Sports Premium

The Royal School

This provision is reviewed at every governor meeting (See dates on website)

Use of Sports Premium 2018-19

For the 2018-19 year, we will receive £14,750 of Sports Premium funding.

Planned Use

Key actions

2018-19

  •     Staff / TA Training
  •     Extra staffing to ensure PE is taught with a TA in small classes.
  •     Introduction of a free lunchtime club to expand pupils experience of sports.
  •     Support for additional after-school clubs.
  •     Provide an opportunity for inter-school competitions using our ‘houses’.
  •     Assessment for learning techniques used in PE lessons (staff CPD and pupil tracking system)
  • Support for children to compete in an inter-school tournament.

Monitoring strategies will include Performance Management, review of additional services, parental opinions and self-esteem of the children.

2018/19 Spending to end of Autumn 1 Term 2018.

Action

Impact

Cost

Sports Coaching- specialist teacher who teaches PE to the whole school alongside the classroom teacher.

Includes a martial arts free lunchtime club

Additional high-quality PE teacher supports curriculum and provides professional development for classroom teachers.

£2100

Keeping a one to eleven ratio in all PE lessons to allow effective assessment for learning techniques to be implemented.

Children’s tracked progress in PE has shown marked improvement when compared to previous years.

£1,808.83

 

 

 

For the 2017-18 year, we received £14,750 of Sports Premium funding.

Action

Impact

Cost

Sports Coaching- specialist teacher who teaches PE to the whole school alongside the classroom teacher.

Additional high-quality PE teacher supports curriculum and provides professional development for classroom teachers.

£4717.50

Baseline assessment days provided by specialist alongside teachers with report to feed into curriculum development.

Specific targets set for each class and child to plan for individual progress.

£149.40

 

Keeping a one to eleven ratio in all PE lessons to allow effective assessment for learning techniques to be implemented.

Children’s tracked progress in PE has shown marked improvement when compared to previous years.

£9,853.10

 

Use of Sports Premium 2016-17

 

Our Provision

At The Royal School, the funding received in 2016-17 was spent to cover the cost of:

  •          A teacher delivering PE and PLT membership
  •          Our membership to Windsor Sports Partnership,
  •          Sports Coaching for each class.
  •          Additional PE equipment
  •          Hosing and inter-school cross-country event.

 

Impact

Below is a summary of how the pupil premium was used during 2016/17 

Proposed Action

Impact

Cost

Sports Coaching- specialist teacher who teaches PE to the whole school.

Additional high-quality PE teacher supports curriculum for such a small team of staff.

£2,730

Our membership to Windsor Sports Partnership

The partnership coordinates tournaments across all Windsor Schools.

Specialist teachers who run PE sessions at school with the children and training for the staff impact the quality of our provision.

Tournaments provide valuable inter-school competitions.

£3,500

 

Additional training + teacher delivering PE

PE training and support is essential to deliver high-quality teaching.

£2,350