Primary PE & Sport Funding Statement – Warren Junior School

 

 

                                    Short general statement about the value of PE and sport to the school

 

At Warren Junior School we recognise the value of PE and sport. We provide a wide range of opportunities for all pupils both within the curriculum and through extra-curricular clubs.  We are proud of our involvement in competitive sporting events across the Borough and the wider local area.

Warren Junior School has received £16.671 for the school year 2018/19 and this funding has been allocated as follows;

 

  • To employ the services of Premier Sport coaches to deliver both curriculum PE and sports extra-curricular and lunchtime sessions.
  • To employ the services of a qualified dance teacher to hold regular dance clubs.
  • To give children throughout the school access to quality cricket teaching from accredited coaching staff.
  • To facilitate further enhanced PE and Sports Curriculum opportunities for pupils.
  • Children in years 3 and 4 have access to swimming lessons and in year 6 there is an additional opportunity for pupils who require support to the meet the national expectations.
  • Our aims include:
  • Improving the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision through well planned and competently delivered curriculum with the use of coaches/teachers where required.
  • Increasing participation in extra-curricular sport so that all pupils have the opportunity to develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.
  • Swimming:
    • Children in years 3 and 4 have access to swimming lessons and in year 6 there is an additional opportunity for pupils who require support to the meet the national expectations.
  • Currently 84 % of our current year 6 have met the National Curriculum standards

 

 

The following impact on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment has been noted:

  • Increased participation across the board / from particular identified groups
  • Raised profile of activity
  • Links with other work on health and well-being of the pupils
  • Raised self-esteem – aspiration to be more healthy, fitter, etc.
  • Swimming:
    • Children in years 3 and 4 have access to swimming lessons and in year 5 there is an additional opportunity for pupils who require support to the meet the national expectations.
  • Currently 84 % of our current year 6 have met the National Curriculum standards

 

 

This provision is constantly under review and is monitored as part of our routine school monitoring process