PE and Sports Funding

Warkworth C of E Primary School Sports Premium Information 2016-17

 

PE expenditure aims to ensure sustainability through:

  • staff training for our PE link teacher – HLTA qualification, teaching opportunities and shadowing experienced staff

  • ensuring staff attend Partnership planning meetings

  • Sports Crew who are trained and confident to lead activities with their peers and younger children

  • Employing specialist coaches who work alongside teaching staff

 

The Government is providing £150 million per year, directly to schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The funding is ring-fenced and can be spent only on PE and sport provision in schools. Each school receives a lump sum of £8000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil for those children in Years 1-4. At Warkworth C of E Primary School we received £9,210 in 2016-17.

 

Sports Premium Expenditure in 2016 - 17

Expenditure

Amount

Joining the Ashington and Coquet School Sport Partnership

£2,250

Primary membership of Youth Sport Trust

£250

Transport to competitions and festivals

£1,570

Purchasing PE equipment

£500

Provision of coaching: Match Fit Programme, Rugby, tennis and cricket

£520

Swimming lessons for all pupils

£4,200

TOTAL

£9,290

 

Sports Premium Expenditure and Impact in 2015-16

Expenditure

Amount

Employing a specialist teacher of PE to work in our school

£4,080

Joining the Ashington and Coquet School Sport Partnership

£2,000

Primary membership of Youth Sport Trust

£250

Transport to competitions and festivals

£1,520

Purchasing PE equipment

£200

Provision of coaching: Match Fit Programme, Rugby, tennis and cricket

£620

Swimming lessons (Reception, Year 3 and 4 pupils)

£540

TOTAL

£9,210

 

High Quality Physical Education for All

 

Use of Funding

The impact on Pupils

To improve the confidence of staff in using core tasks to deliver the new primary PE National Curriculum.

All pupils will access a broad, balanced curriculum which is focussed on developing physical literacy

To develop staff confidence and subject knowledge through provision of Inclusion CPD

More confident and competent staff

Enhanced, inclusive curriculum provision

To support class teachers with planning and delivering high quality lessons and schemes of work.

Children will have improved physical skills in games, gymnastics, dance and athletics.

More confident and competent staff

Enhanced quality of teaching and learning

Targeted pupils enjoyment and increased physical activity

To develop leadership skills in our older pupils with School sports reps, PE equipment purchased and Sports Crew leaders.

 

Leaders report increased confidence and improved organisational and communication skills.

To use PE and school sport to contribute to whole school improvement.

More children will choose to adopt a healthy, active lifestyle.

To provide safe, varied and innovative equipment to support all children’s learning in a wide range of activities.

More children will have improved physical skills in games, gymnastics, dance and athletics

To continue and support our Forest School provision

A more inclusive curriculum which inspires and engages all pupils, develops resilience, problem solving and team work.

 

Competitive School Sport

Use of Funding

The impact on Pupils

To enable pupils to compete against other schools

More children are part of successful competitive teams in years 2,3 and 4

 

To provide talented pupils with coaching, gymnastics, football and netball

Access to inter school competitions

 

To provide extra-curricular coaching - football, netball

Increased staffing capacity

More children are engaged in competition

To develop intra-school competition

More children are engaged in competition in all years

 

 

Healthy, Active Lifestyles

Use of Funding

The impact on Pupils

To provide access to a range of non-competitive festivals

More children report higher levels of enjoyment of physical activity.

Children display positive attitudes to health and well-being

To support the running of a Change4Life sports club.

Less active pupils will report higher levels of confidence, motivation, self-esteem and enjoyment in physical activity.

To sign post to coaching from local sports clubs / coaches-  football, cricket, netball and running

Improved school-club links

 

To increase after school sport provision

Improved pupils' attitudes to PE and school sport

To provide OAA activities - forest school, orienteering, archery, climbing

Children have increased self-esteem and team work skills.