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PE and Sport Premium for Primary Schools

 

“We are spending over £450 million on improving physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools over the 3 academic years 2013 to 2014, 2014 to 2015 and 2015 to 2016. We will allocate this extra funding directly to primary headteachers.”

                                                DfE, Getting more people playing sport, Jan 2014

 

The government announced in 2013 their intention to invest heavily in the provision for Physical Education in Primary Schools across the country.  This has led to the allocation of additional funding that has been ‘ring fenced’ for specific use on improving Physical Education and sports programs in Primary schools – this means that it must only be used in these areas.  The decision of how best to use this allocation of money lies with the school and the headteacher.

 

At Turlin Moor, we believe that playing sport is a key factor in developing an individuals’ well-being, both physically and mentally.  We aim to provide every child with the opportunity to practise, participate and compete in sport and learn key values such as co-ordination, respect and teamwork.

 

Turlin Moor Community School PE Grant Action Plan 2016-2017

 

Our school vision for sport and healthy lifestyles: Turlin Moor Community School will support excellence in PE through promoting healthy active lifestyles, engaging in competitive activities and developing determination to excel in a broad range of Physical Education.

 

Sports Premium 2016‐2017
 

The Government has provided all schools in England with £8000 per year for 2 years from September 2013 with an additional payment of around £5 per child to promote an active, healthy lifestyle and to improve the provision of sport within schools.

 

At Turlin Moor Community School we have identified five main aims for our pupils and for staff training:

 

To promote the importance of a healthy lifestyle to all pupils.

To encourage competitive sport across the school through intra-school and inter-school competitions.

To promote competitive sport and an active lifestyle outside of school.

To develop confidence in staff with the teaching of PE across the school.

To use assessment throughout PE lessons to promote progression.

 

In our PE Grant Action Plan, you will see the details of how we intend to implement our vision in Turlin Moor Community School.

 

To see a more detailed breakdown see the document below.

 

If parents wish to obtain a paper copy of the PE and Sports Premium documents.

email enquiries@tmcs.poole.sch.uk or contact the School Office on 01202 685459

 

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