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PE and Sports Premium Grant

What is it all about?

In April 2013, the Government announced new funding of £150 million for physical education (PE) and sport. This funding should be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision. Funding will be allocated to all maintained and state-funded schools with primary phase pupils, including: primary, middle, special and non-maintained special schools, academies and pupil referral units from 1st September 2013.

Schools are free to determine how best to use this funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.

Our Focus

Here at Anston Park Infant School we hope to use the funding to inspire all children to become physically confident and promote health and fitness.

We aim to do this by:

  • Providing high quality teaching and learning
  • Promoting a healthy and physically acive lifestyle for all children
  • Increasing the opportunities to take part in sport
  • Promoting cooperation and teamwork by competing in sporting activities
  • Inspiring all chidlren to enjoy and take part in a variety of physical activity


Provide high quality teaching and learning
Hiring highly qualified teachers and coaches to work alongside teachers to deliver inspirational PE lessons.
Observing high quality PE lessons at other schools where this subject is a strength.
Staff to attend training courses to increase sport specific skills.
Using links with our cluster schools to provide training for staff.
Provide lunch time clubs to increase activity levels and SMSA confidence.
Promote a healthy and physically active lifestyle
Whole school focus on encouraging healthy eating and making healthy life choices.
Linking with our Unicef Rights to provide a healthy and safe school.
Opportunities to attend extra-curricular clubs.
All children to take part in the daily mile at some point in the school day as well as 2 hours of PE on the curriculum every week. This should maximise the potential of PE and school sport to improve children’s performance in the classroom as well as their physical, social and emotional wellbeing.
Increase opportunities to take part in sport
Provide a variety of extra-curricular and lunch time clubs.
Through high quality PE lessons children will experience a wide range of sports and activities.
Encourage participation in community clubs by increasing links to coaches and local events.

Therefore, our objectives for this academic year are:

  • To make use of PE specialists over a sustained period of time, available to all children.
  • To provide Continuing Professional Development (“CPD”) for teachers to deliver PE lessons confidently.
  • To provide greater structure to lunchtimes with more children participating in physical exercise activities


PE Sports Premium Grant 2018 - 2019

Funding for schools will be allocated by the number of primary aged pupils (between the ages of 5 and 11).

Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil in Year 1 and Year 2.

Therefore, according to January 2018 census there are 131 children from September 2018 – August 2019 which means we have received an additional £1,310.

Number of pupils and PE Sport Grant (PESG) received

 


Total number of pupils on roll (F2-Y2)

201

 


Received November 2018

£10,198


Remaining payment will be received in May

£7,112

 


Total amount of PESG to be received

£17,310

 


Parental contributions Sept – date

£508

 


Questionnaire completed

£100

 


Total amount received

£17,918



How the Sports Premium Grant is spent at Anston Park Infant School:
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  • £4,033 so far Sept 2018 – Feb 2019 on Live and Learn sports specialist
  • Continuing Professional Development (4 hours per week) and Change 4 Life After School Club (1 hour per week) @ £37 per hour
  • £3,145 to be spent on Live and Learn sports specialist Feb 2019 – July 2019
  • Total cost of Live and Learn £7,178
  • £10,740 to be spent on extending the EYFS outdoor area
 
 
Provision in place during 2018 - 2019
  • High quality PE specialists from Live and Learn to teach a range of PE sessions throughout the year for KS1 children
  • KS1 children to receive 1 session per week by the specialists. The sport changes each half term and include gymnastics, dance, SAQ (Speed, agility, quickness), racket skills so far.
  • After school club “Change 4 life” with Live and Learn once a week.
  • All children to take part in the daily mile at some point during the school day to improve children’s performance in the classroom as well as their physical, social and emotional wellbeing
  • Encourage healthy lifestyles eg providing children with free fruit and enabling children to independently make healthy choices at lunchtime
  • £10,740 will be spent on the EYFS outdoor area. It is to be extended and developed to include a trim trail, climbing opportunities/ obstacle/ assault courses to develop children’s physical and gross motor skills and encourage more opportunities for children to be more active.

