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PE and Sports Funding

PE and Sports Funding 

The government provides funding to improve provision of physical education(PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - is allocated to all primary schools. Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer. The Government will continue investment in the Primary PE and Sport Premium, as announced in December 2015 through 'Sporting Future: A New Strategy for an Active Nation'. The provision of this ring-fenced funding demonstrates the importance placed on PE and school sport by the Government.

      *To develop or add to the PE and sport activities that the school already offers

      *To make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years: 

      *to hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers

      *to provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively

      *to introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport

      *to support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday  clubs and Change4Life clubs

      *to run sport competitions

      *increase pupils’ participation in the School Games

      *to run sports activities with other schools

Our 2016-17 PE/Sports Funding Breakdown:

How we intend to spend our PE funding this year:

Activity Cost Success Criteria
School Sports Partnership Development £1300

 A PE and School Sport partnership: support Gifted and Talented children, to achieve Schools Games Mark Award - Silver, support for staff, development of subject leadership, membership of Youth Sports Trust, development of a 'Change for life' project, introduction of Young Sports Leaders and a SSOC to promote pupil voice.

 

 

Staff development - PE lessons delivered by a coach every week

£6250

Hired specialist coaches to work with staff and children when teaching PE every week.

Increased confidence of staff in delivering high quality PE sessions.

Children engaged with with approved NGB competitions at Level 1 of the School Games.

Resources - to further develop outdoor provision for EYFS, team hoodies and T-shirts, PE equipment. £4778.44

Improved the quality of outdoor /indoor provision of outdoor and physical education for all.

School identity to develop a team approach to competitions.

Curriculum Enrichment - Dance workshops, Swimming, Forest Schools activities, wide range of extra-curricular sporting activities each week. £1630.76

Olympic values are the agreed values in the school's Vision and Values statement.

Encouraged children to be inspired by the PE curriculum.

100% of all pupil premium children engaging with sports.

Wide variety of clubs offered by both staff and external providers.

Transport - gymnastic club,  visits (eg Headingley)  and swimming. £315 Accessed a range of resources outside of school.
     
   

Breakdown for our 2015-16 Funding and Impact

Activity Cost Impact
School Sports Partnership £1300

 A PE and School Sport partnership: supported Gifted and Talented, development of Active Mark, support for staff, development of subject leadership, membership of Youth Sports Trust, development of a 'Change for life' project.

 

 

Staff development - PE lessons delivered by a gymnastic coach,

cricket coaching, tennis coaching, gymnastics club hire and coaches, Forest School training.

£6243 Hired specialist coaches to work with staff when teaching PE and leading after school clubs. Trained a member of staff as a Forest Schools teacher to use outdoor education to enhance learning.
Resources - to develop outdoor provision for EYFS, PE mats. £4778.44 Improved the quality of outdoor /indoor provision of outdoor and physical education for all.
Curriculum Enrichment - Dance workshops, Swimming, Forest Schools activities, climbing centre visit. £1630.76 Encouraged children to be inspired by the PE curriculum.
Transport - gymnastic club and swimming £315 Accessed a range of resources outside of school.
     
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PE and School Sport Premium Report 2014