Sport Premium 2014/15

For the year 2014/15, all school received funding of £8,000 plus £5 per eligible child. At Water Primary, we have chosen to use this funding in the following ways ...

We firmly believe that all children should experience high quality PE and School Sport. This belief and ethos allows the school to shape our children into healthy, social and active young people.

We aim to build the skills, knowledge and confidence of our pupils, which leads to lifelong participation through the delivery of unique, broad activities and skills which are fully inclusive and personalised to the needs of our children.

Through the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding we can achieve this by:-

  • To improve the quality of existing PE teaching through continuing professional learning in PE for generalists, so that all our pupils improve their health, skills and physical literacy, and have a broader range of sports.
  • To increase participation levels in competitive sport and healthy activity of pupils, and maintain these throughout their life.
  • To understand the benefits of high quality PE and Sport, including its use as a tool for whole school improvement.

 

Exercise, Engagement, Enjoyment

 

How we have used our Sport Premium funding to achieve our aims

What has the money been spent on

Cost

PE Equpiment, Playground Leaders, Mini Whistlers 

    £2000

Specialised PE Teacher

£3,000

School Sport Apprentice

£2,300

Burnley Football Club After School Club

£200

Joe Scuderi (Ex Professional Cricketer) Coaching

£300

Rossendale School Sport Partnership

£1,900

AFPE Training

£925

Youth Sport Trust Membership

£300

AFPE Core tasks

£75

 

£8,425

 

Impact of our Sport Premium aims and funding so far -

  • Specialised PE teacher – Improvement in teaching and learning through (to include whole staff ) :-
  1. Team teaching
  2. Peer coaching
  3. Lesson observations/ shadowing within school
  4. Mentoring
  • PE and School Sport Apprentice
  1. Mentoring
  2. Long term sustainability
  3. Playground Leaders and lunchtime supervision
  • Use of Burnley Football Club/ external coaches  to supplement our School Sport and PE After School Clubs
  1. Improvements in curriculum and extra - curricular opportunities
  2. Increases in participation in sport/physical activity
  • Rossendale School Sport Partnership
  1. Yearly competition calendar – Which increases participation and physical activity
  2. CPD Events for all staff including – Dance, Gymnastics ,KS1 scheme of work, Playground leaders.
  3. Headteacher involved in steering group for Rossendale Partnership – opportunites to network and be involved in new inititives.
  • AFPE
  1. CPD for our specialist PE teacher
  2. New initiatives

 

  • Youth Sport Trust Membership
  1. Self-audit tools
  2. New initiatives
  3. % off new products and equipment
  4. Conferences and networking events

 

 

  1. 119198 Water Primary School School Sport and Physical Activity Survey Report