Sport Premium Funding
PE and Sport Premium Report 2023/2024
The sports premium is an amount of money which the government has agreed to allocate schools and Academies for Sports Development. The funding amount schools receives is bases upon the number of children of primary age that the school has. The sports premium is to be used to increase the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision, and increasing participation in PE and Sport.
PE and Sport at Oasis Academy Don Valley
Our physical education curriculum is delivered through agreed programmes of study for primary Academy Children and is organised to support our local schools sporting competitions. As an Academy we are members of the links School Sports Partnership.
Oasis Academy Don Valley children participate in a minimum of two hours planned physical education each week. All of our PE lessons are delivered by our internal HLTA/PE practitioner and is supported by specific sports coaches where required. Within our programme we offer Football, Tag Rugby, Netball, Tennis, Cricket, Swimming, Athletics and Rounders, as part of our curriculum. Children are also offered a wide range of extra-curricular activities, which allows them to continue their development in their chosen activities. Through our PE curriculum and out extra-curricular programme we organise a number of intra school activities where our children are encouraged to participate and demonstrate their learning (Level 1).
Our local school sports partnership organises a program of events throughout the year.
Through our PE curriculum and extra-curricular program children are offered the opportunity to represent the Academy in a number of local inter-school competitions organised by our Schools Sports Partnership. (Level 2). We also ensure that those children who are identified as being able and talented have the opportunity to compete at both Level 3.
Throughout the year we organise mass participating events such as Sports Day, Race for Life, Skip Day and Oasis Sheffield activities. These offer children in KS2 the opportunity to become Play Makers through the organisation of these activities. The children are also offered the opportunity to act as playground Sports Leaders for our KS1 and Foundation Stage children.
We engage with outside agencies to enable children to access sports that they may not normally experience such as Tag Rugby, Netball, Dance, Boxing, Martial Arts and Gymnastics. Children also have the opportunity to work with local professional sports clubs including the Sheffield Sharks, Sheffield Eagles, Sheffield Steelers and the English Institute of Sport Sheffield. We actively encourage pupils to extend their sporting skills by directing them to our local sporting clubs through whole group sessions and talent spotting.