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Sports Premium

PE and Sports Premium 2014-2015

From March 2015, schools are required to publish online information about how they have used the PE and Sport Premium. The PE and Sport Premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sporting activities they offer their pupils. The Government are spending over £450 million on this funding over the 3 academic years 2013 to 2014, 2014 to 2015 and 2015 to 2016.

The budget, goes directly to head teachers so that they can decide how best to use it. Schools receive PE and sport premium funding based on the number of pupils in Years 1 to 6. Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £8,000 and an additional payment of £5 per pupil. The PE and Sport Premium is used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision. Salfords Primary School received £9,845 for academic year 2014/15. It has been spent in the following ways:

Provision: PE Leader TLR payment and 1 afternoon per week Teacher Cover

TLR Cost: £3,000, Half-day Cover: £175 per day (39x£175per week) = £6,825 

Impact:

  • An audit of the subject was undertaken and a detailed action plan was created, identifying strengths and areas for development, allowing for clear target setting.
  • Development of a specialist PE Team, enabling the school to build capacity and sustainability for the improvement of PE and sports teams
  • Three Staff meetings covering – teaching and learning (indoor and outdoor), planning, resourcing, teaching strategies and addressing areas raised from lesson observations/drop in visits e.g. modelling
  • Formal lesson observations for all PE class teachers – providing feedback and next steps, with follow up observations where needed or requested to further develop practice.
  • Team teaching with New Staff (2 last school year and 3 this school year.) Working alongside the teacher planning and teaching sequences of lessons jointly – allowing for the teacher to develop and improve their subject knowledge and skills.
  • PE Leader has been observed by teachers enabling them to see the correct practice and build on their range of teaching strategies
  • Introducing a new planning format and learning journey for the whole school to improve the planning of sequences of lessons, allowing for the children to build on their skills, progression across the unit and competition element.
  • Implementing and monitoring the planning of the new PE curriculum.
  • Promotion of extra-curricular sport, encouraging children to participate in a wide range of activities e.g football, netball, dance, multi-skills, health related fitness, cricket, tennis, athletics
  • Swimming – organising and timetabling swimming teachers for the Autumn and Summer Terms so each class receives an hour a week of swimming for two terms a year.

Provision: Equipment and resources                                                 Cost: £3000

Impact:

  • A new range of sporting equipment for indoor and outdoor PE has been purchased, in order to impact on PE lessons and skill development.

Provision: Competitions                                                                     Cost: £500

Impact:

  • Participation in local competitions in football, netball, tag rugby, cross country, athletics, and cricket. Sports Teams played several games against other local schools.

Provision: Extra-curricular Clubs run by external partner                            Cost: £1500

Impact:

  • Pupils were able to participate in a wider range of athletics and multi-skills sporting clubs in 2014-5 with the hire of BK Coaching.

 Total Spend = £11,000 – the additional spend was allocated via school budget.

2015-16 Key Areas for Development for PE

  1. Assessment of PE across KS1 and KS2
  2. Presentation to the Governors on the use of the PE Funding

Pupil Participation 2015-6 at after-school clubs and activities.