The Sports Premium Grant, provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, has been allocated to primary schools and is ring-fenced so 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.
2021 to 2022
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 a range of physical activities.
- Pay for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport in order to support teachers in delivering high quality PE.
- Increase pupil participation in sport and physical activity throughout the school day. Paying attention to those children who do not participate in any after school clubs.
- To offer a wide range of high quality after school sports club provision in a range of sports.
- Increase opportunities for inter-school competition.
- Improve resources to support the delivery of physical education both in curricular and extra-curricular time.
- To promote a healthy lifestyle by promoting a healthy lifestyle.
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.
Expected Level of Funding
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. We expect to have funding for the amount £17,120.
Schools are now asked to report how many pupils within their year 6 cohort can do each of the following:
- swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
- use a range of strokes effectively
- perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations
2021-2022 Year 6 Cohort Swimming Competencies
Total number of children = 26
|Has attended swimming lessons out of school||22||84%|
|Can confidently swim 25ms proficiently.||22||84%|
|Can use a range of strokes effectively (breaststroke /back stroke/front crawl)||21||80%|
|Has undertaken safe self-rescue activities as part of their swimming lessons.||23||88%|
2020 to 2021
Our final allocation for 2020-2021 was £17,260 and we carried forward £3 860 from 2019-2020
2020-2021 Year 6 Cohort Swimming Competencies
|Has attended swimming lessons out of school||19/20||95%|
|Can confidently swim 25ms proficiently||18/20||90%|
|Can use a range of strokes effectively (breaststroke /back stroke/front crawl)||17/20||85%|
|Has undertaken safe self-rescue activities as part of their swimming lessons.||17/20||85%|
2019 to 2020
Our final allocation for 2019-2020 was £17,290.
As a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Department for Education took steps to relax the ring-fencing arrangements for the PE and sport premium in the 2019 to 2020 academic year to allow any unspent grant to be carried forward into the 2020 to 2021 academic year. Our assessment of swimming competencies was also interrupted by Covid-19 for this academic year.
Our final allocation for 2018-2019 was £17,160.
2018-2019 Year 6 Cohort Swimming Competencies
|Has attended swimming lessons out of school||28/30||93%|
|Can confidently swim 25ms proficiently.||30/30||100%|
|Can use a range of strokes effectively (breaststroke /back stroke/front crawl)||17/30||56%|
|Has undertaken safe self-rescue activities as part of their swimming lessons.||28/30||93%|