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Sports Grant

What is the PE and Sport Premium?

The PE and Sport Premium is a fund provided by the Government specifically with the aim of improving physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools.

This funding is jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and sees money going directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The sport funding is ring-fenced and thus can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

All schools with 17 or more primary-aged pupils receive a lump sum of £16000 plus a premium of £10 per pupil. Smaller schools receive £1000 per pupil.

Possible uses for the funding include:

  • Ø hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE
  • Ø new or additional Change4Life sport clubs
  • Ø paying for professional development opportunities in PE/sport
  • Ø providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE/sport
  • Ø running sport competitions, or increasing participation in the school games
  • Ø buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE/sport
  • Ø providing places for pupils on after school sport clubs and holiday clubs.

Please follow the link below for further details:

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pe-and-sport-premium-for-primary-schools 

 

Number of Pupils and PE and Sport Grant (PSG) received 2017/2018 Financial Year (April 2017 – March 2018)

Total number of pupils on register (September 2017): 181 pupils (Years 1 to 6)

Total amount of funding received: £17,810

                          At Servite, our key objectives include:

  • Ø To improve the quality of all Physical Education delivered in lessons;
  • Ø To continue to increase the participation in local competitive opportunities including the Sainsbury’s School Games Programme (Festivals and Leagues) and to evidence the impact on pupils sporting achievement and enjoyment;
  • Ø To equip staff with the appropriate knowledge and skills to be able to deliver high quality Physical Education lessons (long term skills set acquisition);
  • Ø To encourage all children to participate in sports while raising the profile of sports in the school and local community;
  • Ø To maintain the School Games Gold Mark status
  • Ø To continue to improve the quality of the space and resources provided for sporting activities;
  • Ø To promote the basis for a healthy and holistic lifestyle, both at school and at home.

 

Plans for PE and Sport Grant expenditure 2017-18

Key objectives

Initiative

Partners

Impact

Cost

To improve the quality of all Physical Education delivered in lessons

 

To increase the hours of Physical Education for all pupils

Hiring PE Specialist to mentor and support staff to improve their delivery of PE (2 x half days per week) to work with the children and alongside the staff to plan and deliver lessons. The service includes access to schemes of work and curriculum maps, model lessons, team teaching and identifying development needs of individual teachers.

 

To develop a curriculum programme that will provide high quality PE experiences for pupils.

 

Improve the depth of knowledge of PE for staff and give them the opportunity and confidence to deliver a consistently high standard of PE lesson in the future.

EPIC CiC (previously known as RBKC Youth and School Sports Development team) to deliver service

Increase in the engagement of both staff and pupils in PE and Sport.

 

Teachers are gaining invaluable experience and confidence teaching PE and therefore have a sustainable and long term impact on the students and their own teaching.

 

Teaching staff are being up-skilled by enabling them to work alongside specialist practitioners. Pupils are allocated two hours of PE per week, one led by PE Specialist and one lead by class teachers.

£12587

 

Breakdown-

£8316

  PE Specialist and

  Schemes of   Work/ Curriculum Map

 

To continue to provide the opportunity for high quality Dance and Swimming lessons to the children

Primary Moves Dance Service

 

Chelsea Sports Centre

Swimming pool hire plus coaching for 11.5 weeks

£3300


Plans for PE and Sport Grant expenditure 2017-18

Key objectives

Initiative

Partners

Impact

Cost

To continue to increase the participation in the local competitive opportunities including the RBKC School Games Programme (Festivals and Leagues)

We have invested in Epic CiC’s All- inclusive School Games Competition package. The service includes inter-school competition against other local schools in a wide range of School Games ( Level    2)   sports  e.g. festivals and leagues.

EPIC CiC to deliver service

As a result, more pupils are now participating in - and enjoying - inter-schools sport competitions

Pupils involved in competitions have an increased understanding of winning / losing and the role of fair play and sportsmanship.

 

The funding has given us the opportunity to strengthen our partnerships with the local community and increased pupils’ opportunities to take part in a wide range of local competitions

£1320

 

To equip staff with the appropriate knowledge and skills to be able to deliver quality Physical Education lessons (long term skills set acquisition)

We have invested in staff inset days that are tailored to the specific needs of our teaching personnel.

EPIC CiC to deliver service

Teachers are gaining invaluable experience and confidence when teaching PE and therefore have a sustainable and long term impact.

 

Teaching staff are being up-skilled by enabling them to work alongside specialist practitioners.

All teachers have increased their involvement in intra-borough sports competitions.

£300

 

To encourage all children to participate in sports while raising the profile of sports in the school and local community

Offering children the chance to participate in the RBKC festivals and leagues as well as advertising local competitions and clubs.

 

Hiring additional PE specialists and coaching staff during PE week to run Physical, Health and Wellbeing sessions that encourage all children to participate in sports and lead a healthy lifestyle.

EPIC CiC to deliver service

Notice board designated to PE and School Games that also advertises the local competitions, club links and PE star of the month.

 

Health and Sports Week; encouraging children to get involved in as many activities as possible and ultimately improving their views towards leading a healthy lifestyle.

 

Weekly workout, encouraging all children to take part in 20 minutes daily exercise, promoting a healthy attitude in a fun environment.

 

 


Plans for PE and Sport Grant expenditure 2017-18

Key objectives

Initiative

Partners

Impact

Cost

To continue to improve the quality of the space and resources provided for sporting  activities

Upgrading of sports equipment as required.

N/A

A change in culture, where children show appreciation and respect for sporting equipment. This sense of pride has an impact in the sporting successes.

 

 

To promote the basis for a healthy and holistic lifestyle, both at school and at home

School’s involvement in Healthy Schools’ accreditation.

 

Healthy School Silver status achieved July 2016– targets to be worked on with the aim to achieve Gold in 2018/19

RBKC Healthy Schools Team

Greater awareness of what is required to live a healthy lifestyle. (parents, pupils and staff)

 

Healthier packed lunches.

 

Increased awareness of the impact that exercise has on fitness.

 

Pupils’ involvement to take an active part in the success of this initiative.

 

 

To strengthen the pupil voice/pupil leadership of sporting activities throughout the school day

Training pupils as ‘Playmakers’ (Year 5 Class) in out-of-school sessions

EPIC CiC to deliver service

A strong group of Playmakers/Young Leaders who will increase pupil participation, engagement and enjoyment in playground activities.

 

Playleaders to plan and run sessions during Sports and Health week, promoting leadership skills in a sporting environment and encouraging inter-year group communication.

£550