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PE and Sport Premium

 

 

School Name

Spring Lane Primary

 

 

Head Teacher

Alex Owens

 

 

PE Coordinator

Cath Bates

 

 

PE and School Sport Premium – The Purpose

 

The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, in the 2018 to 2019 academic year, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.

 

Vision - Government

 

All pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport

 

Vision – School

 

‘For all children in Spring Lane Primary School to experience excellent physical education, school sport and physical activity that will lead to life-long participation.”

 

We believe a high quality PE curriculum should be an integral part of the whole school

curriculum and one that staff, pupils and parents understand and can contribute to.

Our school recognises the values that a high quality PE and school sport curriculum gives

pupils.

 

All pupils are entitled to benefit from high quality PE provision and there is significant

evidence to show that this supports other learning right across the curriculum. It also

contributes to healthy and active lifestyles, improves emotional well-being, reduces poor

behaviour, increases attendance and develops key skills such as leadership, confidence,

social and team building skills. Our PE curriculum aims to ensure that all pupils develop the

fundamental skills and competence to enjoy and excel in a wide range of physical activities

by providing a broad & balanced curriculum with opportunities for all to be enjoyed.

A high quality PE curriculum will develop physical literacy and will allow pupils to learn

about themselves, the importance of a healthy lifestyle, self-expression and concepts such

as fair play and respect. It also contributes to the development of a range of important

cognitive skills such as decision making and analysis, and social skills such as teamwork and

communication.

 

 

Objectives

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of physical education (PE), physical activity and sport they offer.

This means that Spring Lane Primary will use the premium to:

  1. Develop or add to the PE, physical activity and sport activities that your school already offers

  2. Build capacity and capability within the school to ensure that improvements made now will benefit pupils joining the school in future year

 

 

 

Key outcome indicators; updated for 2018/2019

 

Schools can use the funding to secure improvements in the following indicators;

 

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school

     

  2. The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement

     

  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

     

  4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

     

  5. Increased participation in competitive sport

 

 

 

Review of PE and School Sport Premium expenditure 2018/2019

Key priorities to date

Key achievements / What worked well

What evidence is there of impact on your objectives

Key Learning / What will change next year (2019/2020)

Does this impact reflect value for money in terms of the budget allocated

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school

 

 

  1. The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement

 

 

  1. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

 

 

  1. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

 

 

  1. Increased participation in competitive sport

 

 

 

 

 

Meeting national curriculum requirements for SWIMMING and WATER SAFETY

 

You can use your funding for…

 

  • Professional development and training that are available to schools to train staff to support high quality swimming and water safety lessons for their pupils.

 

  • Additional top-up swimming lessons to pupils who have not been able to meet the national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety after the delivery of core swimming and water safety lessons. At the end of key stage 2 all pupils are expected to be able to swim confidently and know how to be safe in and around water.

 

You should not use your funding to…

 

  • Employ coaches or specialist teachers to cover planning preparation and assessment (PPA) arrangements – these should come out of your core staffing budget.

     

  • Teach the minimum requirements of the national curriculum – with the exception of top-up swimming lessons after pupils’ completion of core lessons (or, in the case of academies and free schools, to teach your existing PE curriculum).

 

  • Fund capital expenditure.

 

Schools are required to publish information on the percentage of their pupils in year 6 who met each of the 3 swimming and water safety national curriculum requirements

 

 

Outcome

% of pupils achieving outcome

2017/2018

2018/2019

Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

50%

 

Use a range of strokes effectively; front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke

30%

 

Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

Pool based only

 

The premium may also be used to provide additional top-up swimming lessons to pupils who have not been able to meet the national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety after the delivery of core swimming and water safety lessons. At the end of key stage 2 all pupils are expected to be able to swim confidently and know how to be safe in and around water. Have you used and funding for this purpose?

No

 

 

 

 

 

PE and School Sport Development Plan

 

Key outcome indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school

Key outcome indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement

Key outcome indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Key outcome indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Key outcome indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

 

Key outcome indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school

School Focus and intended impact

Actions to achieve Outcome

Planned funding

Actual funding

Evidence

What can you use to evidence the impact?

Actual Impact

Baseline measure: 2017/2018

Tracking progress: actual delivery 2018/2019

Sustainability / Next Steps

How will this be maintained in future years?

