PE and Sports Funding

Our Vision: ‘Support and Sustain PE Excellence’

We do this through:

  • Promoting healthy active lifestyles
  • Engaging in competitive activities
  • Developing determination to excel in a broad range of activities for the children throughout their lives.

 

In PE, we want to inspire young people to participate and enjoy physical activity. We want them to recognise the importance of an active and healthy lifestyle which continues into adulthood. This can be done through the following the Spirit of the Games values:

 

RESPECT – Treat others politely and with understanding.

HONESTY- Be truthful and promote fairness in every situation

DETERMINATION - Work hard to overcome challenges

TEAMWORK - Treat everyone equally, support each other and work together to have fun and achieve

PASSION – Approach each opportunity with enthusiasm and positivity

SELF-BELIEF - Always strive to achieve your potential

 

In 2013 the government introduced a grant for all primary schools to support and improve delivery of physical education. Each primary school receives a lump sum of money, dependent on the size of the school and the number of children within it.

In the academic year 2016 - 2017 we received £8700.

The funding was allocated as below:

Activity Cost Intended impact/ sustainability

Crewe and Nantwich Sports Membership

£500

To increase participation in competitive sport. Including inter-school competitions.

Investment in this programme is a key on going school commitment aimed at sustaining accessibility so our children can take part in sporting tournaments and a range of PE activities.

Crewe Alex Sports Lunch Club

£4550 

To increase participation in a variety of sporting activities as well as giving children the experience of working as a team. Our intention is for these clubs to be retained and developed to ensure sustainability of the benefits for the children.

After School Sports Clubs

£1860 

To increase participation in sporting activities and provide children with the opportunity to develop their skills further. This also provides children with the chance to try new sporting activities.

Specialised training subject lead.

£250

The dedicated subject lead will ensure sustainability of activity within school for the children by giving other staff support/guidance to have the confidence to teach high quality PE. 

Transportation of children to inter-school sporting activities 

£495

To encourage the participation of children in the School Games.

Sports and nutrition day

£550

To encourage the children to be aware of and follow a healthy lifestyle. The sustained use of our dedicated kitchen area for the children will continue to develop their healthy lifestyle awareness.

Resources to improve the provision of PE in school 

 

£510

To ensure that all children have access to high quality resources to enable them to take part in sporting activities in school. This will ensure that our children have the most current and appropriate equipment to continue and enhance their development and enjoyment in the future.

Total £8715  

 

In the academic year 2017/2018 we expect to receive £17340.

We plan to allocate the funding as follows:-

Activity Cost Intended impact/ sustainability

Crewe and Nantwich Sports Membership

£600

To increase participation in competitive sport. Including inter-school competitions.

Investment in this programme is a key on going school commitment aimed at sustaining accessibility so our children can take part in sporting tournaments and a range of PE activities.

Sports Lunch Club

£6350

To increase participation in sporting activities and provide children with the opportunity to develop their skills further. It also provides children with the chance to try new sporting activities.

After School Sports Clubs

£500

To increase participation in sporting activities as well as giving children the experience of working as a team.

Specialised training for teachers

£1400

To enable staff to have the confidence to teach PE more effectively.

To introduce pupils to new opportunities and experiences.

To provide staff with training and support to help teach high quality PE.

Transportation of children to inter-school sporting activities 

£1100

To encourage the participation of children in the School Games.

 

Resources to improve the provision of PE in school 

£1506

To ensure that all children have access to high quality resources to enable them to take part in sporting activities in school.
Healthy and Nutritional Eating Education  £1000

To help teach children the nutritional value of food and healthy eating.

External music system to support effective outdoor games/sports activity  £500

To motivate the children to increase participation and to encourage dance and other PE activitIies.

Specialised training subject lead. £600

The dedicated subject lead will ensure sustainability of activity within school for the children by giving other staff support/guidance to have the confidence to teach high quality PE sessions which are both engaging and interesting. 

Total

£13556 forecast and actual spend as at 29/03/2018 Planning underway to maximise effectiveness and impact of remaining funds at present e.g. Playground.

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