PE Sport Funding

St Matthews Church of England Academy
Total number of pupils on roll 87
Total amount of received £ 16,950 (est)
Summary of Primary Sport and PE Premium spending
Objectives: 2018 – 2019
· Increase CPD for all staff , including TA’s, to enable greater quality of PE to be delivered all children
· A PE session provided by a specialist to increase the quantity of PE within the curriculum for all children
· Intra and inter-house sports
· G&T ·
Project Objectives Anticipated impact
Targeted support for G&T children through delivery
of specific sessions for school teams
– Identify when inter-sports competitions are to organise G&T sessions for those children
G&T children identified and targeted to improve their skills.
Continuation of sport as they move to different year groups
Continue with healthy lifestyle Children to enjoy success at local sports tournaments and festivals; incorporating learnt skills into match situations.
Attendance (where
appropriate and possible) at all tournaments, events and
competitions by increasing Inter competitions.
£200 transport costs All children to enjoy both inter tournaments linked with Stoke Sports Cluster and other C of E schools, etc, with the local Secondary school PE leaders leading the competitions.
All year groups to be focused on – for a variety of sports, for a range of abilities. Children to enjoy success at given
tournaments and festivals and maintain links with local and national teams and academies.
Children’s skill levels to increase due to competition with others
High quality PE session delivered to all children. Differentiation for all abilities, assessment to identify G&T children
Increase CPD for all staff , including TA’s, to enable greater quality of PE to be delivered all children Children enjoy sports and want to continue after school during the wide varied clubs.
½ term Intra-house sports Timetable of sports across the school. Children participated in a inter-house competition for that sport. Increase competitive spirit in children
To provide high quality Swimming lessons for yr1-4 (any yr5-6 children to go with yr3-4)
All children should be able to swim 25m before they leave primary school Children are safe when they are around water.
Parental support if child struggles.
Training pupils as Sports Leaders. To develop pupil engagement in sport and activities during play times. Pupil engagement, behaviour and welfare.