PE & Sports Premium
During the period, April 2016 to March 2017, the school received a total allocation of £8220. It is intended that this funding will be used in the following areas:
- Provide high quality subsidised after school sports clubs
- Provide free to all lunch time sports clubs
- Deliver targeted professional development opportunities ina range of 'WOW' sports
- Improve the opportunities for children to take part in competitive sports
- Provide improved equipment for sports lessons, playtimes and after school clubs
During the period, April 2015 to March 2016, the school received a total allocation of £8260. This funding has predominantly been targeted to ensure that high quality physical education and school sport contributes to a range of outcomes for our children:
Ensure that high quality PE and sport is sustainable at All Saints by:
- engaging the services of an Olympic athlete to deliver curriculum coverage
- providing weekly Professional Development for both teaching and non-teaching staff, including after-school club assistant.
- purchasing relevant PE resources to ensure that the current level of curriculum provision can be sustained in years to come
Develop children’s enthusiasm for sporting activities by:
- Supporting reduced rates for after school sports clubs throughout the year
- Fully funding a street dance club to facilitate a group of KS2 children performing at a local theatre
- Fully funding a Maypole & Country dancing club to facilitate children performing at community events
- Providing opportunities for children to take part in sports festivals and competitions with schools in our local cluster
- Providing good quality playground equipment for the children.
Increase physical literacy while supporting children’s physical development by:
- developing staff skills in planning and delivering high quality PE & Sport
- ensuring that children are effectively assessed
- ensuring progress in skills is tracked
- increasing level of participation in after school sport activities
This has resulted in:
- Increased levels of skill and commitment to a healthy lifestyle being clearly demonstrated by pupils.
- Over 75% of our pupils now regularly access an after school sport activity each week
- The overwhelming majority of children are physically active for the entirety of lunch and playtimes.
- Well-planned PE lessons that challenge the children to develop their levels of fitness and participation.
- Significantly improved levels of physical development in EYFS with 70% of children achieving the Early Learning Goal for Physical Development by the end of the spring term.
- Significantly improved levels of physical development on entry to Reception can be seen in children who access our Busy Bees nursery.