What is sports premium?

What is Sports Premium?

The Government in England is providing funding to primary schools for them to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.  This funding goes directly to schools and is based on the number of pupils in years 1 to 6. The funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in the school.

Our Sports Premium Strategy

Sports Premium Strategy 2017/2018

Approximate total SP budget for year:  £7000 Review Date: July 2018

Our objectives are:

  • To enhance our provision for PE and sport
  • To develop provision for high quality sport during lunchtimes
  • To increase the opportunities for all pupils to learn to swim
  • To increase the opportunities for all pupils to access a wide variety of PE and Sports including competitive events
Objective How Impact
To enhance our provision for PE and Sport  

Purchase of new equipment – including resources for lunchtime sports / games

Providing enriched PE experiences for our pupils for example, by using experienced sports coaches in a variety of different sporting areas.

 

Children have consistent access to high quality equipment
To develop provision for high quality sport during  lunchtimes  

Employ a play leader to work with KS2 pupils on Tuesday lunchtimes – each lunchtime ‘club’ to lead up to the children entering a tournament i.e. in Spring Term 1 there will be a football club on Tuesday lunchtimes & the school will enter a team in a 6-a-side competition in late October.

 

Pupils’ engagement with sport throughout lunchtimes will be enhanced through mentoring and coaching provided by the school’s play leader
Recruit and train Key Stage 2 children to lead play activities on the playground at lunchtimes. Provide them with caps and equipment.

 

 

Offer opportunities for all pupils to learn to swim beyond the minimum requirement

 

All pupils in Years 2 – 6 will have lessons at Market Drayton Leisure Centre Children have  access to swimming lessons and build their skills quickly in this important area
Increase the opportunities for all pupils to access a wide variety of PE & Sports including competitive events  

Sports clubs providing access to a range of sporting activities to be subsidised such as: Zorbing, Laser Tag and Nerf Sports.

School teams to be entered into a variety of different local sports events, including opportunities for children of different ages to compete.

We have been able to take part in competitions such as: 7 aside football, Netball, Dodgeball, Tennis, County League Athletics, Battle zone Archery and even winter sports.

Children have access to sports facilities outside of the school premises and can participate in competitions