PE and Sports Premium
PE and Sports Premium
The PE Curriculum
Take a look at our PE Curriculum Overview document to see what the pupils at Woodhouse West Primary School will be learning about in PE this year. Sports Premium Funding supports our PE provision; please see below for more details. Additional documents relating to PE and School Sport can also be found on this page.
PE Curriculum Map
PE Timetable 2020-2021
On your child/children’s PE days, they can come to school dressed in their PE kits. They do not need to bring their uniform to change into later in the day.
As it getting cooler, we are advising that they wear jogging bottoms and a hoodie/jacket to keep them warm as all the PE slots will be outside unless there are extreme weather conditions e.g heavy rain, ice or snow.
What is Sports Premium Funding?
The Sports Premium Funding is an initiative facilitated by the current Government to enhance the provision of P.E. and School Sport in primary schools. The funding, a direct response to London 2012, has been available to primary schools since 2013-2014 and will be until 2020. Each year, primary schools receive a lump sum depending on the number of pupils on roll and then a further £10.00 per pupil on roll.
Initially, the funding that Woodhouse West Primary received allowed the school to continue developing its provision. The school will continue to develop its P.E. curriculum, providing a rich, varied and balanced provision with resources enhanced, providing quality staff CPD and high quality teaching and learning for all children. It will also provide further exciting opportunities for all children to be challenged and allow them to compete in school and out of school.
The Association for Physical Education (afPE) website provides advice on how the Primary PE & Sport Premium should be used.
What did Woodhouse West Primary receive and how did we spend the funding in 2019/20?
For the academic year 2019/20, we received £19,040 of Sports Premium funding. The funding enabled us to increase our PE resources and provide the following:
- Elite package to Forge SSP membership
- SUFC package
- Combine PE with Healthy schools
- Continue staff CPD - rugby, football, hockey, gymnastics, dance and multiskills
- Sustain and improve quality of extended learning opportunities
- Sustain and improve High Quality teaching - Imoves
- Engage pupils in classroom physical activity - TeachActive
- Pupil access to competition at sporting venues
- Have a designated leader of PE
Sports Premium- Evidence of Impact Report
What will Woodhouse West Primary will use the funding for in 2020/21?
We have been awarded £19,000 Sports Premium funding for this year and will continue to direct these funds towards self-sustaining, quality PE provision.
The funds will be spent on resources, staff CPD, transport, participation in competitions, health and wellbeing interventions.
We have developed partnerships with the following sports organisations and initiatives:
- SUFC Primary Stars Programme
- Dazzle dance
- Excel Martial Arts
- DE Sportz & Dance
Forge School Sport Partnership
Forge School Sport Partnership was originally established in 2001 as part of a Government PE and School Sport strategy to increase participation in high quality Physical Education and School Sport.
Handsworth Grange Community Sports College is the base, and supports the work of the partnership which currently includes 25 Primary Schools and 3 Secondary Schools, which means that we are providing high quality PE and Sport opportunities to over 10,000 pupils.
We firmly believe that sport and all that it encompasses truly can change the lives of young people and contribute towards raising aspirations, improving academic attainment and preparing young people to move forward in their lives.
All pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools.
Indicators of such improvement should include:
• the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
• the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
• increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
• broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
• increased participation in competitive sport
For more information on the Forge School Sport Partnership click here