Sports Premium Funding Breakdown 2014/15
In 2014/15 we received £8865 for our sport premium fund.
We are delighted to announce that we have continued our membership with NOSSP in 2014/15 – (membership cost £4432).
Please see benefits to the school of NOSSP membership above. The remaining funding was used to fund the following:
|2014/15 In order to:||Impact:|
|Increase the number of children taking part in interschool competitions NOSSP membership has been maintained||Children took part in athletics, cricket, football, swimming, triathlon, cross-country level2 competitions with 53% of children across the school taking part in activity. We were awarded Sainsbury’s Gold medal for participation in school games|
|Sustain staff PE skills by employing specifically skilled sports’ coaches particularly in school games disciplines, to work alongside staff to support skills.(£1878)||With our partnership with North Oxfordshire School Sports Partnership, teacher and staff have had access to continued professional development. This has resulted in more confident and competent adults delivering PE, evidenced from staff questionnaire.|
|Continue professional development by providing supply cover to allow staff to attend training courses (£1422)||Having specialist teachers ensures that the curriculum is taught continuously and progressively. Children have experienced an enriched sporting programme with specialist coaches in rugby, football, hockey, cricket and gymnastics|
|Subsidise transport needed to take children to sporting events.(£480)||Relationships have been developed with Bloxham independent school who have provided specialist coaches and use of their facilities free of charge. In order to take up this offer and offer maximum benefit to the children the cost of the buses was subsidised.|
|Purchase specialist safety equipment to enable children to take part in a larger variety of sports.(£80)||A class set of shin pads were purchased so enable all children to take part in hockey and football skills training provided by specialist coaches alongside school staff|
|Subsidise after school Zumba club to provide opportunity of Non traditional sports (£30)||Zumba club up and running for terms 3,4,5 and 6.|
“Schools are free to determine how best to use this funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.”
(OFSTED Inspecting Primary School PE and School Sport – September 2013)