What does the Sport Premium mean for my School?
- ‘Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this’ (DfE June 2013).
- At Craven Primary Academy we believe PE & Sport plays an important role in making our vision statement a reality for every pupil, with the potential to change young people’s lives for the better.
- Along with spending the Sports Premium Grant to improve sporting equipment, we also fund opportunities for children that they would not normally get the chance to take part in, such as NAPA and Rock Challenge.
- Through PE & Sport our children learn to develop the important qualities of discipline, resilience, communication, team work, and ambition, leading to improved concentration, attitude, and academic achievement.
- We are delighted to inform you that following hte hard work of the children and staff last year Craven Primary Academy acheived GOLD Games Mark Award for our commitement, engagement and delivery of competitive school sport!
- We have welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to provide additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. We are committed to using this resource in developing high quality PE lessons, alongside greater opportunities for sporting competitions and clubs for all our young people.
- ‘Schools will also be required to include details of their provision of PE and sport on their website, alongside details of their broader curriculum, so that parents can compare sports provision between schools, both within and beyond the school day’-(DfE June 2013)
You can read more about how we utilise the PE and Sports Premium funding on our Statutory Information page here.
Here is our plan for how we intend to spend our Sports Premium Grant for 2020/21
Craven Primary Academy Academy Sports Premium 2020-21
Amount of Primary School Sports Grant Received
Primary School Sports Grant Lump Sum
Amount leftover from 2019-20 due to Covid-19
Total amount to spend in 2020-21
Total number of pupils on roll
242 (Including Nursery)
Proposed amount spent
£30,200 (The academy will contribute the deficit)
To maximise the use of School Sport Premium Funding to ensure a legacy of delivery high quality PE & Sport in KS1 and KS2, resulting in accelerated progress in the subject supporting the National Curriculum.
To promote a love of physical activity for both adults and children with confidence to teach and learn.
Encourage a state of total fitness including social, mental and physical by supporting the government’s initiative to prevent and treat obesity as well as competing in competitions.
All teaching staff to develop their understanding of Physical Activity & Promotion of Health & Well Being while delivering high quality lessons in accordance with the Teacher’s Standards. (Ref: Pages 5-9 School Inspection Handbook)
What are we going to do?
How are we going to do it?
Raising the standard of teaching and learning in PE
To improve the PE curriculum and the quality of teaching and learning
Coaching and mentoring of all teachers by skilled coaches.
Utilise the skills of the PE lead in the academy in mentoring staff.
High quality CPD coaching and mentoring by NHSN colleagues, ensuring that the quality of PE teaching at least matches that in the core subjects.
Competitive School Sport
Increase participation levels in extracurricular sport
To continue and extend the opportunities for competitive and non-competitive sport with other local schools and academies.
Maintain current competitive activities
-Sports coaches organise tournaments to link with skills being taught in classes (tag rugby, dodge ball, canoeing)
- PE lead to organise cluster competitions
- PE lead to liaise with secondary schools and local clubs for sport
|Healthy Active Lifestyles Ensuring all children are encouraged to take regular exercise|
To improve the health choices of our pupils and lead an active lifestyle.
Provide daily fruit for pupils.
Through children participating in sports and games both within the Academy and with partner schools and Academies locally.
Every child a swimmer
Year 4 pupils will attend swimming lessons. Those pupils who have not passed swimming in Year 5 and 6 will also be given extra swimming lessons. Those vulnerable and who have never swam before in Year 3 will also be given swimming lessons.
Targetted swimming lessons .
|Ready to learn and take part|
Ensure all children in the academy to have the uniform to take part in PE effectively and also partake in team sports.
All children in the academy to have new PE kits bought for them.
The academy to purchase new sports kits for lower and upper key stage two.
|Have the equipment to learn|
To audit and purchase new equipment to be able to teach our new curriculum properly.
Purchase new equipment after an audit to ensure that the new curriculum can be taught to a high standard.
Have a life experience that children would not have had before
Children to access sporting experiences and healthy lif
estyle opportunities that they would not normally have
How will achieve these goals?
PE Lead NAPA
Children will take part in weekly NAPA sessions that allow them to develop skills in dance and performing art.
They will develop positive attitudes to dance and performance.
Head / SLT
Sports Development Officer
School Sport Coaches
Some aspects of the PE curriculum have been redesigned and as such will need to ensure that age appropriate resources are available for the lessons to be as effective as possible.
Head / SLT
The academy will ensure that by the time all children leave the academy they have developed an important life skill.
Additional Swimming Lessons
Head / SLT
Early identification of those children who may struggle to pass swimming, or extra tuition for those who have not passed previously will be available to ensure that all children at Craven are competent swimmers.
Resupply of school PE kits for children who need it and academy kits for specific competitions.
Business admin + PE lead
All children form Y1-Y6 to have a PE kit consisting of black shorts, blue Delta t-shirt and black sandshoes so that they are equipped for PE lessons.
Time for PE leader to monitor PE provision and the impact
To improve monitoring of PE To improve leadership of PE To further develop knowledge of the new PE curriculum To seek views of pupils and staff on PE Increase and monitor participation rates.
Extra Curricular Trips and experiences to inspire children to take part in sport and adopt healthy lifestyles.
Head / SLT
These have not yet been allocated into terms or itemised into specific spend due to Covid-19; however, at the earliest possible opportunity, the academy aims to allocate some of its sports funding to supplement its ‘EXPECTATIONS’ driver that will raise children’s aspirations and encourage children to take part in sport.
Develop more opportunities for physical development in the EYFS
Children in the EYFS will become healthier and take part in more physical activity because of the appropriate allocation of the SPG.
Total spend £30,200