Sports Premium Grant
St Peter’s Catholic Primary School PE and Sport Strategy 2017 18
What is the Primary School PE & Sport Premium?
Since 2013 14 the government has allocated extra funding to all primary schools to improve Physical Education (PE) and Sport so that they develop pupils’ healthy lifestyles. This will be continued in the 2017 18 financial year.
What should it be used for?
Schools may choose how they use the funding, for example to:
- hire specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work with primary teachers during PE lessons
- provide resources and training courses in PE and sport for teachers
- improvement sport culture and opportunities for lunchtime by developing lunchtime activities
- support and involve the least active children by running after-school sports clubs
- run sport competitions or increase pupils’ participation in the ‘School Games’
- run sports activities with other schools
How much have will we receive for 2017 18?
In 2017 18 we will receive approximately £18500 (exact number yet to be confirmed) to be spent specifically on Sports Premium. Because of the importance we place on PE and the benefits that it brings, we have an over spend of the £9000 which is balanced from the whole school budget.
|Project||Pupils Involved||Cost||Expected Impact|
|To provide high quality PE teaching each week as part of the school’s PPA provision by employing a specialist P.E. teacher delivery of lessons in KS2, while supporting a member of staff.||Year 3 to 6||£4500 per year||All children to have regular access to high quality PE lessons
Improvement in ability of Sports TA to deliver high quality PE sustainably.
|To provide high quality PE teaching by employing a specialist P.E. teacher delivery of staff training and development across KS1 and 2||All Pupils||£4500 per year||All staff to have improved competence in delivering all PE areas thus ensuring high quality PE as sustainable in school.|
|Targeted intervention of children to improve fitness and well being||Identified Termly||As part of above cost||Improvement of fitness of identified pupils to ensure there sustained fitness.|
|Manchester School Sport Association||All||£600||Annual subscription for expertise and competition through the LA.|
|Support for cost of competition transport||Mainly KS2||£2500
(estimate based on 25 x £100)
|Increased participation in competition|
|National School Sports Week Events – Whole School||£1500|
|SIS Multi-Skills||KS1 & KS2||£2000||Wider provision for pupils|
|In addition we have:
Deployment of a specialist TA at lunchtimes to support the development of games skills which is offset from staffing budget