Hunslet Carr Primary School’s School Sport Funding report 2017-18
School Sport Funding is money that is provided by the government to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of Physical Education, sport and physical activity within schools. The school has been in receipt of additional government funding specified as 'Sport Premium' since its introduction in September 2013. For the academic year 2017-18, schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil.
Schools are free to spend the Sport Premium as they see fit since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for all the pupils within their responsibility. This extra funding must be spent on Physical Education, school sport and physical activity. Each of these are defined as follows:
Physical Education - the delivery of the curriculum within lesson time to all children by teachers.
School Sport - the extra-curricular activities and competitions that our children have the opportunity to participate in.
Physical Activity - how we as a school promote exercise for enjoyment in addition to being an integral part of a healthy, active lifestyle.
As a school we are held accountable for how we use the additional funding. From April 2014 we have been required to publish online information regarding how we have invested the PE & Sport Premium and the impact it has made. To meet this requirement the following information has been produced which sets out the amount of Sport Premium we will receive and how we intend to use it.
We will utilise this extra funding to improve all aspects of Physical Education, sport and physical activity. This includes: maximising pupil progress, increasing participation in sport and physical activity, professional development for staff and to provide all children with the skills and knowledge required to lead a healthy and active lifestyle.
As a school we carefully consider how to spend our funding and the impact it will have on our children. We use information and guidance from the Youth Sport Trust to decide upon the most effective ways to spend the grant. For more information on this please follow this link:
We use the Youth Sport Trust Quality Mark as an accreditation scheme, which is a nationally recognised kitemark for PE and school sport that helps us to identify priorities for our development plan.
For more information about the school’s vision and long term plan, please click here
For more information about the Action Plan for PE 2017-18, please click here
For more information about the Action Plan for School Sports 2017-18, please click here
For more information about how the school intends to spend the Sport Premium during the academic year 2017-18, please click here
For more information about how the school spent the Sport Premium during the academic year 2016-17, please click here
For more information about how the school spent the Sport Premium during the academic year 2015-16, please click here
For information about how the school spent the Sport Premium during the academic year 2014-15, please click here
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