The "School Sport Premium" is funding allocated to all maintained and state-funded schools educating primary phase pupils. The main objective of the funding is to improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision within schools.

Schools are free to determine how best to use this funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision. The funding was introduced in September 2013 and a review of its impact is undertaken at the end of each academic year.

Amount Received  – Academic Year 2015/16 - £9,958

How we spent the grant -

Action

 

Summary

 

Impact

Membership of WSSA

 

Subscription to WSSA enables us to take part in all of the events and competitions that are organised for Worthing Schools. This includes School Games events. It also enables us to access high quality PE training.

 

Participation in WSSA competitions, involving children across KS1 And KS2 and CPD for staff including NQT Training and PE Refresh for more experienced staff.

New Equipment and Resources for EYFS/KS1

 

As a new primary school specific equipment and storage needs to be brought to implement high quality EYFS/KS1 PE lessons.

 

Pupils had access to appropriate equipment for their age and ability in PE lessons. PE planning could be followed and progress made.

Sports Teaching Assistant 

 

1 x Sports Teaching assistant employed. Support with curriculum PE lessons and Extra-Curricular Sports Clubs and Competitions. 

 

 Sports Teaching Assistant added valuable assistance to teachers and pupils during a number of PE lessons throughout the year. He also supported with all extra-curricular sport, competitions and KS2 residential.

Equipment Replacement 

 

Replacing any unsafe or damaged PE equipment to ensure everything needed to deliver high quality PE lessons is available. 

 

Gymnastics equipment was replaced to ensure safety of children in PE lessons. Rolling programme of equipment replacement is ongoing to ensure children have high quality equipment to utilise in both lessons and extra-curricular activities.

Part Funding KS1/KS2 Swimming Lessons 

 

Part Funding KS1/KS2 Swimming Lessons

 

 Children learn to swim as part of the national curriculum expectations. Pupils are not disadvantaged by an inability to pay.

Estimated Amount to Receive – Academic Year 2016/17 - £10,245

How we are planning on spending the grant -

Action

 

Summary

 

Impact

Membership of WSSA

 

Subscription to WSSA enables us to take part in all of the events and competitions that are organised for Worthing Schools. This includes School Games events. It also enables us to access high quality PE training.

 

Participation in WSSA competitions, involving children across KS1 And KS2 and CPD for staff including NQT Training and PE Refresh for more experienced staff.

PE Apprentice

 

1 x PE apprentice employed. Support with curriculum PE lessons and Extra-Curricular Sports Clubs and Competitions. 

 

PE Apprentice added valuable assistance to teachers and pupils during a number of PE lessons throughout the year. He also supported with all extra-curricular sport, competitions and KS2 residential.  

Equipment Replacement 

 

Replacing any unsafe or damaged PE equipment to ensure everything needed to deliver high quality PE lessons is available. 

 

Gymnastics equipment was replaced to ensure safety of children in PE lessons. Rolling programme of equipment replacement is ongoing to ensure children have high quality equipment to utilise in both lessons and extra-curricular activities.

Long Jump Pit Reinstallation

 

Long Jump pit needs reinstalling as it has fallen into disrepair. It is an event at the WSSA Athletics and forms part of summer athletics curriculum.

 

Quotes obtained and will be installed August 2017

Football Goals

 

Due to a number of reasons (foxes, weather and wear and tear) we need to replace our football goals with something more sturdy and long term. Ideally these will be mobile to make greatest use of the school field.

 

Suitable goals sourced, costed and purchased. All football clubs for all year groups can now cater for a larger number of pupils.

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