Sports Grant

What is the Sports Premium?

The government has committed to allocating the “Sports Premium” to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

In 2014 -15, each school received £8,000 plus an additional sum per pupil. Money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools although not on building projects e.g. towards our new school PE hall.

We have high standards attained in Sports, and have targeted funding to engage even more pupils in sports, to up-skill the staff Team further, to provide enrichment opportunities for all pupils including gifted and talented and to improve resources for teaching and assessment.

                            Pupil Premium Grant Report 2015/16   

Grant allocation: £8950

The school achieved the Silver Award for Sports. We are now planning a programme to meet the Gold Award Standard

Action

Cost

Monitoring

Impact

Staff INSET/training for PLT

Babcock LDP training programme

£585.42

Teacher feedback

PEDPASS

PLT mins

Pupil council (PE)

Staff confident to deliver high quality PE and sports.

Engagement with/membership OCRA for specialist training, support and sports programme

 

Training of Young Sports Leaders

£1600

 

 

Transport to and from sporting events and competitions

£650

SLT

PLT

100% pupil engagement in sporting events

Supply cover to enable staff to take pupils to sports events

£1090.06

 

Additional staff attending events and leading extra-curricular sports clubs.

LD, CB, NP, SM

Wall bars for gym hall and PE equipment

£2860

£74.85

 

Teacher feedback

Pupil councils

Planning

PE subject leader

All pupils use wall-bars in planned lessons

New gym hall and equipment has enabled continuity of provision on a regular basis.

Sports enrichment for children

Opportunities to engage in a wider range of sports,

£1050

Parent feedback

Attendance registers

PPG pupils engaged in after school clubs

High take up. A, B, and C teams entered for sporting competitions

Additional swimming opportunities for younger pupils

£1167.5

 

 

Range of PE/Sports after school clubs during Autumn, Spring and Summer terms extended – now includes hockey, tag rugby (upper and lower KS2), dance, football, netball, unicycle, cyclo cross, athletics, cricket and cross country.

School teams entered local competitions and following great success took part in the following

The Athletics team made it through to the West Devon finals

The Hockey team made it through to the Quick sticks semi finals

The Tag rugby team won the local area competition

The Cross country team won the Castle Drogo cross country event and also the Weaver Cup for larger schools.