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PE and Sport Premium

PE & Sport Premium at Lons Infant School

Every school is given extra funding (based on the number of children on roll) from the Government to improve physical education (PE) in schools. The Government see this happening in a number of ways:

  • the money can be used to give teachers and teaching assistants more training in PE;
  • specialist sports coaches can be brought in to help increase the skill levels of staff in delivering PE;
  • the money can be spent on facilities and equipment for PE and sports in school;
  • to encourage more children to take part in PE, therefore reducing obesity levels in children and promoting healthier lifestyles.

 

2020/2021 (allocation of £16,548, plus a carry forward figure of £4,783 from 2019/2020 - total allocation of £21,331)

This funding will be spent on:

  • developing high quality PE and to develop staff confidence and skills in the delivery of PE through working with sports coaches - £6,500;
  • developing mindfulness, breathing techniques and calming techniques through weekly yoga sessions - £2,500;
  • introducing a wide range of sporting activities throughout the year e.g. swimming, gymnastics, dance and enter competitions with other schools - £2,000;
  • keeping the PE coordinator up to date through the sports partnership ad training throughout the year - £800;
  • further training for a sports leader for lunchtime - £500;
  • developing wellbeing, mental and physical wellbeing through Breathe - £200;
  • auditing PE equipment non-contact time for PE coordinator - £200;
  • replacing PE equipment where needed - £6,000;
  • training a staff member in Forest School (Level 3) - £1,000;
  • providing equipment for sports day - £1000.

        Total = £20,700

 

2019/2020 (allocation of £14,800)

What was the funding used for? 

 

 

Cost 

 

 

Impact

 

  

To develop high quality PE and to develop staff confidence and skills in the delivery of PE through working with sports coaches  

£8,000 

Staff developed skills in athletics, dance and gymnastics coaching. COVID-19 meant that sessions stopped in March without the full programme being taught.  

To develop mindfulness, breathing techniques and calming techniques through weekly yoga sessions  

£3,500 

Yoga was successful with the children and staff found the children engaged well and became more focused on physical wellbeing. This again stopped before the full programme was completed.  

To introduce a wide range of sporting activities throughout the year e.g. swimming, gymnastics, dance and enter competitions with other schools  

£2,000 

Children had experience of dance, gymnastics and athletics until March 2020. Swimming was cancelled due to COVID-19.  

To keep the PE coordinator up to date through the sports partnership ad training throughout the year.  

£800 

PE coordinator attending training where appropriate and kept up to date with latest developments in PE.  

To train a sports leader for lunchtime  

£500 

Books were purchased but no external training took place due to COVID-19.  

Total  

£14,800 

Spent £11,765  

 

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