PE & Sports Premium
Each year the government provides additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools.
This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.
Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE, and have been given some freedom to choose how they do this.
Due to the skill and excellent teaching by our NPECTS qualified PE instructor, Mrs Lynsey Skate, PE at Emneth Academy is excellent and we are very proud of our children’s progress and achievements in PE.
Impact so far….
- Children are receiving high quality PE lessons delivered by confident well-qualified staff using a wide variety of great resources.
- There has been an increase in hosting/participation in competitive events with a wider range of children being given the opportunity to compete.
- There has been a dramatic increase in children voluntarily attending after school clubs and participating in lunchtime activities.
- Sporting aspirations are increasing and children are eager and proud to share their goals and achievements.
- Children are become more confident and competitive. Their self-esteem and confidence also continues to grow.
- We continue to forge link between ourselves, our families and the local community, particularly Grange Farm Swim School and All 4 Sport
Key Objectives 2017/2018
- Increase confidence, skills and knowledge of staff teaching PE and sport to improve quality of teaching and learning.
- Improve PE leadership at Emneth
- Increase participation in competitive sports
- Broaden and develop the sports and activities that we offer in school and within the local community.
- Continue to raise sporting aspirations and the profile of PE across the school.
Sports Funding 2017 – 2018
|Primary PE Sport Grant Awarded|
|Total number of pupils on roll||180 (Years 1-6)|
|Per pupil (£10 x 180)||£1,800|
1) Increase confidence, skills and knowledge of staff teaching PE and sport to improve quality of teaching and learning.
2) Improve PE leadership at Emneth
3) Increase participation in competitive sports
4) Broaden and develop the sports and activities that we offer in school and within the local community.
5) Continue to raise sporting aspirations and the profile of PE across the school.
|Activity/Action||Lead Person||Cost||Anticipated Outcome|
|Mrs L. Skate to undertake and complete Level 5 PE Specialism qualification (KO1)||LS||£1200||Up skilling of staff will ensure PE in all classes is consistently good or outstanding.|
|More cluster/trust sporting events are hosted and attended. (KO3)||LS||£1000||Children have the opportunity to specialise in specific sports and compete at competition level. L.S released to organise and oversee children at competitions.|
|Two curriculum enrichment activities (Emneth’s ‘Top 20!’) funded (KO4)||JB EG
|£4000||Every child participates in exciting Top 20 sporting events. Increased community links.|
|Contribute to the leasing of a school mini bus and transportation to sporting activities and competitions. (KO3)||AT
|£3000||With transport more affordable and easier to arrange, school can attend more events/competitions, which leads to more children accessing new sports and competitive sports.|
|To refurbish the school sports hall floor (KO 4 &5)||TH
|£5000||To improve the sports hall facilities so to allow various games/sports to be played more effectively.|
|Become a member of the AFPE and apply for the AFPE Quality Mark for Physical Education. (LO5)||LS
|£300||Raises the profile of PE, celebrates success and highlights the strengths and quality of PE within the school.|
|Purchase and launch “The Golden Mile”
|LS||£1000||Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity.|
|PE Passport purchased (KO2)||
|£500||Children’s progress will be effectively tracked, recorded, assessed & reported to SMT and Governors.|
|Total funding received||£17,800|
- Ensure we meet the requirements to achieve the AFPE Quality Sports Mark
- Continue to offer a variety of new sporting experiences – possibly rock climbing, golf and fencing.
- Continue to provide and develop extra curricular clubs to increase participation further – More equipment/ outdoor agencies required to facilitate this.
- Invest in lunchtime sport provisions to increase sporting and fitness opportunities at break and lunch time.