Sports Premium Funding

2018/ 2019 Spending

 

For the academic year 2019/ 2019, the sports premium money was spent in the following ways:

School Sports Partnership

  • School Games Events – no cost

  • Y3/4 competitions - £150

  • KS1 competition – £200

  • Lancashire Primary PE Alliance Universal Offer (incl. the YST L2 offer). - £750

 

This includes:

ü  Lancashire Healthy Schools offer, on-line self-review tool, 3 X ½ day network meetings and half a day teacher adviser support in school.

ü  1 FREE place on a Lancashire or YST PE course (see list below and select preferred course).

ü  1 FREE place on a Youth Trust National CPD Seminar.

ü  Access to the Lancashire Healthy Schools Programme at Level 2.

ü  Lancashire Physical Development Assessment Resource – KS1 Teachers book FMS and Physical Development Assessment KS2 – building on Lancashire PE KS1 baseline assessment.

ü  Support to use & evidence template for PE & Sport Premium through the online resources.

ü  Health and Safety support when employing external coaches.

ü  YST Online Resources - becoming part of our network of schools will give you access to best practice guidance and an extensive library of new ideas.

ü  YST Autumn and summer national Webinar Get topical information and updates direct from our experts.

ü  YST Inspire Journal Receive our termly magazine written by an editorial board of leading sector experts, with guest features from your peers.

ü  National communications and Updates - Keep up to date with developments, events and new opportunities in the field, with enhanced insight shared with Level 2 and 3.

ü  High Quality PE Course

  • Infrastructure charge - £1500

Total: £2600

South Ribble Sports Partnership Coaching Programme

Dance – Y4/ Y3

Hockey – Y5/ 6

Tots level 1 and level 2 – YR

Beyond Sport – Y6

Orienteering – Y5/ Y6

Adventure – Y3/ Y4

Cricket – Y3/ Y4

Tag Rugby – Y5/ Y6

Gymnastics – Y1/ Y2

Tennis – Y1/ Y2

Athletics – Y1/ Y2

 

In addition, South Ribble Borough Council also ran ‘Bikeability’ (Y6), ‘Scoot Safe’ (Y3), ‘Heart Start’ (Y6) and the ‘Dance from the Heart Festival’ (whole school). These events were free of charge.

 

Total: £4295

 

Chance to Shine Cricket Coaching

Y5 and Y6 lessons

 

Total: £650

 

 

Extra-Curricular Clubs

Multiskills Club – KS1

Multiskills Club – KS2

Football – Y3

Maths on the Move – Y6 and Y2

Basketball – Y5/Y6

Vigorboarding – Y5/Y6

 

Total: Approx. £3000

 

Competition

This year the school took part in the following competitions:

  • central venue football
  • central venue netball/ South Ribble netball finals
  • cricket
  • Netball

 

Total cost: Approx. £400 (includes cost of transport and supply cover for accompanying staff)

 

Impact

  • Opportunities to take part in competitive sport, friendly matches and competitive events through South Ribble Partnership.
  • All year groups benefited from at least two coached blocks of PE at some point during the year. This also helped to develop and upskill staff in their own teaching (impact 100% of children benefited from at least one block of coached PE).
  • Improvement in the quality of teaching and learning across different aspects of PE including gymnastics, dance, striking and fielding, net/ wall games and invasion games at the foundation stage, key stage 1 and key stage 2.
  • Opportunities for cross-curricular learning within PE e.g. Maths on the Move and Beyond Sport.
  • School staff involved in coaching to help up skill them in delivery.
  • Increase in the number of clubs/ extra-curricular activities offered to children from all classes from Reception to Year 6.
  • Pupils introduced to a wider variety of sports (i.e. hockey) and expertise (qualified coaches).
  • Extra-curricular clubs provided for all year groups.
  • Covered supply/ taxi costs so our children could participate in more competitive sport e.g. cricket.

 

 

Competition 2018 - 2019

Sport

Number of children

Netball (Leyland central venue)

9

Football (Leyland central venue)

9

girls’ football (Leyland central venue)

10

Football tournament

7

cricket

40

Total

75

 

Therefore, 91 children took part in sports competitions last year. 

 

Swimming 2018-2019

% of children achieving 25m certificate

84%

% of children achieving basic survival certificate

100%

 

Sustainability

  • Teachers are present in the lessons taught by the specialist coaches and therefore developing their own skills, therefore ensuring sustainability.
  • Greater emphasis on competition and greater links made with local clubs, encouraging children to explore their chosen sports further.
  • The subject leader’s training enables him to be more active in supporting staff with their teaching and assessment. He is able to extend the understanding of the curriculum requirements for staff.

