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Sports Premium

Actual Expenditure 2019-20

DfE vision for PE and Sport premium: All pupils leave primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

Meon Junior are aiming to achieve the School Games mark ‘Gold’ level for participation in sport during the academic year 2019-2020.

 

Swimming Competency of Year 6 Cohort Academic year 2019/2020

Swimming Competency of Year 6 Cohort Academic year 2019/2020 Number of children who meet the competency- Only 2 classes (60 pupils) out of 3 did swimming lessons due to Covid-19 Out of a possible:
Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres. 66% 83
Use a range of strokes effectively. 55% 83
Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations. 66% 83

 

 

 

Actual uses for the Sports Premium for development and improvements 2019-20

Funding 2019-2020- £19,628

Impact Actual Expenditure
Entry in to Silver Package with Portsmouth Schools‛ Sports Partnership.

  • Quality professional development opportunities for staff.
  • Specialist coaching across the school.
  • Support to develop and embed REAL PE and REAL gym across the school.
  • Entry into local competitions and sporting events
  • School Games Silver award would have been achieved again this year. The School Games mark is a Government-led award scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community.
  • Children have been able to participate in competitions and tournaments within Portsmouth until schools closed.Children have been able to participate in competitions against their peers
  • Improved quality of teaching and children’s experiences. CPD only completed with two year groups due to schools closing.
  • Improved teachers’ level of confidence and skills for new and existing staff.
  • Children have been able to participate in competitions and tournaments within Portsmouth until schools closed.
  • Portsmouth Sports Partnership have provided sports coaches who taught our vulnerable pupils and pupils of keyworkers throughout April, May, June and July 2020.
£4,800
Subscription to REAL PE digital platform  

  • Quality resources to teach PE and sport more effectively and embed a whole school approach
£395
  • Lunchtime provision:
    • Pompey in the Community (daily sports coach)
    • Additional lunchtime staff to organise playground games with the children
    • Behaviour lead to drive improvement in physical activity and sports at lunchtime
 

  • Children from across all year groups are active and participate in sports at lunchtime.
£11,722
  • Nurture session with vulnerable pupils to teach healthy lifestyles
.

  • Children have been encouraged to adopt healthy lifestyles.
£1,991
PE Equipment

  • Increase the range of sports that pupils are taught
  • PE lessons are well resourced and there is a broad range of sports covered.

 

  • Pupils had opportunities to play table tennis.

 

  • Pupils in school during COVID had access to equipment in their bubbles and were active and engaged in PE sessions. This included: pupils of key workers and vulnerable pupils x60  and 78 year 6 pupils.

 

  • Additional equipment had allowed sport to continue using social distancing.
£720
Total £19,628

Actual Expenditure 2018-19

DfE vision for PE and Sport premium: All pupils leave primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

Meon Junior are aiming to achieve the School Games mark ‘Gold’ level for participation in sport during the academic year 2019-2020.

 

 

Actual uses for the Sports Premium for development and improvements 2018-19 Impact Actual Expenditure
Entry in to Silver Package with Portsmouth Schools‛ Sports Partnership.

  • Quality professional development opportunities for staff.
  • Specialist coaching across the school.
  • Support to develop and embed REAL PE and REAL gym across the school.
  • Entry into local competitions and sporting events
  • Improved quality of teaching and children’s experiences.
  • Improved teachers’ level of confidence and skills for new and existing staff.
  • School Games Silver award achieved again this year 2018-2019. The School Games mark is a Government-led award scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community.
  • Children have been able to participate in competitions and tournaments within Portsmouth and The Hampshire Games Tournaments.
£8587
 

  • Lunchtime sports clubs run by external providers:
    • Pompey in the Community
    • Karate
    • Additional lunchtime staff to organise playground games with the children
 

  • Children have been more active and participated in sports during lunchtimes.
£8164
  • Nurture session with vulnerable pupils to teach healthy lifestyles
.

  • Children have been encouraged to adopt healthy lifestyles.
£3265
Equipment
  • PE Equipment service
  • Entrance to Portsmouth School’s football
  • Equipment for sports day and foam balls
£835
Total £20,851