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SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS 28/07/2017

Sports Premium Funding

How we intend to spend our Sports Premium funding

Sports Premium Funding is allocated to each school by the government in order to ensure that all groups of children have the opportunity to participate in sporting activities. The funding is allocated according to number of pupils at the school.  Increases and decreases in funding relate directly to the number of eligible pupils attending our school. We have focussed on what is the most effective for each age group whilst ensuring that activities are both wide ranging and fun!

pdf  How-we-intend-to-spend-our-Sports-Premium-funding-from-April-2017

pdf  How we intend to spend our Sports Premium funding 2016.

The Impact of our Previous Funding

Collingwood’s Funding for the academic year April 2015- March2016 was £9038.

Use of Funding Sept 2015- July 2016 Cost Events Participated in and Impact
Partnership working with William De Ferrers School (employing a Sports Specialist for 1 afternoon a week to promote and organise inter school competitive games for both KS1 and KS2 in all of the Woodham Consortium of Schools. This is an ongoing partnership (previously sports partnership funded) which we would have been unable to sustain without this funding. Expected to be approx. £1900
(based on pupil numbers)
Mini Olympics involves all Yr 2 pupils each summer.
District Sports (athletics and track)
Swimming gala, Rugby, football, Dodgeball (3rd Spet 2015)  and rounders tournaments etc
Staff Training in PE (teachers and Mid-Day Assistants) leading to increased activity and a greater range of “games” to play at lunchtimes for pupils.
Play Leader Training
Gifted and Talented PE workshops for talented pupilsObservations, by a professional, of our own sports coaches to ensure quality provision.
Sports Coaches 1 afternoon per week for all Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils  (1 pm per week for 3 terms- 7 classes) £8076 Mr Radley – KS2
Mr North – KS1
Mr Phelps Knight – KS2
Mrs Mason – KS1 and KS2
Termly taster lessons within school time to encourage interest in community Dance Club run by one of our Sports Coaches, Mrs Mason  (3 terms) £300 Yrs 1-6 Pupils join the weekly Community Dance/Drama Club
After School Cricket Club  (1 x per week 3 terms) £300 Open to pupils in Yr2-Yr6 at different times of the year (Many pupils go on to join Essex Cricket Club whilst attending this club)
15 school logo team tracksuits and logo caps £250 Team kits to wear to tournaments and matches etc
15 school team football kits (shorts and logo t-shirts and socks ) £130 Team kits to wear to tournaments and matches etc
Repairs and replacement to large hall apparatus £173.40 Replace 2 ropes
Recover apparatus
Replace rubber bungs
Line marking paint etc for sports day £300 Paint for sports day – gardener does this
Sainsbury’s Vouchers vouchers
Dodgeball Club (weekly) Free to school (parents charged) Before school club
Football Club (weekly) Free to school (parents charged) Lunchtime Club
Judo Club (weekly) Free to school (parents charged) After School Cub
Cricket Club free to pupils After School Club
Rugby Club Free to school (parents charged) After School Club
Total £11430

How we spent our Sports Premium funding 2014-2015

Collingwood’s Funding for the academic year 2014-15 was £9100.

