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PE and Sport Funding

Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

 

The government has been providing funding of £150 million per annum since the academic year 2013/2014. Every school in the UK has received £8000 plus an additional £5 per pupil. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport is only to be spent on sport and PE provision in schools but each school has the freedom to choose how they do this.

 

Our funding is used to help all children, regardless of sporting ability, continue to receive a high level of PE provision.

 

Please see below how Collingwood Primary spent their PE funding in 2020/21

Please see below how Collingwood Primary spent their PE funding 2021/22

Please see below how Collingwood Primary spent their PE funding 2022-23

Please see below how we intend to spend our PE funding at Collingwood Primary 2023-24

 

Since the academic year 2017/2018, the funding provided to schools has been doubled. This has further enhanced our ability to target and develop specific areas of the PE curriculum and in turn continue to provide high quality PE provision. As part of this initiative, Collingwood Primary School regularly looks at and identifies how we can improve our provision of PE and sport in order to meet the requirements set down by Ofsted and the curriculum.

 

We use our funding for:

 

  • Specialist sports coaches to work alongside existing staff within both KS1 and KS2. 
  • High quality training for staff.
  • Transport to and from sporting events and activities that cannot be held at our school.
  • High quality resources that will ensure all children are able to participate for sustained periods of time.
  • Extra curricular sports clubs (e.g. football, multi-sports, dance, rugby, gymnastics, martial arts, cricket) for all children across the school ran by specialist coaches.
  • Healthy lifestyle sessions delivered by outside agencies.
  • Providing incentives directly linked to school attendance.
  • Top up swimming to help children swim competently and achieve a distance of at least 25metres, as set out in the National Curriculum (23/43 Year 6 children have achieved this during the current academic year 22/23).

 

The funding has had a significant impact on the popularity and provision of our sporting clubs with more PE clubs being offered (by staff and coaches) and more children participating in them. Children are rewarded for their commitment to clubs in an effort to ensure they experience the extra coaching or teaching for the whole term, rather than give up after a short period of time. This is particularly important in sport when time, effort and commitment are paramount to success and achievement. As a result, through a wide variety of clubs offered since the introduction of the additional funding, our success in sporting competitions has also improved, most noticeable in rounders, cricket, netball, hockey and football with school teams reaching the final stages of competitions and indeed winning many of the matches played.

 

P.E. is undertaken right throughout the school and is the most important activity leading towards good physical co-ordination and agile movement. To be excused from PE for a longer time would require a note from a doctor.  Correct kit is essential: trainers, black shorts or jogging bottoms, yellow polo shirts (available with the logo at a cost of £7.50 from the school office). It is an enjoyable subject and all children are to take part unless a note from parents is produced.  All jewellery must be removed and clothing named.  Children should not wear ear-rings until they are old enough to remove them themselves.  In line with health and safety guidelines, only small studs must be worn at school.  Older children will take part in organised games, athletics and swimming.  

Please look at our PE overview and Progression of Skills document. These inform you of the different PE units our staff, including our coaches, deliver across the school year and also detail the skills and objectives that are taught to the children.

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