Lazonby C. of E. School

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24th September 17
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PE & Sports Funding

PE and Sport Premium reporting

 

Annually the Government provides additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of Health, Well Being, PE and sport in schools.

Financial Year: September 2016 to August 2017 Approved Budget

Total Spend for September 2016 to August 2017 = £11389.77

 

Detailed Expenditures

 

 

 

Spend to date

Projected spend

Total

Sport Equipment

£1092.98

£1075

£2167.98

Healthy Eating

£57.67

£0

 

£57.67

UDance

178.21

£0

£178.21

Swimming  - Festival and lessons

£0

£1000

£1000

John Muir + Bushcraft

£0

£175

£175

Travel to sports events

£620

 

£1020

£1640

Jigsaw

£0

£250

£250

Sports Partnership

£2197

£0

£2197

Coaching

£525

£0

£525

Archie B

£0

£280

£280

Outdoor and Adventurous Activiites

£0

£900

£900

Staff Training

£235

£110

£345

Playground Equipment

£0

£1600

£1600

TOTAL

£4706

 

6659.95

 

This would leave a carry over of £73.91

 

 

Impact of sports funding  and leading a Healthy Active Lifestyle

 

 

Sports Equipment:

A review of the schools sport equipment and funds has been used to upgrade our PE equipment in school.  

 

Swimming  -

Lazonby school holds a local swimming gala where the consortium schools participate. This is for years 3 to 6. Swimming is a statuary curriculum area in school. This year all children from Reception to Year 6 have swimming lessons. This is done everyday in a 2 week block in the summer term.

 

Sports Partnership

Membership of this group enables our children to participate in sports coaching and local schools competitions. This includes:

 

·      Netball

·      Football

·      Multi sports

·      Swimming gala

·      Gymnastics

·      Orienteering

·      Tennis

·      Tag Rugby

·      Kwik Cricket

·      Basic Moves

·      Cross country

·      Tri Golf

·      U Dance

 

Due to skilled specialist coaches children’s skills have improved, multi skills sessions showed year one and two children were lacking in throwing and catching skills, these were worked on during after school sessions and the children’s ability improved.

 

School Transport.

 

Living in a rural location many of the sporting events that take place require the hire of a bus to take children to the different events across the Eden district. The sports funning has enabled us to take both KS1 and KS2 groups out.  

 

 

John Muir and Rchie B project. Both of these projects use skills, values and visions to help our children develop a healthy bod and healthy mind. Alongside this there is work in the community both locally and through on a global stage through the word we do with Fair Trade.

 

Outdoor and Adventurous Activities

As part of the curriculum the school will access professional outdoor instructors to cover this part of the curriculum. This will be through residential activites and specific class sessions.

 

Staff Training.

Continued professional development of staff to raise the profile, quality and staff confidence in the delivery of PE ad Outdoor and adventurous activities.

 

Sustainable Improvements

 

This year we continue to use the Jigsaw PHSE Scheme of work and have extended this with extra resources..  The Jigsaw Scheme of work has been purchased and implemented throughout the school and is also used for collective worship. Areas covered include: Being me in my world, Celebrating Differences, Dreams and Goals, Healthy Me, Relationships, Changing Me. This is now taught as a discreet subject.

 

This has had a positive impact for both staff and children on Personal, Social, Cultural and Spiritual development.