Sport Premium at St Peter's

Through the Sport Premium funding, our school is guaranteed approximately £9 000 for 5 years which we will spend in a sustainable and effective way which will improve our long-term provision of PE (Physical Education in the curriculum) and school sport (extra-curricular sporting opportunities). Half of the money we will receive has been funded by the Department of Health and therefore will also be used to improve opportunities for all children to adopt healthy lifestyles.

During the 2016 – 2017 academic year, we used our sports premium funding to receive the following:

  • Specialist sports coach working with every class teacher, every week
  • 2 x lunchtime clubs – focusing on increasing engagement and interest
  • 2 x after school clubs
  • Inter schools competition
  • Base line fitness assessments, with progress measurements 3 times per year
  • Online planning portal
  • Online individual pupil assessment portal

During the 2017 - 2018 academic year we will be using our sport premium funding in the following areas:

  • Specialist sports coach team teaching with teachers three afternoons a week. This will be needs led.
  • 2 x sports coaches at lunchtimes, leading active play - focusing on increasing engagement and interest
  • 5 x after school clubs
  • Inter schools competition
  • Base line fitness assessments, with progress measurements 3 times per year
  • Online planning portal
  • Online individual pupil assessment portal
  • Developing our Outdoor Adventurous Activities facilities 

Impact of Sport Premium:

The number of pupils taking part in an active club during the 2014 - 2015 academic year was 204. This rose to 322 in the 2015 - 2016 academic year. This is a 58% increase year on year. *

During lunchtime activities, an average of 240 pupils participate throughout the week. *

Following two years of team teaching specialist support for class teachers, we have seen a significant increase in their confidence  of delivery sports lessons. This  now means we have reduced the number of team teaching sessions and are now using these to support the teaching of specific sports, with specific staff. This is allocated by the sports leader through a seasonal audit with the staff.

Some pupils join in on more than one day / more than one club per week

 

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