PE Premium

PE and Sport Initiative Funding

The government is providing additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – will be allocated to primary school headteachers.

This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

At Longwell Green Primary School we decided to use the money to release Miss Lock from her class for two days a week to improve the quality of P.E teaching and sport opportunities across the school. Miss Lock has a degree in Sports Development and Coach Education from the University of Bath. During the two days out of class, she will work with other classes, teaching their P.E lessons and supporting all class teachers by providing planning.

2016/17

2016-17 Sports Partnershp Delivery Programme

2015/16

2015-16 Grange Sports Partnership Programme

Aims for 2015/16 – PE Funding expected – £9,721
Expenditure Activity Aims
£9587 Release of P.E co-ordinator for management time twice a term.
  • Continue to support teachers with the planning and teaching of P.E in areas where they lack confidence.
  • Continue to develop and monitor the progression of skills taught throughout the school.
  • To build a system for sign positing children to local clubs when they show potential in their P.E lessons/ after school clubs.
  • Monitor after school clubs that are run by outside agencies to ensure there is adequate provision.
  • Ensure that after school clubs provide for all year groups.
£3020 School sport partnership with The Grange School and Sports College including:

o    CPD training.

o    Support for PE subject leader.

o    Range of competitive opportunities.

o    High quality sports coaching leading to festival events (min 10 hours)

  • To continue to enter level 2 competitions for children of all ages.
  • To provide CPD for staff
£100 P.E association membership
  • To enter teams into the Festival of Youth sport including KS1 children.
  • To take part in the football league and cup.
Purchase new equipment
  • To replace the gymnastic mats.

 

2014/15 reviewed

Review of 2014/15 – PE Funding received £9,412
Expenditure Activity Aims Impact
£16,980 Release P.E specialist to teach P.E across the school for 2 days.
  • Continue to support teachers with the planning and teaching of P.E in areas where they lack confidence.
  • Continue to develop and monitor the progression of skills taught throughout the school.
  • To develop the use of colour teams for intra competition throughout the year.
  •  To use the colour teams to develop a positive sporting culture throughout the school, including lunchtime sport.
  • P.E audit completed at the start of the year and then used to develop planning cycle.
  •  Colour teams were widely used across the school to engage children in Level 1 competitions for sports such as gymnastics, tennis, football and hockey.
  •  Children take part in a range of lunchtime sports within their colour teams. This has created a more positive attitude towards sport at lunchtimes and encouraged children across age groups to play together.
£3020 School sport partnership with The Grange School and Sports College including:

o    CPD training.

o    Support for PE subject leader.

o    Range of competitive opportunities.

o    High quality sports coaching leading to festival events (min 10 hours)

  • To use their support to run a change for life club at lunch time for targeted children.
  • To continue to enter level 2 competitions for children of all ages.
  • To develop Staff CPD in Dance and other areas.
  • Change for life club was run for term 6, impacting 12 carefully selected children. The children enjoyed the club and the wider school staff trained to run the club enjoyed the clear structure and routine.
  • Children took part in level 2 competitions across the school: Year 1/2 multi-skills, Year 4/5/6 football tournaments, Year 6 football league, Year 6 rugby tournament, Year 3,4,5,6 cross country, Year 6 orienteering and Year 6 netball league.
  •  New staff received training in gymnastics.
  • All staff took part in dance CPD.
  • 10 teaching staff were part of the FA skills program supporting their CPD of football based multi-skills.
£100 P.E association membership
  • To enter teams into the Festival of Youth sport including KS1 children.
  • To take part in the football league and cup.
  • 14 children attended the festival of youth sport, taking part in Year 1/2 multi-skills and Year 2/3 tennis competitions.
  • The Year 6 football team played in the school league and got to round 3 in the school cup.

2013/14 reviewed

Expenditure Activity Impact
£16,945 Release P.E specialist to teach P.E across the school for 2 days.
  • The curriculum provision for P.E has been reorganised to ensure children experience a range of sports in curriculum time.
  • Teacher skills and confidence levels were audited. This allowed for teachers to be supported with planning during sports they were less confident teaching.
  • E lessons are now planned with the aim of the children being physically active for a large percentage of the time. Warm ups with upper key stage 2 are also more vigorous to try and demonstrate simple ways they can improve their fitness.
  • E lessons include discussions about healthy living and exercise. Year 6 complete a health and fitness unit which included theoretical and practical aspects.
  • The profile of P.E has been raised across the school and children are clearly aware of the P.E leader in school.
  • A netball team was entered into the local netball league for the first time.
  • A club was designed to target vulnerable children in school. This club allowed children to take part in physical activity in ways they may not have tried before e.g circus skills, a walk round the local nature reserve, boccia and orienteering.
£3020 School sport partnership with The Grange School and Sports College including:

  • CPD training.
  • Support for PE subject leader.
  • Range of competitive opportunities.
  • High quality sports coaching leading to festival events (min 10 hours)

 

  • All staff took part in a gymnastics staff meeting.
  • 3x KS1 staff attended dance CPD
  • 2x teachers attended football CPD
  • Partnership meetings allow for P.E co-ordinator to liaise with other P.E leaders.
  • Regular opportunities for Level 2 competitions. For 2013/14 we took part in Tag rugby tournaments, aquatics festival, Hockey, sports hall athletics, cross country, infant agility challenge and the year 3/4 athletics challenge.
  • Two classes received tag rugby coaching which also support the teachers development.
P.E association membership

 

  • Entry into the local football league. For the year 2014/14 we were runners up.
  • Entry into the Festival of youth sport- For the year 2013/14 we took a team of year 1 and 2 to take part in the multi skills event and a team of year 3 and 4 to take part in the hockey.
  • Entry into the cross country competition

 

 

Below is a P.E provision map which shows the coverage each year group will have.

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