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East Sheen Primary

Upper Richmond Rd West, London, SW14 8ED

Sport Premium

 

Sport Premium Overview

The government has provided additional funding since 2013 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. The government has committed to the sports’ premium funding until 2020, with the amount doubling from September 2017. Last academic year our school received a grant of £20,450.

SPORTS PREMIUM STRATEGY Sept 2019

Next Review Date Sept 2020

Introduction

The Sports Premium Grant (SPG) is government funding to provide additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of all primary-aged pupils, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.

Eligibility

The school receives a fixed grant of £16,000 plus £10 for every Yr1 to Yr6 pupil on the school role at the time of the January census.  This equated to £20,120

The government has committed to the sports’ premium funding until 2020.

Impact

243 out a possible 478 pupils (Y1-Y6) have had opportunity to represent the school at sports events:

  • London Champions: Athletics;
  • London Silver medallists: Tag Rugby, and
  • Borough Champions: Athletics, Tag Rugby (KS2 and KS1) and boys Kwik cricket.

External provision by Next Step Sport (NSSport): multi skills, boys and girls football, yoga, gymnastics, dodgeball.

Teachers have run hockey, netball and running clubs.

NSSport who provide our sports' coaching, after school sports' clubs and activity holiday camps were graded "outstanding" for their childcare provision at their inspection in October 2017. From September 2018, NSSport have also provided the wrap-around care at school.

The school continues to participate in all borough tournaments and every opportunity is taken to extend competitive sports to all year groups from Y1-Y6.  Inter house tournaments take place termly to ensure all children enjoy team competition. Our Running Club is now so popular that additional year group lunchtime clubs have also started.

The “Phoenix Mile”, which is part of the daily mile initiative where children run a route around the school on a regular basis, has improved fitness levels and raised activity further.

SPORTS PREMIUM BUDGET ALLOCATIONS

INCOME based on 2019 Jan census

TOTAL Funding Sept 19 -Aug 20

 

1 @ £16,000

} £20,120

412 @ £10

       

Programme element

 

Expenditure

 

Detail

Budget
£

Actual
£

Sports' coaches to attend events

 

100

 

Whitton Partnership (borough competitions)

 

1,000

 

afPE quality mark

 

220

 

Sports tournaments

 

1,000

 

Sports Day venue hire, equipment, subsidy for transport to venue

 

1,600

 

Swimming lane hire for gala trials

 

100

 

Swimming lane hire for Y6 swimming assessment

 

300

 

Oyster Cards for adults accompanying Y3, Y4, Y6 to swimming lessons

 

1,500

 

Cover to release staff to take children to events

 

3,000

 

Cover to release PE coordinator for sports audit/gold mark

 

1,200

 

Coordinator release time

 

1,000

 

Resources

 

2,000

 

Playtime equipment/games

 

300

 

Sports coaches to support/train SMSAs (6x coaches per week)

 

3,800

 

Contribution to PTA playground running track to support the "daily mile" initiative and 30:30 activity

 

 

 

Contribution to OPAL (outdoor play and learning)-improve activity at playtimes

 

3,000

 

 

Total

20,120

 

 

 

 

  • Item

Cost

Date

Travel card top ups

£200

September 2018

Repairs to equipment

1418.03

September 2018

Sports day

£240

September 2018

Primary Buy Back RSSP

1300

September 2018

High 5 coaching workshops (VS and CS)

£100

November 2018

Sport and Fitness SLA

£400

November 2018

Resources

£695.08

September-December 2018

Total to 21/12/18

4353.11

 

Travel card top ups

£300

Jan-April 2019

Resources

£300

Jan-April 2019

Playtime resources (balls)

£150

April 2019

Kit for representing school/borough

101.20

Jan-April 2019

Cover for staff attending events

£177

Feb 2019

NSSport lunchtime coaches

£1000

Jan-April 2019

Total to 05/04/19

£6381.31

 

Travel card top up

£230

April-July

Resources

£2634

April-July

Playtime equipment

100

April-July

Swimming lane hire gala

100

April-July

Coordinator release

1000

April-July

Gold quality mark assessment+ audit time

1220

April-July

Sports coaches at lunchtime ( balance for year)

