PE and sport premium
Primary PE and Sport Funding 2017-18
Schools are allocated a sum of money, called the Primary PE and Sport Funding to support all children and improve the quantity, quality and breadth of PE and sport provision. The allocation is calculated according to the intake of the school, and the school must decide how best to use the money to improve the breadth and quality of PE and sport provision, including increased participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.
Our indicative Primary PE and Sport Funding is £17,600. Schools will be given 65% this year and 35% next year.
At Huncoat Primary School we have decided to use this money to: Costing for the current Year click here
- Employ specialist teachers or qualified coaches to deliver high quality lessons that increase motivation and love for PE
- Buy into the ‘Hyndburn Sports Partnership’ to allow a wide range of inter school competitions/ sports and opportunities, which wouldn't necessarily be available without the Partnership.
- Forge links with PE teachers in local secondary schools to enable networking/ use of local facilities and expertise of specialist teachers and equipment
- Pay for a Level 3 football coach to develop Gifted and Talented footballers.
- To subsidise outdoor learning within PE skills in Lancashire accredited outdoor centres
- Tots on Tyres programme to develop gross motor skills within the Early Years
- To pay for local Olympic Sports Person to inspire girls within PE skills and to work alongside our Values of Determination
- Increase the amount of actual time swimming to help increase the percentage of swimmers
- To fund new PE equipment to increase the quality of PE lessons taught and fund play equipment to sustain excellent behaviour and PE skills outside
Targets for 2017-18
- Ensure that 25% of pupils access competitive inter-school sport within KS2
- Ensure that all pupils can swim at least 25m by the end of KS2 and children can develop skills beyond this standard.
- School to network with local schools/ facilities other schools offer/ create a competitive 'v' love for PE culture
- To increase the percentage of vulnerable children participating in sports activities both in school and inter school - for example Pupil Premium/ obese / girls / SEN and low esteem children / Child Looked After
- To allow KS1 children sporting opportunities both in school and within the local community
- To offer Able, Gifted and Talented children new sporting opportunities and challenges to develop resilience/ determination
Impact measures from 2016-17:
- An increase in the number of pupils who took part in after school sport
- Improved lunchtime interaction with activities from the children with better behaviour (seen on our Behaviour Step reports)
- Achieved success in competitive school sports at a local level
- The growth in the range of traditional and alternative sporting activities on offer
- The improvement in partnership work on physical education with other schools and other local partners
- Improved links with other subjects that contribute to pupils’ overall achievement and their greater social, spiritual, moral and cultural skills
- The Quality of overall provision improved so that all teaching in this area is at least 'Good' or better.
- More pupils aware of Health & safety of themselves within PE