Sports Premium

Report on proposed Sports Premium Spending and Impact 2016/17

 

During the year 2016/17, the school expects to receive £9000 in funding for the 211 children on roll. Added to this, we have £3076 carried forward from the year 2015/16. This money is 'ring-fenced' and has to be spent within guidelines laid out by the DfE.

As in previous years, the money for the 2015/16 year has been spent in different ways, from transporting children to sporting events, paying entry fees for competitions, buying new sport equipment, hiring sports coaches to teach sessions to the children whilst allowing our teachers to learn new skills and to pay for after school clubs for children.

It is important to us at Jessie Younghusband School that this money is invested wisely, especially as we do not know for how many years the funding will be in place. We are continuing to look at ways of making changes that are sustainable. Some of the funding has been used to buy new resources - from footballs to books about sport for our library - and to pay for training for the teachers. Providing new skills that enable staff to improve the quality of the provision, or to increase the range of what we can offer, is a very valuable way of investing some of this funding. We are also continuing to look at how we can work with local clubs to provide after school opportunities for our pupils - both at school and at the clubs themselves.

 

Report on Sports Premium Spending and Impact 2015/16

Total budget received = £8902 plus carry forward from 14/15:  £197

Total Budget : £9099

 

Amount

Area of spend

Impact

£985

Projector for school hall

To improve the equipment for indoor PE lessons and, to eliminate the trailing leads that went across the school hall, making the hall more accessible.

£2,045

Forest Schools

Children in Y1 and Y3 have had the chance to experience forest schools as part of their OAA. It is an opportunity for all of these children to learn new skills in the outdoor environment.

£1,190

Multi-sports

SCS came in and ran an after school multi-sports club for Y2 children. This enabled them to participate in a club that we wouldn’t have been able to run otherwise.

£200

Multi-skills festival

Y1&2 took part in a multi-skills festival at Bishop Luffa school which was a wonderful opportunity for the children to learn various skills.

£300

Cricket club

Sussex Cricket board ran after school clubs for Years 3&4. This enabled them to be trained by qualified coaches, which enriched the experience for the children.

£738

Agility tables& a vertical trolley for mats

New PE equipment was bought to enable the children to have a variety of activities for PE.

£228

Tennis

Chichester Tennis club ran after school tennis clubs, giving high quality coaching to encourage continuing engagement.

£317

Footballs and play equipment

New footballs and other play equipment were purchased to encourage activity at playtime.

£20

Swimming costs

Entry fee for the swimming competition in Horsham, which gave the children the experience of higher level competition.

TOTAL: £6023

 The remainder of the money received has been carried forward to 2016 /17

 

The overall impact of the Sports Premium has been to offer a wide range of sports and outdoor activities for children to broaden their experience and their enjoyment of physical activity. It has also enabled more children to take part in competitive sport and to experience success at school. Also, there was an investment in CPD for staff is also being investigated to particularly build confidence and skills in gymnastics.

In the coming year, we will continue to review our provision of larger PE equipment and up-dating it where needed which will be of benefit to all children across the school. Since our games coach, Mr James, has retired, we will also be investing in some PE coaching for the KS2 children, and this will be provided by South Coast Sports in the form of after school clubs.

 

Proposed spending in 2016/17 is as follows:

 

Predicted spend £

 

Area of spend

Expected Impact

£1300

Curriculum dance / teacher CPD (R&B dance) (Year 1, R- summer term 2016, Year 3,4,5,6 – autumn 2016 and spring term 2017)

The children will benefit from professional dance teaching enabling them to achieve well and gain maximum enjoyment. Teachers will benefit from the CPD they receive by also being involved in the series of lessons for their class.

£350

Sports Competitions. 16/17

Children will have opportunities to take part in competitive sport as these arise throughout the year.

£2800

Afterschool Sports coaching (SCS) Sept 2016 – July 2017

Year groups will benefit from professionally run sports clubs increasing enjoyment and participation in sport. Various sports to be offered over the year to include children in Yr 1 – Yr 6. (2 clubs per week all year.)

£300

Cricket club (spring 2017)

Sussex Cricket board to be invited to run after school clubs for KS2. This enable children to be trained by qualified coaches, which enriched the experience for the children. This was very successful in 2015/16.

£228

Tennis (spring 2017)

Chichester Tennis club  to be invited to run an after school tennis clubs, giving high quality coaching to encourage continuing engagement.

£350

Footballs and play equipment (Sept 2016)

New footballs and other play equipment were purchased to encourage activity at playtime.

£1080

Archery (summer 2016)

Afterschool club to extend children’s experience of a different sport

£768

KTROO (May 2016)

Afterschool club to extend children’s experience of a different activity

£2000

Forest schools

To give children OAA activities led by a fully qualified leader.

£9176

Total

 

Balance to be carried forward to 17/18

 

Developing an unused area of the playground

 

 

(expected to be approximately £2,900)

To increase the play opportunities for children through the clearing of an area of the playground and installation of new equipment to encourage physical development.

 

This to be carried forward and combined with next year’s allocation until there is enough money available for the project.