Update September 2018
Sport Premium Grant 2017/2018 £20220
At Great Chart primary School the Governors and Headteacher believe the purpose of the Sport Premium should be:
- To ensure PE and Sport are an integral part of the curriculum.
- To improve opportunities and provision for all pupils.
- To provide professional development and expertise from outside agencies to upskill staff to provide high quality lessons.
- To promote and encourage competition.
- To try new and exciting ways to encourage young people and their families to be active by making healthy lifestyle choice.
- To work alongside other organisations and schools to make best use of the funding for the benefit of the whole school community.
Sport premium Spending 2017-18 Summary
Great Chart Primary School Allocation: £20220
|Indicator 1 :The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity|
|5 -a-day tv||£250|
|Equipment and resources for lessons||£600|
|Cycle training KS1 and Bikeability||£2700|
|Top up swimming Yr 6||£725|
|Indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.|
|Playground markings KS1 and 2||£3000|
|Yr 6 responsibilities||£50|
|Indicator 3: Increased confidence and skill of all staff in teaching PE and sport|
|Ease sports coaches to work alongside staff KS1 and 2||£3000|
|Curriculum tennis lessons – Years 1 -6||£1500|
|Indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.|
|Forest School activities||£4000|
|Scoot Fit training||£1500|
|Hire of Julie Rose Stadium track for school visit||£105|
|Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport|
|Competition package from The North||£700|
|Ashford and District Sports Association fees||£40|
|Transport for competitions||£150|
|Competition entries -cross country||£150|
Expenditure 2017-18 – Click here for full details
87% of pupils in Year 6 can swim 25m. They have had 3 blocks of 10 sessions since 2015 and top up sessions where appropriate in July 2018.
OFSTED report March 2016 found Great Chart Primary school to be using the funding effectively to make a positive difference to pupils.