Chalgrove PE Funding 2019-2020

Primary PE Sport Grand Awarded
Total amount of Primary PE Sports Grant for the academic year Sept 2019-August 2020 £18,221
Summary of PPSG Sept 2019 – 2020

Objectives of spending PE and sport premium.

To encourage regular physical activity

To ensure children have opportunities for a wide range of sporting activities and opportunities throughout the school

To ensure the school participates in a variety of competitive sports and activities across the borough

To foster a  love of sports and physical activity

Proposed spending of PE funding by item/project 2019-2020  this are approximate costs and will be finalised at the end of the financial year.
The school funds a PE specialist out of the school budget
Item/Project Cost
PE Apprentice £2,000 To support high quality sport and support after school and lunch time sports clubs

To support with taking children to a range of external sporting activities within school hours

New apprentice in Sept 2019 to be appointed

(school budget will cover the rest)

Team Teaching £1,560 To support teachers to develop their skills in delivering high quality PE
After school clubs £2,340 To offer a wide range of after/and before school clubs
Improving the sports and playground equipment £1,000 To encourage more active playtimes

To build up co-ordination and team work

To create a skipping school £1,000 Skipping workshop and skipping ropes
To introduce cycling club and cycling at lunchtimes £1,000 To encourage more active lunchtimes and build up children’s skills
To introduce Forest School to promote outdoor pursuits and wellbeing £2,000 To provide opportunities for outdoor opportunities
Widening the range of out of school sports available to pupils £1,100 Access to Barnet school sports association in order to access sporting events across the borough and support (both competitive and non-competitive)
To take part in a range of competitive and non-competitive events throughout the year £2,321 To allow all children to take part in at least one sporting activity outside school

costs for sporting events

£3,000 Towards the leasing of the school mini-bus and to provide pupils with a broad range of competitive sporting opportunities. Pupils being able to participate in the borough/national events
Equipment costs for sports day  and athletics £400 Promoting a range of sports and physical activities
Dance Festival £500 Providing opportunities for children across the school to participate in a range of non-competitive physical activity
Total £18,221 The rest of the money is made up from the school budget