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Sports Premium

Planned 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 2018-2019.

Budgeted funding for 2018-2019 is £19530

 

Planned uses for the Sports Premium for development and improvements 2018-19 Impact Planned 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
  • To Improve quality of teaching and children’s experiences.

 

  • To improve teachers’ level of confidence and skills for new and existing staff.

 

  • Children are encouraged to participate in competitions and tournaments
£4730
 

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

  • Children are encouraged to be more active and participate in sport
£5415
  • Nurture session with vulnerable pupils to teach healthy lifestyles
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  • Children are encouraged to adopt healthy lifestyles.
£2203
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Actual Expenditure 2017-18

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 achieved the School Games mark ‘Silver’ level for participation in sport during the academic year 2017-2018.

Actual funding for 2017-2018 was £19,540.

 

Actual uses for the Sport Premium for developments and improvements 2017 – 18 Impact

 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.

 

  • Children were encouraged to participate in competitions and tournaments.

 

 

£9,473
Lunchtime sports clubs run by external providers:

  • Pompey in the Community
  • Karate
  • Additional lunchtime staff to organise playground games with the children
 

  • Children are encouraged to be more active and participate in sport.
£7854
Gardening and Cookery clubs.
  • Children are encouraged to adopt healthy lifestyles.
£2203

Actual Expenditure 2016-17

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.

Budgeted funding for 2016-2017 is £9,740.

Actual uses for the Sport Premium for developments and improvements 2016 – 17 Impact

Actual Expenditure

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

  •  Training for teachers on teaching and resources.
  •  Training and additional courses for a wider range of sports provision.
  • Access to all local sports competitions and festivals.
  •  Support from experts within PE lessons alongside teachers on lesson structure, sequence and use of resources.
 

 

Improved quality of teaching and children’s experiences.

Increased level of confidence and skills for teaching staff.

More children taking part in sport and being encouraged to develop their skills in a variety of sports.

Improved quality of teaching and children’s experiences.

 

£4,200
Entrance to all local sports competitions and festivals:

  •  Provide transport provided to facilitate entrance to competitions
  •  Purchase kit for children to wear when representing the school
 

More children taking part in sport and being encouraged to develop their skills in a variety of sports.

£200
Hire of Mountbatten Centre athletics track to enhance sporting provision High quality experience provided for all children. £600
Improve PE resources and provision:

  •  Replacement of old resources
  •  Increased quantity of resources
 

Improved resources and a wider range of resources to improve the experience for pupils in their P.E. lessons.

£400
Improve and extend the facilities for physical education to add to the existing provision of the hall
and the playground. New provision to include opportunities for dance/drama/gymnastics
(expenditure includes carried forward figure).
New P.E. studio in place. This studio provides an excellent additional resource to enhance the quality of provision for all children. In addition, lunchtime sports clubs encourage children to be more active and participate in different sports. £8,356

Expenditure 2015-16

Actual uses for the Sports Premium for development and improvements 2015-16 Impact Actual Expenditure
Entry in to Silver Package with Portsmouth Schools‛ Sports Partnership.

  • Training for teachers on Real PE teaching and resources
  • Training and additional courses for a wider range of sports provision
  • Entrance to all local sports competitions and festivals
  • Support from experts within PE lessons alongside teachers on lesson structure, sequence and use of resources
  • Support and development for new PE subject leader
Increased staff knowledge and understanding. Enhanced quality of provision. Increased pupil awareness of local opportunities available. £4,200
Improve PE resources and provision:

  • Replacement of old resources
  • Increased quantity of resources
Investment in resources to support teaching. £914
Entrance to all local sports competitions and festivals

  • Provide transport provided to facilitate entrance to competitions
Increased pupil participation in qualitative sports. £240
Improve and extend the facilities for physical education to add to the current provision of the hall and the playground. New provision to include opportunities for dance/drama/gymnastics. Money to be carried forward to next academic year. Work to be completed in spring 2017. £4,016
Provision of dance workshop Enhanced quality of provision. £300