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Rockmount Primary School

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PE Grant and Sports Funding Statement 2016-2017

 

Total PE and Sport Funding this academic year 2016-2017 is £9870. This funding is now guaranteed until 2020 and is ring fenced. School expenditure will be £16150. 

 

Brief overview of PE and sport provision in the school:

The school provides all pupils with the full entitlement of two hours high quality PE a week. This is delivered through two, 1 hour lessons. Units of work are blocked for each half term.

 

* Foundation stage: The lessons are structured at 2 sessions per week aimed at physical development. These are approximately 45 minutes and follow the    Early Learning Goals.

* Key Stage 1: 2 hours of high quality PE with a class teacher.

* Key Stage 2: 2 hours of high quality PE with a class teacher.

 

 The children in Year Groups Four to Six go swimming at Thornton Heath Leisure Centre. All swimming sessions will be taught by a swimming instructor with the support of the class teacher. All children in Key Stage 2 also complete a bikeability course.

 

Our school has recently partnered with the Crystal Palace Football Club Foundation to support the delivery of high quality teaching and learning in PE and wider sports provision. We employ a full time qualified sports coach to support teachers’ subject knowledge and assessment. In addition, the coach delivers skills training at playtime, lunchtimes and after school activities as well as supporting pupils in reading and mathematics.  In order to expand our pupils’ experience of different sports, we have a half termly ‘Sports Focus’ which includes: tag rugby, athletics, netball, cricket.

 

Children identified as being skilled in a specific sport also attend sporting events organised by the Croydon Schools Sports Partnership eg. Football tournaments, Gymnastics, Quick stick hockey, Tag Rugby, Athletics etc. Being successful in these events, could lead to children taking part in School Games.

 

Rockmount Primary School after school sports provision offers a variety of sports clubs throughout the year. Currently, this includes: football, karate, judo, contemporary dance, ballet, netball and multi-skills.

 

We will also have a variety of Intra-school festivals throughout the year: Multi-skills, Gymnastics and Intra-Athletics. The Headteachers oversee all sport provision. There is also a governor who is responsible for liaising with the school over the PE funding.

Rockmount Primary has achieved the GOLD Schools Games Mark

The School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Schools in England are able to assess themselves across bronze, silver and gold levels of the Mark. To achieve the GOLD LEVEL, our school has met all of the prerequisites, as well as the following:

 

Participation

·         provide all students with two hours of physical education per week (within the curriculum only); and have extra curriculum provision in addition to this

·         engage at least 50% of students in extracurricular sporting activity every week

 

The provision of support for talented young sports people

·         offer talented young sports people specific support to help them to develop their sporting potential

 

Competition

·       use the School Games formats to provide the opportunity for both boys and girls to take part in the appropriate level of competition

·         use the School Games formats to provide the opportunity through inter-school competition (Level 2) for both boys and girls to take part in ‘B’ and ‘C’ -team standard competition

·         promote the School Games to parents and the local community once a fortnight, this can include through social media

·         regularly feature match reports and competition results on the school website and in the local press

 

Workforce

·         every young person is provided the opportunity to ‘learn to lead’ through curriculum PE

·         engage at least 15% of students in leading, managing and officiating School Games activity

·         have a School Sport Organising Committee or Crew in place

·         utilise sports coaches to support school sport

·         train wider school staff to support school sport

 

Clubs

·         have active links with at least six local sports clubs

CPFC Foundation football courses

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Below is a breakdown of the spending for the academic year 2016-2017.

 

Click below for a PDF version of the statement.

 

Use of funding

Costing

Pupils access/Success criteria(based on impact on pupil outcomes)

Impact

 

Participating in Croydon Schools Sports Partnership events

 

 

Employing full time specialist sports coach from the Crystal Palace Football Club Foundation

 

 

£500.00

 

 

 

£13000

 

Intra school events.

 

CSSP events

 

Ensuring delivery of high quality teaching and learning in PE

Supporting assessment in PE

Upskilling teachers

 

Lunchtime clubs (included in CPFC Foundation contract)

 

All children have access.

 

It engages all children into physical activities

 

It has also improved the children’s behaviour by giving them a focused activity during lunchtime.

 

Providing cover for the PE-coordinator

£1200

 

 

Providing places for pupils in after school sports clubs

£450

 

 

Transport services

£500

Croydon Accessible Transport Service will transport children to event

 

 

Buying of new resources for PE lessons

£500

All pupils have access

 

Improved pupil progress in lessons

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