PE & Sports funding 2013-2014

posted 25 Jun 2014, 06:24 by Muhammad Hassan   [ updated 13 Feb 2015, 09:05 ]

The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 to improve provision of PE and sport in primary schools. Feversham will receive £10,010 based on the number of pupils on roll in January 2013.

 Item Cost Outcomes Impact
CPD sports courses for all staff professional development opportunities in PE/sport (including providing cover to release
teachers)
Basketball
Multiskills
Tchoukball
Tennis
Dance
& drama
 £1,000.00All staff given professional
development opportunities in PE/sport (including providing cover to release
teachers)

ZK has had up-to-date training on new and
existing sports. ZK has planned these sports into the curriculum, which the children are enjoying. Achievements of the children in competitions are brilliant.
Coach (Friday afternoon)
 £725.00Children and staff given opportunities to work with/ alongside specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches
Children provided with after-school clubs (on Friday) delivered by specialist PE coaches or qualified sports coaches
Children are provided with additional opportunities to play and compete in popular team-games. Attendance to the club has increased since it first started.
Sports Development (PE and School Sports) £3,635.94Staff and children are engaged in the dance and gymnastic part of the PE curriculum.
Staff are trained to be able to deliver creative PE sessions. Children have a rounded PE curriculum.
Staff are skilled in delivering dance. All children are engaged in the sessions and clearly enjoy it.

Playground markings, CPD with accreditations  £2,849.06Provide opportunities for children to PE and support independently during playtimes and lunchtimes
Lunchtime supervisors and youn leaders are able to support learning during playtimes and
lunchtimes
Yet to be implemented
Change4Life (ZK cover costs) £100.00Supporting and engaging the least active children through new or additional sports clubs
Less-active and children who are less interested in PE & sports are being encouraged to participate in physical activity that engages them.
Sports/ PE themed week enhancements;
Climbing wall
Freestyle Football professional
Circus Skills expert
 £1,500.00Children have a go at new and unique sporting skills. Children find different ways of keeping healthy. Introduce and encourage children to participate in sports out of school. Children
work co-operatively in teams.
Excellence and enjoyment for a variety of unique
sports was evident through participation and encouragement of staff and
children. Children have requested where they can participate in such activities
locally.
Young ‘playground’ leaders:
Hoodies, Whistles, Playground
equipment (eg. tabards, balls, hoops, skipping ropes etc)
 £200.00Provide opportunities for children to PE and support independently during playtimes and
lunchtimes. Lunchtime supervisors and young leaders are able to support learning during playtimes and lunchtimes.
Children are leading each other in physical activities during break and lunchtimes,
encouraging peer involvement.

 TOTAL: £10,010.00  

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