Sports Funding Grant Expenditure PlanSPSLOGO[1]

2017-2018

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

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Total number of pupils on roll

425

The children in our school know that they are striving to ‘be the best that they can be’. They know they can achieve this by subscribing to our INSPIRE approach.

The sporting opportunities we deliver at Shaftesbury CE Primary are underpinned by our Christian Values: Koinonia, Respect, Courage, Creation & Friendship.

Total amount of PPG received

£19,460

Nature of support 2017/18        

Focus on enrichment beyond the curriculum

100 %

Residual effect: development of learning delivery (teaching assistants)

-

Enrichment focus:

  • Improve quality of extra curricular provision for children
  • Improve quality (and quantity) of resources
  • Developing and strengthening local community competitions/opportunities

INSPIRE focus:

  • Respect
  • Friendship
  • Koinonia
  • Courage

Whole school

Item/project

Cost

Objective

Desired Outcome

Whole School

Lunchtime & After School Sports Enrichment Clubs (Provided by Premier Sports)

£8,775

  • To provide quality extra-curricular activities during the school day and after school
  • Demonstrate quality delivery of extra-curricular activities
  • More positive sporting conduct during sporting games on the field/in the courts during lunchtimes (INSPIRE)
  • Children having access to a range of sporting disciplines at no cost to them (TAG rugby, football, cricket, netball, rounders, multi-sports - all boys & girls, both KS)

Whole School

Teaching and Learning

n/a (part of above)

  • Demonstrate quality delivery of curriculum-based sporting activities
  • Sports coaches (QA’d by Premier Sports termly) provide daily modelling of teaching to TA’s and MDSA’s (INSPIRE)

Whole School

Lease on Minibus

£1000

(contribution towards)

  • Enable children to take part in local sports competitions
  • Children competing against local teams in: football, netball, TAG rugby, cricket and swimming
  • Children competing in the wider region in football
  • (See website for evidence)                        

Whole School & Community

Extra PE Staff

£ 10,000

  • Provide capacity for PE staff to be able to develop opportunities for the school in the local community
  • Develop links with local Secondary Schools to make use of their facilities
  • Develop links with local schools to help run/host competitions through the year and establish an annual cycle
  • run sport competitions
  • increase pupils’ participation in the School Games
  • run sports activities with other schools

Sports Funding Grant Expenditure PlanSPSLOGO[1]

2016-2017

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

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Total number of pupils on roll

404

The children in our school know that they are striving to ‘be the best that they can be’. They know they can achieve this by subscribing to our INSPIRE approach.

The sporting opportunities we deliver at Shaftesbury CE Primary are underpinned by our Christian Values: Koinonia, Respect, Courage, Creation & Friendship.

Total amount of PPG received

£9,775

Nature of support 2016/17        

Focus on enrichment beyond the curriculum

100 %

Residual effect: development of learning delivery (teaching assistants)

-

Enrichment focus:

  • Improve quality of extra curricular provision for children
  • Improve quality (and quantity) of resources
  • Ensure children can take part in local community competitions

INSPIRE focus:

  • Respect
  • Friendship
  • Koinonia
  • Courage

Impact of SG spending

(see end of year evaluation)

Whole school

Item/project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

Whole School

Lunchtime & After School Sports Enrichment Clubs (Provided by Premier Sports)

£8,775

  • To provide quality extra-curricular activities during the school day and after school
  • Demonstrate quality delivery of extra-curricular activities
  • More positive sporting conduct during sporting games on the field/in the courts during lunchtimes (INSPIRE)
  • Children having access to a range of sporting disciplines at no cost to them (TAG rugby, football, cricket, netball, rounders, multi-sports - all boys & girls, both KS)

Whole School

Teaching and Learning

n/a (part of above)

  • Demonstrate quality delivery of curriculum-based sporting activities
  • Sports coaches (QA’d by Premier Sports termly) provide daily modelling of teaching to TA’s and MDSA’s (INSPIRE)

Whole School

Lease on Minibus

£1000

(contribution towards)

  • Enable children to take part in local sports competitions
  • Children competing against local teams in: football, netball, TAG rugby, cricket and swimming
  • Children competing in the wider region in football
  • (See website for evidence)

Sports Funding Grant Expenditure

2015-2016

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

414

Total amount of PPG received

£9,714

Nature of support 2015/16        

Focus on learning

Focus on social, emotional and behaviour

Focus on enrichment beyond the curriculum

82%

7%

11 %

Curriculum focus:

  • Improve quality of provision for children
  • Improve quality (and quantity) of resources
  • Ensure children can take part in local community competitions

Impact of SG spending

(See outcomes)

Whole school

Item/project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

KS2

KS2 Sports Coach

£6000

 (contribution towards)

  • Model lesson delivery
  • Give children quality coaching
  • Children in KS2 receive at least ‘good’ quality PE coaching across the curriculum
  • More children are accessing our sporting clubs as a result of the coaches being involved in teaching

Whole School

Lunchtime & After school Clubs

£2,714

  • To provide quality extra-curricular activities during the school day and after school
  • More positive sporting conduct during sporting games on the field/in the courts during lunchtimes
  • Children having access to a range of sporting disciplines at no cost to them (TAG rugby, football, cricket, netball, rounders, multi-sports - all boys & girls, both KS)

Whole School

Lease on Minibus

£1000

(contribution towards)

  • Enable children to take part in local sports competitions
  • Children competing against local teams in: football, netball, TAG rugby, cricket and swimming
  • Children competing in the wider region in football
  • (See website for evidence)

Total PPG received

£9,714

Total PPG expenditure

£9,714

PPG remaining

£0

Sports Funding Grant ExpenditureSPSLOGO[1]

2014/15

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received

Total number of pupils on roll

398

Total amount of PPG received

£10,011

Nature of support 2014/15        

Focus on learning

Focus on social, emotional and behaviour

Focus on enrichment beyond the curriculum

Focus on resources

80%

0%

8 %

0 %

Curriculum focus:

  • Improve quality of provision for children
  • Improve quality (and quantity) of resources
  • Ensure children can take part in local community competitions

Impact of SG spending

(see end of year evaluation)

Whole school

Item/project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

Whole school

Hockey Balls

£143

  • Enable hockey lessons to take place
  • Replace damaged equipment

All children able engaged in whole class hockey sessions.

Whole School

Rugby Balls

£700

  • Enable KS-wide sessions to take place
  • Make best use of coaches providing lesson tuition

All children able engaged in whole class rugby sessions.

KS2

KS2 Sports Coach

£4000

  • Model lesson delivery
  • Give children quality coaching

All sports lessons in KS2 at least ‘good’ or better.

KS1

KS1 Basketball

£500

  • Model lesson delivery
  • Give children quality coaching

Children had access to a sports coach whose expertise was basketball.

More children choosing to take part in basketball at lunchtime.

KS2

KS2 Basketball

£500

  • Model lesson delivery
  • Give children quality coaching

Children had access to a sports coach whose expertise was basketball.

More children choosing to take part in basketball at lunchtime.

Whole School

Lease on Minibus

£3771

  • Enable children to take part in local sports competitions

Children competing against local teams in: football, netball, TAG rugby, cricket and swimming.