PE Funding

Serlby Park Academy Sport Premium Report 2016-2017 

In 2016/2017 Serlby Park Academy will receive the fourth year instalment of PE funding.  The funding will be used in a variety of ways to further improve and develop teaching and learning across the whole academy. We will encourage pupils to continue to lead healthy lifestyles, enjoy PE and Sport and experience high quality teaching.  They will be encouraged to take part in competitions and aim for sporting excellence.  A Specialist PE teacher leads PE curriculum and oversees the planning and delivery of PE throughout the Primary phase.   

Having already seen impact of the funding from the previous 3 years we expect for this additional funding to have continued and sustained impact on provision of PE and sport within our academy.  Participation by students and staff in whole school audits has resulted in the development of After Schools Clubs and purchase of equipment to enhance delivery of lessons.  Thorough auditing and monitoring has meant that the children have had a role in developing sport and therefore has contributed to increased participation. 

Amount of Primary School Sports Grant Received
Primary School Sports Grant Lump Sum£9,420
Total Number of pupils on roll297

 

Sports Premium Funding Action Plan for 2016-2017

ObjectiveWhat are we going to do?How are we going to do it?

Physical Education

To increase the number of children that are able to swim, starting in Year 2

To deliver swimming lessons to all children in Years 2 (funding for Year 3 and 4 comes out of the school budget)

Instructors are employed through Nottinghamshire School Swimming to deliver 30 minute weekly lessons 

Competitive School Sport increase participation levels in extracurricular sportTo continue and extend the opportunities for competitive and non-competitive sport with other local schools and academiesChildren are encouraged to benefit from competitive sporting activities. This enables them to represent their school work as a team and also enjoy individual success based on hard work and aiming high PE lead to organise tournaments to link with skills being taught in classes 
Maintain the amount of extra-curricular activities available to children across Key stage 1 and 2 

To give children the opportunity to take part in additional Physical Education during lunch times and after school

To employ coaches from Activ8 to run 5x1hour lunch time activity clubs

To employ coaches from DRFC to deliver 2x1hour after school football camps

 

Sports Premium Expenditure Report for 2015-2016 

Focus

Cost

£10,649 
 Staff Involved Impact
Year 2 Swimming £3956.84PE lead, TA Support and Swimming InstructorsMore children to be able to achieve the National Curriculum requirements in swimming by the end of Year 4
Increased Participation in Sports

£2750

£2680

£520

DRFC
Actic8 Coaching
Tennis Coaching –
M Collett
The lunch time clubs have led to increased physical activity.  Children are encouraged to lead activities and work collaboratively.

Children are given the opportunity to participate in sports outside of the curriculum.

The football clubs are always well attended and rewards and incentives are well received from DRFC (including free tickets to games and visits to the club)

One day tennis coaching for children Yr1-Yr6
Equipment replacement
 
Kit for children(pumps)
 £625.60


£117.49

PE lead and Admin team

New playground equipment has been purchased at the request of the school council to increase physical activity at break and lunch times

Pumps given to all classes to ensure all children have appropriate footwear for PE lessons