|Priorities & Expenditure Report 2019 – 2020|
|Total Amount of Physical Education & Sports Grant||£18580|
|Purpose of the Funding|
|In March 2013 the government announced that it was to provide additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools in England – The Primary PE & Sport Premium. This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – is allocated to primary school head teachers. The funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.
Purpose of funding:
Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this. For example, they can use their funding to:
· hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers
· provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively
· introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport
· support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday clubs and Change4Life clubs
· run sport competitions
· increase pupils’ participation in the School Games
· run sports activities with other schools
|Rationale of PESG|
|East Dene Primary School is committed to enabling all pupils to achieve the best of their abilities. As well as adopting healthy lifestyles we want our children to enjoy, regularly participate in and reach the highest sporting performance level they are capable of.
To that end we aim to provide our pupils with high quality PE lessons, some of which will be delivered by specialist sports coaches (Live & Learn Sports). Investment into staff CPD will also be a focus for the academic year to secure good and better PE teaching.
Pupils will have opportunities to participate in a wide and varied range of sports. Both Intra-School and Inter- School competitions will be held regularly, where pupils will be able to develop their passion for different sporting events.
|Objective and Anticipated Benefits||Specific Year Group/Key Personnel to be targeted||Staff/Coaches/Outside Agencies||Annual Cost|
|To provide teachers with CPD to improve assessment/teaching/monitoring of P.E. across school.
Children will be engaged in high quality P.E. lessons and progression in skills will be seen.
Teachers to be up-skilled in the delivery of P.E. through:
a) Opportunities to observe Sports Coach delivering sessions.
b) Opportunities to team teach sessions alongside sports coaches.
c) To lead sessions with support of sports coaches.
|All teaching staff to receive CPD across the year.||Live & Learn Sports to lead weekly PE sessions – staff to remain in sessions so as to develop their skills in delivering high quality PE sessions.
Initial support to be offered to NQTs during Autumn Term.
|To offer support to staff re: P.E planning & assessment.
To support the development of staff skills & knowledge in planning appropriate & challenging lessons.
|All staff to have access to the Live & Learn App||Live & Learn App||Included in the annual cost of Live & Learn|
|To organise regular competitions across the Learning Community.
Children have opportunities to participate in Inter-School competitions.
These become a regular fixture in the school calendar.
|Key Stage 2||Live & Learn Sports
Mrs J Allen
|Included in the annual cost of Live & Learn|
|Live & Learn sports coaches to plan, organise and lead annual Sports Days for EYFS, KS1 & KS2.
To foster a love of sports.
To allow children to compete in a competitive environment.
|Whole School||Live & Learn Sports
Mrs J Moulding
|Included in the annual cost of Live & Learn|
|To attend Live & Learn ‘Wow’ Festivals at Sheffield Institute of Sport.
To attend weekly inter-schools sports events.
To enable children who do not usually compete competitively to represent school in a competitive situation.
To create links with other local schools.
|Y2 – Y6||Live & Learn
Mrs J Allen
|£1000 contribution towards cost of festivals (transport and staffing)
|To deliver a range of sports to promote pupil wellbeing.
Yoga and Running Club to be introduced as a Fun Time Friday activity.
|KS2||Class Teachers||£150 towards purchasing new equipment and any additional staff CPD|
|To purchase new sports equipment and sports kit
To ensure the children can compete in Inter-School competitions, as well as hosting other schools in the locality.
To ensure children have access to high quality P.E. resources.
|Key Stage 2||Mrs J Allen||£500|
|Junior Active Sports Leaders
To build pupil confidence and develop their sporting knowledge and skill sets.
|Key Stage 2||Mrs J Allen/Mrs J Fenton/ Mr B Mimms (L & L)||£1800
To purchase resources for the programme (JAL booklet and T-Shirt)
|Fitness 4 Fun App
A whole School Resource to encourage pupils to follow a fit and healthy lifestyle by logging and tracking their weekly activity
|Key Stage 2||Mrs J Allen to introduce.
All class teachers to promote
|Purchased as part of RoSIS package|
Children to promote a healthy lifestyle across school – holding regular assemblies and Eat Well workshops for children and parents.
|Jennie Swift (Wham)
Staff release time and resources
|‘Bikeability’ – To provide cycle training for children throughout Years 5 & 6.
To provide children with the necessary biking training to ensure they are safe.
To increase children’s motivation to cycle.
|Years 5 & 6||British Cycling Foundation||No Cost|
|To promote girls football.
Live & Learn Sports Coaches to provide a lunchtime club for girls – focus on developing their football skills
|KS2||Live & Learn Sports||Included in annual fee for Live & Learn|
|Daily Mile to be introduced during lunchtimes – introduce Spring Term
To improve the physical, social and emotional health of the children in KS1 & KS2.
To encourage 15 mins of daily walking/jogging.
|Y1 – Y6
|Mrs J Allen to lead||No Cost|
|To raise the profile of sports across school and provide a range of alternative sports sessions during the week.
Children will be encouraged to take part in 30 minutes of daily activity during National Sports Week – June 2020
|Whole School||Mrs J Allen||£130 staff release for planning & preparation in advance of the week and also during the week|
Total Spend £18,580