Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2020-2021 Evaluation
Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2021-2022
Sports Premium Full Report Below
PE and Sports Funding for year 2021 – 2022
Physical Education is an integral part of teaching and learning at Perrymount Primary School. Pupils learn the importance of health and fitness, along with the importance of developing healthy & active lifestyles, through the core areas of Dance, Gymnastics and Games. Outdoor and Adventurous Activity and Athletics are also taught.
All children receive a minimum of 2 hours of P.E. per week.
Swimming is a key feature in the PE curriculum, as it is also a life skill. 2 classes currently take part in swimming lessons annually.
The PE and Sport premium introduced by the government in 2013 (£150 million per year across all schools), is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils by providing additional funding. This funding (which is ring-fenced) is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and is being allocated to primary schools across the country.
This premium, which was initially introduced for 3 years, has since been extended and increased due to the continuing need to raise the physical activity of children.
The additional premium has allowed the school to continue its involvement in the school sports partnership, which offers competitive sporting opportunities for all age groups.
While recognising the importance of competitive sport, the emphasis is placed on participation and ensuring that all children have access to a broad and balanced PE curriculum, so hopefully recognising the importance of of physical activity while developing lifelong enjoyment of physical activity.
Record of Sports Grant 2021 – 2022
For 2021 – 2022 our allocation was £17,560
|Sports coach employed one day per week to increase physical activity of children and improve variety of sports offered.||£4000||Sports coach to provide expertise in a variety of sports. To improve children’s physical activity and enjoyment of sports.|
|Sports coach to run one lunchtime and two afterschool clubs||£2000||Sports coach to provide expertise in a variety of sports. To improve children’s physical activity and enjoyment of sports.|
|To provide subsidies for afterschool clubs for children eligible for Pupil Premium||£1000||Children have access to quality after school sports clubs. This will improve physical and mental wellbeing.|
|Swimming for three classes (Two of which are additional as they have missed out due to COVID-19).||£4500||To give each child an opportunity to become water confident and / or learn to swim in line with National Curriculum requirements.|
|Replacing of old PE stock||£1060||Updating of current equipment for Health and Safety|
|To buy into Gold service of the Lewisham Sports Partnership||£1500||To give children improved access to competitive sports with other local primary schools.|
|Training for new PE and EVC coordinator.||£2500||Course fees and supply cover. Networking with local schools for competitive sports opportunities.|
|Cricket coaching for Year 4||£1000||To improve skills in this sport allowing children to gain skills and partake in team sports.|
|What percentage of Year 6 pupils could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?||Year 6 will swim in June 2022.|
PE and Sports Funding Review of Spend 2020 – 2021
Record of Sports Grant 2021 – 2021
For 2020 – 2021 our allocation was £17,500
Due to COVID-19 it has not been possible to implement all of our planned actions. This report summarises what we have achieved.
|To purchase new PE scheme||£2000||To access a new PE scheme for the school to improve and update resources.||Scheme purchased, INSET held and scheme will be introduced in academic year 2021 – 22.|
|Purchase new equipment||£1000||To support the implementation of new PE scheme – new equipment will be needed||Equipment purchased and new curriculum supported for all activities.|
|To buy into PE library||£1200||To improve children’s physical activity and include PE as part of yearly home learning.||Library purchased ready for implementation in 2021 -22. Not implemented this academic year due to Covid-19.|
|Replacing of old PE stock||£1000||Updating of current equipment for Health and Safety||Audit of current stock undertaken by Gymfix and recommendations of repairs and purchase of new stock implemented.|
|To buy into Gold service of the Lewisham Sports Partnership||£1500||To give children improved access to competitive sports with other local primary schools.||Not available due to COVID-19|
|Additional swimming lessons||£1800||To allow additional lessons for Year 5 who missed out in 2020-2021.||Not available due to COVID 19|
|Sports coaching for BasketballFootballCricket||£5000||To improve skills in these three sports. To arrange competitive events against other schools and increase both children and teacher skills.||Only sport to happen, due to COVID, was cricket in summer term. All children invited to after school and summer school cricket. 5 children were sponsored due to their individual skill.|
|To increase physical activity during morning and lunchtime plays||£2500||To buy new equipment code coloured for different year groups (COVID implementation) to ensure choice of equipment and increased physical exercise.||Equipment purchased positive impact in playground. Children more active and enjoying their play.|
|To provide subsidies for afterschool clubs for children eligible for Pupil Premium||£1500||As numbers of children receiving pupil premium has increased to improve access outside school time to sports||Die to COVID clubs only occured|
|What percentage of Year 6 pupils could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?||Data Unavailable|