What is Sports Premium?
The government announced funding to support the delivery of PE and School Sport. The government funding is ring fenced only to be spent on sport. The outcome is to improve teaching and learning.
Nettleham Infant Schools Vision for Sport
Our School believes that ALL pupils should be given the opportunity to become physically literate and with the opportunity to begin to develop the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation and enjoyment in physical activity and sport.
Nettleham infant school aims to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport against 5 key indicators:
How much funding do we receive?
For the academic year 2016 - 2017 Nettleham Infant School received = £8900
For the academic year 2017 - 2018 Nettleham Infant School received = £17,200
How is it spent?
The aim of the funding is to improve the quality and breadth of our PE and sporting provision and to meet this criteria we have identified a number of key priorities which include; investing in continual professional development for our staff; increasing the competitive opportunities available to all pupils; working in partnership with other schools to share expertise and resources and offering new and varied sporting opportunities for our pupils.
Proposed expenditure 2017 - 2018
Working with MSP coaching services - £4500
Renew gym equipment in school - £4000
Staff training - £1000
Total Proposed spend - £9500
Any money remaining will be utilised as part of the planned expenditure for 2018 - 2019 to refurbish outdoor provision in all areas to promote physical activity.
Children have been surveyed re: Clubs attended over the last academic year and this academic year - the table below shows the results.
|2015 - 2016||2016 - 2017|
|After school Clubs||
|Extra Curricular Clubs||
Wake Up Shake Up
Since the 2016 the school have introduced 'Wake up, Shake up' sessions during the day. We have noted that children are starting these sessions more enthusiastically than they had approached the previous 'Activate' sessions. It has been noted that children who had previously not taken part in morning activities are now happy to join in with their peers.
Staff have commented on higher levels of concentration and children who are more ready to listen and learn after participating in a session. We are working on collecting a wide range of resources to enhance this using song from films and popular culture that the children are aware of.