Academic Year 2019/ 2020

Using the funding formula where school will receive £16000 + £10 per pupil, the school should receive approximately £18000 in sports premium money.

Agreed Spending for 2019/2020

Competition

School games events

no cost

Y3/ 4 competitions

£200

KS1 competitions

£200

School Sports Partnership

Infrastructure charge

£1500

Total

£2150

Total Spending 2019/2020 to date

£2150+ £4800 (South Ribble Coaching) + £4500 (TA to support PE for inclusion) = £11450

Total Remaining

£6550 for Pro Sport clubs throughout the year, equipment, transport and supply for competitions

 

 

Sports Premium 2018-2019

The Sports Premium Funding is funding additional to the School’s budget.  The government has funded every school as part of the Olympic legacy to enable high quality sport and physical exercise/ well-being activities to be provided. In 2017-2018, our school received the allocated sports grant funding of £18130. Schools are free to allocate this to improve the quality of Sport and PE for all the children in the school.

2017/ 2018 Spending

For the academic year 2017/ 2018, the sports premium money was spent in the following ways:

School Sports Partnership

  • School Games Events – no cost
  • Medals/ trophies - £200
  • Y3/4 competitions - £150
  • KS1 competition – £200
  • Whole school health and wellbeing audit - £150
  • South Ribble Sport and PE Conference - £150
  • Lancashire Primary PE Alliance Universal Offer (incl. the YST L2 offer). - £750

This includes:

ü  Lancashire Healthy Schools offer, on-line self-review tool, 3 X ½ day network meetings and half a day teacher adviser support in school.

ü  1 FREE place on a Lancashire or YST PE course (see list below and select preferred course).

ü  1 FREE place on a Youth Trust National CPD Seminar.

ü  Access to the Lancashire Healthy Schools Programme at Level 2.

ü  Lancashire Physical Development Assessment Resource – KS1 Teachers book FMS and Physical Development Assessment KS2 – building on Lancashire PE KS1 baseline assessment.

ü  Support to use & evidence template for PE & Sport Premium through the online resources.

ü  Health and Safety support when employing external coaches.

ü  YST Online Resources - becoming part of our network of schools will give you access to best practice guidance and an extensive library of new ideas.

ü  YST Autumn and summer national Webinar Get topical information and updates direct from our experts.

ü  YST Inspire Journal Receive our termly magazine written by an editorial board of leading sector experts, with guest features from your peers.

ü  National communications and Updates - Keep up to date with developments, events and new opportunities in the field, with enhanced insight shared with Level 2 and 3.

ü  High Quality PE Course

  • Infrastructure charge - £1000

Total: £2600

South Ribble Sports Partnership Coaching Programme

Dance – Y4/ Y3

Hockey – Y5/ 6

Tots level 1 and level 2 – YR

Beyond Sport – Y6

Orienteering – Y5/ Y6

Adventure – Y3/ Y4

Cricket – Y3/ Y4

Tag Rugby – Y5/ Y6

Gymnastics – Y1/ Y2

Tennis – Y1/ Y2

Athletics – Y1/ Y2

 

In addition, South Ribble Borough Council also ran ‘Bikeability’ (Y6), ‘Scoot Safe’ (Y3), ‘Heart Start’ (Y6), ‘Mini Movers’ (KS1) and the ‘Dance from the Heart Festival’ (whole school). These events were free of charge.

 

Total: £4295

 

Chance to Shine Cricket Coaching

Y5 and Y6 lessons

 

Total: £650

 

 

Extra-Curricular Clubs

Football – Y5/ Y6

Netball – Y5/ Y6

Multiskills Club – KS1

Multiskills Club – KS2

Vigorboarding – Y3/ Y4

 

Total: Approx. £800

 

Competition

This year the school took part in the following competitions:

  • central venue football
  • central venue netball/ South Ribble netball finals
  • rugby
  • cricket
  • tennis
  • UCLAN Sports Festival

 

Total cost: Approx. £400 (includes cost of transport and supply cover for accompanying staff)

 

