Horndon-on-the-Hill C. of E. Primary School

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Sports Premium

 

After celebrating sporting success in the last academic year, we aim to be involved in more opportunities to do the same this year. We actively promote and participate in the 'Sainsbury's School Games' programme. http://yourschoolgames.com/

We have committed to entering many more competitive events throughout this year which can be seen on our sport calendar. More clubs have been organised for both key stages so that a wider range of sports can be accessed during the year;  details of these can be seen under 'Sporting Events'.

A commitment to staff development and equipment has also been made to ensure we continue to provide high quality sport and physical education across the school. 

 

What is the sports premium?

Last year, the government provided additional sports funding of £150 million to schools. They  have agreed to continue this funding for the  academic year  '2016 to 2017', to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - will be allocated to primary schools.

This funding can only be spent on provision of P.E. and sport in schools.

Funding for schools will be calculated by the number of primary-aged pupils they have in years 1-6, as recorded in the annual schools census. 

Schools must spend this funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

As a school, we have a monitoring plan in place to support the continued provision for Sport and PE in the future. This includes the replacing and renewing of equipment as needed. We also monitor and assess at each half term to identify the needs of the children and staff's professional development.

How much is our school receiving?

Our school is receiving £8,000 plus £5 for every child in Years 1-6.  This equals £8,890 for this academic year.

 

As part of the Thurrock School Sport Partnership, impact measuring has taken place and from data and events entered we have proudly been awarded the 'S.S.P. Gold Award' 

 

Sports Premium Funding - academic year 2016 -17

So far this year our sport fund money has been allocated as follows:

2 Sport Breakfast club per week.

2 Sport Afterschool clubs per week.

2 Sport Lunchtime clubs per week.

3 competitions of intra sport assistance.

6 week playground leader training.

Cost for this  = £5210

Subscription fee per child to Thurrock School Sport Partnership@ 45p per child £76.50

Entry to sporting competitions for KS1 £250

Entry for sporting competition for KS2.

Entry to Borough Olympic championships £75

Provide medals, trophies, certificates at events.

Cost for this =£ 401.50

 

CPD- staff development courses and training in  a range of P.E and sporting areas.

½ day I.N.S.E.T. staff training £ 120

Taster sessions for clubs running in the community to promote active lifestyles and involvement in sport outside of school.

Transportation to some sporting events to allow participation. £300

Contribution to the 'Outdoor and Adventurous Activity' trip. £770.20

Less able extra swimming sessions to support water safety and national curriculum standards. (Predicted £60)

 

The total committed so far for this academic year is £6861.70

 

Staff CPD also booked

Equipment for active break and lunchtimes to be purchased.

 

 

 

Sports Premium Funding - academic year 2015-16

2 Sport Breakfast club per week.

2 Sport Afterschool clubs per week.

2 Sport Lunchtime clubs per week.

3 competitions of intra sport assistance.

6 week playground leader training.

Cost for this  = £5210

Subscription fee per child to Thurrock School Sport Partnership.

Entry to sporting competitions for KS1.

Entry for sporting competition for KS2.

Entry to Borough Olympic championships.

Provide medals, trophies, certificates at events.

Cost for this =£ 405.10

 

CPD- staff development courses and training in  a range of P.E and sporting areas.

½ day I.N.S.E.T. staff training

Taster sessions for clubs running in the community to promote active lifestyles and involvement in sport outside of school.

Transportation to some sporting events to allow participation. £321

Contribution to the 'Outdoor and Adventurous Activity' trip. £960

Less able extra swimming sessions to support water safety and national curriculum standards. ( £62.50)

 More able/gifted and talented child support for national competition. £

Remaining funding= £1939.40 + £353.50 carried forward= balance of £2284.90.

This will be spent in the summer term on equipment, CPD for staff and taster session and community sport to promote active lifestyles outside of school.

 

 

  

Previous Sports Premium funding - academic year 2014-15.

How it has been used?

  • We have signed up to a service level agreement with Thurrock School Sport Partnership to provide;

1Breakfast club per week

2 Afterschool clubs per week

1 Lunchtime club per week

12 hours of high quality P.E. teaching demonstrations for staff

3 competitions of intra sport assistance.

Specialist sport support in badminton and hockey

½ day I.N.S.E.T. staff training

6 week ‘Healthy Lifestyle’ programme

6 week playground leader training.

Entry to sporting competitions

Supportive and developmental observations for specific year groups.

Entry to dance show at Thameside theatre.

Entry to Borough Olympic championships

Provide medals, trophies, certificates all events

The total cost of this is £5746.50 for the academic year

 

In addition to this, new sports equipment has been purchased to ensure the delivery of high quality PE lessons. We have also developed a new storage space for all equipment in order to prolong its life and to be able to continue to make that commitment in the future. 

The cost of this is £2770.00

The total commitment from the allocated sports funding for 2014-15 is £8516.50 Leaving £353.50

 

How will the impact be measured?

  • Staff developments have been identified and this has formed the basis of how we will use our CPD training.
  • School Governors will monitor and report on  the impact of how funding is spent.
  • Lesson observations will be undertaken with teachers to ensure the delivery of good to outstanding lessons
  • Children will complete a questionnaire at the end of the first and third terms to assess attitudes towards the PE and sport offered to them
  • School to apply for silver or gold Sainsbury’s Sport Games Status in July 2015 based on this year’s commitment to the provision of sport
  • School will audit the participation in clubs and events - measuring increased participation for this academic year.

Our increased participation and improvements to P.E. and Sport this year means we successfully gained the Sainsbury's School Sport Silver award. This acknowledges the impact of the sport's funding and our commitment to the development of competition, school sport and physical education.

 

 

Previous Sports Premium funding - academic year 2013-14.

 

In the previous academic year,  our sports funding was calculated in the same way as the current year.

 

We paid for the gold level of service from the Thurrock School Sport partnership this provided us with:

Entry to competitions

Demonstration lessons and team teaching

1x lunchtime club

1x after school club

S.S.Co. support to measure impact of funding

INSET training.

Professional development opportunities in P.E/sport.

Play Leader training

Costing approximately £5500

 

 

We also funded the school's 'Outdoor and Adventurous' activity trip to Grangewaters. £1260

Transport arrangements were provided for children to participate in sporting events.

Funded specialist sports coaches delivered high quality P.E sessions. £1000

 

By providing extra curricular sports clubs, pupils became more active and were provided with opportunities to participate in a range of different sports.

Staff are aware of curriculum developments and updated with Health and Safety for the teaching of P.E. All teaching staff now have new strategies to support and plan for differentiation within their P.E teaching especially to stretch the more able children.

 Children participated in more competitive sports and were the overall winners of the Borough Olympics.  

We successfully gained the Sainsbury's School Sport Bronze award for our commitment to the development of competition, school sport and physical education.