Sports Funding

Physical Education and sport premium for primary schools

Sports PE Funding £10,605

The school has been allocated £10,605 for the academic year 2016/17. Which will be spent over 2 financial years £6186.25 for the period 1st September 2016 to 31st March 2017. And £4418.75 for the period 1st April 2017 to the 31st August 2017.

  • We have allocated £6605 of this money on paying a teacher to lead PE, develop our curriculum, ensure there is good training for the teachers and support our children to take part in lots of interschool and intra school competitions.
  • We invest £4000 of the funding with the Willow Tree Partnership. This gives our staff training and development throughout the year.

 

 

 

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Lunchtime Club Coach

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PE Resources

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School Sports Partnership

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Remaining Budget

Area

Lunchtime Club Coach – 12.00p.m. to 1.15p.m four times per week

Amount

£1,755

Target Group

  • Years 1, 2 and 3 children who are reluctant to participate in PE or sport
  • 15 KS1 children Monday and Tuesday
  • 17 KS2 children Thursday and Friday

Impact

  • Children are eager for sessions and are receiving 90 minutes of good quality PE on top of lesson sessions.
  • Sessions geared to their interests.
  • Increased skills and fitness levels

PE Resources

£1,216

  • Whole school PE lessons – balls all types, tennis sets, badminton sets, parachute, skipping ropes, bowling set, hoops bean bags and stilts
  • Better quality PE lessons, increased skills
  • Sessions geared to their interests.
  • Increased skills and fitness levels

School Sports Partnership

£4,000

  • Years 1, 2 and 3 children who are reluctant to participate in PE or sport
  • 15 KS1 children Monday and Tuesday
  • 17 KS2 children Thursday and Friday
Competition, improving staff skills particularly at KS1 where all teachers take their own lessons. Networking for PE leader.

Clubs

  • Remaining £3,694 will be used to buy in coaches for cricket, tennis and / or touch rugby. PE leader investigating.

Total

£6,971

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