PE and Sport Premium
Physical Education and Sport Premium Funding Expenditure:
Report to parents: 2015/16
|Number of pupils and PE/Sport Funding received|
|Total number of pupils on roll (Y1-Y6 according to Jan 2016 School Census)||270|
|Nature of support 2015/16|
Our strategy is to use sports funding money to increase the levels of participation in our children, give them experience of a wide variety of sports and ensure that they receive good quality teaching.
We will join with the West Norfolk School Sport partnership so that there is specialist curriculum sport teaching. In addition this will allow us to support our more able sports people towards representing district and county teams.
We have allocated funding to introduce children to a wide range of sports in order to increase the chance that they will come across a sport they really enjoy and so will continue participation into secondary and adult life.
We will spend money on updating sports equipment so that the experience of sport for all children is positive through access to good quality equipment across the curriculum.
|Record of PE/Sport Funding spending by item/project 2015/16|
|Item/Project||Cost||Objective||Impact/Rational for spending||Outcome|
|Transport Costs for Outdoor Advantage||£200||Provide opps for outdoor education.||Outdoor Adventure for Early Years – Trip to Sandringham||Enabled us to join in County Sports & Activities|
|Introducing new sports to pupils, to encourage pupils to take up different sports||£4800||Increase levels of participation.||Qualified sports coach to teach children Fencing and Archery lessons to KS2, providing them with an opportunity to participate in a new sport.||National recognised competition awards, can go on to take part nationally|
|Swimming Lessons||£750||Ensure national curriculum requirements are met.||Top up teaching lessons to ensure that Year 6 pupils achieve 25 metres before leaving school.||More pupils (up by 30%) can swim 25m
|West Norfolk School Sport Partnership
|£1800||Ensure high quality teaching for all pupils.||School Sport Co-ordinator providing Specialist Curriculum Support, Competitions/festival provided in a variety of sports through consultation between the Cluster, SSCo and School Games Organiser to ensure there is a pathway to county level competition.||High School teacher comes in to teach pupils, transition made smoother. Staff upskilled, staff CPD after school
|Training Course for minibus driving and First Aid Refresher Course||£229||Increase opps for competitive sport.||Minibus available to hire from an Academy within COWA Trust, Pupils can be transported to after school sporting fixtures. Fully trained first aider on site if required.||Now achieved nationally expected staff levels and reduce travel costs|
|PE & Sports equipment include –
Sports Day Awards
Participate in local league football
|Ensure lessons are enjoyable and allow for good learning through provision of good quality equipment.||Provide and renew equipment for PE lessons and after school clubs to encourage more pupils to take up sport and introduce children to new sport or activities.
Local league Football
|Football club takes part locally, equipment replaced as required.
Basketball coach employed at lunch times