Stock Church of England Primary School Sports Funding 2022 – 2023
£17,740 + £5630.60 carry forward = £23,370.60
The government is providing additional funding to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. Each school will receive £16,000 for the academic year plus a top-up of £10 per eligible pupil (5-11). This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE, sport and regular physical activity in school to encourage the development of healthy active lifestyles. The following chart shows how we have allocated our funding:
|Development||Who will benefit?||Costs||Desired Impact||Progress to Date – July 2023|
Subscription to the Sports Partnership
All staff and children
|£1,614.00 – partnership subscription
£1,137.97 – TA support
£1,151.20 – Subject leader time
£630.49 – teacher release to attend competitions
||Subject leader attended PLT meetings
Children have attended many sporting competitions
Subject Leader attended meetings with regards to whole school PE schemes.
The PE teacher from Mayflower supported children with athletics training.
|Outdoor PE Equipment||All children||Tennis nets – £138.60
Tennis balls – £60.29
Bags for balls – £26.97
Replacement javelins – £91.74
||Tennis nets and balls have also been used at break times to encourage extra physical activity. Children have used them to practise for competitions and other children have joined in.|
|Swimming||Year 6||Coach –£430.76
Pool hire – 153.85
||Children who attended these sessions regularly made progress towards or completed their 25m. All children could perform their self-rescue, some adapted. Two children completed both 25m and their self-rescue.
Y6 Swimming – 79% or 22 out of 28 children can swim 25m.
|Playtime Equipment||All children||£17.33 – Equipment buckets
£104.94 – variety of playtime equipment
||Children have been very active during breaktimes. The children have been using the equipment regularly.|
|Playground Equipment||All children||£8,782.00 – Repairs, refurbishment and improvement of playground equipment.||
||Children are very active during breaktimes.
The equipment is used regularly throughout the day.
Children are skill building – team work and collaboration.
||Children were rewarded 1st, 2nd, 3rd place or well-done stickers for some of the sports day competitions.|
|Inclusion||SEN children||£220.00 – transportation||
||The children attended a bowling event at Festival Leisure Park and a pentathlon event held at The Columbus College.|
Total Spend: £14,598.04
Unspent grant – in accordance with DfE guidance PE and Sports Premium conditions of grant 2022 to 2023 (maintained schools) unspent grant will be carried to the academic year 2023-2024