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"Good use is made of the primary school sport funding. Pupils enjoy good experiences in physical education and sport. They participate in a wide range of activities, such as cross country and orienteering, funded from the primary school sports initiative." OFSTED 2015

SPORTS PREMIUM FUNDING 2013/14

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Use of Primary School Sports Funding at Scholes Village Primary School

The government has provided 2 years of ring fenced funding to improve the provision of PE and sport in primary schools. The money has been provided by the Departments of Health, Education and culture, Media and Sport.

At Scholes School we aim to:

  • Place physical activity and well-being at the heart of the schools vision statement.

  • Improve teaching resources so that teachers can offer a more productive, inclusive and broader curriculum.

  • Provide a range of opportunities for pupils to compete in inter and intra school competitions.

  • Provide a greater range of sporting after school clubs.

  • Increase the profile of the schools sporting activities and achievements.

    How will we meet our aims?

    Specialists coaches will be brought in for helping guide teachers in teaching a fundamental skills based curriculum in KS1so that we are in line with the changes in the curriculum.

    Resources will be purchased to help implement any new areas of the P.E curriculum and to renew resources so that the curriculum taught will be inclusive and provide a range of opportunities.

    A specific area on the schools website dedicated to school sport.

    To consult with pupil’s, parents and staff regarding their opinion on the direction physical education at Scholes Primary should take.

    Intra and Inter school competitions will be planned and taken part in across the school year.

    Play leaders will be reintroduced to lunchtimes and training will be provided.

    What are our expected outcomes?

    Physical activity and well-being are at the heart of school.

    Planned investment leads to sustained improvements to the teaching of P.E across the school and school sport.

    The development and implementation of a varied, stimulating, inclusive and highly effective PE curriculum which responds to the wishes of all interested parties.

    The school is well resourced to provide physical education to all pupils.

    The pupil’s exposure to competitive sport is increased.

    Everyone involved with school is informed of children’s achievements and progress in school sport.

 

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