Sports Premium

 

 

Millbrook Primary School – Sports Premium Development plan 2018-19

 

 

Activity

 Expenditure

 Desired impact

Monitoring responsibility

Overarching target: Improvement in percentage of children classified as obese or overweight in National Child Measurement Programme 2018/9

2017 Figures; Y6 = 31% classified as obese or overweight (34% national, 37% Telford and Wrekin)

Employment of sports coach for 1 afternoon per week, providing 2x out of school clubs and 1hr per week sports coaching time for Year 5 and 6 classes

3900

( 36 weeks)

  • Provide high quality out of hours’ clubs to enhance school programme.
  • High Quality sports coaching for children in years 5 and 6.
  • Additional inter school competition in conjunction with sports coach

ML SW TJ

Contribution towards joint sports partnership between Millbrook, Meadows and HLC Primaries to provide 1 day co-ordination time per week between the three schools.

2500

  • Provision of a range of activities and sports targeted at children across the school.
  • Focus on non-participating pupils.
  • Maintenance of competitive sports programme.
  • Opportunities for staff CPD.

TJ

Contribution towards Telford and Wrekin Sports Partnership

1,960

  • Provide additional opportunities and opportunities for inter-school competition

TJ

Contribution to salary of TA with swimming teacher qualifications.

Contribution towards salary of TA with sports coaching qualifications

2 hrs per week for 36 weeks

3,500

  • Faster progress in swimming for Y3 children
  • CPD for staff
  • Higher quality outdoor games coaching.
  • Additional clubs to be provided
  • Enhanced physical activity at lunchtime

ML LV

Sports apprentice

5,000

  • Lead and co-ordinate a wide range of lunchtime activity
  • Support older pupils to become sports leaders

TJ LV ML

Transport subsidy for competitive sports

2,000

  • To provide equal access for all children

ML EF

Total

18,860

 

Swimming

There is a new requirement to publish the % of children in Year 6 who are able to meet the National Curriculum requirements for swimming. These are as follows:

  • to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, use a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

Following the second session of the year during the summer term, 45% of the cohort (18/50) currently meet this criteria. Another 25% could swim up to 20m which represented good progress on the starting points at the beginning of the year.


Please open the document below to review the impact of the Sports Award for academic year 2017/2018.

 

Millbrook Primary School Sports Premium Report 2017-18