Menu
Home Page

Expenditure

What is sports premium?

Since 2013, the government has provided additional sport funding to schools. The funding is being jointly provided by the Department for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and will see money going directly to primary school Head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all children. As of September 2017 each school will receive £16,000 plus an extra £10 per pupil. The money can only be spent on sport and PE and Healthy Lifestyle provision in schools.

 

How much sport premium money did we receive in 2017/2018?

 

Total funding received: £19,690

Total expected spend: £19,690

 

Competitive School Sport:

Increasing pupil’s participation in extra-curricular sport

Objectives

Expected Cost

Outcomes

Increase number of sports children can represent the school in and therefore increase the numbers of boys and girls taking part. By buying into the Ashton Park School Sports Partnership

£1750

  • Increase in numbers of children representing the school
  • Attend at least 80% of the available competitions in the local area
  • Increase the number of children progressing to the area finals.

 

Healthy Active Lifestyles

Ensuring all our children have access to regular exercise

Objectives

Expected Cost

Outcomes

Increase the opportunities for all children throughout the school to take part in physical activity by providing transport.

 

£1300

 

 

  • Basic skills of the children will start to improve.
  • Attitudes towards healthy lifestyles will improve across the school.

 

To ensure all children have the opportunity to experience a new sport through extra-curricular sport.

£1500

 

 

  • All children have accessed a new sport in the local area

 

To ensure children have access to local tennis facilities as part of their weekly PE lessons. (at Victoria Park Tennis Courts)

 

£85

  • Children have access to the facilities regularly to increase participation and exercise

To provide children with the opportunity to take part in weekly Forest School, Allotment and Cookery sessions through additional adult support.

 

£4356

  • Increase and enrich the learning experience for our children through outdoor learning and healthy cooking.

To increase healthy lifestyle across the school through improving the cookery equipment, resources and purchasing continual healthy ingredients.

£3199

  • All children Improve knowledge and skills around healthy lifestyles.

 

Physical Education

Raising standards of all our children in Physical Education

Objectives

Expected Cost

Outcomes

To provide all staff with opportunities to complete continuing professional development in sport and healthy lifestyles.

£1000

  • Improve standard of PE lessons and help to develop a healthier lifestyle across the school.

 

To provide children with specialist equipment to improve standards in competitions and PE lessons.

 

 

£1500.

  • Improve standards of PE lessons
  • Improve success and standards in competitions/events.

To provide children with extra specialist adult support. In the form of a sports apprentice for lunchtime activities, PE lessons and after school sporting events.

£5000

  • Improved opportunities within PE lessons for children to work in smaller groups. Provide a range of stimulating sporting activates at lunch. Provide additional support to increase inclusivity.

 

 

 

 

What benefits are there?

Through sport children can develop skills and attitudes that will carry them through to adulthood. Through sport children can develop confidence, self-esteem, resilience, cooperation, team work, health and fitness, turn taking, coping with success and losing, conflict resolution, determination, aspiration and desire and well-being – amongst many others. Through sport children can learn to play sports and take part in activities and give them the confidence to join clubs and activities outside of school.

 

What does the Sport Premium mean for my school?

‘Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this’ (DfE June 2013).

 

At Victoria Park Primary School we have split up the funding into three different areas: Physical Education, Healthy Active Lifestyles and Competitive Sport. We have decided to spend the Sport Premium Grant on the following

 

Overview of Spending of Sports Premium from previous school year- 2016/2017

 

Physical Education

Raising standards of all our children in Physical Education

Objectives

Expected Cost

Outcomes

To increase staffs’ subject knowledge and confidence in teaching PE.

Future Stars Coaches working as mentors with teachers

£4000

  • Staff delivering high quality PE lessons
  • Standards improve
  • Children’s attitude to sport improves

 

To provide children with specialist equipment to improve standards in competitions and PE lessons.

 

 

£850 on a range of specialist equipment.
  • Improve standards of PE lessons
  • Improve success and standards in competitions/events.

To increase the number of staff who can teach, support or have an understanding of the teaching of swimming.

Staff CPD for Swimming Level 1 Instruction course for Year 4/5 teachers and Swimming Instructor/Life Guard Course for PE Leader

 £485

  • Increase the confidence and skills of Staff when supporting and teaching swimming.

 

Healthy Active Lifestyles

Ensuring all our children have access to regular exercise

Objectives

Expected Cost

Outcomes

Increase the opportunities for KS1 children to take part in physical activity.

Minibus hire for events:

£150

 

 

  • Basic skills of the children will start to improve.
  • Attitudes towards healthy lifestyles will improve in KS1.

 

To ensure all children have the opportunity to experience a new sport through extra curricular sport.

£2000

 

 

  • All children have accessed a new sport in the local area

 

To ensure children have access to  local tennis facilities as part of their weekly PE lessons.

£85

For the hire of Victoria Park Tennis Courts

  • Children have access to the facilities regularly to increase participation and exercise

 

Competitive School Sport:

Increasing pupil’s participation in extra-curricular sport

Objectives

Expected Cost

Outcomes

Increase number of sports  children can represent the school in and therefore increase the numbers of boys and girls taking part.

Buying into Ashton Park School Sports Partnership

£1750

Taxi costs: £500 (estimated)

 

  • Increase in numbers of children representing the school
  • Attend 80% of the available competitions in the local area
  • Increase the number of children progressing to the area finals.

Increasing the number of children taking part in intra-school competition

Prizes and resources for House Competition:

£100

  • Increase in children taking part in competition

 

Total funding received: £9, 920

Total expected spend: £9, 920

 

Top