Other uses of our sports funding

TA support to help support inclusion in PE lessons - £4500  

Yoga to promote mental wellbeing for the whole school 1 ½ days - £500         

Impact

  • Opportunities to take part in competitive sport, friendly matches and competitive events through South Ribble Partnership.
  • All year groups benefited from at least two coached blocks of PE at some point during the year. This also helped to develop and upskill staff in their own teaching (impact 100% of children benefited from at least one block of coached PE).
  • Improvement in the quality of teaching and learning across different aspects of PE including gymnastics, dance, striking and fielding, net/ wall games and invasion games at the foundation stage, key stage 1 and key stage 2.
  • School staff involved in coaching to help up skill them in delivery.
  • Increase in the number of clubs/ extra-curricular activities offered to children from all classes from Reception to Year 6.
  • Pupils introduced to a wider variety of sports (i.e. hockey) and expertise (qualified coaches).
  • Extra-curricular clubs provided for all year groups.
  • Covered supply/ taxi costs so our children could participate in more competitive sport e.g. cricket.
  • Yoga day to promote health and wellbeing.

 

Competition 2017 - 2018

Sport

Number of children

Netball (Leyland central venue)

9

Football (Leyland central venue)

9

girls’ football (Leyland central venue)

10

Football tournament

7

Tennis

4

sportshall athletics

12

cricket

40

Total

91

 

Therefore, 91 children took part in sports competitions last year. 

 

Swimming 2017-2018

% of children achieving 25m certificate

81%

% of children achieving basic survival certificate

97%

 

Sustainability

  • Teachers are present in the lessons taught by the specialist coaches and therefore developing their own skills, therefore ensuring sustainability.
  • Greater emphasis on competition and greater links made with local clubs, encouraging children to explore their chosen sports further.
  • The subject leader’s training enables him to be more active in supporting staff with their teaching and assessment. He is able to extend the understanding of the curriculum requirements for staff.

Academic Year 2018/ 2019

Using the funding formula where school will receive £16000 + £10 per pupil, the school should receive approximately £18000 in sports premium money.

Agreed Spending for 2018/2019

Competition

School games events

no cost

Y3/ 4 competitions

£200

KS1 competitions

£200

CPD and Physical Education Curriculum for Subject Leaders

SR Sport and PE Conference

£150

INSET – Guide to achieving 30 minutes physical activity per day:

£100 per INSET

School Sports Partnership

Infrastructure charge

£1500

Total

£2150

Total Spending 2018/2019 to date

£2150+ £4800 (South Ribble Coaching) + £4500 (TA to support PE for inclusion) = £11450

Total Remaining

£6550 for Pro Sport clubs throughout the year, equipment, transport and supply for competitions

 

Sports Premium Funding 2017-2018

Sports Premium 2017-2018

The Sports Premium Funding is funding additional to the School’s budget.  The government has funded every school as part of the Olympic legacy to enable high quality sport and physical exercise/ well-being activities to be provided. In 2016-2017, our school received the allocated sports grant funding of £8940. Schools are free to allocate this to improve the quality of Sport and PE for all the children in the school.

2016/ 2017 Spending

For the academic year 2016/ 2017, the sports premium money was spent in the following ways:

School Sports Partnership

  • School Games Events – no cost

  • Medals/ trophies - £250

  • Y3/4 competitions - £150

  • KS1 competition – £150

  • South Ribble Sport and PE conference - £150

  • Gym and dance training - £150

  • Gymnastics Apparatus Training - £75

  • Youth Sport Trust Membership – £200

  • Infrastructure charge - £800

Total: £1925

South Ribble Sports Partnership Coaching programme

  • Netball – Y5/ Y6

  • Dance – Y4/ Y1/ Y2

  • Hockey – Y5/ 6

  • Tots level 1 and level 2 – YR

  • Beyond Sport – Y6

  • Orienteering – Y3 /Y4

  • Cricket – Y3/ Y4

  • Tag Rugby – Y5/ Y6

  • Gymnastics – Y1/ Y2/ Y3

  • Tennis – Y3/ Y4

In addition, South Ribble Borough Council also ran ‘Bikeability’ (Y6), ‘Scoot Safe’ (Y3), ‘Heart Start’ (Y6), ‘Mini Movers’ (KS1) and the ‘Dance from the Heart Festival’ (whole school). These events were free of charge.

Total: £4395

Chance To Shine Cricket Coaching

Y4 and Y6 lessons

Y3 and Y4 extra-curricular club

Total: £650

Extra Curricular Clubs

  • Football – Y5/ Y6

  • Netball – Y5/ Y6

  • Multiskills Club – KS1 & KS2

  • Vigorboarding – Y3/ Y4

  • Cricket – Y3/ Y4

Total: Approx. £800

Competition

This year the school took part in the following competitions:

  • central venue football

  • central venue netball/ South Ribble netball finals

  • swimming gala

  • rugby

  • cricket

Total cost: £370 (includes cost of transport and supply cover for accompanying staff)

Other uses of our sports funding

Resources (i.e. PE/sports equipment)

Impact

  • Opportunities to take part in competitive sport, friendly matches and competitive events through South Ribble Partnership.

