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All Saints' CE Federation

Sports Premium

The P.E. and sport premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the P.E. and sport activities they offer their pupils.

 

This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of P.E. and sport in schools.

 

Sports Premium

At All Saints' CE Federation we work hard to provide high quality physical education (PE) lessons and extra-curricular activities.

 

We deliver a wide range of PE to our pupils, with the aim to engage and inspire all of them. Our children participate in dance, gymnastics, swimming, athletics and team games all of which develop the important skills required for further sporting achievement.

Lessons are taught by our school teaching staff and utilise sports coaches linked with the School Sports Partnership.

 

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PE AND SPORT FUNDING

Background

In April 2013 the Government announced new funding of £150 million pounds for PE and sport for schools.

Federation Funding

Infant

 

Year

Income

Expenditure

16/17

£8923

£8923 – play equipment

17/18

£14,190

£3702 – play equipment (16/17)

£125 – primary steps FS1/FS2

£125 – primary steps KS1

 

Carry forward £10,128

18/19

£17,975 + £10,128 Carry forward

(£28,103)

 

 

 

 

Juniors

 

Year

Income

Expenditure

16/17

£9767

£9767 – FIT for FUN coaches

17/18

£15,508

£1750 – sports partnership

£225 – primary steps

£225 – bus to Wolfreton

£9111 – Danby play equipment

 

 

Carry forward £4,197

18/19

£19,739 +

£4197 =

(£23,936)

£1750 – sports partnership

 

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What has All Saints’ CE Federation chosen to spend the money on?

Quick overview

1 – Purchased play and sports equipment for both KS1 and KS2

2 – Acquired appropriate schemes of work and resources for both KS1 and KS2

3 – School Sports Partnership – who offer support, training and events

4 - Specialist PE teachers & qualified coaches

 

What will All Saints’ CE Federation spend the money on for this year?

1 – A new PE kit for all children

2 – Playground Pals hats and tabards for Playground Leaders

3 – Football area for KS2

4 – Improved play/sports area for KS1

5 - A proportion of the budget will be spent on employing specialist PE teachers to work alongside teaching and support staff during lessons. The aim is to help increase their subject knowledge and confidence in delivering PE lessons.

Click here to see ideas of how we would like the infant playground to look and how we will spend the funding

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Other useful information

Ofsted

Inspectors will be assessing and reporting on how effectively the sport funding is being used to improve PE and sport provision within our school.