What is Sport Premium?
Sport Premium is an additional amount of money provided by the Government to develop school sports related activities across Primary and Secondary Schools. The amount of funding received by schools is based upon the number of primary age children the school has.
The sport premium is to be used to increase the quality and breadth of PE @ Sport provision, and increasing participation in PE and Sport. Miss Hardy is our PE and Sports Premium co-ordinator.
At Framwellgate Moor Primary School, we strive to promote healthy and active lifestyles and aim to provide sporting opportunities for all of our children.
The 2015-2016 Sport Premium funding for Framwellgate Moor Primary School is £9075. This funding is used for:
Investing in the School Sports Partnership (www.durhamcityssp.org.uk) Basic Service Level Agreement to provide the school with a fully organised annual programme of competitions/tournaments and festivals;
- Access to a set amount of transport to festivals and competitions
- Access to gifted and talented multi-skill academy for Year 5 and 6 children
- CPD for curriculum physical education for staff
- Provision of 4 x 6 week blocks of curriculum and/or after-school activity in a variety of sports
- SSP Network meetings to support PE Coordinators/PLTs in their role developing PE and Sport within
- Promotion and development of links to local sports club
- Access to Team Durham assemblies
- Central co-ordination of school sport programme in SSP area
The additional ways we will be using our Sport Premium Funding this year:
- Fund a Gymnastic coach from Deerness Gymnastics Academy to teach 4 classes of children per week all year round.
- Subsidise cost for after school provision e.g. Cheerleading, Tennis
- Fully fund the Change4Life programme to teach children about the importance of an overall healthy lifestyle
- Fund enrichment and physical additional projects for parents to watch and participate e.g. Cheerleading dances performed by pupils in July 2015
- Gym Kidz – workshops for children and displayed for parents in July 2015
- Karate and Judo, kick boxing assemblies and workshops
- Investing in new equipment to deliver playground activities e.g. new spring board