Our school had a carry-over of £9,570 from 2015 to2016.
Our school budget for 2016 -2017 was increased with a sports grant of £8,279 which was made up of 2 instalments throughout the academic year, £3458 in May 2016 and £4,821 in November 2016.
Our grant to spend on Sports in 2016-2017 was £17,849.00.
1. The full breakdown of expenditure is as follows:
|9,570.00||-||Carry over from 2015-2016.|
|£3,458.00||-||May Top up Funding|
|£300.00||Education Group Ltd Road to Rio Half Day
Workshop. 18.05.2016. E2042003275
|-||£64.57||Trysports Bicester, Sports Day Awards
|-||£1,000.00||SSCO Provision 2015-16 at Chenderit School
|-||£101.80||Hire of Chenderit Mini Bus for Sports Acitivities
|-||£9.00||Hire of Chenderit Mini Bus for Sports Activities
|-||£8.40||Hire of Chenderit Mini Bus for Sports Activities
|-||£399.00||Aspire Olympic Whole School Workshop 27.06.16
|-||£861.00||Natalie Fox - Performing Arts/Dance Whole School
E2042003314 Term 1 2016
|-||£850.50||Natalie Fox - Performing Arts/Dance Whole School
Term 2 (7 weeks) 2016
|-||£1,081.00||SSCO Provision 2016-17 at Chenderit School
|-||£600.00||Inspired PE/Coaching September 2016
4 weeks. E2042003318
|-||£450.00||Inspired PE/Coaching October 2016
3 weeks. E2042003318
|-||£600.00||Inspired PE/Coaching November 2016
4 weeks. E2042003319
|-||£450.00||Inspired PE/Coaching December 2016
3 weeks. E2042003320. Paid 16.01.17
|-||£1,395.00||Climbing Session for 60 pupils 24th November
|-||£18.00||Chenderit School. Mini bus to attend Cluster
Sports Festivals Term 1 2016 E204200
|-||£290.00||Cheney Coaches Transport to Pinnacle Climbing
|£4,821||November Top Up Funding (7/12ths)|
|-||£630.00||Natalie Evans - Performing Arts/Dance Whole School
Term 3 (5 weeks) 2017 E2042
|-||£99.00||PE Conference 22.11.2016 Lisa Hart
Invoice 6103753. Paid Direct Debit
|-||£30.00||Legacy Leisure Swimming Teacher Hire
February 2017 E2042003403
|-||£7.00||Wade Gymnastics for Year 1 session 8th Dec 2016
|-||£450.00||Inspired PE/Coaching January 2017
3 weeks E2042003414
|-||£360.00||Inspired PE/Coaching February 2017
3 Weeks E2042003415
|-||750.00||Inspired PE/Coaching March 2017
5 Weeks E2042003416
|-||£756.00||Natalie Evans - Performing Arts/Dance Whole School
Term 4 (6 weeks) E2042003417
|-||£50.00||Dave Herring Swimming Course book with
Institute of Swimming Attending 22.03.17
|-||£6.00||Mini Bus Hire for Sports Event at Chenderit School
|-||£325.00||Life Education Mobile whole school
|-||£6.00||Mini Bus Hire for Sports Event at Chenderit School
Yr 3&4 Indoor athletics
|-||24.00||Mini bus hire from Chenderit school|
|-||£41.40||Chenderit School. Mini bus to attend Cluster
Sports Festivals E2042 Singing/Wades Gym/
Farm/ Football festival
|-||£164.82||Legacy Leisure Swimming Teacher Hire|
|-||£5,671.51||Teaching: PE Skillsets - Teaching as part of the curriculum teacher pay Greatworth School/Training shadow of Teaching Assistant for PE class.|
The effect of the premium on pupils PE and Sport participation and attainment in the school has been clearly defined by the interest and achievement in out of school athletics at the local secondary school. The regular visits also familiarise students with the secondary school disciplines and environment ahead of their moves from year 6 in to secondary education.
The celebration of these achievements in our clubs are celebrated in assembly which has been warmly received by the students and parents, also the parents have given feedback on the encouragement that these activities has given to join out of school clubs.
There was a higher take up to the athletics participation and attainment in dance and PE from the feedback, take up for the cricket team was higher than previous years with our Year 5 & 6 children going to Chenderit Secondary School in Middleton Cheney to participate in their Cricket Festival. They joined 5 other schools in a round robin tournament. Each innings was 8 overs with 4 balls per over. Only 8 children played at a time and they swapped around the players. They thoroughly enjoyed their games against Farthinghoe, St Loy’s and Middleton Cheney.
As a school who places particular emphasis on Music, Dance and the Sports, our aim is to ensure that our achievements in this year are sustained by continuing the variety of the sports we offer, continuing with the high level of tutorship from outside suppliers such as Inspired PE and Natalie Fox and continue the celebration assemblies for sports inside and outside school.
Our school had a nil carry-over from 2016 to 2017.
Our school budget for 2017 -2018 was allocated with a sports grant of £20,054 which was made up of 2 instalments throughout the academic year, £3,444 in May 2017 and £16,610 in November 2017.
Our grant to spend on Sports in 2017-2018 was £20,054
The full breakdown of expenditure is as follows:
|£3,444.00||-||-||First Advance Sports Grant|
|-||£6,504.00||-||Terms 5 & 6 2017 and 1,2,3 and 4 2017-2018 Dance Lessons with Natalie Evans|
|-||£5,400.00||-||Terms 5 & 6 2017 and 1,2,3 and 4 2017-2018 Inspired PE; Sports and PE lessons|
|-||£8,150.00||-||Teacher Assistant & Teacher Shadow Skills for PE Class|
Greatworth Primary School believes that arts and sports are essential in developing resilience, creativity and imagination. Because of this, we have dedicated the majority of our Sports Funding Grant for this financial year in developing our Performing Arts and PE departments. We also believe that putting learning in to real life contexts adds value and for this reason, we have also decided to continue investing in our partnership with Greatworth Hall Farm.
The level of concentration has improved in the classroom, and the confidence in pupils who were lacking in social development has improved due to the emphasis in the class day not being solely focused on core subjects. It has been noticed and fed back by the majority of parents.
We have committed our funding to weekly lessons in these key areas with our professional partners, and have in addition, funded our teaching team to train with them in learning some key skills to utilise in the classroom bringing the Arts in to our core curriculum and not just an added “extra” this ensures that the continuation of the level of attainment that we are seeing sue to these areas can be planned internally if required in the future.
If the level of funding in this grant is not sustained, we need to ensure that we do not as a school fall back on this provision.
This programme enables our children to participate in competitions and festivals which encourage children to enjoy new sports. So far this year we have competed in cross-country and Y34 Sports Hall athletics competitions. For each of these events 25 children participated and children and parents enjoyed the team spirit and developed their growth mind-set and rewards of their hard work.