Sports Funding & Swimming

 

PE and Sport Funding

From September 2013 the government allocated funding directly to primary schools to support the provision of quality Sport/PE.  From 2013-2016, each school will received £8000 pa plus a further £5 per pupil. From September 2017, the government is providing further funding to improve physical education and sport in primary schools so for the academic year of 2017-2018, Little Plumstead will receive £17,770. 

 

To date we have received the following amounts:

2013/14 - £5,371 (from October 2013 to April 2014)

2014/15 - £8,573

2015/16 - £8,829

2016/2017 - £8,842

2017/2018 - £17,770

 

 Below is how plan to spend this grant:

  • Training and professional development of teachers and other staff who teach PE. This includes two consecutive gymnastic training sessions with Kevin Holland, Norfolk Education Advisor who specialises in PE.
  • Developing and improving our physical educational resources, including new portable basketball hoops for indoor training.
  • Taking part in more competitions, e.g. Norwich East School Sports Partnership events, Norfolk School Games, Cluster events.
  • Emphasising the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle through our annual Health Week and The Legacy Challenge.  
  • Introducing the children to new sporting activities and opportunities.
  • Subject leader time to develop the subject as whole, including assessment across the school. 

 Please note that this is a working document and may be altered throughout the year.

 

Following a successful Sportshall Athletics club, we have used some of our Sports Premium funding to purchase our own equipment. Norwich East School Sports Partnership had kindly loaned us theirs.
Swimming Overview
 
By April 2018, schools need to report on the numbers of children achieving the following in swimming by the end of KS2.  
 

 

2015

2016

2017

Y6 Cohort Size

 23

26 

 29

Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

 96%

 85%

 90%

Use a range of strokes effectively

 

96% 

85% 

 90%

Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

 

 96%

85% 

 90%