PE funding statement 2016.7.doc
Staplecross MCP School
PE Statement 2016/7 - £8,438
Our children love all forms of physical activity and we are grateful for the improvements we have been able to make because of the additional funding from the Government. Encouraging all children to benefit from different forms of PE is a vital part of our school aims. It also supports our Curriculum in helping them understand the benefits to their health and well-being.
This funding has helped us provide additional opportunities for all pupils, contributing to their social skills, as well as developing physical skills and abilities. We work hard to attain our Sainsbury's Bronze Award for School Sport which reflects the amount of sporting opportunities we are able to provide.
|Inter school sport||Contribution to Schools Games Partnership||£400||Opportunities for all pupils to participate in gym, athletics, running, games participation at inter school level|
| ||Transport||£150||Transport to enable KS2 to take part in Inter School Sports Athletics Tournament|
|Curriculum PE||Swimming coach||£600||Nine sessions of swimming for Key Stage 2: differentiated swimming groups to ensure effective teaching for competent to non-swimmers. |
| ||Brighton & Hove Albion Coach||£1,291.67|
- Skills enhancement for staff
- High quality PE lessons in:
Over the Net games
| ||Tennis nets and basketball posts ||£700||Development of additional sports choices for all pupils|
| ||Sport Safe UK||£32||Ensuring all gym equipment safe for pupil use|
| ||Hire of Village Hall||£949||Use of Village Hall for winter PE lessons|
|Playtimes||Assorted playtime equipment||£64||Access to playtime activities for all pupils|
| ||Timber Trail safety check|| |
Opportunities for adventurous play for all pupils
| ||Training course of MDSAs||£180||Staff development to encourage different active play choices.|
|Extra Curricular Activities||Brighton & Hove Albion Coach||See above|
Provision of free extra-curricular clubs for KS2:
| ||Crowborough School of Dance||£350||Continued provision of free Dance Clubs for all pupils|
Number of pupils participating in Extra Curricular Sports Clubs
|Cross Country Club||33|||| || |
|Netball||27|||| || |
|Football KS1|| || ||29|||
|Football KS2||16|||| || |
|Dance (2 Clubs)||10||||15|||
|Summer/Winter games||32|||| || |
94% of pupils attended at least one of the above clubs during the year 2015/6.
All clubs are provided free of charge to the children.
Hard to reach pupils
Encouraging all pupils in a healthy, active lifestyle is an integral part of our school aims in developing their choices for the future. As we plan different events during a school year, we look to include opportunities for every child to extend their experience of physical activities, their knowledge of how to maintain a healthy lifestyle and to enjoy the camaraderie of shared experiences and extend and challenge their own personal abilities.
This year, we participated in Sport Relief and planned a Sports Marathon afternoon where all pupils enjoyed the opportunity to join in with 9 different activities: volleyball, netball, hockey, cheerleading, yoga, cross country running, dance, baseball and crab football.
Terms 5 and 6 Athletics and cricket provided as curriculum sessions and extra-curricular club
MUGA contribution – tennis available for children and their families during the summer holidays
Alternative summer club to encourage physical activity: rambling, parachute
|June 2016 Questionnaire to pupils with regard to alternative extra-curricular activities - results|
- Running club
- Cross country club
- Tennis club
- A greater variety of sports offered during Summer/Winter games (golf, cricket rounders)