School Information

Sport Premium Expenditure

DateEXPENDITURE IMPACT
 £3063YSSNYork Schools Sports Partnership provides a considerable number of services.  It provides teachers with training in areas of the PE curriculum where they have indicated they feel need for support. By the end of this year 60% of teaching staff will have received support in areas of the curriculum through the YSSN.  It also organises inter school festivals/tournaments for our pupils to take part in.  So far our school has participated in several sports events with plans to enter more.  It is also used to provide a sports themed lunch time and after school clubs, as well as play leader training.
 £1,200Teacher cover for CPD/events etc.A small fund to allow for teachers to attend training courses and events.  This year an extra member of staff was required to support an statmented SEN pupil on the Year 6 residential.
 £100Pupil PremiumA small fund to allow disadvantaged children the opportunity to take part in events that they would otherwise not due to financial issues.  This money is often used to financially aid parents in their payments for the Year 6 residential trip where they experience a number of adventurous activities the school wouldn’t otherwise be able to provide.  This year 100% of the year 6 pupils attended the residential trip.
 £3063Year 3/4 Swimming SubsidationTo ensure children attend swimming sessions and avoid parents asking for their children to opt out of swimming, the cost of swimming lessons to parents is subsidised by school.  This year 100% of both year 3 and year 4 pupils attended swimming lessons through school.

 

Parental contributions covered the costs of coach hire at £1800.

    
 £5940Premier Sport Curriculum SupportExtra provision for staff coaching in PE provided by Premier Sports.  Two??? members of staff requiring additional support in delivering PE.
 £500Repairs and maintenance to gym and outdoor equipmentBudget for on going repairs as required and as identified by our annual safety check.  This year we have needed to repair the gym climbing frame along with other minor repairs.  This fund includes payment for the safety inspection itself.
  £3000Re-surfacing of the playgroundsBudget for resurfacing both play grounds.  Both areas are used for outdoor PE and are in need of repair.  We have made a bid to secure funding to help pay for the work, but have decided to hold onto some of our Sport Premium funding should the bid fail.
    
£16866
After School Sports Participation: TBA
Intra School Sports Participation: TBA
DateEXPENDITURE IMPACT
 £3059YSSNYork Schools Sports Partnership provides a considerable number of services.  It provides teachers with training in areas of the PE curriculum where they have indicated they feel need for support. By the end of this year 60% of teaching staff will have received support in areas of the curriculum through the YSSN.  It also organises inter school festivals/tournaments for our pupils to take part in.  So far our school has participated in several sports events with plans to enter more.  It is also used to provide a sports themed lunch time and after school clubs, as well as play leader training.
 £1,200Teacher cover for CPD/events etc.A small fund to allow for teachers to attend training courses and events.  This year an extra member of staff was required to support an statmented SEN pupil on the Year 6 residential.
 £100Pupil PremiumA small fund to allow disadvantaged children the opportunity to take part in events that they would otherwise not due to financial issues.  This money is often used to financially aid parents in their payments for the Year 6 residential trip where they experience a number of adventurous activities the school wouldn’t otherwise be able to provide.  This year 100% of the year 6 pupils attended the residential trip.
 £1,254Year 3/4 Swimming SubsidationTo ensure children attend swimming sessions and avoid parents asking for their children to opt out of swimming, the cost of swimming lessons to parents is subsidised by school.  This year 100% of both year 3 and year 4 pupils attended swimming lessons through school.
 £50Sports Day StickersStickers bought for children as a celebration of their participation in the school’s annual sports day event.  These stickers should last another two to three events.
 £1530Premier Sport Curriculum SupportExtra provision for staff coaching in PE provided by Premier Sports.  Two members of staff requiring additional support in delivering PE.
 £500Repairs and maintenance to gym equipmentReupholstering of gym tables and other repairs made to gym equipment as identified by our annual safety check.
  £510Two replacement benchesWooden gym benches replaced due to wear and tear damage.
  £32Two replacement rounders bat cagesReplaced due to damage from general wear and tear.
£8235
After School Sports Participation: TBA
Intra School Sports Participation: TBA
DateEXPENDITURE IMPACT
 £2,958YSSNYork Schools Sports Partnership provides a considerable number of services.  It provides teachers with training in areas of the PE curriculum where they have indicated they feel need for support. By the end of this year 60% of teaching staff will have received support in areas of the curriculum through the YSSN.  It also organises inter school festivals/tournaments for our pupils to take part in.  So far our school has participated in several sports events with plans to enter more.  It is also used to provide a sports themed lunch time and after school clubs, as well as play leader training.
 £1,500Teacher cover for CPD/events etc.A small fund to allow for teachers to attend training courses and events.  This year an extra member of staff was required to support an statmented SEN pupil on the Year 6 residential.
 £100Pupil PremiumA small fund to allow disadvantaged children the opportunity to take part in events that they would otherwise not due to financial issues.  This money is often used to financially aid parents in their payments for the Year 6 residential trip where they experience a number of adventurous activities the school wouldn’t otherwise be able to provide.  This year 100% of the year 6 pupils attended the residential trip.
 £1,254Year 3/4 Swimming SubsidationTo ensure children attend swimming sessions and avoid parents asking for their children to opt out of swimming, the cost of swimming lessons to parents is subsidised by school.  This year 100% of both year 3 and year 4 pupils attended swimming lessons through school.
 £48Sports Day StickersStickers bought for children as a celebration of their participation in the school’s annual sports day event.  These stickers should last another two to three events.
 £850Premier Sport Curriculum SupportExtra provision for staff coaching in PE provided by Premier Sports.  Two members of staff (one NQT) requiring additional support in delivering PE. 10 x 1/2 sessions @£85 per session.
 £605Outside play equipmentOutside play equipment to support healthier lifestyles and exercise during breaktimes was purchased.  Staff and lunch time supervisors have already reported an increased in sport related play and a reduction in playground related problems.
    
