Funding Information for 2017-2018
Upton Meadows vision
At Upton meadows Primary School we aim to establish a sporting culture which helps to improve all pupils’ physical wellbeing and lifestyles, promote participation, progress, completion and enjoyment of a range of sporting activities.
Primary School's Sports Funding
What is the Sports Premium?
The Government is providing funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013/14, 2014/15 and 2015/16 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. All schools will receive a lump sum of £8,000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil for the three academic years. Schools will have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.
At Upton meadows we have decided to use the money for 2017-2018 in the following areas:
- Increase participation in intra and inter level competitions across the school.
- Believe and Achieve Sports to promote extra-curricular clubs in Spring and Summer
- Establish the Ramble to encourage active children as well as parents.
- Continue to develop and expand the existing sports crew. Focus on upper key stage 2 children.
- Promote team houses through termly intra-house competitions in year groups. House reward days.
- Support and engage least active children in physical activity, offering opportunities to take part in a range of sports / clubs.
- Work with local sports clubs to promote physical activity and the importance of discipline and behavior.
- Sufficient swimming lessons for year 4 children. And Year 6.
Monitoring and evaluation.
- This report will be updated at the end of each academic year to identify the success of the above initiatives and the impact they have had.
- Delivery will be monitored by PE Coordination – Miss Duffy. This will also be overseen by Head teacher – Mrs Gardner.
- Spending of the sports grant will be led by Mrs Gardner.
- Office to keep record of children who attended clubs
- Share progress within cluster meetings with other schools.
Upton Meadows Sports Grant Report 2017-2018
|Total number of pupils||420|
Summary of spending 2017-2018
|At Upton meadows Primary School we aim to establish a sporting culture which helps to improve all pupils’ physical wellbeing and lifestyles, promote participation, progress, completion and enjoyment of a range of sporting activities.|
Planned spending record 2017-2018
To provide a range of physical activities during sports day to target the 12 fundamental skills.
Children to be rewarded for the winning team.
Inflatable obstacle course and maze.
Markings laid for race track.
Children to use the promotion of the REAL cogs instead of the psychical activity required.
Clear markings for children to use for races.
|Children enjoyed a variety of activities and showed enthusiasm, teamwork and commination to complete the tasks.|
|To give all children and staff an area to use for physical exercise for health and wellbeing.||Ramble to be laid and final payment made. Al staff to complete fundraising for charity then ramble to be officially opened.||
-£3000 from FUMPS donation
|Children to use the ramble for regular brain breaks, active lessons and promote a track to use in PE sessions.||Ramble laid and in full use during the year.|
|Children to enjoy extra-curricular activities to reward behaviour.||House reward days – children to enjoy a range of physical activities for winning house points.||£165||Physical activities to promote skills required in all sports, alongside REAL cogs.||Huge success and children have asked for this to happen again next year.|
Ensure all pupils in year 4 can swim 25m or more.
Ensure year 6 pupils who cannot yet swim 25 m or more are given opportunity to achieve this task.
|Use money to pay for transport to take children to the swimming pool to allow more frequent session and more progression.||£600||For children to leave the school being able to swim 25 m or more.||Sessions were cut short due to contamination of Duston swimming pool.|
|All children to be given the opportunity to participate in intra or inter school competitions in a range of sports.||
PE coordinator to oversee and arrange inter and intra school completions. Cover may be needed.
Invest in cluster project. PE lead to attend the PE cluster meetings.
|£995||Children will have the opportunity to compete in various sporting competitions||
Over the year children have competed in football, netball, basketball, tennis, athletics, orienteering, hockey, gymnastics, SEN inclusive sports and tag rugby.
Won girls football cluster.
|Offer external clubs for free to promote extra-curricular activities for KS1 and KS2.||Work with Believe and Achieve Sports to offer football clubs – girls and boys. Offer multisport club to KS1 children.||£3360||In increase the amount of clubs and activities less active children participate in.||
Greater uptake across the school of extra curricula sports, including PP children.
Clubs ran in the spring and summer term.
|Develop and expand the upper key stage 2 sports crew.||PE coordinator to appoint and train 30 year 5s for sports crew. Regular meetings. Sports crew to develop leadership skills and assist with leading and organising sports activities.||£405||Year 5 children will develop leadership skills. Offer sporting opportunities to other children. Encourage more active and healthy children.||
Sports crew have been highly effective in leading lunch time activities.
Leading sporting events with KS1 and assisting with sports day.
Great role models for female participation in sport as well!
|Staff and children to have equipment needed for PE lessons.||To buy PE equipment to ensure children can complete PE sessions with correct equipment.||£432.95||Equipment allowed lessons to run smoother. However, more equipment broken or old and needed to be thrown.||Large PE equipment order required for PE sessions next year.|
|To create opportunities to promote physical activity within school by aspirational people.||To work with local sports venues to promote physical activity. Teach discipline of the sports and encourage school values.
More children engaging in activities on the ball court.
More active girls during lunchtimes.
Router ensures all year group access the ball court.
|To continue next year.|