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Cantley Primary School

Sports Premium

PE & Sports Premium

 

The government has allocated additional funding to all primary schools to improve the provision of physical education and sport. The money is allocated over 3 years.

 

September 2013 – our school was allocated                                        £5,138

April 2014 – our school was allocated                                                 £8,490

April 2015 – our school was allocated                                                 £3,506

Total allocation since September 2013                                              £17,134

 

September 2013 – April 2014

Cluster Professional Support

£675

Supply for PE subject Leader

£400

Staffing Sporting events

£864

Travel Sporting events

£865

New equipment

£419

Sports Field Lease and Maintenance

£1,059

Village Hall Hire

£618

Support for Swimming Programme

£870

Total

£5,770

 

 April 2014 – March 2015

Cluster Professional Support

£1157

Supply for PE subject Leader

£600

Inset day – gym training

£60

Staffing Sporting events

£914

Travel Sporting events

£900

Sports Field Lease and Maintenance

£1,100

New equipment

£300

Village Hall Hire

£600

Support for Swimming Programme

£900

   

Total

£6,531

 

April 2015 –

Cluster Professional Support

£1250

Supply for PE subject Leader

£300

Staffing Sporting events

£738

Travel Sporting events

£925

Sports Field Lease and Maintenance

£1,120

Village Hall Hire

£500

Total

£4,833

 

 

Total allocation since September 2013

£17,134

Total expenditure since September 2013

£17,134

 

 

Objectives for 2013 -2015

 

  • To provide good quality professional development for staff to enhance their skills to ensure that each child receives good quality teaching in PE throughout the school.  For example funding has been used to develop staff CPD within areas of the P.E curriculum such as gymnastics.  This in turn has then ensured staff are confident with delivering the P.E curriculum using a range of different approaches and that staff recognise what constitutes an outstanding P.E. lesson, as well as staff having a developed knowledge of personalisation of learning and P.E. assessment.
  • To continue to work collaboratively with other schools, both in the cluster and the wider community to develop the sporting opportunities for all the children. We work with the Acle Schools Cluster to help fund a School Sports Co-ordinator – Mrs Janet Southgate.  The work of the School Sports Co-ordinator and the Cluster means that we can provide inter-school competitions, such as tennis, cross country, football and cricket to our pupils.   The impact of this funding has been evidenced during this academic year, for example we gained first place in the cluster KS1 Football Skills, second place in the cluster Kwik Cricket for years 3/4 and first place in both the team and individual cluster Basketball event. We have also entered children in cluster and School Sports partnership competitions such as Cross Country where 1 child qualified for the Partnership finals.  We fund coaches to deliver curriculum P.E sessions to children across the school.  We also offer or have offered lunch time and after-school clubs in P.E, such as football, cross country, multi-skills, dance, cheerleading, tennis and tag rugby.  In 2014 we were fortunate to receive free coaching in rugby, multi-skills and football.
  • To audit resources ensuring that all children have access to high quality equipment to enable them to develop their physical skills and wellbeing.
  • Agree as a staff on how to assess progress in PE.

 

Evaluation of Impact

·         Monitor quality of PE lessons across the school

·         Undertake pupil survey

·         Monitor numbers of children participating in sports activities and competitions

·         Assessment of attainment and progress in Physical development including assessing impact of new equipment. 

The impact of the Sports Premium Funding is monitored by the Headteacher, Governors and P.E subject leader (Mrs Keri Endall).  Governors liaise with the P.E subject leader and share the developments which are occurring in the subject and the impact of teaching on the children’s learning, through monitoring assessment material and also taking part in monitoring of teaching and learning.   The P.E subject leader also attends PLT meetings (Primary Link Teacher meetings) to ensure all School Sports Partnership opportunities are undertaken by the school.

 

Overall Success Criteria

·         All children will benefit from improved quality and have had experience of a wide range of opportunities to ensure that there will be a lasting impact on their physical wellbeing.

 

 


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