Sports Premium 2021/2022
Sports Premium Money
Sports Premium allocations for the academic year 2021 to 2022 are calculated using the number of pupils in years 1 to 6, as recorded in the January 2021 census, as follows:
Purpose of the funding
The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, in the 2021-2022 academic year, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles. Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.
This means that the premium should be used to:
For example, the funding can be used to:
This academic year (2021/2022) Galton Valley Primary School will receive £19,970. We intend to spend this money on the following:
Brief description of purchase
Increase Pupil Participation – Bike Shed, to enable bikes to be more regularly accessed.
Purchase, and install a bike shed so that the bikes can be more accessible for children. Bikes can be accessed regularly at break times and during curriculum workshop. Prepare the ground for the base (Needs levelling). Include racks and helmet storage
Increase Pupil Participation – Bike MaintenanceService and maintenance of 20 Bikes. Bikes to be used regularly at break times and during curriculum workshop.
Increase Pupil Participation – 15 Balance Bikes for EYFS and KS1Following on from EYFS ‘Balance `Bikeabiility’ Sessions. Purchase 15 Balance Bikes and Helmets to be used in KS1 And the EYFS provision.
Increase Pupil Participation – Bikeability TrainingIdentify children to participate in ‘Bikaeablity’ Level 1 training. Level 1 sessions to be delivered to groups of identified children using Aspire as the provider.
£400 (Secure storage)Total = £750
Increase Pupil Participation – Bikeability TrainingPurchase 6 scooters for EYFS + and additional storage shed
Replenish Resources (EYFS)
Purchase larger balls and a range equipment for outdoor learning. Purchase storage bags.
£85 per week x 12
Total = £3240
Top Up Swimming – 1 Term (Summer Term)
Identify children in Y6 to go swimming on a rolling programme to try and increase the number of children reaching 25m. Pay for pool time, transport and additional instructors.
Source available pool time
Identify children who would benefit from additional swimming lessons outside of school. School to pay for a term of lessons, will require parental engagement as this will be outside of the school day.
Replenish Resources – Improving Curriculum Delivery R – Y6
Replace and replenish resources across the curriculum to enhance curriculum delivery.Replenish ‘Active Playground’ resources for playtime – Boxes for each individual bubble.
One Albion Package – Disability Team2.5 hours of curriculum time a week and for SEN children to engage in PE activity with a specialised coach. 16 Focus Provision children will access the curriculum time. (Reduction from sessions missed last academic year)
Increase Pupil Participation, take part in competition – Sports Day stickers, equipment and trophiesPurchase stickers for 1st,2nd and 3rd places and all children that participate. Purchase and engrave three trophies to be awarded to individual children and engraved
Replenish Playtime Equipment and storageRevamp the ‘Games Shop’ adding and replacing resources and purchasing suitable storage to allow children to have easy access at break times
Increase competitive participation – (Transport to inter-schools competitions)Participate in Smethwick cluster of schools ‘competition’ programme to develop participation and inter schools competition.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there was a carry forward
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Increase Pupil Participation – Timber Trail, KS2 Playground
Replace, install and maintain the Timber Trail, with monkey bars in the KS2 playground for KS2 children to use at breaktimes.
All KS2 children access the timber trail at break and lunch times. Upper body strength is improving as the children become more confident on the monkey bars. Children are more physically active at breaktimes.
Increase Pupil Participation – Towards the KS1 Playground
Install a “Pick Up Sticks’ piece of climbing equipment in the KS1 playground, with suitable flooring for all KS1 and EYFS Children to use at Play Time and Lunch Time and EYFS to access as part of the outdoor provision. Repair and relay the “Tyre Park’ in the KS1 Playground for EYFS and KS1 children to use at Play Time and Lunch Time and EYFS to access as part of the outdoor provision.
All KS1 children access the playground equipment at break and lunch times. Children are more physically active at break times
One Albion Package – Disability Team
2.5 hours of curriculum time a week and for SEN children to engage in PE activity with a specialised coach. 16 Focus Provision children will access the curriculum time. (Reduction from sessions missed last academic year)
All children in the FP accessed the provision provided by the disability team. Children were more active in the sessions and staff were supported in ways to develop more physical activity.
Increase Pupil Participation, take part in competition – Sports Day stickers, equipment and trophies
Every child took part in at least one competitive race. Stickers were given out to 1st,2nd and 3rd places and all children that participated. Trophies were awarded to individual children and engraved
All children took part in Sports Day this year – due to restrictions Parents were not able to watch. Every child took part in at least one competitive race.
Total £26,468 (Including Carry forward from previous year due to COVID-19)