PE & Sport Grant 2019-03-26T14:47:51+00:00

PE & Sport

PE and sport premium allocation for the academic year 2018-2019

PE and sport premium allocation for the academic year 2017-2018

How last year’s funding made a difference to the PE and sport participation

The standard of PE teaching has continued to improve across the school

Fully inclusive PE lessons

98% of pupils said they liked PE, knew what they were learning in lessons and that their teacher helped them to get better at PE

A range of after school clubs provided by the school

More pupils taking part in competitive sport

High participation in Blackpool School Games

 

How we will ensure these are improvements are sustainable

Support from Blackpool F.C. Community Trust, Steve Tomes PE and Sport, and Blackpool Children’s Services continues to up-skill our class teachers and teaching assistants by increasing subject knowledge and confidence. It also provides new ideas for support and challenge in our PE lessons.

Introducing pupils to a wide range of sports from a broad curriculum,will give them the opportunity to develop new skills, which they can use to access sport and physical activity for their life time.

The school’s PE team and senior leaders undertake lesson observations periodically. Staff and pupils complete questionnaires relating to their skills, confidence and enjoyment in Physical Education to measure the impact of these interventions which the Sports & PE Funding Grant provides.

PE and sport premium allocation for the academic year 2015-2016 – £10,045

How we plan to spend this year’s allocated PE and Sports Premium Grant

  • Blackpool F.C. Community Trust: ‘FIT2GO’ in Year 4
  • Blackpool F.C. Community Trust: ‘Primary Sports Package’ working with all KS1 pupils
  • Blackpool F.C. Community Trust: ‘Reading the Game’ working on reading with Year 5
  • Fylde Rugby Club: Curriculum PE support for Tag Rugby
  • Blackpool Children’s Service: Early Years Physical Activity for EYFS
  • Blackpool Children’s Service: Curriculum support in KS2
  • FA Soccer Skills: working with all Year 6 pupils
  • Lancashire Cricket Board: Primary School Affiliation Scheme working with all Year 6 pupils
  • Staff training by external professionals

 

How last year’s funding made a difference to the PE and sport participation and attainment of the pupils who attract the funding

  • Teaching of PE has improved across the school
  • Only a small percentage of pupils working below the level expected of their age in PE
  • Fully inclusive PE lessons
  • Profile of PE and Sport has been raised across the school
  • 96% of pupils said they liked PE, knew what they were learning in lessons and that their teacher helped them to get better at PE
  • A range of after school clubs provided by the school
  • More pupils taking part in inter-school competitive sport
  • Pupils in KS1 and KS2 taking part in intra-school competitive sport
  • High participation in Blackpool School Games

 

How we will ensure these are improvements are sustainable

  • Support from Blackpool F.C. Community Trust and Blackpool Children’s Services continues to up-skill our class teachers and teaching assistants by increasing subject knowledge and confidence. It also provides new ideas for lessons.
  • Introducing pupils to a wide range  of sports from a young age will give them the opportunity to develop new skills which they can use to access sport and physical activity for their life time.
  • The school’s PE team and senior leaders undertake lesson observations periodically. Staff and pupils complete questionnaires relating to their skills, confidence and enjoyment in Physical Education to measure the impact of these interventions which the Sports & PE Funding Grant provides.

PE and sport premium allocation for the academic year 2014-15: £5874 – 2014-15 (Sep-Mar)

We spent our allocation through:-

  • Support for year 1 and year 2 teachers to provide high quality PE in Key Stage 1
  • FA Multi-skills Football Coaching for Year 6
  • Lancashire Cricket Board Primary School Affiliation Scheme for year 6
  • TOTS PLAY SCHEME to support physical development in EYFS
  • Y1 Multi-Skills Club
  • Additional Qualified Coaches for non-traditional sports such as golf
  • Year 4 and Year 5 ‘Get Active’ After-School Club
  • BFC Fit2Go
  • BFC Primary Sports Package, Year 4 Sport Festival, and INSET for Teachers
  • Orienteering Equipment to support KS2 curriculum
  • Additional Funding for development of the school field for physical activities
  • Re-designing the PE storage area

 

How this made a difference to the PE and sport participation and attainment of the pupils who attract the funding:-

  • Teaching of PE has improved across the school
  • Small percentage of pupils working below the level expected of their age in PE
  • Fully inclusive PE lessons and after school clubs
  • Profile of PE and Sport has been raised across the school
  • Pupils “Love PE and love getting out in the fresh air” (Year 2 pupil)
  • Pupils provided with new sport experiences
  • Previously ‘disengaged’ pupils taking part in after school clubs
  • More pupils taking part in inter-school competitive sport
  • Pupils in KS1 and KS2 taking part in intra-school competitive sport
  • Sustained success in inter-school athletics and football competitions
  • High participation in Blackpool School Games

PE and sport premium allocation for the academic year 2013-14 £5874 – 2014-15 (April-August)

  • Staff meetings and INSET provided by Sport Blackpool
  • New Scheme of Work for KS1 and KS2
  • Additional materials to support physical development in EYFS
  • BUPA Training and teaching support for EYFS staff
  • CPD Training for Teachers
  • Change4Life Club
  • BFC FIT2Go
  • Support for NQTs in teaching PE
  • FA Multi-skills Football Coaching for Year 6
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