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Tuesday 26th September at 1.30pm   |   Thursday 5th October at 9.30am
Thursday 9th November at 2.15pm   |   Thursday 7th December at 9.30am

Sport Premium Grant Outcomes

Update of Impact (15-16) and Future Provision (16-17)

All primary schools in England are provided with an amount of money which must be spent on Sport in school. Whilst the money itself is ‘ring fenced’; the specifics of what sporting activities are funded is not.

I am committed to ensuring that not only is this funding used to affect all children in our school, but that it is also used in a sustainable fashion which will secure high quality sport after the funding ceases. The impact of the sport premium expenditure will be measured and reported to governors annually along with our pupil premium expenditure report.

The provision of high quality sporting experiences can be secured through 2 main pathways:

  1. Opportunities for children directly
  2. Opportunities for children indirectly through development and training of staff

Aligning our school’s use of the Sport Premium to these pathways will therefore be non- negotiable. Quite simply if it does not have an impact on children (directly or indirectly) then the expenditure will not be deemed justified.

Our Sport Premium grant for the financial year 15-16 was £9,250, with £9,270 for financial year 16-17.

Opportunities for Children DIRECTLY in 2016- 2017

FROM JUNE 2016 COST IMPACT BY JUNE 2017
After School Sporting £1,000 total  

Continuation of After School specialised clubs (Football and Karate.)

Heavily subsided fee to increase ‘value’ of attending child keeping costs at a minimum for families.

Broader range of sporting opportunities explored and delivered either from coaches or teaching staff.

Competitive sport and tournament opportunities undertaken.

£1 per week contribution from families for MK Springers or Football with a projected £1,000 deficit covered by the grant.

Approximately 90 children will be accessing extended sport school provision.

Talented children will be targeted for places in a school football team.

CH representation at interschool competitions in football, handball and netball.

CH will submit dancers for 3rd year in the Strictly MK Dance Competition.

Visits to Caldecotte Lake for outdoor adventure opportunities.

Transport to and from competitions.

£500

Children have the chance to experience inter school events and develop skills of teamwork and sportsmanship.

In School Sporting/ General Equipment £6,270  

Week dedicated to the Olympics where children will be exposed to sporting opportunities from specialist coaches.

Equipment purchased to assist in Athletic and team game lessons. Aeroballs, netball nets, handball team kit, foam javelins and Electric compressor pump.

 

Children would have access to sports that they would not normally be available to them.

To improve the provision of PE at Cold Harbour.

Broaden the sporting opportunities.

To raise the profile of sport and physical activity and links to healthy life styles.

School in a handball league taking part in competitive sport.

Development Training for Staff £1,500  

PE leader supported externally by the School’s Sport Partnership link tutor.

PE leader will write a new PE policy.

Sports coach will model sport literacy ad coaching ideas to members of teaching staff.

Annual programme of CPD for leader and staff.

Sport festival opportunities.

CPD will be able PE leader to understand the role and identify strategies for improving provision from 2016 onwards.

A new PE policy will be in place by May half term written by the PE leader.

  Sports Funding £9,270  
Difference between expenditure and Grant Grand Total £9,270 (overspend £0)  

Opportunities for Children DIRECTLY in 2015- 2016

Our table of intentions for Year 1 of the cycle has been reviewed below: unsuccessful, partially successful and fully successful

FROM JUNE 2015 COST IMPACT BY JUNE 2016
After School Sporting £4,500 total  

Continuation of After School specialised clubs (Basketball, Football and Karate, Multisports).

Heavily subsided fee to increase ‘value’ of attending child keeping costs at a minimum for families.

Broader range of sporting opportunities explored and delivered either from coaches or teaching staff.

Competitive sport and tournament opportunities undertaken.

Holiday sports club provision by sports coach.

£1 per week contribution from families for football or dance, with a projected £1,000 deficit covered by the grant.

Multi sports coaching 1 session per week after school £1000

Holiday sports club provision (4 weeks total) £2500

Approximately 90 children will be accessing extended sport school provision.

Talented children will be targeted for places in a school football team.

CH representation at interschool competitions will increase to a least 1 per team.

CH will submit dancers for 3rd year in the Strictly MK Dance Competition.

Upkeep of Sporting Facilities £550  

Pitch marking on school field.

Equipment maintenance.

Additional requirements to contract £500.

Maintenance of indoor and outdoor apparatus £50.

Ability for children to be taught outdoor sports using the correct markings and pitches.

Ability for children to develop gymnastic ability on apparatus.

Transport to Competitions £500  

Provision of transport to competition from June 2016.

 

Children have the chance to experience inter school events and develop skills of teamwork and sportsmanship.

Specialist Sport Coach £2,000  

Week dedicated to the Olympics where children will be exposed to sporting opportunities from specialist coaches.

Equipment purchased to assist in Athletic and team game lessons.

Annual programme of CPD for leader and staff.

Sport festival opportunities.

Consistent exemplary standard of sport awareness and expectations.

Children are encouraged to value themselves as team players and sportsmen.

Staff will develop greater confidence in delivering a wider range if PE opportunities and skills outside of school.

In School Sporting/ General Equipment £2,000  

Week dedicated to the Olympics where children will be exposed to sporting opportunities from specialist coaches.

Equipment purchased to assist in Athletic and team game lessons.

£500 for Olympics week.

£1,500 for sport equipment.

Children would have access to sports that they would not normally be available to them.

To improve the provision of PE at Cold Harbour

Broaden the sporting opportunities.

To raise the profile of sport and physical activity and links to healthy life styles.

Development Training for Staff £1,500  

Relatively newly appointed PE leader supported externally by the School’s Sport Partnership link tutor.

Sports coach will model sport literacy ad coaching ideas to members of teaching staff.

Staff training scheduled to Staff meeting calendar as directly linked to skills gaps identified in the autumn audit.

Annual programme of CPD for leader and staff.

Sport festival opportunities.

CPD will be able PE leader to understand the role and identify velar strategy for improving provision from 2015 onwards.

‘PE Literacy’ focus will be evident in lesson delivery and staff training.

Staff training audit will show clear progression between autumn baseline and outcomes.

  Sports Funding £9,250 Grand Total  
Difference between expenditure and Grant Grand Total £9,325 (overspend £55)