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PE and Sports Funding

 

The PE and Sports allocation is funding provided to schools specifically to improve the quality and provision of PE and sports in primary schools. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sports, and will see money going directly to primary school head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sports and PE for all their children.

It is for schools to decide how the PE and Sport funding is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made to enhance the provision for PE in school. Schools are held accountable for how they have used the additional funding.

At Kempshott Infant School we recognise the important contribution PE makes to the health and well-being of all the children. We consider that an outstanding PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of the children.

The information below shows how the funding for 2017-2018 is planned to be spent, the proposed impact of this funding, and the plans for future spending:

 

Allocation received for 2017 – 2018: £17800

 

Allocation of funding:

Qualified sports coaches to continue to work with teachers in PE (games), provided by Sports Xtra. This once again includes the organisation of Sports Day in partnership with the PE coordinator.

Sports coach at lunchtime to run sporting activities with children across the school.

Continue membership of the Basingstoke School Sports Partnership, which will provide materials, support and additional professional development for staff.

Purchasing professional development opportunities and resources through the Hampshire and Basingstoke SSP (specifically dance training).

Providing cover to release teachers for professional development in PE and sport.

Purchasing of new PE resources or equipment e.g. hoops and balls.

To continue to provide after school clubs to encourage all children to participate sport (no cost).

To provide dance workshops and activities for children.

 

Impact of expenditure:

Increased staff confidence and competence in the delivery of PE, games and dance in particular.

Higher standards of PE lessons throughout the school.

Children engaged in PE lessons and motivated to be physically active.

Improvement of core skills in agility, balance and coordination.

Successful Sports Day with a new format and element of competition.

All children have access to and build confidence in sporting activities.

Sharing of good practice amongst schools.

Teachers in all year groups have new plans and assessment with clear path of progression for agility, balance and coordination.

Teachers have time to observe colleagues to ensure good practice is maintained.

Time to provide support to colleagues in teaching P.E and to assess children.

All children have access to good resources. To ensure that sport can be taught effectively and children stay engaged.

All children have access to and build confidence in sporting activities.

All children have access to and build confidence in a range of dance activities.

 

Allocation received for 2016-17 £8870

 

Allocation of funding

Qualified sports coaches to continue to work with teachers in PE (games), provided by Sports Xtra. This once again includes the organisation of Sports Day in partnership with the PE coordinator.
Continue membership of the Basingstoke School Sports Partnership, which will provide materials, support and additional professional development for staff.
Purchasing professional development opportunities and resources through the Basingstoke SSP.
Providing cover to release teachers for professional development in PE and sport.
Purchasing of new PE resources or equipment.
To continue to provide after school clubs to encourage girls to participate sport (no cost)
 

Impact of expenditure

Continued higher standards of PE lessons throughout the school.
Children engaged in PE lessons and motivated to be physically active.
Improvement of core skills in agility, balance and coordination.
Sharing of good practice with staff members.
Teachers in all year groups have new plans and assessment with clear path of progression for agility, balance and coordination.
Successful Sports Day with a new format and element of competition.

 

Allocation for 2015-16 - £8870

 

Allocation of funding

Qualified sports coaches to continue to work with teachers in PE (games), provided by Sports Xtra.
Cover to organise the running of Intra-School competitions.  Some of these will based on topical sporting events such as the Olympics.
Cover to release teacher to continue to take part in three Inter-School competitions a year.
Continue membership of the Basingstoke School Sports Partnership, which will provide materials, support and additional professional development for staff.
Purchasing professional development opportunities and resources through the Basingstoke SSP.
Providing cover to release teachers for professional development in PE and sport.
After school football and multi skills clubs to be provided by qualified sports coaches. (cost to parents)
Purchasing of new PE resources or equipment.
Real PE training.
To continue to provide after school clubs to encourage girls to participate sport (no cost)

Impact of expenditure

Continued improvement in staff confidence and competence in the delivery of PE.
Real PE planning used across the school including assessment.
Improved standards of PE lessons throughout the school.
Children are engaged in PE lessons and motivated to be physically active.
Measurable improvement of skills in agility, balance and coordination using assessment and next steps.
Greater participation of girls in extra curricular sport.
Sharing of best practice with staff members.

 

Allocation received for 2014-15    £8895

 

Allocation of funding

Qualified sports coaches were hired to work with teachers in PE (games), provided by Sports Xtra for CPD. This also included the organisation of Sports Day in partnership with the PE coordinator.
A lunchtime football club was provided for two terms by Learning Through Sport.
Membership of the Basingstoke School Sports Partnership, which has provided materials, support and additional professional development for PE Coordinator.
Real PE programme, which included 3 days of training for 3 teachers, as well as plans and assessment programme for each year group.
Cover to release teacher to take children to KS1 Inter-School competitions run by the Basingstoke School Sports Partnership.

Impact of expenditure

Increased staff confidence and competence in the delivery of PE, games in particular.
Higher standards of PE lessons throughout the school.
Children engaged in PE lessons and motivated to be physically active.
Improvement of core skills in agility, balance and coordination.
Sharing of good practice with staff members.
Teachers in all year groups have new plans and assessment with clear path of progression for agility, balance and coordination.
Successful Sports Day with a new format and element of competition.
Improved confidence of the children who were selected to take part in the Inter-School competitions.
More girls took part in Dancing (Glee) and Gymnastics and Sports after school clubs. More boys also took part in Gymnastics and Glee than previous years.

 

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