Millennium Primary School Millennium Primary School

Maritime Academy Trust

 

Pupil Premium

2016-2017 Allocation £9,550

2017-2018 Allocation £9,660

We are focusing on 3 key areas for raising the standards of sport at Millennium:

  • Staff Development
  • Increasing the quality of resources
  • Increasing opportunities for competitive sport

Aims

At Millennium, our aim when allocating the sports premium funding is to promote and further children’s understanding of how to live a healthy and active lifestyle. We encourage all children to participate in a range of PE activities as well as lunch time games and after school clubs. We achieve this through developing staff practice across the school to ensure that high quality teaching is taking place. We have given all children the opportunity to compete in school competitions as well as select those children who excel in sport to compete in borough-wide competitions. Sports Premium Funding also ensures that the school has all the necessary equipment to compete in a range of sports.


How we spent the 2016-2017 Sports Premium

In 2016-17 we spent a considerable amount more to improve the sporting opportunities for children. We will be spending a similar figure to last year.

Area of spend

Cost

Impact

Targeted Area

PE Leader organised tournaments so that there were regular all day sport competitions across the partnership schools. For example, inter school football and bench ball tournaments

Transport £1000

Staffing £1000

More competitive sport that will lead to an even greater showing at local and national competitions.

Whole School

We continued to use sports coaches to run lunchtime sports clubs, targeting less active children across both Key Stages. 

 £5000

A greater percentage of children participating in physical activity during school time.

Whole School

Targeted Children

We continued to increase our after school clubs provision, trying to engage children who may not otherwise participate in sport e.g. mixed hockey team.

£800 

Encouraging children to undertake different sports activities. A greater percentage of children participating in physical activity after school.

Years 3 to 6, in particular Pupil Premium children

Developed staff knowledge and expertise in teaching PE and sport by providing staff with professional development opportunities. These included staff working alongside the PE Leader and the sharing of expertise at professional development meetings.

£500

Training 

Higher quality teaching and learning and even better outcomes during PE sessions.

Whole School

We continued to develop the range of sports equipment within the school. 

£1250

Children will have the opportunity to learn and participate in a wider range of sports and activities. 

Whole School

 Total

 £9,550

 

 

How we will spend the 2017-18 Allocation

Again in 2017-2018 we will spend a considerable amount more to improve the sporting opportunities for children. We will be spending a similar figure to last year.

Area of spend

Cost

Impact

Targeted Area

PE Leader to organise tournaments so that there are regular all day sport competitions across the partnership schools.

 £1000

Transport, Venue and Staff

More competitive sport that will lead to an even greater showing at local and national competitions.

Whole School

We will continue to use sports coaches to run lunchtime sports clubs, targeting less active children across both Key Stages. 

 £5000

A greater percentage of children participating in physical activity during school.

Whole School

Targeted Children

We will continue to increase our after school clubs provision, trying to engage children who may not otherwise participate in sport.

£1000 

Encouraging children to undertake different sports activities. A greater percentage of children participating in physical activity after school.

Years 3 to 6, in particular Pupil Premium children

Develop staff knowledge and expertise in teaching PE and sport by providing staff with professional development opportunities. These will include staff working alongside the PE Leader and the sharing of expertise at professional development meetings.

£500

Training 

Higher quality teaching and learning and even better outcomes during PE sessions.

Whole School

We will continue to organise and fund an Elite Sports Day where children from partnership schools will meet to compete.

£500

Venue and Staff Training

Children will have the opportunity to compete in a healthy environment in a range of challenging activities to promote a healthy lifestyle.

Years 3-6 in a particular pupil premium children.

We will continue to develop the range of sports equipment within the school. Identifying the equipment which needs to be replenished or replaced.

£1660

Children will have the opportunity to learn and participate in a wider range of sports and activities. 

Whole School

 Total

 £9,660

 

 

 

Kahlo Class Swimming Proficiency at the end of Year 6

Area of learning

Kahlo Class

Escher Class

Year 6

Able to swim competently (25 metres)

46%

90%

69%

Able to use a range of strokes effectively

46%

90%

69%

Able to perform safe self-rescue in different water based situations

46%

90%

69%

Our policy at Millennium is that children receive swimming lessons weekly in Years 4 and 5. The children begin after February half term of Year 4 and swim every Wednesday morning until February half term of Year 5.