PE & Sports Funding
The government provides additional funding for primary schools to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport.
This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – is allocated to primary schools on an annual basis.This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.
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The allocation of PE and sports premium for this financial year 2022/2023 is £16,850
- To ensure that children benefit from high quality Physical Education as part of the school curriculum and that staff benefit from continuing professional development;
- To provide opportunities for competitive school sport for all children who wish to take part;
- To encourage children to take part in School Sports and PE;
- To identify, enthuse and engage with children and families who are less likely to choose sports and exercise as a lifestyle choice;
- To increase the number of children who take part in after-school sports clubs by offering a wider range of activities;
- To work in partnership with other organisations and school to maximise the potential of School Sports and PE;
- To motivate pupils to participate in a range of sporting activities.
- To educate pupils on making positive choices to lead healthy lifestyles
- To develop pupil competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities
- To develop character, life skills and social connections
How we will implement this:
- £8968 Sports Coaches (2 half days per week plus an after-school club)
- £180 Bikeability (Y6)
- £1000 Transport costs for coaches/minibuses to matches and Swimming
- £1000 Equipment
- £1200 Forest School
- £4,600 set aside for additional specialist sports activities and after-school clubs
Intended Impact on pupils’ participation by July 2023:
- 100% of pupils will participate in quality coaching during the school week.
- All pupils will take part in at least one intra-school active competition and over two thirds of KS2 pupils will take part in inter school competitions. A third of EY/KS1 pupils will take part in competitions.
- Two thirds of pupils in Years 1-6 to have taken part in an after school sports club.
- 100% of pupils will take part in physical activity during Outdoor Adventurous Activities and sport themed weeks.
- 100% of pupils will be inspired by more unusual sports which they may not otherwise have the opportunity to access.
- Pupils will receive quality coaching and training in preparation for matches/competitions.
- 100% of pupils will learn about making healthy mental and physical health choices
- Teachers will be improving their skills in teaching PE and especially learning about new sports.
- Children have been exposed to more PE and are more enthusiastic to participate in physical activity.
- School is better resourced to continue teaching the variety of sports introduced.
- Children will be motivated by competition to want to take part in more sports.
- Outdoor Adventurous activities and sporting opportunities will support pupils’ mental and physical health
- Pupils will learn to lead healthy lifestyles in their future lives