PE & Sport

Primary Schools Sport’s funding:

At Woodley, we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of our children. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children. We have always been committed to providing children with a strong program of sporting activities and our Primary School Sport’s Funding is enabling us to continue to extend our provision for all our pupils, ensuring that each child will experience the benefits. We have developed an action plan in order to continue to improve PE provision and raise achievement for all pupils in sport.

How much do we get?

Each school receives £16,000, plus £5 per pupil on role in January. This is allocated in two payments in September and April. For the school year 2019/2020 Woodley Primary School received £ 20012.00

 

Our current priorities for spending the funding:

  • Develop staff expertise in teaching gymnastics, dance and games, in partnership with Werneth School.
  • Provide support and training to enable school staff to deliver high quality PE
  • Update gymnastics equipment to provide additional challenge for pupils.
  • Support and continue the development of an active lunchtime playground.
  • Continue to provide quality coaches for working in partnership with class teachers to deliver some PE lessons across the school.
  • Increase participation in sport through the provision of a wide range of extra-curricular clubs.
  • Provide a wider range of activities to engage the less engaged and cater for SEN pupils.
  • Increase participation in inter and intra school competitions and tournaments through membership of our local sports partnership.
  • Increase children’s awareness of how to live a healthy lifestyle through Freddy Fit and health focused days.
  • Develop leadership opportunities for pupils through the play leader system.
  • Ensure pupils leaving year 6 meet the National Curriculum swimming requirements of being able to swim 25m through providing additional swimming teachers for year 3- restricted due to COVID

 

Extra – curricular

To increase participation in extra-curricular activities:

  • Sports coaches employed at lunchtime to increase physical activity and support lunchtime staff in the management of behaviour.
  • Variety of sporting opportunity accessible to all children through the provision of a wide range of extra-curricular activities.
  • Increased participation levels of pupils, and interest, in a range of sports in after school clubs.
  • Continue to build links with local sporting establishments, providing pathways for children to progress.
  • Increase participation in sport through the provision of additional extra-curricular clubs.
  • Provide a wider range of activities to engage the less engaged and cater for SEN pupils.

 

Impact of funding

  • Bronze Active Mark achieved
  • 100% of children active for part of lunch time (school survey)
  • Increased participation in extra-curricular sport, with activities targeted at some of our less engaged pupils and involvement encouraged through providing transport to competition events
  • Inter school competition opportunities for children from Y1 to Y6- reduced due to COVID
  • Staff supported in curriculum delivery

 

  • 4 members of staff supported by specialist PE teacher in order to raise standards in delivery of PE

 

  • Children across 2 year groups had specialist coaches deliver cricket and golf teaching as part of their school PE lessons, raising standards for pupils and skills for staff as part of CPD

 

Summary of spending 2019/2020

 

Total amount received

£20,012

Total amount spent

£21796

 

 

Initiative:

 

 

School Sports Partnership- access to specialist PE teacher, cluster network and cluster sporting events CPD for staff, level 2 competitions within the cluster and the borough of Stockport

 

£4692

Active lunchtimes and extra-curricular activities provided by Elite sports coaches across the key stages to encourage children to be active throughout the day and maintain good playground behaviour

 

£15974

Specialist cricket and golf coaches to provide teaching and CPD alongside class teachers, improving range of activities provided and high quality PE.

 

£350

New playground gymnastics equipment for use by children from years 3-6 for use in PE lessons also, encourage all children to be active.

 

£976

Healthy Activity days provided by Freddy Fit- day for each key stage where children are active, engaged and taught about the importance of healthy choices, lifestyles and maintaining whole body and mind health.

 

£780