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PE Sports Funding

PE and Sport Funding 2018-2019

April 2018 to September 2018            Allocation = £8125

September 2018 to April 2019           Allocation = £11363

April 2019 – September 2019            Allocation = £8117

Amount

 

Spent on

Effect

Sustainability

1000

Sports Development

Organise and run interschool competitions and sporting events

Increased amount of competitive activity for pupils in a wide range of sports

Pupils involved in competitive activity builds confidence and desire to continue and further pursue sporting participation.

13400

Hiring specialist sports coaches

Lead/work alongside teachers in lessons:–

Update teacher skills with clear improvement to teacher confidence and greater depth of teacher skill

New ideas introduced and implemented in planning

Lead extra-curricular school clubs therefore extended sporting experiences

Expertise of coaches

Pupils enjoy a wide range of activities

Healthy active lifestyles encouraged

Extended curriculum opportunities for large numbers of children

Pathway into local clubs in school community

 

 

Exposure to expert tuition leads to a greater improvement in skill and confidence thus encouraging the desire to continue with the sport.

 

Enhanced teacher skills and confidence are embedded in practice ensuring that the heightened curriculum is sustained.

 

Improved pupil skills and confidence encourages greater participation in sport both inside and outside of school.

 

 

2400

Equipment to promote physical activity

 

New equipment available to support teaching and learning

A wide range of equipment available to use in lessons

A wide range of playground equipment encourages further activity

Greater access to a wider range of high quality equipment, which leads to a variety of additional opportunities, means the heightened curriculum can be sustained into the future.

 

6200

Outdoor developments for active playgrounds

Active playtimes encouraged

All pupils engaged in regular physical activity

Supports the 30 minutes of daily school activity

Staff trained in a large selection of uses of the different line markings in order to teach children a range of games and activities to play during playtimes and lunchtimes.

1660

Extra Swimming

Raise attainment in swimming to meet requirements of the National Curriculum before the end of key stage 2

 

Improved attainment and water confidence thus fostering a love of swimming and a desire to continue its pursuit.

3000

Buses

Transport to competitive events

Increased participation in the School Games

Transport to extra swimming sessions

Buses facilitate attendance of pupils at a variety of competitions and sporting events. Involvement of pupils in competitive activity builds confidence and desire to continue and further pursue sporting participation.

Swimming

The national curriculum requirement to:

swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

use a range of strokes effectively

perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

 

 

51/58 pupils July 2019

 

88% of pupils met National Curriculum swimming requirements


PE and Sport Funding 2017-2018

Amount received for 2017-2018 = £15433

 

Amount

 

Spent on

Effect

Sustainability

 

 

 

 

£6700

Hiring specialist sports coaches to lead after school clubs

Extended sporting opportunities

Expertise of coaches

Pupils enjoy a wide range of activities

Healthy active lifestyles encouraged

Pupils attend local clubs

Exposure to expert tuition leads to a greater improvement in skill and confidence thus encouraging the desire to continue with the sport.

 

 

£2000

Hiring specialist sports coaches to lead/work alongside teachers in lessons

Extended curriculum opportunities for large numbers of children

Expertise of coaches

Pupils enjoy a wide range of activities

Healthy active lifestyles encouraged

Pupils attend local clubs

Enhanced teacher skills and confidence are embedded in practice ensuring that the heightened curriculum is sustained.

 

Improved pupil skills and confidence encourages greater participation in sport both inside and outside of school.

 

£2200

Equipment to promote physical activity

 

New equipment available to support teaching and learning

A wide range of equipment available to use in lessons

Children enjoying active playtimes

Greater access to a wider range of high quality equipment, which leads to a variety of additional opportunities, means the heightened curriculum can be sustained into the future.

 

£3200

 

 

 

 

 

Sports Kit

 

 

 

 

 

Raising of self-esteem.

Children feel part of team

Proud to wear school colours

School kit available for every inter school sport competition

 

Record kept of children receiving kit. Signed in and out.

 

 

£1000

To be carried forward to 2018 -2019 to go towards playground markings

 

 

 

Swimming

The national curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, use a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

55/60 pupils Jul 2017

 

57/60 Dec 2017 (Y6 2017 -2018)

 

 

 

PE and Sport Funding 2016-2017

Amount received for 2016-2017 = £9753

Amount

Spent on

Effect

Sustainability

*£4900

Manor College

See below

· See below

 

*see above

Manor PE Staff working with teachers when teaching PE

· Clear improvement to teacher confidence

· Greater depth of teacher skill

· New ideas implemented in planning

· Children participating in high quality lessons

· Broadening the range and depth of pupils’ skills

· Increased pupil confidence

· Encouragement of a healthy active lifestyle

 

Enhanced teacher skills and confidence are embedded in practice ensuring that the heightened curriculum is sustained.

 

Improved pupil skills and confidence encourages greater participation in sport both inside and outside of school.

*see above

Sports Competitions

· Increased pupil participation in competitive sport

· Raising of self esteem

· Development of generic team skills

 

Increased town wide appetite for competitive sporting events and greater recognition of the huge benefits of competitive sport mean such events will be sustained in the future.

 

*see above

PE Co-ordinator time working with cluster schools and Manor College

 

· Organisation of competitions and events with cluster schools

· Organisation of CPD for staff

· Update with new initiatives

· Sharing of good practice

A strong cluster team of PE leaders will ensure the continuation of a wide range of competitive sporting activities and the sharing of good practice across the town.

£3000

Hiring specialist sports coaches to lead after school clubs

· Extended sporting opportunities

· Expertise of coaches

· Pupils enjoy a wide range of activities

· Healthy active lifestyles encouraged

· Pupils attend local clubs

Exposure to expert tuition leads to a greater improvement in skill and confidence thus encouraging the desire to continue with the sport.

 

 

Amount

Spent on

Effect

Sustainability

£500

Hiring specialist sports coaches to lead/work alongside teachers in lessons

· Extended curriculum opportunities for large numbers of children

· Expertise of coaches

· Pupils enjoy a wide range of activities

· Healthy active lifestyles encouraged

· Pupils attend local clubs

Enhanced teacher skills and confidence are embedded in practice ensuring that the heightened curriculum is sustained.

 

Improved pupil skills and confidence encourages greater participation in sport both inside and outside of school.

 

£1400

Equipment to promote physical activity

 

· New equipment available to support teaching and learning

· A wide range of equipment available to use in lessons

· Children enjoying active playtimes

Greater access to a wider range of high quality equipment, which leads to a variety of additional opportunities, means the heightened curriculum can be sustained into the future.