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“Leaders make good use of the primary school sports funding to give pupils experience of expert coaching in a range of sports, and to develop teachers’ understanding of how to provide high-quality physical education lessons. As a result, there is now a strong framework for planning these lessons and a helpful emphasis on learning about sports and physical health. This means pupils are enthusiastic about being healthy and taking part in competitive sports.”

Ofsted, 2015

The PE and sport premium is an annual dedicated payment for primary schools provided by the Department for Education (DfE) from September 2013. Schools have the discretion to spend the funding as they see fit to improve the quality of PE and sports.

At The Marist, a proportion of our sport funding is used as part payment towards the cost of two level 2 qualified coaches from Ultimate Coaching to work with children from Year R to Year 6 developing and applying a variety of physical skills and challenges.

Academic Year Funding Allocation Spend/Planned Spend Impact on participation and attainment
2016-2017 £9,650

Membership of Woking cluster to provide PE CPD, support, leagues & tournaments.

Part payment for sports coaching partnership with Ultimate Coaching to deliver PE sessions.

Sports equipment for non-paying school run clubs.

Provision of published PE curriculum.

Qualified sports teachers have improved the participation and attainment of the children as they learn accurate skills in appropriate lessons. The children are engaged and encouraged to participate at their own level. The trained coaches support the aim for PE, to include all and provide opportunities for our less active children and SEN children. Ultimate Coaching also provide afterschool clubs and provision during our after school club. This provision encourages children to become more active, work as a team and build good sportsmanship. These clubs also provide us, as a school, with knowledge of sport enjoyment and participation.
2017-2018 £20,082

Membership of Woking cluster to provide PE CPD, support, leagues & tournaments.

Part payment for sports coaching partnership with Ultimate Coaching to deliver PE sessions.

Sports equipment for non-paying school run clubs.

Provision of published PE curriculum.

Supporting swimming lessons for children with complex needs.

WASPS membership supports us with staff training, competitions and inclusive events. These competitions allow both our active and less active children opportunities to play a range of sports competitively and work alongside other children, developing sportsmanship.

Active Surrey membership provides us with the opportunity to enter the school games which improves the provision we provide. Surrey active also provides us with training and opportunities to work alongside other schools to develop our PE and to work with Sarah Williams who supports our PE long term plan and action plan.

Sports coaching continues to provide high quality lessons and some CPD for staff. They also provide after school clubs in an inclusive manner. They promote healthy living and an active lifestyle. They work alongside the school promoting our values and an active lifestyle.

Equipment continues to be used effectively by both teachers and external providers of after school clubs. The new equipment is more efficient as it can now be stored away to protect it from the weather.  The equipment also allows us to offer after schools clubs without payment, this enhances the opportunities for all children to participate in sport. We aim to buy further unusual equipment for example Boccia, this will enhance the provision we provide for SEN children with disabilities and will make the sports we offer more inclusive to all.

We aim to buy a published PE curriculum to support the teaching and learning of PE. This curriculum will support all teachers and support staff when teaching active lessons and sport lessons. The curriculum will increase the sustainability of the provision we teach in school. It will ensure that the lessons are progressive within their unit and across year groups.   

 

% of pupils in Y6 able to:

Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres - 93%

Use a range of strokes effectively - 50%

Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations - 53%

 

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