Sports Premium

Vision Statement for Primary PE and Sport Premium

It is our vision at Worsley Bridge to inspire and enable all pupils to leave primary school with the knowledge, skills, confidence and motivation necessary to enable a healthy lifestyle and lifelong involvement in sport and physical activity.

Goals

  • Physical Education will develop the WHOLE child in EVERY child
  • Physical educators will serve as role models, and demonstrate knowledge of health, physical education and wellness
  • Physical education classes will provide a variety of activities which will motivate the students and increase participation

Objectives

  • To allow all students to participate in developmentally appropriate activities, engaging them and thus kick starting healthy life styles
  • To broaden the experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  • To increase participation in competitive sport
  • To ensure the profile of PE and Sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

 

Primary PE & Sports Premium Overview

The Government is providing funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013- 2017 to enhance the availability and quality of PE and Sports provision. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of physical education and sport for all school pupils.

The funding is ring-fenced with the school able to choose how it is spent in accordance to the identification of specific interests and needs. Accountability for the grant aid rests with all primary schools with the added responsibility of reporting online both spend and impact so that the wider community is able to assess performance levels of regional primary teaching establishments.

Worsley Bridge is committed to ensuring that the Primary PE & Sports Premium funding is allocated to high quality, sustainable initiatives that address the following key areas:

  • Staff professional development including Subject Leader Management
  • Improved PE & Sport-specific resourcing
  • Raised participation levels within curricular and extra-curricular activities including intra & inter competition
  • Improved knowledge; skills and understanding related to health and fitness
  • Impact of Olympic & Paralympic values with respect to behavioural and cross-curricular benefits
  • Increased learning opportunities associated with healthy diet and nutrition

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