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  • Sports Funding 2017-18

    Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

    Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

    Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

    Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

    Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

  • Sports Funding 2016-17

    • DFE Sports Funding is designed to help provide additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of Physical Education and Sport offered by this school and schools in general.

    In 2016/17 Osbaldwick Primary School received £9,462 in sports funding.

    We use the funding to:

    • increase the already substantial PE and Sports activities offered by the school
    • make sustainable improvements to provision that will be available for future years

     

    Overall Impact of funding

    • This is still to be assessed.

    Details Amount

    • Jorvik Sports Partnership Package including
      • Coaching staff to improve their ability to provide coaching in dance, gymnastics, cross country,
      • orienteering
      • Introducing a wider variety of sports activities to children
      • Running sports festivals within the cluster and York in general in football, rounders, cross country – £3,110
      • Two extra-curricular weekly football coaching sessions for Y6 (Mornings) and KS2 (afternoons) (£50 per dual sessions each week) to extend this to a higher level for identified pupils – £1,530
      • York City Knights Rugby Weekly clubs sessions at both sites for all Year Groups (Summer Term) to extend the variety of high quality clubs available to all pupils and target less involved vulnerable pupils who do not access sports activities out of school time – £1000
      • Swimming – costs for Sports Pool and associated costs – £2380
      • Cricket – Teacher working alongside the Cricket coaching team from Yorkshire Cricket Club support through the Jorvik Partnership – £200
      • PE resources to support effective teaching in a variety sports additional. £642
      • Cross Country. £200
      • Orienteering. £200.

    Total Expenditure £8,862

    School contribution, some of which covers non-pupil premium underachievers £763

     

  • Sports Funding 2015-16

    DFE Sports Funding is designed to help provide additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of Physical Education and Sport offered by this school and schools in general.

    In 2015/16 Osbaldwick Primary School received £9,346 in sports funding.

    We use the funding to:

    • increase the already substantial PE and Sports activities offered by the school
    • make sustainable improvements to provision that will be available for future years

     

    Overall Impact of funding

    • A greater number of pupils are more engaged in sports activities throughout the year
    • A greater number of pupils who do not normally choose to access sporting activities are doing so in a non-competitive atmosphere.
    • A wider range of clubs with higher skill levels are available for pupils with particular talents in football and rugby
    • Teachers and teaching assistants  have a higher level of skill when providing sporting activities to benefit pupils engagement
    • Resources are targeted to support a wider range of sporting PE activities including cycling.

     

    More detailed information available here…

  • The PE Funding is designed to improve the educational and sporting experiences and outcomes of children and young people.

    In 2014/15 Osbaldwick Primary School received £9067 in PE funding. The money is being spent in the following ways:

    Details Amount
    Schools Sports Partnership £2,802
    Total Sport £9,590
    Resources £1,170
    Total Expenditure £13,562
    PE funding received £9,067
    Additional school contribution £4,495

    Overall Impact of funding

    • This is still to be assessed