In 2013, the government announced that they would be spending £450 million over the next three academic years to help fund primary school sport, this is called the School Sport Premium. The PE and Sport Premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.
Schools have the freedom to spend the money however they choose, but this must be towards improving their provision of PE and Sport to give children the opportunity to develop a healthy lifestyle.
Kings Worthy Primary School Aims:
- Improve the teaching and learning of all aspects of PE
- Improve the resources and equipment used in PE Lessons
- Offer a wider range of opportunities in PE and extra-curricular clubs
- Develop the use of our school grounds for outdoor and adventurous PE
- Develop links with community groups and other agencies.
- Improve the PE skills and stamina of pupils.
In the 2017/18 academic year, grant received was £15445
Kings Worthy Primary used its sports premium to:
- Improve the condition of our sports pitches
- Purchase a range of PE resources (football, netball, cricket and athletics resources) for increased range of sports & athletics
- Continue to provide and widen extra-curricular clubs provision, including Rock Challenge (dance), cricket and Multi skills
- Provide access to the Golden Mile challenge for the whole school
- Maintain and develop our woodlands for adventurous outdoor play and cross country
- Widen participation in inter-school football and netball tournaments
- Provide Inter-House & Inter-school Cross Country competitions
- Train all teaching staff in Outdoor Leading
- Contribute to Year 6 active residential trip
- Contribute to extra-curricular sports activities for vulnerable pupils
- Provide supply cover to enable supervision at events eg Cross Country competitions
The remaining grant will be used to extend the use of our sports pitches during the winter season (Astroturf/Multi-use Games amenity.)
The effect on pupils’ participation & attainment:
- Vulnerable groups participate in lunchtime Multi Skills club
- Vulnerable groups are participating in an increased range of active sports outside school (Pilates, swimming, gymnastics)
- Increased girls’ participation in football
- Sustained participation in cross country throughout the school and successful results in inter-school competition
- KS2 participation in Rock Challenge competition
- Continued and widened participation in lunchtime & after school sports clubs
- Participation in Inter-school Tag Rugby tournament
- Participation in Cross Country tournament
- Participation in inter-school netball matches and tournaments
- Whole school participation in the Golden Mile challenge
We will ensure these improvements are sustainable by:
- Continuing to run inter-house and participate in inter-school matches and tournaments across a variety of activities and year groups
- Continuing to broaden and sustain the variety of and participation in lunchtime and after school clubs
- Training new ‘Young Leaders’ to develop leadership and participation in playtime activities
- Increasing use of our woodlands for adventurous play (further Forest Schools training.)
- Ensuring new and existing staff are trained in provision for the Golden Mile. This will encourage every pupil to maintain and develop a healthy lifestyle.
The number of our Year 6 children who can swim is as follows:
- swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres – 59%
- use a range of strokes effectively – 61%
- perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations – 39%
2019 to 2020 Sport premium document. Click here for attachment.