 

PE Sports Premium Grant 2017 – 2018 

Funding for schools will be allocated by the number of primary aged pupils (between the ages of 5 and 11).

Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil in Year 1 and Year 2.

Therefore, according to January 2017 census there were 144 Year 1 and Year 2 children which means we have received an additional £1,440.

Number of pupils and PE Sport Grant (PESG) received
 
Total number of pupils on roll (F2-Y2)

203

Received November 2017

£10,173

Received May 2018

£7267

Total amount of PESG received

£17,440

How the Sports Premium Grant was spent at Anston Park Infant School:
 
  • £13,510 on Live and Learn sports specialist
  • Continuing Professional Development (6 hours per week) and Lunchtime provision (2.5 hours per week) @ £35 per hour
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Provision in place during 2017-2018
 
  • High quality PE specialists from Live and Learn to teach a range of PE sessions throughout the year
  • Every class to receive 1 session per week by the specialists. The sport changes each half term and include gymnastics, dance, boxercise, SAQ (Speed, agility, quickness), athletics, rounders, cricket, ball skills, boccia and racket skills
  • Lunchtime provision with Live and Learn include invasion games in the Autumn term, net/wall games and bat and ball skills in the Spring term and Athletics/ Field events in the Summer Term
  • Encourage healthy lifestyles eg providing children with free fruit and enabling children to independently make healthy choices at lunchtime
  • Staff feedback and pupil questionnaires have shown that teachers are more confident in the teaching of new skills and sports in PE and 100% of children have enjoyed Live and Learn sessions and have a greater knowledge of a variety of sports.

 

Sports Premium Grant 2013 - 2016 

Funding Plan

2013 / 2014
Our allocation: £8,700
1st payment released of £5,312 in October 2013
2nd payment releaed of £3,388 in May 2014
2014 / 2015
Our allocation: £8,735
1st payment released of £5,095 in October 2014
2nd payment released of £3,640 in April 2015
2015 / 2016
Our allocation: £8,750
1st payment released of £5,104 in October 2015
2nd payment released of £3,646 in April 2016
2016 / 2017
Our allocation: £8, 745
1st payment released of £5,101 in October 2016
2nd payment released of £3,644 in April 2017

The allocations were calculated using the criteria below (with January 2016 census data).

  • Schools with 16 or fewer eligible pupils receive £500 per pupil
  • Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £8,000 and an additional payment of £5 per pupil.
Provide high quality teaching and learning
Hiring highly qualified teachers and coaches to work along side teachers to deliver inspirational PE lessons.
Observing high quality PE lessons at other schools where this subject is a strength.
Staff to attend training courses to increase sport specific skills.
Using links with our cluster schools and Dinnington Comprehensive School to provide training for staff.
Provide lunch time clubs to increase activity levels and SMSA confidence.
Promote a healthy and physically active lifestyle
Whole school focus on encouraging healthy eating and making healthy life choices.
Linkng with our Unicef Rights to provide a healthy and safe school.
Opportunities to attend extra curricular clubs.
Increase opportunities to take part in sport
Provide a variety of extra curricular and lunch time clubs.
Through high quality PE lessons children will experience a wide range of sports and activities.
Encourage participation in community clubs by increasing links to coaches and local events.

Our Sports Premium spend for 2013 - 2016 is as follows:

