The government allocates funding jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, to see money going directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. This is called PE and sport premium funding.
2017-18 grant value is £19680. In 2016-17 Menston received £9785.
How we are using the Sports Premium Grant in 2017-18 to improve the quality and breadth of our PE provision:
Please click here for the overview of how the grant is allocated for 2017 – 18
Please click here for the overview of how the grant was allocated for 2016 – 17
How we used the Sports Premium in 2016-17 to improve the quality and breadth of our PE provision:
What was the impact of the use of the Sports Premium Funding in 2016-17?
We developed our staff’s ability and confidence to teach high quality PE lessons. The children’s core access to PE within the curriculum has therefore been enhanced.
We have encouraged increasing numbers of our children to be active, happy and competitive within a supportive framework which develops and celebrates their sporting talents while giving opportunities to children of all abilities.
As a result of this funding we increased the number of opportunities available for our children over time. This includes opportunities to participate in PE and sport at lunchtimes and outside of the school day.
We always prioritise participation and the pastoral and personal development of children through sport. We work hard to encourage sportsmanship, good manners, empathy and acceptance of others. We want children to love sport and to treat each other and opponents with dignity and respect whether they win or lose.
We manage to do all this because our families help us. They work with us, helping us to get our children to and from the various events. They also back up our high expectations of sporting participation and behaviour. Our families also understand that while we want to involve as many children as possible we can’t include every child every time, but that over time we will include as many as possible.
This funding helped us to improve both our quality of teaching and to widen the range of our sporting provision for children. We have worked to provide sporting opportunities- especially competitive ones for our children. We have established a tradition of friendly, competitive participation in a variety of sports.
We are a school that values sport and PE because:
Children enjoy it because it’s fun to do.
It helps them to develop healthy lifestyles.
If taught well, it develops their social skills, their humanity and empathy and it teaches them how to persevere and be resilient.