2014-15

2014/15 Academic Year

Purpose of the Grant

To fund improvements to the provision of PE and Sport for the benefit of primary- aged pupils so that they can develop healthy lifestyles.

Basis of Allocation

Allocations for the academic year are calculated using the number of pupils in Years 1 – 6 and those age 5 in Reception as recorded on the January 2014 Census.

  • Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £8,000 plus £5 per eligible pupil and;
  • Schools with 16 or fewer eligible pupils receive £500 per eligible pupil

The number of Pupils on Roll 554

Total Grant Amount £8,500

Measuring the impact of Sport Premium Development Plan

Expenditure

Aim

Impact to date
From September 2014

Thurrock School Sports Partnership

£2,207

For children to be able to participate in free high quality after school sport.

For children to be able to participate in interschool sporting competitions: Cross country, dance, football.

100% of children are currently involved in 2 hours of high quality PE provision each week.

81% of children are currently involved in 3 hours of high quality PE provision each week.

50% of children are currently involved in 4 hours of high quality PE provision each week.

24 children are due to take part in the Thurrock Cross Country Competition.

60 children are due to perform at The Gateway Academy Dance Show.

Equipment for structured play activities

£1,261.72

For children to be physically active during lunchtimes in structured play at lunchtimes.

The significant majority of children are able to cope with the demands of everyday life and display good levels of fitness during PE lessons.

School sports specialist to deliver high quality PE.

£1,175

For children to consistently receive good teaching and learning in PE.

Monitoring and evaluation indicate that PE lessons and provision is consistently good.

Physical Education Primary on line teaching resource

£165

To develop teacher confidence in being able to prepare and deliver good lessons and provision in PE.

Monitoring and evaluation indicate that PE lessons and provision is consistently good.

PE after school clubs – Karate and Archery

£3,000

For children to be able to participate in free high quality after school sport.

50% of children are currently involved in 3 hours of high quality PE provision each week by attending 1 after school club.

25% of children are currently involved in 4 hours of high quality PE provision each week by attending 2 after school clubs.

Purple PE shirts

£152.35

Items of kit provided.

Children feel a sense of belonging to
the school and a sense of identity.

High Quality PE Equipment

£538.93