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LONS INFANT SCHOOL

Learning, Opportunities, Nurturing, Success (LONS)

  1. Key Information
  2. Sports Funding

Sports Funding

 

During the financial year 2015/2016 every school in the country has been given extra funding from the government to improve Physical Education in schools. The government saw this happening in a number of ways: the money could be used to give teachers and teaching assistants more training in teaching PE; specialist sports coaches could be brought in to help increase the skill levels of staff in delivering PE; money could be spent on facilities and equipment for PE and sport in school; more children would take part in PE, therefore reducing obesity levels in children and promoting healthier lifestyles. This money, £8000 per school, plus some extra depending on the number of children in your school, was initially for one year but has now been extended for a further 4 years.

At Lons Infant School we receive an amount of money to raise participation in sports, competitions and encourage healthy lifestyles. We have decided to spend the money in the following ways:

  • collaboration with 3 local schools to fund a sports coach 1 day per week per school providing lesson delivery, staff training, lunchtime and after school clubs.
  • membership to the school sports partnership

 

Sports Premium 

 

2017/2018

What? Price Impact
To deliver high quality pe and continue to develop staff confidence in the delivery of PE £6000 Development of staff knowledge and staff confidence in delivery of PE.
To develop mindfulness and breathing techniques through yoga £6000 Assessment shows development of skills in both children and staff. 
To introduce different sporting experiences e.g. dance, gymnastics, swimming throughout the year.  £1500 A full range of sporting experience throughout the year developing a full range of skills. 
To keep pe coordinator up to date through sports partnership and training. £600 PE coordinator kept up to date with developments and skills.

Total: £14,100

2018/2019

What is funding being used for? Cost Impact 
To deliver high quality PE and to develop staff confidence and skills in the delivery of PE.  £6000
To develop mindfulness and breathing techniques through yoga. £3000
To introduce a wide range of sporting experiences throughout the academic year e.g. dance, gymnastics, swimming.  £1500
To keep PE coordinator up to date through the sports partnership and training.  £600
To train a staff member to administer the forest school programme across all year groups.  £1000
Total: £12,100