Sports Premium

Funding for the Sports Premium is based on £16000 plus £10 per pupil (years 1-6) for a full academic year.

Academic Year 2021-22

For the academic year 2021-22, the school is due to receive £17820 from the DfE to improve the quality of sport and PE at St Anne’s.

This will be spent on:-

  • External Sports Coach for two days a week – lunch time and after school activities sessions funded through Sports Premium
  • Tameside Schools Football Association membership 20-21
  • Professional Development training for staff from sports coaches
  • On-line Cybercoach
  • Transport to inter-school competitions
  • New sports equipment
  • Visitors to provide extra sports clubs requested by School Council
  • Swimming – extra sessions during the Summer term

 

Academic Year 2020-21

For the academic year 2020-21, the school received £17820 from the DfE to improve the quality of sport and PE at St Anne’s.

This was spent on:-

  • External Sports Coach for two days a week – lunch time and after school activities sessions funded through Sports Premium
  • Tameside Schools Football Association membership 20-21
  • On-line Cybercoach
  • Swimming – extra sessions during the Summer term
  • Oldham Athletics sports coach, including lunch time and after school clubs
  • Dance classes
  • Yoginis licences
  • Inspirational sports panels in the playground
  • Traverse climbing wall

Sports Premium Costings 2020-21

Evidencing the Impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium 2020-21

 

Academic Year 2019-20

For the academic year 2019-20, the school received £17820 from the DfE to improve the quality of sport and PE at St Anne’s.

This was spent on:-

  • External Sports Coach for two days a week – lunch time and after school activities sessions funded through Sports Premium
  • Learning Enrichment Partnership with Denton Community College which includes 1 hour per week teaching as well as inter-school competitions and staff training
  • Tameside Schools Football Association membership 19-20
  • Professional Development training for staff from sports coaches
  • On-line Cybercoach
  • Transport to inter-school competitions
  • New sports equipment
  • Visitors to provide extra sports clubs requested by School Council
  • Swimming – extra sessions during the Summer term
  • Oldham Athletics sports coach, including lunch time and after school clubs
  • New playground equipment to facilitate outdoor play and exercise

Sports Premium Report 2019-20

Evidencing the Impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium 2019-20