Sports Funding

Sport Pupil Premium Funding Allocation Review 2016 – 17

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Number of pupils & pupil premium grant.

Total number of pupils on role

1369

Total number of pupils eligible for SPPG

975

Amount SPPG received per pupil

£8,000 plus £5 per

Total amount of SPPG received.

£12,875

 

Objectives of spending SPPG

·         Develop the sporting landscape and delivery of sports within Claycots School.

·         Invest in new equipment to support high quality PE delivery.

·         Provide sporting opportunities and competitions for our pupils to successfully engage in.

·         Use sport as a vehicle to raise the aspirations and academic achievement of our pupils.

Record of SPPG spending by item / project 2014 - 15

Item Project

Cost

Objectives

Outcomes

Slough School Sports Network Affiliation.

£3,880

·         Access to a range of external inter-school sports competitions.

·         Communication with affiliated schools.

·         Support with PE delivery and planning.

·         CPD opportunities.

·         Specialist sporting coaches.

·         Clear network of partners and support.

·         Support with the development of our new integrated sporting programme within Claycots.

·         CPD opportunities, level courses through NGB’s.

Sports Coaches

£107,565

·         Qualified PE teacher and sports coaches to plan, deliver and monitor high quality PE lessons and sports clubs for all pupils.

·         Specialist provision supports pupils skill development and sporting acquisitions.

·         Lead teacher delivery within PE lessons and share best practices.

 

·         100% of pupils in years Reception to Year 6 accessing 2 hours of high quality PE a week.

·         Specialist sports specific delivery.

·         1 X qualified PE teacher, 3 X specialist sports coaches, 1 X dance coach, 1 X outdoor education leader.        

School Sports Clubs

 

·         Provide additional specialist sports provision for all pupils in Claycots.

·         Opportunity to take part in additional external sporting fixtures

·         Expose pupils to healthy competition, developing sporting values, resilience and team ethics.

·         31% of pupils accessing 3 to 5 hours of PE a week.

·         36% pp pupils attending after school clubs.

·         38 sports fixtures & competitions attended so far this academic year.

School Sports Clubs

 

·         Provide additional specialist sports provision for all pupils in Claycots.

·         Opportunity to take part in additional external sporting fixtures

·         Expose pupils to healthy competition, developing sporting values, resilience and team ethics.

·         31% of pupils accessing 3 to 5 hours of PE a week.

·         36% pp pupils attending after school clubs.

·         36 sports fixtures & competitions attended so far this academic year.

Transport for external fixtures.

£1,800

·         Enable our pupils to represent their school in a number of different inter-sports competitions.

·         Gaining new experiences and visiting different schools.

·         Cross campus sports fixtures.

 

·         36 sports fixtures and competitions attended.

·         11 outdoor walks.

·         3 residential trips.

·         Rock climbing course.

Sports Equipment. (Footballs, hockey sticks, tchoukball nets, tchoukball balls, tennis balls, reactor balls, rugby balls, basketballs, foam balls, skipping ropes.)

£4,000

·         Provide staff with the necessary PE equipment to enable them to effectively deliver high quality PE lessons, enriching the pupils experiences.

·         Investment in new innovative sporting equipment such as Tchoukball to combat the challenges of our teaching environments and support EAL learners.

·         Have appropriate sized equipment for our pupils in EYFS, KS1 and KS2

·         Good quality sports equipment which has enabled planned sessions to be effectively delivered and all pupils actively engage.

·         Sporting equipment which will last and can be used in the following years, reducing the need for reinvestment.

Sports Facilities

£42,600

·         New 30m X 25m all weather astro turf supports sports delivery all year round.

·         Provides new contemporary facilities, enhancing pupils experiences.

·         Provides additional sporting venues for the local community.

·         Due to be completed W/C 24th April.

External sporting opportunities

£450

·         Talent identification and sign posting of highly capable athletes onto further sporting opportunities.

·         Opportunity to receive further sporting provision outside of curriculum time and school hours.

·         14 pupils received coaching through FA Berkshire football skills with a lead into football at Slough Junior FC.

·         20 pupils have received coaching through Farnham Royal RUFC with links into the junior club side.

·         10 pupils will receive coaching through Slough Junior Athletics with links into the junior club set up.

Sports kit

£600

·         Allows pupils to wear an identifiable uniform, making them feel a part of a team and giving them pride in their school.

·         Teams look more professional and identifiable.

·         Instills a sense of pride within pupils representing Claycots  and provides a clear identity.

·         Supports with safety allowing staff to quickly and easily recognize Claycots pupils.

PE Kit (shorts, T-shirts, jumpers.)

£400

·         Ensure those pupils without PE kit, still have the opportunity to actively engage within PE lessons.

·         Ensures all pupils get an equal opportunity to access sport and develop their knowledge on healthy living.

·         PE is more inclusive for all pupils, including SPP pupils.

·         Develops levels of fitness and pupils knowledge on healthy living.

CPD

£1,295

·         Support staff with their professional development, enhancing their knowledge and teaching practices.

·         Support new and innovative approaches to teaching and learning

·         Completed forest skills course.

·         Completed level 2 RFU course

·         Completed mountain bike leaders course.

·         Completed family funs CPD

Family FUNS

£450

·         Engage targeted families within Reception to participate in fun physically active board games.

·         Supports and educates parents with new ways to engage their children with physical activity.

·         Additional Family funs packs to cover delivery across both campuses.

Outdoor Education Program

£20,000

·         Develop resilience, team work and leadership skills.

·         Develops links for pupils within the local community.

·         Offers alternative physical recreational activities away from main stream sports.

·         Investment in hard assists such as outdoor clothing, mountain bikes, camping equipment to support the longevity and sustainability of the program.

·         Provide enriching learning experiences that help pupils holistic develop and equip them with skills to support them on their educational journey.

·         11 outdoor walks

·         3 residential trips

·         41 pupils completed a 5 week rock climbing course.

·         26 pupils completed a rock climbing taster day.

·         67 pupils completed St Johns first aid course.

 

Total SSPP Expenditure

£12,875

Total School Expenditure

£170,165

Total

£183,040