St Anne’s
Catholic Primary School
St Anne's Physical Education

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The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum until 2020 to improve the provision of physical education (PE), school sport (SP) and physical activity (PA) in primary schools.

This funding is ring-fenced but each school will have the freedom to choose how they spend this in order to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport they offer.

At St Anne’s we have been awarded £9340 for the academic year 2016-2017 and our vision is that we will use the funding effectively in order to implement a PE programme which will ensure that all pupils leaving our school in Year 6 are physically literate and have the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

All pupils at St Anne’s take part in two structured PE lessons per week one of which is delivered by a specialist PE teacher which enables us to deliver a high quality PE curriculum and we plan to use the additional funding to;

 Engage all our pupils in regular physical activity, kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

 Provide a broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all our pupils

 Increase the opportunities for pupils  to participate in competitive sport


After careful consideration by the Governing Body it was decided that the money is to be used as outlined below:-

 Continue to employ a PE specialist teacher to ensure that high quality teaching and learning is maintained.

 To purchase new equipment and affiliation and entry fees.

 To fund alternative sporting activities to give children broader experiences through participation in a range of sports.


What impact does the sports premium funding have?

 
The impact on pupils of the additional PE and Sport funding is measured at the end of each academic year. The impact to date has been outstanding as can be seen by the numbers of children who take part in extra- curricular activities, the quality of PE provision and the schools success in sporting competitions.

 Paying for professional development opportunities for teachers and sharing best practise in sport and PE.

 Providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE and taking school teams to competitions and sporting events during school time.

 Increasing the number of inter-school sports competitions with local schools.




Competitions Entered.     

Sport

Participants

No of Teams 

No

Year Group 

Result

 pupils

Boys 

Girls 

Mix ed  


6

5

4

3

High Five

 Netball



 *

1

9

*

*



2nd in group. 

Sportshall

 Athletics 



 *

1

20

*

*



Local district final.

XC 

*

*


1

10



*

*


Kwik

 Cricket 

*



1

10

*

*




Kwik

 Cricket 



*

1

10



*

*


Holy Trinity Multi Academy Competitions

Sport

Participants

No of Teams 

No

Year Group 

Result

Pupils

Boys 

Girls 

Mixed  


6

5

4

3

2

1

R


 XC 



*

1

12

*

*

*





Winners

Tag Rugby



*

1

12

*

*






Winners

Rounders 



*

1

10

*







3rd

Football 



*

1

11

*

*






Winners

Athletics 



*

1

20

*

*

*

*




2nd

Netball



*

2

16

*

*






2nd

Multi-skills 



*

2

64





*

*





Intra-school Activities

Annual Dance Festival 



*

7

Whole

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

n/a

school

Sports day



*

7

Whole

*

*

*

*

*

*

*


school

Next Steps ;

 To increase the number of intra competitions during lunch times.

 To provide opportunities for pupils to participate in a wider range of alternative sporting activities (e.g. archery, cheerleading, pace ball).

 To meet the 60 minute daily activity challenge.