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PE and Sport Funding

PE & Sport Funding

In April 2013 the Government announced new funding for PE and Sport.  The funding should be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision.


We are free to determine how best to use this funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport in school.  This can include increasing participation in PE and Sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.


Funding for 2015-16 amounted to £9,025.00



At Cottingley Primary Academy we have:-


  • Allocated funding to pay for external consultants to help us improve the quality of provision (teaching and learning)

  • Allocated funding to pay for external coaches to work with our pupils and run competitions.

  • Allocated funding together with other schools throughout the Authority to the sport network ‘Leeds Active Schools’ who will help us to deliver high quality physical education, sport and physical activity.

  • Employment of local qualified coaches and support staff to provide weekly after school sport on site – football and martial arts.

  • Allocated funding to replace out of date gymnastics equipment.

  • Purchase of quality resources to support staff with the planning and teaching of PE.

  • Contribution towards enabling KS2 pupils to experience team-building sports and outdoor activities on a 3 day residential visit.

  • Contribution towards ‘ACE Club’, a programme of lunchtime activities for a targeted group of pupils.
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Impact Summary 2015-16

Impact Summary of Primary School Sport Funding on Pupil Engagement 2015/6

Actions

Impact

 

PE Specialists to  deliver high quality PE in curriculum time (£3250)

·       All children in KS2 accessed high quality PE sessions in Autumn and Spring Term, developing pupil engagement in sports.

Staff Development in teaching PE in curriculum time in order to improve the quality & consistency of PE provision and develop staff confidence (£1400)

·       Primary Staff attended  PE lessons and observed PE specialist teaching

·       Staff development on developing self-assessment  & differentiation in lessons

·       Staff given self-development tool to analyse quality of lessons

 

·       Moved teaching from RI/ Good to Good/outstanding across school in a variety of disciplines including Gymnastics, Games and Dance delivered by PE Specialist

 

Next Steps in 2016/17

·       Ensure new staff are trained and receive CPD to maintain high quality curriculum PE.

(AT time from class, staff meeting time, possible use of external coach)

A range of clubs offered as Extra-Curricular sports opportunities, employing school sports staff to ensure high quality teaching and access for all. (£5795)

·       Gymnastics (20 children)

·       Martial Arts (15 children)

·       Ballet (15 children)

·       Football (25 children)

·       Ace Club (25 children)

 

·       Support staff upskilling in PE delivery through supporting PE specialists and experienced teachers.

·       Over 100 children in KS1 and 2 accessing extracurricular sports every term.

Places rotated to ensure all children have opportunities.

 

Next Steps in 2016/17

Continue to offer wide range of sports clubs

Link to other providers for taster sessions in new sports (Leeds Uni)

Spare PE kit purchased and maintained so that all children can take part in curriculum time PE every week. (£210)

 

·       All children can always access physical activity safely, improving engagement in lessons. This has completely removed missed learning time from ‘forgotten kit’.

 

Next Steps in 2016/17

Continue to maintain and replace kit where necessary.

Consider purchasing outdoor kit/ footwear to extend access to PE.

Add non-doer active participation resources to drive so that all children are accessing PE in curriculum time. This includes assessment and evaluation opportunities.

 

Enrolment in Active Schools SLA (£1000)

·       Support for PE Lead in developing PE and curriculum.

·       Building links with external clubs including Leeds UTD.

·       Access to inter-schools competitions and events.

Swimming Gala

Rugby

Skipping Festival

 

Next Steps in 2016/17

Attend more competitions to improve children’s access to competitive sports.

Log children attending in register so that the maximum number of children can have opportunities.

Develop intra-schools competition through PE staff training to develop core behaviour skills.


Impact Summary 2016-17

Impact Summary of Primary School Sport Funding on Pupil Engagement 2016/17

Actions

Impact


A range of clubs offered as Extra-Curricular sports opportunities, employing school sports staff to ensure high quality teaching and access for all. (£5795)

  • Gymnastics (20 children from KS2 and 15 KS1)

  • Martial Arts (15 children)

  • Ballet (15 children)

  • Football (25 children)

  • Ace Club (25 children)

  • Kick Boxing Lunch (15 children)


  • Support staff upskilling in PE delivery through supporting PE specialists and experienced teachers.

  • Links to some sports clubs and providers for enhanced extra curricular sports.

  • Over 100 children in KS1 and 2 accessing extracurricular sports every term.

Places rotated to ensure all children have opportunities including SEND children.


Next Steps in 2017/18

Continue to offer wide range of sports clubs


Spare PE kit purchased and maintained so that all children can take part in curriculum time PE every week. (£210)


  • All children can always access physical activity safely, improving engagement in lessons. This has completely removed missed learning time from ‘forgotten kit’.

  • Non-doers are actively engaged in PE through evaluation, coaching and theory work.


Next Steps in 2017/18

                Continue to offer spare kit and reminders to parents who persistently forget.


Enrolment in Active Schools SLA (£1000)

  • Support for PE Lead in developing PE and curriculum.

  • Building links with external clubs including Leeds UTD.

  • Access to inter-schools competitions and events.

Swimming Gala

Rugby

Skipping Festival


Next Steps in 2017/18

Attend more competitions to improve children’s access to competitive sports.

Log children attending in register so that the maximum number of children can have opportunities.

Develop intra-schools competition through PE staff training to develop core behaviour skills.

Access to swimming lessons for Y4  (£4142)

  • 96% of children can swim between 10 and 20 metres unaided in shallow water, using their arms and legs to propel themselves.


Next steps in 2017/18

Continue offering swimming as part of the Curriculum.

More children secure in swimming by the end of July 2018.

Enrichments

  • Every child in KS1 and 2 accessed a new sport

Y1 Jump inc Trampolining

Y2 Rugby League (Leeds Rhinos)

Y3 Rugby League (Leeds Rhinos)

Y4 Rugby League (Leeds Rhinos)

Y5

Y6 Cheerleading (Leeds Rhinos)


Next Steps in 2017/18

             Continue enrichment activities for children to try new sports and develop interests.