P.E & Sports Grant

The Government have provided schools with a PE and sports grant. This grant is to improve provision of PE and sport, so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles. 

 

Support

2018-2019

Area of school to target / benefit

Outcome

Cost per unit

Total

Kent Gym and Sport Services

Whole School

To maintain P.E. apparatus.

£106

£106

£75

Greenacre sports partnership Infant package

Year 1-2

High quality P.E being taught across the school to promote a healthy lifestyle.

£550

£550

Competition Package

(Tri Golf, Infant Agility, Key Steps Gymnastics)

Which includes 6 week coaching and transport to and from competition

Year 1-2

Sessions aimed at developing PE skills taught in Years 1 and 2.

£ per competition

£1150

Medway Sports Competition at Luton Infant School

Year 2

To develop PE skills and increase participation in competitive sports

£75

+ £196.15 for teacher to accompany children

£271.15

Greenacre

Mini Sports Crew

Year 2

To promote healthier/more active playtimes

£250

£250

An extra MDMS

Whole school

An MDMS to support playtime play

£2000 (approx)

Breakfast Energiser  ?

Year R

To promote healthier lifestyles

To increase pupil participation in physical activity

Greenacre day of sport

Whole School

High quality P.E being taught across the school to promote a healthy lifestyle.

£375

£375

Football4All

To improve PE provision across the school

To introduce children to PE /Sporting activities in the community

Term 2: £268.75

Term 3: £268.75 (approx)

Term 4: £268.75 (approx)

Term 5: £268.75 (approx)

Term 6: £268.75 (approx)

Subject Leader Release Time

Subject leaders attend courses, liaison time, attend tournaments with children

Improvement of PE provision and expertise

PE conference

7.2.19: Infant Agility Comp

28.2.19: Gymnastics Comp

12.6.19: Tri Golf Competition

5 days cover: £196.15

£980.75

Right Step Dance workshops

World Book Day

Whole School

High quality dance being taught across the school to promote a healthy lifestyle.

£423

TA s to support in PE lessons

Whole school

High quality P.E being taught across the school to promote a healthy lifestyle.

Approx £7472

Right Step Dance

Workshops – Street Dance

Year 2 (in May)

High quality dance being taught across the school to promote a healthy lifestyle.

Approx £240

AWAITING CONFIRMATION OF AMOUNT BUT BEEN ADVISED IT IS THE SAME AS LAST YEAR (27.9.18) Received:    Total: £17,790

Total spent as of 28.9.18: £15,236.65                       Remaining: £2553.35

October 2018: £10,378                 April 2019: £7,412

 

 

 

 

 

 

PE Sport Funding – Balfour Infant School 2018-2019

Academic year:

September 2018-August 2019

Total Fund Allocated:

£7472

Key Indicator 1: Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

 

School focus

(impact on pupils)

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and Impact

Sustainability

and suggested next steps

 

TAs to attend all PE lessons and support teacher and pupils

 

 

All staff to be aware (informed by HT in staff meeting|) that the TA should be present and offer support during PE lessons.

 

 

£7472

 

 

 

 

 

TA involved in PE lessons

T given more time to assess children’s achievements during the lesson (using BALANCE)

 

WIDER IMPACT:

·         Pupils are more active during PE times with two adults supporting

·         Attitudes to learning improve: better concentration

 

TAs to be offered support in ways to support children during PE lessons

 

Using BALANCE regularly; will inform teacher of next steps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Academic year:

September 2018-August 2019

Total Fund Allocated:

£913

Key Indicator 2: the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

 

School focus

(impact on pupils)

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and Impact

Sustainability

and suggested next steps

Training of some Year 2 children to become “Balfour’s Sports Crew”

 

 

 

-Celebration of children’s achievements:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Right Step Workshops for whole school participation

* 10 year 2 children are trained and then given stickers to distribute to “Active “ pupils or “Healthy Eaters”

 

*Children’s achievements from competitions are celebrated in whole school celebration assemblies

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plan Right Step Workshops with staff to ensure cross curricular links

£250

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£423: Whole school World Book day

£240: Year 2

Pupils are involved in supporting the active play of their peers.

Fewer playtime issues as children more engaged in active play.

