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Primary Sports Funding

 

The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013-2014, 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 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 – is being allocated to primary school head teachers. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

 

At St Lawrence we have developed an action plan in order to continue to improve PE provision and raise achievement for all pupils in sport.

 

Our priorities mean that the funding will:

  • Develop staff expertise in teaching in sports skills through providing additional training and professional development and covering classes to enable teachers to do this.
  • Continue to provide quality coaches for teaching some PE lessons across the school.
  • Increase participation in sports matches and tournaments through links with local schools.
  • Provide resources to enable high quality teaching of sport.
  • Provide opportunities to participate in alternative sports to inspire healthy choices for all pupils.

 

 

At St Lawrence school we have always been committed to providing children with excellent sporting provision, with the added funding, we aim to build on this further, ensuring that each child experiences the benefits.

 

2016-2017

How much do we get?

For 2016-2017, we have received £8890

 

How is it spent?

 

Initiative

 

Cost
 

Expected outcome

Impact

Measured through termly monitoring

Fundamental skills and alternative sports.

£2229.21

Increased basic skill development. Readiness for competitive sport.

 

Increase in children taking part in extra curricular sports.

Raised skill level assessed through scheme based system.

 

 

Competition programme (including netball, football, hockey, indoor & outdoor athletics, kwik cricket, tag rugby, tennis, rounders, tri-golf, swimming.)

 

£3863.10

More of our children participating in competitive/friendly events. Increased range of competitions on offer.

Increased understanding of winning and losing. Increased participation.

Knowledge of the role of fair play and sportsmanship. Opportunities to develop skills in new sports.

 

Resources to enable high quality sports teaching

£1044.51

Increased access to a range of  outdoor athletics and play equipment.

Greater access leading to increased skill.

 

TBA

 

£1753.18    


 

 

2015-2016

How much do we get?

For 2015-2016, we have received £8915

 

How is it spent?

 

Initiative

 

Cost
 

Expected outcome

Impact

Measured through termly monitoring

Fundamental skills and alternative sports.

£1530.79

Increased basic skill development. Readiness for competitive sport.

 

Increase in children taking part in extra curricular sports.

Raised skill level assessed through scheme based system.

 

 

Competition programme (including netball, football, hockey, indoor & outdoor athletics, kwik cricket, tag rugby, tennis, rounders, tri-golf, swimming.)

 

£1303.28

More of our children participating in competitive/friendly events. Increased range of competitions on offer.

Increased understanding of winning and losing. Increased participation.

Knowledge of the role of fair play and sportsmanship. Opportunities to develop skills in new sports.

 

Resources to enable high quality sports teaching

£6080.93

Increased access to a range of  outdoor athletics and play equipment.

Greater access leading to increased skill.

 

2014-2015

How much do we get?

Each school receives £8000, plus £5 per pupil on role in January 2014. This is allocated in two payments in September 2014 and April 2015. For 2014-2015, we received in total £8955

 

How is it spent?

 

Initiative

 

Cost
 

Expected outcome

Impact

Measured through termly monitoring

Fundamental skills and alternative sports.

£2233.00

Increased basic skill development. Readiness for competitive sport.

 

Increase in children taking part in extra curricular sports.

Raised skill level assessed through scheme based system.

 

 

Competition programme (including netball, football, hockey, indoor & outdoor athletics, kwik cricket, tag rugby, tennis, rounders, tri-golf, swimming.)

 

£4278.78

More of our children participating in competitive/friendly events. Increased range of competitions on offer.

Increased understanding of winning and losing. Increased participation.

Knowledge of the role of fair play and sportsmanship. Opportunities to develop skills in new sports.

 

Resources to enable high quality sports teaching
 

£1688.22

Increased access to a range of permanent sports equipment including gymnastics equipment and outdoor athletics equipment.

Greater access leading to increased skill. Increased number of children signposted to clubs out of school to develop skills further.

 

PE Scheme of Work/Teacher Training

 

£755.00

 

All teaching staff equipped to deliver a high quality PE programme.

Increased breadth in curriculum.

Better teaching leading to greater progress by pupils across all areas of PE.
 
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