The Government’s vision for the Primary PE and Sport Premium is: “ALL pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport”
The funding has been provided to ensure impact against the following OBJECTIVE:
To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools. It is important to emphasise that the focus of spending must lead to long lasting impact against the above vision that will live on well beyond the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding.
The following below illustrates expenditure of the grant by our school and how we are making improvements in relation to the five key indicators below.
|Total Fund Allocated: £16,750|
|PE and Sport|
Impact on pupils
|Actions to Achieve||Planned Funding||Actual
|1. The engagement |
of all pupils
in regular physical
|To ensure all|
in addition to
|All classes to have enrichment PE for one hour per week.||£3000 for enrichment|
provided by Burnley FC
in the Community
|Each class to have one session of cricket per week for a full term.||£825 for cricket|
provided by Joe
|Children to be offered options for additional physical activity after|
school through sports-based after school clubs.
|Reception children have Balance Bike classes.||£62||£62|
|All children have Curriculum Dance provided by Burnley FC.||No cost as included|
in Burnley FC charges.
|Throughout the year we provide a range of after school Dance Clubs including |
Cheerleading, Zumba and Modern Dance.
|Whole school One Goal|
Aspirational Workshop event.
|Whole school One Goal|
Resilience Workshop event.
|2. The profile of |
PE and sport
across the school
as a tool for
|To ensure that PE |
and sport are a major
part of school life
and link with the
plan in terms of
activities as a
their ability to
learn during lesson
|PE and sport are spread throughout the week so that they are an embedded |
part of school life.
The key targets in the SIP
are relating to Quality and Teaching and Attainment.
|Children have a good mix of physical activity and |
|Investment in outdoor activity equipment for children in both KS1 |
and KS2 including sports equipment for use daily at break and lunch times.
Other equipment includes
additional skipping ropes with timers, foam footballs, instruments for Yoga and
replacement PE mats.
|Class 2 participated in Up & Active provided |
by Ribble Valley
Council to inform them about and
lifestyles and physical fitness.
|Free of charge|
|Year 6 children take part in Bikeability |
training in summer term.
|Free of charge|
|3. Increased confidence,|
knowledge and skills
of all staff in
teaching PE and
|Specialist staff used |
school staff to
|School staff to be able to use new skills learnt from specialist staff.||Sports Partnership |
|School staff shadowing Burnley FC coaches on a weekly basis.||Included in Burnley FC |
|4. Broader experience |
of a range of sports
and activities offered
to all pupils.
|Wide range of |
so that children
can try out
|Activities offered throughout the year include: football, |
dodgeball, basketball, hockey, gymnastics,
dance, tag rugby, athletics, rounders, multi skills, Zumba, orienteering, netball,
cricket, badmingotn, cheerleading, Marital Arts, Skate boarding.
|Included in offer from Burnley FC or as after school clubs.|
|Yoga mats (36) purchased and used for class Yoga as well as after school clubs.||£700||£700|
|Skipping workshops held for whole school and boxing workshop for KS2. |
Skipping ropes have counters to encourage children to improve their speed –
the intention is for skipping to be a fun way to keep fit.
|Years 4/5/6 children have opportunity for 5 day residential outdoor activities break in Wales/Scotland.||£2000 subsidy||£2000|
|Class 3 to go to Outdoor|
Elements for revision and outdoor activities combined for 4 weeks.
|£3000 including transport.||£3000|
|5. Increased |
|Existing opportunities |
sport to be taken
and new ones
|Current opportunities are through the Sports partnership in terms of football, cross |
|Costs included in Sports |
Transport costs: £1200
Following Boris Johnson’s 8pm announcement we now know that as of midnight tonight the country has entered a new period of Lockdown, a Lockdown that includes the closure of school.
School will be open for the children of Key Workers and for pupils who are deemed vulnerable. All pupils will be provided with work in order for them to keep learning.
Tonight’s announcement was very short notice for you as parents and also for us as a Staff. Tomorrow, by 11am there will be three tasks on the school website for each Class to complete as their Tuesday learning. However, School will be closed to ALL pupils tomorrow.
Staff, however, will be in school preparing for the rest of the Lockdown. Through tomorrow we will prepare school to make it safe for Key worker pupils and vulnerable children to return.
We will send out a form for you to apply for a place in the Keyworker Bubbles and we will let you know more about how children will be learning remotely. We will do our very best to re-open to Key Worker children and vulnerable pupils by Wednesday.
I am aware of how difficult this is for you all, School closing creates a multitude of problems for everyone but data surrounding this awful disease dictates that this is a necessary step. As ever, the safety and health of everyone must be a priority.
Thank you for your continued support and we will be in frequent contact over the next few days.