School Sports Funding Action Plan

To ensure that all pupils leave primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport the Government provides additional funding to education providers. This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – will be allocated to primary school head teachers. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools. (DfE, Nov 2013)

Year Amount
2013 / 2014 £9250
2014 / 2015 £9775
2015 / 2016 £9500
2016 / 2017 £9885
2017 / 2018 £17,885

PE and Sports at Allenton Community Primary School
End of Year Overview: 2016-17

ACPS is a school which promotes the importance of physical education and leading a healthy lifestyle. Children have a love of sports and physical activity and enjoy taking part with friends and developing their skills. This ethos is further reinforced by staff delivering and participating in PE lessons, after-school clubs and sporting events outside of school, role-modelling positive sporting values throughout. A Specialist Sports Coach At ACPS we have secured the services of specialist Sports Coach Petter Aser, who works at the school all week. Petter has over ten years’ experience in teaching PE in Primary schools and outside of school he is a National League basketball coach and is currently working with Derby County girls football club. He leads a weekly PE session with every year group in school and runs 3 after-school clubs each week. He also runs morning SAQs for children with additional needs where exercise was found to help them concentrate in morning lessons. Petter also organises coaches and external agencies to deliver enrichment to the PE curriculum such as archery and cycling. Petter has built positive relationships with our pupils and staff and is passionate about PE. Petter ensures his training is up to date and he has positive links with the Derby Sports Partnership. As well as raising standards in PE, and helping all children to fulfil their potential in a range of different sports, Petter places a strong emphasis on using sport as a way to develop other aspects of a child’s development. He promotes the school learning super heroes and, through sports, children have the opportunity to practice resilience, team work, behaviour, leadership and communication skills.

Improved Resources

After investing wisely to ensure that the school makes the most of the PE and Sports Premium grant and the skills of Petter, the school now has the resources to deliver coaching in a wide range of sports: football, cricket, athletics, tennis, basketball, hockey, netball, touch rugby, handball and rounders. We also make sure that we have the apparatus we need for our children to enjoy gymnastics lessons in the school hall as well as enough eggs and spoons for our annual Sports Day!

Improved PE Lessons

Our commitment to ensure all children have excellent PE provision through experienced delivery of skills has been embedded last year through the expertise and knowledge of Petter. In Key Stage 1 the focus remains developing fundamental movements, exploring different skills through a mixture of fun games and drills. This provides the foundations to build on in Key Stage 2, where the focus shifts to sporting skills and competitions. Detailed lesson plans support children to develop their skills and continue to make improvements, allowing for different ability levels but ensuring that each child fulfils their potential. In the long-term, a whole-school vision guarantees progression across year groups so that by Year 6 there is a legacy of sporting achievement which children can take with them to secondary school and beyond.

After-School Clubs and wider opportunities

The school has a strong commitment to after-school sports and we are able to offer an amazing selection of clubs to all of our pupils. Each week there are at least 6 after-school clubs taking place, ensuring that every child has the opportunity to attend at least one sports club throughout the year. Clubs we provide are: Football (Yr5/6 and Yr3/4) run by Mr Asamoah and Mr Cogill Upbeat dance club run by Miss Swift Dodgeball, Basketball, Gymnastics, Cricket and multi-sports run by Mr Petter On top of this the school has also widened the opportunities for children by working alongside other schools such as our main secondary school whose pupils come into school weekly to run sports opportunities for year 5 and we also ran a mini-Olympics day for our local Infants school which was led by our Year 3 children.

PE and Sports at Allenton Community Primary School
End of Year PE and Sport Premium Allocation Review: 2016-17

Allocation Received

Since 2013, every school in England receives a significant sum of money to spend specifically on PE and health. This is part of the government’s plan to keep alive the legacy of the 2012 Olympic Games and to inspire a new generation. In the Academic year from Sept 2016 to Sept 2017 the school received a total of £9885.00 through the PE and Sport Premium.

Allocation Spent

Staff Training
DSSP
After school club provision
Equipment and Kit for competitions
Transport to competitions
Mini-leaders training
Rock Climbing
Dance Club Subsidy
5% TT fees

Total

800
1500
4195
1000
745
150
500
500
494.25

9884.25

PE and Sports at Allenton Community Primary School
PE and Sport Premium Allocation Planning: 2017-18

For the academic year 2017-2018 the Sports premium allocated by Government has doubled. As a school we will receive £17,885 to spend on improving sports provision in our school. Our plan is to build on the current provision and provide children with additional exposure to differing sporting opportunities and for children to take part in more inter-school competitions and events. Events/competitions/enrichment we have already signed up for are :

Cross country competition x4
Football x 15
Sitting Volley
Debry Dance festival
Tri-Golf tournament
Outdoor and Adventurous
KS1 Egghunt
Sports hall athletics
Foot golf
Bikeability Training Yr 5/6
Balancability Reception and Yr 1

Our planned spend can be seen below:

Staff Training
DSSP
After school club provision
Equipment and Kit for competitions
Transport to competitions
Gymnastics Audit
Outdoor and Adventurous training/Equip
PE Enrichment Ops
Fitness Assessment
Mini-leaders training
Rock Climbing
Dance Club Subsidy
Contingency
5% TT fees

Total

800
1500
4195
1500
1500
1000
1500
1800
300
150
1000
500
1250
894.25

17889.25

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Guidance for PE & Sports Premium Funding