PE and Sports Funding

Sports Funding 2020/2021

 

March 2013 saw the introduction of funding for schools to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in Primary schools. The funding to cover the academic year 2020 - 2021 equated to a lump sum of £16,000 plus an additional allocation of £10 per full time pupil. At Cadmore End Church of England Combined School, our allocated budget is invested in our children’s PE. In response to this funding we have looked at ways of ensuring the money will both improve our provision in the short and long term. Income for 2020-2021 has been budgeted at £16,620 and has been spent to provide the following:

 

  •          To employ Mrs Caine to deliver PE to pupils in Year R - Year 6. Each year group will have 2 hours of PE twice a week.

 

Mrs Caine will also provide the following:

  •          CPD to staff,
  •          Add to our provision at lunchtime. At lunchtime Mrs Caine is timetabled to provide a variety of physical activities for all age groups. These are structured and unstructured activities
  •          Work with pupils who require OT

 

Mrs Caine will receive external CPD to support her own professional development.

Finally, money has been used to:

  •          Replenish all playtime equipment, in consultation with the sports and school council.
  •          Purchase extra curriculum PE resources
  •          Subsidised swimming lessons (taking place in Summer 2021)
  •          Funding for termly whole school sporting events.

 Impact from 2019-2020

For 2019-2020, the school received £13,136 we used this to provide the following:

 

  •          To employ Mrs Caine to deliver PE to pupils in Year 1- Year 6. Each year group will have 2 hours of PE twice a week. Pupils met National Curriculum objectives

 

Mrs Caine will also provide the following:

  •          CPD to staff. Due to COVID, this will be rescheduled for 2020-2021
  •          Add to our provision at lunchtime. At lunchtime Mrs Caine is timetabled to provide a variety of physical activities for all age groups. These are structured and unstructured activities. The children have acquired and/or developed skills. Children play a range of group games, hockey, football and netball.
  •          Work with pupils who require OT Children met OT targets

 

Mrs Caine will receive external CPD to support her own professional development.

 

  •          Training for a member of staff to obtain Level 3 Forest School. Due to COVID, this will be rescheduled for 2020-2021
  •          Replenish all playtime equipment, in consultation with the sports and school council. Children are active
  •          Purchase extra curriculum PE resources Children can develop skills in line with the National Curriculum
  •          Subsidised swimming lessons. 8 children attended an intense daily swimming project where they received 1-1 support. All were able to swim 25 meters plus!
  •          Funding for termly whole school sporting events. Paid for transport to and from swimming project