The Governor responsible for Sports Premium is Keith Tanner
Sports Premium Funding
All schools receive funding for PE through the Sports Premium which is now in its sixth year.
For the year (2018-19) we received £18,190.
We used this as follows:
Once again we bought into specialist PE support from the local authority, through their 'Sports Premium: Effective and Sustainable Investment Support Package'. We used this to provide teachers with additional training in specific areas to enhance their knowledge and skills. We also used a specialist coach to train four teachers in netball, tag rugby and OAA (outdoor and adventurous activities) during the autumn term.
Competitions and clubs
We have been part of the Bexley Netball League and attended inter-school competitions and festivals for: netball, athletics, tennis, orienteering, multi-skills and Change4Life. Across KS2, the children have taken part in intra-school competitions for: basketball, netball, tag rugby, football, cricket and athletics.
Children in KS1 and KS2 took part in intra-school competition during our School Games Day. This meant that the children were able to participate in multi-skills activities and competitive sport and the Year 6 children were involved in running and leading the day.
We continued to offer children school sports clubs, from Year 1 onwards. This year we have offered: gymnastics, netball for Year 6 and football for Years 1-3 and Years 4-6.
Specialist sports coaches
Specialist PE coaches have been working alongside our midday supervisors and play leaders to promote active lunchtimes twice a week.
We purchased new sports equipment to improve our curriculum and levels of physical activity in lessons and to promote healthy and active lunchtimes.
The impact of this year's Sport Premium has been:
Through training, teachers' confidence in planning and teaching PE lessons has improved as evidenced through PE observations and staff feedback. Two staff received a Level 3 PE qualification.
Children have taken part in inter-school competition through the School Games initiative and through the Bexley support package.
Children have been given the opportunity to play competitive and non-competitive games at lunchtime and have had a range of activities to choose from. Play leaders from Years 5 and 6 have developed their leadership skills and run these activities.
New equipment will continue to help to inspire children and promote a love of PE, sport and a healthy lifestyle.
Planned spend of sports premium 2018/19
Please click here to see the planned spend for 2018/19.
Impacts of previous sports premium spending
Please click here to see the impact plan for 2017/18.
Please click here to see the impact that the sports premium has had for 2016/17.