Yelvertoft Primary School

Sport Premium

SPORT PREMIUM strategy plan

2017-2018

 

 Yelvertoft Primary School is committed to supporting every child to be physically active and have positive attitudes towards healthy and active lifestyles. In the past school year children have had the opportunity to access a wide range of sporting and physically based activities developing new skills through PE lessons, after school clubs and inter-community sporting festivals and competitions.

 We have welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to extend this additional funding for 5 years to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools

From the academic year 2013-14 the Government have awarded all schools 'Sports Funding'. Each school, with more than 17 pupils, receives £8,000 with an additional sum of £5 per pupil.

In 2017 an additional £8000 was awarded to each school.

The allocation for Yelvertoft Primary School in 2013/14 was £8405.

In 2014/15 our allocation was £8405.

In 2015/16 our allocation was £8425.

In 2016/17 our allocation was £8470

In 2017/18 our allocation will be £16790

We are committed to using this resource in developing high quality PE lessons, alongside greater opportunities for sporting activities.

To date, the school has used the funding in the following manner:

  1. Hiring of specialist PE and sports coaches. Class teachers to work alongside the coaches to gain skills and refresher training
  2. To support and involve the less active children by running after school sports clubs and lunchtime clubs
  3. Paying for professional development opportunities in PE/Sport
  4. Provide resources for PE and Sporting Activities
  5. Run sports activities with other schools
  6. Provided football and tennis taster sessions for KS1 & KS2
  7. We have a Healthy School week during the year. Some of this grant has been used to pay for external providers to help our pupils learn about keeping healthy.
  8. We provide fruit for the Key Stage Two children which means that every child in the school now gets fruit every day.
  9. We provide a water cooler and school water bottles for every child so that they can access water throughout the school day.

We would expect the impact of the Sports Premium Grant to be:

  • Increased opportunities for all our pupils to access a wider variety of PE and Sports
  • Opportunity to develop the competitive element of sports and the skills of sportsmanship
  • Increased opportunities for our pupils with sporting talents to train and compete with pupils of similar skills
  • Develop pupils understanding of the importance of keeping fit and healthy and ways they can improve their health and fitness
  • Pupils who are fitter, healthier and are motivated to continue to improve.

Impact of Sports Premium Grant

  • We are members of the local School Sports Partnership
  • Attended Primary Sport Conference
  • We have taken part in cluster sports events including
    • Rugby Festival, Key Stage One Football tournament, Girls Football @ Moulton College, Cluster Netball Tournament,  
  • Sports Crew are selected and attend training with cluster schools
  • Lunchtime activities organised and run by Sports Crew providing children with more physical activities during lunchtimes
  • PE and playground equipment purchased to enhance physical activity in during lunchtimes and lessons
  • South American Dance Workshop for EYFS & KS1
  • Olympic Enrichment Week across the school
  • Bikability training - Level 1 and Level 2 - children more confident and safer riding bikes

The profile of PE and sport has been raised across the school: Levels of participation in sports clubs and events has increased and school sport successes have been celebrated in assemblies.  This has enabled us to encourage the children to become more physically active and promote physical activity as a positive activity with long-term benefits for your physical and mental well-being.

We have therefore decided to spend the Sport Premium Grant for this academic year on the following:-

  • Membership of Sports Partnership with our cluster schools
  • Active members of Healthy Schools initiative
  • PE Co-ordinator attending PE local area conference
  • Bikability for KS2
  • Training of Sports Crew - Year 6 pupils - to lead sports activities in the playground during lunchtimes
  • Resources to enhance our PE provision across the school
  • Healthy Schools initiatives - healthy eating across the school including providing cooled drinking water, school water bottles and daily fruit for the whole school.
  • Providing transport and staff to allow the children to participate in cluster sporting competitions
  • New play structure for Key Stage One playground
  • New play equipment for both playgrounds to be used during lunchtimes and playtimes
  • Playground markings in both playgrounds
  • Outdoor and Adventurous activities as part of our Key Stage Two Residential
  • Key Stage Two attending Hazard Alley to learn about Keeping Safe.