Sports Premium Grant

The government has provided additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools (the Olympic Legacy). This funding, provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, has been allocated to primary schools.  This funding, known as the Sports Premium Grant, is ring-fenced and therefore schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but have been given the freedom to choose how they allocate the funding.

Sports Premium Grant Spending Plan 2017 to  2018

The staff at Elvington CE Primary have decided to spend the allocation of funding as follows:

  • To increase teacher confidence in delivering high quality PE in order to strengthen teaching and learning across school.
  • Support, enthuse and engage all children in physical activities
  • Pay for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport
  • Increase pupil participation in sport and physical activity
  • After school sports club provision
  • Increase opportunities for inter-school competition
  • Improve resources to support the delivery of physical education

We ensure that improvements made are sustained and sustainable by; taking and teaching children to take good care of purchased resources; continuously building on our long term productive working relationships with sporting organisations such as Jorvik SP and York City Knights and by sharing among staff new skills, knowledge and resources from CPD through staff meetings and training. The impact of the grant on our pupils is reviewed annually.

Sports Premium is funded in financial years; whereas school planning is based on academic years. It is anticipated that a broadly similar grant will be allocated in the next few years.

Sports Premium Expected Grant Income:

In 2017-2018 schools with 17 or more eligible pupils will receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil therefore we anticipate that we will receive funding of £17,150 for the academic year 2017-18.

Sports Premium Grant  Expenditure:

Activity Details Cost Expected Impact Evaluation
YSSN Package-Element 1 and 2 Support provided from Jorvik Sports Partnership which includes:

-Sports coach in school (mentoring & supporting staff)

-Access to sports competitions

-Membership of Quality active mark scheme

-After school clubs

-Lunchtime clubs

-Playground leaders

£2,750

£273

Pupils have access to playground leaders, coaching and competitions. Coaching includes; OAA, gymnastics, games skills. All children had access to coaching in variety sports. Access to competitions;

Festivals attended; tag rugby, sports hall athletics, cricket, hockey, cross country, skipping

Playground markings New markings-play

Netball court

Games signage

£3,404 Children encouraged to be more active at play/lunchtimes. Playground leaders trained in using them Used by children at play/lunch times. Play leaders use at lunchtime. Staff encouraged to use them in P.E lessons and curriculum time.
Football –after school provision & membership of league Membership of York school’s league

 

After school provision; ks1/2

£50

 

 

£350×2

Team played matches, all enjoyed competition.

Pupils had access to coaching from All stars

Matches played-success in competitive situation. Winners of small schools  league
Premier Sports After Schools Sessions Gym clubs-KS1,KS2 throughout year-well attended, children represent school at gymnastic competition.

Multi skills club-Ks1/2

Netball club-KS2 & competition

Tri Golf-Ks2/1 & competition

Hockey-Ks2 & competition

£1,215 Children enjoy these clubs-Pupil attainment & enthusiasm increased. Access to high quality teaching. Possibility of entering inter- school competitions Attendance increase-wider range of children accessed these.
lunch time stay active Targeted pupils lunch time support Premier sport £240

£360

£360

Pupils targeted who are less active or require social intervention Enjoyment, staff notice friendships groups enhanced, children more motivated to take part in after school provision.
After school tennis club-Matt Ward KS2 club summer term £280 Pupils have access to coaching, skills increased. Pupils attending gained valuable skills. Links to community clubs increased.
Breakfast club provision-golf etc-Premier £35/session Not used  
After school cricket club-Yorks Chance to shine Ks2 club summer term £442 Children & staff have access to high quality coaching. Community club links increased. Teacher skill base increased which had impact on teaching standard.
City Knights after school Rugby club

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After school club ks2-autumn term £558

£442

Children enjoy these clubs-Pupil attainment & enthusiasm increased. Access to high quality teaching. Tag Rugby festival entered. Skill and motivation increase. Teachers skill base widened to enhance teaching skills.
Resources Replenish and update general PE resources

Play time leaders equipment

Shin pads

 

£273 We have a wide range of equipment that raises the profile of PE/Physical exercise. We update & replace regularly so the children have access to high quality resources. Shin pads available & required-hockey/football training safer

Netball posts used in after school club/lesson time.

Play leaders equipment used daily, children engaged/motivated.

Staff training, year two Skipping school-Chris Corcoran-Cluster Y2 initiative, playleaders £200 Skill base increase. Games to share to increase activity. Less active children motivated. Staff enthused, new skills learnt that can be transferred to pupils. Increased break time activity-pupils engaged.
Playground leaders/active children Skipping Workshop

 

£200 Fitness, active children. Classes have boxes of ropes to use within curriculum time. Children enthused, ropes used at playtimes/free times.
Jazz Hands-dance club Coaching £60/hour

Total=£2160

Term1 £720

Term2 £660

Term3 £780

Access to high quality teaching. Children enthused, a popular club. PP child attends increased self esteem.
Curriculum enhancement-

Dance

 

Ks1/Ks2 dance workshops

Jazz Hands

Brazil Carnival KS2

 

2x £180= £360

£365

 

Topic launch-enthuse & interest children. Skill increase, motivation increase. Children enthused and teachers see dance teaching modelled.

