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Government Additional PE Funding

2018-2019 PE Action Plan

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2019 /2020 School Year

 

The school received a total grant of £18,660. This is being spent as follows:

 

  • Investment and implementation of a new school P.E scheme (IPEP), with specialist sports coach to work alongside teachers as a form of CPD.
  • Continue to employ a P.E Specialist with an increased focus on targeting inactive children by offering a range of opportunities to participate in physical activity and to encourage more pupils to take part in competitive sport, through increased access to competitions and inter school events.
  • Offer a broader range of sports and activities to all pupils by purchasing equipment needed to run extra-curricular clubs (including the Safe and Sound breakfast and after school club).
  • Promote active travel to school by buying into the Wow Travel Tracker scheme.
  • All children in school to participate in ‘A Day in the Wigan Way’ assembly to focus on promoting healthy lifestyles, developing fundamental movement skills and positive mental attitudes during engagement in sporting activities.
  • Offer SEND pupils further physical activity opportunities through Just Join In festivals.
  • Encourage more children in Year 6 to reach the expected standard for swimming by the time they leave primary school by providing subsidised additional swimming sessions.
  • Offer BMX training to Year 4 and Year 5 pupils to ensure each child is able to confidently ride a bike (Balancibility and Bikeability sessions).
  • To ensure all Reception and Year 1 children have the opportunity to begin to learn how to ride a bike by building a track and purchasing balance bikes and helmets.
  • Opportunities for KS2 children to take part in Outdoor and Adventurous Activities.
  • Increased opportunities for children to represent their school in a range of competitive sports.
  • Continuing to offer an increased range of physical activity by purchasing equipment to support organised games at lunchtimes.
  • Opportunities for children to take part in sports leader activities.
  • Raising the profile of sport and physical activity/healthy lifestyles across school through special assemblies, physical activity wristbands, increased specialist coaches in school, increased participation in the school games calendar and whole school sports events.
  •  Accessing high quality coaching and specialist coaching in a specialist sport, whilst developing CPD for staff. (Cricket, Football, Multi skills, BMX, Dance)

2017 /2018 School Year

 

The school received a total grant of £18,560. This is being spent as follows:

  • Continue to employ a P.E Specialist with an increased focus on targeting inactive children by offering a range of physical activity opportunities and to encourage more pupils to take part in competitive sport, through increased access to competitions and inter school events.
  • Encourage more children in Y6 to reach the expected standard for swimming by the time they leave primary school by providing additional  swimming sessions.
  • Offer BMX training to Y4 and Y5 pupils to ensure each child is able to confidently ride a bike
  • To ensure all Reception and Year 1 children have the opportunity to begin to learn riding a bike by building a track and purchasing balance bikes and  helmets.
  • Opportunities for KS2 children to take part in Outdoor Activities such as orienteering and archery.
  • Increased opportunities for children to represent their school in a range of competitive sports.
  • Offer a broader range of sports and activities to all pupils by purchasing equipment needed to run extra curricular clubs.
  • Support and involve the least active children by running Change 4 Life clubs, an Active Literacy Club and attending cluster events targeting the least active children.
  • Continuing to offer an increased range of physical activity by purchasing equipment to support organised games at lunchtimes.
  • Opportunities for children to take part in sports leader activities.
  • Raising  the profile of sport and physical activity/healthy life styles across school through  special assemblies,  physical activity wristbands, increased specialist coaches in school, increased participation in the Sainsbury School Games and  whole school sports events.
  •  Accessing high quality coaching and specialist coaching in a specialist sport, whilst developing CPD for staff. (Cricket, Football, Multi skills, BMX, Dance)

2016/2017 Swimming Data. Document also includes current Year 6 Top Up Swimming data from Spring 2018.

2016 /2017 School Year

 

The school received a total grant of £9,261. This was spent as follows:

  • Continue to employ a P.E Specialist with a focus on Sports and PE
  • Purchase PE teaching resources  linked to the new primary curriculum
  • Encourage more pupils to take part in competitive sport, through increased access to competitions and inter school events
  • £400 to offer BMX training to Y4 and Y5 pupils to ensure each child is able to confidently ride a bike
  • Opportunities for KS2 children to take part in Outdoor Activities such as orienteering and archery.
  • Support and involve the least active children by running Change 4 Life clubs.

2015 /2016 School Year

 

The school received a total grant of £9,235. This was spent as follows:

  • To employ a P.E Specialist with a focus on Sports and PE
  • £140 Membership in the Youth Sports
  • Purchase PE teaching resources linked to the new primary curriculum
  • Encourage more pupils to take part in competitive sport, through increased access to competitions and inter school events
  • £400 to offer BMX training to Y4 and Y5 pupils to ensure each child is able to confidently ride a bike

2014 /2015 School Year

 

The school received a total grant of £8,920. This was spent as follows:

  • £4200 to employ of a Modern Apprentice with a focus on Sports and PE skills
  • £140 Membership in the Youth Sports Trust
  • £3530 towards a training circuit and 4 BMX bikes
  • £400 to offer BMX training to Y4 and Y5 pupils to ensure each child is able to confidently ride a bike
  • £650 on additional sports equipment to support extra curricular sports activities. 
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