PE Premium

Background

The PE and sport premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.

The UK Government has committed spending over £450 million on this funding over the 3 academic years 2013 to 2014, 2014 to 2015 and 2015 to 2016. Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £8,000 and an additional payment of £5 per pupil.

This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

Further details can be found at the Department for Education website, https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pe-and-sport-premium-for-primary-schools

2015-16

For this academic year, Ark Swift will receive £9 495. We plan to use this funding to contribute to our sports and PE provision as listed below:

    

 

Activity Why? Cost Outcomes expected Impact (to be completed July 2016)
Purchase school Minibuses and ensure can be well utilised Increase the school’s ability to attend sporting fixtures in a cost-effective manner. Increase levels of participation.

Initial purchase: £1392.55

 

Running costs:

£3120

 

Training for staff

£5460

  • Greater flexibility for taking part in competitive events.
  • Able to travel further for competitive events.
 
QPR sports coach’s Provide a wide range of after school sports enrichment: 4 sessions a week Yr2-5

£5460

  • Specific sports coaching provided for wide range of pupils
  • Increased percentage of school population engaging in sports enrichment
 
After school additional provision 2 x TAs to deliver football across KS2 and additional sports activities for reception aged children. 3 sessions per week.

£1599

  • Specific sports coaching provided for wide range of pupils
  • Increased percentage of school population engaging in sports enrichment
 

Total expenditure of £17, 031.55

 
           

 

2014-15

    

For this academic year, Ark Swift received £9 555. This funding was used to improve sports and PE through the activities below. The total cost listed below is in excess of the PE premium and was paid for from other school funding.

 

 

Activity Why? Cost Outcomes expected Impact
Employ sports coach’s to develop Positive Play Ensure all pupils take part in high quality sports/PE style activities at lunch times.

£20525

  • Positive play established across Years 2-6
  • Staff trained by coach’s
  • Pupils more active at lunch
  • The range of sporting activities increase at lunch
Positive play has been established and ensures more dynamic sporting activity at lunch. Staff are now able to run the sessions themselves after cascade training from the sports coach’s. All pupils take part daily.
QPR football coach’s Provide a wide range of after school sports enrichment

£6825

  • After school provision provided for Key Stage 2 (football)
  • After school provision provided for Key Stage 1 (Multi-Skills)
After school clubs were provided 4 times a week across all age groups with an average attendance of 20 pupils per group.
After school additional provision 2 x TAs to deliver football across KS2 and additional sports activities for reception aged children. 3 sessions per week.

£1465

  • Specific sports coaching provided for wide range of pupils
  • Increased percentage of school population engaging in sports enrichment
After school clubs were provided 3 times a week across all age groups with an average attendance of 22 pupils per group.

Total expenditure of £28, 815