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PE and Sport Premium Funding at Muskham Primary School 2017 -2018

Muskham Primary School is committed to providing excellent sporting facilities and opportunities for all its pupils. With hard courts and a Multi-Use Games area available, the school offers a variety of physical activities such as athletics, football, netball, basketball, cricket and tag rugby. The school actively competes in community fixtures and has recently been awarded a bronze school games kitemark.

The school commits funds from the main school budget to supporting sports and also uses Government funding, used to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding has now been confirmed to continue until 2020 and the amount received by schools is anticipated to double from September 2017. This funding is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and will be allocated to ALL primary schools. The money must be used to improve the provision of P.E. and school sport. To find out more about this funding please follow this link

https://www.gov.uk/government/policies/getting-more-people-playing-sport/supporting-pages/school-pe-and-sport-funding

Our overall aim at Muskham Primary School is to raise standards in P.E. and school sport, increasing the participation and opportunities offered to our children. We aim to provide higher quality lessons and improved learning for all.

Funding streams at Muskham Primary School
The funding has been used primarily to employ a Specialist PE Coach to work in school part-time for the past year and this will continue for the next academic year. His role is to support the delivery of the PE and Sports’ provision within school including extra-curricular activities.

Muskham Primary School pupil overview 2017-2018

Key Stage 1 on roll

78

Key Stage 2 on roll

112

Total

190

Total amount of sports premium anticipated

£8,808 tbc
(however may increase to £16,000)

 

 

 

Area

Impact

Grant Cost

Specialised instructor employed

  • Coordination & Delivery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • After school clubs

 

 

 

 

 

  • Competition entry and team management

 

 

 

  • Monitoring

 

 

A level 3 specialised coach employed to deliver PE. This provides consistency of delivery in PE throughout school and a continual overview of progress across the whole school.
50% of the Sports Coach annual gross salary allocated as part of CPD and club delivery

 

An experienced class teacher who drives the coordination of PE.

 

A selection of after school clubs are offered to encourage pupils to lead active & healthy life styles, delivered by the Sports Coach / Teaching Assistant.

(90%+ of pupils attended 2016-2017)

 

 

High number of opportunities for pupils to represent school
(14 teams during 2016-2017)

Pupils also thrive on the opportunity to compete in intra-level competition.

 

More able pupils identified and extended through the school’s lunch club such as intervention groups.

Assessments take place throughout the year to enhance mapping of pupils progress

 

 

£5,000

Continued Professional Development and professional memberships

Class teachers to work with sports coach through observing lessons to upskill their PE delivery.

 

Membership of the Newark Area Sports Network which provides access to sports leads

£1,500

 

 

£80

Sports awards

‘Sporting Superstar’ awards given out each half term in an assembly and are awarded with a medal.

£50

Transport, equipment and resources

Transport – expenditure for transportation to matches

 

Equipment – replace equipment if required, as well as responding to Health & safety actions.

 

Purchases of team kits

 

Resources – purchase relevant resources for PE as required.

£50

 

 

 

£500

 

£100

 

£350

Swimming

While the core swimming package does not form part of the PE and Sports Grant, the school provides catch up swimming for those who need additional tuition.

 

£1,248

Additional funding

Update to be provided January 2018

Should the sports premium funding increase, the extra funds would be allocated to:
- Playground equipment
- Outside providers for extra-curricular activities such as hockey and skateboarding

TBC
£8,000

 

 

 

 

 

Intended outcomes for the year

 

  1. Further increase of participation at after school clubs.
  2. Increase opportunities for pupils to explore and participate in a wide range of sports.
  3. Teachers to continue professional development by observing and delivering PE sessions. In house training to be conducted.
  4. More able pupils identified and encouraged to develop their skills in a wider arena.
  5. Intervention groups identified and sessions delivered to bridge the gap.
  6. Monitoring system used to rank and map pupils.

 

Impact of funding (2016/17 pupil survey)

 

  1. 96% of pupils enjoy coach-led PE
  2. 77% of pupils believe they learn more from the coach than their teacher alone
  3. 90% of pupils say that the coach led sessions improve their confidence in sport
  4. 86% of pupils say that the coach-led sessions increase their desire to try at new sports outside school
  5. 100% of pupils who participated in catch up swimming found their confidence and abilities had improved

 

 

Previous Years’ Funding

 

2016/17

£8,808

2015/16

£8,815

 


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