Primary PE and Sport Funding |
Schools are allocated a sum of money, called the Primary PE and Sport Funding to support all children and improve the quantity, quality and breadth of PE and sport provision. The allocation is calculated according to the intake of the school, and the school must decide how best to use the money to improve the breadth and quality of PE and sport provision, including increased participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.
Our Primary PE and Sport Funding for 2018/19 was £18,377
At St.Leonard’s wedecided to use this money to:
Continue with our specialist P.E teacher support,who leads and organises extra curricular activities and competitions at a cost of £3,342.P.E through the curriculum including mathematics and awareness of healthy eating, from an outside provider, at a cost of £450. £2,150 was spent on offering extracurricular activities (clubs/competitions) for all children.We also buy into the ‘South Ribble Schools Sports Partnership’ at a cost of £4,040 for skilled coaches that model teaching and learning for teachers who teach P.E in our school. Yoga/well being for year 2 and year 6 took place at a cost of £1,185. Youth Sports Trust (additional planning tool) £200 was purchased. Additional P.E resources £420 were also purchased.
- Use of a specialist coaches towork alongside teachers.
- Professional training for staff to raise their confidence and competence in teaching PE and sport.
- Tots on tyres (reception/year 1 children: riding small bikes to develop balance and coordination).
- Dance from the Heart: increasing dance skills and improving knowledge about healthy living whilst raising awareness about The British Heart Foundation.
- KS2 School games, competitions and festivals, events in local clusters and progression to county finals.
- Cross curricular Healthy Eating lessons.
- KS1 extra-curricular activities multi skills, football, tennis, athletics.
- KS1 Inclusion events
- Yoga/ well-being (transition work) in year 2 and 6
- Scoot Safe
- Bike ability, Bike ability fix.
- KS2: extra-curricular clubs: orienteering, fencing, rugby and tennis.
- Membership of Youth Sport Trust for CPD.
- £6,590 will be carried forward into 2019/20 to be used for the development of the playgrounds for a permanent activity trail, playground markings and activities, static/fixed gym playground equipment.
- Improved teacher subject knowledge from P.E new scheme of work training.
- Increased extra-curricular activities. There has been continued take up of these activities for key stage 2 and increased opportunities for KS1.
- Teachers have had more support from specialist coaches.
- P.E lessons have been observed and are at least good.
- School participated in all events organised through the School Sports Partnership and won many competitions.
- THE GAMES GOLD AWARD sponsored by the Youth Sports Trust
- Provided a wide range of extra-curricular activities.
- Provided a variety of P.E resources.
- Had a Healthy Schools week to promote physical well-being and healthy lifestyles.
- Provided more opportunities for SEN and disadvantaged children.
- School council involved in providing increased opportunity for all children relating to health and well-being.
- To implement an ‘Active time’ schedule throughout school to increase activity levels ( Activity Trail, static gym equipment, playground markings).
- To maintain teachers Subject Knowledge through CPD.
- To continue to provide extra-curricular provision for both key stages.
- To provide new opportunities, such as an introduction to Forest Schools.
- To continue to promote health and well-being through activities such as Yoga.
- Toprovide further training for welfare and pupils in order to enhance lunchtime play provision and develop leaders.
- To continue to support new staff in order to ensure that teaching is at least good.
- To continue with ‘Sports/cross curricular Week’ inviting inspirational, sporting visitors into school to promote a passion for sports/health and well-being.
38 out of 41 pupils in the Y6 cohort can swim competently and confidently over 25 metres and can use a range of strokes. They can also perform safe self-rescue in water based situations.