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PE and School Sport

Cinnamon Brow C E Primary School Sports Funding April 2015 – March 2016

Following the success of the 2012 London Olympic Games, the Government have made a commitment to school sport provision and have allocated ring fenced funding to schools for this purpose. Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they have the freedom to choose how they do this.

At Cinnamon Brow C.E. Primary School our Primary Sports Funding allocation is approximately £9300.

The funding will be received in instalments.

In order for the funding to have a sustainable impact, this is to be used at Cinnamon Brow as follows:-

  • Paying for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport
  • Providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE and sport
  • Ensuring that our pupils have the opportunities to participate in competitive sport competitions (inter/intra school)
  • Providing opportunities for staff CPD in PE
  • Increase participation of PE and sports at break/lunchtimes by providing structured sessions
  • Providing a wider variety of extra-curricular clubs
  • To improve children’s attitude towards sport and health
Action Expenditure Purpose/Impact
Employment of a sports coach to ensure that we build capacity amongst all teachers.


£9000 To improve staff confidence, subject knowledge and the quality of delivering the PE scheme of work across the school.
To ensure more frequent opportunities for competitive sport and inter school sports competitions No Cost Ensuring that our pupils have the opportunities to participate in competitive sport competitions (inter/intra school)


To improve pupil attitude to PE and overall health and fitness  levels   The percentage of pupils who enjoy PE increases


The % of pupils’ fitness increases

Games coach to deliver staff CPD to ensure staff feel confident to lead PE lessons Included in the £9000 paid for Games Coach Staff to attend high quality PE training opportunities in order to improve provision and increase attainment.
Supply/Cover costs when staff undertake CPD Included in the £9000 paid for Games Coach To allow staff to attend high quality PE training opportunities in order to improve provision and increase attainment.
To continue to develop our range of clubs and opportunities across the school Included in the £9000 paid for Games Coach All lessons judged as good or outstanding against OFSTED criteria


All children make expected or more than expected progress against games/ PE criteria

PE Resources £300 To improve the quality of PE provision.

Impact Report

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2014 – 2015


In the Autumn Term, Debby and Alex from Northern Starr Dancing worked with our KS1 and Y3/4 pupils, running dance workshops in their PE lessons.

‘We loved working with Y3/4 today. They loved dancing and they made fantastic clowns!’ (Alex Lee and Debby Cook)

KS1 learnt a dance to the popular ‘Let it Go’ from ‘Frozen’ and performed it for the parents/carers in their Family Assembly.

‘I was frozen to the spot! The performance was wonderful.’ (Parent)

‘Fantastic dancing. Lovely to watch all the smiling happy faces.’ (Parent)


KS1 Dance Workshops

PE Lessons (linking to Sport Premium)

The Government funding for PE and School Sport has allowed our school to invest heavily in the teaching and learning of PE for our pupils. In 2013-14, we used some of the money to employ a PE Assistant, Mr Long, to support class teachers in PE lessons. Mr Long also ran physical activities at lunch, a Football Club after school and supported pupils attending competitions.


This school year, we have bought a number of iPad for the pupils to use in PE lessons to record their performances of skills. They can then use these clips to evaluate and monitor their progress and that of their peers alongside the teacher’s assessments. To date, the lessons in which iPad have been used have provided the pupils with an instant

real time self-assessment opportunity which has been invaluable in allowing them to see the skills they can execute correctly as well as their next steps.

Active Hope ran Outdoor and Adventurous sessions for our Y3/4 pupils in our school grounds. During these sessions, the children learnt the importance of working as part of a team and faced many challenges in problem solving activities.

OAA Activities with Active Hope

Below are the days your child/children have PE. On these days they will need their indoor/outdoor PE kit.

Indoor Kit – white t-shirt, black shorts, black pumps

Outdoor Kit – white t-shirt, dark coloured tracksuit trousers and long sleeved top, trainers

Swimming Kit (Y3/4) – swimming costume/trunks, goggles/swimming hat (optional), towel

Health and Safety in PE/Swimming Lessons

On the day of your child’s/children’s PE lessons (or swimming lesson), please can you remove their earrings. If their ears are newly pierced and you are unable to remove them, their earrings will be taped over during the lesson to prevent injury to either themselves or others.

Earrings cannot be worn at swimming lessons.

Day Class
Monday The Clover, Miss Gilbart, Y5/6
Tuesday KS1, Mrs Robinson
Wednesday Miss Littlefair, Y3/4
Thursday Mr Roberts, Y5/6
Friday Reception, Mrs Bostock, Mrs Grimshaw



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