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Sports Premium Funding

The government has provided funding of £320 million per annum to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school Head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. Each school receives £16,000 plus an extra £10 per pupil each year (starting 2017). We received £18,490. Money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools. The money will be used so that all children benefit regardless of their sporting ability.

 

Purpose of the funding 

All schools have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but there is freedom to choose how we do it. At AYJS we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. In addition, we believe that an innovative and varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all children. Therefore we have prioritised our spending into two main areas:

  1. Continue all teaching staffs’ development across PE.
  2. Renew necessary resources for curriculum and extra-curriculum use.
  3. Enhance the variety of sporting opportunity for all children

 

Sutainability of Sport at AYJS

We believe that it is essential to deliver to the children of AYJS, a wide variety of Sporting opportunities inside and outside the curriculum. These are provided by our enthusiastic and expert staff and also the numerous and various expert outside providers, whom we have excellent links with.

 

We recognise that these groups of people give our children and staff additional knowledge and expertise in sports and games which the school in isolation could not provide.  They also deliver to the staff additional CPD and therefore the tools and skills to provide the teaching of these Sports in the future. The crucial thing is that our children benefit, find it memorable and continue to be active and enthusiastic participants in Sport for their lifetime.

 

With all this in mind, we reach out into our community and receive Support from the following people and groups:

  • Chance to Shine Cricket (Rachel Hildreth)

  • Tennis Coaching (Local Tennis Club)

  • Chess (Peter Cloudsdale)

  • I2i Football Coaching

  • York City Knights Rugby Club (Adam Prentis)

  • YSSN (York Schools Sports Network - Andy Pope)

 

Sports Premium Funding 2018/2019

 

£18,490

£16000 plus £10/pupil

 

 

 

Spent On

Cost 18/19

Impact

 

£

 

 

 

Regular inter-school sporting competitions.

Annual Sports Partnership charge at York High School

 

Staff mentoring with specialist PE coaches for staff

 

 4423

Leadership training for PE subject leader

Various Sports Equipment Purchases

2752

Medals, trophies, rugby sets, rackets&balls, inflatable assault course, tug of war ropes, gym mats, foam bowling sets, javelin packs, etc

Repairs to Equipment

314

Annual inspection of PE equipment available for pupil play

Primary Football Registration

50

Year 5/6 football teams

Alliance Programme

350

York City Knights Rugby - Delivery of programme to Y5 & Y6

Football Kit and Logo

372

For all pupils

Yorkshire Cricket Board

150

Chance to Shine Programme - Coaching

Skate Park

350

Skate Park visit

Football Activity

195

York Bubble Football

Transport & Resources for Cricketing Events

690

Cost of travel,etc for cricketing visits and tournaments that pupils & teachers were involved with

Triathlon

95

School entry fee to take part in the event

Cycle Training

428

Promoting safety, wellbeing, fitness and positive travel habits.

Basket Ball Provision

845

Paying for Basketball Club for the year which is a club that the school could not normally provide and which increases the sporting opportunities available to children.

Transport & Resources costs for Rugby & Football Events

450

Cost of travel,etc for rugby & football visits and tournaments that pupils & teachers were involved with

Sports Co-ordinator Mobile Phone, Sporting Equipment

228

Allow school staff  to co-ordinate sporting fixtures, galas & other events.

 

 

Allow school staff  to co-ordinate sporting fixtures, galas & other events.

Supply Cover for sporting events

2790

Allow attendance at sporting finals & galas with pupils covering athletics, swimming, football, cross country, cricket, activities week, etc.

 

 

 

18/19 Academic Year Total-Actual

14482

Totals To Date

 

 

 

 

 

For Projects In Planning

 

 

Grant Bfwd From 17/18       £13,000

 

 

18/19 Grant For The Year    £18,490

 

 

Total Grant For The Year    £31,490.

 

 

18/19 Spend For The Year   £14,482

 

 

 

 

 

18/19 Grant Cfwd              £17,008

 

By the end of the academic year 100 percent of our Year 6 children could :

  • swim 25 meters
  • use a range of strokes effectively
  • perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

Sports Premium Funding 2019/2020

 

£18,500

£16000 plus £10/pupil

 

 

 

Spent On

Cost 19/20

Impact

 

£

 

 

 

Regular inter-school sporting competitions.

Annual Sports Partnership charge at York High School

 

Staff mentoring with specialist PE coaches for staff

 

 5000

Leadership training for PE subject leader

Repairs to Equipment

320

Annual inspection of PE equipment available for pupil play

Primary Football Registration

50

Year 5/6 football teams

Alliance Programme

350

York City Knights Rugby - Delivery of programme to Y5 & Y6

Football Kit Logo

400

For all pupils

Yorkshire Cricket Board

    150

Chance to Shine Programme- Coaching

Various Sports Equipment Purchases

2500

Sports equipment to replace schools old sporting equipment and the provision for introducing new sports to pupils

Transport & Resources for Sporting Events

1500

Transport and various resources costs with regrads sporting tournaments & events which pupils attend and teachers having time out of class to attend and play a coaching role.

Triathlon

100

School entry fee to take part in the event

Cycle Training

400

Promoting safety, wellbeing, fitness and positive travel habits.

Basket Ball Provision

1000

Paying for Basketball Club for the year which is a club that the school could not normally provide and which increases the sporting opportunities available to children.

Introduction of new sporting activities

1000

Paying for professional coaches to work with classes and so providing an opportunity for the year that the school could not normally provide and which increases the sporting opportunities available to children.

Sports Co-ordinator Mobile Phone, Sporting Equipment

300

Allow school staff  to co-ordinate sporting fixtures, galas & other events.

 

 

Allow school staff  to co-ordinate sporting fixtures, galas & other events.

Supply Cover for sporting events

3000

 Allow attendance at sporting finals & galas with pupils covering athletics, swimming, football, cross country, cricket, activities week, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

19/20 Academic Year Total Anticipated

16070

Totals To Date

 

 

 

 

 

For Projects In Planning

 

 

Grant Bfwd From 18/19        £17,000

 

 

19/20 Grant For The Year    £18,500

 

 

Total Grant For The Year    £35,500

 

 

19/20 Spend For The Year   £16,070

 

 

 

 

 

19/20 Grant Cfwd                £19,430

Carry forward to be used to build an artificial sporting surface (Cricket Nets) which the school can have for its own use, but also could be used for community use during the summer months.

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