Sports Premium Overview

 

At Streatham Wells School we believe PE and Sport plays an important role in making our vision statement a reality for every pupil, with the potential to change young people’s lives for the better.

We empower our children to explore, learn and take risks through inspirational teaching delivered in a safe, nurturing environment. We challenge our children and each other to try things that haven’t been done before, to be the very best we can.’ Vision statement

 

Sports Premium Overview 2021-2022

 

At Streatham Wells School we believe PE and Sport plays an important role in making our vision statement a reality for every pupil, with the potential to change young people’s lives for the better.

We empower our children to explore, learn and take risks through inspirational teaching delivered in a safe, nurturing environment. We challenge our children and each other to try things that haven’t been done before, to be the very best we can.’ Vision statement

 

Sports Premium Grant

Funding for schools will be calculated by the number of primary aged pupils (between the ages of 5 and 11) as of the annual census in January 2019.

Total number of Pupils between 5 – 11 years (Jan 2016) 180
Total amount of Sports Premium Grant received £17730  

£3000 carried over

 

Objectives in spending the Sports Premium Funding:

Improving provision of PE and sport to benefit all children on roll, including disadvantaged, vulnerable and more able.

  • providing targeted activities or support to involve and encourage the least active children
  • encouraging active play during break times and lunchtimes
  • establishing, extending or funding attendance of school sport clubs and activities and holiday clubs, or broadening the variety offered
  • raising attainment in primary school swimming to meet requirements of the national curriculum before the end of key stage 2. Every child should leave primary school able to swim

Summary of Spending and actions to be taken 2020-2021:

Allocation of Funds Spend and description Evaluation
£4000 Contribution and funding for disadvantaged children to attend netball, multi skills, dance, football club. All children to experience at least one club.  

 

 
£13000 Contribution towards cost of Specialist sports coach. To plan PE across school link to clubs, team teach, competition training, plan after school activities, work to reduce obesity and children to have exercise as part of their daily regime  
£1000 Involvement in tournaments with other schools – registration costs  

Saturday Girls and Boys Football league. Support for disadvantaged children attending the Sunday football club at SW.

 
£600 Costs associated with Sports Day for all children  
£2000 Yoga after school  
£1000 Dance sessions funding for disadvantaged children  

 

 

 

Evaluation of Spending and actions taken 2020-2021:

Allocation of Funds Spend and description Evaluation
£4000 Netball, multi skills, Gymnastics and football club. All children to experience at least one club. Clubs took place as and when lockdown restrictions eased. This contributed to enjoyment, fitness and well being.
£4000 Contribution towards cost of Specialist sports coach. Coaching continued online PE lessons took place during lockdown.
£1000 Involvement in tournaments with other schools – registration costs  

Saturday Girls and Boys Football league

Continued as soon as possible girls league won.
£600 Costs associated with Sports Day for all children individual class sports activities took place
£2000 Gymnastics – Beaming Stars Continued for part of year and online  

2k funds carried over

£1000 Tennis coach 1K carried over
£2000 Yoga after school Continued online
£200 Dance sessions in school Continued online

 

 

The majority of expenditure was for specialist sports coaching that enabled all pupils to improve physical performance.

Children were encouraged to participate in after school clubs by low cost/free provision. This ensured that uptake was high and inclusive for all.

There were opportunities to try a variety of sports led by professional coaches.

24/29  Year 6 children were able to swim 25 metres

Outcomes to date:

Professional sports coaches have provided children with opportunities to experience and participate after school and in the holidays. Children have attended gymnastic, netball and football competitions. Streatham Wells continues to be part of the Football League with children attending after school training. The Girls Football team has developed their skills with encouragement from the sports coach and have participated in tournaments. Gifted and Talented children attended a Sports Day at Tooting Bec Athletics ground in July.

Over 80% of children attend a club.

We achieved the Gold Quality Standard for School Games

School Information

Contact Information

Streatham Wells Primary School
50 Palace Road
London
SW2 3NJ

Tel: 020 8674 3742

Fax: 020 8674 9154

School Opening Times

Morning Nursery:9:00am - 12:00pm

Afternoon Nursery:12:30pm - 3:30pm

School & full-time Nursery:9:00am - 3:30pm

School Leadership

Headteacher:Louise Salewski

Deputy Headteacher:Bob Wade

Chair of Governors:Bridget Byrne