PE Sports Premium
For the financial year 2022 – 2023, PE and Sports Premium funding was allocated across years 1 to 6 to promote improvements in PE and sport in primary schools. Our focus, as a school, was to continue to broaden opportunities linked to physical education and school sport, as well as, identifying way to increase cultural capital to allow our pupils varied experiences in line with both their interests and pupil voice.
The total PE and Sport Premium allocation for Romans Fields for 2022 - 2023 was £16,553.
Provision Targeted Funding
In order to promote healthy, active lifestyles and to raise attainment and engagement of our pupils in both sport and PE we have used our Sport premium allocation as follows:
- Climbquest trips- £237.50
- Paramount parkour lunchtime sessions - £1,400
- Northampton Saints lunchtime sessions- £540
- Swimming lessons for Year 6- £86
- Bikeability learn to ride and Level 1- £100
- Bikeability Level 2- £150
- Gymfinity kids trips- £240
- Safari MK PE trip- £75
- Setting up the Birdbox gym (gym equipment and resources)- £127.98
- Badminton net and post set- £152
- Pop up tent- £101.84
- Sports Day stickers- £13.80
PE equipment maintenance
- Play equipment safety inspection- £155
- Universal services- £35.20
Furthermore, to compliment the targeted funding the school has further developed PE and Sport through the following activities which have been funded from the school's budget or from additional funding:
- Continuing to fund two PE Teaching assistants to develop the school's targeted approach to PE and sport.
- Continuing to develop and implement the long term plan for PE.
The impact of our Sport premium funding has enabled the following to occur:
- Our pupils have continued to have access to a wider range of PE and Sports activities due to specialist teaching assistants who develop PE lessons in line with pupil interests and engagement.
- Our pupils have continued to enjoy varied extra-curricular provision and lunchtime sessions which allow all pupils the opportunity to partake in more PE and Sports opportunities during the school day.
- The PE team have continually reflected on the subject and have identified ways to further develop their practice to ensure high quality PE lessons which enable maximal participation and pupil engagement.
Of the 18 year 6 pupils who attended swimming in the 22-23 academic year the following was achieved:
- 28% of pupils can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25m.
- 61% of pupils can use a range of strokes effectively, for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke.
- 83% of pupils can perform a safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.