Sports Premium Impact Review
The school is extremely proud of its sport provision. We are a part of the local pyramid of schools and take part in a large number of extra curricular competative sports over the year. The school also has specialist sports provision provided by MK Springer Gymnastics Club and a large number of extra curricular sporting activites. The vast majority of our pupils take part in these over the year.
PE grant 2018-2019
In the 2018-2019 financial year, Aspley Guise Lower School received a £17,070 PE grant (£16,000 plus £10 per Full Time pupil).
The terms of the grant state that it should be spent on sustainable projects to improve sport for pupils now and in the future. Expenditure this financial year has been as follows:
Expenditure on shortfall from previous year £1,249
Recruitment of PE Apprentice to develop more PE skills £6,272
Community sports tournaments etc £3,950
Upgrade of indoor PE equipment £280
New play equipment: mats, balls etc £209
Refurbishment of sports hall floor £2,280
Upgrade of outdoor play equipment £400
New outdoor play equipment £77
Positive play training (staff and pupils) £870
Additional sports activity teaching £390
New sports activities, Early Years £495
Outdoor adventure contribution £105
Greensand Trust education £104
Additional PE co-ordinator time £200
New Dance club £100
The impact of the expenditure is that: the school was recognised for its strong commitment to sport and was one of the first schools to be awarded the Platinum Games Mark for School Sport. We held new activities to increase pupil understanding in a range of sports, such as Tennis for our Reception children, Judo for older classes, Dance club to enter a competition and higher order athletics coaching. Our indoor and outdoor sports facilities were refurbished to extend their sustainability, and additional equipment was purchased to continue extended sports activities in a sustainable way. Our PE apprentice is on the playground at every break time with the sole objective of increasing pupil participation in sport at these times. She has also been instrumental in enabling the less active in lessons to participate to a more productive way.