Our PE and Sport Premium Allocation (PE &SPA) - Sep 2015 to Aug 2016
This year our PE & SPA was £8,485
The cost of making good the landing zone beneath the climbing frame by installing rubber matting will be £900.
We have also invested in a range of gym equipment, including vaulting horses, exercise benches, mats and foam blocks at a cost of £1,790.
We will continue to take classes to weekly swimming sessions during the spring term, with the cost of transport and pool hire being £3,900.
Staff training, including gymnastics and Bothmer gym will cost £1,895.
Our PE and Sport Premium Allocation (PE &SPA) - Sep 2014 to Aug 2015
Our PE & SPA of £8,315 was spent in a variety of ways to ensure that our primary age children continue to remain active and to ensure that movement, games and sport have a central place in the children’s experience of school.
To this end we again used the services of Val Taylor. Val made two visits to school in the spring and autumn and spent time training staff and working closely with individual children. The code of this £2,865.
We also used £900 to relocate the climbing frame from our temporary site at Foxhayes to our permanent site at Thomas Hall.
We also purchased £812 of miscellaneous games equipment.
The grant also enabled us to take classes swimming on a regular basis in the spring term. The cost of transport and pool hire was £3,738.
Year 7 literacy and numeracy catch-up premium
The Department for Education (DfE) provided additional funding for all students in Year 7 from 2012 onwards, who achieved below their age related expectations at the end of KS2. This additional funding is to be used by schools/academies to provide literacy and numeracy catch-up support for Year 7 students. It is designed to help students catch up as quickly as possible. In the case of our cohorts it is to be used to boost rates of progress as opposed to expectations for increasing attainment to age related in light of specific learning needs.
Catch-up premium allocation for Steiner Academy Exeter 2016/17
|Total number of students eligible for catch-up premium funding 2016/17||Amount of catch-up funding received per student||Total amount received in 2016/17|
At Steiner Academy Exeter the catch-up fund is being used to work towards achieving the following aims:
- To continue to increase reading skills and develop a love of reading
- To focus on writing- particularly sentence structure, punctuation and handwriting
- To continue to increase numeracy skills by developing core number skills and mathematical understanding
- To provide emotional support to remove barriers to learning
How we will do this:
A teaching assistant is working in the class and targeting this group of children. The TA works either 1:1 or with small groups to support the development of literacy or numeracy as detailed above. The TA is also there as a go to person to provide emotional stability and consistency across all lessons.
Catch-up premium allocation for Steiner Academy Exeter 2015/16
|Total number of students eligible for catch-up premium funding 2015/16||Amount of catch-up funding received per student||Total amount received in 2015/16|
Impact of funding:
The 2015/16 cohort benefited from a specialist TA working within the class and this ensured that the students were well supported in their lessons. Through intervention, 1:1 and group support they have improved their literacy and numeracy skills and are starting to become more focused independent learners. They have grown in confidence and are all engaging with their learning.
- Employ additional specialist teaching and support staff to provide 1:1 and small group provision both in and outside of the classroom.
- Purchase books, assessment materials and other learning resources to enable and support work in this area.
- Continue to train support staff in specialist areas, i.e. literacy, numeracy and specific learning difficulties to further remove barriers to learning