Starting school September 2018

If your child was born between 1 September 2013 and 31 August 2014 he or she can start school in September 2018. From Monday 6 November 2017 until Monday 15 January 2018 you can apply online via Portsmouth City Council school admissions website ---> www.portsmouth.gov.uk/school admissions

Prospective parents/children for reception children in September 2018 are invited to look around our school on 29 November from 9.15 -10.15.  Please contact the school office on 02392 824828 to let us know you would like to visit.  

PE Funding

PE Grant 2017/2018

Information on our PE Grant is included with our Pupil Premium 2017/2018 Plan under 'Our Policies' section

 

PE Grant 2016/17

PE AND SPORT PREMIUM FUNDING FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS 2016-17.pdf

 

PE Grant 2015/16

The government has allocated funding to Primary Schools for the academic year 2015/16 to support the cost of improvements to the provision of PE and sport so that children develop healthy lifestyles.  Our grant for 2015/16 is expected  to be £9405 and the information below indicates how we plan to spend this allocation over the course of the year.

Focus

Amount

2015-16

Academic

Year

 

Proposed spend

Actual expenditure 2015-16

Detail

Intended Impact

Outcomes

Year 6 residential Isle of Wight – part contribution

£2500

 

Financial provision to take Y6 children for a residential visit September 2016 to promote outdoor activities, such as, orienteering.

  • Life skills
  • Enjoyment
  • Healthy lifestyle
  • Fitness
  • Increased confidence, self esteem and positive relationships
  • Team building
  •  

After School swimming club

 

 

 

£550

 

 

 

 

Groups of children participate in after school swimming club

 

Sep 15  – July 16 1.5 hrs x club leader 38 weeks

 

  • Life skills
  • Confidence
  • Healthy lifestyle
  • Fitness
  • Local community link
  • Encourage an interest in extra-curricular sports clubs
 

After school dance club

£1170

 

39 weeks @ £30 per session

Club runs after school on a weekly basis and children can request a place

 

  • Life skills
  • Confidence
  • Healthy lifestyle
  • -      Fitness

 

 

Playground Enhancements

 

£2500

 

 

 

 

 

Provision of additional playground equipment for the foundation stage following completion of new classrooms

  • Life skills
  • Confidence
  • Healthy lifestyle
  • Fitness
  • Enjoyment
  • Increase confidence and positive relationships
  •  

 

Race for Life Fundraising

£300

 

Pupils all participate in the sponsored Race for Life and during that week school will provide ingredients  for pupils to either take part in a healthy breakfast or healthy cooking lesson as part of the “Change for Life” initiative.

  • Life skills
  • Confidence
  • Healthy lifestyle
  • Fitness
  • Local community link
  • Encourage an interest in extra-curricular sports clubs

 

 

KS2 Offsite sports event

 

£1000

 

 

 

To provide experiences for Yr 5 pupils with a focus on enrichment and extending skills

Eg day visits to activity centre, sailing centre Portsmouth -

  • Life skills
  • Enjoyment
  • Healthy lifestyle
  • Fitness
  • Increased confidence, self esteem and positive relationships
  • Team building

 

Staff

Development/training

£400

£0

PE Leader to attend Hampshire annual  PE Conference July

  • Improved quality of sport provision for pupils
  • Increased number of staff with sporting experience who may be able to run enrichment clubs
  •  

Staff

Development/training

£1200

 

4 members of staff to attend course on Outdoor Education,

  • Improved quality of sport provision for pupils
  • Increased number of staff with sporting experience who may be able to run enrichment clubs

 

Total 2015/16

£9620

 

 

   

 

PE Grant 2014/15

The government has allocated funding to Primary Schools for the academic year 2014/15 to support the cost of improvements to the provision of PE and sport so that children develop healthy lifestyles.  Our grant for 2014/15 is expected  to be £9190 and the information below indicates how we plan to spend this allocation over the course of the year.

 

PE Funding proposed spend 2014-15 outturn report

 

  PE Grant 2013-14

The government has allocated funding to Primary Schools for the academic years 2013/14 and 2014/15 to support the cost of improvements to the provision of PE and sport so that children develop healthy lifestyles.  Our grant for 2013/14 was £9145 and the information below shows how this grant has been used over the year.  

Focus

Actual spend

2013-14

Academic Year 

Detail

 

 

 

Impact

Swimming lessons and costs (term time)

 

£1125

 

 

 

 

 

 

£900

 

 

All children from year three upwards participate in swimming lessons for a half term. 

