PE and School Sport Premium Funding
At St Loys we recognise that all young people should have the opportunity to live healthy and active lives. A positive experience in a broad range of sport and physical activity can build a lifetime habit of participation with numerous benefits to physical and mental well being and children’s emotional development.
We also acknowledge that a broad, balanced, high quality curriculum with access to daily and extra-curricular activities has a positive impact on concentration, attitude and achievement.
What is the Sports Premium?
Since September 2013 the Government has provided annual funding for schools to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of Physical Education, Sport and Physical Activity (PESPA) offered. The funding is designed to develop or add to the PEPSA activities schools already offer, in addition, to building capacity and capability within the school ensuring that improvements made are a lasting legacy benefitting pupils joining in future years.
Our use of the funding to date has included:
PE and Sport Premium Plan 2019/20
We expect to receive £16,000 for the academic year (2019/20). We can utilise this money for developing the range of extra-curricular sports clubs and professional coaching we offer, to purchase sports equipment and to incentivise pupil participation in competitive games and daily initiatives.
We aim to provide a broader range of extra-curricular sporting clubs and coaching and to continue to develop staff CPD opportunities by working alongside our Chenderit School Sports partners. In addition to this, we plan to initiate opportunities for more daily activities and regular ‘healthy week’ initiatives.
You can view the full Sports Premium plan here.
We will also endeavour to carry forward any monies not utilised because of Coronavirus to assess children’s emotional and mental well-being, and plan to utilise funding to respond to identified need, eg. yoga/mindfulness activities or clubs.
|Key achievements to date 2018/19||Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need|
|New playground equipment/resources purchased (school council) in support of active playtime and lunch breaks.|
Continued links with Chenderit Sports Lead Teacher who delivered sessions for UKS1 and KS2 covering Cricket and sports games skills.
Teaching Sports skills training CPD for teachers and support staff.
Participation and achievement at Cluster Sports events.
Secret Garden run Yoga lunchtime club.
|CPD opportunities for all staff with particular focus for enhancing Support Staff skills and confidence in supporting PE lessons.|
Development of whole school ‘healthy living’ initiatives and dai
PE lesson visits to evidence impact and assess future need.
Evaluate gaps in resourcing eg. athletics equipment for use indoors; gymnastics equipment.
Assess mental & health wellbeing needs to inform provision of extra-curricular clubs/lunchtime clubs eg. mindfulness, yoga.
In 2018/2019, 93% of Year 6 children could swim at least 25 metres.
In March 2020, our Year 6 children completed their swimming lessons successfully with 75% able to swim at least 25 metres. 100% of Year 6 children could perform self rescue.
PE and Sport Premium Plan 2018/19
Total expected to receive into school 2018/19: £16,000.00
|To maintain an increased participation in after school sport clubs in school and at Chenderit.||Provide funding for Sports leader- organising after school sport at the secondary school and in-house training for staff to continue to improve standard of PE provision at St Loys.|
To provide mini bus transfer from school to Chenderit for afterschool sporting events
|Tamsin Knight( PE teacher at Chenderit School||£995||For 70% of children to continue to take part in after school sports clubs at school due to greater affordability and range.|
|To provide a gymnastics/ yoga and dance club after school ensuring increased participation in sports clubs by pupils at school||Employ trained coaches to provide quality participation in a variety of sports.||Secret Garden Gym club provider||£3500||For 70% of children to continue to take part in after school sports clubs at school due to greater affordability and range.|
|To provide greater opportunities for active play during breaks.||Continue to employ a lunch time play coordinator to develop the role of young sports leaders who will teach and encourage participation in lunch time play/ sport style activities.|
Provide relevant equipment necessary to improve activities offered.
|Lunch time super visor||£3000|
|All children are participating in aerobic activities every day.|
|To replace Morning wrap around care club with a sports club to improve access/ opportunities for active participation/ sports access||Employ Pacesetters to run Morning Club, providing an alternative sporting activity every morning||Pacesetters||£8,000||100% increase in sporting activity for children attending morning club. All pupils attending Morning club participate in 30 minutes of sporting activity per day.|