost of installation was £75,300 (exc VAT).

 

The Multi Use Games Areas was installed in the Summer of 2014 with the remaining funding coming from the school budget and paid back through future Sports Premium payments.

 

 

 

Impact so far

 

 

Participation in organised sporting activities has increased significantly. The following table illustrates a sample survey taken in Autumn 2014 illustrating how many children took up the lunchtime sports club option. The baseline, pre-MUGA was zero as there was no lunchtime provision.

 

 

 

 

 

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 7

 

Football

Netball

Year 5/6

21

23

-

16

12

10

12

Year 3/4

16

17

17

15

10

12

8

Year 1/2

13

10

16

11

10

10

12

SEN and YR

5 SEN

9 Class 1

22

16

21

22

24

23

Girls’ football

13

20

10

16

-

13

5

TOTAL

79

92

61

79

54

69

61

 

 

We also take part in two inter-school competitions per year which did not happen before we had this facility.

 

All classes have at least 2 sessions of PE a week with one of these on the MUGA. This includes Key Stage 1. These takes place all year round including wet periods that would have resulted in PE being cancelled because of a water logged field.

 

This has improved the quality of experience for our pupils because of a flatter more even surface especially for hockey.

 

Basketball and handball have been introduced onto the curriculum

 

We have also seen an increase percentage of pupils taking part in extra-curricular in 2015 is as follows :

 

 

 

2014/14

2015/16

Increase the number of children taking part in a PE based extra-curricular activity from 40% to 60%.

40%

94%

Increase in the proportion of children taking part in inter-school sports competition from 0 to 10%.

0%

20%

 

Finally, this facility will benefit not only pupils currently on roll but pupils who join the school.

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