Funding

On this page you can read about the extra funding the school get and how it help to improve pupils results and welbeing.  click on the links below to read about:

Pupil Premium

Sports Funding

Service Children Funding

 


 

Pupil Premium

Use of Funding

 

The pupil premium is an allocation of funding provided to schools to support children who may be vulnerable to underachievement. The amount allocated to schools is to work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as ‘Ever 6 FSM), children of service personnel and children who are Looked After.  All schools are required to report on the amount of funding and how this is being used.

Principles

·         We organise teaching and learning at Binstead Primary School in order to meet the needs of all children in the best way.

·         We ensure that appropriate provision is made for children who belong to vulnerable groups and that socially disadvantaged children have their needs adequately assessed and met.

·         We recognise that not all children who receive free school meals will be socially disadvantaged and we also recognise that not all children that are disadvantaged have free school meals. 

·         We reserve the right to allocate Pupil Premium funding to support any child the school has identified as being socially disadvantaged.

·         We will allocate Pupil Premium funding after a needs analysis to identify priority groups and individuals.

 

Download our pupil premium strategy here.
 

For more details on the pupil premium please visit:

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/pupilsupport/premium

 

SERVICE PUPIL PREMIUM 2017

This message is for the attention of Regular Forces Service parents based in England.  If your child attends a state school, Academy or Free school in England and has been registered with the school as a Service pupil, the school will be granted a Service Pupil Premium of £300. 

The Service Pupil Premium (SPP) is provided by the Department for Education to enable schools to offer additional, mainly pastoral, support during challenging times, which could include anything from a Service parent being away, being injured on active service to bereavement.  Funds are paid directly to schools; with Head Teachers and school Governors deciding how the funds are used.

Schools with Service children in Reception to Year 11 classes are eligible to receive SPP, but only if your child’s name appears on the school roll as being a Service child.  The annual census takes place on 19 January 2017 and children must be registered with the school before this date.  You are encouraged to contact the school and make them aware your child is from a Service family.  This information is not shared with other organisations and is protected on the National Pupil database.

For more information on eligibility, please see the links below:

https://www.gov.uk/service-premium-information-for-schools

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/pupil-premium-2015-to-2016-allocations/pupil-premium-2015-to-2016-conditions-of-grant

 

For any other queries regarding Service children contact the Directorate Children and Young People’s educational advisory arm, Children's Education Advisory Service (CEAS) via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone: 01980 618244.  

 


 

Sports Funding

Binstead Primary School

Sports Premium Grant Expenditure

The Government has provided £150 million per annum for the academic years 2013 -2014, 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 for primary school sports funding in order to improve the provision of physical education and sport in primary schools.  This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments of Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport.  This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision for PE and sport in schools.  

DfE Guidance on how to use the PE and sport premium

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.  This means that the premium should be used to:

·         develop or 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 example, the funding can be used to:

·         hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers

·         provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively

·         introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport

·         support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday clubs and Change4Life clubs

·         run sport competitions

·         increase pupils’ participation in the School Games

·         run sports activities with other schools

 

Break down of PE Expenditure for 2015 – 2016

The PE and Sport premium has been used to continue to develop sport and physical activity for all pupils regardless of their sporting ability; to encourage pupils to adopt a positive attitude towards a healthy lifestyle that extends beyond childhood; to give the most able children the opportunity to compete in advanced tournaments; to give staff access to training and continued professional development opportunities.

How the Sports Funding was spent in 2015 – 2016

Total funding received:  £9,045

Activity

Outcome

£

Employment of qualified sports coaches to run additional after-school sports clubs, including clubs to encourage less active children to get involved

Opportunities increased for after-school clubs increased.  66% extra places over the school year meaning that our hours of provision rose from 90 places to 270 places per year.  33% of these places (90) were focused on providing clubs that were accessible for all children.

£1170

Employment of qualified sports coaches to work with and provide coaching   for Early Years staff

Early Years staff have worked with qualified coach, going on to use their improved skills to develop their own sessions based on what they have observed.

£1755

Employment of qualified sports coaches to introduce new sports and activities

Opportunities provided for children to try new activities such as dodgeball, sitting volleyball, hockey and tri-golf.

£585

To run sport competitions

Opportunities provided for inter-house competitions across all year groups within school.  Most schemes of work ended with a mini-competition.  Increase from 57% previous year to 100% in Key Stage 2.

£360

PE teacher to run additional after school clubs and lead attendance at School Games sporting fixtures

School teams competed in basketball, hockey, rock climbing, dodgeball, netball, girls and boys tag rugby and tri golf. The percentage of participation across the school was 48% KS2 compared to 31% the previous year, and 78% in Years 5 and 6.

