Sports Premium

 
 
 
 
 


Sports Premium 2018/19

Initial allocation: £16,000 plus £10 per child (one off payment) £6,390 Total £21,893

Action Plan

Cost

Impact/Outcomes

Affiliation fees

Southend Primary Sports Association 2018-19

Community Cup

£1500

£30

Total

£1530

Access to over 40 inter-school competitions for boys, girls and mixed teams across from Reception to Year 6. Many of these lead to county and national level competition. Competitions also serve as a vehicle for the SSCO team to identify talented pupils and offer them additional challenging programmes to accelerate pupils' development.

There is also support and CPD for staff available as a result of our membership with the association.

We are on course to enter more competitions than previous years, allowing more children the opportunity to compete and represent the school.

Specialist PE instructor

Salary for hours outside of PPA provision

Glen Robson Football Club

£13,000

£525

Total

£13,525

Beyond class teaching commitment, our specialist PE instructors will

·Increase and maintain our range of FREE extra-curricular sporting clubs

Establish multiple and varied school teams across all age groups.

· Sustain and enhance a healthy living unit, which will educate all our children how to lead a positive, healthy and active lifestyle making exercise and being active a habit and not a chore.

· Identify 'non-participants' in extra-curricular sport and provide additional activities to encourage immediate and long-term participation.

· Offer active lunchtime provision, put together student led Play Squad and working with midday assistants to create a more structured, active and fun lunchtime for all children. Zoned areas will offer children chances to learn to play safely and stay active using a variety of equipment. Play Squad will be trained and then pass on their knowledge to their peers, encouraging them to play and broadening active opportunities and experiences for our students.

· Continue to forge links with local sports clubs to encourage participation in clubs outside of school. Including fun runs, bikeathons and local charity led events.

· Plan an annual inter-house competition so all children experience competitive sport in a positive way (Shaping the Future Day)

· Maintain/Enhance competitive sports day programme for ALL year groups

Due to increased participation numbers in football clubs an external provider has been found and will deliver a free high quality coaching to year 2 and 3.

Transport/Mini-Bus to tournaments and Inspirational trips

SBC Coach Borough sports

SBC Coach Cross Country

Mini-Bus (Diesal/Maintanance)

Tickets to GB Hockey Match at the Olympic Park

£225

£225

£200

£143

Total

£793

Without transport provided it would not be possible to take part in competitions.

This inspirational trip allowed our children to see a sport played at its highest level. The children were also mascots to the GB team and led them out onto the pitch. After the game they met the players and played on the Olympic pitch. As a result of this, many of our children are or already have joined a local hockey club.

Kit

Equipment

Play Squad Uniforms

Play Squad playground equipment

Play Squad shed for storage and safe and easy access to equipment

PE Equipment

Indoor Athletics equipment

Dodgeballs

Shinpads

Skipping ropes

7x3 Football Goals x 2

Netballs

Bibs

Space hoppers

Basketball hoops

Tunnels

Howlers

£787

£199

£820 £359

£1004

Total £2382

Predicted Spend

£3738

Sports kit is essential for our children and helps them to really understand one of our school values 'Belonging'. It makes them feel a part of the team/squad, proud to wear the badge which helps them to be their best.

Essential for high quality PE lessons and sports clubs.

Swimming

Total

£520

To identify children within year 6 that cannot swim 25 metres confidently and offer them free lessons before school. We have secured a block booking of 6 weeks x2 with a local school for the summer term.

CPD Upskilling Teachers

Total

£1000

To upskill our midday assistants in how to deliver active lunchtimes using positive play.

To upskill teachers, providing them with easy to use activity packs to promote and deliver active core subject lessons. In addition, training them in quick and easy to follow multi-sport games that can be linked to the connected curriculum through learning and life skills.

Total

£21,893

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Darlinghurst Academy Sports Data

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18/19 Swimming Data

110 children in year 6

72% of our children can swim 25m or more

33% of our children can self-rescue

61% of our children can use a variety of strokes