Primary PE and Sport Funding 2015-16

Primary PE and Sport Funding

The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 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

West View Primary School will be awarded £9,380  for their PE & Sports Grant for the period September 2015 to August 2016.

How we will spend the money this year:


How the money was spent



Amount



Impact & Sustainability



Employ a specialist gymnastics coach



£600



Pupils from KS1 and KS2 received specialist coaching in gymnastics during the Autumn term. The sessions aimed to develop pupil’s agility, balance and coordination. Sessions continued in Spring 1 with the aim of developing our school-club links. One pupil has now joined East Durham Gymnastics Club as a result of the coaching.



Cluster PE and School Sport Co-ordinator



£1500



Provide our pupils the opportunity to compete in regular inter school competition. The competition calendar includes opportunities for SEN pupils.  By taking part in school games competitions we will raise the profile of PE and School in school and the wider community.



Specialist Sports Coach



£4475



50% of our KS2 pupils will be developing their skills in a range an extra- curricular sports clubs throughout the academic year. This includes our G&T pupils and children who are less active.



Purchased sports Kit for our new Competitive Sports Programme



£820



The new sports kit will ensure pupils feel more confident and to give a sense of belonging to the Competitive Sport Programme. As a result we hope the see attendance increase as well as raising the profile of PE and School Sport.



HBC Sports Development Orienteering Event



£110



The event gave our Y4 pupils the opportunity to try new activities as well as enhancing their existing skills in a diverse environment. The pupils gained confidence from working as part of a team to complete the tasks.



Purchased High Quality Equipment



£1550



The equipment will be used to develop pupil assessment throughout school. As a result we will have a set of data that can be used to identify and target specific intervention programmes as required.



 



 



Skipping Festival and Teacher Training



 



 £275



 



All our Y4 pupils accessed skipping coaching. 30 pupils were then selected to take part in a skipping festival. The children practiced their skills during break and lunchtimes raising physical activity levels amongst the children. 



 



Tees Valley Sport Junior Champions Programme



 



£50


 



A Y6 pupil accessed 5 sessions at Teesside University over the course of the year. The aim of the programme was to develop participant understanding of what is required to become an elite athlete.


Total amount spent: £9,380

 

 

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