PE and Sport Grant

Parents’ Report on PE Sports Grant

PE Audit

Allocation, Spending & Impact

Academic year Period Amount
2013 – 14 September to March 2014 £6085
2014 – 15 April to August 2014 £3810
2014 – 15 September 2014 – March 2015 £6085
2015-2016 April 2015- September 2016 £6616

 

PE and Sport Premium for Primary Schools

The PE and Sport Grant for the 2015 -2016 academic year is funded over two instalments. The PE and Sport grant is allocated to schools based on the number of pupils in Years 1-6 and those aged 5 in Reception. Westminster Primary Academy receives £8,000 plus £5 per primary aged pupil (approximately £10, 256 per year) to improve the teaching and learning of PE and School Sport in our school.

Westminster Primary Academy School

The sports funding at Westminster Primary Academy School supports provision for the following-

  • Staff are trained by a PE teachers to deliver the PE Curriculum.
  • A range of after school clubs.
  • The opportunity to participate in athletic, netball, football and cricket tournaments within the local BD3 area.
  • Enables the school to provide additional staffing to run after school clubs, in house staff and to hire experienced coaches to deliver sessions to children.
  • Enables KS2 children to attend weekly swimming sessions at the local pool.
  • Transport to take pupils to tournaments and competitions at various locations.
  • To enable pupils to participate in outdoor learning such as orienteering and hikes.
  • Equipment to use at playtime and lunchtime.
  • Part funded a TLR2b to oversee the quality and structure of the extended schools programme.
  • CPD for staff- staff delivering PE.

Impact of the PE and Sports Grant in 2015

  • A comprehensive after school programme.
  • Girls’ participation in sport through football tournaments, netball and cricket that are solely for girls or mixed teams.
  • Approximately 160 pupils across school from Years 1-6 attend after school clubs which is 36% of Yr1-6 children that have access to a sports based after school club.
  • Enriched the outdoor curriculum for reception children.
  • After school club on the importance of diet and nutrition delivered by PE member of staff.
  • The use of a portable music system enabled children to lead a wake up shake up exercise/dance sessions at the start of the school day (Summer term).
  • Breakfast club has alternate PE member of staff and an experienced coach onsite to deliver sports based sessions to the children promoting a healthy start to the day.
  • The impact of the pupil premium funding is sustainable due to the upskilling of our teachers in effective sports teaching, development of skills and broader experiences of sport.
  • Pupil’s fitness is sustained as each year builds on the previous and expectations of what pupils can do are increased.

Future Plans and Proposals

  • To increase the proportion of pupils in after school sports based clubs.
  • To target more girls to attend after school sports based clubs.
  • Continue with a range of sports clubs that are accessible for all Yr1-6 pupils.
  • Develop a portfolio of good practice.
  • To further establish links between the Westminster Young Citizen’s Award scheme and Sports activities in school. Children will use their file to collect evidence especially within the Get fit stay active section.
  • Resources to improve the quality of teaching skills such as gymnastics, games and dance.
  • Resources to develop lunchtime activities such as basketball, football and netball.
  • To develop the outdoor learning environment- to investigate the cost of a multi-use games area (MUGA).
  • To further develop links with a local school to access Forest School facilities.To develop CPD to staff regarding teaching of PE.

Sports Premium Funding 2016-17

Academic year Period Amount
2016-17 September 2016-September 2017 £10,700*

Predicted income based on 540 pupils on roll and £8,000 grant.

Westminster Primary Academy School

The sports funding at Westminster Primary Academy School supports provision for the following-

  • New teaching staff (NQT) will be trained by a PE teachers to deliver the PE Curriculum.
  • A range of after school clubs are offered.
  • The opportunity to participate in athletic, netball, football and cricket tournaments within the local BD3 area.
  • Enables the school to provide additional staffing to run after school clubs, in house staff and to hire experienced coaches to deliver sessions to children.
  • Enables KS2 children to attend weekly swimming sessions at the local pool.
  • Transport to take pupils to tournaments and competitions at various locations.
  • To enable pupils to participate in outdoor learning such as orienteering and hikes.
  • Equipment to use at playtime and lunchtime.
  • Part funded a TLR2b to oversee the quality and structure of the extended schools programme.
  • CPD for staff- staff delivering PE.

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