All Saints Church of England Primary School

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Sport Provision

Physical Education and Sports Grant Statement 2016/17

The Government believes that the delivery of Physical Education, PE, within schools, is an integral part of children’s development. This has resulted in additional funding being allocated to all primary schools to broaden the PE and sports provision for all statutory primary aged children.

Our school is funded a total of £8,000 plus £5 per pupil of statutory school age.

The total PE and Sports Grant for All Saints Church of England Primary School for the financial year 2016 2017 is £ was £10,540. (£6,148 in 2016/17 and £4,392 in 2017/18)

This statement of how All Saints Church of England Primary School is spending the 2016/17 PE and Sport Grant (£10,575) which is supplemented by funds from the school’s budget. These priorities will develop the schools strengths and improve weaknesses in relation to Physical Education, healthy activity lifestyles and club and completive school report.

In order to access expertise and appropriate support, school continues to be actively involved with Tong High School to enhance provision and opportunities for our pupils

Outlined below are the areas this funding enhanced PE Sports Grant at All Saints:

Resources/ActivityElement for Sports GrantImpact
Gymnastics sessions £1,850Astre Academy of Gymnastics is a professional company who are delivering coaching sessions to pupils.
Also mentoring sessions have been delivered to staff to enhance their confidence to deliver more interesting PE lessons.
Some impacts have been:
• Show good body control and movement
• Increased fluency and accuracy in their movements
• Increase poise and balance
Cricket sessions £200 A programme of cricket sessions have been delivered to a small group.
Some impacts have been:
• Greater ball control
• Increased knowledge of the game
Playground lines, markings and games£4,780New lines, markings and games will be installed during the next holiday. These will be used during PE lessons and also will give more resources for the children to engage in structured activities whilst in the playground.
Equipment for Pom Pom Cheer. £480This year pupils took part and came first, in the local annual Pom Pom Cheer competition.
Gymnastics resources£1,610Resources such as mats and benches were purchased for the benefit of the Gymnastics coaching.
Kennion Building, Key Stage 1 resources £1,655Resources such as a variety of balls, bats, nets and bean bags have been purchased for Key stage 1 children on at Kennion Street.

Physical Education and Sports Grant Statement 2015/16

The Government believes that the delivery of Physical Education, PE, within schools, is an integral part of children’s development.   This has resulted in additional funding being allocated to all primary schools to broaden the PE and sports provision for all statutory primary aged children.

Our school is funded a total of £8,000 plus £5 per pupil of statutory school age.

The total PE and Sports Grant for All Saints Church of England Primary School for the financial year 2015 2016 was £10,415.  (£6,075 in 2014/15 and £4,340 in 2015/16)

Outlined below are the areas this funding enhanced PE Sports Grant at All Saints:

Resources/ActivityElement for Sports GrantImpact
JB Sports coaching providing expert training at lunchtime £2,000JB Sports provide ball sports sessions at lunchtimes which has taught children to work together as a team and shows them the fun in sport.
Additional training for the schools permanent sports coach £1,500This additional training has increased the skills that have benefited the children.
Online training for sports assistant.£500Sport has become such a large part of All Saints an additional member of staff is being trained to deliver additional sessions and support.
After school additional competition and coaching£2,075Competitions after school give children the opportunity to meet children from across the district and experience travelling to different places.
We have a subscription to ‘Accelerate Sports Partnership’ with Tong High School. This allows us to develop sports competitions across schools in our area (including a football league) and develop sportsmanship and teamwork skills. As part of this, we take part in competitions including
£1,000 Our partnership with Tong High School has been running for several years. The impact of this can be seen in thein creased levels of activity in clubs and sports throughout school.
The competitions have also been a great way for children to bond with class mates and children from other schools increasing team work skills.
Sports equipment to support:- kurling, table tennis, Pom Pom Cheer, basketball, netball, football, tennis, badminton, gymnastics and PE kit
£3,500These resources have enabled children to take part in sports they wouldn’t have otherwise have had the opportunity to.

A large number of children start school at All Saints with poorly developed motor skills.  Through their sessions with the school’s PE coach these skills are developed and enhanced.  This additional funding has helped greatly to achieve these basic skills.

All Saints continues to employ a sports specialist and a dance teacher to work alongside teaching staff.  That way, our staff will increase their own skills and knowledge and thereby help to boost participation and attainment.

Headteacher: Mr John Davie | Telephone: 01274 415222 | Email: office@allsaints.bradford.sch.uk
Years 2 to 6: Powell Building, Little Horton Green, Bradford, BD5 0NG
Nursery, Reception & Year 1: Kennion Building, Kennion Street, Bradford, BD5 0NF