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Sports Premium Funding

2017-18

 

What is it and how are we spending it?

The Sport Premium is an amount of money which is allocated to schools by the government in order to improve the quality of sport and PE for all their children. It is also for improving the health and wellbeing of primary children. The amount of funding that school receives is based on the number of children of primary age in that school. The money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools such as hiring sports coaches to work with teacher.

 

After recent announcements, the funding may be extended until 2020, which will allow us to continue to develop sports provision within school and to help us increase children’s participation in sporting activities.

 

Proposed expenditure

Ryecroft Infant School is committed to ensuing that the sports premium is used to increase the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision. We want to increase the participation in PE and promote healthy and active lifestyles. It is for schools to decide how the Sports Premium is spent and we are dedicated to making sure that this is spent effectively.

 

The planned spending for the academic year 2017-18 is as shown below. This has been decided following the successful plan that has been in place for the last 2 years. There may be some slight changes if necessary.

 

PE and Sports Premium Spending

 

Hiring specialist sport coaches

£5000

Outdoor resources EYFS

£100

Hire of EIS (June 2018)

£650 (Less deposit £150)-Approx

Transport to EIS (June 2018)

£750 -Approx

Deposit for EIS 2019

£150

Resources for Movement Evening

£60-Approx

Purchase of additional / new PE equipment to enhance current provision

£165

Enhance after school provision by offering a PE based activity class at a reduced/ subsidised rate.

£1500

Staff costs for attendance at courses / training.

£500

Total Resources spending 2016-17

£8875

 

What is the Impact of the Sports Premium Grant?

 

Sports Premium Grant has led to:

  • Teacher’s subject knowledge has increased by observing a range of different sporting activities.
  • Increased opportunities for all of our pupils to access a wider variety of PE and Sports including dance.
  • Increased opportunities to develop the competitive element of sports and the skills of sportsmanship.
  • Children have developed an increased understanding of the importance of keeping fit and healthy and ways that they can improve their health and fitness.
  • Children are more motivated to participate in PE.
  • Children are more motivated to improve to become fitter and healthier.

 

The funding is to be allocated to continue to extend and develop this work.

 

PE - Dance Week


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