PE & Sports Premium Grant Plan 2018-19

Pupils Eligible for PE & Sports Premium

Total number of pupils on roll

Qualifying Primary Pupils

Amount per Primary Pupil

Base Funding                                 

169

 

66

£10

£16,000

Subtotal

 

£660

 

 

Total Primary Pupil Eligibility for 2018/19 :

 

£16,660

 

Planned use of PE & Sports Premium 2018/19 (Academic Year)

Intended Pupil Outcome     

Aims

 

Costs

 

Objectives

 

Impact / Outcome

All primary pupils experience coaching in at least one new activity

 

All primary pupils have the opportunity to participate in intra-school sport

To broaden range of physical activity as part of healthy lifestyle

 

To increase participation in competition

 

To encourage participation in school sport at intra school level

Membership £2860

 

Cover costs

£200

 

Specialist coaching costs      £800

  • Subscribe to Chorley Sports Partnership
  • Attend PLT days, planning and evaluation meetings
  • Negotiate timetable of CSP coaching support
  • Arrange additional specialist coaching
  • Implement timetable of specialist coaching support
 
All primary pupils to receive high quality PE lessons delivered with confidence To improve knowledge, skills and confidence of non-specialist PE teachers in the delivery of high quality PE lessons Training costs      £400
  • Identify suitable staff for training
  • Identify PE training providers 
  • Secure place courses
  • Staff to complete training
 
Identified G&T primary pupils have the opportunity to specialist coaching via community clubs

To increase participation in competition

 

To encourage participation in sport at a club level

Transport costs      £200
  • Identify suitable G&T pupils
  • Identify suitable club training
  • Arrange staffing and transport
 
Identified primary pupils have the opportunity to compete at inter-school level.

To increase participation in competition

 

To encourage participation in school sport at inter school level

Transport costs

£800

  • Identify range of suitable competitions
  • Arrange entries
  • Select teams
  • Arrange Transport
 
All primary pupils participate in regular cycling activities as part of a healthy lifestyle To facilitate cycling as a curriculum activity as part of developing a healthy lifestyle

Assessment costs      £200

 

Purchase digi bikes for young pupils £200

 

Service and replacement costs       £400

  • Staff to complete CYTEK assessment
  • Purchase digi bikes
  • Arrange regular maintenance of cycle fleet
  • Replace worn out equipment
 
All primary pupils have the opportunity to participate in at least two appropriate outdoor and adventurous activities To enhance the PE curriculum with outdoor and adventurous activity

O&AA costs

£5000

  • Identify suitable on-site activity
  • Identify suitable off-site providers
  • Make bookings
  • Arrange transport if required
 
All primary pupils have access to a member of staff confident and trained in the delivery of high quality outdoor and adventurous activity To facilitate the in house delivery of outdoor and adventurous activity

Assessment costs      £200

 

Equipment costs

£400

  • Staff to complete BELA assessment
  • Arrange audit / assessment of OAAA equipment stock
  • Replace worn out equipment
 
All primary pupils make use of stimulating and structured outdoor play facilities for 30 minutes daily during break times To improve outdoor play facilities to enable more physical activities to take part at playtime and lunchtime Play equipment £500
  • Arrange audit / assessment of outdoor play equipment
  • Replace worn out equipment
  • Arrange training for staff supervising outdoor play
 
Identified pupils have improved their ability to self and mutually regulate through rebound therapy sessions To facilitate the in house delivery of rebound therapy as part of both the PE and sensory curriculum Purchase Contribution £4500
  • Identify suitable trampoline
  • Source additional funding
  • Order suitable trampoline and safety equipment
  • Arrange appropriate safety training for staff
 
Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety 0% of Year 6 Cohort     This is as a result of the learning conditions of the pupils.
Can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 meters Currently 2 of our Year 6 pupils can swim 25 meters (16%)     This is as a result of the learning conditions of the pupils.
Can use a range of strokes effectively 1 out of 12 (8%)     This is as a result of the learning conditions of the pupils.
Can perform a safe-rescue in different water based situations 0%     This is as a result of the learning conditions of the pupils.