Sports Premium

Funding Allocation 2015 - 2016

Sports premium money is allocated by the Government to provide support to schools to ensure the development of good physical skills, encourage participation in sports and PE and promote healthy lifestyles.

In 2014-5 Alderwood received £8,848 in Sports premium, of which £4,935 was spent. In 2015-6 Alderwood received £8,885 in Sports Premium. Alderwood has an overall budget for the academic year 2015-6 of £12,763.

Below is a proposed outline for the allocation of funds:

PE Grant 2015-2016

Cost

Impact

Provision of after school clubs across all key stages in a range of sporting activities

£3436.50

 Increased participation levels.

More children attending local sports clubs and receiving specialist coaching.

Fundamental movement scheme resources

£150

To master basic movements and core skills to develop balance, agility and coordination and begin to apply these in a range of activities.

To provide opportunities for children to enter borough tournaments and community activities, such as Quadkids, Gymnastics Key Step and Kwik Cricket. Run coaching sessions in order to prepare children for competitive sports.

 

To provide transport to and from events where required.

£500

To expose children to competitive events and increase confidence and motivation.

To provide coaches to lead competitive teams in UKS2 in Netball and Football, in preparation for Secondary School competition

TBC

To prepare children for competition, training and discipline involved in competitive sport.

Mentoring support for PE Leader. To include training in lesson observations and guidance with School Development Plan with regards to PE.

Borough course

£600

 

 

 

£60

To monitor the quality of teaching and learning and ensure consistency throughout.

 

 

Gain support for planning and share good practice

Offer a Change4Life Club for targeted group of children in Year 5.

Training for TA to run a Change4Life Club

£320

To promote the importance of a healthy lifestyle in addition to PE lessons and playtimes.

Provide all children in the school with a competitive sports day.

 

PE Leader mentor to support the PE Leader with the preparation and organisation.

£200

All children compete in races and have the opportunity to win prizes.

Spare PE kits (indoor and outdoor) across all key stages

TBC

To enable children to participate in physical activity as regularly as possible, to encourage increased enjoyment in sport and competition.

Swimming lessons for an additional KS2 class

£3060

To enable children to develop their swimming skills rapidly, with ease and with confidence. To swim regularly and to encourage confidence in future competition

In addition to the above, children will also be able to access a variety of different clubs throughout the year  out of and during school hours provided by specialist sports coaches. Children will also take part in local  cluster events, such as Crown Woods Dance Show and Sport-a-thon. Swimming will be continued to be taught  throughout Key Stage Two.

Our overall aim is to raise standards in P.E. and school sport increasing the participation and opportunities offered to our children. We aim to provide higher quality lessons and improved learning and progression for all.

 

 

 

 

 

Sports Premium 2016-2017

Budget £ 8,865 (Carry over from last year £5179) Total £14,044

P.E.

Cost

Impact

Provision of after school clubs across all key stages in a range of sporting activities

£3700

An increase in participation levels in sporting activities. More children will attend local sports clubs and receive specialist coaching.

To provide opportunities for children to enter borough tournaments and community activities.

 

Run coaching sessions in order to prepare children for competitive sports (such as interschool swimming galas and the Greenwich Primary Schools Annual Sportathon).

 

 

To provide transport to and from events where required.

£800

More children will be exposed to competitive events. Their motivation levels and engagement with sport, both in and outside of school, will improve as a result.

To provide coaches to lead competitive teams in Upper Key Stage 2 in Netball and Football, in preparation for Secondary School competition

£250

To prepare children for competition, training and discipline involved in competitive sport.

To employ a sports coach to mentor teachers in the school – supporting adults with lesson planning and providing them with feedback.

£800

 

 

 

 

 

To monitor the quality of teaching and learning throughout the school to ensure consistency in P.E. Teachers’ feel confident when planning for this subject and routinely share good practice.

 

Offer a Change4Life Club for a targeted group of children.

Training for TA to run a Change4Life Club

£400

 

A healthy lifestyle is promoted across the school and all children are aware of healthy eating habits.

Provide all children in the school with a competitive sports day. (Sports mentor to support the PE Leader with the preparation of tasks and organisation of resources).

 

£200

 

All children are able to compete in activities and have the opportunity to display their skills and enjoyment of sport.

Buy new equipment (table tennis tables) to increase participation in this sport.

£1500

Children are exposed to a wider range of resources and activities, leading to increased participation levels outside of school.

To provide spare PE kits (both indoor and outdoor) across all key stages

£100

 

To enable children to participate in physical activity as regularly as possible, to encourage increased enjoyment in sport and competition.

Swimming lessons for an additional KS2 class.

 

£3060

To enable children to develop their swimming skills rapidly, with ease and with confidence. To swim regularly and to encourage confidence in future competition

Develop sport leadership in children

 

 

£200

More children are active at playtimes and lunch times. Children are offered a wider variety of games that children can take part in. There is an increased interest and enjoyment for children in new group games and better behaviour and interactions at break times. Children develop movement, coordination and sport skills

Professional development – Release for P.E leader to attend borough P.E meetings and CPD training sessions across the year.

£150

Leader is provided with ideas, resources and activity packs that are shared with colleagues across the school. Leader has increased subject knowledge and confidence in teaching the aims of the curriculum.

Improve dance facilities by installing a new sound system within the hall.

£1000

More children engage in dance and take part in after school activities and interschool competitions.

Subscription to online exercise routines and resources – to encourage regular daily exercise e.g. 5 a day, Jump Start Johnny.

£100

More children spend time being more active each day. More children work towards an hour of daily exercise. There is a better focus during learning activities, when used during learning time.