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Sports Funding

PE and Sport Premium Funding

For the 2020/21 academic year, our school has received a total of £20,680 in PE Sport Premium funding. This is for the entire school from reception to year 6.  

The funding may be used in a variety of ways, but the aims is to provide opportunities before, during and after the school day. The following PE and Sport Premium funding actions plan (updated termly, with the final report uploaded in April) explains the breakdown of the spend, the intended impact of the spending and the sustainability of the funding. The funding aims to improve sport, PE and physical activity at our school through five key indicators:

  • The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity.
  • Raising the profile of PE and sport across the whole school as a tool for whole school improvement.
  • Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and school sport.
  • Offer all pupils a broader range of sports and activities.
  • Increased participation in competitive sport.

The table below shows how the PE & Sport Premium was spent 21-22:

Amount

Spent on

How did this support PE and sport?

£15500

Specialist sports coach/teacher working alongside school staff, and developing the current PE curriculum

Specialist sports coaches to coach teams a for competitions

Specialist sports coaches will continue to deliver PE lessons every week  and upskill staff to continue to:

Write and develop our school PE curriculum to meet the needs of our children.

Provide broader diet of specialist PE and sports learning

Develop the skills and confidence of school staff in delivering high quality coaching and activities

Encourage children to have a go and try new sports and activities

Early morning exercise sessions run during Breakfast Club

Specialist sports coaches train and develop the skills of more able athletes to prepare them for competitive sports

 

   

£5000

PE and sports equipment (curriculum)

New equipment will be bought to support the developments and improvements to the PE curriculum, to ensure that teachers and coaches were well equipped and that children continue to have the necessary resources to benefit fully.

£2800

Play equipment (playtimes)

Games equipment to support playtime experiences for children. New equipment will be bought to improve the quality of sport opportunities at playtimes and lunchtimes.

The table below shows how 2022-23 PE & Sport Premium funding will be spent:

Amount

Spent on

How did this support PE and sport?

£15,000

Specialist sports teacher working alongside school staff

Specialist sports teacher to coach teams a for competitions

Specialist sports teacher will lead on the new curriculm and staff to deliver PE every week in Reception, key stage 1 and 2 learning time.  This is designed to:

Provide broader diet of specialist PE and sports learning

Develop the skills and confidence of school staff in delivering high quality coaching and activities

Encourage children to have a go and try new sports and activities

Specialist sports teachers train and develop the skills of more able athletes to prepare them for competitive sports

£3,000

PE and sports equipment (curriculum)

New equipment continues to be purchased to support and improve the PE curriculum, to ensure that teachers ae well equipped and that children have the necessary resources to benefit fully. This included balls, nets and hoops.

£2, 300

Play leadership and games equipment (playtimes)

Play leaders are recruited to support play time experiences for children and new equipment is purchasedt to improve the quality of sport opportunities at playtimes and lunchtimes.

This is now a well-established provision which has been developed to provide opportunities for excellence and competition and will be sustainable through future rounds of school funding and continuing staff development alongside professionals.

Children attend swimming lessons during their time in KS2 (although due to Covid this has been disrupted). In our current Year 6 (68 children) their swimming skills as are follows;

  •  can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
  •  can use a range of strokes effectively
  •  can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based activities
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