Sports Premium

Sports Premium

 

As part of the legacy of the London 2012 Olympics, each school has been granted extra funding  for P.E. This money is to support the development of High Quality Physical Education and School Sport for all primary schools. We have begun to use this funding and our focus has been on: equipment, attending competitions,  staff training, use of specialist coaches, focusing on swimming, becoming involved in inclusive sports and also other innovative ways of improving sports within the school. As you will have seen from the summer P.E Newsletter, we had a fantastic year of sport and this funding will help use to improve still further.

 

Sports Premium Impact

Data has been used to analyse the impact of the Sports Premium, comparing competitions attended and clubs run by Garrett Hall between September 2015- July 2016 to September 2016- July 2017.

Sports Premium money has funded:

  • membership of the sporting bodies that run the competitions
  • transport to the competitions
  • equipment to help practice for the competitions

 

Number of children attending competitions  

Date

No. of children  attending competitions

Percentage change

September 2015- July 2016

250

 

September 2016- July 2017

349

+28%

 

Number of competitions attended 

Date

No. competitions   attended

Percentage change

September 2015- July 2016

33

 

September 2016- July 2017

34

+3%

 

 Analysis of impact of extra funding on clubs

Sports Premium money has funded:

  • Sports Coaches to run clubs
  • Equipment for the clubs

 

Number of children attending clubs 

Date

No. of children  attending clubs

Percentage change

September 2015- July 2016

473

 

September 2016- July 2017

485

+3%

 

Number of clubs

Date

No. of clubs 

Percentage change

September 2015- March 2016

42

 

September 2016- March 2017

30

-40%

 

Inclusive Clubs

  • The number of clubs run this year so far has increased
  • Inclusive ‘Just Join In’ events have been entered through the Wigan East Schools
  • Inclusive Kurling events have been entered through ATSA
  • Further Kurling and Boccia equipment has been obtained

 

Use of Sports Premium for CPD ensuring targeted development of staff including the observation of the impact of this training 

  • Sport Premium money has been spent on hiring a Sport Coach to deliver CPD
  • As part of our rolling program, Year 3 and Reception have 1 hour of P.E CPD per week
  • Questionnaires have been used to identify key areas for staff CPD. These has identified, Dance, Gymnastics and O.A.A
  • All staff have undertaken a 1 hour CPD session focusing on Improving Behaviour through Sport
  • Through analysis of the questionnaires it is clear that the staff rate the quality of the CPD as very high, 100% of the staff rated giving a level 1 rating.
  • Through analysis of the questionnaires it is clear that 100% of the staff feel that they have increased confidence in teaching P.E.
  • The CPD has been formally observed/monitored by Mr Parr (P.E Co-ordinator) and found to be of a very high standard

 

Develop leadership of inter- school competitions

  • The Sports Premium has funded membership of ATSA (Atherton and Tyldesley Sports Association). Mr Parr is a trustee of the organisation
  • Competitions have also been attended through the School Games as well as by a variety of other organisations

 

Sports Premium Expenditure

Sports Premium

Area

% Expenditure

Expenditure

 

 

 

CPD

36

3350

 

 

 

Prof Coaching

11

1050

 

 

 

Transport

2

125

 

 

 

Swimming

23

2120

 

 

 

Clubs/ Competitions

25

2375

inc Supply

 

 

 

 

 

Sporting Bodies

1

100

 

 

 

Equipment

8

402

 

 

 

TOTAL

100

9701