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THE USE AND IMPACT OF SPORTS PREMIUM 2014/2015

WHAT IS SPORTS PREMIUM?

The Government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 to provide new, substantial primary school sports funding in order to improve the provision of Physical Education and sport in primary schools. This funding is jointly provided by the Depts. For Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to schools to be spent on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. All state maintained schools, academies, middle schools, special schools and pupil referral schools which have primary aged pupils (as reported in the 2014 schools census) will receive funding.

PURPOSE OF THE FUNDING

This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision for PE and sport in schools. We will be held accountable for how we have used the additional funding to support pupil’s progress and participation in PE and school sport. We are required to publish online information about how we have used the additional funding. This will ensure that parents/carers and others are made fully aware of the PE and sporting provision at Churnet View Middle School.

HOW WILL WE BE SPENDING THE SPORTS PREMIUM FUNDING?

  • The PE department is developing the curriculum through the teaching of dance and outdoor and adventurous activities (orienteering) modules of work to KS2 pupils.
  • Additional after school clubs to be continued for “street dance” and self defence.
  • Opportunities for pupils to take part in organised playground activities to enhance a “healthy lifestyle”.
  • All pupils in year 5 to take part in a one hour introduction to self defence during curriculum time.
  • Professional instructors to be employed to lead sessions and train and support members of Churnet View staff to deliver quality lessons in dance and after school provision for dance and self defence.
  • An instructor to be employed to deliver traditional playground activities one lunchtime per week and to involve current year 7 pupils to organise and supervise these activities.
  • A qualified football coach to be employed to deliver an after school football club for KS2 pupils one evening per week.
  • To support the provision of transport costs to take part in inter school competition for football, tag rugby, district tournaments.

ESTABLISHED PROVISION FOR PE IN KS2

  • The PE department to continue to provide after school clubs for netball, gymnastics, athletics, cross country and football.
  • Continued participation in inter school competitions and tournaments for football, tag rugby, netball, athletics and cross country.
  • Continued membership of the Leek and District School Sports Association.

IMPACT

  • The establishment of new activities i.e. dance and orienteering, has meant a more broad and balanced curriculum is now being delivered.
  • All year 5 pupils (120) took part in self defence taster sessions during curriculum time.
  • Thirty pupils are taking the opportunity to take part in a weekly after school self defence club.
  • All KS2 pupils take part in a nine week module of dance lessons. Year 5 African dance, Year 6 street dance.
  • Twenty five pupils take part in a weekly after school dance club.
  • All KS2 pupils take part in a nine week module of orienteering lessons. This has cross curricular links to Maths, English and Geography. It is developing team building skills, self esteem and confidence for the pupils. This has led to a significant “buzz” around the school and has increased the profile of the PE department.
  • PE teaching staff are receiving ongoing training and experience in how to deliver dance lessons and are sharing ideas with other staff.
  • Inter house tag rugby tournament has taken place for year 6 pupils.
  • Inter house football tournament has taken place for year 5 pupils.
  • The year 6 tag rugby team were finalists in the District tournament. They represented the Moorlands at the County rugby Championships at Willenhall.
  • They represented Staffordshire in the Midlands tag rugby tournament.
  • The year 6 football team were finalists at Stoke City inter schools tournament, playing on the first team pitch at the Britannia Stadium.
  • KS 2 pupils have also taken part in netball, cross country and athletics leagues.
  • PE staff have visited Leek First School to view playground equipment.

FUTURE PLANS

  • Future opportunities needed for years 5 and 6 to take part in inter form hockey tournaments.
  • To provide “fixed” cardiovascular training equipment in the playground to encourage pupils to actively engage in healthy activity during lunchtime and breaks. It has been decided that “fixed” cardio vascular equipment in the playground will be better suited for our pupils than a traversing wall as it will link to their KS3 curriculum.
  • To give KS2 pupils a “taster” experience of using a climbing wall.
  • Sports funding has provided the opportunity to raise the profile of Physical
  • Education at Churnet View and provide an exciting range of additional activities.
  • The PE department will continue to explore opportunities to enhance and enrich the experience of PE for our pupils.
Activity Allocate funds 2014/15
Pupil Play Leader Training £1035
Martial Arts curriculum and After School Club £1185
Street Dance curriculum and After School Club £1415
Football and Rugby tournaments £750
Staff training – dance £250
Playground cardio vascular equipment £4485
Total allocated funds for 2014/15        £9120

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