Purpose of the Premium

This funding must be used to fund improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary aged pupils.

The use of part of the PE and Sports Premium on our PE Coach to support the development of teaching and learning and sports participation is key to sustaining a legacy from this funding. The inspirational and guided work undertaken for our pupils by the coach in partnership with our staff has increased participation, skill levels and enjoyment.

 Provision and Impact

  • Children now enjoy taking part in a wider variety of sports.
  • Inter-school competitions within our cluster of schools happens more  regularly.
  • There has been a massive improvement in the quality of PE lessons taught across the school. This is now sustainable in the future, due to the up-skilling of staff.

Our ASF (Abbey Sports Foundation) pupils contribute widely to PE lessons and extra-curricular activities (often with a focus on girls’ participation) to ensure that the grant impacts as widely as possible.”

 

PE and Sports Premium: Academic Year 2016 to 2017

 

Total Allocation and Breakdown of Expenditure

 

Total allocation

£10,775

Football Association training 

£322

Swimming training

£225

Table Tennis training

£30

Leicester City Football PL Primary Stars

£1,050

Crown Hills School Sport/PA Membership

£1500

Leicester City Football Association

£400

Coaching costs and support for teaching and leaning within P.E lessons

£7248

The document below outlines the difference the funding makes with the PE and Sport participation and attainment of the pupils.

PE and Sports Premium: Academic Year 2015 to 2016

 

Total Allocation and Breakdown of Expenditure

 

Total allocation

£10,657

Coaching costs and support for teaching and learning within PE lessons 

£9,828

Football Association affiliation

£165

Leicester City FC (4 year old programme)

£280

Sports Kit

£426

Gymnasium hire

£180

Gymnastics coaching costs

£1300

Trophies

£397
   
Total Expenditure £12,382
The difference of £1725 came from the school budget