PE & Sport Premium

PE Funding Information 2016 - 2017 

At Trevelyan Middle School we are very proud of what we have on offer and our specialist provision; we recognise the significant contribution of PE to the health and well-being of all children. In addition, we believe that a varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all children. 

The government has allocated additional funding of £150 million on improving physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools academic years. The funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport. As a middle school we will receive funding for our key stage 2 pupils. We will use this allocated money for the benefit of all pupils regardless of their sporting ability and further extend our range on offer. 

PE & Sport Premium, September 2016 - 2017 

Trevelyan Middle School are to be allocated £9,190 to support and improve the PE and Sport programme from September 2016 – July 2017. (£5,360.83 received October 2016, £3,829.17 expected to be received in April 2017) 

The money has been supplemented and allocated as follows: 

£3,000.00 Contribution towards Windsor Sports College Membership where we have had coaches into school delivering a range of activities: Golf, Gymnastics, Multi-Sports and Sports Hall Athletics. Hosting and competing in the Year 5/6 Team Gym Event, and qualifying/attending the finals with our team. Payments to competitions/leagues via the partnership including Football and the year 5/6 Sports Hall Athletics. In the summer term to travel to and participate in Year 5/6 Rounders and Athletics competitions. Subsidising minibus costs to travel to and from fixtures with Year 5/6 pupils. 

£5,630.00 Specialist PE teachers to teach KS2 in all PE lessons and lead extra-curricular activities. Extra-Curricular clubs offered to KS2 up to 31 March 2017 have included: Netball, Football, Gymnastics, Sports Hall Athletics, Tag Rugby, Ultimate Frisbee, Badminton and Cross-Country. PE teachers training Year 8 Sports Leaders to lead clubs for Year 5/6 at lunchtimes. 

£560.00 Estimated contribution towards Sports Day. 

The Impact of Funding 2016 - 2017 

% of pupils at KS2 taken part in at least one extra-curricular club so far this year: 

Year 5 – 46% (70 pupils) 

Year 6 – 62% (86 pupils) 

 

% of pupils at KS2 representing the school in at least one inter school competition so far this year: 

Year 5 – 19% (28 pupils) 

Year 6 – 30% (42 pupils) 

 

100% of the students take part in at least 2 Inter School House Matches in some way. 

 

EXPECTED End of Key Stage 2 PE Attainment 2016 - 2017 

After 4 terms of the academic year, we predict 88% of year 6 to be on target to reach Age Related Expectations or higher – 15% higher than last academic year. 

64% = Secure (88 pupils) 

23% = Mastery (32 pupils) 

1% = Enrich (2 pupils)