Sports Premium Report 2015-16
Primary Physical Education and Sport Premium
From September 2013 all primary schools across England have received a share of the Government £150m pa Primary Physical Education and Sport Premium. The funding is ring-fenced and must be spent on improving the provision and quality of PE and sport in primary schools so that pupils develop healthy lifestyles.
Charlton-on-Otmoor C of E Primary School received £8450 for the academic year 2015-16.
50% of this funding has been spent on our annual affiliation to North Oxfordshire School Sport Partnership (NOSSP). This affiliation gives Charlton-on-Otmoor C of E Primary School access to regular expert advice from a secondary PE specialist, weekly in-school support for teachers from specialist PE coaches for 3 terms per academic year], quality assured professional development training for teachers and teaching assistants, occasional input and support from qualified sports coaches, access to regular sports competitions and festivals including national School Games competitions and evaluation tools to help measure and monitor progress and impact.
For a copy of our agreement with North Oxfordshire School Sport Partnership please click here.
The remaining 50% PE and Sport Premium was spent on improving PE resources in school, covering supply costs to enable staff to attend PE CPD, contributing to transport costs so that as many children as possible could attend competitions and festivals and buying in additional sports specific coaching expertise.
- Physical Education and sport participation
- Increased pupil participation in curriculum PE
- Improved pupil attitudes to PE
- A more inclusive curriculum which inspires and engages all pupils
- More confident and competent staff
- Enhanced quality of teaching and learning
- Increased pupil participation in school sports clubs
- Enhanced quality of delivery of activities
- Increased pupil participation in competitive activities including School Games
- Clearer talent pathways
- Increased participation in non-competitive/non-School Games activities
- Increased pupil awareness of opportunities available in the community
- Attainment, to help ensure that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles eg
- Improved standards
- Positive attitudes to health and well-being
- Positive impact on whole school improvement
- Engaged or re-engaged disaffected pupils
- Whole school targets met more effectively
- Academic achievement enhanced
- Pupils understand the value of PESS to their learning across the school
- Staff across the school are making the links across subjects and themes including PE
- Pupil concentration, commitment, self-esteem and behaviour enhanced
- Positive behaviour and a sense of fair play enhanced
- Good citizenship promoted