2014

January
English Institue of Sport Keystage 1 Multi Skills Festival
Coach transport hire
£390.00
January
English Institute of Sport Keystage 1 Multi Skills Festival
2 places @ £40 each
£80.00
Jan - Feb
Mini-kicks
School sports provision 19 sessions @ £35
£665.00
Mar - Apr
Premier Team Coaching
Dinner club activities 15 sessions @ 25
£375.00
Mar - Apr
Mini-kicks
School sports provision 24 sessions @ £35
£840.00
Apr - May
Premier Team Coaching
Dinner club activities 15 sessions @ £25
£375.00
Apr - May
Premier Team Coaching
After school Zumba 6 sessions @ £35
£210.00
May - July
Mini-kicks
PPA Dance (Tuesday) 18 sessions @ £35
£630.00
May - July
Mini-kicks
PPA Dance (Thursday) 16 sessions @ £35
£560.00
May - July
Mini-kicks
After School - variety of activities 6 sessions @ £20
£120.00
May - July
Mini-kicks
After school - variety of activities 25 pupils @ £6
£150.00
June - July
Premier Team Coaching
Dinnertime club activities 26 sessions @ £25
£650.00
Sept - Oct
Dinnington Comp - Bronze Package (Liam Kay)
£115.00
Sept - Oct
Premier Team Coaching
Dinner club activities 30 sessions @ £25
£750.00
Sept - Oct
Mini-kicks
School sports provision 16 sessions @ £35
£560.00
Sept - Oct
Mini-kicks
After School - Variety of activities 4 sessions @ £35
£140.00
November
Premier Team Coaching
Dinner Club Activities 10 sessions with 1 coach @ £25
£250.00
November
Premier Team Coaching
Dinner Club Activities 5 sessions with 2 coach @ £50
£250.00
November
Mini-kicks
After school club
£116.67
December
Premier Team Coaching
Dinner club activities 15 sessions with 2 coaches @ £50 (-1 session)
£725.00

2015

Jan - Feb
Premier Team Coaching
Dinner club activities 27 sessions @ £25
£675.00
Jan - Feb
Mini-kicks
PPA 18 sessions (Tuesdays) @ £35
£630.00
Jan - Feb
Mini-kicks
PPA 12 sessions (Thursday) @ £35
£420.00
March
Class teacher attendance at gymnastics training
Supply teacher x 2 days @ £213 per day
£426.00
March
English Institute of Sports Key Stage 1 Multi Skills Festival
Coach Transport Hire
£540.00
April
Dinnington High School - Bronze Package (Liam Kay)
£190.00
April
Mini-kicks
Dinner club activities 24 sessions @ £25
£600.00
May
Dinnington High School - Bronze Package (Liam Kay)
£155.00
June
Wilkinsons Travel - 2 coaches to Herringthorpe Stadium
£440.00
June
Mini-kicks
Sports provision and lunch time clubs - 18 hours @ £35
£630.00
June
Mini-kicks
Sports provision - 10 hours @ £35 and lunch time clubs 28 hours @ £25
£1050.00
June
Mini-kicks
Sports provision - 24 hours @ £35
£840.00
June
Mini-kicks
Sports provision - 14 hours @ £35 and lunch time clubs 37 hours @ £25
£1415.00
July
Rotherham Teaching Dance with Confidence
Debbie Blakemore attended on 11.11.2014
£60.00
July
Dinnington High School Bronze Package (Liam Kay)
£210.00
July
YPO Sports Equipment
£120.52
September
Dinnington High School - Bronze Package (Liam Kay)
£535.00
September
Rotherham Gymnastics Primary Teachers 9-10th March 2015
£60.00
October
Mini-kicks
Lunchtime and after school clubs
£2300.00
November
Mini-kicks
Lunchtime clubs 35 hours @ £25
£875.00

2016

January
Dinnington High School - Bronze Package (Liam Kay)
£535.00
April
Mini-kicks Sports Provision
Lunch time clubs and PE cover
£2950.00
May
Mini-kicks Sports Provision
Lunch time clubs and PE cover
£1975.00
June
Mini-kicks Sports Provision
Lunch time clubs 31 hours @ £25 and PE 30 hours @ £35
£1825.00
July
Dinnington High School - Bronze Package (Liam Kay)
£530.00
September
Dinnington High School - Bronze Package (Liam Kay)
£533.33
November
Mini-kicks Package school year 16/17 - November 2016 - March 2017 - 1st Payment
£5000.00
January
Dinnington High School - Bronze Package (Liam Kay) January - July 2017
£1066.67
April
Mini-kicks Package School year 16/17 - April 2017 - July 2017 - 2nd Payment
£5000.00

Total to date

£39538.19