Sports Premium

Sports Premium Evaluation 2016/17:  In collaboration with the Health and Well being lead, we have changed the format of our evaluation document.  For your information details of our spending and impact are available in this document.
PE Sport funding – 2015/2016

What is PE Sport Funding?

The Government provides additional funding for physical education (PE) and sport in schools.

This funding is to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision resulting in increased numbers of pupils developing healthy life styles, raising their performance levels and engaging in PE and sport.

The additional PE and sport funding allocated to Teesville Primary School from 1st September for the academic year 2015/2016 is £9,500

How is it spent?

The additional PE and sport funding pays in part for the:

Employment of a specialist PE coach providing high quality PE CPD
Increased quality for the teaching of PE through class lessons and staff observations.
Additional lunchtime and after school clubs – the school currently runs 10 clubs each week
Assisted places enabling vulnerable pupils to attend school clubs
Free spaces for outdoor education residential visits for all Y5/6 pupils
Increasing the number of inter-school sports competitions with local schools
SLA for the School sports partnership

What is the impact of the additional PE funding on pupils?
The impact on pupils of the additional PE and Sport funding is measured at the end of each academic year:

72% of KS2 children have attended a school club this year.
50% of KS2 children have attended more than one school club this year.
35% of KS2 children attended an out of school club this year.
94% have enjoyed P.E lesson and school club activities.
92% of KS2 children believe that attending a school club will help them make ‘healthy’ choices when they are older.
88% of KS2 children believe they are taught teamwork and fair play skills in P.E lessons and school clubs.
92% of KS2 children think that our school offers a good range of sports covered through lessons and clubs.
100% of KS2 children have taken part in inter-school competitions this year.
82% of KS2 children enjoy inter-class competitions against other classes.
67% of KS2 children regularly play sport related games at break and lunchtimes.

PE DATA: END OF YEAR KS2 P.E SURVEY 2015- 2016

Question

Yes

No

Have you attended a school club (after school or lunch) for at least 1 half term this year? 72%

Have you attended more than one school club (after school or lunch) for at least 1 half term this year? 65%

Do you attend out of school clubs on week nights or the weekend? 35%

Do you enjoy P.E lesson activities/games you play and the sports clubs you attend? 94%

Do you feel attending a school club now will help you lead a more healthy life? 92

Have you taken part in an inter-school competition in P.E this year? (competition against other schools) 88%

Do you feel P.E lessons and sports clubs teach you the importance of fair play and how to work well in a team? 92%

Do you feel there is a good choice of sports in P.E lessons and school clubs? 100%

Do you enjoy the inter-class competitions at the end of each half term? 82%

Do you play sport related games at break and lunch times? 67%

PE DATA ANALYSIS FOR KS2

Issues /improvements

72% of KS2 children have attended a school club this year.

50% of KS2 children have attended more than one school club this year.

35% of KS2 children attended an out of school club this year.

94% have enjoyed P.E lesson and school club activities.

92% of KS2 children believe that attending a school club will help them make ‘healthy’ choices when they are older.

88% of KS2 children believe they are taught teamwork and fair play skills in P.E lessons and school clubs.

92% of KS2 children think that our school offers a good range of sports covered through lessons and clubs.

100% of KS2 children have taken part in inter-school competitions this year.

82% of KS2 children enjoy inter-class competitions against other classes.

67% of KS2 children regularly play sport related games at break and lunchtimes.