Primary Schools PE and Sport Funding
To support schools to deliver outstanding PE and school sport, the Government is providing funding for schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. We expect to be allocated £8000+ for the academic year 2016-17. Details of our sporting provision is listed below:
- Specialist gym teachers will be teaching Year 3- 6 in the academic year 2016-17. They will be following the British Gym Core Proficiency Award Scheme and the key steps.
- PE Gym kit is red or black shorts and white t-shirts. Bare feet and hair tied back. Strictly no earrings for safety reasons.
- Professional sports coaches visit during the academic year and work with a number of teachers once a week on games skills.
- Professional development for teachers – sports coaches will work alongside teachers during PE lesson.
- Sports days will take place at Bursar and are used to develop sportsmanship through competitions, as well as developing participation for enjoyment.
- Staff participate and can access CPD training as part of the NE Lincolnshire School Sports Partnership.
- We are part of the NE Lincolnshire Schools Sport Partnership which organises sport festivals and competitions with other schools throughout the academic year.
- Year 4 participate in swimming lessons for 10 consecutive weeks.
- Year 5 and Year 6 pupils who have not achieved 25m also have further swimming lessons in the Summer term.
- Improving outdoor learning experiences for all children.
- Up-to-date PE equipment.
- After school varied Sports Clubs run both by teachers and coaches.
For further information on sporting afterschool clubs, competitions and events in this region please use the following website: http://www.nelssp.co.uk/
A copy of the Humber Sports Partnership newsletter can be accessed using the external link below.
For further information please download our PE policy and PE long term plan using the links below. Our sporting fixtures for this academic year can also be accessed below along with the hall timetable. The impact of the sports funding money 2015-16 can also be viewed along with the sports premium 2016-17 funding allocation.