PE & Sports Grant


 

PE and Sports Grant Spending 2015-2016

 

Cohort/ Target Grp

How/why identified

 Project

Organisation/ Timescale/CPD

Cost

Impact/ Next Steps

Yrs 1/2/3/4

The need to increase our allotted swimming time was identified as a necessity. Previous we have only swam for one term, but this allowed us to book all three terms, with yrs ¾ going for 2 terms and yrs ½ going for a term. Living in a village with a canal, and not many children being able to swim, it was our number 1 priority

Swimming lessons all year

 

£1,700

Children are progressing further with their swimming skills due to having more time to develop the skill.

1/2/3/4

The children have enjoyed cricket coaching in the summer term for the last few years. The funding has now gone and we decided to fund this as the children enjoyed it so much

Cricket coaching

2 hours a week

£500

The children have requested that we have cricket coaching again as they have enjoyed the sessions so much. Staff have commented on the improvement in the children’s skills. Some of our children have chosen to join local cricket clubs as a result of this spending.

1/2/3/4

The children asked if they could have an after school cricket club. We organised the cricket coach to hold this on the day he leads the class lessons

After School coaching

1 hour a week

£250

The children have requested that we have cricket coaching again as they have enjoyed the sessions so much. Staff have commented on the improvement in the children’s skills. Some of our children have chosen to joint local cricket clubs as a result of this spending.

R/1/2/3/4

The need to replenish small PE equipment due to general wear and tear

PE equipment

 

£600

Full sets of equipment enable the lessons to be developed more effectively, consequently the teaching and learning has improved.

R/1/2/3/4

The need to replenish lunch time outdoor play equipment

Play equipment

 

£600

The children have a more varied range of play equipment and are enjoying their playtimes.

R/1/2/3/4

In a staff meeting, internet safety outside of school amongst our most vulnerable pupils was discussed.

 

The ICT teacher attended an e-safety  course and a member of the E-Safety/ safeguarding team delivered a staff meeting

£400

The ICT teacher came back with excellent knowledge and delivered two presentations to parents following our E-safety day in school. The PP children’s parents were invited, but didn’t attend, but feedback form the PP children we wished to target was positive and they said they felt safer using the internet, and knowing what to do to keep safe.

R/1/2/3/4

The need to develop dance through a workshop was seen as a need, linked to world book day.

African dance workshop

1 day

£500

Awaiting impact

R/1/2/3/4

We are hoping to attain the outdoor learning mark and following an audit, need to increase our outdoor learning opportunities

Outdoor equipment

Shelter building materials, tents, football targets, crickets targets

 

£3,000

Awaiting impact

R/1/2/3/4

In order to peer assess and improve our PE , mainly focusing on dance and gymnastics at present, purchase of Ipads to record work

Ipads

 

£6,500

Awaiting impact

 

 

 

Total spend

£14,050

 This is a larger amount than our allotted budget, but includes  a carry forward of sports funds from the previous year

                                                                                                                                                                               

 

M. Clarey March 2014