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PE and Sport Premium

2016/17

Funding Received

No. eligible pupils 270

Total amount received: £9144  - April & October 2016

Funding rate:

Objectives

Objective

Activity

Cost

Impact

Maintain a high level of pupil participation in competitions, interschool sport and events. (2016/17)

 

To instil a love of sport and physical activity

 

Employment of sports coaches to

  • Lead PE sessions
  • Develop teacher training

 

£2070

Registered for GSSP festivals available to the school. Increased participation and enjoyment of PE.

 

 

 

To ensure pupils can swim when leaving St Mary’s RC in Year 6 (2015/16 & 2016/17)

Children attend 10 week blocks of swimming lessons at local swimming pool to develop confidence.

£470

Children will leave St Mary’s with increased water confidence.

Order new resources (starting with resources which will benefit teaching/learning most and will have most of an impact). (2015/16 & 2016/17)

 

All areas of the P.E curriculum are well resourced. Children are motivated and enjoy P.E. Lunch time clubs are starting to be organised with necessary equipment available.

£5,000

Maintain range and availability of PE equipment so all pupils actively participate in every lesson.

To improve the quality of teaching PE across the school. (2016/17)

Vanessa King (PE Suite) to provide consultancy day and team teach with teachers to help improve their confidence and (201knowledge when teaching P.E.

 

£790

To improve children’s progress/enjoyment in PE. To ensure staff are confident when teaching PE.

To implement a broad and balanced curriculum based on the school ethos and new curriculum (2016/17)

 

Long and short term planning will be provided for all teaching staff.

£1,000

(5 days)

Quality of learning will be improved for the children. Locating high quality planning and resources will be more straightforward for teachers.

Total Spend £9,330

 

 

Impact on pupils’ participation:

All pupils experience 2 high quality, engaging PE sessions each week.

 

The school has been participating in inter-school competitions and has events planned in for the coming year.

 

Impact on pupils’ attainment :

Participation in both curriculum and extra-curricular sports activities has had a positive and noticeable impact on many pupil’s self-esteem and confidence.

 

The pupils are starting to develop an increased resilience in tackling a range of new learning activities as a result of their participation in sporting activities.

 

 

How the school will sustain the improvements:

Continued employment of the sport coach to lead and further develop sports provision across the school.

 

Further development of inter-year group competitions as part of the schools PE programme.

 

Continued coaching of teachers in delivery of high quality PE lessons.

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