Sports Premium

 

What is Sports Premium?

Sports Premium is additional government funding allocated by the Local Authority to schools with eligible pupils meeting the required criteria.  This funding is then ring-fenced by each school to then be spent on sporting and health improvement activities. 

Allocations for the academic year 2017 to 2018 are calculated using the number of pupils in years 1 to 6, as recorded in the January 2017 census.

 

Woodside Primary School Sports Premium Allocation 2017-2018

Woodside was allocated a total of £12,450 for the academic year, which is split into 2 payments. 

  • Total amount of Sports Premium funding received 2017/18 to date£12,450  
    Pupil premium spent onBrief details (include which year groups are involved in this initiative or action)Planned spend

     

    Impact

    Healthy HeroesWeekly PE and sports workshops for all classes and after school sports club. Increased pupil participation in lessons
    Teachers are present during lessons and take an active part in delivery, enabling them to reproduce and develop lessons to ensure continuity and progression
    Healthy Heroes practitioner provides planning linked to curriculum.£960
     Working alongside class teachers and support staff to deliver model lessons, assess and measure pupil progress against NC requirements. Access to bespoke, in-house and external training programmes£1,900 
    P.E. EquipmentNew balls, skipping ropes, hessian bags for Sports Day

     

    £113.68
       

    £ 660

    Improved performance and enhanced participation in lessons and events. Future lesson quality to be assessed by assistant head
    Benches
    Staff TrainingStaff training to improve teaching and learning£199Staff CPD in specific areas of the sports curriculum, increased capacity to deliver a wider range of opportunities, staff confidence and proficiency increased, sport specific equipment enabling whole class participation and development of intra school competition
    Forest SchoolResources to raise and keep chickens, hammocks, tools£386.50Outdoor physical opportunities have had a profound impact on pupils and all have gained knowledge of nature and exercise. All enjoy the physical aspect of being able to play, run, climb and learn in a nature based setting.
    Children surveys 90%+ positive
    Spent £3,445.50 
    Proposed spendingStreetDance, Fencing (sport), Fencing (perimeter), transport  
    Remaining £7543.50