Physical education

Aims and Rationale for PE funding

  • To ensure facilities and equipment are sufficient and are adequate to enable ALL pupils to engage fully in all PE lessons.
  • To support and develop staff PE knowledge when planning and assessing.
  • To encourage members of staff to promote extra-curricular clubs to increase participation levels, building interest and vital links into the community promoting clubs and supporting these children to develop further their interest and skills.
  • To provide opportunities to try new activities such as climbing wall, ultimate Frisbee and multi sports.
  • To educate children and families about the importance of getting active and about the potential health risks associated with a sedentary lifestyle.
  • To train children to become play leaders and young ambassadors in order that they help to build children’s confidence and engage with other children and self-esteem.
PE/SPORTS premium spent on Fund allocated Intended Impact Actual Impact
Staff CPD to create a professional legacy Specialist PE teacher support £2700
LDP £855.55
PE lessons become more focused and enable children to make paid and sustained progress in PE.Teachers more confident and children making rapid progress.
Festivals and central venue league £476A wide number of children take part in sport with peers across the learning community.A wide number of children take part in sport with peers across the learning community.
Specialist PE instructing£375All children can access high level learning in PE lessons.All children can access high level learning in PE lessons.
PE Equipment£643.45All children can access high level learning in PE lessons.All children can access high level learning in PE lessons.

Meeting the Requirements for swimming and water safety

Meeting National Requirements for swimming and water safety % of pupils (14 in cohort)Meeting National Requirements for swimming and water safety % of pupils (14 in cohort)
Percentage of Year 6 pupils that could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left Rackenford Primary School at the end of the academic year 2016 - 2017
86%
86%
Percentage of Year 6 pupils that could use a range of strokes effectively when they left Rackenford Primary School at the end of the academic year 2016 - 2017
86%
86%
Percentage of Year 6 pupils that could perform safe self-rescue in different water based situations when they left Rackenford Primary School at the end of the academic year 2016 - 2017
71%
71%
Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for the activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Has Rackenford Primary School used it in this way?
No
No