Impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium 2018/2019

2018/2019 Sports Premium Funding – Predicted Expenditure Breakdown

PE Premium:

Received July 2019 – £7,804

To be received November 2019 – £10,879

School Budget – £500

Additional Pupil Premium- £5 per pupil

Total Annual Premium Available: £19,183

Expenditure: Transport – £275
Enrichment and Visits: Pipers Vale trip, athlete visit to school – £1000
Equipment and resources spending (including repairs): £1000
PE Support: £11,310
Lunchtime clubs:  Summer Term – £1,320
Gipping Valley Sports Membership: £750
CPD for staff*: Autumn – £4480, Spring – £3670, Summer – £3260

Total spending: £15,775

*(supported lessons with specialist teachers and coaches working with Bosmere teachers)

Commentary on use of Sports Premium for Academic Year 2018/2019

A new whole-school planning scheme has been funded for the academic year, allowing greater access to resources, clear lesson sequences and improved knowledge of the technical aspects of PE.

To impact on the attainment and progress of pupils and offer sustained improvement in the provision of PE and sport at Bosmere Primary, we are spending the government funding on the following areas:

  • CPD/out of school courses for staff to improve their subject knowledge and practice in delivering high quality PE
  • Release for the PE Co-ordinator for CPD and time to impact on PE across the school
  • Increased amount of inter/intra sport festivals and competitions. For example – tag rugby, tennis, netball and Kwik Cricket events
  • Enrichment activities inside and outside of school, including lunchtime sports clubs in Summer Term.
  • Transport to local sporting events
  • Specialist teaching and coaching across the school – for example offering children high quality gymnastics and games lessons, as well as aiding the CPD of Bosmere teaching staff
  • Support from the Sports Partnership to train Young Leaders
  • Sports equipment and resources to enhance lessons and enrich the experiences of children

Year 5 Swimming Data - July 2019

Of the 55 year 5 pupils who attended weekly swimming lessons with school:

78% are able to swim at least 25mtrs (swimming competently, confidently and proficiently)

60% are able to perform safe self rescue, gaining a Personal Safety Award.

PE Sports Funding (Sept 2019)