Have tailored opportunities that attract less active young people to participate in physical activity

Plan, deliver and invite an identified cohort of pupils to access a regular physical activity club

  • Identify activities of interest
  • Identify a sustainable and motivating workforce to deliver the sessions
  • Consider ways to reward and recognise pupil’s attendance and effort
  • Consider ways of engaging pupils in existing extra-curricular opportunities
  • Engage 15% (Gold) of the least active pupils in a 12-week physical activity club

£500

Term 1

 

 

Term 2

 

 

Term 3

Track pupil participation/ attendance (Register)

 

Photos/log book

 

Pupil Self-Evaluations

 

Parental Evaluations

 

Classroom Observations

2017/2018 Baseline:

Attempted to run a club but unfortunately the uptake and interest was not there. We will consider a new approach (not before school)

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

Term 1

Attendance

Activities

Staff involved

Term 2

Term 3

 

Upskilling and deployment of Young Leaders.

 

Training opportunities for staff (nat)

 

Track transition of pupils into mainstream extra-curricular provision.

Review the physical activity intensity levels of core curriculum lessons

Use the Active School Planner to complete Heat Maps for a range of classes and year groups

  • Use Heat Maps to reflect on current physical activity levels
  • PE Coordinator to work with class teachers to consider ways to increase activity levels
  • Explore resources available to help increase physical activity levels in core curriculum, lessons

£0

Can pay for activity licenses (cosmic yoga, Joe Wicks)

 

Produce Heat Maps for a number of classes

 

Review Heat Maps over a number of academic terms to demonstrate change

 

Develop a resource portfolio for all staff to access

2017/2018 Baseline:

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

Term 1

School are registered on website. Staff training undertaken

 

Term 2

Heat map completed by 4SS and 6HB.

PE coordinator undertaken review. Challenges set for term 3.

 

Term 3

 

Staff to access training as required.

 

Resource portfolio to be updated and added to regularly.

 

Staff share ideas in curriculum or whole staff meetings.

Ensure all pupils receive consistently high-quality curriculum PE lessons which allows each pupil to develop a good physical literacy

Ensure all pupils have 2 hours of timetabled PE per week

  • Ensure PE lessons are well structured and are progressive in their delivery
  • Ensure PE lessons are differentiated to enable all pupils to reach their potential
  • Ensure all KS2 pupils have the opportunity to ‘Learn to Lead’ (KS2) on a regular basis within their PE lessons (x 2 per ½ term)

£ 1000

 

 

Track pupils progress in PE (Seesaw)

 

Monitor and evaluate pupil’s enjoyment and interest in PE lessons (Pupil voice)

 

Classroom observation of gross and fine motor skills (fundamentals )

 

 

2017/2018 Baseline:

Deliver 2 hours of PE to all year groups

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

 

Embed new ideas within schemes of work and lesson plans

 

Share good practice at whole schools meetings

To deliver a Fit for Life week that promotes physical, social and emotional well being

  • Explore providers/tutors to deliver sessions
  • Plan a timetable of activities
  • Deployment of SSOC

 

£1500

 

 

2017/2018 Baseline: Provided a Fit for Life week for the whole school.

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

Term 3

 

Review and evaluate the timetable

 

Key outcome indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement

School Focus and intended impact

Actions to achieve Outcome

Planned funding

Actual funding

Evidence

What can you use to evidence the impact?

Actual Impact

Baseline measure: 2017/2018

Tracking progress: actual delivery 2018/2019

Sustainability / Next Steps

How will this be maintained in future years?

Achieve Schools Games Mark Award-Silver

Use the 2018/2019 School Games Mark Criteria and SSP Action Plan to embed good practice and develop new initiatives and opportunities as a year-round programme.

  • Collect necessary evidence throughout the academic year
  • Identify pupils in advance of events who will represent the school
  • Share scheme and previous success of award with whole school staff

£0

 

School Games Mark SSP Action Plan

 

School Games Mark Evidence Folder

2017/2018 Baseline:

Did not achieve award.

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

 

Retain or seek to improve on Award level – explore criteria in advance

 

Raise awareness of the Award scheme with staff through staff meetings

 

Celebrate success with parents and wider community

 

Ensure good practice is embedded and delivered by all

Extend opportunities for pupils to learn, develop and embed key leadership skills and qualities through a Young Leader workforce programme

Use and appropriate scheme of work to upskill a cohort of young leaders who will be suitably trained to deliver lunchtime activities, support with extra-curricular clubs a intra school competitions

  • Identify suitable staff to deliver the training to the leaders
  • Identify a network of staff who can oversee the Young Leaders delivery and provide a system whereby they feel supported and can share concerns

£500

(course on 14/2/19-whole day, t shirts )

 

Young Leader Log Books

 

Session Observations

 

Reports –end of year progress

 

Rewards

 

Attendance registers

2017/2018 Baseline: Young leader workforce in place who were supporting KS1 break and lunchtime activities.

