What is Sport Premium?

The funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – is allocated to primary school headteachers. The funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

On 6th February 2014 the Prime Minister, David Cameron committed to contunue the funding for the Primary PE & Sport Premium until 2020.

Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

This year – 2017-18 – we plan to use the Sports Premium allocation to:

  • Develop the newly formed sport council (pupils and adults) to develop a wider range of PE lessons led by the sport coaches in KS2
  • Implement a milestone scheme with new rewards for completing the Marton Mile more regularly
  • Continue the momentum started by Mintridge Sporting Ambassadors and link up with local Sports Clubs
  • Support the Sport Council to introduce new range of sports in PE lessons and before / after school clubs
  • Extend the specialist gymnastics provision to 6 lessons with a display for parents –live or videoed and played in assembly / on Twitter
  • Develop joint ‘inter academy trust’ opportunities / competitions

 

SPORT PREMIUM IMPACT REPORT

2016/17

We are committed to providing high quality PE and Sport provision for all pupils.

The Grant has enabled the school to:

  • Develop a gymnastics programme for all pupils
  • Raise sporting aspiration
  • Provide new sporting experiences
  • Sustain wellbeing and healthy lifestyles through extra-curricular opportunities
Key priorities to date Key achievements/What worked well Key Learning/What will change next year
Provide professional development in delivering high quality PE lessons and sustain the ‘Marton Mile’ challenge

 

Teachers working alongside sport coaches to deliver high energy PE sessions developing striking, fielding, catching and stamina skills.

All pupils have continued to participate in the Marton Mile collecting points for their house.

Develop the newly formed sport council (pupils and adults) to develop a wider range of PE lessons led by the sport coaches in KS2.

Implement a milestone scheme with new rewards for completing the Marton Mile more regularly.

Raise sporting aspiration with a visit from a leading sportsperson and involve local sport coaches in our school

 

Began Mintridge Programme in January 2017 bringing Jade Windley into school followed by Channel 4 sports reporter and Wheelchair basketball player, Jordan Jarrett-Bryan Continue the momentum started by Mintridge Sporting Ambassadors and link up with local Sports Clubs
Provide new sporting experiences through expert visits

 

Wheelchair Basket Ball day Sport Council to introduce new range of sports in PE lessons and before / after school clubs
Ensure every pupil has gymnastic coaching at a purpose built gym led by expert qualified coaches

 

All pupils participated in 4 teaching sessions at Witham Hill Gymnastics Club

CPD for accompanying staff.

Extend the provision to 6 lessons with a display for parents –live or videoed and played in assembly / on Twitter
Ensure pupil participation in a range of sport within their own school and with other schools

 

This year: house tournaments, climbing wall day, cricket & football tournament, sports festival, Cross country races Developing joint opportunities through the trust.

More sport to be facilitated by the newly formed Sport Council.

Employ a Health Mentor to support children with healthy lifestyles, learning behaviours and running after-school sports clubs Support for pupil wellbeing, development of motor skills and opportunities for mentoring. This didn’t have the intended impact. Instead we are developing healthy mindsets and mentors through the new sport leaders of the Sport council.

 

Other Sporting Achievements

86% pupils could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they primary school.

67% pupils could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left our primary school at the end of the academic year.

66% pupils participated in before / after school sporting activities.

In – 2015-16 – we received a Sports Premium of £8’593.

Funding Area to Develop Impact / Outcome
Sports Kits Sporting Aspiration Improved aspiration and sporting values.
Healthy Breakfast Club Healthy Lifestyle Breakfast Club with sport sessions led by a qualified coach.
Centurion Partnership Introduce a range of sporting activities with partner schools Cross Country Competition

Sports Festival  – exposure to 5 different sporting activities.

Tournaments.

Specialist Coaching and Dance Teaching Sports Clubs
Dance Club / tuition
The Cricket Club won the Gainsborough Tournament and the Small Schools Tournament
Staff Training Professional Skills and development of staff Improved PE lessons
Introduction of the ‘Marton Mile’ challenge
Mobile Climbing Wall Experience Wider Sporting Opportunities Gross motor skills, confidence building.
Trim Trail Motor skills, agility and balance Gross motor skills and coordination.  Improved playtimes.
Equipment New balls and playground equipment Improved playtime and sports experience.
Range of provision.
Improved balance and coordination.
Development of Unihoc and tennis
Transport Wider Sporting opportunities Attendance at sports events and sports festival.

In – 2014-15 – we received a Sports Premium of £8’445. Click each link below to view some of our outcomes.

Funding Area to Develop Impact / Outcome
Everyone Active – GB athlete Amy Grocock inspirational presentation and PE fitness sessions Sporting Aspiration Improved aspiration and sporting values.
Healthy Duathlon Breakfast Club Healthy Lifestyle Free offer to all pupils for healthy breakfast club for Term 1 and 2 – 2 days a week.

Initial offer has developed into daily Breakfast Club with sport sessions.

Centurion Partnership Introduce a range of sporting activities with partner schools Cross Country Competition

Sports Festival  – exposure to 5 different sporting activities.

Tournaments.

Specialist Dance Teaching Dance Teaching Improved coordination, strength, posture and flexibility.
Mobile Climbing Wall Experience Wider Sporting Opportunities Gross motor skills, confidence building.
Trim Trail Minor Repairs Gross motor skills and coordination.  Improved playtimes.
Equipment New balls and playground equipment
New balance beam for Foundation Stage pupils
Improved playtime and sports experience.
Range of provision.
Improved balance and coordination
Transport Wider Sporting opportunities Attendance at sports events.

 

In 2013-14 we received a Sports Premium of £8’420. Click each link below to view some of our outcomes.

  • We have worked in partnership with local schools to deliver a Sports Festival and provide tournaments
  • We have deployed specialist dance tuition for all foundation stage and key stage 1 pupils
  • We have provided the opportunity for dance tuition after school for pupils in Key Stage 2
  • We have deployed a specialist coach to deliver lessons in Tri-Golf
  • We have invested in new sports equipment