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Sports Premium

‘Sport Premium’ is a new funding package that has been recently announced by the Government. They are providing schools with additional money over the next two years to support the delivery of PE and sports in schools.Over the last year the Sports Premium Grant has been used to aim to fulfil the following criteria:

-Increase in participation rates in such activities as games, dance, gymnastics, swimming and athletics

-Improving Extra-Curricular sports provision

-Participation and success in competitive school sports

-Ensuring that Physical education becomes more inclusive

- Work on physical education with other schools and other local partners

 

Sports Premium allocation   2015 - 16

 

Allocation  per school   

8,000.00

Allocation  £5 per child x 265 children

1,325.00

Total

9,325.00

              

 

Specialist Sports coaches

 

Inter school sports competitions - transport

 

Lunch time  sports sessions

 

CPD-TA / Lunchtime supervisors  training

 

CPD- Teacher training - e.g. orienteering

 

CPD teacher Supply cover/ transport costs

 

PE  Co-ordinator PE training - gym, dance ,swimming

 

PE  Co-ordinator Supply cover

 

 

 

CPD teacher - swim training 

 

Sports event

 

 

 

Sports clubs instruction

 

 

Impact of Sports premium funding 2015 /2016

(The difference it has made / will make)

• Ensuring strong, sustainable, effective links to the 2012 Games Legacy and Olympic and Paralympic Values

• Increase opportunities for level 1 an 2 interschool opportunities

• Enhanced, extended, inclusive extra-curricular provision

• Understanding of the values of true sportsmanship

• Enhanced, inclusive curriculum provision

• Enhanced quality of teaching and learning

• Increased capacity and sustainability

• Positive attitudes to health and well-being

• Improved behaviour and attendance

• Improved pupil attitudes to PE

• Increased pupil participation

• Enhanced quality of delivery of activities

• Positive attitudes to health and well-being

• Improved behaviour and attendance and reduction of low level disruption

• A more inclusive curriculum which inspires and engages all pupils

• Enhanced quality of teaching and learning

• Extended, alternative provision

• An increased awareness of healthy lifestyles

• Enhanced quality of provision

• increased participation in competitive activities

• Increased range of opportunities

• Sharing of best practice

• Increased pupil awareness of opportunities available in the community.

 

 

 

 

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