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Sports Funding Action Plan

How will Shakespeare Infant School be using the additional funding to further improve provision in PE in 2018-19


1. Improving the quality of teaching.

We will continue to employ a specialist team of sports coaches from to work alongside our Year 2 teachers in a coaching role. This will help to further improve teachers’ subject knowledge in teaching a range of different skills, enabling teachers to plan and deliver consistently high quality lessons which enable pupils to be active and improve fitness levels across a range of disciplines. We will provide coaching for our Schools Direct teacher.





2. After-school Sports Clubs (PP and SEN)

We will offer free after school sports sessions to disadvantaged pupils and to those pupils with SEN to develop their gross motor/social skills.


We will continue to provide multi skills club after school, free of charge for pupils who need to improve their levels of fitness, or who would benefit from increased opportunities to develop their gross motor/social skills. All clubs will be available at some point of the year to every Year 2 child. In addition to football, multiskills and gymnastics, we will be introducing a tennis club to develop a better gender mix within our sports provision.

Cost: met by parents/carers and Pupil Premium funding.



3. Class 2 competitions.

The cost of entry, transport, snacks and team kit will be met by school

Cost: £419.60



4. HIAS training.

All teachers will attend an inset day to improve the quality of PE provision

Cost: £1,000



5. Scooter Training and Bikeability.

Cost: £1,100


6. Outdoor Activities

We will provide another visit from Woodmill for Year 2 free of charge for pupils to experience a wider range of outdoor activities.

Cost: £2,236



7. Resources and outdoor environment.

We will purchase balance bikes, a maypole, daily mile markers and playground markings.

Cost: £7,750



8. Lunchtime sports coaching

Continue provision for active playtimes for Y2 through our professional coaches in which children can access such activities as football, hockey and rounders. These activities will align with inter schools competition where all pupils will have the opportunity to compete at in least one competition.

Cost: £950



9. Professional Development

Develop expertise of PE leader-attend PE conferences and cluster meetings.

Cost: £1,000 appx.



10. Spare kit/shoes

Cost: £99.62



Total cost: £17,341.22