St Andrew's Primary School

St. Andrew's Primary School
Cullompton

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PE / Sports Premium funding breakdown  2015-16

In the Academic Year 2015-16, the school received £9,270 in PE / Sports Premium funding. 

Sporting Activity

Funds Allocated

Impact on Attainment / Participation

Swimming

£1752

All children access annual swimming lessons delivered by qualified swimming instructors.

The number of children at the end of KS2 who are unable to swim 25 meters has decreased.

There has been a significant difference in the confidence of the less able swimmers.

 

Transport

£1000

Children are accessing a range of sporting opportunities that they would otherwise not have the chance to do.

 

Wider sporting opportunities/collaborative partnerships

£698

Targeted groups of children are invited to attend sporting events.

Children’s aspiration to achieve has developed.

Additional Sports Coaches

£150

£3875

The teaching of PE is consistently good across the school.

Teachers feel more confident to deliver a broad and balanced skills based curriculum.

Teachers skills have improved in all areas of the PE Curriculum.

Children have benefitted from professional coaches (Arsenal Soccer Schools and Devon Cricket ‘Chance to Shine.’) in sporting areas.

Children have experienced external sporting grounds and facilities.

The number of children participating in local community clubs has increased due to receiving coaching at school.

Staff CPD

£1795

The teaching of PE is consistently good across the school.

Teachers feel more confident to deliver a broad and balanced skills based curriculum.

Swimming

All children are offered the opportunity to go swimming every year at local swimming pools, for a small voluntary contribution towards transportation, pool hire and qualified swimming instructors.

Some of our Sports Funding goes towards making up the difference between the amount of voluntary contributions and the actual cost of the activity. This funding has enabled every child across the school to attend swimming lessons regardless of their current swimming abilities.  

Transport

The money helps finance part coach transportation to and from a variety of sporting events within the county. We are able to attend all of these sports events without having to rely on parents to provide their own transportation.

Wider Opportunities/Collaborative Partnerships

As part of the School Sports Partnership Programme, the funding has allowed us to participate fully in a number of CVSA, CCC, Ventrus sporting initiatives and East Devon sporting events, competed at local, area and county level in different disciplines.

Additional coaches

The funding has enabled us to forge strong links with the Arsenal Soccer Schools Programme and we have enjoyed weekly training and CPD from a highly qualified sporting coach. This external coaching provision allowed us to identify our most talented footballers and form an elite football squad who received additional weekly coaching and successfully participated in a number of Ventrus football tournaments.

CPD

The funding has helped pay for teachers and HLTAs to further their knowledge both through courses and INSET. We have also purchased the ‘Real PE’ programme which provides fun and simple Schemes of Work and support for EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 practitioners that give them the confidence and skills to deliver outstanding PE. It is fully aligned to the new National Curriculum and Ofsted requirements and focuses on the development of agility, balance and coordination, healthy competition and cooperative learning through a unique and market leading approach to teaching and learning in PE.