The Sports Premium Grant is money provided directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for children. The sport funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools, which have the freedom to choose how they do this. Every school is given a lump sum and additional payments based on pupil numbers.
Weston Point CommunityPrimary School use the premium to:
1. To improve the quality of PE already in place in school.
2. To ensure that all pupils improve their health, sports skills, emotional well-being and physical aptitude.
3. To increase participation levels in both extra-curricular and competitive sport, involving pupil teams
4. To give all pupils an opportunity to experience a wide range of sporting activities throughout the year.
5. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.
The National Curriculum aims are for all children:
To be physically active, working towards a target of 30 minutes activity during and after the school day (excluding general playtimes)
To excel in a broad range of activities
To engage in competition
To lead healthy lifestyles
Overview of the school Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received for 21-22
Total number of pupils on roll (Rec-Y6) 171
Total amount of Sports Premium received 2021/ 22 £10 000
Total amount spent £ 10 800 Appointment of Sports Coach hours increased to 20 hrs
Cost 15 000
EYFS £3000 outdoor curriculum equipment
Additional spend School Budget
Enjoy / improve / achieve / participate / celebrate /togetherness.
Our mission is to enable children to show there full potential and achive there goals. We are truly engaged to bring the best for the school as we really want everbody that comes to receive the best we can provide.
Respect / Aspiration / Responsibility / Pride
We believe that the children at Weston Point deserve a better active life and a healthy future. Sports is a great way to get your child to socialise and make them become a very healthy and active adult in the very near future. We really want all of the children in our school to have the best active life possible adn sports is a great way to make that happen, as the majority of the sports we do at this school are very active and make you a healthy human being. As fans of sport we would like to provide the best to this school within the sports community. Respect, respect in sports is a crucial trait, as in sports it is important to treat everyone with respect.You can treat people with respect in many ways from shaking hands to stating good luck
At Weston Point Community Primary School, Mr Flanders is the P.E. and Sport Leader with responsibility for developing sport and effective use of Sport Premium Funding. Our school strives to promote healthy and active lifestyles and aim to provide sporting opportunities for all our pupils. We welcome the additional funding, which will further enhance our provision and provide additional opportunities for increased participation.
The 2016-2017 Sport Premium funding will be used for:
1) Investing in HBC Basic Service Level Agreement which provides the school with the following:
Specialist coaches to introduce the children to new sports .This year Archery, Multi Cultural sports , child/parent participation
Access to a limited amount of transport
Participation, inclusion and excellence opportunities
CPD (staff training) for curriculum physical education
Promotion and development of links to local sports clubs
Development and running of specialist sports activity days
2) Purchase of specialist sport equipment
3) Course attendance and Subject Leader training for MrFlanders.
4) Opportunities for children to participate in outdoor and adventourous activities
5) After school specialist sports clubs Healthy Hero`s.
6) Swimming sessions for years 3, 4 5 6 (part funded).
7. implementation of The Rawmarsh Sports Curriculum Programme
8. Playground marking ie netball court marking , playground marking for additional games
9.Purchase of trophies and medals for in school competitions
Evidence of Impact:
The impact of Sport Premium Funding is extremely promising and the funding has already impacted our school in the following ways:
Increased attendance at after school sport clubs Higher levels of pupil interest and enjoyment in sport and sport-related activities
Improved Skill levels with teachers clearly focussed on developing sporting skills within each lesson and across a course of lessons
Higher numbers of pupils participating in intra-school competitive events
Increased engagement of staff in our school's P.E. and Sport initiative.
Sport is important for your health, some poplar sport's are: football,basketball, cricket, tennis ,rugby and netball.Exercise is very important for a healthy balanced lifestyle