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Holly Hill Church School, Birmingham

Sports Premium Spending

The primary PE and sport premium was introduced in March 2013 to improve the provision of physical education and school sport in primary schools across England. The £150 million per year funding is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health, and Culture, Media and Sport (DfE, DH, DCMS). The funding is allocated directly to primary schools based on the number of pupils in years 1 to 6. This means it may only be spent on improving the provision of PE and sport in schools. 

We are required to publish details on the amount of funding we receive, how we spend it, and the effect of this funding on sport participation and attainment.

PE and the Sports Premium 15/16 – analysis of spend March 2016 - We received £8580

We have been using this to maintain and enhance our sports provision: widening opportunities for pupils to develop an interest in different sports activities, and to continue to improve teachers’ knowledge through working with specialist coaches.

 

Priority

Action

Cost

Impact

Sustainability

Increase confidence, skills and knowledge in teaching new curriculum

Aspire Sports to work with:

  • Reception teachers
  • Lunchtime Supervisors

£5335

  • Increased skills and knowledge within workforce
  • Children develop enjoyment in activities from Early Years.
  • Staff build on knowledge and practice new skills.

Lunchtime physical activities

Employ  lunchtime play worker

£2500

  • Increasing variety of activities to promote enjoyment and inclusion.
  • Included in lunchtime timetable.

Equipment to support Playtimes/lunchtimes

Equipment purchased July 2015

£745

  • Increasing accessibility to wider range of equipment and ideas of games
 

 

TOTALS

£8580

 

 

We previously included Extended schools Sports clubs in Sports Premium, in 15/16 this is now included as part of Extended schools from our Pupil Premium Funding.