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St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School

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Sports Premium Funding

Sports Premium 2017 - 2018 School Year

The funding received for this year is approximately £19,000. This is following the announcement of additional funding by the government.

Our objectives this year are:

1) Increase the number of children attending all clubs

2) Reduce the number of children to zero who don't attend any club

3) To increase the number of children attending more than one club through better promotion of sports that may be new to some children

This will be spent as follows:

1) Project Sport for the provision of Sports Clubs and provision of CPD where coaches work in the lessons with the staff. £12,600

2) Fidget Feet for the provision of three Street Dance Clubs £3000

3) Sports Development Officer to increase participation £1000

4) 5SPorts Coaching for the provision of two before school clubs for Frisbee and Gaelic Football £1000

5) Sports Equipment £2000

 

2016-2017 Review of Spending

The school allocation for the Sports Premium was £9342. It was agreed that, in order to offer a wider range of clubs, we would provide an additional £3,313 of funding, making a total spend of £12,655

This was spent as follows:

Fidget Feet for Street Dance £2875

Project Sport for the provision of sports clubs and CPD for teachers £9780

Attendance Figures for Years One to Six

 

50 children in Yr2:  42 participating in extracurricular sporting activities at St Joseph’s  = 84 % 

8 children in Yr2  not participating in extracurricular sporting activities at St Joseph’s  = 16 % 

49 children in Yr3:  43 participating in extra-curricular sporting activities at St Joseph’s  = 87%

 

6 children in Yr3 not participating in extra-curricular sporting activities at St Joseph’s  = 13%

 

49 children in Yr4:  41 participating in extra-curricular sporting activities at St Joseph’s  = 84%

 

8 children in Yr4 not participating in extra-curricular sporting activities at St Joseph’s  =  16%

 

45 children in Yr5:  40 participating in extra-curricular sporting activities at St Joseph’s  =  88%

 

5 children in Yr5 not participating in extra-curricular sporting activities at St Joseph’s  =  12%

 

50 children in Yr6:  45 participating in extra-curricular sporting activities at St Joseph’s  =  90%

 

5 children in Yr6 not participating in extra-curricular sporting activities at St Joseph’s  =  10%

 

Pupils who attended more than 3 sports 2016/12017

 

Year 1 – 8 out of 40 = 20%

Year 2 – 18 out of 50 = 36%

Year 3 – 15 out of 49 = 31%

Year 4 – 19 out of 49 = 39%

Year 5 – 13 out of 44 = 30%

Year 6 – 14 out of 49 = 29%