Sports Premium 2015-16
In 2015-2016, Sports Premium funding is estimated to be £8990. St Lawrence Primary School is committed to providing a good diet of PE provision for all its pupils, as well as access to a range of enrichment activities in order to help raise attainment in PE, and also promoting self-esteem and enjoyment of leading a healthy lifestyle.
Main Areas of Focus for 2015-2016
Continue to provide specialist teaching for a good or better PE provision.
Continue to provide access to extra-curricular sporting activities for all
Raise proportion of pupils participating in extra-curricular activities
In 2015-2016, we aim to spend the sports premium funding on the following activities, although these will be reviewed throughout the year to ensure the most appropriate and effective use of the funding:
|Proposed spending of the Sports Premium funding 2015-2016||Proposed measures for impact||Mid- year review|
|Specialist Teaching in PE - all years||£6,000||
Gives good or better teaching in PE, pupil progress is good. Improved engagement in PE and access to an improved range of sports.
Develops PE skills of non-specialist teachers through observation and sharing good practice.
|Specialist football leader during lunchtime play||£1,950||
Enriches pupil sporting experience of regular playtimes, improving pupils’ skills and behaviour.
Enriches pupils’ coaching skills and embeds good sporting behaviours.
|Engagement in local-borough and county inter-schools events||£70||
Increased no of pupils taking part in sporting events.
Provides opportunity to take part in competitive events within a team framework
|Run lunchtime “Physi-fun” sessions||£400||To encourage all pupils to take part in fun physical activities, especially those who are generally disengaged with sport.|
|Subsidised extra-curricular sporting clubs, Swimming||Club subsidy - £270 Additional staffing for swimming - £300||
Boosts participation in clubs that would otherwise be under subscribed. Removes financial and social barriers to access to good or better sporting activity. As a result of increased participation, increased opportunities for pupils to take part in enrichment for those with financial/social barriers