The Russell School

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Sports Premium Funding 

Sports Premium Funding Impact Report 2016/17

Funding received in 2016/2017: £9,060

Activity

Intended Outcome

 

Intended Impact

 

Cost

Three Rivers & Watford Sports Partnership membership:

 

To provide various sporting activities and specialist training from Yr1 to Yr6 including - Play Leader & Games Maker training, Competitions – Cricket, Cross Country, Kwik Sticks (hockey), Tennis, Rugby, Sport Hall Athletics, Tri-golf, Multi skills, Intra Sports and Football Tournaments

All children have the opportunity to experience a wide variety of sports and activities such as Kwik sticks, Tri golf, Multi skills & Intra Sports.

The school is involved in an increased participation within inter-school sporting events and competitions.

Positive attitudes towards sport are promoted and team building skills enhanced.

£2,100

Provision of Swimming Coach

 

All children to participate in a weekly swimming lesson led by a qualified swimming teacher.

All children from Reception to Yr6 are taught to swim through weekly lessons from Easter to the October half term.

£2,540

Sports Coaching

 

Sports coaching in Rugby, Football and Cricket, Basketball for Yr3 to Yr6 Games.

Also sports coaching in KS1 classes.

All staff will benefit from continued professional development within PE through their observation of and team teaching with qualified sports coaches.

 

£3,420

Sporting Equipment

 

Equipment for PE across the school to facilitate the delivery of the PE curriculum.

 

 

All children from Reception to Year 6 will have access to the improved PE resources to support the curriculum.

£1,000

Total spent : £9,060

 

 How was the impact of the Sports Premium measured in 2015-16?

Teachers have had access to appropriate professional development by working alongside specialist sports coaching staff.

Pupils have had increased access to inter school competitions including participation in football, athletics events, netball, hockey, TAG rugby and cricket with positive results for the School.

Increased participation in sport at lunch times and before/after school.

A range of extra curricular sporting activities have been provided which have increased the levels of participation and enjoyment in sport.

The purchase of additional and replacement PE equipment such as gym mats and basketball equipment have supported the effective implementation of the PE programme.

 Funding received in 2015/2016: £9050

Activity

Intended Outcome

 

Impact

 

Cost

Three Rivers & Watford Sports Partnership membership:

 

To provide various sporting activities and specialist training from Yr1 to Yr6 including - Play Leader & Games Maker training, Competitions – Cricket, Cross Country, Kwik Sticks (hockey), Tennis, Rugby, Sport Hall Athletics, Tri-golf, Multi skills, Intra Sports and Football Tournaments

Opportunity to experience a wider variety of sports and activities such as Kwik sticks, Tri golf, Multi skills & Intra Sports.

Increased participation of inter-school sporting events and competitions.

Positive team building and positive attitudes to sport.

£2,100

Provision of Swimming Coach

 

All children to participate in a weekly swimming lesson led by a qualified swimming teacher.

All children from Reception to Yr6 are taught to swim through weekly lessons from Easter to the October half term.

£2540

Sports Coaching

 

Sports coaching in Rugby, Football and Cricket, Basketball for Yr3 to Yr6 Games.

Also sports coaching in KS1 classes.

Teachers observing and learning from high quality lessons delivered by qualified sports coaches.

 

£3,420

Sporting Equipment

 

Replacement of sporting equipment such as new gym mats and installing new equipment such as the basketball nets & court have assisted participation in sporting activities.

All children from Reception to Year 6 have been using the new equipment and raised participation and enjoyment in sports.

£990

Total spent : £9050

 

What is the Sports Premium?

The Prime Minister and the Government are committed to maintaining the £150 million per annum Primary PE and Sports Premium until 2020. The dedicated fund goes directly to primary school head teachers so that they can decide how best to use it to provide sporting activities for pupils.

What is the purpose of the grant?

Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but have the freedom to choose how they do this. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

Funding is calculated by the number of primary aged pupils (ie between 5 and 11) as at the annual schools census in January.