PE and sport premium statement
Current year – September 2018 to end August 2019
Solebay Primary Academy expects to receive £18,510 in PE and sport premium for the period September 2018 to end August 2019. The school plans to spend this, or has already spent this, as follows:
- £1000 to provide the adventurous activities element of the PE national curriculum for all pupils in YR-Y6.
- £5000 to provide swimming tuition and use of the pool for all pupils in key stage one. (Y1-2)
- £12,510 to provide a specialist PE teacher to provide high quality PE provision for all pupils in YR- Y6. Additionally providing high quality CPD to teachers who also teach with the specialist.
Previous year – September 2017 to end August 2018
Solebay Primary Academy received £5,253 in PE and sport premium for the period September 2017 to end August 2018. Spending allocations are shown below, together with a brief overview of the impact on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment. Further details are available on request.
|£1000 to ensure that we offer the adventurous activities element of the PE national curriculum to all year groups - pupils had a range of access to adventurous activities||Encouraging all pupils to spend time engaging in high quality physical activities in additional to the taught PE curriculum has contributed to their motor, sensory, social and cognitive development – and is vital for their general health and wellbeing|
|£4253 to fund the costs of providing swimming lessons for as many pupils as possible, over and above the National Curriculum requirement.||All pupils in Y1-Y1 (as well as pupil in Y3-6) have received specialist swimming instruction which is vital in keeping themselves safe in and around water.|
The school is ensuring that these improvements are sustainable by:
- Providing high quality CPD for teachers to ensure there is consistent high quality instruction during the 2 hours per week pupils engage in PE.
- swimming will continue for all pupils in Y1-Y6 to build on the skills and knowledge they have gained over the past three years.
The academy is committed to funding high quality sports and P.E. provision in the future and already commits its own resources in addition to the premium funding received.