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Sports Premium

PRIMARY PE /SPORT/ HEALTH PREMIUM DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2020-21
BAWDESWELL PRIMARY 
CARRY OVER AMOUNT FROM 2019-20 £6,729
Total Grant Awarded for 2020 -21 (£16,750 + £10/pupil) £16,850
TOTAL GRANT AVAILABLE20-21 (Carry over + 19-20 Grant) £23,579
SCHOOL SPORT COORDINATOR Mrs Alexander
GOVERNOR RESPONSIBLE FOR PE David Taylor
Summary of PE & Sport Premium Expenditure 2019-20 (PRIORITIES)
Objectives of spend;                     AREA OF CD WHEEL FOCUS
1 Out door facilities Whole School Advocacy & Impact
2    
 
Item / Project Projected cost  Actual Cost  Objectives Outcomes / Measuring Impact Sustainability
SSP Membership 2years    £                    -   Provision of Events/Festivals & competitions as well as significant programme of CPD opportunities for all staff - including bespoke PE support for Subject leader and the School overal Improvements on CD Wheel around - COMPS / STAFF DEV / SUBJ LEADERSHIP / TEACHING & LEARNING Ongoing support and staff development for long term sustainable benefits
Quicksticks Hockey - scheme of works    £              45.75 Resources designed to develop hockey for children aged between 7 and 11, irrespective of ability and gender, in a safe but challenging environment. Assisst in the delivery of quality PE in the curriculum.  To make the game of hockey more exciting and simpler to teach. Ongoing suppprt for the teaching of Hockey within school
Hockey Sticks    £              64.00 To enhance the sports equipment within school. To encourage the children to achieve their 30mins of physical activity within school. Equipment to be replaced as and when required.
 PE Coordinator/PE cover (staff)    £         1,732.90 To cooridnate the provision of physical activity, health and well being and sports events within school.                        To support the PE Co-ordinator with sporting events. All age groups to receive their full entitlement of the PE curriculum.  Children to experience a broader range of sports and activites.                                                          To increase participation in competitive sport. Funded time allowed for the roles to be carried out.
Real PE/Gym annual subscription    £            195.00 To be able to continue to access the online lesson plans, videos, supporting documents plus updates and new developments. To allow the full Real PE/Gym programme to be delivered consistently. Annual Subscription
37mm Circular Labels - Premier Stars    £                3.98 Children who have demonstrated particular skills to be awarded a premier star sticker. Provides children with instant visual reward. Ongoing
Playground Resurfacing   £6,770 To provide a safe play surface for all children. Children are able to access during break, lunch , PE and After school clubs. Children are able to play sport in a safe environment, reducing first aid and enables children to achieve their 30mins of physical activity within school. Ongoing
PE School T-Shirts (4.50 per shirt)    £            135.00 For every child to have a PE shirt repesenting the school team they  re in. To encourage the children to achieve their 30mins of physical activity within school. School will provide all new starters with a PE shirt, parents to renew as and when required.
TAG Rugby equipment    £            101.10 To enhance the sports equipment within school. To encourage the children to achieve their 30mins of physical activity within school. Equipment to be replaced as and when required.
Mental Health First Aid    £            150.00 Qualified Youth Mental Helath First Aider: what is mental health, depression and anxiety, suicide and psychosis and self harm and eating disorders To identify and  support young childrens mental health Ongoing support and staff development for long term sustainable benefits
Early Years    £7,901.69 To enhance the Early Years Outdoor learning area.    To achieve the requirements  of the Early Years development plan.  Improving children's balance, movement and climbing skills. Enhance children’s physical skills and development – using both fixed and
flexible resources, indoors and outside.
 
Boot cleaner    £            189.00 To allow the field to be used for a longer period during the winter months. To encourage the children to achieve their 30mins of physical activity within school.  
Turf   £126 To provide a safe play surface for all children. To reduce first aid accidents on the playground and to protect the new playground surface.  
WNDSSP 5 extra credits    £            375.00 Professinal development for teaching staff to deliver the RealGym programme within school. Improving staff confidence and ensuring a consistent apporach to teaching. Continuous professional development to ensure staff are confident and up to date.
Active Play/Lunch Equipment    £         1,602.13 Broaden the range of games and activities available. To encourage the children to achieve their 30mins of physical activity within school. Equipment to be replaced as and when required.
£0  £       19,391.55
SUMMARY
TOTAL PREMIUM RECEIVED £23,579.46
TOTAL PREMIUM PROJECTED £0.00
TOTAL PREMIUM SPENT £19,391.55
PREMIUM REMAINING £4,187.91
Future Plans / Possible Expenditure                    
1 Playground Resurfacing 6  
2 7  
3 8  
4 9  
5   10    
24/03/2022

 

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Synergy Multi-Academy Trust comprises fifteen Norfolk schools serving children between the ages of 2 and 18. Our schools work collaboratively together to raise standards and provide education of the highest possible standard, offering the best of opportunities for pupils. The Trust was initially established in 2015. We believe that all of our schools have strengths and areas to develop, and that all can improve through sharing expertise and wisdom. The Trust understands that there will be excellent practice in each school, and that every school will be able to contribute to the development of the Trust as a whole.

Our Schools

Synergy Multi-Academy Trust comprises fifteen Norfolk schools serving children between the ages of 2 and 18. Our schools work collaboratively together to raise standards and provide education of the highest possible standard, offering the best of opportunities for pupils. The Trust was initially established in 2015. We believe that all of our schools have strengths and areas to develop, and that all can improve through sharing expertise and wisdom. The Trust understands that there will be excellent practice in each school, and that every school will be able to contribute to the development of the Trust as a whole.