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Planned expenditure for 2016 – 2017

Sports Funding allocated: £8,680

 

 

 

Area of focus

Evidence

Use of funding

Expenditure

Impact

To deliver a broad and balanced PE curriculum to all pupils

Planning sheets used by Premier Sports, teaching staff and teaching of swimming planning

Employing Premier Sports coach, trained swimming coach

£10,600 to include Premier Sports coach and small amount to subsidise Year 5/6 group swimming.

All children have two hours of specialist sport each week.

Every child leaves school being able to swim 25 metres unaided.

To offer CPD for all teaching staff via the Premier Sports website with age appropriate planning, sporting activities for children

www.premiersport.org

 

Included in cost of Premier Sport coach.

All children can be tracked on this website, especially progress of gifted or talented pupils.

To continue to belong to WOKSSA – local cluster of primary schools

(Weald of Kent school sports association)

Annual calendar of cluster of schools competitive events for children in Key Stage 2.

Use some funding to pay 2 TAs in school to co-ordinate all local schools events.

£800 to pay WOKSSA leaders to arrange inter school sports activities.

Sport TAs claim for attending after school tournaments. 

Children in Key Stage 2 will have the opportunity to participate in these sports against other schools:

Football (boys and girls), cross country, Dodge ball, NAK, Netball, Hockey, Tag Rugby, Kwik Cricket, Rounders,

Swimming gala

To have an annual Sports day each year in June

Photos on website of last year’s sports day activities.

Sports Day held on a day when Premier Sports coach can help to support events.

Cost of some new equipment; £250 plus coast of Premier Sports coach.

Every child in the school from EYFS to Year 6 compete in sports day with inter house events.

An annual cluster of schools swimming gala

Benenden won the swimming gala last year, so currently have the cup!

Hire of lifeguards at the pool.

£30 for two life guards for the gala.

Good swimmers are chosen to compete in this exciting event watched by many parents and pupils from other schools.

To attend summer sports athletics at a full size stadium, The Julie Rose in Ashford.

Children are selected on the strength of their performance on Sports day and their attendance at multi-skills club.

None – parents support this event by driving children to the venue.

£238 to hire the stadium for the day. This cost is shared by those schools attending.

Pupils have an opportunity to compete in a full sized stadium in a wide number of athletic events – running, sprinting, hurdles, long jump, high jump, javelin, relay

Offer a broad range of after school sports clubs, despite the fact the school has no hall and is limited for space.

Clubs offered: Premier for KS1, Football KS1, and in KS2 Netball, Multi Skills, football, running.

Pay 3 sport TAs to run the multi skills club and running/netball club.

£30 per week for 36 weeks of the year.

52% of KS2 children regularly attended an after school sports club last year. Our aim is to raise this this year.

To teach about sporting heroes in the curriculum on a regular basis e.g. Ellie Symonds, gold medal paralympic

Teacher planning

 

No cost implication.

Children are aware of the dedication of sports people to reach their goal. Children use sports people to inspire their own sporting efforts and goals in life.

Awareness of major sporting events e.g. Commonwealth games, Olympics, Euro2015 etc

Displays in classrooms and corridors, teacher planning files, children’s work.

No cost implication.

 

Children are aware and can watch major sporting events and have an understanding about commitment to sport for able bodied and disabled athletes.

To give children an opportunity to fund raise for the school by offering sporting activities e.g. a Bouncy castle challenge and run a mile for Children in Need.

Organised by PTA and funds raised for school sports equipment.

No cost to school

 

Every child in the school took part in a sponsored bounce and fun run to raise money for the school.

Organise a Healthy Week in June for the whole school to participate

Timetable for sports, healthy cooking and eating and healthy lifestyles

Cost to pay visiting speakers, buy healthy snacks

£250

Children have a raised awareness of healthy lifestyles.

 

Sustainability

The Government has currently committed to retaining the Primary Sports Premium and using the "Sugar Tax" from 2017-18 is going to double the amount of funding for it.  If funding should end at a future date, we have ensured that our provision is sustainable by:

  • Using Professional Sports Coaches to train and upskill School Staff;
  • Making use of Schemes of Work and Lesson Planning on Premier Sport portal in line with the current curriculum
  • Membership of a strong local sports partnership  (WOKSSA) to facilitate inter-school and specialist competitions;
  • Establishing relationships with local Independent School who give us use of their specialist sports facilities. e.g. Benenden Girls School who facilitate a Healthy Week every second year