Sports Premium

Sports Premium 2016/17

Purpose

Schools receive PE and Sport funding based on the number of pupils from years 1 to 6, the additional funding is used to improve the provision of PE and sport. It is designed to add or improve the PE and sport the school already offers and make improvements now that will benefit pupils that join the school in the future.

Cromwell Junior and Infants Sports Premium allocation

Allocation of sports premium 2013/14:  £5442

Allocation of sports premium 2014/15:  £5442

Allocation of sports premium 2015/2016: £8898

Allocation of sports premium 2016/2017: £7000

 The Sports Premium has been used in the following ways:

We are member s of The King Edwards Sports Partnership based in Aston which provides ongoing CPD opportunities for the PE lead and other staff. Specialist sports coaches work during curriculum hours with different members of staff to deliver activities which also serves as a CPD opportunity for the school staff.  The specialist coaches also deliver after school clubs enabling children in Key stage 1 and Key Stage 2 to participate in after school activities.

The Nursery staff  have been trained to take part in the Startwell project which aims to deliver 7 key message in the Early Years settings aimed at helping school staff, parents and children create a healthier environment. Cromwell has successfully achieved the Level 1 certificate and the nursery staff are moving to Level 2 of this project. The Reception class will also be participating in the Startwell project in Summer 2017. (see link below for more details about the Startwell project).http://startwellbirmingham.co.uk/

A sports coach is employed by the school to support staff who need CPD to deliver PE, during curriculum hours. He also runs after school clubs.

Newbart Specialists Coaching provide lunchtime activities supporting Key stage 1 and 2 children with Sports activities.

A specialist Dance (Aspire) coach has also worked alongside the Year 3 staff to deliver Dance.

 An allocation is put aside for the supervision and transport costs to sporting competitions.

 PE – Cromwell Primary School

Pay for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport (CPD)

Providing cover to release teachers for professional development.

Run sports competitions and increase children’s participation in School Games

Buy PE equipment

Accountability:

As we are held to account over how additional funding is being spent, the subject co-ordinator, Miss S Bi has been appointed to lead the subject area and identify strengths and weaknesses across the school and provide the opportunities for teachers to develop their skills and subject knowledge. The co-ordinator works closely alongside the partnership and all staff has access to planning from the PE HUB and have an overview of the activities they should be covering. Staff have also started to use Classroom Monitor (assessment system) from September 2016 to assess the key skills in PE which are in line with the National Curriculum 2014.Copyright 2016 Cromwell Junior and Infant School and Nursery Class