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PE Sport funding

What is PE Sport Funding?

In April 2013, the Government announced additional funding for physical education (PE) and sport in schools.

Purpose of Funding (taken from DfE website) Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer. This means that you should use the premium to: 

Develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers.

Make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

The PE and sport funding allocated to Idle CE (A) Primary School from 1st September 2020 for the academic year 2020- 2021 is £18770.

For further details regarding the grant please click into this link: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pe-and-sport-premium-for-primary-schools

How we intend to spend the money:

Supplier/Person responsible

Detail

Net cost

JB Sports (UK)

 

 

Gym Coach

Sports Coaching for 2020 / 21 academic year - Specialised PE teaching for 1 session per week for Years 3-6 - Support for Teachers & Teaching Assistants to enable them to improve their subject knowledge and their skills.

School Sports Day for R – Year 6 –in delivering PE

Specialised gymnastics coach across Year 2.

£13000

 

 

£1650

Sports Leader

TLR2 to be paid to The Sports & PE Leader to lead the curriculum, the after school sports clubs and Sports competitions across the whole school.

£1200

Sports Leader

School Games Mark - Award

£100

Sports Leader

Stock, resources & equipment purchase  - postponed due to Covid 19

£500

Marley football tournament

2 team entries @ £50 per team  - postponed due to Covid 19

£100

Travel

To and from sports competitions  - postponed due to Covid 19

£400

Deputy Head teacher 

  • Assisted places enabling vulnerable pupils to attend school clubs – targeted pupils from pastoral meetings.

£500

Teachers’ timetables

  • Increased quality for the teaching of PE through half class lessons

£1500

Forest school practitioner

  • Development of ‘Forest Schools’ outdoor education activities across KS1
  •  

£250

Residential settings

  • Extended number of outdoor education residential visits for all KS2 classes – postponed due to Covid 19

tbc

Bradford council swimming instructors

  • Enabling a majority of our Y4 pupils to achieve their personal survival swimming award – postponed due to Covid 19
  •  

tbc

Bradford council  / TA

  • Cycling Proficiency TA support for Y5 pupils
  • Bikeability TA support for Y6 pupils

tbc

What is its impact on learning and social development?


The impact of the additional PE and Sport funding is measured at the end of the academic year in relation to pupils:

  • Increased capacity for clubs/ activities in school
  • Specialised curriculum teaching in KS2
  • Additional lunchtime and after school sports opportunities for Years 1-6
  • Extended number of outdoor education residential visits for all KS2 classes
  • Development of ‘Forest Schools’ outdoor education activities across KS1
  • Increased number of inter-school sports competitions
  • Development of girls’ football in KS2
  • Enable more pupils to attend competitions in a variety of sports
  • Increased participation and enjoyment of clubs in school
  • Increased performance levels in PE and sport
  • Pupils introduced to a wide variety of sports and activities through teaching and clubs
  • Positive engagement in clubs within school
  • Attendance at school improved
  • Healthy life-styles for all
  • Increased attendance at clubs for the most vulnerable.

Swimming

At Idle CE (A) Primary School, we currently teach swimming in Year 4. All of the children get the opportunity to go swimming and we aim for as many and possible to reach the Nationally Expected Level. The number of children in Year 6 who have met the standards are as follows:

Swimming ability of current Year 6 cohort

 

  • Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

95%

  • Use a range of strokes effectively 

 

57%

  • Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

 

43%