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Sport Premium spend 14/15

What does the 2014/2015 Funding mean for my School?

At Phillimore Primary School we have split the funding into the three key areas for consideration: Physical Education, Healthy Active Lifestyles and Competitive Sport. We will spend our external funding (which this year includes the Sport Premium grant: £9,740, an Awards for All Grant: £9832, A MoveMore Small Sparks fund: £300 and a Sport England Primary Spaces grant: £30,000, remainder of Change for Life grant: £1,228) on the following which will boost our existing programmes:


Physical Education:

Raising standards of all our children

in Physical Education






Increase staff subject knowledge and confidence in PE


A co-ordinated approach to CPD across the school to support the development of PE and Sport

Staff deliver high quality PE lessons


Based on a skills/knowledge audit conducted July 2013 every year group teaching and support staff (F1 to Y6) to receive support (CPD) working alongside PE specialists to deliver high quality lessons in at least one area of activity (Dance, Gymnastics, Games including Paralympic sports)

EY staff training in Balance Ability










Staff have a good understanding of PE, Sport and Physical Activity

3 staff meetings with a PE and Sport focus led by PLT/PE co-ordinator to provide training to raise confidence and competence in teaching PE and school sport

A variety of PE/School Sport courses and conference attended by PLT/PE co-ordinator

PE lesson observations carried out by PE co-ordinator














Healthy Active Lifestyles:

Ensuring all our children have access to regular exercise






Increase activity levels for all, appealing to a wider range of pupils


Increased number for pupils have access to active playtimes and after school clubs

Y5/6 Cricket after school club with external coach

KS2 Cheerleading after school club to appeal to girls and previously non active children with external coach





Increased number for pupils have access to outdoor PE lessons, active playtimes and after school clubs

New play area to be designed and built to Sport England specification





Include programme of Balance Ability for younger pupils in Early Years planning

All F2 pupils follow programme of Balance Ability to introduce/increase biking skills and awareness of safety

Purchase set of balance bikes and helmets to ensure programme is sustainable






Use local facilities in community for an after school club starting March 2015 as an ‘Awards for All’ funded project as a way to signpost both parent and child to physical activities run outside the remit of school

Set up Athletics, Trampolining, Basketball, Table tennis clubs at the EIS with external coaches overseen by members of school staff culminating in a festival for parents









Meet needs/interests of a wider range of pupils

Use local facility ‘Ice Sheffield’ for temporary curriculum Skating and Curling lessons. Set up New Age Kurling club at school with equipment






Competitve School Sport:


Increasing pupils’ participation in extra- curricular sport





Increase opportunities for competitive sport for all pupils

Improved numbers including pupils not currently participating in competitive sport

Staffing/transport to enable pupils to participate in inter school sports festivals and competition