  • All year groups benefited from at least two coached blocks of PE at some point during the year. This also helped to develop and upskill staff in their own teaching (impact 100% of children benefited from at least one block of coached PE).

  • Improvement in the quality of teaching and learning across different aspects of PE including gymnastics, dance, striking and fielding, net/ wall games and invasion games at the foundation stage, key stage 1 and key stage 2.

  • School staff involved in coaching to help up skill them in delivery.

  • Increase in the number of clubs/ extra-curricular activities offered to children from all classes from Reception to Year 6.

  • Pupils introduced to a wider variety of sports (i.e. hockey) and expertise (qualified coaches).

  • New assessment and planning scheme provided free of charge by South Ribble and Amaven.

  • Extra-curricular clubs provided for all year groups.

  • Covered supply/ taxi costs so our children could participate in more competitive sport e.g. cricket.

Competition 2016 - 2017

Sport

Number of Children

Netball(Leyland central venue)

9

Football(Leyland central venue)

9

girls' football (Leyland central venue)

10

Swimming gala

16

Sportshall atheletics

12

Cricket

28

Total

84

Therefore, 84 children took part in sports competitions last year.

90% of our Year 5 children could swim 25 metres.

Academic Year 2017/ 2018

The school will receive £18130 in sports premium money for the academic year 2017/2018.

Agreed Spending for 2017/2018

  • Lancashire Healthy Schools offer, on-line self-review tool, 3 X ½ day network meetings and half a day teacher adviser support in school.

  • 1 FREE place on a Lancashire or YST PE course (see list below and select preferred course).

  • 1 FREE place on a Youth Trust National CPD Seminar.

  • Access to the Lancashire Healthy Schools Programme at Level 2.

  • Lancashire Physical Development Assessment Resource – KS1 Teachers book FMS and Physical Development Assessment KS2 – building on Lancashire PE KS1 baseline assessment.

  • Support to use & evidence template for PE & Sport Premium through the online resources.

  • Health and Safety support when employing external coaches.

  • YST Online Resources - becoming part of our network of schools will give you access to best practice guidance and an extensive library of new ideas.

  • YST Autumn and summer national Webinar Get topical information and updates direct from our experts.

  • YST Inspire Journal Receive our termly magazine written by an editorial board of leading sector experts, with guest features from your peers.

  • National communications and Updates - Keep up to date with developments, events and new opportunities in the field, with enhanced insight shared with Level 2 and 3.

  • High Quality PE Course

Competition

School Games events

no cost

Y3/4 Competitions

£200

KS1 Competitions

£200


Health and Wellbeing

Whole School Health and Wellbeing audit - £150

CPD and Physical Education Curriculum for Subject Leader

SR Sport and PE Conference

£150

Lancashire Primary PE Alliance Universal Offer(incl. the YST L2 offer). This includes:

£750

  • Lancashire Healthy Schools offer, on-line self-review tool, 3 X ½ day network meetings and half a day teacher adviser support in school.

  • 1 FREE place on a Lancashire or YST PE course (see list below and select preferred course).

  • 1 FREE place on a Youth Trust National CPD Seminar.

  • Access to the Lancashire Healthy Schools Programme at Level 2.

  • Lancashire Physical Development Assessment Resource – KS1 Teachers book FMS and Physical Development Assessment KS2 – building on Lancashire PE KS1 baseline assessment.

  • Support to use & evidence template for PE & Sport Premium through the online resources.

  • Health and Safety support when employing external coaches.

  • YST Online Resources - becoming part of our network of schools will give you access to best practice guidance and an extensive library of new ideas.

  • YST Autumn and summer national Webinar Get topical information and updates direct from our experts.

  • YST Inspire Journal Receive our termly magazine written by an editorial board of leading sector experts, with guest features from your peers.

  • National communications and Updates - Keep up to date with developments, events and new opportunities in the field, with enhanced insight shared with Level 2 and 3.

  • High Quality PE Course

School Sports Partnership

Infrastructure Charge

£1000

Total

£2450

Total Spending 2016/17 to date

£2450 + £4295 ( South Ribble Coaching)= £6745

Total Remaining

Approximately £11395 for Pro Sport Clubs throughout the year, equipment, transport, and supply for competitions

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