Sports Premium Funding at Southgate School

 

Sports Premium is allocated to schools based on the number of pupils on roll in years 1 to 6 recorded in the January Census. Schools with 17 or more pupils receive £16,000 plus £10 per pupil.

Southgate School had 43 on roll at the time of the census attracting a total of £16,430 of Sports Premium to use across the academic year to make additional and sustained improvements to the quality of PE and sport on offer and to facilitate pupils being active during break times.

We ran cycling sessions every Monday to support all our pupils to learn to ride a bike, which was differentiated to meet the needs of the pupils and supported our pupils to also learn how to look after and maintain their own bike and how to keep themselves safe when cycling on the road.

Our enrichment offer was expanded following the success of the dance class adding football as an alternative offer and proved to be very popular.  The outdoor area was further developed to include a Mindful Mile.

An outline of our sports premium spending is in the table below

Cost

Description

Impact

£4,381.32

Not including summer term

1 days per week of Sports Partnership training to upskill our teaching staff.

The staff involved are able to deliver PE to their own classes which is crucial in our growing school as the number of classes exceeds the number of sessions that our specialist PE teacher is able to deliver (only delivering PE 1 day per week)  We using this time to upskill our teachers to give them the techniques and strategies to deliver a meaningful PE curriculum to meet the range of complex needs of our pupils

£420.00

This funded a dance coach to come in on Tuesday afternoons to provide enrichment.

This session has proved very popular and has been very well attended by pupils of all abilities. Teachers and support staff attend and have been able to lead sessions themselves.

£320.00

This funded a football coach to come in on Tuesday afternoons to provide enrichment.

The football coach has engaged many of our pupils in sport including pupils who are often more difficult to engage in PE lessons.

£352.50

Membership of Pennine Sports Partnership

This has provided guidance and ideas which have supported the development of teacher resources (see below) and improving the delivery of PE.

£395.85

Basketball goals

These were included in a previous Sport Premium allocation but the amount was an estimated cost of £1000.  The invoice was 1395.85

The impact of adding these to our outdoor PE provision is the greater scope for pupils to improve their hand eye coordination and ball skills.

£995.00

Installation of Basketball goals

These were included in a previous Sport Premium allocation but the amount was an estimated cost of £1000.  The invoice was 1995.00

The impact of adding these to our outdoor PE provision is the greater scope for pupils to improve their hand eye coordination and ball skills.

£380.32

£458.29

£189.20

£837.39

£836.10

Subtotal

£2.701.30

PE Resources

Dance equipment

Balls, Shuttlecocks, etc

Rebounder equipment

Adhoc resources

Table Tennis & Balance Benches

Enabling the continuing improvement of our PE offer by providing access to a wider range of activities whilst meeting the developmental needs of all pupils.

£2,486.46

Not including summer term

Staff time (6 hours per week) Cycling

This has enabled pupils to access small group cycling tuition both on and off-site, as appropriate for pupil groupings. This activity has been particularly popular with our pupils and will continue next year.

£500.00

Transport – Funds used to support the use of the school minibuses for pupil trips out to provide opportunities to be physically active.

The minibuses provide transport to enable our pupils to access the swimming offer twice each week, planned activities provided by our Outdoor Leaders and class trips. Many of our pupils would not be able to access the wider curriculum without this transport.

£2,486.46

Staff time – Intervention staff member to support Swimming

The emotional and practical support of the Intervention Team, in addition to class staff, enables the pupils to make this transition to access swimming lessons. This is a valuable and meaningful element of pupil learning and development.

£202.07

Maintenance of white lines

This enables the on-going use of the sport courts.

Total:   £15,240.96

Swimming:  19 pupils accessed our swimming provision during this academic year.  Unfortunately, their progress was not recorded as the course was incomplete.

From our premium of 16,430.00, we have spent 15,240.96 this year allowing a carry over of £1,189.04 to put towards our outdoor resources.

Plans for Sports Premium Spending 2020/21: We are planning to make a substantial investment on a range of equipment and resources that will support the engagement of active play in our outdoor areas. Our cycling provision will be extended to benefit more pupils.  We will also invest the time of a specialist PE teacher for 1 day per week to train our new class teachers to deliver quality PE that meets the needs of all pupils.