Millennium Primary School Millennium Primary School

Maritime Academy Trust

 

Sports Premium

2017-18 Allocation £9,660

2018-2019 Allocation £19,630

We are focusing on 3 key areas for raising the standards of Sports at Millennium, we are focusing on:

  • Staff development
  • Increasing the quality of resources
  • Increasing opportunities for competitive sport across the borough and the Maritime Trust

Aims

At Millennium, our aim when allocating the sports funding premium is to promote and further the children’s understanding of how to live a healthy and active life style. We encourage all children to participate in a range of Physical Educational (PE) activities as well as lunch time games and after school clubs. We achieve this through developing staff practice and expertise 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 funding premium also ensures that the school has all the necessary equipment and resources to compete in a range of sports.

How we spent the 2017-18 Allocation

In 2017-18, we again spent more of the Sports Premium to improve the sporting opportunities for children. We will be spending a similar figure to last year.

Area of spend

Cost

Impact

Targeted Area

Sports co-ordinator organised tournaments so that there are regular all day sport competitions across the Maritime Trust of schools. For example an inter school Rugby tournament of 150 year 6 children in teams of 7

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.

£500 

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

Purchased new P.E. curriculum for whole school. P.E. Champions which promotes skills and fitness by focusing upon regular exercise and healthy living. 

£500

Children will develop an understanding of how to live a healthy life style. Children will be more aware of their fitness levels and how to improve.

Whole school

Developed staff knowledge and expertise in teaching PE and Sports by providing staff with professional development opportunities. These included staff working alongside the PE Subject Leader and sharing expertise at professional development meetings across the Maritime Trust with other PE Subject Leaders.

£500

Training and CPD

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. 

£1160

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

Whole School

 Total

 £9,660

 

 

How we will spend the 2018-2019 Allocation

Area of spend

Cost

Impact

Targeted Area

PE Subject Leader to liaise with other PE Subject Leaders in the Academy to organise tournaments so that there are regular all day sport competitions across the Maritime Trust of school. For example an inter school Rugby, netball and football tournament.

 £2000

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.

£3000 

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

We have made links with the Greenwich Peninsula Football Academy to offer After School Football clubs sessions as well as weekend football training sessions and matches – for both boys and girls in KS1 and KS2.

£2000

Encouraging children to become involved in football as well as joining with a local football academy to make football accessible to girls as well.

Year 1 to 6 particularly focusing on getting girls into football

Develop staff knowledge and expertise in teaching PE and Sports by providing staff with professional development opportunities. These will include staff working alongside the PE Subject Leader and the sharing of expertise at professional development meetings and Trust Twilight training sessions.

£3130

Training 

Higher quality teaching and learning and even better outcomes during P.E lessons for the children.

Whole School

We will use some of our funding to support the planning and delivering of our Annual Sports Day to take place at Sutcliffe Athletics Track, combining with our partnership schools. KS1 and EYFS tournaments to take place at alternative venues. 

£1000

 

venue and transport

A showcase of the fantastic sport on offer at school with the children competing at a high level.

Whole School

We will continue to organise and fund an Elite Sports Day where children from the Maritime Trust of schools will meet to compete, with the PE Subject Leaders working with the Trust Sports Champion who will lead on these events.

£1500

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 via annual audits.

£2000

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

Whole School

 Total

 £19,630