PE and Sports Premium

Sports Premium - 2019-2020


Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of Physical Education, Sport and Physical Activity (PESPA) on offer. For more details visit https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pe-and-sport-premium-for-primary-schools.

The following is the proposal for the next round of sports premium funding for 2019-2020 which is £19,396:

Spending Cost Explanation Impact
Top-up swimming provision £8,280 Historically, swimming was taught in Year 6 with children attending weekly swimming sessions for 30mins over the course of the academic year.
Only a small percentage of children were able to swim 25m unaided by the end of Year 6. The school now works in partnership with Greenwich Leisure Limited (GLL) to provide 2 week intensive swimming programmes to all children from Year 3 to 6.  The school will continue to provide top-up swimming programmes for children in Years 3-5, which will allow children to:
provide water safety sessions to prepare them in advance of their swimming lessons in Year 3.
gain confidence in water;
develop essential life skills such as; being safe in and near water and developing a healthy lifestyle;
learn to swim over a period of  time;
swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres unaided by the end of Year 6;
use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke];
perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.
Bold - assessed at the end of Year 6
 
Employ a Sports Leader £6,142 To plan high quality, progressive lessons that develop children’s skills towards an end point. To increase the uptake in exercise at playtime and lunchtime. To increase the range of sports played at playtime and lunchtime. To provide opportunities to practice key skills learnt during playtime and lunchtime sports. To provide after school sports clubs that improve children’s skills to compete competitively.  
Additional adult support in after-school clubs £1,800 To allow more children to participate in after school sports clubs. To ensure equality of opportunity for children with special educational needs, including medical and SEMH to participate in after school sports clubs.  
Membership
of The Tapscott Learning Trust Sport Hub
£3,230 Membership of the Tapscott Learning Trust Sports Hub provides the school with:
PE support to upskill existing staff:
team teaching; CPD delivery, inset days, funding advice, kitemark support and guidance.
School sports competitions:
a variety of sports competitions, planned across the year, delivered on a Friday, with at least one. competition delivered for each year group each term.
that develops the confidence of and promotes girls participation into sport.