St John Vianney Catholic Primary School
Sports Premium 2020-21
Funding to support Primary PE and School Sport In April 2013, the Government announced new funding of £150 million for physical education (PE) and sport. This funding should be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision. Our school has been allocated £17,757 for the academic year 2020-2021.
How we will be spending the Sports Premium Funding in the Academic Year 2020-2021:
Nature of support cost
Intended Impact To improve teachers and pupils skills and knowledge of competitive games, modified where appropriate [for example, badminton, basketball, cricket, football, hockey, netball, rounders and tennis], and apply basic principles suitable for attacking and defending thus improving pupil’s participation, enjoyment and outcomes.
Intended Impact To improve the quality of P.E. teaching across the school, through professional INSET and support and coaching from P.E. Manager. To ensure the quality of all teaching of P.E. is at minimum good and the majority outstanding.
Intended Impact To introduce pupils to new and more sports and activities, hoping to provide pupils with a lifelong love of sport and activity and to develop life long skills in water safety
Intended Impact To provide life long learning skills that will transfer to the classroom and in the process improve pupil’s physical fitness co-ordination, stamina and mental health.
Intended Impact To allow more pupils to access Forest schools across the school and more regularly
Intended impact To allow the member of staff to safely lead small groups on Forest schools activities
Intended impact To improve fitness levels, stamina, and resilience
Intended impact To improve target skills, competitive sport and team games
Intended impact To develop a new skill, to improve target practise, to develop an enthusiasm for sport, increase fitness
Intended impact to improve participation in out of school clubs as well as improve fitness across the school
Intended impact targeted pupils improve access to the curriculum and are more consistent in staying on track in class
Intended Impact pupils are developing team games, pupils are actively moving around, pupils are trained as play leaders in Year 6 to support the playing of games in KS1. New resources have been purchased to support team games.
Intended impact Pupil show progress in fitness and stamina staff show progress and aids well being across school. Previously improvement was shown through competitions and pupils moving from 27th in the authority to 6th
Total spend =£21,911