PE and Sport Premium
The Government provides annual funding to primary schools, to specifically continue to improve the quality, range and amount of sport and PE opportunities for all primary-aged children.
The funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.
Below are projected details of how we will spend the funding for the 2021/2022 academic year.
Impact of spending will be evaluated at the end of the school year.
|Primary PE Sport Grant Awarded|
|Total number of pupils on roll||63 (this figure does not include part-time Nursery Pupils)|
|Amount Received by all schools||£ 16,000|
|Additional funding based on £10X NOR Years 1-6||£ 630|
|Total amount of Primary PE Sports Grant for 2020/2021||£ 16,630|
|Carry forward from 2020/2021||£0|
|Summary of PPSG 2020-21|
|Objectives of spending PPSG:
- To continue to improve the provision of PE and sport at Tetsworth Primary School
- To develop Sports Co-ordinators competence and confidence in the teaching of a diverse PE and games curriculum
- Broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils both in and outside of the school day
- To increase the confidence of pupils who are reluctant sports people
- To develop a love of sport and physical activity across the school
- Improve the provision for the physical development of pupils in our EYFS area
|Proposed spending of PPSG by item/project 2021-2022|
|Improving the quality and quantity of PE and Games equipment for Lessons/Lunchtimes||£1,500||Replacing old/poor quality PE equipment with new resources, to broaden and improve the provision of PE across the school.|
|Repairing trim trail to rectify wear and tear identified on Inspection Report||£500||Repairs to all weather service
Repairs to equipment that makes up the trim trail
Cost of keeping equipment clean
|Saving towards equipping new Sports Hall||£5,000||Putting money aside to equip new Hall proposed for 2022/23|
|Improve the quality of the outdoor provision for EYFs||£3,000||Begin 2 Year plan to landscape outdoor area of EYFS to provide children with an enhanced outdoor learning space|
|Contribution towards swimming lessons including transportation costs for K.S. 2 pupils in Summer Term 2020/2021||£700||Ensure all pupils in Years 4/5/6 have access to swimming pool for curriculum purposes.
Ensure Year 6 pupils have access to swimming pool to enable them to reach at least the expected standard by the End of key Stage 2:
Each pupil is required to be able to do the following:
• Perform safe self-rescue in different water based situations
• Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
• Use a range of strokes effectively, for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke.
|Sports Co-ordinator / Class Teachers CPD/training||£2,500||Sports Co-ordinator to plan curriculum that includes the use of professional coaches to develop teaching skills and to broaden the curriculum for the pupils.
Coaches booked to deliver hockey, cricket and rounders.
|Subsidising extra-curricular sporting opportunities for all|
Planned to start Autumn Term – Nov - July
|£500||Providing pupils with broader experiences in PE/Games. More pupils engaged in more PE/Games out of school hours. Proposed clubs include cross country, football, multi-sports, boxercise, yoga.|
|Purchase of medals/ trophies and cost of engravings||£300||Increased self- esteem and motivation
NOTE: with Covid 19 sporting restrictions sporting events and challenges will be set as family/individual events in line with system used during March – July National Lockdown.
|Hire of Millennium Hall||£300||Hall hired to enable delivery of Gymnastics/Dance curriculum|
|Transportation costs to City/County/ Partnership sports events||£300||Providing pupils with a broad range of competitive sporting opportunities.
Pupils being able to participate in the Partnership, city and county events available to them.
|Supply cover||£300||Staff to support pupils at various sporting activities and events- locally and within the county (e.g. tag rugby, cross country etc). Cover for staff to attend CPD and network meetings etc.|
*All amounts are projected at the start of the academic year and are subject to change
At Tetsworth Primary School, we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children.
Our Primary School Sports Funding will enable us to continue and extend our provision through improving the provision of our PE and games equipment, offering more opportunities to participate in competitive sports competitions and developing our staff to deliver in-house quality PE sessions.
What is the Sports Premium?
The government is providing additional funding per annum to provide schools with the opportunity to develop and improve the provision of the PE and sport they offer to pupils. The funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.
Purpose of the funding
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.
