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PE Funding from April 2016 to March 2017

No. of weeks Cost Notes
  £8,320 Allocation
 
After School Clubs 30 £676 After school netball, football and skipping club
Cluster Sport Organiser 39 £265 SW
PE Teaching 39 £1,741 ST
Norwich Community Sports Foundation 39 £3,608 1 afternoon per week
Rugby/Tennis Coach   £300  
Swimming Pool Charges   £480 LSHS swimming pool hire
Swimming Transport   £900 KS2 Swimming lessons
Transport to Sport Events   £350 All children had the opportunity to participate in Cluster sports events throughout the year
TOTAL   £8,320  

 

 

PE Grant 2015/16

Aslacton Primary continues to be able to take an active part in Cluster and County sports activities as a result of receiving the PE Grant of £8,225 for the financial year 2015/16. We carried forward £2,238 from the previous year to make a total of £10,463.

 

The grant was spent on the following-

·         After school clubs

·         Cluster Sport Organiser

·         HLTA time for PE Teaching

·         Rugby Coach

·         Swimming Pool Charges

·         Swimming Transport

·         Transport to Sport Events

·         PE Equipment

·         Towards TA salary

 

The impact was-

·         Higher quality PE lessons.

·         Additional after school club activities.

·         Pupils able to be able to continue to take part in competitions and a more competitive school ethos.

·         Wider choice and more regular access to sport.

·         Increased uptake in after-school sporting activities - helping us to work towards the cluster focus to reduce

          cases of obesity in primary age children.

 

PE Grant 2014/15

Aslacton Primary has been able to take a much more active part in Cluster and County sports activities as a result of receiving the PE Grant of £8,180 for the financial year 2014/15.
 

The grant was spent on the following-
•  Multi-skills for KS1
• Multi-skills for KS2
• Cluster swimming galas
• Inter-school competitions
• after-school sport provision
• NPETCS Training for High Level Teacher Assistant

 

The impact was-
• Higher quality PE lessons.
• Pupils able to take part in competitions and a more competitive school ethos.
• Wider choice and more regular access to sport.
• Increased uptake in after-school sporting activities - helping us to work towards the cluster focus to reduce cases of   obesity in primary age children.

 

 




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