 Cost Nov-July 14 x 30 weeks  releasing one teacher instructor

@ 28.00 per hour and one lifeguard @ £9.50 per hour

 

Pool hire 20 sessions in summer term

-

Children have participated in swimming lessons.  Staff have indicated that these lessons have ensured that children are more competent and confident, showing a positive effect on their lifestyle and their safety around water.

-

-

-

-

-

Life skills            

Confidence

Healthy lifestyle

Fitness

Local community link

After School swimming club

£171

Groups of children participate in after school swimming club

April 14 – July 14 1.5 hrs x club leader £9.50 per hour (12 weeks)

 

 

-

Children have participated in swimming lessons.  Staff have indicated that these lessons have ensured that children are more competent and confident, showing a positive effect on their lifestyle and their safety around water.

-

-

-

-

-

-

Life skills            

Confidence

Healthy lifestyle

Fitness

Local community link Encourage an interest in extra-curricular sports clubs

Street Dance Club

(external provider)

 

£250

After School club

Nov 13 – Jan 14 culminating in children participating in a theatre event in Portsmouth

-

Children from Years 4/5/6 were able to take part in one street dance session per week after school.  The children who attended these sessions performed at the Kings Theatre.

-

-

-

-

-

Life skills            

Confidence

Healthy lifestyle

Fitness

Local community link

 

Kinect Club  (external provider)

£1015

36 weeks per academic year @

£35 per session

Club runs before school on a weekly basis and children can request a place

 

-

Children who attended Kinect club had an opportunity to participate in a            

variety of PE and interactive  Wii fit programmes  

-

-

-

-

 

Life skills            

Confidence

Healthy lifestyle

Fitness

 

Football club

(internal provision)

 

 

£320

After school club 1 hr weekly @

£10 per session

Oct 13 – Jul 14 

Sep-14 – Jul 15

-

This is a very supported club and have encouraged team building skills, fitness and confidence

-

-

-

-

Life skills            

Confidence

Healthy lifestyle

Fitness

   

 

   

-

Encourage an interest in extra-curricular sports clubs

Curriculum 

£1000

PE equipment bought to enhance and extend the range of sports children participate in during lesson time.

-

All phases were given £250 to spend on dedicated equipment suitable for engaging the children and delivering practical physical education lessons.

-

-

-

Enjoyment            

Extended knowledge of a

range of sports Healthy lifestyle

   

 

   

-

Fitness
         

-

Encourage an interest in            

extra-curricular sports clubs

 

Enrichment 

£900

PE equipment bought to enhance and extend the range of sports children participate in during

enrichment time, for example, through after school and lunchtimes.

-

Originally £1500 was earmarked for purchase of equipment but only £900 was spent during the 13-14 academic year

-

-

-

-

-

Enjoyment            

Extended knowledge of a

range of sports Healthy lifestyle

Fitness

Encourage an interest in extra-curricular sports clubs outside of school.

 

Sports days/events 

 

 

 

 

 

£0

 

Liaising with other academies in the Ark network to organise sports events, in-school sports day.

-

Due to logistical problems in attending the ARK sports day the planned expenditure of £1000 was deferred and the funding has been earmarked to provide transport  for

-

-

-

-

-

Enjoyment            

Healthy lifestyle

Healthy competition

Sportsmanship

Fitness

     

-

Y6 children to a residential in October             

2014

£1150  

-

Extended knowledge of a range of sports 

 

KS2 Offsite sports

/activity events

 

£0

 

To provide experiences for KS2 pupils with a focus on

enrichment and extending skills

Eg day visits to activity centres

 -

£2000 deferred to 2014/15 academic             

year to fund Yr6 residential visit in

October 2014

-

-

-

-

-

Life skills            

Enjoyment

Healthy lifestyle

Fitness

Increased confidence, self esteem and positive relationships

         

-

Team building

Staff 

Development/training 

£400

PE Leader to attend Hampshire annual  PE Conference July

-

PE Leader attended the conference and has a deeper understanding of the new PE curriculum for 2014.

-

-

Improved quality of sport provision for pupils Increased number of staff with sporting experience who may be able to run enrichment clubs 

Staff 

Development/training 

£300

PE Leader to attend training courses Outdoor Education, PE &

DofE

-

PE Leader attended the training and now understands where PE and offsite activities can be incorporated into other areas of the curriculum eg Numeracy to broaden children’s experiences and solve problems using            

real life context, in our school environment.

-

-

Improved quality of sport provision for pupils Increased number of staff with sporting experience who may be able to run enrichment clubs 

 Sub Total :

£6381

 

-

 

-

 

Expenditure deferred to 2014/15

£3150

 

 

 

 

 

Overall total spend

£9531