In 2017 schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil.
Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of physical education (PE), physical activity and sport that are offered.
This means that the Sport Premium should be used to:
Schools can use the premium to secure improvements in the following indicators:
There are 5 key indicators that schools should expect to see improvement across:
The Ofsted report ‘Beyond 2012 – Outstanding Physical Education for All’ sets the benchmark to be reached, and this together with the government document ‘Effective Practice in PE and Sport in School’ (June 2013) have been used as guidance for the action plan and funding allocation into the future.
What Do We Hope To Achieve in 2023-2024?
Curriculum Enrichment and Support
To provide high quality sport throughout the school and give children to participate in competitions with other schools following no inter school sports during the Covid 19 lockdown. This includes offering the children inter school competitive sporting opportunities beyond those within the National Curriculum 2014.
Ensure consistency of approach and improve effectiveness in session delivery and the breadth of sports available to individuals.
Provide high quality CPD for staff using Goalsports sessions.
Refine further our assessment of key skills to ensure targeted support in physical development where appropriate.
To provide a wide range of before school and after school activities to increase participation (specifically for those children who travel to school by bus) and cater for pupils’ interests and needs.
Improve links with local clubs as a means for our children to access sport at a competitive level.
Miss Nicholls has responsibility for the 2022 2023 Sport's Premium Action Plan which is published below. This explains out how we used our funding to improve sporting provision at Kilham School and ran from September 2022 until September 2023.
Children at Kilham already have lots of opportunities to take part in physical activity both in and out of school.
Personal achievements inside and out of school are already celebrated on a regular basis through achievement assemblies and sports displays. From this, we will also identify children that do not attend an organised sports club, after-school activity or lesson regularly, putting us in a better position to provide more targeted opportunities for those children to be active alongside others. We will continue to think of other ways to get as many children as possible active.
Clubs/Activities available at school – Football – run by GoalSports, Multi-skills club, Hockey, Rugby, Netball and seasonal lunchtime clubs. Children have recently participated in an orienteering and after school archery clubs.
Inter-School Events (organised by Driffield Sports Partnership) – 7 a-side Football tournaments Y5/6, Y3/4, 7 a-side Hockey tournaments Y5/6, Y2 Multi-sports competition, Y3-6 Cross Country event, Y3-6 Biathlon events (running/swimming – leading to regional competition), Y3-6 ‘Sports hall athletics’, Y3-6 Orienteering event, Y5/6 Netball tournament, Y3-6 Cricket tournament, Y3/4 Tennis tournament, Y5/6 Rounders tournament.