PE and Sports Grant

Report for Expenditure for the Academic Year 2015-2016 ( Sept 2015 to August 2016)

AMOUNT OF PE GRANT RECEIVED:

Carried forward from Academic Year 2014/15         £8620

Funding received in Nov 2015                                        £4540

Funding received in May 2016                                       £4020

TOTAL                                                                                               £17,180

HOW THIS FUNDING WAS SPENT:

  • £ 650 The Cheadle  Academy Service Level Agreement for Transition and Cluster Sports Events
  • £3000 Playground Markings
  • £2460 Lunchtime Supervisor
  • £1280 Playground Resources

 

TOTAL: £7390

BALANCE CARRIED FORWARD TO NEXT ACADEMIC YEAR: £9,790

 

Impact:

  • The Cheadle Academy Service Level Agreement for Transition and Cluster Sports Events – The Cheadle Academy provide a link teacher to lead events between the cluster schools to encourage and promote competition, health and fitness events and transition opportunities. These events include Y1/2 multi-skills activities, Y3/4 Tag-Rugby Festival, Dance Festivals, Y5/6 Inclusion Activity afternoons,  Y6 Transition mornings and a Celebration Sports Awards Evening. These events have raised the profile of sport in our schools and encouraged participation.  They also promote our cluster of schools within the local community.
  • Playground Markings – The markings on our recently resurfaced playgrounds have transformed and brightened up the outdoor areas. This helps not only with the organisation of games during playtime and curriculum lessons, but encourages the children to become more spatially aware.  The children and the staff are more enthusiastic about using our outdoor facilities for learning.  The markings have been carefully chosen to be enjoyable for the children and to be educational.  They are durable and will hopefully be in place for years to come.  It is hoped that we can add to them when resources become available.
  • Lunchtime Supervisor – The work to train our lunchtime staff is having a success in reducing poor behaviour amongst the children at lunchtime and promoting activity levels. Staff feel more confident and are more capable in encouraging pupils to participate in active games to improve health and fitness levels. This has had an enormous impact at lunchtimes resulting in increased physical activity levels of pupils as well as increased confidence, self-esteem and responsibility. This increased activity at lunchtimes also means that the children are energised and feel more ready to continue with their learning during the afternoons.  As new staff are employed, the knowledge that more long-standing members of staff have gained is then shared so that we continue to maintain a well-trained lunchtime staff team with high levels of motivation.  This will continue for future years.
  • Playground Resources – Sports Equipment has been purchased not only to support curriculum teaching but mainly to enhance the activity levels of the pupils both at break and lunchtimes. Our aim is to encourage and support the children to achieve the current health recommendations to be active for an hour a day. This equipment will be used in the future and be replaced when needed. Lunchtime staff will continue to guide and be involved with the children’s activities.

 

HOW WE PROPOSE TO SPEND THE FUNDING IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017:

 

  • £ 650 The  Cheadle Academy Service Level Agreement for  Transition Links  and Cluster Aactivity and Sporting Events
  • £ 500 CADSSA Subscriptions
  • £ 600 lunchtime play equipment
  • £1800 Lunchtime Supervisor
  • £400 to buy tri-golf equipment to introduce a new extra-curricular club
  • £10-15000 large outdoor playground equipment
  • £ 400 Head of PE release time for training plan and strategies for health information
  • TOTAL: £14,350 -£19,350