    
£7,315
After School Sports Participation: 74%
Intra School Sports Participation: 34%
DateEXPENDITURE IMPACT
 £2,808YSSNYork Schools Sports Partnership provides a considerable number of services.  It provides teachers with training in areas of the PE curriculum where they have indicated they feel need for support.  It also organises inter school festivals/tournaments for our pupils to take part in.  It is also used to provide a sports themed after school club and play leader training.   This year 50% of teaching staff received support in areas of the curriculum they requested.
 £14880 bibsA full set of coloured bibs would help to support our intra sports tournaments held after certain units of work.  Children will no longer need to waste time swapping bibs over etc.
 £1,500Teacher cover for CPD/eventsA small fund to allow for teachers to attend training courses and events.  This included Mr Thomas’ 5 day course on PE leadership.
 £100Pupil PremiumA small fund to allow disadvantaged children the opportunity to take part in events that they would otherwise not due to financial issues.
 £306 Hockey sticks6 Sticks needed for taller pupils to participate in hockey.
 £1712 Hockey ballsMore hockey balls were required, but we also needed hockey balls similar to those used in the festivals that our school team takes part in.
 £81215 Gym matsReplace mats damaged by general wear and tear.
 £622Year 4 Swimming SubsidationCost of swimming lessons to parents is subsidised by school.
 £311Year 3 Swimming SubsidationCost of swimming lessons to parents is subsidised by school.
 £43Storage boxes and lidsStorage for outdoor equipment purchased.
£6,391
After School Sports Participation: 46%
Intra School Sports Participation: 28%
PE BUDGET 2013/2014
  
  
DateEXPENDITURE IMPACT
 £2,808YSSNYork Schools Sports Partnership provides a considerable number of services.  It provides teachers with training in areas of the PE curriculum where they have indicated they feel need for support.  It also organises inter school festivals/tournaments for our pupils to take part in.  It is also used to provide a sports themed after school club and play leader training.  This year 40% of teaching staff received support in areas of the curriculum they requested.
 £240PE BenchOur last safety audit showed that one of our PE benches was in need of a major repair.  The age of the bench (being easily beyond 20 years) meant that the decision to replace rather than repair the bench was made.
 £425YSTCo-ordinator training for the subject leader.  8 Modules covering several areas of focus from the new curriculum to healthy schools.
 £1,500teacher cover for CPD/eventsA small fund to allow for teachers to attend training courses and events
 £100Pupil PremiumA small fund to allow disadvantaged children the opportunity to take part in events that they would otherwise not due to financial issues.
 £800Year 3 Swimming SubsidisationCost of swimming lessons to parents is subsidised by school.
 £202Gym Equipment RepairsLarger items of gym equipment are annually inspected and repaired where necessary.
 £37Rugby BallsRequired to replace punctured balls.
 £49Foam JavelinsRequired to replace older javelins ready for sports day.
£6,160
After School Sports Participation: 52%
Intra School Sports Participation: 31%

Sport Premium Expenditure

PE and Sports Premium 

In April 2013, the Government announced new funding of £150 million for Physical Education and Sport (PES) to improve the quality and breadth of sports provision in schools. The funding has continued annually since then. Each academic year, schools are allocated a PE and Sports Premium allowance to facilitate this. Please see details of our expenditure for the last academic year in the link below.

Evidencing the impact of the Primary PE and Sports Premium

Results and Reports

Ofsted Report

Please see the link below for our most recent Ofsted report, prior to converting to Academy status.

Link to DFE Results

This is a link to the schools and colleges performance tables for 2018-2019. This is not our current results and performance, due to the change in requirements in light of the Pandemic.

SIAMs School Report

We had our most recent SIAMs inspection on 23rd May 2019.

The inspection focuses partially on collective worship and RE but also on how Christian values ensure that the school is inclusive, promotes good relationships and behaviour and meets the needs of all pupils. Our caring ethos and our super children were praised by the inspector.

Many thanks once again to everyone that plays a part in making Wheldrake with Thorganby CE Primary School such a special place to work: our children, staff, governors, parents, church and community.

You can read a copy of the full report here:

Pupil Results

Our End of Key Stage 2 results are from the 2018-19 school year. This is due to the changes in the requirements to publish data during the pandemic.

Parent View

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