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Impact of Sport Premium 2016-2017

 Grenoside Primary School

Primary PE and Sports Premium

Evidencing Impact

2016-2017

 

‘Sports Premium’ is a funding package that was introduced by the government in 2013. This has provided schools with additional money to support the delivery of PE and sport and to promote healthy lifestyle choices in school.  Initially, the funding that Grenoside Community Primary received allowed the school to continue developing its provision. The school will continue to develop its PE curriculum, providing a rich, varied and balanced provision with resources enhanced, providing quality staff CPD and high quality teaching and learning for all children. It will also provide further exciting opportunities for all children to be challenged and allow them to compete in school and out of school.

The sporting culture within the school and local community is strong:  a large number of our children represent grassroots football teams with two children representing Sheffield in the Sheffield boys league; children represent Grenoside and Sheffield in cross country and orienteering respectively as well as many children taking part in swimming, dance and gymnastics.

Last year, the funding was £8000 plus £5 per pupil to spend on resources, CPD, specialist sports coaches and PE activities. We hope that this funding will continue to make a sustainable and lasting impact upon PE and sport at Grenoside.

What did we do and when?

Why we did it?

What difference has it made?

What did it cost?

Renewed our membership of The Points Learning Network

 

September 2016

This membership allows us access to support from Westfield Secondary School to meet School Games requirements and facilitates competitive sports events along with providing the PE coordinator with a support network with access to current developments, CPD, advice and good practise examples.

At the beginning of the school year, we achieved the Silver Games Mark (we held Bronze previously) through The School Games system.

All children were able to try Judo through this partnership.

£1150

Joined the Sheffield Federation for School Sports

 

September 2016

This gives us access to further competitive events such as cross country and football leagues.

 

We entered a Y6 and two Y5 boys football teams into the league for the first time in many years and engaged a small group of KS2 children in cross-country running.

 

£60

Additional swimming

 

February – July 2017

This allowed us to provide extra swimming to help ensure all children, regardless of special educational need or ability, have the best opportunity to meet national curriculum standards.

 

A group of children who did not achieve the National Curriculum requirement for swimming (25m) in Year 3 and 4 were able to do so.

 

 

 

What did we do and when?

Why we did it?

What difference has it made?

What did it cost?

Employed a specialist sports coach

 

(September 2016 – June 2017) 

To enable teachers to support smaller groups of children on key skills in the classroom.

Over the course of each half term, children received extra PE – on top of their two hour timetabled slots as well as more focused lessons in smaller groups to work on areas in which they needed extra support, or to be challenged further.

£1500

Steel City Staff Training and Cluster Outreach Programme

 

(September 2016)

This allows us to enter local competitive and celebratory sports events, and access to support from Mr Millar (head of PE at Yewlands Academy).

All year groups were given the opportunity to participate in a festival or other competitive event.

Sports Hall Athletics (Y5/6)

Fundamentals (Y1)

Gymnastics (KS1)

Basketball (Y4)

Multi-skills (Y3)

 

We also had specialist coaching:

Y3/4 Cricket

Y5/6 SUFC training

Y5 Rugby

 

£1200

Written by Jenni Monach

Date: November 2017