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

 

Term 1 – due to staff changes this has been postponed until staff undertake training in Term 2

 

Term 2 – 14/2/1- Matt Brace attended training course 14/2/19

 

Term 3

 

Year 6 pupils mentor newly trained Young leaders

 

Teachers observe Young Leaders delivery and provide opportunity to feedback and review their delivery – support mechanisms in place to further develop leaders

Bring together a cohort of pupils who will form the School Sport Organising Crew (SSOC) and who will influence provision and have a voice for pupils (A small group of Young Leaders).

Identify a cohort of pupils who can be the voice for the school on all matters PE and School Sport and can promote PE and School Sport in a positive manner

  • Nominate pupils who can be representative of a group of people
  • Nominate pupils who can be trusted to fulfil roles and responsibilities
  • Nominate pupils who need an opportunity to achieve outside of the classroom.

£100

 

SSOC meeting Minutes

Celebration of changes within school

 

School Newsletters/Social media reports

 

Sports Day

 

Fit for Life week

 

Intra school competition

2017/2018 Baseline:

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

 

Continue to evolve the SSOC, ensuring there is sustainability built into its structure.

 

Ensure Year 4/5 pupils are co-opted onto it to provide structure and longevity of its work due to the annual turnover of pupils

Share and celebrate the achievements of pupils and teams in PE and School Sport

  • Use a school noticeboard and/or school digital system to share pupils and teams’ successes.
  • Use the school newsletter or social media to promote on a ½ termly basis the successes and achievements of teams and pupils through PE and School Sport.
  • Consider using School Games Values and/or School values to rewards and recognise pupils’ achievements

£0

 

Schools Newsletters

 

Social Media reports (Twitter/FB)

 

Photos

 

Celebration Assemblies

2017/2018 Baseline: Existing notice board in place, social media regularly used. Newsletter updates given.

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

Term 1

 

Term 2

 

Term 3

 

Engage pupils through writing reports for the news outlets.

 

Keep the noticeboard/ digital system up to date – ask pupils to take responsibility for this

 

Key outcome indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

School Focus and intended impact

Actions to achieve Outcome

Planned funding

Actual funding

Evidence

What can you use to evidence the impact?

Actual Impact

Baseline measure: 2017/2018

Tracking progress: actual delivery 2018/2019

Sustainability / Next Steps

How will this be maintained in future years?

Promote high quality teaching and learning from all staff

Undertake a training needs analysis of all staff

  • Identify appropriate training workshops and teaching resources to support staff to further improve their quality of PE teaching

£1000 –(dance specialist, County conference)

 

 

Learning walks

 

Lesson Observations

 

Staff Surveys (areas to develop)

 

Pupils evaluations

2017/2018 Baseline: Swimming teachers award, gymnastics, PE and Sports Conference (30/4/18)

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

Term 1 : Dance specialist working alongside members of staff

 

Term 2: Real ( Young ) Leaders training.

 

 

Term 3 : PE and Sport Conference (29/4/19)

Share good practice within whole school meetings/training days

 

Ensure availability of up to date resources

Developing fundamentals in early years

Undertake balance ability teacher training (x2) to sustain activity on school site.

£2000

 

PE lesson observations

 

Parental observations (use at home)

2017/2018 Baseline: Brought in Balance ability instructors (Outspoken)

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

Term 2: Outspoken instructors to deliver a 6 week session to FS2.

 

Term 3: Attend Balance ability course and ensure equipment is in place to deliver school based sessions.

 

Up skilling own staff to deliver and sustain the activity

 

Key outcome indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

School Focus and intended impact

Actions to achieve Outcome

Planned funding

Actual funding

Evidence

What can you use to evidence the impact?

Actual Impact

Baseline measure: 2017/2018

Tracking progress: actual delivery 2018/2019

Sustainability / Next Steps

How will this be maintained in future years?

Offer a diverse and needs led extra-curricular School Sport programme

  • Review 2017/2018 extra-curricular programme
  • Ask pupils what they would like to access
  • Evaluate the cost of using external providers

£1000

 

Parent reviews

 

Pupils reviews

 

Attendance registers

2017/2018 Baseline: £1 per ASC was charged. A wide range of ASC offered.