4000

April-July

Cover for staff taking teams to events

500

April-July

Sports Day Venue + equipment, van rental, water fruit

484.45

April-July

Borough sports contribution

200

April-July

Cycle Plan

1200

April-July

Repairs to climbing frame/trim trail +new parts

2000

April-July

Annual inspection of equipment

60

April-July

 

£20109.31

Total for year

 

Sports Premium 2019-2020 Proposed spending:

  • Sports' coaches to attend events: £1000
  • Whitton Partnership (borough competitions): £1000
  • Primary buy-back RSSP 1300
  • afPE quality mark: £220
  • Sports tournaments: £1000
  • Sports Day venue hire, equipment, subsidy for transport to venue: £1000
  • Swimming lane hire for gala trials: £100
  • Swimming lane hire for Y6 swimming assessment £300
  • Oyster Cards for adults accompanying Y3, Y4, Y6 to swimming lessons:£1000
  • Cover to release staff to take children to events: £3000
  • Cover to release PE coordinator for sports audit/gold mark: £1200
  • Coordinator release time £1000
  • Training; 500
  • Cycle Plan 1500
  • Resources: £2000  
  • Maintenance and equipment repairs: 3500
  • Playtime equipment/games: £500
  • Total proposed 20,120

 

 

 

 

Year 6 Swimming

Can swim 25m

80%

 

Can swim range of strokes

80%

 

Can use survival techniques

50% This will be introduced to swimming programme 2019-2020

 

 

  • Total proposed 20,120
  • Item

Cost

Date

Travel card top ups

£200

September 2018

Repairs to equipment

1418.03

September 2018

Sports day

£240

September 2018

Primary Buy Back RSSP

1300

September 2018

High 5 coaching workshops (VS and CS)

£100

November 2018

Sport and Fitness SLA

£400

November 2018

Resources

£695.08

September-December 2018

Total to 21/12/18

4353.11

 

Travel card top ups

£300

Jan-April 2019

Resources

£300

Jan-April 2019

Playtime resources (balls)

£150

April 2019

Kit for representing school/borough

101.20

Jan-April 2019

Cover for staff attending events

£177

Feb 2019

NSSport lunchtime coaches

£1000

Jan-April 2019

Total to 05/04/19

£6381.31

 

Travel card top up

£230

April-July

Resources

£2634

April-July

Playtime equipment

100

April-July

Swimming lane hire gala

100

April-July

Coordinator release

1000

April-July

Gold quality mark assessment+ audit time

1220

April-July

Sports coaches at lunchtime ( balance for year)

4000

April-July

Cover for staff taking teams to events

500

April-July

Sports Day Venue + equipment, van rental, water fruit

484.45

April-July

Borough sports contribution

200

April-July

Cycle Plan

1200

April-July

Repairs to climbing frame/trim trail +new parts

2000

April-July

Annual inspection of equipment

60

April-July

 

£20109.31

Total for year

 

Sports Premium 2019-2020 Proposed spending:

  • Sports' coaches to attend events: £1000
  • Whitton Partnership (borough competitions): £1000
  • Primary buy-back RSSP 1300
  • afPE quality mark: £220
  • Sports tournaments: £1000
  • Sports Day venue hire, equipment, subsidy for transport to venue: £1000
  • Swimming lane hire for gala trials: £100
  • Swimming lane hire for Y6 swimming assessment £300
  • Oyster Cards for adults accompanying Y3, Y4, Y6 to swimming lessons:£1000
  • Cover to release staff to take children to events: £3000
  • Cover to release PE coordinator for sports audit/gold mark: £1200
  • Coordinator release time £1000
  • Training; 500
  • Cycle Plan 1500
  • Resources: £2000  
  • Maintenance and equipment repairs: 3500
  • Playtime equipment/games: £500
  • Total proposed 20,120

Swimming

Children in Y3 and Y4 attend Putney Swimming Pool for swimming lessons. All children in Y3 swim for two terms and children in Y4 swim for one term. Children compete in the Richmond Borough Large Schools Gala each year. In 2018 the Boys’ team came 4th out of all schools in the competition, with one boy winning gold in the freestyle to become borough champion. In 2019 1 boy-borough champion in freestyle. Boys' relay finalists.

Y6 Swimming 2019

How many pupils within your year 6 cohort can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

80%

How many pupils within your year 6 cohort can use a range of strokes effectively

80%

How many pupils within your year 6 cohort can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

80%