PE & Sport Premium Grant Outcomes
Sport Premium 2018 – 2019
Targeted Sport Premium for the academic year September 2018 to July 2019
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:
Opportunities for children directly
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
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
Sports Funding £9,250 Grand Total
Difference between expenditure and Grant Grand Total £9,325 (overspend £55)
24/45 (53%) of our current year 6 cohort are able to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of 25 Metres. They can use a range of strokes effectively and perfom safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.