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Stockwell Primary

Stockwell Primary

Sports Premium

PE and Sport Grant allocation and how we use it.

In 2014 the government announced that it was providing additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. 

In Stockwell Primary School for 2014-15 our grant was £9,500. The figures for 2015 is £9,500

 At Stockwell Primary School we believe that P.E. and school sport contribute to the all round development of our children and through participation, our children build and learn about our key values such as respect, co-operation, team work, perseverance, focus and respect for oneself and others.

We use our sport premium funding to;

  • provide specialist sports coaching and tuition during curriculum time
  • provide professional development opportunities for teachers and teaching assistants enabling quality teaching and learning in PE for all children
  • provide a specialist play leader/coaches to run lunch-time active play opportunities to develop healthy life styles in (PESS) Physical Education School Sport
  • provide high quality equipment and resources for sports, PE and lunch time play.

Different clubs are provided at different times of the year and for different age groups so as to provide variety and to extend access.

At Stockwell Primary School the clubs we provide include hockey, basketball, tag rugby, handball, tennis, gymnastics, football, multi-sports, cricket, volleyball, netball and yoga. 

All staff receive training to ensure that they are or will be supported to be able to teach PE to a high standard.

Our overall aims are to provide higher quality PE opportunities for all both in curriculum and out of hour provisions; improve learning and raise standards in P.E and sport; increase participation offered to our children, offer regular opportunities to participate in competitions and to make high quality teaching of PE and sport sustainable.

Sports Premium Spend 2014/2015

Area of Focus Evidence Action Plan Effective Use of the Funding Funding Breakdown Impact

Curriculum

Schools own data/registers     Review the quality of our curriculum  Improving Staff professional learning to upskill Teachers and Teaching Assistants £3000 Teachers received weekly professional development with P.E specialists from Moving Matters. Teachers received feedback and targets to further the quality of the delivery of P.E in schools inset with Moving Matters
           
Extra -Curricular After school registers    Employing specialist teacher of Physical Education for after school and lunch time activities £3500 Children who are Gifted andTalented attend after school clubs with expert coaches to continue to accelerate their progress in Gymnastics Club/Athletics Club/Hockey Club
           
Athletics Resources Shed    Purchasing the following equipment to enhance Athletics - Javelins, Sacks, Egg and Spoons, Relay Batons, Long Jump, Bean Bags and Basketballs £1500 Resources used during lunch time and athletics after school club to enhance athletics. Resources used in summer term and during Sports week/Sports Relief and Sports Day