Sport Premium Allocation
PE and Sport Funding
‘Sports Premium’ is funding specifically for sports provision and began in September 2013. At Springfield Junior School, we use it to enhance, enable and enrich the lives of our children by offering them something new, exciting and different in our provision for PE.
In October 2014, our use of the PE and Sport Premium was published as a successful case study by Ofsted
Springfield Junior School PE and Sport Premium 2017/18
- Achieved Silver School Games Mark 2016/17
- 96% of Year 6 pupils achieved the required standard in swimming
- 60 % of all pupils attended at least one extracurricular sports club during 2016/17
- 22% of pupils represented the school in at least one sports event in 2016/17
- Yr 4 Squash Saxon Cup Winners December 2016
- Boys’ Football Cup Winners 2017
- Boys’ Football League Runners Up 2017
- Boys’ Football County Finalists 2017
- Year 4 Dance Performance at Dance East
Meeting National Curriculum requirements for Swimming and Water Safety:
96% of our Year 6 pupils could swim competently and confidently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left Springfield Junior School at the end of the last academic year.
62% of our Year 6 pupils could perform self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left Springfield Junior School at the end of the last academic year.
Funding to be receive this year
For the academic year 2017/18, we will receive £19,497 in PE and sport premium.
To see how we will use it, click on the link below:
To see how we used the Sports Premium in 2016-17, click on the link below:
To see how we used the Sports Premium 2015-16, click on the link below:
Previously we have undertaken the following projects:
Project 1 – Circus Skills
Following pupil focus groups, the children told us that they enjoyed the clubs that we offer but would like to do something a little different. Due to our aim of engaging every child in physical activity outside of their PE lessons, one of our staff members attended a Circus Skills CPD Workshop. In order to set up this club, we needed to purchase additional equipment which came to a total of £899.02. This club will commence January 2017 and its impact will be monitored.
Project 2 – Football
In the past, a football club has been offered to Year 5&6 children. However, in our focus groups, it became apparent that the younger children wanted to participate in football also. As a result, we now have 2 football sessions, 1 for Years 3&4 and 1 for Years 5&6, which are subsidised by the school.
Project 3 – Duathlon Club – Mornings before school
The Duathlon Club offered the pupils something new, exciting and different. Each morning, before school, pupils get the opportunity to take part in cycling on road bikes with turbo trainers, running and circuit training. This is followed by a free healthy breakfast in school. For this project, the school purchased 6 racing bikes with turbo trainers, adapters and additional storage for the equipment.
Project 4 – Increasing participation
The pupils now have the opportunity to attend a Change4life Sports Club. In addition, the playground has been painted with line markings for lots of different physical activities for the children at playtime and lunchtime. These activities are led by specially trained Midday Play Assistants (MPAs). Staff have also received training for these activities.
Project 5 – Improving current provision
The third element that we invested the money in previously was through improving the current provision of physical education within the school. Money was spent on staff attending training courses including those from the Suffolk PE advisor – Michael Crichton. Training was disseminated throughout the school.
Impact of Sports Premium funding
The links below show our analysis of projects 3, 4 and 5: