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PE and Sport Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

PE & Sport Premium Grant Expenditure

Report to Parents 2014/2015

 

Overview of School

Number of Pupils and PE & School Sport Premium

Total number of pupils on roll

345

Total amount of PE & Sports Premium received

£9,044

Nature of support 2014/2015

 

The funding from the PE & School Sport Premium was been allocated in the following ways:

  • Procurement of Professional Sports Coaching Services
  • Purchase of Equipment
  • Continuing Professional Development for teaching staff
  • Purchase of kit
  • Transport to Events

 

Breakdown of spend of PE & School Sport Premium in 2013/2014

Professional coaches provided for classes in a range of sports (£2,500)

  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Multi-skills
  • Gymnastics
  • Dance
  • Street-dance
  • Archery
  • Martial Arts
  • Rugby

Purchase of Equipment to support following activity: (£1,000)

  • Netball Posts
  • General –hoop; balls; bibs; cones; mats

Contribution to Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) (£5861)

Continuing Professional Development (£1,800)

  • All teachers have participated in CPD provided by Professional Sports Coaches

Participation in inter-school competitions

  • Pupils have taken parts in a range of festivals and tournaments (transport provided) (£1,100)

Impact of PE & School Sport Premium

  • All pupils have benefited from high quality professional sports coaching
  • Increased participation and enthusiasm for sport
  • Improved knowledge, understanding and skills of teachers to teach a widening range of sports
  • Increased quality of provision
  • Increased participation in competitive sporting activity
  • Increased range of sporting opportunities provided to children
  • Increased take up of participation in clubs/activities beyond school

Curriculum focus of PPG spending 2015/2016

  • Procurement of Professional Sports Coaching Services
  • Purchase of Equipment
  • Continuing Professional Development for teaching staff
  • Purchase of kit
  • Transport to Events
  • Further develop links with other sporting organisations

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