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Simon de Senlis Primary School Sports Premium Report 2014-2015 Created: October 2015 Number of pupils and Sports Premium Grant Received in 2014-15 Total of pupils on roll at the time of calculation 400 Total SPG Received £10,000 Nature of support in 2014-15 1. Professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport- REAL PE training (training, resources and cover) £2,750 2. Specialist teacher delivering PE Y2- Y6 £2,000 3. Funding SSCO for cluster sports development £1,000 4. Sports/PE Equipment £1,250 5. Contribution to minibus lease £3,000 Impact of the SPG Spending 1. All teaching staff completed ‘REAL PE’ training and are delivering new curriculum to pupils. All KS2 staff teaching swimming received training. 2. Teaching by specialist PE teacher increased from 10-13 hours. 3. Participation in cluster and town wide sports events to continues to rise and be high. 75% of events entered. Rugby, cricket and football tournaments won, 6 town wide finals reached. 4. Participation in sports clubs continues to rise and in particular at KS1 and for children supported by the Pupil Premium grant. All pupil premium children offered free places at clubs, 36% of KS1, 70% KS2 participating. 21 clubs altogether. 5. Minibus leased by school used for increased participation in competitions and events. 4 drivers trained, minibus used whenever required for PE fixtures. OFSTED in July 2014 said: The school is spending its sport funding to train staff to deliver a physical education curriculum that excites pupils and builds the skills levels year-on-year. The impact of this is evident in well-structured lessons and very motivated staff and pupils. Pupils indicate how sport has improved in the school and their participation rates in inter- school competitions and after-school clubs has risen sharply. Simon de Senlis Primary School Sports Premium Update Planning for 2015-16 Number of pupils and Sports Premium Grant Received in 2015-16 Total of pupils on roll at the time of calculation 411 Total SPG Received £10,000 Planned support in 2015-16 1. Enhanced Schools Programme from NSSP. Professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport, young leader training, extended opportunities for competition at inter and intra school level. £2,750 2. Two specialist teachers delivering PE YR- Y6. £3,000 3. Sports Equipment. £1,250 4. Minibus contribution £3,000 Planned impact of Sports Premium in 2015-16 1. Teaching of REAL PE by all staff at least good on observation Summer 2016. 2. Specialist teachers delivering PE YR- Y6- good or better on observation. 3. Engagement with extended schools programme from NSSP- NQT support, wider opportunities for vulnerable groups, gifted and talented pupils and links with sport coaches and clubs. 4. 30 young leaders from Y5 trained and leading lunchtime and inter school competitions in every year group. 5. Increase/ maintain equipment across school. To include more variety for inclusion- boccia, curling and archery. 6. Sustainable commitment to attendance at sports fixtures without relying on parents, few staff members. 7. Working towards Gold Sportsmark. Simon de Senlis Primary achieved the Silver Sportsmark in September 2015 and have been nominated for Northampton Town Sport’s Primary School of the Year.