Sports Premium

From 2013 until 2016, the Government is investing £450 million per year in the improvement of the quality of the PE and sporting activities offered to children in primary schools.

Schools will receive a lump sum of £8,000 each, with an additional £5 per pupil ‘top up’. This funding is to be used for PE and school sport.

 

How this will be spent at Pedmore CE Primary School

 

What Was Spent Previously (2015-16)

  • Specialist sports coach working in school one day every week, covering a range of sports. Coach not only works with children but also with staff to develop their curriculum knowledge. – £7040.00
  • After-school sports clubs run by sports coach (as above).
  • Sports Ambassadors Scheme. The Albion Foundation run the scheme which we have focused on Year 5 to develop them as sports ambassadors within school. – £1650.00
  • Extra PE equipment. – £500.00
  • Transport to competitions/sports activities with local schools. – £400.00

Current Spending

  • Specialist sports coach working in school one day every week, covering a range of sports. Coach not only works with children but also with staff to develop their curriculum knowledge. – £7040.00
  • After-school sports clubs run by sports coach (as above).
  • Sports Ambassadors Scheme. The Albion Foundation run the scheme which we have focused on Year 5 to develop them as sports ambassadors within school. – £1650.00
  • Further after-schools sports activities. – £350.00
  • Transport to competitions/sports activities with local schools. – £350.00
Children Accessing Sports Outside School
Number Of Children Impacted By Improved Sports Provision
Number Of Extra Competitions Entered
Children Who, Through Surveys, Enjoy PE In School
Attendance In School
Teaching Staff Who Are More Confident Delivering All Aspects Of PE