PE and School Sport Funding

PE and School Sport Funding

PE Curriculum

A wide range of activities are delivered in school which aim to engage and inspire all children. We are also committed to ensure that all children receive at least 2 hours per week of high quality well-planned PE. Over the year each child will participate in games, athletics, dance and gymnastics lessons. 

Our aim is that all children leave our school at the end of Year 6 able to swim 25 metres. The Wider Curriculum PE and sport has a high profile in our school and permeates many aspects of school life.

Throughout the year we hold theme weeks such as The Olympics or Healthy week where children participate in a wide range of activities and have a ‘taster’ session of a sport or activity that otherwise they may never have tried. We also offer extra opportunities for sporting activities.

During our residential visits, children are given the opportunity to participate in many different activities which may include orienteering, assault courses, gauge scrambling and kayaking. In the summer term we also hold our annual Sports Day in which we encourage participation of all children in the form of organised competitive races.

Sustainability

Sustainability will come about through ensuring long term access to resources and facilities that encourage participation, such as the development of PE skills, as well as access to high quality facilities in the school grounds, such as the recently installed ‘Trim Trail’.  Sports Premium funding will always be targeted in part towards high quality staff training to ensure the delivery of the curriculum leads to the best outcomes for the children over time.  This will address in the short and longer-term staff changes and training needs.

PE and sport premium allocation at St Thomas’

Allocations of funding are calculated using the number of pupils in Years 1 to 6, recorded in the January census, as follows

  •          Schools with 17 or more pupils receive £8000 plus £5 per pupil
  •          Schools with 16 or fewer pupils receive £500 per pupil

Funding is allocated in October and April each year.

 

 

PE and sport premium spending at St Thomas’

 

2015-16

2016-17

Sports Premium Funding £9050

Total Expenditure £4800

Carry Forward £0

Sports Premium Funding £9050

Total Expenditure £13,300

Carry Forward £0

Objective 1: To ensure the quality of PE teaching is at least ‘good’ across the school.

 

Support delivery of high quality opportunities in PE using ‘Real PE’ Scheme of Work

£1300

Monitor the quality of teaching in KS1 and KS2

£300

Total £1600

Support delivery of high quality opportunities in PE using ‘Real PE’ Scheme of Work including Real PE SLA 

£1900

Monitor the quality of teaching in KS1 and KS2

£300

Report outcomes to Governing Body.

£200

To provide consultant support for staff and coordinators to monitor and improve outcomes in PE teaching and learning

£1000

Total £3400

Objective 2: To increase pupils’ participation in the School Games and experiences.

 

Questionnaires given to children regarding after-school clubs and activity days.

£100

Subsidise the cost of identified after-school clubs.

£1000

Arrange school activity days.

£1000

Total Expenditure £2100

Questionnaires given to children regarding activity days.

£100

Arrange school activity days.

£1100

Provide equipment for playtimes.

£1000

Provide Play Leader Training and supervision

£1170

To support participation in the Forest Schools programme for Reception and Y1

£4000

Record feedback from school community and other evidence sources.

£100

Report outcomes to Governing Body.

£200

Review, compare and contrast outcomes from 2015/2016

£200

Total Expenditure £7870

Objective 3: To maintain the number of children participating in inter-school competition.

 

Collaborate with local schools to develop inter-school competitions.

£900

Host our own competition for cluster schools.

£200

Total Expenditure £1100

Collaborate with local schools to develop inter-school competitions.

£1500

Host our own competition for cluster schools.

£400

Report outcomes to Governing Body.

£200

Total Expenditure £2100

Objective 4: To fund a capital project leading to enhanced provision for exercise and activity in the school grounds

To work alongside the PTA to fund a Golden Mile track or similar

To work alongside the PTA to fund a Golden Mile track or similar

£4000 (School commitment: 50% of total project)

 

 

 

PE and sport premium spending at St Thomas’

 

2015-16 Impact

Objective 1: To ensure the quality of PE teaching is at least ‘good’ across the school.

 

Support delivery of high quality opportunities in PE using ‘Real PE’ Scheme of Work

£1300

Monitor the quality of teaching in KS1 and KS2

£300

Total £1600

Equipment to support delivery of the curriculum renewed as required.

CPD for Coordinator

Lesson observations, support with planning and delivery of lessons by coordinator lead to improvement in quality of teaching.

Objective 2: To increase pupils’ participation in the School Games and experiences.

 

Questionnaires given to children regarding after-school clubs and activity days.

£100

Subsidise the cost of identified after-school clubs.

£1000

Arrange school activity days.

£1000

Total Expenditure £2100

Changes and amendments made in provision of after school clubs

Increase of 26% in attendance in sports after school clubs

Activity days:

  •          Skipping
  •          Adrian Derbyshire visit
  •          Fencing
  •          Judo

Objective 3: To maintain the number of children participating in inter-school competition.

 

Collaborate with local schools to develop inter-school competitions.

£900

Host our own competition for cluster schools.

£200

Total Expenditure £1100

100% participation in inter school events from Y1-Y6

More able/ talented children attended cluster event

  •          Y6 Sports Hall Athletics
  •          Y5 Multi Sports Event
  •          Y4 Swimming gala
  •          Y3 Sports Hall Athletics
  •          Y2 Sports festival event
  •          Y1 Sports Hall Athletics

Objective 4: To fund a capital project leading to enhanced provision for exercise and activity in the school grounds

To work alongside the PTA to fund a Golden Mile track or similar

Carry forward ring fenced for capital project