Sports Premium Allocation
Over the past four years, the government has provided additional funding to help improve physical education (PE) and sports in primary schools. The funding from the Department of Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport has gone directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and physical education for their pupils, in ways they think most appropriate and that will have the biggest impact for their school. The sports funding can only be spent on sport and physical education provisions in schools.
|Impact of Sports Premium Expenditure 2021 – 22|
|Sports Premium received||£18,830|
|· A high proportion of observed lessons were judged as good or outstanding in P.E increasing the quality of teaching|
· Data reflects that across the school, 90% of children achieved ARE in the assessed areas of agility, balance and coordination and 30% of children achieved Mastery.
· The after school club programme is extensive to include 10 sports clubs, providing places for 220 pupils to attend on a weekly basis.
· Children from across the school have successfully competed in 16 local authority competitions; such as Tag Rugby, Cricket, Football, Athletics, Swimming and Multi-Sports.
· Jessop has fielded male and female sports teams that have participated in multiple competition against local schools through the year
Sports Premium Strategy 2022– 23
|Sports Premium Allocation|
|Total amount received||£18,892|
· Pupils are upskilled and more confident in a wide range of physical education and sporting activities
· To promote active learning through direct personal experience and offer excitement, fun and adventure within a framework of safety
· Pupils engaged in physical activity at playtimes
· Diminishing the difference between pupils eligible for pupil premium (and other disadvantaged groups) and those who are not, in terms of participation, achievement, opportunity and progress
|Teaching & Learning|
To provide staff with differentiated lesson plans that facilitate both support and extension opportunities in PE lessons.
|£5,000||Create a catalogue of detailed plans for each class and make a range of curriculum resources available for staff.|
|To facilitate pupils having the opportunity to try a range of sport and sporting activities in order to stimulate their interest and enthusiasm in PE.||Devise sports curriculum which facilitates the coverage of a range of sports for each year group. Participate in a full catalogue of local authority competitive events. Provide staff with access to all Moving Matters materials.|
|To enable teachers to accurately assess the development of each child in P.E.||To embed the use of our assessment tool that measures pupil’s development in agility, balance and coordination.|
To develop the quality of planning and delivery of sports lessons across the school.
|Coordinate half day per week professional development for Sports Coach with specialist trainer from Moving Matters.|
To improve the confidence and expertise in staff to deliver good quality PE in a range of topics.
To develop and improve the sports provision offered after school.
|£3,000||Expand the after school club programme to include a broader range of sports clubs to be conducted by specialist coaches.|
To have a range of high quality resources to enhance physical activity across the curriculum areas.
|Use the funding available for Sport to procure high quality resources for PE lessons and playtime activities.|
Accessing swimming lessons for all children in KS2
To ensure children have the opportunity to engage in competitive sports both internally and external.
|£1,892||Join a range of competitions and leagues for pupils across the school.|
Purchase access to Tooting Athletics Sports Track for Sports Day.
|Parents & Community|
Set up healthy living and wellbeing workshops.
Run our annual wellbeing and Mental Health week.
|£938||To engage the community in living a healthy lifestyle.|