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Welcome back to the Autumn term! Our first sharing assembly for this half term will take place on Monday 18th September, 3pm in the Village Hall. Everyone welcome!

PE Premium

The government provides funding 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 allocated to all primary schools. providing a dedicated resource to increase PE and school sport provision in their schools.

 

This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools. It was initially announced this funding would run for two academic years 2013-2014 and 2014-2015.

 

The Chancellor of the Exchequer's Autumn statement revealed that the Sport Premium will now be extended into the academic year 2015/2016, having originally only been guaranteed for two years. The funding is allocated directly to primary schools, providing them with dedicated resource to increase PE and school sport provision in their schools, and was due to end in Summer 2015.
As a school we receive £8000 plus £5 per pupil.

 

 

PE Premium Funding Overview

Academic Year                             School lump sum                     Per pupil       Total Allocation
2013-2014                                             £8,000                                  £5                     £8,250
2014-2015                                             £8,000                                  £5                     £8,245
2015-2016                                             £8,000                                  £5                     £8,255

 

PE Premium Principles

  • The money will directly impact on the quality of teaching and learning in PE lessons and broaden the range of school sport opportunities for pupils.
     
  • The focus of all funded improvements will be sustainability.
     
  • Funding will be directed towards the professional development of teaching and support staff to develop their ability to deliver high quality PE and school sport.
     
  • Through team teaching with specialist PE teachers and coaches alongside staff training sessions, and the gaining of recognised coaching qualifications, staff will improve their subject knowledge and ability to deliver high quality PE and school sport.
     
  • The ongoing upskilling of staff will contribute to ensuring improvements are sustainable.
     
  • Funding will be targeted to ensure provision for all learners provides appropriate levels of challenge and support through clubs, competition and extended sports provision.
     
  • Funding will also be targeted at ensuring facilities and resources are of the highest possible quality encouraging the widest range of possible opportunities e.g. enough equipment to ensure active participation from all pupil throughout all aspects of a PE lesson, together with equipment to provide opportunities to take part in non-traditional school sports e.g. tchoukball and table tennis.  By investing in high quality equipment and facilities with long term guarantees opportunities will be sustainable.
     
  • Funding will be targeted to ensure the rurality of our school location does not negatively impact on the opportunities for our pupils.  It will also be used to ensure equality of opportunity in relation to attendance at wider sporting opportunities.
     
  • Funding will facilitate the development of the leadership of PE across our school.  This will ensure that leadership is strong enough for continued improvement beyond the years of funding.

 

Activity/Area

Cost

Impact

James Finch – professional coaching and staff support in invasion games. 15 weeks coaching for all three classes with staff observing and participating in lessons.

£1050

Improved staff confidence in delivering this aspect of curriculum. High quality delivery of this curriculum area.

Harrogate School Sports Partnership

 

£1100 –

Access to partnership events and competitions. Equipment loan. Staff training and support. Network meetings. See membership information for further information.

‘Sporting Influence’ bespoke professional development programme for Dance

staff development sessions

X6 half days leading practitioner to team teach with all staff in area for development

Development of set of primary planning resources for specific area

£780

Improved staff confidence in delivering this aspect of curriculum. High quality delivery of this curriculum area.

 

Prompt resources for staff to refer to in future.

 

Dance showcase for parents – opportunity for all children to perform to parents and community.

‘Sporting Influence’ bespoke professional development programme for Gymnastics

staff development sessions

X8 half days leading practitioner to team teach with all staff in area for development

Development of set of primary planning resources for specific area

£1080

Improved staff confidence in delivering this aspect of curriculum. High quality delivery of this curriculum area.

 

Prompt resources for staff to refer to in future.

 

Intra school (by house) key steps competition.

Inter school competition.

‘Sporting Influence’ bespoke professional development programme for striking & fielding games and athletics

staff development sessions

X12 half days leading practitioner to team teach with all staff in area for development

Development of set of primary planning resources for specific area

£1200

Improved staff confidence in delivering this aspect of curriculum. High quality delivery of this curriculum area.

 

Prompt resources for staff to refer to in future.

 

Year 5&6 compete inter school competition (7 other local schools).

All children take part intra school striking and fielding games.

All children to take part inter school athletics

KS1&2 pupil take part in inter school athletics

Archery equipment

£800

Opportunity to experience physical activity other than traditional sports during playtime and lunchtime and for use in relation to OAA curriculum.

Refresh of key PE resources to increase quality and quantity of equipment

£200

Increased levels of participation during lessons as a result of having individual equipment for all participating

Netball club – half term netball club after school.

£200

New opportunity for pupils. High quality coaching.

Playtime equipment including skipping ropes, balls

£100

Increased physical activity at playtime.

Transport to cricket competition – summer 2015

£80

Enable completion with other children beyond own school.

Transport to inter school gymnastics competition summer 2015

£80

Transport to inter school athletics competition with Spofforth.

£80

Swimming contribution towards additional teacher create smaller groups sizes without extra cost via parent contributions.

£150

Smaller classes more personalised instruction.

Release time & course fee for staff members in KS1 and KS2 to attend KS related PE training.

£500

Improved understanding of physical literacy and how to deliver high quality PE lessons.

PE training as part of NQT conference contribution to overall conference cost.

£100

Improved understanding of physical literacy and how to deliver high quality PE lessons.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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