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PE and Sport Premium

 

The government provides funding to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding.  this funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and will see money going directly to primary school headteachers to spend on fimproving the qualify of sport and PE for their children.

 

Purpose of the funding

Schools will have to spend the funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

 

This means that we should use the premium to:

  • develop or add to the PE and sport activities that school already offers
  • make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

For example, we can use funding to:

  • hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers
  • provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively
  • introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport
  • run sport competitions
  • increase pupils’ participation in the School Games
  • run sports activities with other schools.

 

Our PE money has largely been spent on activities our school cannot cover.

  • Children have accessed (externally): tennis, dance, cricket sessions

  • Children have accessed a full activity packed day at PGL which has provided them with an opportunity to experience activities they would not ordinarily do, ie. climbing walls, etc.

  • External sessions have provided staff the opportunity to develop their own skills

  • To ensure adequate resources for the delivery of a broad PE curriculum,ie purchase of larger PE items, eg. Basketball nets

  • Ability to maintain our current equipment fully – ensuring that children attain the expected level of physical development.

  • We have built a MUGA which is used in all weathers.  This has opened up a whole new experience for our children when the field is unusable.  School does not currently have a hall so this is also an invaluable space for more controlled sporting games, ie. football practice, tennis.

PE FUNDING 2017/18

Amount to be received £8000 (estimated)

 

How will we be spending the Sports funding and who will benefit?

We anticipate spending our PE Sports Grant money on our children accessing additional multi sports competitions which teaches competitive/sporting spirit plus coaching in multiskills. We will also access professional tennis coaching and gymnastics which will help children develop/improve skills with the potential for children to be talent spotted and attend a tennis/gymnastics programme and join a club. 

 

In light of the school having no hall, we had an astro-turf pitch built in Summer 2016 and, due to lack of funds, we are only just now in a position where we are able to process the installation of a fence around the pitch. Our PTFA are also raising money for this and the remainder of PE grant money is ring fenced as our contribution.

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PE Funding 2016/17

Amount received £8,481.00

Amount c/f £8,475.67

TOTAL £16,956.67

 

Sport/activity

Spending

Impact

Cricket in the community-Trent Bridge 12 weeks professional cricket coaching KS2 and afterschool club.

£360

Professional cricket coaching for children; improved skills, member of staff coached alongside provider for long term CPD benefit

Buses-to

 

Tuxford Academy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Caunton Tennis Club

£520

 

Multi sports competition; teams from school attend contest; teaches competitive / sporting spirit plus coaching in multiskills-fitness and agility improved.

 

Professional tennis coaching-improved skills , potential for children to be talent spotted and attend tennis programme and join a club

 

 

New PE equipment

Including prizes for sports day

£161.75

Athletics equipment purchased to allow club to run enabling our pupils to attend an athletics club and use quality equipment to improve learning in school time lessons.

Swimming trophies

£43.72

Children awarded for achievement; motivation

Multi purpose all year round games area; Astroturf TO BE PURCHASED

 

£21,901.00

 

Astroturf laid enabling high quality PE lessons to be provided all year round

TOTAL SPENT

£22,986.47

 

 

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PE FUNDING 2015/16

Amount received £8497

 

Sport/activity

Spending

Impact

Cricket in the community-Trent Bridge 12 weeks professional cricket coaching KS2 and afterschool club.

£150

Professional cricket coaching for children; improved skills, member of staff coached alongside provider for long term CPD benefit

Buses-to Retford Gymnastics club

 

 

Tuxford Academy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Caunton Tennis Club

£1010

Gymnastics-for ks2-not able to be done at school-new skills learnt.

 

Multi sports competition; teams from school attend contest; teaches competitive / sporting spirit plus coaching in multiskills-fitness and agility improved.

 

Professional tennis coaching-improved skills , potential for children to be talent spotted and attend tennis programme and join a club

New PE equipment

£390.33

Athletics equipment purchased to allow club to run enabling our pupils to attend an athletics club and use quality equipment to improve learning in school time lessons.

Urban Sports, Bassetlaw (5 sessions)

£130

Improved skills

Retford Gymastics club

£471

Pupils attend dedicated gymnastics club – unable to do at school-plus 3 members of staff trained in the skills too. (CPD)

Cresswell Craggs visit

£155

Outdoor adventure skills training

Swimming trophies

£108

Children awarded for achievement; motivation

Hathersage; residential

 

 

 

£500

 

 

Contribution to coach for residential outdoor trip; coaching in orienteering, outdoor walking challenges in a countryside environment.

 

TOTAL EXPENDITURE

£2914.33

 

 

Underspend is £5587.67. This along with £2893 from 2014/15 to be c/f to 2016/17 for astroturf pitch. Total c/f for 2016/17 is £8475.67

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PE FUNDING 2014/15

Budget – received £3306 in May and £4961 in November - £8267

 

Activity

Spending £

Impact

Sporting Chance

864.00

Multiskills ; agility and fitness training

PGL Travel (school contribution for Y5/6 trip)

175.00

Outdoor adventurous activities Y 5 and 6 inc orienteering, highwire, climbing, abseiling

PE Equipment purchased

415.00

Footballs, basketballs and tennis equipment to improve lesson quality and provision in school

Cricket in the Community (sessions)

150.00

High quality cricket coaching –teamed with staff who get trained CPD.

Coaches (used for Retford Gym, Caunton Tennis Club)

1885.00

Unable to do these sports at school

Retford Gymnastics Club

1235.00

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Urban Sports (Bassetlaw) – Multiskills sessions

156.00

Multiskills fitness and agility training

Tracey Everett Fox – Dance sessions

100

Dance lessons; staff also to accompany for CPD

Jo Jingles – Dance/Songs for Reception Class

240

Dance and song Reception pupils

Purchase of portable music player for whole school use

154.00

Enabling dance type activities

 

Spending £5374, underspend of £2893 to be put towards Astroturf next year

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PE FUNDING 2013/14

Budget - £8575 but only received £5164 (7/12ths

 

Sporting chance

440

Multiskills and fitness training

PGL Year 5 and 6 one full day

2100

Multiskills, orienteering, climbing and abseiling

PE equipment

1300

Balls , athletics equipment due to rat damage; pupils able to access these sports using high quality resources.

Coaches

1290

To attend REtford gymnastics-something we cannot do at school-co-ordination agility etc, Tuxford Dance festival

Dance training courtesy Tracey Everett Fox

450

High quality dance training KS1

Retford Gymanstics Club

1200

Hire of hall and professional coaches

TOTAL SPEND

6780.00

 

 

Spending £6780; resulting in an overspend of £1616 funded from school budget.

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