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

Term 1: register info (5)

 

Evaluate attendance and adjust where required

 

Use pupil voice to influence the offer

Develop meaningful links to local sports clubs to develop a pathway for pupils to pursue their interest beyond the school day

  • Explore what local sports club are located near to school
  • Consider links to clubs where the sport/activity is already popular within school
  • Understand parental involvement in local clubs
  • Only work with clubs who have their Club Mark Accreditation or are working towards it

 

 

School to Club Link Agreements

 

Attendance registers

 

Photos

 

News/media reports

2017/2018 Baseline: Street sport, NLT

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

Term 1 – links with NLT (Johnny and Street football)

Saints – dance club opportunities shared

 

Develop further existing links

 

Develop more taster sessions

 

Consider utilising coaches to upskill staff

 

Used qualified coaches to upskill school representatives prior to a competition

 

To provide the appropriate skills to pupils in order to ensure pupils can safety travel to and from school using a bike.

  • To deliver a 12 week Spring Riders course to Year 5 pupils

£1000

(maintenance of equipment, hi viz jackets)

 

Photos

 

Assessments

 

Seesaw

 

Newsletter updates

 

Correspondents to parents

2017/2018 Baseline: N/A

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

Term 1: Purchase equipment, deliver to 20 year 5 pupils.

5FN

 

Term 2: 5LH

 

Term 3: 5CA

 

 

 

Key outcome indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

School Focus and intended impact

Actions to achieve Outcome

Planned funding

Actual funding

Evidence

What can you use to evidence the impact?

Actual Impact

Baseline measure: 2017/2018

Tracking progress: actual delivery 2018/2019

Sustainability / Next Steps

How will this be maintained in future years?

Provide opportunities SEND pupils to access appropriately levelled competitions

Identify SEND pupils and consider they abilities to access mainstream, inclusive or Project Ability competitions.

£ 2000

Arrows archery

Boccia

New Age Curling equipment

 

Team Registration Forms

 

Photos

 

Pupil reports

2017/2018 Baseline: Accessed NSSP school games competitions

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

 

Term 2: Purchase relevant equipment

Attend Goal Ball 4/2/19

integrate into main stream PE lessons

 

Term 3:

 

Incorporate inclusive sports into curriculum delivery

 

Recruit SEND pupils who can take on leadership responsibilities

Host a School Games Day (Sports Day) that culminates a year-round programme of PE and School Sport

  • Develop a suitable format to engage all pupils within the school
  • Consider including Personal Challenge for the younger year groups to encourage healthy competition
  • Adequately prepare a cohort of leaders to plan and deliver the School Games Day

£0

 

School Games Day programme

 

Photos

 

Media reports

 

Pupil reports

2017/2018 Baseline: Sports Day underaken

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

 

Term 3: Sports Day

 

Evaluate the success of the events

  • Parents feedback
  • Staff feedback
  • Pupil feedback

Provide opportunities for all pupils to access Personal Challenge activities (lunch, break, PE lesson times)

Organise and deliver a series of Personal Challenge activities on your own school site

  • Ensure activities are compliant with School Games formats
  • Deploy Young Leaders to plan and deliver competitions
  • Consider developing a personal challenge card so pupils can track their own progress

£0

 

Personal Challenge Tracking cards

 

Participation Tracking

2017/2018 Baseline: N/A

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

 

 

Upskill a workforce; Young Leaders and adults to confidently plan and deliver a series of activity sessions

Provide opportunities for all pupils to access Intra-School Competition

Organise and deliver a series of Intra-School Competition on your own school site (6 different sports)

  • Ensure competitions are compliant with School Games formats
  • Deploy Young Leaders to plan and deliver competitions
  • Consider linking competitions to whole school house systems ensuring they are purposeful and meaningful

 

 

Whole school House System

 

Results sheets

 

Photos

 

Pupils reports

2017/2018 Baseline: Intra competitions undertaken

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

 

Term 1:

 

Term 2:

 

Term 3:

 

Upskill a workforce; Young Leaders and adults to confidently plan and deliver a series of competitions

Provide opportunities for pupils to access Inter School Competitions

Access School Sport Partnership or Cluster organised Inter School Competitions (4 required for Silver)

  • Ensure competitions are compliant with School Games formats
  • Ensure pupils are adequately prepared for the competitions
  • Ensure teams meet the competition eligibility criteria

£200 (NSSP membership)

 

Competition results

 

Photos

 

Competition Reports

2017/2018 Baseline:

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

 

Upskill Staff to confidently and competently manage teams at Inter School and County Finals School Games Competitions

 

Upskill a Young Leader workforce to support staff

Provide access to transport to enable pupils and staff to access opportunities

  • To book transport when required.

