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PE Sports Funding 2021/2022

Total grant received for the 2021-2022 academic year: £19,220.

 

PE specialists to help deliver and run the wider PE provision in the school, including active lunchtimes; physical literacy intervention, forest schools:  £ 16,250. 

 

Resupply of the PE equipment: £ 1000.

 

Derby school sports partnership/affiliation (SSP): £ 1500

 

Healthy fortnight athletes, workshops and provision: £ 470 

 

 

Our aims are as follows:

  • To ensure access for all pupils to high quality first teaching of PE by training highly skilled PE teaching staff.

  • To increase pupils' participation in extracurricular sporting activities.

  • To promote active lunch and break times for all pupils.

  • To introduce sharper assessment practices in PE to quickly identify next step skills to be taught.

  • To increase opportunities to take part in competitive sport.

  • To enable all pupils to access a broad range of healthy after school clubs.

  • To increase the participation in healthy Positive competition. 


Year 6 Swimming Outcomes 2020-2021

  • 90% of the year group can swim competently, confidently, and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 meters.
  • 86% can use a range of strokes effectively
  • 90% can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

 

PE Sports Funding 2020/2021

Total spend for the 2019-2020 acidemic year: 18,980

 

PE specialists to help deliver and run the PE provision in the school:  £ 16,250. 

 

Resupply of the PE equipment/ store: £ 800.

 

Derby school sports partnership/affiliation (SSP): £ 1500

 

Healthy fortnight athletes, workshops and provisions: £ 430 

 

 

Our aims are as follows:

  • To ensure access for all pupils to high quality first teaching of PE by training highly skilled PE teaching staff.

  • To increase pupils' participation in extracurricular sporting activities.

  • To promote active lunch and break times for all pupils.

  • To introduce sharper assessment practices in PE to quickly identify next step skills to be taught.

  • To increase opportunities to take part in competitive sport.

  • To enable all pupils to access a broad range of healthy after school clubs.

  • To increase the participation in healthy Positive competition. 


 

Sports Premium Review of 2020-2021


Year 6 Swimming Outcomes 2019-2020

  • 92% of the year group can swim competently, confidently, and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 meters.
  • 92% can use a range of strokes effectively
  • 92% can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

 

2019-2020 Sports premium implementation and impact.

 

Received £18,470 and we are planning to do the following:

 

To continue our affiliation with Derby City SSP to allow us to participate in competitions, festivals & CPD training. £ 3500 – Attended a range of events (competitive and festival based). Took part in a range of CPD opportunities to upskill the PE staff knowledge.

Employ a specialist PE teacher (full time) and a specialist PE Coach (part-time) to teach PE exclusively to all pupils in a school: Total cost = £6,000 on staffing costs.  – Helped direct, shape and implement the PE curriculum in the school. Has been able to design a new assessment method and implement. Has helped facilitate after school sports clubs. Has helped direct, the implementation of forest schools.  

To employ the help of Derby County Community Trust to help us with planning/running of our annual sports day in order to improve the quality of Sports Days within the school. Total cost: £250- Due to COVID-19 this was not carried out however would have improved the overall running of the sports day.

Fund for travel to and from sports fixtures. Total cost: £1,300.- spent 500 pounds of this budget on several competitions and festivals help for the school. Due to COVID-19, the budget was not fully spent.

To continue to train our subject leadership in how to bring the physical activity within mainstream lessons (English, maths & science), improve the amount of Physical Active available to pupils. Total Cost: £600

Ensure that lunchtime & break times are active using our Midday Supervisors & PE teaching team. Total Cost:  £700. -  This funding has allowed the lunchtime to become more inclusive and encourage more students to stay active during these periods. This budget has allowed for several activities to be rotated on a termly basis. This has ensured students are getting that valuable weekly exercise goals.

PE provision: £900 – This Budget has restoked the PE store with Up-to-date equipment and resources. The aim this year was to resupply kits that were damaged and needed replacing as well ensuring equipment levels were at a level that allows for individual practices if required.

Healthy Fortnight: Athlete workshops (£600)- Covid-19 canceled this event however would have been a great enrichment opportunity in the year of the Olympic games.

Healthy fortnight - Chartwells (£500)- Covid-19 canceled this event however would have been a great enrichment opportunity in the year of the Olympic games.

Healthy fortnight Move and learn DCCT workshop (£250)- Covid-19 canceled this event however would have been a great enrichment opportunity to enhance and promote healthy eating.

Bike ability Year 5&6: (TBC) Covid-19 canceled this event however would have been a great enrichment opportunity.

Ash Randel: (TBC) Covid-19 canceled this event, however, would have been a great enrichment opportunity.

PE and Sports Premium Funding: 2018-19

In April 2013, the Government announced new funding of £150 million for physical education (PE) and sport, to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision. Funding has been allocated to all maintained and state-funded schools with primary phase pupils from 1 September 2013.

Schools are free to determine how best to use this funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.

 

Our aims are as follows:

  • To ensure access for all pupils to high quality first teaching of PE by training highly skilled PE teaching staff.
  • To increase pupils' participation in extra curricular sporting activities.
  • To promote active lunch and breaktimes for all pupils.
  • To introduce sharper assessment practices in PE to quickly identify next step skills to be taught.
  • To increase opportunities to take part in competitive sport.
  • To enable all pupils to access a broad range of healthy after school clubs.

 

Year 6 Swimming Outcomes

  • 85% of the year group can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres.
  • 85% can use a range of strokes effectively
  • 85% can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

 

PE Sports Funding 2018-19

We will receive £17,720 throughout the academic year and we are planning to do the following:

 

To continue our affiliation with Derby City SSP, DCCT & the Active Schools programme to allow us to partipcate in competitions, festivals & CPD training. Cost:£2,600. This has allowed all children to be involved in sporting event especially our SEN children. CPD training has allowed our PE team to up skill themselves allowing them to ensure that high quality PE is delivered.

 

Employ a specialist PE teacher (full time) and a specialist PE Coach (part time) to teach PE exclusively to all pupils in school: Total cost = £6,000 on staffing costs. By employing these members of staff, it has allowed the PE team to dedicate their team to solely improve the quality of PE throughout the school. It has enabled the school to participate in more physical activity this year.

 

Provide AfPE Level 5 subject training to Sports Coach to develop their skills & improving the Sports provision throughout the school. Total cost= £900 Enabling the PE team to undertake this training has allowed the team to up skill themselves of what is needed to meet the need of the curriculum and the practices involved. Thus improving the quality of PE delivery.

 

To employ the help of Derby County Community Trust to help us with planning/running of our annual sports day in order to improve the quality of Sports Days within the school. Total cost: £120 To ensure that our sports day are inclusive to all our children and that children thoroughly enjoy participating in competitive sport.

 

Fund for travel to and from sports fixtures. Total cost: £1,300 To allow all children to opportunity to partake in sporting event across the academic year from competitive events to festivals.

 

To  train our Year 5&6 Mini Leaders to provide leadership skill for them and themselves to provide lunchtime club activities for KS1 children. Total Cost: £150 A wide variety of lunchtimes are in operated which allows all children to partipcate in lunchtime clubs. This will help to ensure that pupils hit their 30 minute recommended amount of physical activity.

 

In our current Year 6 cohort, 85% of our pupils are meeting the national curriculum requirement of swimming competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, using a range of strokes effectively and performing safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

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