Total spending during academic year 2015-2016 = £8,000

Developed objectivesActionsProjected Cost and BudgetImpact
To increase skill level of staff in the delivery of quality swimming teaching.For teachers to observe quality swimming lessons by swimming teachers with a view to teaching swimming groups.

Teachers and TAs to be provided with CPD in a range of sports.
£3,000Teachers gained skills and increased confidence in P.E. teaching.

Staff have greater confidence and more responsibility over the teaching of swimming.

All PE lessons taught are showing progress and competitive opportunities.
To increase the prominence of intra-school competition in PE curriculumIntroduction of sports houses for all children.

Half termly intra-school sports events.
£500Intra-school sports events are established and occurring half termly meaning more opportunity for participation and competitive activities.
To increase the range of sporting activities and experience for all childrenIncrease the range of clubs and extra-curricular sporting opportunities available to all children.£1,500Children are provided with an increased range of sporting opportunities in and after school.

Clubs on offer have made significant increase on number of pupils doing sport after-school clubs.
To investment in the development of the schools grounds and sporting equipment.Audit of needs to decide upon priorities for new sports equipment.

Develop the outside areas of school to encourage and promote increased physical activity.
£2,000New sports equipment is making a positive impact upon teaching and learning in PE.

Investment in grounds leads to increased physical activity for all children.

To invest in sport kit for children and adults to wear when representing the school in sporting events.Buy in kit with school logo and in school colours in a range of sizes for children to wear for sporting events.

Purchase adult tops and jackets with school logo and colours to deliver PE and wear at sporting events.
£1,000Children are more willing to represent school in a range of sporting events, feel proud in their school kit and perform better. We have increased the number of sporting events we participate in and the success.

In 2016-2017 we have been allocated £8,000. This will be spent in the following ways;

  • To increase opportunity and success in sporting events and competitions including cost of transport and entry fees.
  • To increase the prominence of intra-school competition and the ‘walk a mile’ scheme.
  • To increase the range of sporting activities and experience for all children.
  • To invest in the development of the schools grounds and sporting equipment.
  • To invest in specific sports kits for children to wear when representing the school in different sporting events.

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