Notice board in hall shows pupils PE achievements

 

Higher level of pupil participation in school sport

WIDER IMPACT:

·         Increase focus and attention of children

 

Re training next year for 10 current year 1 s to continue the sports crew.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Open it up to children sharing their PE achievements out of school e.g. gymnastic clubs

 

 

Supporting staff to use dance ideas in the classroom.

 

 

 

Academic year:

September 2018-August 2019

Total Fund Allocated:

£2746.15

Key Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

 

School focus

(impact on pupils)

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and Impact

Sustainability

and suggested next steps

An additional MDS to be employed to enable staff to lead more active lunchtimes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greenacre Sports partnership Infant Package

Subject leader to attend Kent PE Conference (in February)

 

£2000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£550

 

 

£196.15

 

 

 

WIDER IMPACT

to promote active play which will result in fewer behaviour issues arising at playtime and more Physical activity

Pupils really enjoy the games and are very keen to take part

Behaviour improves at lunchtime.

 

This will lead to sustainability for all MDS to feel more confident in leading more active playtimes

 

 

 

 

 

Academic year:

September 2018-August 2019

Total Fund Allocated:

£1343.75

Key Indicator 4: broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

 

School focus

(impact on pupils)

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and Impact

Sustainability

and suggested next steps

To continue to offer a wider range of activities outside the curriculum in order to get more pupils involved (some focus on PP)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-          Continue to work closely with Football4All to deliver an after school club

-          Greenacre partnership offers Infant Agility, Gymnastics and Tri Golf after school clubs.

-           

£1343.75 (approx)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All children from year 1 and year 2 who requested a place in the Football4all after school club. (6 sessions).

20 children attend Infant Agility club (Term 4)

20 children attend Gymnastic club (Term 5).

20 children attend Tri Golf club (Term 6)

 

 

 

Raising the profile of PE to other members of staff

Some children move onto joining a football club out of school

 

 

Academic year:

September 2018-August 2019

Total Fund Allocated:

£2580.75

Key Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sports

 

School focus

(impact on pupils)

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and Impact

Sustainability

and suggested next steps

To attend three competitions throughout the academic year: Infant Agility (February), Gymnastics (February), Trigolf.

(June)

 

 

 

 

Whole school day of Sport

Arrange after school clubs in preparation for competitions.

Organise and select (by liaising with Greenacre staff member) which pupils to invite to the competition.

 

 

 

 

 

£1155

+ £588.45 (for staff to attend)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£375

+ £196.15 (for teacher to attend)

Approx 30 children involved in competitive sports

 

WIDER IMPACT AS A RESULT OF ABOVE:

Improved standards in competitive sports

Raise profile of PE across school.

All children involved in working as a team and being physically active

Parents invited to watch.

 

Informing parents of competitions and outcomes raises the profile of PE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teachers and TAs to be familiar with how to plan and carry out a day of sport.

Parents made aware of the kind of PE children are doing at school: hopefully it will encourage them to make their children more active.

To participate in Medway Sports Competitions with other infant schools in the area.

Liase with schools about dates, how many competitions there will be throughout the year.

£75 for competition on 28/9/18

+ £196.15 for teacher to attend.

 

 

Miscellaneous: £106 + £75: spent on servicing PE equipment

28.9.18: Funding: £17,790 (based on academic year 2017-18)

Total Spent: £15,236.65

Remaining: £2553.35

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Support

2017-2018

Area of school to target / benefit

Outcome

Cost per unit

Total

Kent Gym and Sport Services

Whole School

To maintain P.E. apparatus.

£106

£106

£75

Greenacre sports partnership Infant package

Year 1-2

High quality P.E being taught across the school to promote a healthy lifestyle.

£500

£500

Competition Package

(Tri Golf, Infant Agility, Key Steps Gymnastics)

Which includes 6 week coaching and transport to and from competition

Year 1-2

Sessions aimed at developing PE skills taught in Years 1 and 2.

£485 per competition

£1455

Greenacre

Mini Sports Crew

Year 2

To promote healthier/more active playtimes

£200

£200

MDMS Training

Whole school

MDMS to improve their knowledge of encouraging children to be more active during playtimes. MDMS to become more pro active at lunchtimes

£150

£150

+ £190 cover

An extra MDMS

Whole school

An MDMS to support playtime play

£2000 (approx)

Balanceability

Year R

To increase the number of children who can ride a bike

£300

£300

Breakfast Energiser

Year R 1 2

To promote healthier lifestyles

To increase pupil participation in physical activity

£150

£150

Greenacre day of sport

Whole School

High quality P.E being taught across the school to promote a healthy lifestyle.

