Sports Premium

What is the PE and Sports Premium?

The government provides supplementary funding for schools and academies to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and Sport.

This money presently equates to £16000 per school per year plus and extra £10 per child. For our school this means approximately £18000 per year.

At Rowlatts Mead, we identify the contribution of PE and Sport to the health and well-being of the children. We are firm believers that an innovative and varied PE Curriculum, combined with regular extra-curricular activities have a positive influence on developing children’s physical literacy resulting in increased levels of concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children.

How do we use the Sports Premium Funding?

At Rowlatts Mead, we use the PE and Sports Premium in the following ways:

  • Sports Clubs run by Staff
  • CPD Opportunities for Staff
  • Participation in Sporting Events
  • Continuing Links with Local Sports Clubs
  • New Sports Equipment
  • Running of After School Clubs
  • Running of Lunch Time Sports Clubs
  • Transport (Minibus and Companies)
  • Sourcing a Greater Range of Sports Skills

Allocation of PE and Sports Premium 2017-18

ActionCostSuccess CriteriaImpact
Sports Club Links

·         Allows children to be taught by sport specific coach.

·         Allows staff to develop their CPD through both co-teaching and observation.

£5000Increase staff confidence in planning, delivering and assessing PE and Sport.

To upskill staffs skills in this area of the National Curriculum.

Increase children’s participation within Sport (in and outside of school).

·         Feedback from staff shows an increase in confidence. See – website

·         See Foundation Subject Attainment Analysis document.

CPD Opportunities

·         Allows staff to develop their CPD through both co-teaching and observation.

£3000Increase staff confidence in planning, delivering and assessing PE and Sport.

To upskill staffs skills in this area of the National Curriculum.

 

·         Increased number of children participating in Sport/Sports Teams.

·         Increased success in Sport in Competitions and Tournaments.

Resources

·         Ensure that the required equipment is available.

·         To replace old equipment.

·         Planning and Assessment.

£3000New resources to help staff to teach PE more effectively.

Planning and Assessment Criteria for teachers to plan, deliver and assess PE more effectively.

·         Lanyard has improved the sharing/misuse and respect of equipment. Resulting in reduction in expenditure.

·         Planning and Assessment has helped teachers with overall delivery of PE.

 

After School Sport

·         Funding used to pay staff for their extra-curricular activities.

 

£3,500Increase in participation throughout the school.

Increase in children participating outside of school too.

Increase in health and fitness.

·         Increased participation across the school.

·         Sports clubs fully booked.

 

Transport

·         Enable children to access competitions and events.

£3,500Increase the amount of sports events that the children can access.·         See newsletter/website

 

 

Swimming

Data for the competency of our Year 6 pupils will be available at the end of the academic year 2018-19.

 

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