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PE/SPORTS FUNDING

PE and Sports Premium

 

From September 2013 the government are allocating funding directly to primary schools to support the provision of high quality PE/sport.

Each school will receive approximately £16 000 which was increased using the sugar tax the government imposed last year. 

 

For a break down of our expenditure for this year see the Action plan and impact in PDF for at the bottom of this page. 

 

2021-22 PE Premium


Sports Premium Funding


Allocation: £17,710

 

This year 2021/22, St John with St Augustine primary school have set five targets for development from the Association of Physical Education guidance on using the Sports premium funding.
 
1.the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
 
2.the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
 
3.increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
 
4.broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
 
5.increased participation in competitive sport
 
Below will set out how we aim to spend the funding to best achieve these goals.
 
1.The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity in at the core of good physical development.

 

PE is delivery across the school and all children are encouraged to engage fully with all lesson. At St John’s we follow the Lancashire PE scheme of work which ensures that a varied and broad curriculum is delivered to all pupils from EYFS to Year Six. The PE scheme of work is part of a service level agreement to the Hyndburn, Ribble valley school sports partnership (HRVSSP) for which we pay a Basic fee annually.

 

These session are adapted so that our 'Home Learners' can access these, with the core objectives still being achieved were possible. 
 
 Further information for what we get for that fee is below:
 
Bikeability Training 
This is available for all of our year 6 pupils and includes badges and certificates.
Included in core package
Playground Leaders Access to playground leaders resources.
Classroom and practical training for your cohort of leaders. Central training for midday assistants.
Included in core package
 
Provision
Through Hyndburn Borough Council and Ribble Valley Borough Council, access to and information about community provision. This includes competitions. 
Included in core package
 
Access to range of curriculum PE CPD courses 
These are developed in conjunction with the Lancashire PE advisory service. Access to a minimum of two locally delivered courses. See Appendix One for further details.
Included in core package
 
KS1/ KS2/ Foundation scheme of work schemes
Available to schools that have not completed this training in the last two years.
£595
 
Access to a variety of sports specific training courses
Face to face and Online course have been provided to all staff by the subject leader. Staff have attended course included planning of curriculum PE and Yoga and Wellbeing. 
 Courses vary in price
 


 

2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
 
This year,  St John’s are going to be raising the profile of PE and sport across the school in the following ways:

 

  • Ensure high quality PE is taught across the curriculum  

 

PE will continue to take place in school with each class having alocated slots though the week. 

  
Continual development of the school playground

 
Playgound equipment continues to be a focus as it ensure our children are as active as they can be developing physical skills. 

 

 

With the introduction of the outdoor gym, classes are now timetabled to used this daily. 
 
3. An increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
 
Already this yoear, staff have been trained on fundamental movement skills and the use of the PE Passport APP for delivery of PE sessions. 

 

More CPD will be provided throughout the year. 
 
 
Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
Considerable impact due to COVID-19.

Extra-curricular clubs have been deemed too high risk as part of our COVID-19 assessment. We do however, offer a full curriculum and have provided opportunities for other activities through virtual competitions and internally. 

 
4. Increased participation in competitive sport
 

Children in school have already attended a number of event this year with funding providing training sessions and transport to these events. 

  • Cross Country
  • Sports Hall Athletics
  • Football
  • Girls Football

These are just a few of the events attended. 

 

 

5. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

 

PE is at the heart of health and mental well-being. We are ensuring that PE remains important and that children in our school are as active as possible.

 

Ways we are doing this: 

 

  • PE as a subject included in weekly awards (Mighty Minds).
  • PE session planned and delivered using STEP principle
  • Health and well-being promoted within school as a high priority. 
  • Regular exercise throughout the day to promote a healthy lifestyle. This includes HIIT session, yoga, gross motor skill activities and more. 
  • Competitions each half term for some children to attend.

 

 

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