£350

£350

Football4All

To improve PE provision across the school

To introduce children to PE /Sporting activities in the community

Term 2: £268.75

Term 3: £268.75 (approx)

Term 4: £268.75 (approx)

Term 5: £268.75 (approx)

Term 6: £268.75 (approx)

Subject Leader Release Time

Subject leaders attend courses, liaison time, attend tournaments with children

Improvement of PE provision and expertise

24.1.18: Kent PE conference

15.3.18: Infant Agility Comp

17.5.18: Gymnastics Comp

14.6.18: Tri Golf Competition

4 days cover: £196.15

60% cover sports day £117.69

1 day cover: pupil interviews

£196.15

£1384.03

Right Step Dance workshops

World Book Day

Whole School

High quality dance being taught across the school to promote a healthy lifestyle.

£423

PE Resources

TBA

To enhance the delivery of P.E. sessions across KS1.

£1223.94

TA s to support in PE lessons

Whole school

High quality P.E being taught across the school to promote a healthy lifestyle.

Approx £7472

Right Step Dance

Workshops – Street Dance

Year 2 (in May)

High quality dance being taught across the school to promote a healthy lifestyle.

Approx £240

Received:    Total: £17,790

October 2017: £10,378                 April 2018: £7,412

22.2.18

Total Spend: £17,562.72

 

 

PE Funding 2016-2017

Allocation 2016-2017: 1st instalment £5192:  2nd Instalment: £3708

Total budget:  £8900

Support

2016-2017

Area of school to target / benefit

Outcome

Cost per unit

Total

Impact

Kent Gym and Sport Services

Whole School

To maintain P.E. apparatus.

£106

£106

Ensures equipment is safe to use

Greenacre sports partnership Infant package

Year 1-2

High quality P.E being taught across the school to promote a healthy lifestyle.

£500

£500

Higher child participation in sport

Competition Package

(Tri Golf, Infant Agility, Key Steps Gymnastics)

Which includes 6 week coaching and transport to and from competition

Year 1-2

Sessions aimed at developing PE skills taught in Years 1 and 2.

£550 per competition

£1650

12 children participated in each of the 3 competitions.

Tri Golf team won the competition!

Right Dance workshops

Teachers and HLTA s

To improve the teaching of dance within the school

£530

£530

 

Teacher observations showed that T and HLTA s were more confident delivering lessons. Lessons showed a wider range of skills being taught.

Right Step Dance

Year 2

Improvement of PE provision

High quality PE being taught

 

£240

Increased participation in physical activity.

Greenacre day of sport

Whole School

High quality P.E being taught across the school to promote a healthy lifestyle.

£350

£350

Successful Sports’ day with all children participating.

Subject Leader Release Time *

Subject leaders attend courses, liaison time, attend tournaments with children

Improvement of PE provision and expertise

3 days observations

3 days attending competitions

1 day course

1 morning Sports day

£244.92 x 6

 

 

TA attending: £46 x 3

£244.92

£146.95

£1469.52

(terms 3, 4 and 5)

 

£138

£244.92

£146.95

Lesson observations gave valuable insight into how PE is delivered across the school and support teachers may need next year.

Kidzfit Workshop

Year 2

To promote a healthy lifestyle

n/a

£360

Promoted a healthier lifestyle for year 2 pupils.

PE Resources

 

To enhance the delivery of P.E. sessions across KS1.

£

£996.20

Majority purchased to be used during playtimes.

EYFS PE activity cards

Year R

To enhance the delivery of P.E. sessions across EYFS

£125

£125

EYFS to begin to use within planning

Greenacre to deliver CPD in multiskills to TAs and HLTA s

TAs and HLTAs

Improvement of PE provision and expertise

To improve playtime “play”

Term 6 (8th June)

£75

TA s found it beneficial to support them during active playtimes

Football4all

 

 

Term 3 and 4

Term 5

Term 6

£540

£540

£600

High level of participation. Some pupils moved onto participating in a football club out of school.

Balanceability

Year R

To promote a healthy lifestyle

To enable children to learn how to ride a bike

Term 6

£300

Children were more active. Enabled children to start to learn the skills needed to ride a bike.

 

Total spent: 6/7/17: £8,911.59

Total £8,905