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PE and Sport Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Sports Premium Grant

 

The government is providing the additional funding to schools improve the quality of sport and PE for all children.

 

During 2013 - 2014 Foxes Piece School received £8,500 sports premium grant.

During 2014 - 2015 Foxes Piece School received £8,232.50 sports premium grant.

During 2015 - 2016 Foxes Piece School received £9,312.65 sports premium grant.

During 2016 - 2017 Foxes Piece School received £9,240 sports premium grant.

During 2017 - 2018 Foxes Piece School received £14,155 sports premium grant. 

During 2018 - 2019 Foxes Piece School are expected £17,880 sports premium grant. 

 

The funding so far has been used for:

 

  • Developing PE lessons across the school through team teaching, training and coaching by buying into a local sports network – school sports partnership with Great Marlow School.
  • PE specialists and qualified coaches work alongside our teachers to deliver high quality PE lessons and clubs.
  • We have increased the range of extracurricular clubs on offer to pupils both at lunch and after school.
  • We offer pupils taster specialist sessions to sample sports they may not be able to try in the normal PE curriculum- such as fencing, street dance, marital arts archery, football and golf.
  • Talent spotting and support for pupils who excel in sports
  • Professional development for newly qualified teachers
  • We have purchased new equipment e.g. archery sets, gym mats, footballs and netball posts
  • We provided prizes for the winners in a healthy eating holiday competition which we have held twice and also have renewed some playtime equipment
  • We have worked with external PE specialists to evaluate the sports provision in school and develop our  plans for improvement
  • We have actively tried to engaging less active pupils in sports clubs by offering an activity that they requested – archery and curling.
  • We had attended more competitive events - running, cross countries, football, girls football, netball and athletics.
  • Girls Active, a programme to promote girls to stay active.

 

Impact of Sport Premium Funding at Foxes Piece School

 

  • More children are attending extracurricular clubs.
  • We offer a broader extra-curricular sports programme in school
  • Teachers tell us they are more confident when teaching PE and sport
  • We have reintroduced competitive Sports Day 
  • Consistently ‘good’ PE lessons are taught across the school
  • Good leadership of PE ensures pupils have positive experiences in lessons and the additional clubs have a broad and balanced understanding of sports.
  • PE coordinator is now more confident to evaluate PE lessons and provided feedback and development points to staff
  • PE co coordinator ensures the PE profile is high and a strong sporting ethos is developing in the school.
  • All children have had the opportunity to new activities
  • Pupils have engaged in more competitions, tournaments and festivals (cross country, 5K fun run, netball and football matches)
  • Pupils have a better understanding about healthy lifestyles and diets
  • Yoga lessons have supported children with SEND to focus on their learning and to help them learn relaxation techniques.
  • Additional swimming lessons for non-swimmers. 

 

Future Plans – 2018/2019 

 

  • Take part in competitions against other local schools
  • To offer cycling proficiency to children across KS2
  • To set up new extra curricular clubs such as golf, martial arts and dancing.
  • To continue links with local schools to aid transition and offer a wider range of equipment
  • Promote healthy eating with a focus on healthy lunchboxes/snacks
  • Children, staff and governors to take part in local competitions eg. Santa Fun Run, cross country, girls football, badminton and gymnastics 
  • Girl’s Active project with GMS
  • Professional development of new teachers
  • Additional swimming lessons for non-swimmers in Year 6 
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