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PE and Sports Premium 2022-2023
PE and Sport Premium is a Government initiative that targets additional funding for schools aimed at making additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sports activities and experiences offered to pupils.
Allocation in 2016-17 £8245; 2017-18 £13,100; 2018-19 £16,651; 2019-20 £16,727 2022 – 2023 £16,920. This is based on the number of pupils in Years 1 to 6 at the January census.
At Cleaswell Hill, we are committed to using this money to the best effect, which includes combining it with other resources, or working with others to maximise its impact. This will lead to long lasting impact and sustaining improvement. We want to ensure that we:
- Prioritise the physical ability of all our pupils to engage with a wide range of physical, movement and sensory therapeutic activities to maximum benefit
- To develop staff skills and knowledge in supporting these interventions and strategies
- To provide appropriate physical curriculum, equipment and resources.
- To allow pupils to play in a range of sports and experience rules within small sided game situations.
We target the PE and Sports Premium at:
- Providing swimming lessons for pupils to enable competence to a distance of 25m
- Specialist sports coaches to plan and deliver small group and whole class PE, lunch time and dinner time clubs.
- Enhancement of school grounds and playtime resources, specifically linked to outdoor play, learning, sport specific and opening for community use.
- Improved staff knowledge and expertise enabling the implementation of improved strategies with pupils, and supporting them to better access physical and sensory therapeutic learning environments
- Resources, equipment and opportunities for pupils’ physical activity, promoting healthy lifestyles, supporting engagement, interaction and communication across the physical curriculum
- Continue to develop afterschool and lunch time clubs alongside sessions for the local community
- To deliver two holidays camps to pupils during a range of school holidays.
- Continue to use a range of outside agencies to provide specialised coaching/ experiences such as PFC Professional football coaching, DfE, Little Movers, Sophie-Dance Company and NUFC Football Foundation.
- Continue to implement hydrotherapy sessions to pupils across school using specialist equipment tailored to pupils needs and specialised staff training.
- Continue to implement rebound therapy sessions to pupils across school using specialist equipment tailored to pupils needs and specialised staff training.
- To experience a range of school visits to use facilities, take part in a school game or experience PE related activities
- To experience and take part in a range of PE related activities during health and wellbeing week.
These priorities are informed by an analysis of the effectiveness of the school from a variety of sources, including pupil progress, information from parents/carers, visiting agencies, internal and external audits and questionnaires.
We measure the impact of this funding in the following ways:
- Measuring progress during the period of the activity
- Measuring participation of pupils and families
- Measuring parental satisfaction
All of this information, together with termly pupil progress data and reports from pupils’ Annual Review meetings, show that the strategies and interventions made possible with Pupil Premium funding are having a positive impact on pupil achievement.
Evidencing the impact of the PE and Sport Premium 2022-23
Evidencing the impact of the PE and Sport Premium 2021-22