 

Tennis Matt Ward summer half term 5x£80 Access to high quality teaching. Increased skill. Teacher skill developed. Skill base increase, link to local club. Teachers observe different coaching style.
Golf taster y3/4

 

Fulford Golf Club link

 

Free

 

Skill base increase

Community club interest/link

Children aware of alternative sports.
Karate whole school taster York Karate club link Free

 

Skill base increase

Community club interest/link

Show casing of individual sports. Contact sport-respect.
City knights-skate Park Sports week £500 Children enthused, access to different sports. Pupils able to access a different sport. Possibility of engaging les active children.
Golf Taster Fulford Golf Club Free Children enthused, access to different sports. Pupils able to access a different sport. Possibility of engaging les active children.
Judo Taster York Judo club Free Children enthused, access to different sports. Pupils able to access a different sport. Possibility of engaging less active children.
Premier sports day Sports week- Ks1 Golf £500 Children enthused, access to different sports. Pupils able to access a different sport. Possibility of engaging less active children.

Skill base increase-staff/children.

Sports week Dance KS1 dance –Jazz Hands £180 Access to high quality teaching. All enthused, less competitive children engaged & motivated.
Sports conference NG to attend ½ day supply Updates and information Update staff in latest news, curriculum info’
Outdoor Adventurous Ks1/EYFS Woodland adventure Subsidise trip

Total TBC

Pupils have access to high quality outdoor activities All enthused, children engaged & motivated. Social & motor skills consolidated/improved.

 

Total expenditure/allocated budget to date for the academic year 2017-2018 is £16,212 – this is a working document that is updated throughout the year, last revised in June 2018.


Sports Premium 2016 – 2017

Sports Premium is funded in financial years; whereas school planning is based on academic years.  In 2016-2017 schools with 17 or more eligible pupils received £8,000 and an additional payment of £5 per pupil therefore we anticipated funding of £8740 for the academic year 2016-17. Details are shown below of hos the funding was spent and the impact that it had.

Activity Details cost Expected Impact Evaluation
YSSN Package Support provided from Jorvik Sports Partnership which includes:

– Sports coach in school (mentoring & supporting staff)

– Access to sports competitions

– Membership of Phunky Foods

– Membership of Quality active mark scheme

– After school clubs

– Lunchtime clubs

– Playground leaders

£3023 Children regularly attend a variety of inter school competitions

Staff support aids professional development & enhances learning provision.

Children have access to schemes such as playground leaders (y5), healthy lifestyle choices

Jorvik sports support has been good and all children have participated.
Opportunities for children to participate in competitions has occurred; cross country, gymnastics,netball, football, golf.
Phunky Foods membership has been declined.
Playtime leaders training carried out but this need more formalising.
We obtained a silver mark in the Sainsbury’s games award.
Premier Sports After Schools Sessions Gym clubs-KS1,KS2 throughout year-well attended, children represent school at gymnastic competition.

Multi skills club-Ks1/2

£4,005

(this was not spent and has now been allocated for playground marking)

Children enjoy these clubs-gymnastic profile raised-pupils have access to high quality teaching Continues to be popular- 3 teams attended gymnastic competition.
Resources Replenish and update general PE resources

Play time leaders equipment

£300 We have a wide range of equipment that raises the profile of PE/Physical exercise More play time leaders equipment has been bought-but this needs more formal support for it to be utilised correctly.
York City Knights coaching Coaching session (sports week) £300 Children enthused, teachers’ skill base increased, children represented school at Tag Rugby festival Rugby coaching was a success and the children participated in a Tag rugby competition.
York City Football Club Session Sports Week £400 Children enthused, teachers’ skill base increased, All enjoyed, football continues to be a positive feature of Elvington CE Primary.
Rockit climbing Wall Sports week £500 Children had opportunity to experience a different type of sport. Children enjoyed this with the addition of an archery activity.

Total expenditure for the academic year 2016-17 was £4,523


Sports Premium 2015 – 2016

Sports Premium is funded in financial years, whereas school planning is based on academic years. It is anticipated that the same amount of grant money will be allocated in the next few successive years.  Total amount received for academic year Sept 15 to August 16 was £8,616 comprising of a lump sum of £8,000, plus £5 per pupil on roll.

Activity Details Cost Impact
YSSN Package Support provided from Jorvik Sports Partnership which includes; Sports coach in school (mentoring & supporting staff)

Access to sports competitions

Membership of Phunky Foods

Membership of Quality Active Mark scheme

After school clubs

Lunchtime clubs

Playground leaders

£2,922 Children regularly attend a variety of inter school competitions

Staff support aids professional development & enhances learning provision.

Children have access to schemes such as playground leaders (y5), healthy lifestyle choices

Premier Sports After Schools Sessions Gym clubs – KS1&KS2 throughout year well attended, children represent school at gymnastic competition.

Multi skills club – KS1/2

£4,005 Children enjoy these clubs

Gymnastic profile raised

Pupils have access to high quality teaching

Resources Replenish and update general PE resources

Play time leaders equipment

£476 We have a wide range of equipment that raises the profile of PE/Physical exercise
York City Knights coaching Coaching session (sports week) £300 Children enthused

Teachers skill base increased

Children represented school at Tag Rugby festival

York City Football Club Session Active Morning £50 Children enthused

Teachers skill base increased

Rockit climbing Wall Sports week £375 Children had opportunity to experience a different type of sport.
Skip 2b fit Sports week £342 Raise fitness levels

Enthuse all to skip

Boxes of ropes in classes.

Rugby For All Sports week £125 All children had high quality

coaching.

Total expenditure for the academic year 2015-16 was £8595