2014/152015/162016/17
Statement
2016/17
Outcomes
2017/18
statement

We are fortunate to receive additional funding via the P.E. & Sport Premium. For the 2014/15 this funding is a total of £9,085.

This funding is used to enhance the quality of P.E. provision in school, enable participation in representative sporting events and to promote the health and wellbeing of our pupils.

PE and School Sports Funding How the PE and School Sports Funding is allocated Outcomes for children
£3,800 The employment of a Sports Coach to support PE provision across the school PE lessons led by expert provision. High quality teaching allows the children to develop their range of skills.Good role model provided especially for boys. School is able to offer a wider range of extra-curricular clubs each week.
£1,500 The employment of a Swimming teacher to support swimming provision across the school. High quality teaching allows the children to develop their range of skills.
£1,500 Support for Outdoor and Adventure residential visits Year 6. Pupils are able to join the experience of the residential supporting both the wider learning experiences, further development of social skills and facilitate for a growing independence.
£1,600 Transport and supply costs to allow teams to participate in inter school competition. School performs well in local events. Children have the opportunity to take part in competitive sport.
£600 Provide new team kits. Children are easily spotted as being from St Peter’s. Children are proud to wear the kit and represent the school.

Outcomes for PE and School Sport funding 2014/15

Increased number of children who represented school at competitive sport in a wider range of sports.

Children in all year groups (EYFS-Y6) had opportunity to take part in extra-curricular activities.

We are fortunate to receive additional funding via the P.E. & Sport Premium. For the 2015/16 this funding is a total of £9,085.

This funding is used to enhance the quality of P.E. provision in school, enable participation in representative sporting events and to promote the health and wellbeing of our pupils.

PE and School Sports Funding How the PE and School Sports Funding is allocated Outcomes for children
£3,800 The employment of a Sports Coach to support PE provision across the school PE lessons led by expert provision. High quality teaching allows the children to develop their range of skills.Good role model provided especially for boys. School is able to offer a wider range of extra-curricular clubs each week.
£1,500 The employment of a Swimming teacher to support swimming provision across the school. High quality teaching allows the children to develop their range of skills.
£1,000 Support for Outdoor and Adventure residential visits Year 6. Pupils are able to join the experience of the residential supporting both the wider learning experiences, further development of social skills and facilitate for a growing independence.
£700 PE and School Sport Package to include: inset, subject leader network meetings, PE conference, Safe Practice in PE document, Me and My Lifestyles Survey support. Specified programmes of intervention work. These support the development of the learning and boost attainment and progress and improve motivation.
£1,500 Transport and supply costs to allow teams to participate in inter school competition. School performs well in local events. Children have the opportunity to take part in competitive sport.
£600 Provide new team kits. Children are easily spotted as being from St Peter’s. Children are proud to wear the kit and represent the school.

Outcomes for PE and School Sport funding 2015/16

  • Increased number of children who represented school at competitive sport in a wider range of sports (swimming gala, cross country, football, gymnastics, rugby).
Year group % representing
1 3%
2 10%
3 10%
4 33%
5 40%
6 36%
  • Children in year groups Yr1-Y6 the had opportunity to take part in extra-curricular activities.
  • In February’s gymnastic competition year 5 entrant came 2nd and in cross country 8/12 were the top ten finishers and qualified for county championships.  In March in the swimming gala we were the winner of the small schools award and the overall boys winner, we were 2nd overall.
  • Subsidy of breakfast club and exercise / healthy breakfast ensures that it is used to enhance sport’s provision.
  • Subsidising year 6 residential means children get to experience a wide range of sporting and exercise that they may not be able to access – It also builds on social skills and team work.
  • Letting futsal and dance classes after school enable children to access quality coaches to improve their skills and talents.
  • School sports clothing enables pupils to take a competitive pride in their appearance.

Sports Premium Funding

We are fortunate to receive additional funding via the P.E. & Sport Premium. For 2016/17 this funding is a total of £8,885.

This funding is used to enhance the quality of P.E. provision in school, enable participation in representative sporting events and to promote the health and wellbeing of our pupils.

Funded area Budget Intended Outcome
Subsidise before school sport/breakfast club £1285 To enable all pupils to take up the option of pre-school fitness and sports, including a healthy breakfast
KS1 lunch time huff and puff £700 Lunchtime supervisor to run games for KS1 pupils to keep them active and fit.  To ask year 6 pupils who do not take part in pre/after school to help guide the younger pupils.
Subsidy for Shelby Stars £500 To enable pupils to take up after school dance sessions weekly at a lower cost.
INSET for staff on gym and dance £400 X2 sessions on Gym to enable teachers to lead more adventurous, well planned and thought out lessons.
Support for outdoor and adventure residential visits Year 6 £1000 To support the development of learning new outdoor skills not available in school, including the development of personal growth and social skills.
New storage for PE equipment £900 To enable safe storage of PE equipment that will have an impact on enabling teachers to teach well-resourced PE sessions, so that all pupils are active.
New PE equipment £100 To enable teachers to teach well-resourced PE sessions so that all pupils are active.
Transport to competitions and supply cover for staff during school day competitions £600 For the school to perform well in local sporting events.  All children have the opportunity to take part in competitive sport within the county.
PE and School Support Package (subject leader network meetings, PE conference) £600 PE coordinator to disseminate specified programmes of interventions work and updates to contribute to better led PE sessions, encouraging greater pupil involvement and interest.
Lettings for after school clubs £1000 To attract after school clubs to run at our school to involve our pupils with quality coaches (futsal/Shelby Stars)
To provide new cross country running vests in larger sizes. £100 Children are easily spotted as being from St Peter’s.  Children are proud to wear the kit and represent the school.
School Playground £800 To ensure all pupils are able to have an active and diverse playtime, which reduces the amount of unwanted behaviour – promoting common trust and enjoyment as children learn to share and take turns.  Elements of the playground are bright and interactive musically, to appeal to those with sensory issues.

