P.E Grant Report 2014-2015

St. Stephen’s R.C. Primary School PE and Sports Grant


The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – has been allocated to primary school head teachers.

This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.
Purpose of funding Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but schools have been given the freedom to choose how they do this.

St. Stephen’s R.C. Primary School has decided to use the money to:

  • support and engage the least active children in physical activities; 
  • pay for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport; 
  • pay for outside agencies to deliver in-school programs to pupils promoting a healthy lifestyle;
  • become involved in service level agreements (SLA) with local schools and the local authority (North Tyneside Council);
  • increase pupils’ participation in the sports and physical activities;
  • provide places for pupils on after school sports clubs;
  • improve resources to support the development of the subject and
  • pay for transport to and from sporting events and competitions.

Grant received - £8,018 + Balanced carried over (£4892) = £12,900
Total number of pupils on role 188
Summary of Grant spending 2014-2015
Objective Activity Cost
To provide transport to and from sporting competitions. Transport coach hire for badminton, cricket, football, athletics and multi-skills competitions.

Transport costs - £559 (as of January 2015)

Predicted additional transport costs through to July 2015 - £800

To promote involvement in physical activity through cycling.

Bikeability Levels 1 and 2 to be completed by pupils in KS2.

School to purchase a set of bicycles and safety equipment to be stored on site. Staff to lead after-school cycling clubs with support from local authority (North Tyneside).

Predicted cost of all cycling equipment including storage –

£1800
To promote involvement in physical activity through dance.

More Than Dance delivering 2 day workshop to KS2.

After-school dance club to begin in Spring 2015.
Costs of More Than Dance including transport - £716
To pay for professional development of staff in the delivery and planning of P.E. units of work through entering a SLA with North Tyneside

Selected staff to attend P.E. CPD. This also provided St. Stephen’s with entry to several inter-school competitions.

P.E. Subject Leader to attend Primary P.E. Ofsted Workshop in February 2015

SLA - £500

 

 

Workshop cost - £50.
To provide places for pupils on after-school sports clubs to promote physical activity in a range of sports.

After-school sports clubs to be delivered by qualified coaches, sourced by North Tyneside Sport.

All children in KS1 and KS2 to be offered to the chance to participate in clubs including:

Basketball, dodgeball, multi-skills, gymnastics, tennis, cricket, dance, football and athletics.

Cost of coaches (approx. £20 per hour with North Tyneside discount. 6 sessions per club, 3 clubs per week).

Total expected cost of after-school provision - £1500
To provide equipment for lunchtime activities and after-school clubs, aimed towards improving participation in physical activity amongst all children. P.E. Subject leader to research and place order for suitable sports equipment for lunchtime activities. Predicted cost of new outdoor equipment - £2000
To provide suitable equipment for P.E. lessons.

P.E. Subject leader carried out an audit of equipment alongside St. Bartholomew’s subject leader.

New P.E. equipment for shared storage to be resourced and purchased.
Predicted cost of new indoor P.E. equipment - £750

Total Grant at beginning of 2014 - £12,900
Grant predicted to be spent (as of January 2015) - £8675

Remaining balance (to be spent later in 2015) - £4225
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