Sports Funding

Find out how we have been using and how we plan to use the Primary PE and Sport Funding at our school in 2019 - 20

 

Sports Funding 2019 - 20

We receive £16K + £10 for every Y1 to Y6 pupil. In our budget this year we have £17,040. 

With this funding we have/will:

  • bought into Pendle School Sports Partnership coaching programme to provide the following opportunities to take part in competitive sport:

    • Netball league matches
    • Football league matches
    • KS1 and KS2 Indoor athletics
    • KS1 and KS2 multi-skills events
    • Quads Kids for KS2
    • Small School swimming gala (2019 champions!)
    • Y5 and 6 hockey
    • Y3/4 gymnastics
    • KS1 and KS2 Athletics
    • Y5/6 Tag Rugby
    • Y3/4 Dodgeball
    • KS2 Boccia
    • Cross-country
    • KS2 Cricket
    • KS2 Tri-golf
    • KS2 Tennis
    • KS2 Golf
    • Go Tri-Duathalon 
  • Through Pendle School Sports Partnership we have also organised for the following to take place
    • Bikeability (for Year 6)
    • Training courses for staff 
    • meetings for PE subject leader  
  • bought into 'Sports Cool' to provide the following opportunities
    • after-school clubs (running for 6 weeks): infant football, Zumba; Tri-golf; Dodgeball,  Olympics, Streetdance; Year 3 and 4 football (running all year)
    • Golden time activities: Kurling, Orienteering
    • Lunchtime sporting activities - variety of sporting activities to keep our children fit, active and healthy, competitive and non-competitive. 
    • Activities such as orienteering during Golden Time sessions. 
  • paid for a professional cricket coach (former professional player) through Lancashire Cricket club to provide coaching in curriculum time and in an after-school club for KS1 and KS2 children.
  • Provide CPD for the PE subject leader (and appropriate supply cover)
  • Provide release time for the PE subject leader who is also leading on managing sports funding and spending it appropriately.
  • Teacher assistant additional time: helping to run an after-school netball club; resource management and attend sporting events in school and after school
  • Providing transport to sporting events
  • Providing sports sessions for winning 'house point' team (half-term winners)

This is in addition to activities we already provide, including:

  • Two PE sessions for each child per week
  • Year 3 receives a weekly swimming lesson for one half-term
  • A full week residential outdoor activity weekend at Winmarleigh for our Year 6 pupils
  • Annual sports day
  • Year 5 and 6 Football and netball after-school clubs (free – run by parents and staff);
  • Football friendly competitions (home and away matches)

  

Planned breakdown of Sports funding for 2019 - 20

   

Sports Funding 2018 - 19

We receive £16K + £10 for every Y1 to Y6 pupil. In our budget we had £17,050. 

With this funding we:

  • bought into Pendle School Sports Partnership coaching programme to provide the following opportunities:

    • Netball league matches
    • Football league matches
    • Reception cycling
    • KS1 and KS2 Indoor athletics
    • KS1 and KS2 multi-skills events
    • Quads Kids for KS2
    • Small School swimming gala (2019 champions!)
    • Bikeability (for Year 6) 
  • bought into 'Sports Cool' to provide the following opportunities
    • after-school clubs: KS2 athletics; Zumba; Tri-golf; Hockey; Olympics; Streetdance; Year 3 and 4 football
    • Golden time activities: Kurling, Orienteering
    • Lunchtime sporting activities - variety of sporting activities to keep our children fit, active and healthy, competitive and non-competitive. 
    • 8am sports club (on Thursday) – up to 20 children attended without charge (autumn 2 half term)
  • paid for a professional cricket coach (former professional player) through Lancashire Cricket club to provide coaching in curriculum time and in an after-school club for KS1 and KS2 children.
  • provided cycling provision for Reception/KS1 (curriculum time);
  • provided cricket teaching for KS1 (curriculum time); 
  • Purchased PE resources
  • Provided CPD for the PE subject leader (and appropriate supply cover)
  • Provided CPD for KS2 teachers on the new Lancashire KS2 PE scheme of work
  • Provided release time for the PE subject leader who is also leading on managing sports funding and spending it appropriately.
  • Teacher assistant additional time: helping to run an after-school netball club; resource management
  • Providing transport to sporting events
  • Provided sports sessions for winning 'house point' team (half-term winners)
  • Bought staff sports tracksuits with out school logo for all teachers (for use in PE and external events)
  • provided exciting sporting opportunities for all our children in curriculum time. These include the visit of a professional athlete and a 'Fitness Evolution Day'

PLANNED PURCHASES (early autumn term)

  • 10 balance bikes for Reception class + storage
  • 3 ipads for staff for PE assessment
  • PE assessment app

This is in addition to activities we already provide, including:

  • Two PE sessions for each child per week
  • Year 3 receives a weekly swimming lesson for one half-term
  • A full week residential outdoor activity weekend at Winmarleigh for our Year 6 pupils
  • Annual sports day
  • Year 5 and 6 Football and netball after-school clubs (free – run by parents and staff);
  • Football friendly competitions (home and away matches)

Full breakdown of Sports funding for 2018 - 19

    

EVALUATION OF 2018 -19 FUNDING

Please have a look at how successfully we used our Sports' Funding last year. We feel it has given us the opportunity to allow the children to experience new types of sporting activities which have proved very popular. In addition, the specialist coaching has allowed our children to develop their skills in particular sports including football and netball. In 2018  - 19 I am delighted to say that we came 2nd  in both Netball and Football. We were also winners of the small school's swimming gala - a great achievement!

    

    

   

Swimming

There are currently 18 pupils in Year 6. The children had swimming lessons in Y3.

The number of pupils who can:

objective number of pupils percentage of pupils
swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres 17 94%
use a range of strokes effectively 17 94%
perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations 17 94%