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PE and Sport Premium

,In June 2013 the Government announced the allocation of £150 million per annum for the academic years 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20, with an increased allocation in 2020-21. The funding has been allocated to primary school to “improve the quality and breadth of physical education and sport provision, including increasing participation so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of”. The primary PE and sport premium will continue in 2020- 21 academic year.

The PE and School Sport Premium is part of a joint strategy supported and funded by the Department for Education (DfE), Department for Health (DfH) and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).

At St Cuthbert with St Matthias CofE Primary School, each pupil from YR to Y6 receives at least two hours of high quality physical education each week from our specialist PE tutor. Each lunch playtime we also provide structured sports activities for children

PE Grant Expenditure 2020–21

We are receiving a grant of £17, 720  in 2020-21 academic year.

In 2020–21 the funding will be spent on:

  • £4,000 swimming provision KS2 with a swimming tutor at local pools
  • £2,500 dance tutor
  • £11,000 specialist sports tutor providing structured sports at lunch time and after school sports clubs provision

We aim for the impact to be:

  • Quality PE delivery to children from YR to Y6 by a specialist sports tutor
  • We will enter children into league sports competitions organised by RBKC in football, swimming, athletics and multi sports
  • We have purchased additional PE equipment to enable quality PE to be delivered and structured PE to be delivered at playtimes 
  • PE standards to be improved with children accessing a greater range of sports at lunch time and after school and taking part in LA competitive sports
  • Between 20 and 40 children to participate daily in lunchtime sports
  • Children having access to quality dance provision by a dance tutor
  • We will work to engage in an Orienteering programme for KS2 with British Orienteering society

How the improvements will be sustainable in the future:

  • We will continue to provide a dance tutor
  • We have structured additional PE hours into each week to provide structured PE tuition (4 hours KS2; 3 hours KS1
  •  We will continue to provide swimming tuition for KS2
  • We will engage in regular Orienteering programme for kS2

 

 

PE Grant Expenditure 2019–20

We received a grant of £17, 500 in 2019-20 academic year.

In 2019– 20 the funding was spent on:

  • £4,000 swimming provision KS2 with a swimming tutor at local pools
  • £2,500 dance tutor
  • £11,000 specialist HLTA sports tutor providing structured sports at lunch time and after school sports clubs provision
 

The impact has been:

  • Quality PE delivery to children from YR to Y6 by a specialist sports HLTA
  • We have entered children into league sports competitions organised by RBK&C in football, swimming, athletics and multi sports.
  • We have purchased PE equipment to enable quality PE to be delivered
  • PE standards have improved with children accessing a greater range of sports at lunch time and after school and taking part in LA competitive sports
  • Between 20 and 40 children participate daily in lunchtime sports.
  • Children having access to quality dance provision by a dance tutor
How the improvements will be sustainable in the future:
  • We will continue to provide a dance tutor
  • We have structured additional PE hours into each week to provide structured PE tuition (4 hours KS2; 3 hours KS1
  •  We will continue to provide swimming tuition for KS2