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Sport

Primary School’s Sports Funding

What is Sports premium?

The Government is providing funding of £150 million per annum to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and will see money going directly to Headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE in their school.

Purpose of the Funding

Schools have to spend the funding on improving the provision of PE and Sport but have the freedom to choose how they spend the money.

Possible uses of the funding include:

  • running sports competitions or increasing participation in school games

  • hiring sports specialists or PE teachers to work alongside staff and work with identified groups of children

  • buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE/Sport

  • providing cover to release teachers for professional development in PE/Sport

How will we spend the funding?

 ACTION PLAN - PE AND SPORT GRANT

2014 -2015

Amount of Grant Received: 1st  instalment = 65% = £6321 

 2nd  instalment = 35% to be received in April 2015

Action                   

Strategies

Funding breakdown

What Impact did this have?

To employ a PE teacher to work alongside the PE Subject leader

MW(PE teacher) to work with CS to support with outstanding teaching and learning in PE

£5,874

 

  • Increased pupil participation

Enhanced, inclusive curriculum

  provision

More confident and competent staff

Enhanced quality of teaching and

  learning

Increased capacity and sustainability

Improved standards

Positive attitudes to health and well-

 being

Improved behaviour and attendance

Improved pupil attitudes to PE

Positive impact on whole school improvement

Easier pupil management

Ensuring strong, sustainable, 

  effective links to the 2012 Games

  Legacy and Olympic and Paralympic

  Values

Supporting and engaging identified groups of children through additional sports activities  ( to include Gifted and Talented, Summer Born, least active)

 

 

MW (PE teacher) to work with identified groups of children to support, develop and extend their skills

Incorporated in above.

 

  • Extended, alternative provision

Increased pupil participation

Enhanced, inclusive curriculum  

 provision

More confident and competent staff

Improved standards

Improved behaviour and

   attendance

 • Positive attitudes to health and

  well-being

Improved pupil attitudes to PE

Ensuring strong, sustainable, effective links to the 2012 Games Legacy and Olympic and Paralympic Values

Run regular intra sport competitions

MW (PE teacher) to work with identified year groups to run cross country competitions (KS2) multi-skills KS1)

Incorporated in above.

 

  • Enhanced, inclusive curriculum

     provision

  •   Increased pupil participation in extra-

  curricular clubs

  • Increased pupil participation in competitive activities
  • Increased pupil awareness of opportunities available in the community
  • Improved behaviour and

   attendance

Positive attitudes to health and

  well-being

 Improved pupil attitudes to PE

 

Train and promote the use of sports leaders to assist with PE activities in school

MW (PE teacher) to work with identified group of Year 5 children

Incorporated in above.

 

  • Develop life skills such as organisation, communication and working together
  • To inspire to live more healthy, active lives
  • To provide positive role models
  • To assist staff with intra and inter schools competitions
  • To promote leadership skills

Professional Development in PE

 

Staff to be released to go on PE Training sessions.

 

PE co-ordinator to be released to attend co-ordinator meetings and training

 

Variable £165 a day as required.

 

  • Increased staff knowledge and

     understanding

More sustainable workforce

Enhanced quality of provision

Increased pupil participation in competitive activities

Increased range of opportunities

The sharing of best practice

Increased pupil awareness of opportunities available in the community

Positive impact on middle leadership

 

ACTION PLAN - PE AND SPORT GRANT

2015 -2016

Amount of Grant Received: 1st instalment = 65% = £6321 

 2nd instalment = 35% to be received in April 2016

 

Action                   

Strategies

Funding breakdown

What Impact will this have?

To employ a PE teacher to work alongside the PE Subject leader

MW(PE teacher) to work with CS to support with outstanding teaching and learning in PE

£5,874

 

  • Increased pupil participation

Enhanced, inclusive curriculum

  provision

More confident and competent staff

Enhanced quality of teaching and

  learning

Increased capacity and sustainability

Improved standards

Positive attitudes to health and well-

 being

Improved behaviour and attendance

Improved pupil attitudes to PE

Positive impact on whole school improvement

Easier pupil management

Ensuring strong, sustainable, 

  effective links to the 2012 Games

  Legacy and Olympic and Paralympic

  Values

Supporting and engaging identified groups of children through additional sports activities  ( to include Gifted and Talented, Summer Born, least active)

 

 

MW (PE teacher) to work with identified groups of children to support, develop and extend their skills

Incorporated in above.

 

  • Extended, alternative provision

Increased pupil participation

Enhanced, inclusive curriculum  

 provision

More confident and competent staff

Improved standards

Improved behaviour and

   attendance

 • Positive attitudes to health and

  well-being

Improved pupil attitudes to PE

Ensuring strong, sustainable, effective links to the 2012 Games Legacy and Olympic and Paralympic Values

Train and promote the use of sports leaders to assist with PE activities in school

MW (PE teacher) to work with identified group of Year 5 children

Incorporated in above.

 

  • Develop life skills such as organisation, communication and working together
  • To inspire to live more healthy, active lives
  • To provide positive role models
  • To assist staff with intra and inter schools competitions
  • To promote leadership skills

To improve provision for lunchtime play.

 

New equipment/resources.

Play leaders training & timetable of activities.

 

£500

  • Increased pupil participation
  •  Enhanced, extended, inclusive extra-curricular provision
  •  More confident and competent staff
  •  Enhanced quality of delivery of activities
  •  Increased staffing capacity and sustainability
  •  Improved standards
  •  Positive attitudes to health and well-being
  •  Improved behaviour and attendance and reduction of low level disruption

Improved pupil attitudes to LPL

Positive impact on whole school improvement

Easier pupil management

Enhanced communication with parents / carers

Ensuring strong, sustainable, effective links to the 2012 Games Legacy and Olympic and Paralympic Values

To increase the use of ICT in PE to aid effective assessment.

Buy 2 ‘PE’ iPads for use in PE only.

Staff INSET on effective use of ipads for assessment in PE.

 

£530.40

 

  • Whole school targets met more effectively

Academic achievement enhanced

Pupils understand the value of PESS to their learning across the school

Staff across the school can start to make the links across subjects and themes including PE

Pupil concentration, commitment, self-esteem and behaviour enhanced

Positive behaviour and a sense of fair play enhanced

Good citizenship promoted

Ensuring strong, sustainable, effective links to the 2012 Games Legacy and Olympic and Paralympic Values

Professional Development in PE

 

Staff to be released to go on PE Training sessions.

 

PE co-ordinator to be released to attend co-ordinator meetings and training

 

Variable £165 a day as required.

 

  • Increased staff knowledge and

     understanding

More sustainable workforce

Enhanced quality of provision

Increased pupil participation in competitive activities

Increased range of opportunities

The sharing of best practice

Increased pupil awareness of opportunities available in the community

Positive impact on middle leadership

 

Monitoring lessons after staff training/ observation of PE Coordinator to see use of ipads.

Staff to observe co-ordinator for support in games.

To observe teachers to see use of ICT in PE and of new equipment/resources.

 

£165

 • A more inclusive curriculum which

    inspires and engages all pupil

 • More confident and competent staff

  • Enhanced quality of teaching and

   learning

  Increased capacity and sustainability

 

 

 

 

 

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