Mount Tamar

PE & Sport Premium

Impact of funding

Primary School’s Sports Funding   At Mount Tamar, we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. We believe that an innovative, multisensory varied PE curriculum has a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and achievement of all our children.

The Primary PE and Sport Premium will enable us to continue and extend our provision through buying equipment to expand the growth in the range of alternative sporting activities; increase the number of opportunities to participate in inclusive sports competitions and provide opportunities to run sports activities with other schools

What is the Sports Premium?  The funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

Purpose of the funding  Schools will have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

Possible uses of the funding include:

Hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE

New or additional Change4Life sport clubs

Paying for professional development opportunities in PE/sport

Providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE/sport

Running sport competitions, or increasing participation in the school games

Buying quality assured professional development modules or material for PE/sport

Providing places for pupils on after school sport clubs and residential visits

Sports Premium Funding 2015 - 16

Sports Premium Funding 2015 - 16

 

 

Total number of Pupils on roll

101

 

Total amount spent on Sports Premium funding

£8137

 

Planned spend

Funding

Date

Description

 

Key Priority:  Broaden the range of physical activities experienced by the pupils particularly improving team work and self confidence

 

Expected Impact

 

Achieved not Achieved

Street Factory Dance sessions

 

£3380

Spring/Summer 15

Local street dance group coach pupils once per week.

90% of parents comment as to improved self-confidence. Pupils present end of year performance to parents

Improved dance skills

 

 

Achieved  

 

KS2 swimming

 

 

£550

Summer term 15

Health and water safety/Lifesaving skills. Transport to and from venue

60% of pupils able to swim. Evidenced by certification

Achieved 

 

Key Priority:  To improve self regulation of pupils with SEND as advised by therapy team

Expected Impact

 

Achieved not Achieved

Activate sessions at start of the day promote active learning and prepare pupils for their day

£500

Whole year

Equipment to run daily Activate programme – swing balls, skipping ropes, scooters, diablos, bean bags, hoops, tennis equipment. Continuous replacement programme New bikes and trikes

80% of pupils taking part in activate in a variety of activities

Reduced incidents I the mornings

Achieved

Primary play equipment to improve strength and agility

£1857

Spring term 15

Partly Lottery funded – schools contribution to climbing frame in Primary playground. Encourages outside play.

Pupils engaged in play area every break and lunchtime. Pupil feedback is 80% positive

Achieved

Key Priority:   to increase participation of pupils in out of school hours activity

Expected Impact

 

Achieved not Achieved

After school clubs

 

£1050

Whole year

School staff salaries for after school basketball and football clubs

50% increase in pupil attendance and number of clubs

Achieved

Sports Premium Funding 2016 - 17

Sports Premium Funding 2016 - 17

 

 

Total number of Pupils on roll

101

 

Total amount spent on Sports Premium funding

£8137

 

Planned spend

Funding

Date

Description

 

Key Priority:  Broaden the range of physical activities experienced by the pupils particularly improving team work and self confidence

Desired impact

 

Achieved / Not achieved

Street Factory Dance sessions

 

£3380

Spring/Summer 16

Local street dance group coach pupils once per week.

90% of parents comment as to improved self-confidence. Pupils present end of year performance to parents

Improved dance skills

 

KS2 swimming

 

 

£550

Summer term 16

Health and water safety/Lifesaving skills. Transport to and from venue

60% of pupils now able to swim. Evidenced by certification

 

Curriculum

 

 

£2000

Whole year

  • Improving staff professional learning to up skill teachers and teaching assistants
  • Paying the most effective teachers an enhanced allowance to lead improvements in PE and School Sport
  • Targeting the most able at sport and giving sporting opportunities in other schools

 

More confident and trained staff

Through pupil engagement in lessons an increased amount of pupils are taking part in extracurricular and sport at home.

Number increased by 30%

 

 

Key Priority:  To improve self regulation of pupils with SEND as advised by therapy team

 

Activate sessions at start of the day promote active learning and prepare pupils for their day

£500

Whole year

Equipment to run daily Activate programme – swing balls, skipping ropes, scooters, diablos, bean bags, hoops, tennis equipment. Continuous replacement programme New bikes and trikes

Variety of activities

Reduced incidents in lesson 1 and 2 by 20%

 

Primary trampoline to improve strength and agility

£1707

Spring term 15

Partly Lords and Ladies Taverners funded – schools contribution to trampoline in Primary playground. Encourages outside play and improves sensory regulation.

Pupil feedback positive.

Primary incidents reduced as a result of calming process – 5 pupils

 

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