Sports Premium Since 2013, the Government has funded schools, through the Sports Premium, to allow them to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding, expected to be allocated until 2016, is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – is allocated to schools to ‘make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.’ The Sports Premium can be used to:

  • develop or add to the PE and sport activities that a school already offers
  • make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

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At Montbelle, we believe that P.E. and school sport play a very important part in the holistic development of our children and in setting our children up to live their lives in an active and healthy way. Through collaboration and participation, our children develop respect, co-operation and regard for themselves and others.

The school has received £9413.00 for the 2015 – 2016 academic year. This will be used to develop PE and school sport across the school:

  • Funding new sports equipment,
  • Further increasing participation levels in PE through targeted intervention for identified groups and individuals and the use of a sports coach for KS2 lunchtime access to sport in the playground,
  • Raising standards in PE through three, externally provided PE INSETs, with a focus on Gymnastics, Games and Athletics,
  • Providing continuous CPD for staff through paired teaching with a PE specialist, ensuring all class receive two hours of high quality PE teaching each week, one of which is taught solely by a PE specialist.
  • Providing access to a range of clubs, using the PE Premium to subsidise some to provide access for all,
  • Beginning a Montbelle Football Squad to further competitive sport,
  • Collaborating with our cluster schools to develop opportunities for sport and widen access to specialist equipment and teaching.

In 2014 – 2015, the school received £9,433.00, which was used to support the development of PE and school sport in the following ways; To contribute towards the funding of specialist P.E Teachers to work with children, providing excellent, high-quality teaching of skills and knowledge,

  • Fund new sports equipment,
  • To increase participation levels in inter/intra competitive sport and healthy activity of pupils, developing the knowledge and skills children need to maintain these ideals into adult life,
  • Raise standards in P.E. and school sport, increasing the participation and opportunities offered to our children,
  • Enable all classes access to 2 hours of high quality PE every week, one of which is led by a specialist PE teacher,
  • Provide opportunities to participate in sport during lunchtime by the provision of a sports coach in the Key Stage 2 playground,
  • Ensure access to extra-curricular sports clubs through providing a wide range of clubs, including some subsidised by the Sports Premium,
  • Provide quality assured professional development opportunities for teachers, enabling quality teaching and learning for all children,
  • Provide a specialist PE teacher to team teach with class teachers to model lessons in a range of sports, further developing highly effective PE teaching across all phases.

Here are some views the children have of the impact of the PE and sports lesson they take part in.

  • ‘Progressive Sports are so encouraging and they always try and help us to get better.’ (year 6 student)
  • ‘Progressive sports have good subject knowledge about a range of sports and are persistent in trying to teach us how to succeed in lessons.’ (year 6 student)
  • Sportacus (after school club) ‘Harry and Jack teach you how to pass, shoot and skills in football club.’ (year 2 student)
  • Cricket Club (Lunchtime club) ‘I think cricket club is good because it is really fun and it helps you progress in your cricket. I think the warm-ups are good because they help your throwing accuracy and your catching and reaction skills. The matches are fun because you can practice your fielding, wicket keeping and batting. Overall I like the club and it is really fun.’ (year 6 student)