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Sports Premium

Sports Premium 2019-20 Awaiting actual figures for the extra funding

Funding rate: £
Objectives
Objectives of spending the PE grant:
Increase pupil participation in competitions, interschool sport and events.
Instil in pupils a love of sport and physical activity.
Improve resources to support PE, including transport and equipment.
Broaden the sporting opportunity available to pupils.
Train PE instructors and coaches to develop sporting skill in pupils.
To have closer ties to Wolverhampton Football Club
Breakdown of spending
Objective: Activity: Cost:
Maintain pupil participation in competitions, interschool sport and events. After School clubs/ competitions – Wolverhampton Football Club

-Continued staff clubs

£3000 –although costs are included in non-separate cost centres
Afternoon Sports events Transport to cover short fall in donations £600
To enable some cover to release PE coord to go to events £2000
 – cover last hour to allow for journeys to After school events £500
Planning £300
(Instil in pupils a love of sport and physical activity.) Cluster contributions to enable trophies £300
Trophies, Certificates, Awards Internal £300
To maintain high pupil participation in after school clubs After School clubs

-Continued staff clubs

Continued Sports Premium Clubs

£3000 –although costs are included in non-separate cost centres
Total spend on objective:
Improve resources  equipment. Maintenance Checks £625
Equipment Fix/ replacement £1,000
Lunchtime Equipment (post Sainsbury Vouchers) £500
Resource Management £300
Total spend on objective:
Broaden the sporting opportunity available to pupils. Sports leaders Lunchtime  supervised £1,000
Total spend on objectives:
Contingency

 

 

2018-19 PE and sport premium funding report

  • Outcomes
    • School has received Platinum Standard Sports Award(Mark)
    • Staff trained
    • Transport donations received although  shortfall overall- to increase contingency next year
    • Participation in local area events still high