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Sports Grant

Sports Grant 2016/17

 

Physical Education and Sport Grant

Physical Education & Sport Grant (PESG)
Total number of pupils on roll (excluding F1) 202 (January 2016 Census)
Total number of pupils eligible for PESG 202
Total Amount of Physical Education & Sports Grant £9000

 

Background & Context of PESG
PESG was introduced from April 2013 so that schools could improve the quality and breadth of their physical and sport education.  Funding is available for the academic years 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016/17.

Schools are free to determine how best to use this funding with the expectation that there will be an increased participation by primary aged pupils in PE & Sport so that they develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.

From September 2013, inspectors will assess and report on how effectively this funding is being used to improve PE & Sports provision.

 

Rationale of PESG
Coleridge Primary is committed to enabling all pupils to achieve to the best of their abilities.  As well as adopting healthy lifestyles we want our children to enjoy, regularly participate in and reach the highest sporting performance level they are capable of.
PESG Project Spending
Project Objective Cost Outcome
Qualified Sports Coaches (Live & Learn Sports)

CPD in PE & Sport Release Time

Employ Live & Learn Sports coaches to work alongside teachers in lessons to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in teaching PE and Sports

Allocate release time for members of staff to work alongside Live & Learn Sports Coaches.

£13,800 Teachers are skilled up in their knowledge and understanding of teaching PE and Sports.

Teachers are confident in teaching PE and Sports

Children receive high quality tuition

Children gain a love of Sports and PE

Children are able to access a range of after school provision

Children are given opportunities to try a range of sporting activities

Children’s access to quality PE and Sports is maximised by providing quality break and lunchtime activities

The quality of teaching and learning of PE and Sport is at least good

CPD in PE & Sport – Professional training Provide high quality training from a qualified sports coach (AD) No Cost
Before/After School Clubs Provide opportunities for children to access sports clubs delivered by Live & Learn.

Provide children with high quality training

Included in cost of Live & Learn
Breakfast Time Sports Fixtures Training Provide training for/Support staff to prepare children for upcoming sports fixtures. BM

No Cost – included in cost of Live & Learn

Live & Learn Events/festivals Children are given the opportunity to compete against teams from other settings. Contribution towards cost of festivals & Hiring of coach/minibus (varied)
Grant =  £9000

 

Sports Grant 2015/16

PESG – Evaluation 2015/16

Download Evaluation of 2015/16 Sports Grant

 


 

Physical Education Grant Allocation

This year the government has given all schools a special grant to help improve opportunities for children to take part in quality Physical Education activities. Our allocation so far has been £5416.00

At Coleridge we are using the money to pay for a specialist PE Coaching Team, Live and Learn Sports, to work alongside our teachers to improve their teaching of PE. They also deliver

  • Before and after school clubs
  • Two days of high quality sports delivery during curriculum time
  • Two days of high quality Continual Professional Development (CPD) for all class teachers.

Impact 

  • An increase in the number of children taking part in before and after school sport which contributes to the health and wellbeing of all the children involved
  • An increase in the percentage of good or better PE lessons
  • An increase in the confidence and skills of teachers in delivering PE lessons
  • An accurate assessment of the PE skills of all pupils.