Use of Funding Sept 2013- July 2014 Cost Events Impact to date(Sept 2014)
Partnership working with William De Ferrers School (employing a Sports Specialist for 1 afternoon a week to promote and organise inter school competitive games for both KS1 and KS2 in all of the Woodham Consortium of Schools. £1272.00 Mini Olympics for all Yr 2 pupils
District Sports (athletics and track)
Swimming gala
Rugby, football and rounders tournaments
Staff Training on Tennis, Gymnastics, first aid and lunchtime games
This is an ongoing partnership (previously sports partnership funded) which we would have been unable to sustain without this funding.
Bespoke staff training following confidence survey (Survey completed by July)
All Yr 2 participated (3rd boy overall)
Winners of District Sports 2014
Swimming gala; 5th out of 8 Tennis TBC
1 teacher attended gymnastic training and is now qualified.
Did not participate in rounders tournament due to clash with SATs.
Katherine Jaggard observed MDAs; follow up training due in Aut 2014.
Won football tournament and “Man of the Match” June 2014
Entered football and rugby tournaments and the swimathon.
Sports Coaches 1 afternoon per week for all Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils  (1 pm per week for 3 terms- 7 classes) £4200.00 Multi-skills, football and tennis.  Improved frequency and quality
Of PE teaching or all pupils.
3 girls and 1 boy got through to the next stage stage at WDF (    football)  Able to enter a team for Tag                     Rug                                Rugby tournament for the first time Jan
2015. (came 5th)
Half termly taster lessons within school time to encourage interest in community Dance Club (3 terms) £300 Yrs 1-6 Pupils join the weekly Community Dance Club Natalie Peek:  Booked termly.
After School Cricket Club for Yrs 5 and 6 (3 terms) £360 Yr2-Yr6 (Many pupils go on to join Essex Cricket Club whilst attending this club) 1 pupil invited to attend Essex Cricket
Club event.
After School Cricket Club for Yrs 3 and 4 (3 terms) £360 New club April 2014. Club began April 2014.  Take up to
date is good.
Weekly Lunchtime Multiskills Club for EYFS, Yr 1 and Yr 2 run by a sports Coach £1125 Former member of staff now a sports coach (ball skills and multiskills for KS1) Finishing July 2014 as this sports
coach will teach all Yr 1 and 2 pupils
during lesson time, every week from
Sept 2014.
Contingency for kit and equipment £1300 Team kits and equipment required by Sports coaches/transport costs to matches etc New football kits being investigated
Line marking paint etc for sports day £200 Paint for sports day – gardener does this completed
Free activities:
Sainsbury’s Vouchers 2000 vouchers Completed
Entered Sainsbury’s Games for Schools Svhools
Dodgeball Tournement against Elmwood Free 2 before school clubs run by the same coach  Collingwoos                  Collingwood won this.
Tag Rugby
Total £9117

 

How we spent our Sports Premium funding 2013-2014

Use of Funding Sept 2013- July 2014 Cost Events Impact
Partnership working with William De Ferrers School (employing a Sports Specialist for 1 afternoon a week to promote and organise inter school competitive games for both KS1 and KS2 in all of the Woodham Consortium of Schools. £1272.00 Mini Olympics for all Yr 2 pupils
District Sports (athletics and track)
Swimming gala
Rugby, football and rounders tournaments
Cross Country Running event
Staff Training on Tennis, Gymnastics, first aid and lunchtime games
This is an ongoing partnership (previously sports partnership funded) which we would have been unable to sustain without this funding.
All pupils participated
Sports Coaches 1 afternoon per week for all Key Stage 2 pupils (1 pm per week for 3 terms- 5 classes) £1900.00 Multiskills, football and tennis. All KS2 pupils had an opportunity to participate
Rugby Club (after school) run by a sports coach
(3 terms)
£1125 for Yrs 2-6 Tag Rugby leading to competition and take up at KS3 Good uptake
Dodge Ball Club (before school) run by a sports coach (3 terms) £1125 for KS2 Inter school competitions with Elmwood Primary Good uptake
After School Family Fitness Club for KS1 £360 (half termly taster lessons within school time to encourage interest) (3 terms) Rec-Yr6 and personal bespoke whole family training Poor uptake so ceased after 1 term
Football Club (lunchtime) run by a sports coach (3 terms) £360 Bouys and girls Yrs 5 and 6 – oversubscribed! Still over-subscribed. Many pupils go om to participate in holiday clubs run by this coach.
Half termly taster lessons within school time to encourage interest in community Dance Club (3 terms) £150 Yrs 1-6Pupils join the weekly Community Dance Club This did not happen for younger pupils due to illness but older pupils enjoyed the sessions.
After School Cricket Club (3 terms) £360 Yr2-Yr6 Many pupils go on to join Essex Cricket Club whilst attending this club
Lunchtime sports Club for KS1 run by a sports Coach £1125 Former member of staff now a sports coach (ball skills and multiskills for KS1) Good uptake – all KS1 pupils have the opportunity to join.
Contingency for kit and equipment £1223 Team kits and equipment required by Sports coaches/transport costs to matches etc Tracksuits replaced and line marking etc.
Total £9000