Sports Premium

Schools receive PE and Sports Premium and must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.
 
Schools should use the premium to:
  • develop and add to the PE and sport activities that the school already offers
  • make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

For the academic year 2015-2016 our school anticipates receiving £ 8320, this will be spent in the following ways:

£ 4162.50 will be contributed to DASP Ltd to employ Levi Dailey, to develop an Outdoor Education programme.  He will attend Milborne regularly working with the children. He will also work with the Teaching Assistants to develop our OE provision and to train staff for future OE teaching.

£1495 of our grant has been used to purchase ‘Real PE Programme’ this includes training for all teachers, scheme of work and supporting resources.

£198 to purchase Storycises, graded exercises in a programme of foundation movements presented in a story format to use with Reception children.

£595 Maths of the Day

£208 Attendance at Real PE conference and supply teacher cover

The remaining £1661.50 will be put towards developing the school's outdoor sports facilities.

 

For the academic year 2014 – 2015 our school has received £8827 this has been spent in the following ways:

£4425 was contributed to DASP Ltd  to continue to employ Levi Dailey as a sports teacher.  He continues to attend Milborne regularly working with the children.  He also works with the teachers to develop our PE provision and to train staff for future PE teaching.

£3000 of our grant was pooled with some other DASP schools and this has enabled the continued employment of Elliot Sawyer who supports PE in school and provides lunchtime PE clubs.

The remaining £1402 funds have been put towards the cost of the Action Van visits.

 

For the academic year 2013 -2014 our school received £7880 Sports Premium Grant

This was spent in the following way:

Contributed to DASP in order to employ an additional Sports Teachers.   For our mini-pyramid (St Mary’s) we have Levi Dailey allocated to our school and he attends Milborne regularly working with the children.   He also works with the teachers to develop our PE provision and to train staff for future PE teaching. 

The remainder of our grant was pooled with some other DASP schools and this has enabled the employment of Elliot Sawyer who supports PE in school and provides lunchtime PE clubs.

Reference 'Real PE' Report: Main Allocation
 
Autumn Term: Data shared with 'Create' - 'Create' currently producing Impact Report for 2015-2016