Primary School

Sports Premium Provision 2013 – 2015

The government initiative to enhance PE provision throughout schools means we receive approximately £8000 a year for the next two years. The purpose of the funding is to up skill teachers so that following the two year initiative all staff will be able to deliver high quality PE confidently across a range of activities. As a cluster of schools we have entered into a contract with the local authority who has tailored a package of support to our requirements. Over the next two years we have regular twilight CPD (continuous professional development) sessions covering various sports/activities and targeted at different phases (i.e. Early Years Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2). In addition the CPD will be followed up by in-school support from specialist coaches. The coaches will work alongside our teachers to further develop their skills and help them put the training into practice. At the end of each half term a festival will be held to enable competition between schools (e.g. Tag Rugby, Netball etc.) or celebration of achievement (e.g. dance, gymnastics). The festivals will act as gateways to clubs so that interests/ talents can be followed outside school and to higher levels.

A summary of our plan for PE development from 2013 – 2015 is shown below:

Physical Education development plan for period October 2013 to July 2015
School priorities:

  1. Develop staff expertise and confidence, particularly in early
    years (fundamental movement skills), gymnastics and dance.
  2. Increase participation in after school activities.
  3. Develop pupils’ understanding of how to lead active, healthy
  4. Provide new strategies to support inactive children.
  5. Increase intra school competitive opportunities.
  6. Establish robust monitoring of teaching in PE.
  7. Develop systems for monitoring of external deliverers eg sports
  8. Update the current PE policy and schemes of work.
  9. Raise the profile of PE within school.
  10. Develop social skills through a Sport Education pilot for Y6 pupils
  11. Promote literacy skills through PE vocabulary wall.
  12. Liaise with feeder secondary school to provide a continuous
    KS2/3 curriculum.
  13. Improve community links including pathways into clubs.


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