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Physical Education Funding – Planned Expenditure 2016 – 2017

The Department for Education provides specific physical education (PE) funding to enhance the core PE provision within schools to ensure that pupils are more physically active, thus improving the health and physical well being of children whilst at school and as part of our strategy to tackle obesity and support our Healthy School approach.

St Bede’s received £8,601 in PE funding for the academic year 2016-2017.

Aims:

At St Bede’s we aim for all children to enjoy and develop positive attitudes to Physical Education and sport in order to improve fitness, health and well-being and allow each child to fulfil their potential.

To introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport, recognising that Physical Education has a positive influence on concentration, behaviour and academic achievement.

 

To support and involve the least active children in school clubs and holiday clubs

 

Planned spend:

At St Bede’s the majority of this additional funding will be used to provide a specialist PE coach during lunch breaks to teach and facilitate a comprehensive programme of daily team sports to all of our Reception to Y2 pupils e.g. football, tag rugby, netball, basketball, rounders, hockey, cricket, etc.

The school also has a morning exercise class, ‘Morning Movers’ which is supported by our allocated PE funding, which will continue into 2017.

Children will continue to be encouraged to attend after school clubs, including football, street dance, ballet, salsa, gymnastics and athletics.

Project Breakdown of Activity Cost forecast Expected Impact
Lunch time Sports Coach Working with groups of children at lunchtime to develop sports skills and enjoyment of games

Training children in specific skills for competitive sports

Identifying more able children to attend sports training

 

£6304 The profile of PE and sport raised further across the school as a tool for whole school improvement/

increased participation in competitive sport

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity and more girls participating in sports

 

More structured games and access to a variety of different sports aiding development of skills

 

Morning Movers  Wide range of early morning pre start of school exercise classes

 

£1,248

1 hour per week (coach)

Access to morning exercise class for children and parents

Increase in motivation and increased attention among children/children more focussed and ready to learn

PE Resources Pedal bikes,Push bikes,Futsals,New goals,Table tennis table

 

£600  
Staff training CPD sessions to improve the delivery of PE lessons

Training for NQT’s

£500 Children make accelerated progress in PE and understand the importance of physical activity on their health and well being

 

Children’s achievement in PE lessons is at least in line with national expectations

 

 

Cycle/Scooter training- Lambeth KS1 children/parents to participate in Lambeth programme Cost to be confirmed Increased participation in using bikes and scooters to and from school

Reduction of children travelling to school on bikes

Increase in levels of fitness

Total Spend:

£8,652+

 

 
 
 
 

Physical Education Funding – Expenditure 2015 – 2016

The Department for Education provides specific physical education (PE) funding to enhance the core PE provision within schools to ensure that pupils are more physically active, thus improving the health and physical well being of children whilst at school. St Bede’s received £8,600 in PE funding for the academic year 2015-2016.

At St Bede’s this additional funding is being used to provide a specialist PE coach during lunch breaks to teach and facilitate a comprehensive programme of daily team sports to all of our Reception to Y2 pupils e.g. football, tag rugby, netball, basketball, rounders, hockey, cricket, etc. The school also has a morning exercise class, ‘Morning Movers’ which is supported by our allocated PE funding.

 

Physical Education Funding – Planned Expenditure 2014 – 2015

The Department for Education provides specific physical education (PE) funding to enhance the core PE provision within schools to ensure that pupils are more physically active, thus improving the health and physical well being of children whilst at school. St Bede’s received £8,300 in PE funding for the academic year 2014-2015.
At St Bede’s this additional funding is being used to provide a specialist PE coach during lunch breaks to teach and facilitate a comprehensive programme of daily team sports to all of our Reception to Y2 pupils e.g. football, tag rugby, netball, basketball, rounders, hockey, cricket, etc. The school is currently bidding for additional funding to extend this programme to morning and afternoon breaks and also to offer a similar provision to our Nursery children.

 

 

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