PE Grant

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PE Grant and Sports Funding 2015/16

As part of the Government Sports’ Premium funding which is being provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, St. Elphege’s Infants School will receive £5101 and the Junior school will receive £7438 this year. This funding is being provided to improve PE and Sport provision in school.

The schools deliver high quality PE and extra sporting opportunities which allow pupils to develop their skills, knowledge and talents. After conducting PE lesson observations, gaps in knowledge were identified and were addressed through staff training & support to ensure all staff had the confidence and knowledge to provide high quality provision.

The schools have joined the School Sports Partnerships (SSP) along with other schools in the borough to increase networking opportunities and sharing of good practise. A designated development officer has been assigned to the schools to support with planning and delivering of high quality PE lessons.

The school will measure the impact of the plan to ensure it is having maximum benefit for all pupils.


Target AreaAction and Cost DetailsSuccess Criteria to measure impactTimescales

Improve teachers’ subject knowledge and expertise.

Staff professional development through direct mentoring support from a sports specialist company & support from SSP development officer.

Cost: £4,000 

Continual professional development courses led by PE specialists from the SSP (REAL PE training).

Cost: £2,000

REAL PE resources are being used y1-y6. 

Improved learning for children and improved teacher knowledge. 

Teaching staff will have the increased knowledge and confidence to deliver high quality P.E. lessons beyond the period of funding.

Autumn 2015, Spring & Summer 2016

To support new year group teachers with lesson planning and delivering

Skills based PE scheme introduced and PE lessons taught by a sports specialist.

Premier Sports have come in and taught a range of sports to classes across Key Stage 1 & 2. The Sports and Community Coordinator and PE Coordinator have observed, supported and team taught with NQTs and new members of staff.

Cost: £1000

PE Coordinator will oversee PE planning in school & provide support and feedback to ensure high quality PE lessons are being delivered.

PE coordinator will attend PE cluster meetings with other PE coordinators in the Borough to share knowledge & improve inter-school relationships.


Updated PE scheme improves children’s basic games skills and creates opportunities for them to develop their knowledge and understanding of new sports.

Evidence -based pupil progress tracking for PE

Liaising with other schools will allow staff to share expertise and help develop their knowledge to improve children’s learning.

Autumn 2015, Spring & Summer 2016

Provide further opportunities for children to compete in sport.

PE specialists to organise and run various sporting competitions in the Borough. (Tag rugby league)

Sports facilities and grounds enable our school to host various competitions.

Children have the opportunity to enter a range of tournaments and leagues within the Borough and Surrey.

Membership with Sainsbury’s School Sports. Whole school sports day (assisted by SSP development officer).

Swimming £1,750

This year, for the first time, children participated in the Catholic School’s football and netball competitions.

Increased opportunities for children to participate in inter-school competitions.

Improves links with other local schools.

Children will be motivated to continue with their participation in sport beyond primary school and outside of school.

Encourages more children to take part in intra-school competitions and lead healthier lifestyles.

Opportunities for gifted and talented children to excel.

Autumn 2015, Spring & Summer 2016

Ensure all pupils participate in school sport according to age, talent and ability.

Sports specialist PE Teacher inspires children during lessons.

Ensure children have access to quality equipment during P.E. sessions and after school clubs.

Outstanding PE lessons taught to every year group will promote pupils’ desire to be fit and healthy. Use of quality equipment will help develop a range of PE skills and enjoyment of sports participation.

Spring & Summer 2016

Increase participation in a range of lunchtime and after school clubs.

 Extra curricular, breakfast & lunchtime clubs run by school staff & external companies (Premier Sport, Twisters) to encourage children to lead a healthier lifestyle.

Costs: £1,100

Year 6 sports leaders to run lunchtime activities for KS1 pupils.

School website kept up to date for parents to see the range of sports offered.

More children take part in sports clubs, developing their social and team work skills, improving their interaction with their peers across the school.

Improved awareness of own fitness and healthy eating.

Opportunities for the less active pupils to take part in a wider variety of sports that may interest them.

Autumn 2015, Spring & Summer 2016 

Inspire resilience and promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.

School participation in competitive sports such as:

Football, netball, athletics, tag rugby, cycling, tri golf and indoor athletics.

Activities on offer daily include:

Multi-skills breakfast club

Lunchtime multi-skills club

Year 6 sports leaders activities

After school clubs (netball, multiskills, cheerleading, football, athletics)

Cost: Supply cover for staff £1,150

Increased awareness of personal health and well-being, healthy eating and SMSC

Develops the whole child through:
- Improved concentration in lessons

-Attitude and behaviour on the playground.

Spring 2016

School to School Support

Planning, organisation & hosting  borough sporting events

Cost: Supply cover and administration £900

Increased participation for children in a wide variety of sports an dopportunities to take part in school to school competitions.

Autumn 2015, Spring & Summer 2016


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