PE Funding

Aims and Rationale for PE funding

 

  • To ensure facilities and equipment are sufficient and are adequate to enable ALL pupils to engage fully in all PE lessons.
  • To support and develop staff PE knowledge when planning and assessing.
  • To encourage members of staff to promote extra-curricular clubs to increase participation levels, building interest and vital links into the community promoting clubs and supporting these children to develop further their interest and skills.
  • To provide opportunities to try new activities such as climbing wall, ultimate Frisbee and multi sports.
  • To educate children and families about the importance of getting active and about the potential health risks associated with a sedentary lifestyle.
  • To train children to become play leaders and young ambassadors in order that they help to build children’s confidence and engage with other children and self-esteem.

  

 PE/SPORTS premium  spent on

 Fund allocated

 Intended Impact

 Actual Impact

 Staff CPD to create a  professional legacy

 Specialist PE teacher  support £2700

 LDP £855.55

 PE lessons become  more focused and  enable children to  make paid and    sustained progress in  PE.

 

 Teachers more  confident and  children making rapid  progress.

 Festivals and central  venue league

 £476

 A wide number of  children take part in  sport with peers  across the learning  community.

 

 A wide number of  children take part in  sport with peers  across the learning  community.

 Specialist PE  instructing

 

 

 £375 

 All children can access  high level learning in  PE lessons.

 All children can access  high level learning in  PE lessons.

 PE Equipment

 

 

 

 £643.45

 All children can access  high level learning in  PE lessons.

 All children can access  high level learning in  PE lessons.