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Planned Expenditure and Report to Parents 2016 – 2017
The government announced they were spending £450,000 million over 3 academic years on providing funding for primary schools to improve the quality of PE and sports activities offered. St John’s has received approximately £9000 which we will spend on improving the quality of PE and sports provision for the long-term.
|Sports Premium Grant||£8000 plus £5 per pupil (£1,192)|
|Total number of pupils on roll||238 (year 1- year 6)|
St John’s Primary School believes the purpose of the Sports Premium should be to:
Improve the quality of Physical Education and sports activities offered to pupils.
Provide continual professional development for staff to ensure teachers plan and deliver high quality Physical Education lessons in line with the new curriculum.
Provide appropriate competitive sport opportunities for children, within and outside of school.
Provide staff with teaching resources required to help them teach PE and sport.
Promote healthy lifestyle choices both within school and in the wider community, by engaging parents.
Support and involve the least active children.
Work in partnership with other organisations and schools to maximise the potential of the Sports Premium.
Alongside the funding we will work in close partnership with other organisations and schools to maximise the potential of the Sports Premium and the impact that it has at our school.
Premier Sport is the UK's largest children's coaching company of its kind, successfully delivering more than 20,000 sport and physical activity sessions every month. Premier Sport supports teachers in their curriculum delivery and provides parents with an invaluable service before, during, afterschool and during holiday periods. For more information about Premier Sports please visit their website: sport.premier-education.com/
Ben Sargeant (first picture):
Hello, my name is Ben Sargeant. I have been working for Premier Sport for about 3 years now. The reason why I become a Premier Sport coach is for the love of teaching which brings enjoyment and fulfilment to children. I am a huge Arsenal football fan, love Italian food and playing football for my local team on a Sunday morning.