£3000

Increase provision for Young sports leaders

10% of Year 5 and 6 children involved in leadership (increased from 7%).  Finance has enabled children to have a mentor for sports leadership.  They have been involved in planning and delivering lessons to younger children, providing activities at lunchtimes to increase access and encourage more participation in sports.  The programme has helped to develop the children’s confidence, as well as skills that aid communication, teamwork, safe provision and planning.  

£292.50

School Games membership

Enabled the school to enter cluster and Island competitions and festivals. 

£200

Event transport

Enabled attendance at 20 sporting activities (increased participation, as above)

£900

Equipment

Correct appropriate quality equipment available for all areas of the PE curriculum. Improved access to a wider variety of sports. Sufficient/varied equipment available for lunch time to encourage activity.

£800

 

Proposals for PE expenditure for 2016 – 2017

The PE and Sport premium will be used to continue to develop sport and physical activity for all pupils regardless of their sporting ability; to encourage pupils to adopt a positive attitude towards a healthy lifestyle that extends beyond childhood; to give the most able children the opportunity to compete in advanced tournaments; and to give staff access to training and continued professional development opportunities.

How we propose the Sports Funding will be spent in 2016 – 2017

Total funding received:  £9,045

Activity

Outcome

£

Employment of qualified sports coaches to run additional after-school sports clubs, including clubs to encourage less active children to get involved

Opportunities to be increased for after-school clubs, with one club per term focused on sports/skills that aim to encourage the less active children to get involved. 372 places from 270 places last year - with enough places for 50% of KS2 to attend a club each week.

£1755

Employment of qualified sports coaches to work with and provide coaching   for Early Years staff, and to further develop schemes of work

Early Years staff to work with qualified coach, further improving their skills.

Schemes of work, skill progression documents and assessment grids in 6 focus areas to be developed for teacher use in future years.

£1755

Employment of qualified sports coaches to introduce new sports and activities

Opportunities to be provided for children to be involved in sporting activities through the running of multi-sports clubs to encourage the less competitive children to take part in physical activity.

£650

To run sport competitions

To provide opportunities for inter-house competitions across all year groups within school.  Most schemes of work to end with a mini-competition.  Maintain 100% of children in Key Stage 2 participating in intra school competition.

£360

PE teacher to run additional after school clubs

School teams to compete in more School Games competitions. This year the school will enter basketball, hockey, rock climbing, indoor athletics, kwik cricket, girls and boys football, netball, girls and boys tag rugby and tri golf. The percentage of participation across the school to increase to above 50 %  (was 48% KS2, )

£2700

Increase provision for Young sports leaders (from 10 % to 15%)

15% of Year 5 and 6 children to be involved in leadership (increased from 10%).  Finance will enable children to have a mentor for sports leadership.  They will be involved in planning and delivering lessons to younger children, providing activities at lunchtimes to increase access and encourage more participation in sports.  The programme should help to develop the children’s confidence, as well as skills that aid communication, teamwork, safe provision and planning.  

£350

Gifted and Talented Programme

To enable identified children in Years 5 and 6 to attend a Gifted and Talented programme where they receive expert coaching and work with equally talented children across a variety of activities.

£480

School Games membership

To enable the school to enter cluster and Island competitions and festivals. 

£200

Event transport

To enable attendance at 20 sporting activities (to continue increased participation, as above)

£900

Balance ability programme in Early Years

To introduce pupils to early cycle riding skills through mastery of static and dynamic balance

£300


 

 

Service Children Funding

This message is for the attention of Regular Forces Service parents based in England.  If your child attends a state school, Academy or Free school in England and has been registered with the school as a Service pupil, the school will be granted a Service Pupil Premium of £300.  

The Service Pupil Premium (SPP) is provided by the Department for Education to enable schools to offer additional, mainly pastoral, support during challenging times, which could include anything from a Service parent being away, being injured on active service to bereavement.  Funds are paid directly to schools; with Head Teachers and school Governors deciding how the funds are used.

Schools with Service children in Reception to Year 11 classes are eligible to receive SPP, but only if your child’s name appears on the school roll as being a Service child.  The annual census takes place on 21 Jan 2016 and children must be registered with the school before this date.  You are encouraged to contact the school and make them aware your child is from a Service family.  This information is not shared with other organisations and is protected on the National Pupil database.

For more information on eligibility, please see the links below:

https://www.gov.uk/service-premium-information-for-schools 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/pupil-premium-2015-to-2016-allocations/pupil-premium-2015-to-2016-conditions-of-grant

 

 

For any other queries regarding Service children contact the Directorate Children and Young People’s educational advisory arm, Children's Education Advisory Service (CEAS) via the helpline: 01980 618244 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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