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Sports Premium

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The Sports Premium allocation and impact report can be downloaded below or read by scrolling down.

 

Sport Premium Report

 

From September 2013, all schools have been provided with funding to support the Olympic legacy and to enable the delivery of effective sports provision.  Within the Diocese of Salisbury Academy Trust we aim to provide high quality sport.  At The Trinity CE Primary Academy, over a number of years we have provided the following:

  • annual Healthy Body, Healthy mind days – including taster sessions for a variety of sports
  • opportunities to compete in: TAG rugby, cricket, netball, football, street dance competitions and tournaments
  • specialist sports coaching from the local Devizes Sports Club and wider sporting bodies

 

Impact Report for 2015-16

Our Sport Premium Funding for the last academic year was:  £8600.  This money was used as follows and impacted as detailed below.

 

Activity

Cost

Impact Assessment

Devizes School Sports Network (DSSN) at ‘Silver Standard’ level

£6000

Children took part in a wide range of sporting competitions covering a variety of sports;

 

The opportunity to network with physical education specialists and other primary colleagues who have a passion for P.E. and sport enabled our PE subject leader to reflect on current practise at The Trinity and how it could be improved even further;

 

Staff from The Trinity took part in outreach support from a secondary colleague who provided quality first P.E. teaching and who ran CPD sessions through the 'Learn, Try, Fly' model (whereby teachers observed the P.E. specialist delivering a lesson, then led their own lesson specialists to teach P.E and run CPD). This increased the expertise of our teaching staff and ensure the quality of PE teaching improved.

 

Preparation and participation in a cluster wide Rio Olympics event -

£600

Every child in the school (R - yr 6) was able to participate in a wide range of Olympic sports both as competitions and new experiences. This included working alongside specialist sports coaches from local clubs, mixing with children from within the Devizes cluster of 9 primary schools and trying new sports. The week long Rio Extravaganza culminated in a closing parade and ceremony, through town, to excite and engage the whole school community ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympics.

P.E. and Sports Equipment

 

£2000

In 2015/16 The Trinity School invested in new sports equipment to ensure Teachers were able to teach quality first PE lessons. The equipment bought included: new footballs, rugby balls, netball hoops, foam javelins, hurdles, kwick cricket, rounders and hockey resources. We also purchased a shed so we could store the new equipment safely and securely.

Total Budget

£8600

 

 

 

Planned Spending for the Academic Year 2016 – 2017

 

In keeping with previous years, the government provided a grant to schools known as the Sports Premium.  Our allocation for the academic year 2016/17 is £8720. The funding will be ‘ring fenced’ – this means it can only be spent specifically on P.E. and sport in schools.

The Trinity CE Primary Academy is allocating £6000 on renewing its membership with the Devizes School Sports Network (DSSN) at ‘Silver Standard’ level.  Silver Standard Level entitles us to:

·         An extensive range of competitions covering a wide variety of sports;

·         The facility to network with physical education specialists and other primary colleagues who have a passion for P.E. and sport;

·         Curriculum festivals;

·         Outreach support from a secondary colleague who provided quality first P.E. teaching and who ran CPD sessions through the 'Learn, Try, Fly' model (whereby teachers observed the P.E. specialist delivering a lesson, then led their own lesson specialists to teach P.E and run CPD).

 

We have allocated the remainder of the money in the following way:

Activity

Cost

Planned Impact

Devizes School Sports Network (DSSN) at ‘Silver Standard’ level

£6000

Increasing the quality of PE - focusing first on those new to the teaching profession then extending the training for those who accessed it last year.

 

Updating our football and netball competition kits

 

£1000

Children will feel a greater sense of pride when representing the school in sporting events because they can wear competition kits that display the school’s logo.

 

Subsidising after school clubs e.g. multi sports, martial arts and street dance

£1000

To broaden the range of sport clubs that children access outside school, including those who would not be able to access sports clubs due to financial constraints.

 

Organise and take part our annual Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Day

£720

Children to take part in a wide range of sporting activities (e.g. yoga, fencing, martial arts) as well as develop a better understanding of healthy living through focused activities led by visitors to the school.

 

Total Budget

£8720

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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