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PE AND SPORT GRANT

What is the PE and Sport Grant?

Schools must use the funding to make additional fund improvements to the provision of PE and Sport, for the benefit of primary age pupils so that they develop healthy lifestyles. Schools are required to publish on-line information about how they have used the funding and its impact.

In 2017/2018 schools with 17 or more eligible pupils will receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil per eligible pupil, which is an increase from previous years

Allocation 2015-16

£8,965

Allocation 2016-17

£8,835

Allocation 2017-18

£17,920

 

Overview of spending 2016-2017

Employment of coach in delivery of staff CPD.

Employment of coach to deliver high quality after school cricket club.

Focus on inter-school competition and transport to increase participation.

Employment for introduction and training of sport leaders across the school.

Targeted support for young people with motor skill difficulties.

Increased dance provision through employment of professional teacher.

Objectives 2017 – 2018

1: Improve curriculum both inside and outside.

2: To increase confidence, knowledge and skills in all staff in teaching P.E. and sport.

3: To improve transition arrangement for all young people moving to high schools.

4: Increase provision and opportunities for higher performing young people.

5: Continue to develop then young people’s participation in competitive activities either in or out of the school.

6: Increase mental awareness and well-being of the young people.

Quality assurance

What systems are in place to ensure value for money and the involvement of the school leadership team, including the governing body, in overseeing the effectiveness of the projects?

  • Regular updates and meetings between P.E. subject leader and the Head teacher.
  • Feedback from staff outlining the effectiveness and impact of provision in the form of questionnaire.
  • Annual report to Governors including updates as requested.

Total P.E. and Sport Funding this academic year: £17,000 approximately.

 

 

 

SPORT FUNDING 2016-2017

Budget to be spent on improving PE and sport provision = £8,935

Area of focus

Impact

Cost

Sport Coaches teaching PE alongside teachers and independently to offer a wide range of sports clubs.

  • All teachers have expertise in teaching PE.
  • More confident and competent staff.
  • Improved standards.
  • Children are better skilled in all aspects.

£1,951

Coach costs to take part in local tournaments so less reliance on payment or parents transporting children.

  • Children enjoy sports and increase their skills across a range of sports.
  • Enhanced, extended, inclusive extra-curricular provision.

£546

PE Teacher and PE Specialist to team teach with all classes to demonstrate high quality PE through Service Level Agreement with local High School.

  • Teachers’ confidence and skills develop.
  • Evaluation of current provision and practices to ensure improvement.

£3,975

Subject Leader to update PE curriculum provision to ensure it is sustainable and of high quality

  • Enhanced quality of provision.
  • Time out of classroom to review and improve school PE planning.

£150

To upgrade gym equipment to ensure it is of a safe standard

  • To improve the health and fitness of children.
  • To provide a range of gym equipment for indoor PE lessons.

£567

Replacement and upgrade of PE Curriculum resources in order to develop the delivery of sport and PE.

  • Use for ball games, lunchtime equipment and PE lessons.

£1,242

To develop the number of extra-curricular clubs which are on offer.

  • To improve the health and fitness of children.
  • Children’s needs are met.

£404

£8,835

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLANNED PROVISION FOR 2017/2018

Use of funding

Planned provision

Success criteria (based on pupil outcomes)

Cost

% of total annual funding

Impact and evidence

Improve curriculum both inside and outside.

Purchase of equipment for both the hall and outside provision.

 

 

 

 

 

Whole school planning update.

 

Resources allow teachers to maximise on lesson activity time. Children have differentiated equipment to suit their age and needs.

£2,500

 

 

To increase confidence, knowledge and skills in all staff in teaching P.E. and sport.

Employ a coach to dedicate an hour per week to support individual CPD targets.

Increase teacher’s confidence to teach high quality P.E. Improve subject knowledge of all teachers. Improvement of standard of achievement across the school.

 

 

 

To improve transition arrangement for all young people moving to high schools.

Discussions with local clubs regarding links for after school provisions.

Increase number of school club links to at least 3.

Increase the number of children participating in community clubs inclusive of high ability children.

 

 

 

Increase provision and opportunities for higher performing young people.

Employ a coach to run specific sessions with higher performing young people and to introduce them to outside clubs where appropriate.

Increased amount of high ability young people choosing to improve their skills outside of school hours.

 

 

 

Continue to develop then young people’s participation in competitive activities either in or out of the school.

Identify tournaments/ festivals/ schools to join in with competitive competitions.

Ensure appropriate transport to attend.

All young children take part in at least one competitive opportunity outside the school.

 

 

 

 

Increase mental awareness and well-being of the young people.

Staff meeting provision to introduce Yoga techniques. Follow up class sessions to co-teach basic moves.

 

Train a member of staff in Forest school lead. Deliver opportunities to each class to experience forest school activities within the local environment.

Improved behaviour in and out of the classroom.

 

 

 

The children are involved in forest school activities in and outside the school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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