Sports Funding

Sports Funding

Strategic Sports Premium Plan 2018-19

Summary Information
School:St Joseph's Catholic Primary SchoolNumber of Pupils:133
Academic Year:2018-19Total Sports Premium Budget:£17,000
This is an estimate following a conversation with WCC (£16,000 + £10 per eligible child)
Date of most recent internal review:September 2018
Key Achievements to DateAreas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need
- high profile sporting events for all children
- wide range of tournaments, specialist coaching and sporting opportunities
- improved communication with parents and children on all aspects of healthy living
- CPD for all staff
- Development of grounds with running track
- further embed daily fit 15 initiative
Meeting National Curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety 
% of Year 6 pupils who could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left our school at the end of last academic year76%
% of Year 6 pupils who could use a range of strokes effectively when they left our school at the end of last academic year76%
% of Year 6 pupils who could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left our school at the end of last academic year76%
Schools can choose to use the Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it this way?Yes - we provide extra opportunities for children to further develop their water confidence and swimming skills.

Planned Expenditure

1. Pupils are engaged in regular physical activityPercentage of total allocation6%
School focus/impact on pupilsActions to achieveFunding allocatedEvidence and impactSustainability & suggested next steps
To ensure that every child has even more opportunities and increased motivation to undertake daily activity.The aim of Fit Fifteen is to improve the physical, social, emotional and mental health & wellbeing of our children - regardless of age, ability or personal circumstances.

Meadow to be prepared as sports field by June 2019.
£1000Research has shown that daily exercise can even increase attainment in primary schoolFunding to prepare the school meadow and paint a running track. Our whole school approach to physical fitness and mental health & wellbeing will ensure that this initiative becomes a sustainable and long term provision for all pupils.
2. The profile of PE & sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvementPercentage of total allocation48%
School focus/impact on pupilsActions to achieveFunding allocatedEvidence and impactSustainability & suggested next steps
Specialist coaching: Higher profile of sport for our children to have access to specialist coaching in a number of different sports during extra curricular clubs and activities.To provide a variety of extra sports clubs delivered by suitable qualified specialist coaches.£4692Due to very positive feedback from the children and staff about the football sports provision last academic year, the school has decided to use this coach's company to provide a range of after school clubs across the year.
Healthy eating and lifestyle information is shared daily with parents and children.The Anomaly board is regularly updated with health information and guidance. Toadvertise sporting fixtures and participation in competitive events. To encourage and promote a healthy lifestyle including healthy eating. To engage children in activities.£3492Parents and children are kept informed of all healthy lifestyle choices.We will monitor parental and pupil feedback questionnaires, on how this is improving communication between home and school and how it is influencing their lifestyle choices.
3. There is increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in the teaching of PE and sportPercentage of total allocation31%
School focus/impact on pupilsActions to achieveFunding allocatedEvidence and impactSustainability & suggested next steps
High quality CPD: To ensure that teaching staff are appropriately qualified to consistently provide high quality PE lessons and other PE related opportunitiesTo provide opportunities for staff who are going to be teaching a specific skill/sport to access the relevant training or courses necessary to deliver that skill/sport successfully.£4692Staff have identified areas of PE that they would like further development in to improve their own knowledge and skills.By selecting the relevant training opportunities which are provided by recognised PE professional providers. Ensuring all staff benefit from the CPD and then have opportunities to apply new skills.
To provide quality resources and equipment in order to deliver high quality teaching to all children across the school.To replace old sports equipment with new, specifically for use within PE and Games lessons.£600Children gain more enjoyment and perform to a higher ability if they are given modern specialist equipment to use within PE and Games lessons. This should not only help to ensure the children's safety and wellbeing by using equipmetnthat is safe to use, but also give them a realistic introduction and insight into a range of sports.We will continue to replace old equipment with more modern up to date PE equipment on a rolling basis, as and when equipment is identified by the PE lead (at the end of each school year) as being in need of replacement.
4. There is a broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
5. There is an increased participation in competitive sport
Percentage of total allocation4%
School focus/impact on pupilsActions to achieveFunding allocatedEvidence and impactSustainability & suggested next steps
To give as many children as possible throughout the school opportunity to participate in as wide a variety as possible of different inter-school sporting events and competitions.To provide transport to and from these various sporting events during school times, as well as outside of the normal school day, in order to allow as many children as possible throughout the school to take part in them.£600It is widely accepted that children who regularly take part in physical exercise are fitter and healthier as a direct result of playing sport. Therefore, as we want our children to grow up with a fit and healthy mind-set we will continue with our policy of trying to give as many children as possible throughout the school the opportunity to participate in as wide variety as possible of different inter-school sporting events and competitions.The PE lead will continue to ensure that the school continues to take part in high quality events. These are organised by reputable providers such as the Catholic Cluster, Dyson Perrins High School, Worcestershire Games Cluster and our new CPD company PACES. The school will also keep a record of all the children who take part in these events.

Review of Expenditure

Previous academic year 2017-18
Desired OutcomeChosen Action/ApproachEstimated impact: Did you meet the success criteria?Lessons learned (and whether you will continue with this approach)Cost
For our children to have access to specialist sports coaching in a number of different sports during extracurricular clubs and activities.To provide a variety of extra sports clubs delivered by suitable qualified specialist coaches.Yes. A variety of sporting clubs was provided by professional coaches and were popular as voted for by the children.The quality of one provider outshone the others meaning that we will use his company for all after school clubs and CPD for staff 2018-19£10,591
To provide quality resources and equipment in order to deliver high quality teaching to all children across the school.To replace old sports equipment and purchase extra specialist equipment specifically for use within PE and Games lessons.Yes. All children who have used the new equipment have benefited from this. The purchase of equipment such as new footballs and rackets has enabled the children to participate in lessons appropriately while working on their individual key skills using the latest equipment. It ensures that all children can continue to take part successfully in each lesson.The whole school participated in sports day and were organised into houses. The atmosphere created helped to promote sport as fun and exciting so we will definitely continue with this approach next academic year. However, we would like to have sports day in our own grounds next year and develop the event further with more traditional races and facilities provided to make it a family day out.£633.99
To provide the opportunity for as many children as possible throughout the school to participate in as wide variety as possible of different inter-school sporting events and competitions.To take part in as many of the different organised events throughout the school year as possible, at no extra cost to the children.Yes.Yes we will continue this approach of making sure as many children get to take part in as many inter-school sporting events and competitions as possible as it is not only good for their mental health and well-being , but it also helps to further develop their teamwork and leadership skills.£467.50

Sports Funding 2017-18

Sports Funding 2017-18 Funds ReceivedFunds Spent
April (final 2016-17 payment)£3,600
October (initial 2017-18 payment)£10,133
Interactive Information ScreenAnomaly£1746
Clubs
Autumn 1Sports Plus after-school club£1540
Autumn 2Sports Plus after-school club£1575
Spring 1Sports Plus after-school club£1545
Dance in Motion after-school dance club£150
Peak Gymnastics after-school club£60
Spring 2Sports Plus after-school club£940
Dance in Motion after-school dance club£125
Peak Gymnastics after-school club£40
Summer 1Sports Plus after-school club£1410
Summer 2Sports Plus after-school club£1410
Music Choir ClubYoung Voices£467.50
Healthy Eating / CookeryClass based£50
Sports EquipmentClimbing Frame, goals, balls, athletics & football kits£633.99
BikeabilityCycling Proficiency levels 1 & 2£340
Total Received to date£13,733
Total Spend to date£12,032.49

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