CHAPEL BREAK INFANT SCHOOL – PRIMARY PE/SPORT/HEALTH PREMIUM DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2018-19

Carry over amount from 2017-18

£840.21

Total Grant Awarded for 2018-19 (£16,000 + £10/KS1 pupil

£16,000 + £1,180 = £17,180

Total Grant Available for 2018-19 (Carry over + 18-19 Grant)

£18,020.21

School PE Coordinator

L. Stuart

Governor Responsible for PE

K. Holland

 

Summary of PE & Sport Premium Expenditure 2018-19 (priorities):

Objectives of spend:

1.

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

2.

Children to access a range of sporting activities outside of school through school sports partnership

3.

To encourage physical activity during play times and lunch times through maintenance of playground/field equipment

4.

To continue to support the access that children have to outdoor learning and gardening facilities

5.

Children to access extra-curricular clubs

 

Item/Project

Projected Cost

Actual Cost

Objectives

Outcomes/Measuring Impact

Sustainability

NPESS MEMBERSHIP

£2,425

£2,425

Provision of CPD opportunities for all staff - including bespoke PE support for Subject leader and the School overall (includes additional credits for bespoke identified support)

Improvements on CD Wheel around - COMPS / STAFF DEV / SUBJ LEADERSHIP / TEACHING & LEARNING

Ongoing support and staff development for long term sustainable benefits

NORWICH SSP MEMBERSHIP

£1,569

£1,569.48

Children will have access to a broad range of events and festivals across the year

Children will be given opportunities to try sports in an outside setting which then inspire them to explore exit routes into community based clubs and activities

Staff can look to recreate lessons based the popular elements of the events and activities put on by the partnership

Repairs to outdoor equipment

 

£811.31

To ensure safe working order for the outdoor equipment such as the 'trim trail'

Children can access equipment continuously and can do so safely. The trim trail will provide opportunities for alternative levels of physical engagement improving fitness levels, coordination and mobility of children

Longer lasting and safe equipment. Less closure of outdoor areas required.

CREATE DEVELOPMENT LEGACY PACKAGE 2018-20

£5,835

 £4910

Full legacy package of support for 2 Years PE support around realPE / realGym / realPlay approaches - providing deep layer support to embed all programmes and evidence improvements to confidence and quality

Measurable impact for all 3 programmes - increased staff confidence and evidenced improvements to the quality of teaching and learning

More confident teachers delivering higher quality PE following support

Register Koboca

£65

 

Use online survey platform to gage levels of activity amongst pupils

Quantative and qualative data that will provide us with insight as to where we can look to improve activity and engagement levels of pupils

Future plans for provision made based on evidence gathered

Extra Curriculum Clubs and Enrichment Opportunities

£2,000

 

Investment in providing extra-curricular enrichment activities available to all children

Improvements on CD Wheel - COMPS, ENRICHMENT, HEALTH & WELLBEING

Club providers and school to guide pupil towards exit routes into community based clubs and activities

Staff Salary - Sarah Gann (Gardening and Outdoor Learning)

£6,100

£6,809.50

Investment to ensure that gardening and outdoor learning can continue as previous at Chapel Break Infant School

All children throughout the year will have opportunity to take part in gardening and outdoor learning sessions. Where possible the sessions will link to the term's topic and from there, link to health lifestyles

Children will learn more about gardening and outdoor learning and continue to develop this understanding as they progress through the school

 

Summary:

Total Premium Projected

£17,180

Total Premium Received

£17,189

Total Premium Spent

£17,591.99

Premium Remaining

£437.22