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PE AND SPORT GRANT 2020 - 2021

 

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.

 

Due to the Corona Pandemic in March 2020 there has been an underspend of £7000. This has been carried forward but needs to be spent by March 31st 2021.

 

Allocation 2017-18

£17,690

Allocation 2018-19

£17,679

Allocation 2019-2020

£17,679

 

Overview of spending 2019 - 2020

Implementing and supporting the staff to use a whole school scheme of work. Staff to take part in training in real PE and Jumpstart dance programme for Reception up to Year 6.

 

To continue to support teachers to deliver outdoor experience using Really Rural.

 

Give opportunities for children to experience curriculum coming to life by involving them in physical experiences linked to their curriculum topics.

 

Funding transport to allow children to participate in school games tournaments and events in and around Herefordshire.

 

To improve the gymnastic equipment.

 

Objectives 2019 - 2020

1: Improve curriculum both inside and outside.

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

3: Increase provision and opportunities for learning and being physical outside.

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

5: Increase the quality of Dance and gymnastic provision throughout the school.

 

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.

 

 

 

Provision

Date

Estimated cost

Actual cost

Purchasing new equipment for the hall. More supportive mats and trampette and some more equipment to encourage floor work.

September

£1000

£974.59

Year 3 to take part in an Egyptian dance workshop.

October

£450

£449

Replace and improve the computer system in hall to support the teaching of the new schemes in the hall.

February

£6000

£4,691.07

Weekly input for each class on forest school teaching using Really Rural.

September onwards for the full year.

£250 per month Yearly :£2500

£1,920

Transport to and from PE sessions and tournaments for all year groups.

November onwards.

£2000

£1,154

Year 2 took part in an Indian dance session.

November

£400

£399

Year 4 and R to take part in weekly dance sessions with a Zumba teacher.

January – April

£90 per month. Total : £360

£270

Jumpstart Dance membership

January for 12 months.

£200

£187

Real PE membership for all teacher and training sessions as whole staff.

October onwards.

£3000

0

Class allocation to increase the physical activity of their children.

September onwards.

£450 per class. £3150  in total.

£329.19

Summer coaches to increase the skills in higher achieving young people.

March onwards

£2000

0

Training course for PE lead

October onwards.

£75

£75

Repairs on outdoor equipment for all children to use during lessons and breaks

March Onwards

£1000

£741.65

TOTAL

£11,190.50

 

Overview of spending 2020 - 2021

  • Implementing and supporting the staff to use a whole school scheme of work. Staff to take part in training in real Gym and Jumpstart dance programme for Reception up to Year 6. Staff will gain continued support to continue their teaching using Real PE.
  • To continue to support teachers to deliver outdoor experience using Really Rural.
  • Give opportunities for children to experience curriculum coming to life by involving them in physical experiences linked to their curriculum topics.
  • Funding transport to allow children to participate in school games tournaments and events in and around Herefordshire by leasing a mini bus.
  • Improve teaching of practical sessions outside of the hall by allowing each teacher to have his or her own iPad to plan great quality PE provision.
  • Involve the year 6 children in a Young Leaders programme to encourage them to take an active role with the younger children’s physical activity.  

Objectives 2020-2021

1: Improve curriculum both inside and outside.

2: To increase confidence, knowledge and skills in all staff in teaching dance and gymnastics.

3: Increase the quality of Dance and gymnastic provision throughout the school.

4: Increase provision and opportunities for learning and being physical outside.

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

6: To allow children to use physical activity to combat any anxiety built up from experience lockdown or isolation from peers.

7: To increase confidence in the Year 6 children to lead groups of young children in physical activity sessions.

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.


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