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Sports Premium

Primary Sports Funding

The government introduced a Primary Sports Funding scheme to increase the quality of provision for PE and sports within the Primary schools. Physical development is an integral part of the day for many of our pupils at Pioneer, many have personalised targets linked to developing physical skills which can include PE or sports activities. Expert advice is provided by physiotherapists for some pupils to ensure that physical abilities are developed to their full potential.

Our aim is to give pupils opportunities to take part in a wide range of sporting activities and to teach quality PE. Pioneer school has some excellent sporting facilities including a large hall, soft play area hydro-therapy pool and outdoor space.

Primary Sports Funding Objectives And Projected Expenditure 2016-2017

Item / Project

 

Objective

Cost

Continue to employ a part time sports coach to deliver high quality and varied PE and help increase staff skills and confidence in delivering PE.

 

For pupils to have stimulating PE experiences with specialist staff.

 

£6,425

Provide Rebound Therapy training for staff

For pupils to receive trampoline lessons which will help increase/decrease muscle tone, promote sensory integration, improve fitness etc.

 

£2,000

Projected spend

 

£8,425

SPORTS FUNDING GRANT

 

£8,360


Primary Sports Funding Objectives & Expenditure 2015 -2016

Item

 

Objectives

Outcome

Cost

Employ a part time sports coach to deliver high quality PE

To increase pupil confidence to try out new physical activities

 

Staff will receive training on how to deliver high quality PE

Pupils engaged in healthy physical activities which impacted positively on all aspects of the school curriculum and pupils’ general health and well being

Staff confidence in delivering aspects of PE increased.

 

£6,425

Increase resources to support PE particularly for PMLD pupils

To have a bank of stimulating resources and physical aids to support learning.

 

Pupils are more engage in lessons for longer periods of time.

£2000

TOTAL SPENT

 

£8,425

SPORTS FUNDING GRANT

 

£8,305


Primary Sports Funding Objectives and Expenditure 2014 - 2015

Item

 

Objectives

Outcome

Cost

Employ a part time sports coach to deliver high quality PE

To give pupils an opportunity to have stimulating PE experiences with specialist staff

 

 

Pupils engaged in healthy physical activities which impacted positively on all aspects of the school curriculum and pupils’ general health and well being

 

 

£6,200

Increase resources to support PE

To have a bank of stimulating resources and physical aids to support learning.

 

Pupils were motivated to join in PE lessons

 

£1,800

Increase resources to support development of swimming /hydrotherapy

To have a bank of stimulating resources and physical aids to support swimming

Children are engaged and eager to participate as soon as they enter the pool area. All children can access the pool and develop skills

 

£265

TOTAL SPENT

 

£8,265

SPORTS FUNDING GRANT

 

£8,265

*Additional school funding is allocated to support interventions when necessary.