Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.
In 2013 the government announced that they would be spending £450 million over three academic years to help fund primary school sport. This is called the School Sport Premium. Schools have the freedom to spend the money however they choose, in order to improve the quality of PE and sport provision provided to pupils.
In 2016-17, Fawley Infant School received £8255 in Primary Sports Funding. As we believe that Sport and participation in Sport supports the development of all our children we have chosen to spend it and supplement it in the following ways:
|Objective||Actions & cost||Monitoring||Intended impact at end of academic year||Areas for further development in 2017/18|
|To develop staff expertise.||
Employ a Sports Development Officer to monitor and impact on the quality of PE provision across the Inspire Learning Federation.
||Improved standard of PE teaching throughout the school.|
|Further develop participation in after school clubs for all children and particularly for those to whom the pupil premium grant applies.||
Bring in external coaches and clubs to deliver after school clubs and allows more opportunities for students.
Look at club opportunities during the school day to engage pupil premium children.
Track club participation and gain pupil and parent views about extra-curricular clubs.
75%+ students to be in an extracurricular club or club outside of school times.
(Currently have 60% after the Autumn term.)
90-100% of Pupil Premium students to be in a club. This will impact on social and emotional development and provide children with extra-curricular opportunities to broaden
|Increase participation in competitive sport.||
Increase the number of inter school competitions and attend as many level 2 competitions as possible.
Cost: Membership to New Forest School Sport Partnership is £3100.
3 or more KS1 level 2 competitions attended.2 or more A and B teams entered for level 2 competitions. This will support children’s social and emotional development, with a focus on resilience.