Sports Premium Funding
Primary Sports Funding – 2020-2021
At La Salette we invest in P.E to continue to improve our provision and raise participation and achievement for all pupils in sport. We have received £17,758 Sports Premium Funding.
Our funding priorities in 2020 - 2021 are to:
- Increase participation in district, borough and county-wide competitions and tournaments through membership of the local sports collective;
- Purchase additional P.E resources to enable a wider and ‘new’ range of sports to be played.
- Increase the range of extra-curricular sports clubs offered to families.
- Develop and host an annual summer sports tournament that encourages participation with our local cluster schools.
- To continue to develop staff expertise in teaching P.E through training and professional development.
- Develop an Easter and Summer Holiday Sports provision.
How was it spent 2019 - 2020?
A large proportion of our funding is spent on membership of the Havering Sports Collective and extra-curricular provision. Membership of the Collective allows us to maximise the impact that our funding can have. The benefits of this partnership are listed in the breakdown below together with our own uses of the funding. La Salette is also putting a significant investment in new equipment to promote greater physical activity across the school.
|Initiative||Expected Outcome||Intended Impact||Cost ( Rounded)|
|Havering Sports Collective||Allows access to competitive sporting tournaments and events, outside of that which the school could normally provide using our facilities including transport||Knowledge of the role of fair play and sportsmanship. Opportunities to develop skills in new sports and for children who are gifted in a sport to compete against other gifted children competitively.||£4500|
|Outdoor Adventure Activities Residential||Children will participate in rock climbing, watersports and outdoor adventure activities.||Children develop teamwork skills, gross motor skills and stamina.||Subsidised cost of residential £ 1900|
|Extra-Curricular Sports incl. Archery Club||Children participate in extra-curricular sports incl. archery lessons||Develop increased physical activity to develop and learn skills in a new sport.||£400|
|Inter-House Sports Events and Sports Leaders (pupils)||Raise the profile of physical activity through competitive competitions throughout the school year.||Targeted activities and support to involve and encourage all children (especially those who are least active) in physical activity and competitive sport. Increased profile of sports and promote leadership roles in leading sporting events.||£75 ( addition capital differed due to COVID)|
|Bikeability training.||The school organises bike training for pupils in Y5 and 6.||Children to become more aware of road dangers and to gain increased confidence when biking on roads.||Cost differed due to COVID|
|Additional lunchtime sports equipment||Encouraging active play during break times and lunchtimes||Children are active and engaged in physical activity during break times and lunchtimes.||£1,500|
|Additional EYFS physical play equipment and additional SEND P.E resources||EYFS children have opportunities to develop stamina, teamwork, skill and strength through physical activities.||Develop fine and gross motor skills and improve physical health and wellbeing.||£2,000|
|Claire Cup Deanery Sports Competition||Children participate in organised competitive football tournament||Increased engagement in school football clubs and development of teamwork, skill and knowledge.||£100 ( Differed due to COVID)|
|La Salette Community Cup Competition||Promote local community competitive sports||To encourage wider community to value sport and provided linsk between schools for physical activities.||(£1000) estimated. Differed due to COVID|