PE and Sport Premium

Strategy Report: February 2018

What is the PE and sport premium?

  • The Premium is a sum of money given to us each year to improve pupils’ participation in PE and sports. It is for pupils in Years 1 to 6.

Why do schools receive this?

  • The funding is intended to help us:
    • develop or add to PE and sports activities that we already offer
    • make improvements now that will help pupils who join the academy in the future

How is it spent?

  • Academies can choose how to spend the money for the educational benefit of the pupils of the academy
  • Schools are accountable for how they spend the money and Ofsted will report on the attainment and progress of pupils who attract the premium during an inspection
  • Activities may include:
    • hiring sports coaches
    • paying for training for our teachers
    • introducing new sports
    • supporting after school clubs
    • running competitions
Current Year: 2017-18

How we will spend the funding and why:

What will we spend it on?Why:
Contribution towards Sports’ Coach salaryThe Sports’ Coach significantly contributes to developing pupil engagement in physical activity and has developed a strong sports culture over the past three years. He plans and implements the majority of sports lessons, supports staff development and provides enrichment through physical activity, both at lunchtimes and through after school activities.
Games Partnership subscriptionThis provides access to many extra-curricular activities and sporting competitions. It also supported us in achieving the Gold Mark for teams.

Next Year: 2018-19

How we will spend the funding and why:

Contribution towards Sports’ Coach salaryThe Sports’ Coach significantly contributes to developing pupil engagement in physical activity and has developed a strong sports culture over the past three years. He plans and implements the majority of sports lessons, supports staff development and provides enrichment through physical activity, both at lunchtimes and through after school activities.
Games Partnership subscriptionThis provides access to many extra-curricular activities and sporting competitions. It also supported us in achieving the Gold Mark for teams.

Previous Year: 2016-17

How we spent the funding and the difference it made:

What did we spend it on?What effect did this have on participation and attainment?How will we sustain this?
Contribution towards Sports’ Coach salaryThe Sports’ Coach significantly contributes to developing pupil engagement in physical activity and has developed a strong sports culture over the past three years. More pupils access physical activity and participate in games lessons as a result. He plans and implements the majority of sports lessons, supports staff development and provides enrichment through physical activity, both at lunchtimes and through after school activities.Continued use of the Sports Funding. Part of the role of the coach is to build capacity by supporting and training teachers and MDSAs.
Games Partnership subscriptionThis provides access to many extra-curricular activities and sporting competitions. It also helped us achieve the Gold Mark for teams this year.Through continued funding.