Sports Funding Information (updated October 2016)
The dedicated primary PE and Sports Premium Funding was announced in March 2013 and began the following September, this funding goes directly to schools.
A typical primary school with 250 primary aged pupils this year received £9,250, the equivalent of around 2 days a week of a primary teacher or a coach's time - enough to make sure every pupil in the school can participate in sport with a specialist.
We are using our Sports Funding to:
- "Up-skill" teachers so that we can continue to improve the quality of sport lessons;
- Invest in quality coaching support;
- Provide increasing opportunities for pupils to take part in inter-school competitions;
- Offer more after school and lunchtime activity clubs;
- Purchase better equipment;
- Introduce new and unusual sports like orienteering.
During 2015/16 (276 pupils)
87% of our pupils attended at least one club during the year
96% of our PPG children attended at least one club
86% of our EAL children attended at least one club
97% of our SEND children attended at least one club
At St. Luke's, we are incredibly proud of our inclusive philosophy and always actively seek to find clubs that pupils will enjoy.
Please see our projected spend and philosophy for 2016/17
Sept 2016 to Feb 2017, so far... (269 pupils)
69% 186/269) of our pupils attended at least one club during the year
83% (50/60) of our PPG children attended at least one club
64% (98/154) of our EAL children attended at least one club
72% (42/58) of our SEND children attended at least one club
- St Luke Sports funding 2016-17 (Prepared Sept 2016)
- St Luke Sports funding 2015-16 (last amended April 16)
- St Luke's Sports Funding 2014-15