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Marshland St James Primary and Nursery School

"A Member of the Diocese of Ely Multi-Academy Trust"

Sports Grant

Sports Grant Statement 2017-2018

Marshland St James received approximately £8000 per year plus £5 per pupil Sports Grant funding for the financial year 2016-2017 The school’s Sports Grant allocation for this year is for £16000 plus £10 per pupil.

The money is being used to fund the quality of physical education provision in our school. We aim to increase the physical activity within the school and to improve the accessibility to a wide range of PE and sports.

Number of Eligible pupils

88

Funding Rate

£8000 plus £5 per pupil

Total amount Received

£8425

 

How have has the money been used?

The funding this year has been used to:

·         To fund the PE subject leader to receive specialist training in order to improve the quality of PE being taught within the school.

·         To facilitate high quality NPECTs PE and sports training for a member of the support staff.

·         To fund classroom cover for the PE subject leader to plan for the development and monitoring of physical education throughout the school.

·         To fund extra-curricular clubs to ensure that every child in the school has the opportunity to take part in a range of activities that improve health and well-being.

·         To purchase new apparatus to improve and enhance the teaching of gymnastics.

·         To fund extra curricula sporting activities to improve accessibility to a range of different sports such as archery, tri golf and fencing.

·         To support and develop the participation of children in Marshland Cluster sporting events.

2017-2018

Number of Eligible pupils: 83

Funding rate: £8000+£5 per pupil

Total amount received: £8415

Objective

Activity

Cost

Impact

To pay for sports coach to run dinnertime activity club

Multi-skills club

£1800

Children spend more time being active

To pay for a trained PE leader to run after school sports club

Tennis club

Multi-skill club

2 hours per week x £10.34

Summer term £300

 

Children involved in a range of multi-skill activities.

To pay for a swimming coach to support the teaching of Swimming to KS 2 children

Swimming lessons at Marshland Pool on a weekly basis.

£950= £25x38

 

All children in Y6 were able to swim at least 25 m confidently

To improve resources to support delivery of PE.

Equipment

£500

 

To ensure that children were able to access the extra-curricular sporting events run by Marshland Cluster.

KS 1 Golf session

 

Cost of transport to events

 

Staff costs

£240

 

£100

 

7x sporting events

£21x 7= £147

 

To ensure the trim is in a good state of repair for the children access daily

Maintenance & Upkeep. Repair to sections

£2000

 

To improve stamina and fitness.

Introduction of the Golden Mile

 

Resources.

Staff training £50

 

 

Badges & Certificates

£300

All children accessing golden mile. Whole school mileage over 3000km!

Qualified NPECTs staff member to lead PE Lessons and to up-skill staff.

Weekly PE lesson for KS2 classes

2x 1.5 hrs

£1460

PE skills being effectively taught through KS 2 Children accessing range of different sports and skills.

 

Total PE Grant to date:

£7847

PE Grant remaining

£593

 

What has the impact of the funding been in school?

PE is delivered by confident and well qualified members of staff.

Additional extra curricula activities are very popular with over 70% of children voluntarily attending at least one of the sporting clubs over the past academic year. During the summer term 2016 44% of children accessed an out of school sports club.

There has been an increased participation in sporting activities for cluster events and children taking part in sporting events outside of school. Children are enthusiastic and keen to take part in Cluster events with 40% of Key Stage 2 children representing the school at a sporting tournament during the last year.

2017-2018

Over the next academic year the money will continue to be used to fund and support PE professional development for members of staff and to ensure that there continues to be a focus on increasing childrens physical activity. We are planning to introduce the Golden Mile to the school to encourage fitness and personal improvement.  We also want to improve activity and participation in physical activity at lunchtimes. We are holding a weekly multi-skills club open to all year groups and providing more play equipment for our children. We will also be using the money to develop the outside areas for the children to access such as the wildlife area and the pond.

2017-2018

Number of Eligible pupils: 88

Funding rate: £8000+£10 per pupil

Total amount received: £16880

Objective

Activity

Cost

Impact

To improve resources to support the delivery of PE

Boost current provision for multi skills at both dinner time and PE lessons where appropriate

£1000

 

Cost of coach per term

£500x3= £1500

 

Total- £2500

 

To pay for a swimming coach to support the teaching of Swimming to KS 2 children

Swimming coach access to the Hudson Pool in Wisbech

£25 x 2hours= £50

£50 x 14= £700

Cost of Pool Hire

£30x 14= £420

 

Total=£1140

 

To pay for a trained PE leader to run after school activities to promote health and well-being.

Games club

Wildlife club

2x 1.5 hours weekly @£11 per hour.

 

£1000

 

To pay for the cover for the PE coordinator to attend cluster meetings, competitions and events. Extra time will be needed if hosting an event to set up and pack away.

PE coordinator to organise attendance at cluster events and to run events held at the school.

PE Meetings

£21x6=  £126

 

Cluster events

12x £42 per afternoon

£504

 

Hosting 2 events

£21x3= £63

 

Total= £693

 

To develop the wildlife area with groups of children to improve well-being.

Wildlife area

Purchase of materials to improve outside space. PE coordinator to lead club.

Estimated cost of materials

 

£1000

 

Staff release time

£16.5x 30=£495

 

Total= £1495

 

 

Total funds to be received  2017-2018

£16880

Total PE Grant allocated to date:

£6828

PE Grant remaining

£ 10,052

 

Sports Grant Statement 2016-2017

Marshland St James received approximately £8,500 Sports Grant funding for the financial year 2015-2016. The school’s Sports Grant allocation for this year is for £8000.

The money is being used to fund the quality of physical education provision in our school. We aim to increase the physical activity within the school and to improve the accessibility to a wide range of PE and sports.

How have we used the money?

The funding this year has been used to:

·         To fund the PE subject leader to receive specialist training in order to improve the quality of PE being taught within the school.

·         To facilitate high quality NPECTs PE and sports training for a member of the support staff.

·         To fund a sports coach to deliver high quality PE session to KS2 children on a weekly basis.

·         To fund classroom cover for the PE subject leader to plan for the development and monitoring of physical education throughout the school.

·         To fund all sports clubs to ensure that every child in the school has the opportunity to take part in a range of extra curricula sporting events led by trained and qualified sports coaches.

·         To purchase new apparatus to improve and enhance the teaching of gymnastics.

·         To fund extra curricula sporting activities to improve accessibility to a range of different sports such as archery, tri golf and fencing.

·         To support and develop the participation of children in Marshland Cluster sporting events.

 What has the impact of the funding been in school?

PE is delivered by confident and well qualified members of staff.

Additional extra curricula activities are very popular with over 70% of children voluntarily attending at least one of the sporting clubs over the past academic year. During the summer term 2016 44% of children accessed an out of school sports club.

There has been an increased participation in sporting activities for cluster events and children taking part in sporting events outside of school. Children are enthusiastic and keen to take part in Cluster events with 40% of Key Stage 2 children representing the school  at a sporting tournament  during the last year.

 

Future Plans

Over the next academic year (2016-2017), the money will continue to be used to fund and support PE professional development for members of staff and to ensure that there continues to be a focus on increasing childrens physical activity. We are planning to introduce the Golden Mile to the school to encourage fitness and personal improvement.  We also want to improve activity and participation in physical activity at lunchtimes. We are holding a weekly multi-skills club open to all year groups and providing more play equipment for our children.