PE and Sport Premium

The PE and sport premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.

2017-2018

The PE and Sport Premium allocation for 2017-2018 is £20,400

This will be spent in a number of ways to enhance learning in PE and school sport for all pupils and specific groups of targeted children.

These include:

 We have reappointed two specialist PE Teachers for this academic year to teach KS1 and KS2 children and work alongside teachers (£12,800)

 CPD for teachers to work alongside PE Specialists to provide staff development for class teachers teaching various areas of the New Curriculum. Particularly in KS1 and Early Years.

 Wider range of extra-curricular provision and increased participation.

 Leadership training for pupils.

 Continued promotion of living a healthy life style 

 Continued development of Outdoor Adventurous Activities, both within and outside of the PE Curriculum.

 Provision for less active pupils, lower ability pupils and ‘gifted and talented’ pupils.

 More opportunities for ‘competition’ across the school, both through intra and inter-school events.

 Collaboration with other school, through festivals, inspirational visitors and contribution towards transport for sporting events.

Please see a full list of the action plan for 2017-2018 by clicking on the link below.

2016-2017

The PE and Sport Premium allocation for 2016-2017 is £9980

This was spent in a number of ways to enhance learning in PE and school sport for all pupils and specific groups of targeted children. 

 

These included: 

 Reappointing a specialist PE Teacher for this academic year to teach Year 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, and work alongside teachers (£5,000)

 CPD for teachers to work alongside PE Specialists to provide staff development for class teachers teaching various areas of the New Curriculum. Particularly in KS1.

 Wider range of extra-curricular provision and increased participation.

 Leadership training for pupils.

 Continued promotion of living a healthy life style 

 Continued development of Outdoor Adventurous Activities, both within and outside of the PE Curriculum.

 Provision for less active pupils, lower ability pupils and ‘gifted and talented’ pupils.

 More opportunities for ‘competition’ across the school, both through intra and inter-school events.

 Collaboration with other school, through festivals, inspirational visitors and contribution towards transport for sporting events.

 

 

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