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P.E. & Sports Premium

PE Grant Funding

Schools have been issued with funding from the Government as part of the Sport Premium initiative. This sum of money is to be spent by the school on ‘improving the quality of sport and PE’.

Within HMFA, careful consideration has been given as to how this money was spent. Our rational for spending the money is;

  • To improve the quality of the sport and PE that we are already offering to the children in all of the federation schools, ensuring all children benefit from the funding.
  • Offer training opportunities to staff to improve teaching and learning and for CPD.
  • Ensure the school is able to participate in local tournaments and hold federation events.
  • Encourage more participation in a wider range of after school activities for all children.

As a result of these discussions we are very pleased to explain how the Sports Premium has impacted on PE provision and development during the academic year 2014-15, 2015-16 and our plans for 2016-17 expenditure:

PE STATEMENT 2016-17

For the academic year 2016-2017 Kings Caple Primary Academy has been allocated £8,185 sports funding from the government to enhance the P.E. provision of the school. This funding is given to all schools and the amount is based upon the number of pupils. We have used all of the allocation to employ a specialist P.E teacher (Mr Goodchild) for one day a week.

At Kings Caple Primary Academy he teaches across the school and he runs a weekly after school club offering a variety of sports activities throughout the year. Mr Goodchild also organises a number of competitive matches and sports festivals with other schools.

How this has impacted PE
Herefordshire Marches Federation of Academies has used the Sport Funding to employ three specialist PE teachers to work across all 7 schools in the wider federation. This has ensured that high quality PE lessons have been consistently taught in all schools.

Non specialist teachers have benefited by increasing their knowledge, understanding and confidence to teach PE. This has been achieved via regular observation and discussions with the specialist teachers and support with their planning if required, as well as centrally organised CPD sessions.

One example of CPD was the opportunity to work alongside qualified cricket coaches during their lessons and supported with specific resources for teaching their lessons.

Pupils have benefited from taking part in HMFA federation sporting events and festivals; these include netball, tag rugby and hockey tournaments, gymnastics and multi skills festivals and a federation athletics event which has involved KS1 and KS2 children. In addition to this there have been a number of friendly sporting fixtures between HMFA federation schools. Several of the federation tournaments have fed into the winter and summer school county games providing further sporting opportunities for the pupils.
The specialist PE teachers each run a weekly sports club at each of 7 federation schools. These are for Reception, KS 1 and KS 2 pupils and enabled every year group to access extra -curricular activities. These clubs have been full to capacity across the federation.

The collaboration has allowed the smaller schools such as Llangrove, Kings Caple and St Weonards to enter teams made of pupils from their combined schools into tournaments such as swimming galas which previously they would have struggled to enter as they had too few pupils.

As the specialist PE teachers are employed to work across all the HMFA schools, this allows for sharing of PE equipment to ensure that all pupils have access to sports equipment and therefore are able to participate in a greater range of sporting activities.

Date of Statement: September 2016
Date of Review: July 2017

PE STATEMENT 2015-16

For the academic year 2015-2016 Kings Caple Primary Academy has been allocated £8,175 sports funding from the government to enhance the P.E. provision of the school. This funding is given to all schools and the amount is based upon the number of pupils. We have used all of the allocation to employ a specialist P.E teacher for one day a week. Mr Goodchild is employed to work across the Herefordshire Marches Federation of Academies.
At Kings Caple Primary Academy he teaches across the school and he runs a weekly afterschool club offering a variety of sports activities throughout the year. Mr Goodchild also organises a number of competitive matches and sports festivals with other schools.
As a result of the funding a greater number of children are now involved in extra-curricular activities; and the school will be participating in a number of sporting events with other schools including football, quick sticks hockey, tag rugby and netball tournaments

PE STATEMENT 2014-15

For the academic year 2014-2015 Kings Caple Primary Academy received £8,145 sports funding from the government to enhance the P.E. provision of the school. This funding is given to all schools and the amount is based upon the number of pupils. We used all of the allocation to employ a specialist P.E teacher for one day a week. Mr Goodchild is employed to work across the Herefordshire Marches Federation of Academies. At Kings Caple he teaches across the school with the class Teaching Assistant working alongside him as part of their continued professional development. He runs a weekly afterschool club offering a variety of sports activities throughout the year. Mr Goodchild also organises a number of competitive matches and sports festivals with other schools.

As a result of the funding staff have developed in their confidence and skill in teaching across the P.E. curriculum; a greater number of children are now involved in extra-curricular activities; and the school has participated in a larger number of sporting events with other schools and triumphed in tag rugby, quick sticks hockey, tennis and athletics tournaments.

HOW THE SPORTS PREMIUM HAS IMPACTED HMFA

Herefordshire Marches Federation of Academies has used the Sport Funding to employ two specialist PE teachers to work across all 7 schools in the wider federation. This has ensured that high quality PE lessons have been consistently taught in all schools.

Non specialist teachers have benefited by increasing their knowledge, understanding and confidence to teach PE. This has been achieved via regular observation and discussions with the specialist teachers and support with their planning if required, as well as centrally organised CPD sessions.

One example of CPD was the opportunity to work alongside qualified cricket coaches during their lessons and supported with specific resources for teaching their lessons.

Pupils have benefited from taking part in HMFA federation sporting events and festivals; these include netball, tag rugby and hockey tournaments, gymnastics and multi skills festivals and a federation athletics event which has involved KS1 and KS2 children. In addition to this there have been a number of friendly sporting fixtures between HMFA federation schools. Several of the federation tournaments have fed into the winter and summer school county games providing further sporting opportunities for the pupils.

The specialist PE teachers each run a weekly sports club at each of 7 federation schools. These are for Reception, KS 1 and KS 2 pupils and enabled every year group to access extra -curricular activities. These clubs have been full to capacity across the federation.

The collaboration has allowed the smaller schools such as Llangrove, Kings Caple and St Weonards to enter teams made of pupils from their combined schools into tournaments such as swimming galas which previously they would have struggled to enter as they had too few pupils.

As the specialist PE teachers are employed to work across all the HMFA schools, this allows for sharing of PE equipment to ensure that all pupils have access to sports equipment and therefore are able to participate in a greater range of sporting activities.