Featherby Infant and Nursery School

Maritime Academy Trust
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Sports Premium

Sports Premium Funding

What is the Primary ‘Sports Premium’?

The primary ‘sport premium’ funding for primary schools has been designed to help schools in a variety of ways. Allocations are calculated using the number of pupils in Years 1 to 6. This funding is provided to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The sports funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

Some of the outcomes we hope to meet through the ‘sport premium’ funding are:

  • Increased opportunities for competitive sport.
  • Improved quality of teaching and learning in Primary Physical Education, including exercise that is more dynamic in lessons.
  • Improvements in the quality and breadth of PE and sporting provision, including “increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performances levels they are capable of.

We have planned our PE spending carefully to ensure that it is spent to maximum effect. Please see how we intend to spend our funding below.

Allocation for 2018/2019

Sport Premium at Featherby Infant School – Allocation 17,780

Area of Focus/Use of Funding

Cost

Impact

Sports at playtime and lunchtime. Increase opportunities for sports and play equipment be used at playtimes.

£1500

Increases physical activity participation outside of PE sessions. The children have a greater opportunity to develop and grow in confidence when applying skills learnt in PE sessions

 

Risk assessment and maintenance check of sports equipment

£1500

Gives teachers reassurance that the equipment is safe for the children to use confidently and explore safely.

 

Subsidise cost for after school clubs

£1000

Gives children a greater opportunity to take part in extra-curricular sporting activities. Promoting physical activity outside of timetabled PE sessions and playtimes.

 

Invest in new equipment to develop the range and quality of sports equipment in school

£2500

Gives the children a broader experience of learning new sports in PE. Also, develops staff knowledge of different sports.

AFPE Membership

£100

Greater resources available for staff to plan and lead better PE lessons.

Trim trail, playground markings and fixed equipment

£5000 - £7500

Creates greater opportunities for children to be active at play and lunchtimes. Children will be more active which should reduce behaviour issues during playtimes.

Howard School Sports Partnership

£600 – split cost with Featherby Juniors

Gives greater opportunities for children to compete competitively at a variety of sporting events/festivals. As well as child development with sports leader training, Continued Professional Development for staff is also ran by the Howard School as part of the partnership.

 

Host a Healthy Living Week

£1500

Increases awareness of healthy living and being physically active. Also, an opportunity to learn new skills whilst learning about a healthier lifestyle.

EYFS scheme/equipment for PE

£1500

An EYFS scheme will give staff increased understanding and confidence in leading PE for EYFS. New equipment

Total cost

17,700

 

Review of spend and impact 2017-2018:

Area of focus

Cost

Impact

Next steps

J & C Academy Ltd. - Hiring

specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE.

 

£8142

Children’s enjoyment of PE has

increased. There is regular, high

quality teaching of PE. Teacher confidence has increased.

 

Develop specialist teaching within Featherby staffing structure using skills developed from specialist teachers. Sports leads to deliver sessions in Infant school.

To update school PE equipment

£328

Children are given correct

equipment, which is appropriate

and safe for them to use.

 

Review audit of equipment. Continue maintenance in 2018-2019. Continue to develop resources needed for sports leads.

Development of teaching

skills. Focus: Gym training for

KS1.

 

£400

Staff are more knowledgeable on the teaching of gym and are able to teach progressive skills confidently.

Maintain CPD with PE, ensuring new staff are confident in all aspects.