The Government gives each primary school "ring-fenced" money to improve Physical Education within their school. We will receive £8,625 this academic year. The money will be used to improve sport provision and participation in our school. Some of this money has been used to provide a designated "Play Leader" at lunchtimes and to purchase equipment to support this role. This has had a dramatic effect on lunchtimes and over a dry week 100% of pupils are actively engaged using the equipment.
The money also enables the school to utilise the services of a qualified coach for P.E. lessons in Years 4, 5 and 6 and to provide free of charge extra-curricular activities for other groups of children.
|PPA||£1,425||Employing specialist PE Teachers/qualified coaches to work alongisde teachers in lessons to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in PE - Year 4 - Year 6|
|Multi-Skills||£1,330||Providing places for pupils in after-school sport clubs - Year R - Year 2|
|Sports Week||£213||Paying external sports coaches to increase pupils' participation in sports|
|CPD||£625||Employing specialist PE Teachers/qualified coaches to work alongisde teachers in lessons to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in PE - Year R - Year 6|
|Intra-School Sports||£350||Paying external sports coaches to run competitions|
|Support Staff||£3,040||Providing training and payment for midday supervisors to continue to engage with pupils and lead with playground games at breaks and lunchtimes|
|BPSSA||£30||Buying into existing local sports networks|
|PE Co-ordinator||£300||Providing cover staff to release tachers for professional development in PE and Sport|
|Support Staff||£300||Employing teaching assistants to attend regular sports tournaments, festivals and competitions for pupils of all ages.|
|YMCA||£500||Providing outdoor and adventurous activities - Year 4 - Year 6|
|School Games Programme||£2300||Participation in School Games programme and Level 2 competition delivery for cluster festivals Year R - Year 6|