Possible uses of the funding include:
- Hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work alongside primary teachers
- New or additional sport clubs
- Paying for professional development opportunities in PE/sport
- Providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE/sport
- Running sport competitions and increasing participation in the Partnership events
- Buying quality assured professional development modules or material for PE/sport
- Providing places for pupils on after school sport clubs and residential visits
TETSWORTH PRIMARY SCHOOL: Evaluation of PE Funding 2020-21
|NUMBER OF PUPILS and SPORTS FUNDING GRANT RECIEVED|
|Total number of pupils on roll||75 with 12 of these being part-time Nursery pupils|
|Amount Spent||£11,956.73 including £5,000 carried forward for new hall|
|Carry forward into 2021/2022||£0 – carry forward used to cover spending due to Covid 19|
|Improving the quality and quantity of PE and Games equipment||Replacing old/poor quality PE equipment with new resources, to broaden and improve the provision of PE across the school. To include: small apparatus such as bean bags/different types of balls/netball nets||Continued audit and general replenishment of current equipment and resources.||£470.72|
|Swimming lessons at Thame Leisure Centre|
Transportation costs for swimming lessons
|Provide opportunities to ensure all children meet the necessary National Curriculum swimming expectations at the End of K.S. 2.|
Ensure children have access to swimming pool for curriculum swimming as they move into K.S.2
|All children in KS2 access swimming lessons throughout the year. All past Year 6 pupils have met the necessary National Curriculum Swimming Expectations.||No swimming took place In 2020/20211due to Covid restrictions|
|Staff CPD/training including the hire of professional coaches||Development of staff training and CPD opportunities for the Sports Co-ordinator has enabled him to identify areas for school sport development.|
Attendance at County Training Events
|Training alongside professional coaches (dance and P.E.) has led to increased confidence particularly in relation to taking teams to Partnership and County Events||Professional coaches –
|Subsidising transportation costs to city /county sports events||Providing pupils with a broad range of competitive sporting opportunities.|
Pupils being able to participate in the city and county events available to them.
|More children able to participate in a range of competitive sporting events – cross country, football tournaments, rugby tournaments.||£39|
|Supply cover||Staff to support pupils at various sporting activities and events- locally and within the county (e.g. tag rugby, cross country etc). Staff to attend CPD and partnership meetings.||Staff covered for several events throughout the year, including cross country, cricket and tag rugby.||£180|
|Friday After school sports club -|
|Providing pupils with broader experiences in PE and practice for upcoming competitive events. More pupils engaged in PE out of school hours.||After-school sports club popular with children across the school.||£00
Run by Sports Co-ordinator
|Individual Pupil Support||Funding of Sports Club and transport for vulnerable pupils not eligible for other funding||Enables pupils to pursue interests when they would not otherwise be able to||£270|
|Purchasing/engraving of Sports Trophies||Provides motivation and increases self- esteem for teams and individuals||Children eager to participate in sporting events||£397.53|
|Hire of Village hall||This enables pupils to engage in indoor activities such as Dance and P.E.||This allows for greater diversity in curriculum delivery||Not used due to Covid 19 restrictions|
What is sports premium funding?
The primary PE and sport premium was introduced in March 2013 to improve the provision of physical education and school sport in primary schools across England. … The funding is allocated directly to primary schools and is ring-fenced. This means it may only be spent on improving the provision of PE and sport in schools
We evaluate the impact of the PE and Sports Premium funding as part of our normal school self-evaluation and monitoring arrangements. We look at how well we use our PE funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sporting provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.
Measuring the impact of the activities provided with the PE funding can be achieved in different ways. We look at a variety of areas of development such as self-esteem, confidence and the numbers of pupils involved in sporting activities in and out of school.
Since receiving the funding, many beneficial changes have taken place with our Primary pupils in relation to the range and delivery of physical education and sport. Below is a brief impact statement for each of the objectives set.
Meeting National Curriculum Requirements for Swimming and Water Safety
As a school we use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide swimming lessons throughout K.S.2 as we believe this to be an essential life-saving skill as well as enhancing their health, mental well-being, self –esteem and social skills. Here are our results for 2019/2021. Unfortunately the pandemic meant that we were unable to swim in 2020/2021 but all pupils would have benefitted from swimming in 2019/2020.
- Percentage of 2019/2020 Year 6 cohort who could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres – 100%
- Percentage of 2019/2020 Year 6 cohort who could use a range of strokes effectively (front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke) – 100%
- Percentage of 2019/2020 Year 6 cohort who could perform safe self-rescue – this could not take place due to Covid
Notable Achievements in 2020/2021
We are a small school we are committed to ensuring our pupils have the opportunity to excel in sporting events at local and county level. It should be noted that often we have to enter mixed Year Group Teams and so our pupils are often competing with pupils older than themselves. Below are some of our achievements.
Street Tag – We finished the first season in 1st place with 23,132,615 points.
Football – The number of competitions were greatly reduced due to Covid 19 restrictions however we attended as many as we were able to and at the Thame Partnership Interschool Football Tournament our mixed Year 3/4 Team were Runners Up.
Proposed P.E. and Sports Premium Funding Expenditure 2021/2022
- Continued Swimming Provision for KS2
- Professional development of Sports Co-ordinator and other staff
- Bought in Coaches to enhance school PE/Games lessons
- Cover for staff to enable pupils to participate in local and County Events
- Identification and additional provision for Able/More Able pupils
Purchase of new equipment to replace worn out resources