£2000

 

Attendance at School Games events

2017/2018 Baseline: Transport used to enable access

 

2018/2019 Tracking:

 

 

 

Accountability

It is a statutory requirement of Ofsted, under their Common Inspection Framework, to ensure that information on the use of the Primary PE and Sport Premium is available on your school website. One of the key purposes of putting information on the school website is to keep parents informed, so this information should be written in a format that is clear and easily accessible.

 

Completed by:

Cath Bates

Date:

December 2018

 

 

 

 

Document updated

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                         

 

 

 

Department for Education guidance on how to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium – updated in October 2018

 

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of physical education (PE), physical activity and sport you offer.

 

This means that you should use the premium to:

  • Develop or add to the PE, physical activity and sport activities that your school already offers

  • Build capacity and capability within the school to ensure that improvements made now will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

 

Schools can use the premium to secure improvements in the following indicators:

 

  1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school
  2. the profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement
  3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  5. increased participation in competitive sport

 

For example, you can use your funding to:

 

  • Provide staff with professional development, mentoring, training and resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively and embed physical activity across your school

  • Hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers to enhance or extend current opportunities

  • Introduce new sports, dance or other activities to encourage more pupils to take up sport and physical activities

  • Support and involve the least active children by providing targeted activities, and running or extending school sports and holiday clubs

  • Enter or run more sport competitions

  • Partner with other schools to run sports activities and clubs

  • Increase pupils’ participation in the School Games

  • Encourage pupils to take on leadership or volunteer roles that support sport and physical activity within the school

  • Raise attainment in primary school swimming to meet requirements of the national curriculum before the end of key stage 2

  • Embed physical activity into the school day through active travel to and from school, active playgrounds and active teaching

 

Active miles

 

Where schools choose to take part in an active mile, you should use your existing playgrounds, fields, halls and sports facilities to incorporate an active mile into the school day and develop a lifelong habit of daily physical activity.

 

 

 

Raising attainment in primary school swimming

 

The premium can be used to:

  • Fund the professional development and training that are available to schools to train staff to support high quality swimming and water safety lessons for their pupils.

  • provide additional top-up swimming lessons to pupils who have not been able to meet the national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety after the delivery of core swimming and water safety lessons. At the end of key stage 2 all pupils are expected to be able to swim confidently and know how to be safe in and around water.

 

Schools are required to publish information on the percentage of their pupils in year 6 who met each of the 3 swimming and water safety national curriculum requirements. Further details are in the online reporting section.

 

You should not use your funding to:

  • Employ coaches or specialist teachers to cover planning preparation and assessment (PPA) arrangements – these should come out of your core staffing budgets

  • Teach the minimum requirements of the national curriculum – with the exception of top-up swimming lessons after pupils’ completion of core lessons (or, in the case of academies and free schools, to teach your existing PE curriculum)

  • Fund capital expenditure

 

Accountability

 

Ofsted inspections

 

Ofsted assesses how primary schools use the primary PE and sport premium. They measure its impact on pupil outcomes, and how effectively governors hold school leaders to account for this.

You can find details of what inspectors look for in the ‘effectiveness of leadership and management’ section of the Ofsted schools inspection handbook 2018.

 

Online reporting

 

You must publish details of how you spend your PE and sport premium funding by the end of the summer term or by 31 July 2019 at the latest. This is different to last year’s (2017/2018) reporting deadline. Online reporting must include:

  • The amount of premium received

  • A full breakdown of how it has been spent

  • The impact the school has seen on pupils’ PE, physical activity, and sport participation and attainment

  • How the improvements will be sustainable in the future

 

You are also required to publish the percentage of pupils within your year 6 cohort in the 2018 to 2019 academic year who met the national curriculum requirement to:

  • Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

  • Use a range of strokes effectively

  • Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

  • Attainment data for year 6 pupils should be provided from their most recent swimming lessons. This may be data from years 3, 4, 5 or 6, depending on the swimming programme at your school.

 

To help you plan, monitor and report on the impact of your spending, it’s recommended that you download a template to record and publish your activity. We have commissioned partners in the physical education and school sport sector to develop a template. The template can be accessed through the Association for PE and Youth Sport Trust websites.

 

School compliance reviews

 

We will sample a number of schools in each local authority to review what they have published on their use of the funding and their swimming attainment. Schools are expected to spend the grant for the purpose it was provided only; to make additional and sustainable improvements to the PE, sport and physical activity offered.

 

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