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Sports Funding 2017-18

 

Total Income including carry forward from 2016/2017 £15852

 

£15852

Income for 2017-18 including carry forward from 2016-17

 

COST

ITEMS purchased for 2017-18

 

£5687

An outdoor gym which includes Double Air Walker, Double Elliptical Cross Trainer, Double Air Skier and an Arm and Pedal Bike

£3450

Premier Sport to introduce new sports in our curriculum (from Jan 2018)

£3861

Swimming lessons for all years 3, 4, 5 and 6 (includes transport to the Queen’s Park Sports Centre)

£1232

Supply cover, tuition, transport to support PE development and initial support for afterschool clubs

£1170

Chesterfield Schools Sports Partnership – Bikeability 1 and 2

 

£15400

Total expenditure

£452

Carry forward to 2018-19

 

Our targets from last year and the impact of our sports development

  1. To create an outdoor gym

An outdoor gym has been successfully installed in the playground and is accessible to all children in school at the beginning of the day, break times including lunchtimes and at home time. The equipment is of very high quality and we feel will continue to provide children with valuable exercise facilities for year to come. This should go some way towards improving health and wellbeing of our children.

  1. To introduce new afterschool clubs particularly for KS1

Over this academic year we have introduced and successfully run RuggerEds, KS1 Sports and Yoga. They have all been well attended by KS1 children including EYFS.

  1. To introduce new sports to the curriculum

We have employed Premier Sport to help enhance our PE provision by introducing specialist sports. These have included fencing and archery and have been very popular with the children. These new activities are designed to encourage children to take up active lifestyles. Premier Sport will also continue to help develop new activities and provide us with support for our sports day in July.

  1. To provide swimming for all KS2 children

Our school budget did not allow us to pay for the swimming lessons including transport to the Queen’s Park Sports Centre. We therefore decided to use some of the Sports Fund to pay for the lessons. All children in KS2 have now had high quality swimming lessons and we are pleased to say that many of them are now confident swimmers.

Targets for next year 2018-19

We have successfully achieved all the targets set for last year. Careful analysis of expenditure (which includes value for money) and coverage for all year groups, gender and pupil premium has shown that we are now providing very good quality sports and PE teaching through school. This is due to the previous spending on staff training which is having an impact on the quality and range of sports being taught and provided. This is complimented by high quality Sports provision provided by Premier Sports and afterschool club providers.

Analysis has however indicated that we need to participate more in sports activities and tournaments with other local school. Through discussions with Premier Sport we will aim to develop this area next year through the links Premier Sport has with local primary schools.

Targets for 2018-19

  1. To introduce new sports activities to the curriculum

  2. To introduce joint/shared sporting activities with local schools

  3. To continue to provide a wide range of different sporting activities

Proposed Expenditure 2018-19

£5000 Premier Sport for PE lessons

£1000 Introduction of new sports activities

£ 500 Support for Sports Day

£2000 Organisation of sustainable inter sports tournaments with local schools

 

Percentages of Sports Involvement

Year Group

Number of children

After School Table Tennis Club

After School Street Dance Club

Bikeability Level 1

Bikeability level 2

After School Yoga Club

After School RuggerEds

After School Sports Club

Archery – Premier Sport

Fencing – Premier Sport

Tchoukball – Premier Sport

Volleyball – Premier Sport

Boccia – Premier Sport

Handball – Premier Sport

Sports Day

Swimming

EYFS

19

0

0

0

0

16%

32%

0

100%

0

0

0

100%

0

100%

0

Y1

28

0

0

0

0

36%

11%

29%

100%

0

0

0

0

0

100%

0

Y2

23

0

26%

0

0

35%

17%

4%

96%

96%

0

0

0

100%

100%

0

Y3

23

22%

13%

57%

0

52%

0

17%

96%

96%

0

0

0

100%

100%

100%

Y4

15

7%

13%

0

0

13%

0

0

0

100%

73%

0

0

27%

100%

100%

Y5

19

0

0

0

63%

16%

0

0

0

100%

100%

0

0

0

100%

100%

Y6

24

25%

17%

0

0

29%

0

0

0

100%

0

100%

0

0

100%

100%

Sports Funding 2016-17

 

Total Income including carry forward from 2015/2016 £12000

Total expenditure for 2016/2017                                     £   9715

Total carry forward to 2017/2018                                    £   2286

 

How we spent the funding

 

£5500 A large proportion of the funding was used to support professional development for teachers. All our teaching staff have now received refresher courses in delivering high quality PE lessons which include gymnastics, athletics and dance.