Allocation and Impact of funding for academic year 2016/17- £8885

Mission  statement:  ‘Christ in the centre, excellence at the heart’
Background to the sports’ funding
Following the Olympic Games in 2012 the government provided additional funding into schools for school PE and Sport. It provided funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013/14 and 2014/15 this funding has continued into 2015/16, 2016/17 and will increase in 2017/18.
Schools must use the funding to improve the quality of PE and sport they offer. This in turn will help all pupils develop the skills, knowledge and motivation to lead a healthy and active lifestyle and hopefully a lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
It is the expectation that schools will see an improvement against the following 5 key indicators:
1. The engagement of ALL pupils in regular physical activity- kick-starting healthy active lifestyles.
2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.
3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.
4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to pupils.
5. Increased participation in competitive sport

2016/17 target areas were as follows:
Target areas                                                                                                      Impact

Membership of Hinckley and Bosworth School Sports Partnership Group. Access to sporting competitions and resources including: football, tag rugby, swimming, area sports. Development and support of the PE subject leader through links with other staff in the partnership. Up to date information on current issues and resources available for PE and sport in school impacting on staff development and outstanding teaching and learningPositive links between local primary and secondary schools.
Subsidised before school sports club Increased participation in a wider range of sports promoting a healthier lifestyle.
Lunchtime supervisor team to provide huff and puff session for children Lunchtimes see children more purposefully active and engaged in a range of freely provided sporting activities. Children are learning and developing key skills and using a range of small equipment. Less negative behaviour at lunchtimes.
Subsidised dance classes after school This has seen a larger number of pupils taking part in dance. Increasing the range of activities and allowing children freedom of expression and visual representations.
CPD- including Gymnastics for all staffOnestaff member has completed a swimming course This has had an impact on teacher subject knowledge and high quality provision for children.
Outdoor and adventurous activities at residential visit for year 6 Children able to access a range of activities that are not accessible in school. Developing many physical skills and also personal growth and social skills
New storage equipment for PENew PE equipment PE equipment is now stored more easily for use outdoors. Resources are still being organised to ensure they can be accessed easily for lessons and that lessons are properly resourced. New equipment was replaced so children are using high quality resources in their lessons.
Providing transport to competitions Children were able to attend events that involved travelling a distance from school, such as area sports at saffron lane stadium. Every child across the whole school has taken part in competitive sport either on an intra or intra competition level as part of our lunchtime activity programme and our “School Sports Day”.In KS2 year 3- 26% represented at competitionYear 4- 33%Year5- 46%Year 6- 50%
After school club lettings including running, netball, dancing and futsal Skilled coaches are providing sessions therefore children benefitting from increased activity and specialist coaching for specific sports related skills.The following places are taken up by children taking part in after school clubs:-Running club – 35Futsol – 15   Shelby dance – 10Netball/basketball – 10
Additional teaching and learning opportunities provided through professional development courses and providing cover release for professional development Attendance at 2 PE conferences enable PE subject leader to be up to date with current issues, network with other subject leaders and sample some of the resources available to support school PE and sport.
Playground Equipment New playground equipment enables a greater range of children’s movement development, including climbing, balancing and swinging. Children are developing increased confidence when using equipment and more children are increasing their fundamental movement skills.
Participation in a range of locally organised Sports competitions.Providing supply cover so that teachers can support children and attend events with them Between September 2016 and July 2017 children took part in cross country, football, swimming, tag rugby and area sports competitions locally.Cross country: 2 children finished 1st in the county championships and 1 child placing 3rd.Swimming gala: We won overall small schools award (for the 5th consecutive year) and boys overall winners.Area sports: We won year 4 boys (2nd year in a row) Year 5 boys, joint year 5 girls and overall small school winners.  3rd overall (including large schools).
Providing sports clothing for children to wear when representing the schoolin competitions. Children felt proud and had a strong sense of sportsmanship and the importance of being in a team.
Big moves training for FS children and 1 member of staff to improve physical literacy of children Children developed key fundamental movements and there and increase in their physical literacy skills. Increased concentration in lessons and better fine motor control.

Sports Premium Funding 17/18

We are fortunate to receive additional funding via the P.E. & Sport Premium. For 2017/18 this funding is expected to be a total of £17800.

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