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PE and Sport Premium

Please click the link below for general information about the Government's PE and Sport Premium funding.

PE Action Plan & Evaluation 2016/17

PE and Sport Premium Funding 2017/18

Our school has established a positive attitude towards PE, school sport and exercise.  Pupils are given lots of opportunities to try new activities, with a strong emphasis on participation and enjoyment.

PE lessons are aimed at developing core skills that can be transferred into individual and team sports, including skills that link to pupils’ personal, social and emotional development, such as team-work, problem-solving and resilience.

In the academic year 2017-18, the school anticipates an allocation of £17,129 in PE and School Sports Funding.  It is our intention to use this to provide a range of CPD to support teachers in providing high quality teaching and learning experiences for all pupils.  We also intend to increase access to a broader range of curricular and extra-curricular events to promote physical activity and school sports.  We also plan to engage more children in participating in sport festivals and competitions.

 

Purpose Intended Use Amount (£)
Hiring specialist PE teachers or sports teachers to work with primary teachers when teaching PE

To raise confidence and develop knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport by:

  • Identifying and organising expert sports coaches/teachers to support existing teachers in planning and teaching high quality lessons.
  • Providing opportunities for teachers to work alongside sports coaches/teachers and observe best practice.
  • Identifying and providing CPD opportunities for the introduction of new sports into the school curriculum e.g. table tennis, archery, zumba.

Special Coach Costs

£1,500

 

Supply Cover

£1,000

Support and engage the least active children through new or additional change for life clubs

To engage all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active life styles by:

  • Increasing the range of lunchtime and after school clubs on offer to all children.
  • Organising specific theme days to engage and involve all children across the school in a range of new sporting experiences e.g. skipping, zumba, table tennis, archery.
  • Raising the profile of PE and Sport across the school by celebrate sporting achievements in Friday’s Merit Assembly and promoting the success of PE and School Sport on the website.
£3,000
Paying for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE/sport See section 1 above £2,500
Providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE/sport See section 1 above £3,000
Running sports competitions, or increasing pupils participation in the school games

To increase participation in competitive sport by:

  • Providing additional opportunities for pupils to participate in competitive sport.
  • Increasing the proportion of pupils that participate in inter and intra school sports competitions.
  • Providing transport to and from sports festivals and inter-school competitions.

Transport

£800

Buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE and sport Develop PE subject leadership: NVQ - Developing PE Teaching in Primary Schools (Subject Leader) £1,000
Providing places for pupils on after school sports clubs and holiday clubs

To ensure that all KS2 pupils are able to swim 25m by the end of KS2 by

  • Providing additional opportunities for pupils to access swimming tuition beyond the school day
  • Providing transport to and from the local swimming pool.
£2,000
Purchase additional equipment/resources/facilities for active playtimes To purchase/replenish PE equipment

Resources

£3,000

  Total Commitment £17,800
  Anticipated Income £17,129

 

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