Pupil and Sports Premium
The Pupil Premium (PP)/Pupil Premium Grant was introduced by the Government to provide additional funding to address the gap in educational attainment and long term economic wellbeing between socially disadvantaged children and young people compared to their peers. The reasons for this correlation are complex and no actual causal relationship has been proven. However, the Government has a stated aim to narrow this gap in attainment and since 2011 has provided additional funding to schools to support them in so doing.
Socially disadvantaged pupils have been defined as pupils eligible for free school meals (FSM) at some point in the last six years (if no longer receiving FSM are known as Ever 6 children) and children who have been in care for more than six months. Currently schools will receive an additional £1320 for each child eligible for FSM or who are considered looked after (Child Looked After – CLA).
Schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium as they see fit. However, we will be accountable for how we have used the additional funding to support pupils from low-income families. From September 2012, we are required to publish online information about how we have used the premium. This will ensure that parents and others are aware of the extra support that is available to pupils who receive the PP.
The Department of Education website is a good source of additional information:
How much do we receive?
For a detailed breakdown of how this money has been allocated, please take a look at documents below:
- Pupil premium strategy Planned Spending 2022/23
- Pupil Premium Strategy Planned Spending 2021/22
- Pupil Premium Strategy Planned Spending 2020/21
- Pupil Premium Review for 2019/20
- Pupil Premium Strategy Planned Spending 2019/20
- Pupil Premium Review for 2018/19
- Pupil Premium Planned Budget Spending 2018/19
- Pupil Premium Budget Evaluation of Spending 2017/18
- Pupil Premium Strategy Statement for 2017/18
- Pupil Premium Planned Budget Spending 2017/18
- Pupil Premium Budget Evaluation of Spending 2016/17
- Pupil Premium Planned Budget Spending 2016/17
- Pupil Premium Budget Evaluation of Spending 2015/16
- Pupil Premium Planned Budget Spending 2015/16
- Pupil Premium Budget Evaluation of Spending 2014/15
For more information, please download our Pupil Premium Policy, via the link below:
The government has provided Sports Premium funding for the academic year 2015-16 to provide additional and sustainable improvements to PE and sport for the benefit of all pupils and to encourage the development of healthy and active life styles. Allocations for the academic year 2015 to 2016 are calculated using the number of pupils in years 1 to 6 as recorded in the January 2015 census. It will see money going directly to primary school head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and P.E; each school will receive £8,000 plus an extra £5 per pupil – here at Mowmacre Hill that will mean around £9,500. The money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools. .
Why Do We Have The Funding?
Our school will have the opportunity to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, our aim is to create a legacy for our school for future years in increasing participation and the quality of Physical Education within school.
How Will We Use The Funding?
At Mowmacre our primary aims for this money are to:
- Increase participation in PE and sport through the provision of more extracurricular sports clubs.
- Increase the quality of PE teaching by employing a highly trained sports coach.
- Increase competitive sports opportunities both within school and in local area, academy trust and level 2 competitions.
The governors and staff agree that the money must be used so that ALL children benefit regardless of their sporting ability. It’s important this funding opportunity is used appropriately so that when it ends, we have a legacy that can continue for future years. Our school places a high priority on our PE provision and, as such, have invested in additional staffing/coaching and resources to further enhance the curriculum PE and extra – curricular sports during lunchtime and after school.
The school believes that physical education plays a vital role in contributing to a child’s physical and emotional development and well-being.
We aim to provide as many sporting opportunities as we can for all our pupils within the curriculum, extra-curricular activities and competitions. Presently we offer thirteen different sports clubs within the school which include – netball, football, rugby, basketball, multi- skills, fun and fitness, cross country, cricket, athletics, rounders, baseball.
This funding will enable the school to build on the quality of PE and sports provision throughout the school. Also it will enable us to provide additional sporting opportunities for the children both in the curriculum and in extra-curricular activities and competitions.
Our long term vision is to develop a Discovery Schools Sports Programme. The programme would see a wide range of sports and events being delivered so that all children and young people would have access to them. In order to do this a ‘sports manager’ would be appointed to manage, operate and deliver much of the programme. Specialist coaches would work across the cluster of schools in curriculum and after-school time. By pooling a percentage of the funding across the Discovery schools a strong, sustainable sports partnership would be developed.
For a break down of the grants awarded and how they will be spent for 2022/2023, please download the following PDF:
For evidence showing how Sports Premium Funding was spent in previous years, please download the following PDFs:
- Sports Premium Impact and Swimming 2021-2022
- Sports Premium Impact Spending 2021-2022
- Sports Premium Impact 2020-2021
- Sports Premium Funding 2020-2021
- Swimming 2019-2020
- Swimming and Water Safety 2018-2019
- Sports Premium Funding 2019-2020
- Sports Premium Funding 2018-2019
- Sports Premium Funding 2017-2018
- LCFC Report September-November
- LCFC Report January-March
- Sports Premium Funding 2016-2017
- Sports Premium Funding 2013-2014