Sport Premium

PE & Sport Premium Funding 2014-15

Evington Valley Primary School
Evington Valley Road
Leicester
LE5 5LL
Tel: 0116 2736971
Fax: 0116 2733461

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The government departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport are jointly providing additional funding to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools.
Schools are required to publish details of their PE & Sport Premium allocation, how they spend (or will spend) their PE and Sport grant. They must also include detail about the impact this funding has on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment.

PE & Sport Premium Funding 2015-16

Evington Valley received £9,371 in PE & Sport Premium funding in the financial year 2015-16.
The funding was spent in the following ways:

Action/ Target

Impact

Enabling pupils to attend inter-school sports festivals and competitions (Paying into Leicester City School Sports Partnership, transport costs, providing teacher cover to release staff to take children to competitions).

By the end of the school year we will have increased % of pupils involved in inter-school sports competitions from 31.5% in 2014-15 to 46% in 2015-16.

Subsidising after school clubs.

Increased participation and engagement in after school sports clubs from 66 children in 2014-15 to 84 children in 2015-16. To increase engagement in sports clubs, children are now given opportunities to vote from a wider range of sports and choose the club they would like the following term. 100% of children stated they enjoyed the clubs and have learnt new skills/ games or seen an improvement in their skills. Children have become fitter and healthier since attending the clubs. 90% of children stated they feel their cooperation, teamwork and relationships/ friendships with others have improved.

Purchasing the swimming charter to support the teaching and assessment of swimming

Enabled staff to have control over the teaching and learning of swimming, targets for all pupils and the progress of all children. Assessment sheets clearly outline badge criteria and have supported staff to make clear judgements on children’s abilities. The charter includes badges, stickers and swimming passports which have been an incentive for all children.

Providing targeted Val Sabin PE resources for teams.

The purchase of Val Sabin resources/ planning documents have raised the confidence of teachers in teaching PE and sport. Updated resources have supported teachers in applying their knowledge from Val Sabin courses/ training attended last year. Pupils continue to be active for an increased amount of time during PE lessons and evidence shows progression and development in skills that have been taught. Pupils have stated they enjoy PE lessons and have a greater understanding of the need to be healthy and keep fit.

Purchasing new PE and sports equipment.

New equipment supported the teaching and learning for pupils including specific equipment that was bought to teach team games such as tag rugby and netball.

Develop young sports leaders in Key Stage 2.

Training day and further sessions working with the sports crew has encouraged/ developed children’s confidence and leadership/team building skills. It has promoted PE and sports within school and further developed children’s understanding of PSHE qualities required to be a positive role model/leader.

PE & Sport Premium Funding 2016-17

Evington Valley have recieved £9378 in PE & Sport Premium Funding for 2016-17 will be spent in the following ways:

* CPD for teachers to enable them to further develop teaching skills in order to provide a varied PE curriculum to pupils.

* Purchasing the bronze membership through Leicester City School Sport & Physical Activity Network (SSP).

* Purchasing the swimming charter to support the teaching and assessment of swimming.

* Support and training through SSP to set up a Change 4 Life Club which will use a targeted approach and engage specific children in healthy lifestyle choices through FUN, physical and nutritional activities.

* Support and training through SSP to set up a physical literacy Kimbles intervention programme. The music and movement intervention will target children and develop their concentration, coordination, control, memory, communication and language and fine and gross motor skills.

* Specialist PE coaches who will work with teachers and develop their knowledge and skills in delivering exciting and engaging PE lessons.

* Purchasing Val Sabin Activate for all classes. This is a movement programme which will increase the amount of time children are physically active. Develop children’s agility, coordination, control and concentration.

* To further increase the amount of pupils that attend inter-school sports festivals/ competitions.

* Continuing to update PE and sports equipment.

* Updating current planning and assessment documents for PE.

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