 

£1815 We have paid in to the Chesterfield Schools Sports Partnership which has given us access to a number of sporting events.

These include:

  • Bikeability (cycling proficiency for Key Stage 2, Balance Bike and Early Racers for Key Stage 1)

  • Athletics

  • Tag Rugby

  • Sports conferences

  • Football

 

£680 We have purchased small apparatus PE equipment

 

£710 Supply cover to provide teachers with the opportunity to attend out of school training and best practice meetings.

 

£990 Transport to and from sporting venues and competitions

 

 

Percentages of children involved in sports opportunities

 

 

Bikeability

Athletics

Table Tennis

Competition

Football

Swimming Gala

Sports Conferences

EYFS

100%

 

 

 

 

 

Y1

 

100%

 

 

 

 

Y2

 

100%

 

 

 

 

Y3

62%

 

 

 

 

 

Y4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Y5

58%

 

17%

21%

25%

25%

Y6

58%

 

 

25%

67%

17%

 

Percentages of children involved in Sports Clubs

 

 

Street Dance

Table Tennis

KS1 Sports

RuggerEds

Tag Rugby

EYFS

 

 

 

46%

46%

Y1

 

 

18%

23%

18%

Y2

 

 

43%

76%

76%

Y3

44%

13%

 

 

 

Y4

5%

25%

 

 

 

Y5

25%

38%

 

 

 

Y6

42%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How the funding has impacted on PE in school

 

The funding used to support professional development has had a positive and sustainable impact on the overall quality of PE provision in school.

 

The new equipment ensures we are able to delivery PE lessons to a high quality.

 

The training courses for staff have ensured that we keep up to date with new PE initiatives in our school and are able to share good practice with local schools.

 

Transport expenditure has ensured that all children have the opportunity to access good quality sports competitions irrespective of their economic background.

 

Children who have attended Sports Conferences are now leading sport activities at break times, which in turn increases the number of children being active and developing healthy lifestyles.

 

 

What our analysis of sports coverage in school has shown us

 

  • We need to further increase the active participation in sports and healthy lifestyles during playtimes

  • We need to continue to develop sports clubs for KS1 children

  • We need to increase the range of sporting choices

  • We need to increase athletics, particularly in KS2

  • We need to encourage all year groups’ participation in a wide range of sports opportunities

     

     

     

     

 

 

SPORTS FUNDING 2015/2016

 

Available budget at 01.04.14 =      £13450 (£4970 carried forward from last year + £8480 - this 

                                                                            year’s allocation)

Expenditure for 2014/2015

 

2013/2014 Chesterfield School Sport Partnership Affiliation              £  2000.00

Street Dance tuition September 2013 to July 2014                            £    850.00

Repair of outdoor Play Trail                                                                £    872.00

Sports equipment - Tag Rugby Book/Rugby Balls & Belts                 £    245.00

2014/2015 Chesterfield School Sport Partnership Affiliation              £  1450.00

Dance/Creative Movement ½ day x 18 weeks support                       £  2700.00

Orienteering 3 x ½ day support                                                           £  1000.00

Supply cover for courses (13.05.14, 27.06.14, 04.07.14,

                                          04.07.14 and 17.09.14)                             £    569.00

Purchase of balance bikes                                                                  £    500.00

Chesterfield FC Community Trust (football training)                           £    175.00

Coach hire for KS1 Multi Skills Festival                                              £    120.00

Street Dance tuition September 2014 to March 2015                         £    525.00

Contribution to Level 1 Bikeability 2014/2015                                     £      25.00

Young Ambassadors Conference 2015                                              £      82.00

                                                           

Budget remaining at 31.03.15       £2337

 

Available budget at 01.04.15 =      £10614 (£2337 carried forward from last year + £8277 - this year’s allocation)

 

Planned Expenditure for 2015-2016

 

Street Dance tuition April - July 2015                                                     £    375.00

Street Dance tuition September - November 2015                                £    250.00

Street Dance tuition January - March 2016                                            £    250.00

2015/2016 Chesterfield School Sport Partnership Affiliation                  £  1725.00

P.E. support x 36 weeks                                                                         £  5000.00

Inspirational athlete visit - Ben Pipes                                                      £    300.00

Table Tennis balls                                                                                   £      17.82

Netball posts and balls                                                                            £    234.92

 

Available to spend for remainder of year = £2461.26


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