PE funding 2018/19
In 2017/18 the school initially received £9,025.00 this was further increased by the government to generate a total of £14,095.
The funding was partly used (£6,000.00) to utilize the skills of the specialist teachers on the staff - the PE lead (Level 5 PE Sports Specialist Qualified) and Headteacher (B'Ed Hons. Secondary Physical Education Qualified). The majority of PE was taught largely by two experienced and outstanding practitioners ensuring the quality of teaching and learning in PE is high.
Staff who had previously been upskilled and attended CPD taught the remaining lessons for PE and team taught with the specialists wherever possible.
£2,110.00 was used for staff training, extra-curricular activities, resources and access to and participation in competitive sport opportunities. With a mile a day style running track to be introduced onto our school grounds we rolled over the remaining £5,985.00 into the 2018/19 funding.
From April 2018 the school had £24,005 allocated for PE and Sport funding. £13,000 has been allocated to increase the teaching from specialist teachers within the school. The remaining £11,005 will be used for funding the new mile a day running track, competitive sport opportunities, provision of after school clubs, INSET in Dance and Gymnastics for non-specialist staff, resources for PE and outdoor play and for external agencies to deliver programs which enhance our our PE curriculum.
We are committed to improving the PE and Sporting provision at Wanborough Primary School and believe that the model we are working too will put us in good stead as and when the funding ceases. Please refer to our PE at Wanborough Section
on the school website to read about the impact of the funding and other developments within PE.
Evidence of Impact of PE Funding →