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PE and Sport Premium

Smeeth Community Primary School-Sports Premium 2016-2017

Report to parents and planned expenditure 2016-2017

Summary of Pupils on roll and Sports Premium received

 

Sports Premium Grant (2016-2017) received and carried over from 2015/ 2016

£12,436

Sports Premium Grant (2016-2017) unspent

£2889

Total number of pupils on roll (Sept 2016)

130

 

In September 2016 every primary school received a £8000 Primary Support Premium from the government to improve provision of Physical Education (PE) and sport in School.

 

At Smeeth Community Primary School we have always been committed to providing children with excellent Sporting Provision. With the aided funding, we aim to further develop our provision to ensure that each child experiences the benefits. At Smeeth Community Primary School the Governors and Headteacher believe the purpose of the Sports Premium should be:

  • To establish PE and Sports as an integral part of the School Curriculum at Smeeth.
  • To sustain and improve the provision of P.E and School Sport throughout the whole school community.
  • To ensure that the teachers and support staff offer high quality Physical Education as part of the school curriculum and that continual professional development to existing staff is ongoing.
  • To provide appropriate competitive School Sport opportunities for all pupils who wish to take part.
  • To identify, enthuse and engage with those children and families who are less active and, therefore, less likely to choose sport and exercise as a lifestyle choice.
  • To work in partnership with other organisations and schools to maximise the potential of the P.E and school sport funding and make best use of the facilities within the school grounds and within the local community.

 

Provision and Principles

At Smeeth Community Primary School we currently allocate funding in the following ways:

  • Support from outside organisations to ensure that there is a wide range of after school sports provision on offer to all members of the school community.
  • The allocation of funding appropriately after surveying staff in order to ascertain what sporting provision pupils and adults would like CPD for or enhanced in.
  • Ensuring that through Sports Premium funding Smeeth Community Primary School is able to offer and sustain a wide variety of extra-curricular sports clubs made available to the whole school. This includes multi skills, football, netball, rounders and athletics.
  • Providing PE and sport delivery support to all year groups across the year.
  • Provide suitable and maintained equipment to enable all children to access sport and PE.
  • Transport to and from events.

 

Expenditure 2016-2017

 

Initiative

Cost

Impact

The North School Sports Package

£1,400

This annual payment to a local secondary school has enabled high quality support for staff and increased opportunities for participation for pupils in local and district competitions and tournaments

I am Fit (Dance specialist teacher)

 

£240

Children to receive high quality Dance lessons. Teachers to develop knowledge and understanding teaching Dance

5 a Day Fitness

£240

Children receive high quality fitness lessons

Specialist Sports coaching

£8000

 

Children to receive high quality PE lessons. Teachers to develop knowledge and understanding teaching PE.

 

Ashford Netball Youth League subscription

£50

Children experience competitive sports

ADPSSA Ashford District Primary School Sports Association

£40

Children experience competitive sports

Total

£9970

 

 

Impact of swimming for Year 6 pupils:-

There were 12 pupils in Year 6, 10 pupils could swim 25 metres when assessed at the end of the swimming lessons (83% of pupils could swim 25 metres).

 

Sports Premium Grant (2017-2018) received £8650 and unspent £2889 = Total £11539

 

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