Sports Premium

Students climbing on the wall apparatus during a PE lesson.

IQRA Primary Sport Premium 2017-2018

Students running a relay race during a PE lesson.

The sports premium has been used in the past to support the promotion of sports at Iqra and the development of a high quality sports provision, backed up by extra-curricular provision in the form of a range of after school activities including; football, netball and martial arts clubs. Our intention is that this provision will support our pupils in developing their own confidence and participation in sports activities now and in the years to come.

Our own teachers assist the coaches in their delivery of lessons, promoting their own good practice and further contributing to the sustainability of the initiatives.

Spending Overview and Intended Impact

Sport Premium Grant Received: £3,690 (to date – recent Government  information suggests that this will be around £18,000 although exact figures are not yet published for individual schools).

Development Intended Impact Cost
Swimming provision generally but additional Separate swimming sessions for girls, as parents reluctant to send girls to mixed classes, promoting inclusivity 100% participation of girls in swimming lessons, increased confidence, future participation £700
Entry for inter-school multi sports competitions

Promotion of Increased participation in competitive sports

Introduction of new sports to the curriculum

Facilitating our pupils playing competitive sports alongside those from other schools in the wider community

Cost of the coach and additional staff member to accompany approx;

£1000

The profile of sports raised across the school; at morning and lunch play time, equipment for table tennis, basketball and netball and playground markings Pupils will further develop participation in a range of sports, enjoy structured play opportunities at breaktimes, increase in their understanding of game ettiquette and behaviour, sustain their interest in new skills; supported by a professional sports coach two days a week £2400

Specialist PE coaches to teach one out of two PE lessons per week to improve teachers’ PE skills

Specialist PE coaches to provide after-school clubs – further subsidised by the school

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of teachers in teaching PE.

Broader experience of range of sports and activities offered to pupils including netball, basketball, rugby, martial arts, boxing, archery, gymnastics

£12000
Total £16100

PE Sports Premium Planned Expenditure 2017-18

The sports premium has been used to support the promotion of sports at Iqra and the development of a high quality sports provision, backed up by extra-curricular provision in the form of a range of after school activities including; football, netball and martial arts clubs.

Additionally, our own teachers assist the coaches in their delivery of some lessons, promoting their own good practice and contributing to the sustainability of the initiatives.

Spending Overview & Evidence of Impact

Sport Premium Grant Received: £8,855

Development Impact Cost
Swimming provision generally but additional Separate swimming sessions for girls, as parents reluctant to send girls to mixed classes, promoting inclusivity 100% participation of girls in swimming lessons was achieved £646
Entry for inter-school multi sports competition

Year 5 and Year 6 pupils took part – Year 6 pupils won the even outright

Increased participation in competitive sports

Introduction of new sports to the curriculum

Cost of the coach and additional staff member to accompany approx;

£200

The profile of sports raised across the school; at morning and lunch play time, equipment for table tennis, basketball and netball and playground markings Pupils continue to participate in a range of sports other than football during play times. These are now facilitated by a professional sports coach two days a week £2182

Specialist PE coaches to teach one out of two PE lessons per week to improve teachers’ PE skills

Specialist PE coaches to provide after-school clubs – further subsidised by the school

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of teachers in teaching PE

Broader experience of range of sports and activities offered to pupils including netball, basketball, rugby, martial arts, boxing, archery, gymnastics

£12000
Total £15028
Difference (met by school budget) £6173