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Sports Premium 2016-2017

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Sport Premium 2015-16

Due to the funding we have received we have been able to do all of these things and continue to enhance the sports provisions year on year. We have been able to provide specialist coaching for all year groups in a range of sports, many the children had not been able to access previously (Rugby Union, Football, Gymnastics, Fencing, Hula Hooping, Dance, Tennis etc.) . This has also given fantastic CPD opportunities to staff equipping them for future lessons.

Now that we have funding to help with transport, children across the school have been able to access many competitions such as the dance festival, The athletics festival, Cross country events, Netball tournaments and the KS2 Tag rugby tournament,.

With an emphasis on competition in sport we have developed our sports teams in Netball, Football and Athletics and have been able to purchase new equipment to enhance the after school clubs and new strips for the teams involved.

We have also introduced new sports into after school clubs and equipment has been purchased to support PE and improve Physical Literacy across the school.

To enhance sport at play time and lunch time we have purchased new outdoor equipment and recruited young sports ambassadors to lead lunch time sports clubs.

  • Provide our pupils with even more new sporting opportunities
  • Invest in our local School Sports Partnership so we can access new local initiatives as well as more resources, sports and competitions.
  • Widen the choice of sports across the school by bringing in specialist coaches to PE lessons and after school clubs.
  • Ensure that professional development opportunities continue for all staff.
  • Purchase new equipment to further improve our sports lessons and after school clubs across school.
  • Monitor how pupils are benefiting from Sports Premium through improved tracking and pupil questionnaires.
  • Pay for transport to allow all children to take part in sporting competitions and events as well as the school sports teams.
  • Further invest in our outdoor adventure activities by purchasing additional equipment for our playground, which will also provide further opportunities for children to lead an active lifestyle.

Sports Premium – update for 2014-2015

Since PE Sports Premium was introduced by the government in April 2013, we have used our funding to improve our Physical Education, Physical Activity and School Sport (PEPASS) provision at Clover Hill Primary School.

Thanks to the funding we received, we successfully met our targets as mentioned above. We have had new sports coaches come to our school, took part in local sporting events and our Upper KS2 children have been able to attend the Tag Rugby tournament for two consecutive years, now we have been able to fund transport for this. We have also introduced new sports into after school clubs and equipment has been purchased to support PE and improve Physical Literacy across the school.

These successes lead us ever closer to our goal of achievement, excellence and aspiration, in both sport and life, for all our children. Our vision is to see all our young people having the opportunity to experience high quality PEPASS, leading to lifelong partcipation in sport and a healthy, active lifestyle.

Going forward, we intend to expand on our 7 core aims, in order to enrich sporting opportunities for our children at Clover Hill Primary School. We will use the next installment of PE Sports Premium funding to:

  • Provide new sporting opportunities to our pupils.
  • Purchase new equipment to support and improve PE lessons and after school clubs.
  • Invest in our local School Sports Partnership so we can access new local initiatives as well as more resources, sports and competitions.
  • Monitor how pupils are benefiting from Sports Premium through improved tracking and pupil questionnaires.
  • Increase the continued professional development of our staff.
  • Bring in additional specialist coaches, to broaden the choice of sports available.
  • Pay for transport to get our children to new tournaments and competitions that we could not fund prior to the new government funding.
  • Further invest in our outdoor adventure activities by purchasing additional equipment for our playground, which will also provide further opportunities for children to lead an active lifestyle.

Sport Premium 2013-2014

Clover Hill Primary School – PE Premium (Sport Funding for Schools).

In April 2013, the government announced new funding of £150 million for physical education and sport across all state-funded schools. The funding set aside for Clover Hill Primary School (approx. £8-9k) is to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision. This means we cannot spend it on PE and sport activities that we have done before.

From September 2013, Ofsted inspectors will assess and report on how effectively this new funding is being used to improve PE and sport provision. Inspectors may review the details of our PE and sport provision on our school website prior to an inspection as well as asking for evidence when arriving on the school premises. This could be in the form of asking children in classes about PE, looking at the after-school sports clubs on offer as well as speaking with governors to assess the impact of additional funding on improving the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision.

At Clover Hill, we will use the funding to:

  • Invest in our local School Sports Partnership by upgrading to ‘Platinum’ cover. This means we can access more resources, sports and competitions than ever before.
  • Provide additional sporting opportunities to those provided so far.
  • Invest in the latest PE Planning resources to provide staff with a reliable source of continued professional development.
  • Purchase equipment to support and improve initiatives such as our Athletics/Cross-Country Club and Football Team.
  • Request additional sports coaches in school to increase the sports provision that we could not fund prior to the new government funding.
  • Pay for transport to get our children to tournaments and competitions that we could not fund prior to the new government funding.
  • Invest in our outdoor adventure activities by purchasing additional equipment for our playground, which will also provide further opportunities for children to lead an active lifestyle.

Our school is committed to increasing the physical activity of all of our children. The funding will help us to raise the profile of PE at Clover Hill. It is important that we promote a healthy lifestyle and support our children to go far and achieve in sport. The government funding is secured for just two academic years and so investing wisely now is the way Clover Hill will ensure the long-term future of sport at our school.

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