Sports Premium Grant for School 2022 – 2023
The Sports Premium Grant is a lump sum payment to all maintained and state-funded schools in England. Nightingale Primary School prides itself on promoting a range of activities through the taught curriculum, extra-curricular activities, visits and competitions to promote life-long healthy habits.
|Sports Premium received in 2022 – 2023
We support the government’s initiative to combat obesity and build daily activity into the daily lives of our children through a varied P.E. curriculum, extra-curricular activities including lunchtimes but also through an activity led curriculum.
Our Primary Sports Premium funding has enabled us to continue to offer swimming lessons to our children from age 6-11 in our on-site swimming pool lead by qualified swimming instructors. This has ensured that our swimming data is very strong when children leave in year 6.
Nightingale Primary School is supplementing our funding with additional monetary resources from the main budget with an aim to increasing opportunities for pupil engagement with physical activities, across the whole school day and after school, also including lunch time provisions. Through these increased opportunities for participation pupils will also have wider opportunities to take part in inter school competition. In measuring impact, it is important to build a picture of impact across different pupil groups. A funding commitment has been made across the following 5 indicators:
- The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy, active lifestyles.
- The profile of P.E. and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
- Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
- Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupil
- Increased participation in competitive sport
|Provision of curriculum and dance sessions provided by external providers, including additional extension sessions for year 5/6 leading to theatre performance
|All pupils, from Year 1-6 receive half a term specialist dance teaching, which is linked to the curriculum through the company INTERGR8 dance.
|This is in line with indicator 4- offering broader experience of a range of sport and activities offered to all pupils, indicator 1 and 2
|Transport for Local League Games and School Games event – hire of local minibus to transport pupils and coaches to local league/sporting events.
|Pupils on our school’s Netball and Football teams have been able to attend local league matches, as well as other children across the school being able to attend Hampshire School Games events.
|This in line with indicator 4 and 5.
|Subscription to Get Set 4 PE
|All pupils benefit as it provides teachers with the subject knowledge, confidence and support in assessment, development and delivery of high-quality P.E. Supporting PE leads in coordinating sport and PE provision and progression across the whole school.
|This is inline with indicator 1 – 4.
Provision of Swimming instructors across the Autumn term to maximise swimming opportunities for all pupils from year 1 upwards
All children, from Year 1 upwards had access to weekly 40-minute swimming lessons in the school’s outside swimming pool, across the first half of the autumn term 2022.
|This is in-line with indicator 1, 3 and 5
|Children Team Sports kits
|Sports kits bought to replace old, out of date kit with new school logo on it. Children are now provided with enough kit for both teams to wear during sports games and tournaments.
|This is in-line with indicators 1, 2, and 5.
Courses and staff Training Total
PE Conference Course 2x staff members
Pool Testing Training
Outdoor Learning Course
|Upskilling of staff to improve the profile of PE across the school, and to ensure an inspiring P.E. curriculum is being provided to all children at Nightingale Primary School. New Outdoor Learning training provided in line with a whole school initiative, and making good use of the school’s amazing outdoor environment.
|This is in-line with indicator 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
|Appointment of an in-house sports coaches to teach tailored lessons to each class, as well as lunchtime sports provision and Gymnastic after school club. Coach is also responsible for organising inter/intra school competitions.
All pupils, from EYFS –Year 6 receive a weekly PE session with a specialist sports coach. Children will have more opportunities to join with organised
physical activity both in and out of
school. Sports coaches are strong role models for all children modelling the impact of regular physical activity for the children, as well as providing high-quality lessons for staff to develop their own skills.
This is in-line with indicators 1, 2, 3 and 5.
|Total cost of funding for additional
sports and physical activity funding: £28,197.00To be paid for through: £19,870 – Pupil Premium funding
£8327.00 – Shortfall met through school budget