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South Green Junior

Sports Premium

Use and impact of Sports Premium Funding

In 2016 2017 we anticipate receiving £9,202.

We use our Sports Premium to improve the quality of PE and Sport provision in the following ways.

Our aim is to ensure that all children at South Green Juniors are given the best possible opportunity to access both high quality teaching as well as high quality equipment:

  • Employing specialist PE teachers or qualified coaches to work alongside our teachers in lessons to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in PE.
  • Engaging the least active pupils in after school activities, for example ‘Change4Life’ after school clubs such as ‘Girls’ Club’.
  • Providing cover staff to release teachers for professional development in PE and sport.
  • Buying into William De Ferrers School Sports Partnership who provides many of our free training courses and access to local and district sports at a competitive level.
  • Providing reduced rate or free after schools clubs.
  • Supporting regular sports tournaments, festivals and competitions for pupils of all ages across the school.

Spending Chart

Engaging the least active pupils in after school activities, for example ‘Change4Life’ after school clubs

£800

Purchasing specialist equipment and training to engage less active pupils in a more active lifestyle e.g. the outside gym.

£10,887

Sports Coaching

£595

Sports Partnerships

£2,200

Funding one-off taster sessions for non-traditional activities such as archery or golf

£600

Total spend | £15,082
(including carry forward from financial year 2015/2016 of £4,480)

Impact

  • More children have taken up a greater range of sports clubs within and outside school (we only have 20 children in the school who haven’t attended a club).
  • Children have been able to access sports at a higher level, e.g. District football and basketball at county level.
  • Children have a very good understanding of the positive effect of physical activity on their physical and mental wellbeing.
  • Less active children will take up a healthier lifestyle involving more activity and healthy eating.