Sports Premium

The PE and Sport Premium Grant provides additional funding to schools to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer, to ensure all students achieve a good level of physical and emotional well-being.

Physical Education (PE) and Sport at Greenacre School plays a vital part in the total development of all pupils. The associated benefits of PE and Sport reach beyond general physical wellbeing and impact on both social and emotional health.

The school is dedicated to using the sport premium to develop a robust PE and sport provision for all pupils, including but not limited to:

– Developing pupil progress within PE and Sport lessons
– Recruiting and retaining staff with appropriate qualifications and skills to deliver the curriculum
– Increase opportunities for pupils within school
– Provide clubs for pupils to attend outside school hours
– Create sustainable links with local primary schools

– Develop existing infrastructure to allow pupils to participate in physical activity during free time
– The funding received by the school for 2018/19 was £17,140 and was used as follows:

Planned Activity Planned Outcome Spend Impact
Outdoor Trampoline Increased opportunity for primary phase pupils to participate in physical activity. £13,757.15 + VAT Unknown at this point as equipment not yet installed.
Physical education equipment. Main focus for CN pupils across school. Increase quality of PE provision in identified cohort. £1000 Sustainable equipment purchased to support ongoing delivery.

18 – 19 (A-Curric) My physical development. Track.

Hydrotherapy equipment. Continued support for pupils personalised timetables. £300 Sustainable equipment purchased to support ongoing delivery of hydro.
Primary sports competition uniform. Increase inclusivity and development sense of belonging through competitive sport. £600 EWB targets, social interaction, healthy competition inter-school opportunities.
Training for RLSS pool lifeguard qualification. Annual update for staff training. £500 Qualified lifeguards to support regular access for the widest range of pupils.
Transport and competition entry for primary phase. Increase and sustain competitive experience and outlet for all pupils. £883 Increased access to external events with accessible transport.

 

The confirmed income for 2019/20 is the same £17,140. The funding will continue to be used to support PE and sport provision for all pupils. We aim for the completed installation of the sunken trampoline to increase access for pupils over the summer term.

 

Outcomes
In addition to increasing participation in sport, the school has had a number of achievements over the last year in relation to PE and Sport:

2018/19

– Ability Challenge regional– Finished 4th in South Yorkshire
– Regional participants in primary Panathlon swimming gala.
– Attended Disport Junior Athletics – numerous places and medals.

 

2018/19

– South Yorkshire Panathlon inclusive multi-sports participants
– Regional participants in primary Panathlon swimming gala.
– Regional participants in secondary Panathlon swimming gala.
– Table cricket coached sessions from Yorkshire Cricket Board

– Upward trend (3rd consecutive year) of outcomes for pupils at end of KS4 (L3)