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PE and Sports Funding

Since September 2013, all maintained schools have received sports funding in addition to their school budget. This funding has been provided to raise standards in PE and sport and to increase pupil participation in sporting activity to develop healthy lifestyles.

For the academic year 2016/17 our school was awarded £8,000 + £5.00 per pupil.

This year we would like to use our funding to: Impact
Pool funding with other schools to give our children increased opportunities Hutton Rudby Primary School has agreed to part fund a Service Level Agreement with other schools in the local area to fund a School Sports Coordinator (SSCo) for a fourth year. Children will be able to participate in a variety of different sports.
Further provide cover staff to release teachers for professional development in PE and games. Staff will develop skills and knowledge on sport specific courses. Children have improved experiences.
Further provide staff to increase pupils participation in local, area and county school games competitions. Children will be given access to new sporting opportunities.
Embed specialist sports teachers will be employed to work alongside our teachers. Teacher confidence and skills will increase.
Target support and encourage vulnerable children to participate in sport. Maintain the opportunities the school provides.
Audit and purchase additional equipment. Give access to equipment to children to increase participation.
Providing additional training for staff. Children active and engaged.

 

For the academic year 2016/16, our school was awarded £8,000 + £5.00 per pupil.

Use of funding Impact
Pool funding with other schools to give our children increased opportunities. Hutton Rudby Primary School has agreed to part fund a Service Level Agreement with other schools in the local area to fund a School Sports Coordinator (SSCo) for a third year. Children will be able to participate in a variety of different sports.
Further provide cover staff to release teachers for professional development in PE and games. Staff will develop skills and knowledge on sport specific courses. Children have improved experiences.
Further provide staff to increase pupils participation in local, area and county school games competitions. Children will be give access to new sporting opportunities.
Embed specialist sports teachers will be employed to work alongside our teachers. Teacher confidence and skills will increase.
Target support and encourage vulnerable children to particiape in sport Maintain the opportunities the school provides.
Audit and purchase additional equipment Give access to equipment to children to increase participation.
Providing additional training for staff Children active and engaged.
Evaluation

  • Children learn about the joy of effort, fair play, and respect of others, the pursuit of excellence and the balance between body, will and mind.
  • P.E. includes all children
  • Children are supported to be included.
  • Children have skilled teachers with stronger curriculum knowledge.
  • Children participate in highly skilled tournaments and competitions.

To view PE and Sports Premium Funding provided in previous years, please click below to download the full document.

PE and Sport Premium Funding

Sports England
SA
PGQM
Osted Outstanding
ICT Mark
Healthy Schools
Active Mark
Arts Council
The FA