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PE Funding

PE Funding has been spent on providing free after school clubs to encourage pupils to try a new sport/spend longer do sporting activities. A proportion has also been spent on providing swimming opportunities for all pupils in year 3-6 as well as providing the transport. Training opportunities have been provided for staff e.g. swimming courses.
 
A qualified gymnastics teacher has also supported staff with planning and teaching gymnastics lessons. New equipment has also been bought to develop the range of sports we teach.
 

Primary Sports Funding 2015-16

     

Amount of grant to be received: £8,880

   
     

Funded Initiative

Funding Value

Impact

To continue to enrich and extend areas taught within the curriculum

 

All children will leave KS2 with the ability to swim at least 25m unaided.

 £           2,659.40

(Coach hire, swimming instructor, lane rental- all have increased pricing this year).

 

(18 weeks of swimming lessons for two year groups each week).

 

 

To increase pupil involvement in inter-school sporting competitions

 

Lunchtime clubs run by a sports specialist to train teams ahead of each competition.

 £              586.44

To enter all 10 Mini Youth Games. Aiming to place in top 20 in all MYG entered, with a top 10 place for small schools.

To access cluster support by linking with Hundred of Hoo secondary school.

 

Transport for children to use facilities both during curriculum time and during out of school learning hours.

(Links with Williamson Trust schools)

 

Release cover for teaching staff to support pupils, as well as to link with HoH teachers to develop confidence of teaching staff and breadth of study.

 

 

 

 

 

With guidance from HoH, Year 5 and 6 pupils will be trained as Young Leaders. TAs will receive additional training to support their role in developing positive play opportunities during breaktimes.

 

 

 

To provide training for TAs who supervise lunchtime to support Young Leaders and to introduce playground games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To introduce different specialist equipment and teaching resources to develop a non-traditional activity

 

This will ensure resources to support the PE curriculum and encouraging pupils to develop healthy lifestyles understanding the importance of exercise through a varied curriculum.

 £              219.00

 

To hire qualified Sports / Gymnastics coaches to work alongside teachers when teaching PE

 

Increased teacher confidence in when planning progression and delivering lessons in gymnastics.

 £           1,275.00

(Term 3 - 2 days per week)

 

To raise the quality of teaching of PE and sport in school, ensuring that standards are at least good

 

Invest in teacher’s confidence and competence in PE through twilight courses and CPD training through the Howard School Partnership programme.

£3,887

To enhance the outdoor equipment available for use across both key stages.

 

Invest in high quality all weather outdoor equipment that can be used by all children throughout playtimes and PE lessons.

£253

 

Primary Sports Funding 2014-15

Amount of grant received: £9015

Funded Initiative

Funding Value

Impact

To continue to enrich and extend areas taught within the curriculum

 

To introduce different specialist equipment and teaching resources to develop a non-traditional activity

 

 

 

 

 

£3,400

 

All children will leave KS2 with the ability to swim at least 25m unaided.

(Coach hire, swimming instructor, lane rental).

To introduce different sports within the curriculum. This will ensure resources to support the PE curriculum and encouraging pupils to develop healthy lifestyles understanding the importance of exercise through a varied curriculum.

(Boxing, fitness training, Ultimate Frisbee, ect).

To increase pupil involvement in inter-school sporting competitions

 

 

£1000

Lunchtime clubs run by a sports specialist to train teams ahead of each competition.

To enter up to 7 Mini Youth Games. To place in top 20 in all MYG entered, with a top 10 place for small schools.

To create a Class Playground Box to increase children’s responsibility in maintenance of equipment

 

 

£900

Each class will be responsible for the use and maintenance of their own playground equipment. Additionally, this will ensure adequate resources of equipment throughout the year.

To hire qualified Sports / Gymnastics coaches to work alongside teachers when teaching PE

 

 

 

£3,600

 

Increased teacher confidence in when planning progression and delivering lessons in gymnastics.

(PE specialist hired full time to support quality lesson delivery and breadth of coverage; Qualified gymnastics instructor hired to team-teach and assist in progression of skills planning).

To raise the quality of teaching of PE and sport in school, ensuring that standards are at least good

 

£150

PE subject leader release time to conduct lesson observations of all year groups within a range of PE subject areas.

Total - £9,050

 

Primary Sports Funding 2015-16

Amount of grant to be received: £9,015

Funded Initiative

Funding Value

Impact

To continue to enrich and extend areas taught within the curriculum

 

 

 

£4,200

 

All children will leave KS2 with the ability to swim at least 25m unaided.

(Coach hire, swimming instructor, lane rental- all have increased pricing this year).

(18 weeks of swimming lessons for two year groups each week).

To increase pupil involvement in inter-school sporting competitions

 

 

£600

Lunchtime clubs run by a sports specialist to train teams ahead of each competition.

To enter all 10 Mini Youth Games. Aiming to place in top 20 in all MYG entered, with a top 10 place for small schools.

To access cluster support by linking with Hundred of Hoo secondary school.

(Links with Williamson Trust schools)

 

 

 

To provide training for TAs who supervise lunchtime to support Young Leaders and to introduce playground games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£400

Transport for children to use facilities both during curriculum time and during out of school learning hours.

Release cover for teaching staff to support pupils, as well as to link with HoH teachers to develop confidence of teaching staff and breadth of study.

 

With guidance from HoH, Year 5 and 6 pupils will be trained as Young Leaders. TAs will receive additional training to support their role in developing positive play opportunities during breaktimes.

To introduce different specialist equipment and teaching resources to develop a non-traditional activity

 

 

£500

This will ensure resources to support the PE curriculum and encouraging pupils to develop healthy lifestyles understanding the importance of exercise through a varied curriculum.

To hire qualified Sports / Gymnastics coaches to work alongside teachers when teaching PE

 

£1,300

(Term 3 - 2 days per week)

 

Increased teacher confidence in when planning progression and delivering lessons in gymnastics.

 

To raise the quality of teaching of PE and sport in school, ensuring that standards are at least good

 

£400

Invest in teacher’s confidence and competence in PE through twilight courses and cpd training through the Howard School Partnership programme.

To enhance the outdoor equipment available for use across both key stages.

 

 

£1615

Invest in high quality all weather outdoor equipment that can be used by all children throughout playtimes and PE lessons.

MYG progress thus far:

MYG Rugby (first time entered) - 23rd
MYG hockey - 14th place
MYG badminton(first time entered) - 25th place

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