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Financial Benchmarking

 

Our school financial benchmarking data can be found here.

There are no members of staff that earn £100, 000 or more.

 

The Pupil Premium Grant

From April 2012 the pupil premium was extended to include children who have been eligible for free school meals at any point in the last six years. 

Please click here to view our Pupil Premium information.

 

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Catch-Up Premium Grant

 

This academic year schools will receive a payment of £80 per child to assist with post lockdown catch-up.

 

We intend to spend this as follows:

Reading co-ordinator - 1 x TA for 5.5. hours per week - 

Aims -   to ensure new reading scheme is introduced effectively throughout school

            to co-ordinate volunteers listening to readers in school

            to train volunteers in listening to children read after attending training themselves

            to listen to children read

Cost -   £3565

Outcomes - new reading scheme is implemented throughout school (to be considered at staff meetings)

                 volunteers will be in school listening to children read

                 children will be listened to read more often (records kept to assess impact)

                 progress in reading average or above to be monitored in school tracking

Introduce NELI into school after training for member of staff 

This is subject to school being accepted on the NELI program - further details TBC

 

Sport Funding

The government is providing additional funding to schools to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. The table below shows how we are spending our Sports Funding.

PRIMARY PE SPORT GRANT REPORT 2020 – 2021 Total number of funded pupils on roll  80

 

 

Sports Funding

£ 16, 000

Objectives of spending:

  • To improve the provision of P.E. at Settrington All Saints Church of England Primary School
  • To ensure P.E. provision is judged as outstanding
  • Broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils
  • To enthuse all children to develop a love of sport
  • To ensure that pupils have appropriate equipment to take part in PE 

 

Activities

Cost

Objectives

Outcomes

Impact

PE curriculum led by a PE specialists

 

£ 2410

To develop the knowledge and skills of staff and children to participate in a range of physical activities.

Children to receive higher quality PE lessons.

To take up more sports out of school.

 

 Around 50% of our children take part in out of school sport.

A range of cluster sports events, including netball, football, hockey, cricket, tennis, athletics and tag rugby

£1000 and transport costs

Provide pupils with broader experiences in PE.

Opportunities to develop skills in new sports.

Knowledge of fair play and sportsmanship.

All Y1, 2 and KS2 children took part in inter school fixtures, we organised and participated in a  wide range of school fixtures, children took up fencing and have been complimented on their sporting attitude.

After school clubs in football, cricket, multi-sports, netball  and biking

£2180

Provide pupils with broader experiences in PE.

Increased participation in sport.

Around 50% of our children take part in out of school sport.

 Training for staff and buying equipment for Forest Schools activities to enable more children to enjoy being outdoors

 £ 2250

 Provide pupils with broader experiences in PE.

 Increased participation in sport.

Children had 100% participation rate in Forest Schools.

Swimming

£ 869

To help children be more confident in the water.

All children to be able to swim 25 metres by the end of year 6.

 

All children could swim 25 metres by the end of Y6 - this was achieved.

This was not possible this year due to Covid - however 100% of children from this Y6 could swim 25 m in a range of strokes. We are unsure about the self rescue.

Dance and gymnastics

£ 1500

To help children learn new skills and gain confidence in performing.

Increased participation in sport.

Over 25% children now take part in dance lessons outside of school.

 

PRIMARY PE SPORT GRANT PLANS 2021 -2022 Total number of funded pupils on roll 84

 

 

Sports Funding

£ 16 000

Objectives of spending:

  • To improve the provision of P.E. at Settrington All Saints Church of England Primary School
  • To ensure P.E. provision is judged as outstanding
  • Broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils
  • To enthuse all children to develop a love of sport
  • To ensure that pupils have appropriate equipment to take part in PE 

 

Activities

Cost

Objectives

Outcomes

Impact

PE curriculum led by a PE specialists

 

 £2400

To develop the knowledge and skills of staff and children to participate in a range of physical activities.

Children to receive higher quality PE lessons.

To take up more sports out of school.

We would like to build on the skills that the children are developing over time - we are pleased with their current progress.

 

 

To refence the astroturf so that ball sports are possible 

 £2500

Children able to access wider range of sports at play time etc.

Opportunities to develop skills in new sports.

Knowledge of fair play and sportsmanship.

 

After school clubs in football - unsure of further plans but hopefully a greater range of clubs

 £2800

Provide pupils with broader experiences in PE.

Increased participation in sport - we would like to continue to extend the range of activities that our children have access too.

 

To employ a specialist Forest Schools leader 

 £4800 

 Provide pupils with broader experiences in PE.

 Increased participation in sport.

 

Swimming

 £2000

To help children be more confident in the water.

All children to be able to swim 25 metres by the end of year 6 - this is an ongoing challenge that we hope to see the benefit of gradually over a number of years. 

 

Dance and gymanstics

 £1500

To help children learn new skills and gain confidence in performing.

Increased participation in sport.

 

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