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Westover Green Community School

 PE Funding

Government PE & Sport Funding Expenditure 2017-18

PE Covered

Impact on the School


Specialist PE Coach

The Specialist PE Coach has once again been employed for a full day to work with classes during their PE lessons each week and the remainder working with Gifted and Talented pupils.  The G & T pupils are taught on a two-week rolling programme so all year groups benefit from the specific skills work coached by the Specialist PE Coach.

Gifted and Talented pupils are experiencing a wide range of activities including competing in an Indoor Athletics Competition, Basketball Tournament, Futsal Competition and a Swimming Gala already this year.  It also ensures that the G & T register is updated to recognise the skills of pupils and includes new pupils enrolling at Westover Green during the school year.


Specialist PE

The Specialist PE Coach is also employed for half a day each week to work with Class Teachers during their PE lessons for their own CPD.  These sessions are on a rolling programme to further the skills of all teaching staff.  A Co-ordination Group has also been set up, for one hour per week to work on activities to improve spatial awareness and co-ordination in pupils.
Teachers observe the lessons taught by the Specialist PE Coach which enables them to continue teaching high quality PE during their own PE lessons.  This ensures that a high standard of PE is taught at Westover Green, either by the Specialist PE Coach or the Class Teachers.
Pupils who are seen to be ‘Developing’ from Assessment Sheets completed are selected for extra PE lessons to enable them to improve their skills so they are ‘Achieving’ in PE, therefore providing opportunities for ALL pupils to achieve in PE at Westover Green. 


PE Leader CPD

PE Leader attends relevant Coaching/Training Courses to ensure qualifications and skills are updated and current.  The Annual PE Leaders’ Conference was attended and this provided opportunities for all Primary School Leaders to communicate and relay the range of activities carried out in their school.  It provided opportunities for cluster schools to meet and organise sporting events.     
Impact: To maintain the knowledge and skills relating to the professional development of the PE Leader.  To ensure all qualifications are updated and current for teaching PE effectively and efficiently.  These developments can then be passed on to teaching staff and pupils to maintain high quality teaching and learning at Westover Green School.



To continue the enhanced competition programme with SASP.  This will provide opportunities for ALL pupils to develop within a range of PE sports and activities.  It consists of a calendar of competition that demonstrates opportunities for young people to take part in competitive sporting activities.

Impact:  Provide opportunities for staff to develop their own skills to teach PE.  To enter into competitions and festivals, at a central venue, against other schools.  Whole year groups working together and competing against other schools.  Provide planned professional learning support to help improve the learning and progress for the pupils in the class/year group.


Black Rock

Black Rock Orienteering provides opportunities for children to enjoy a great range of activities that will help the children develop their team building skills and have fun whilst achieving it.          

 Impact:  The children will improve their communication skills individually and as a team.  It will encourage them to share their ideas and improve their communication skills.  It will raise their self-esteem and confidence.  To also use skills to problem solve.


PE Equipment

To purchase gym equipment so gym lessons can be taught effectively and outdoor equipment for summer activities to take place in PE lessons.

Impact:  To enable children to progress within lessons and extra-curricular club.  CPD achieved for staff.


Support Staff

To provide extra hours for Support Staff to run extra-curricular clubs, attending competitions with other schools, Health and Fitness Week and holiday clubs to develop healthy and active lifestyles.

Impact:  These clubs will develop team work, enthusiasm and commitment, collaborative working and most importantly, the children will have fun.


Any remaining funding will be spent on additional PE equipment.





  • Through assessment and evidence continue to monitor the quality of PE at Westover Green.
  • Teachers to observe lessons, delivered by the PE Coach, which enables them to continue teaching high quality PE during their own PE lessons.
  • Pupils who are ‘Developing’ from Assessment Sheets to receive extra PE lessons to move them on to higher levels.
  • Provide opportunities for ALL pupils to achieve in PE.
  • Providing Gifted & Talented pupils with expert, intensive coaching and support.
  • To continue enhancing the provisions for PE and sport at Westover Green.
  • To increase participation in PE and sport so ALL pupils will be provided with opportunities to reach the levels they are capable.
  • To ensure adequate training is provided for the PE Leaders to develop their own CPD and ensure top quality PE teaching is delivered throughout the school.

Chris Durant/Matt Bestwick – PE Leaders


Westover Green Community School

PE and Sport Premium

Swimming 2017-2018

How many pupils within the Year 6 cohort can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?


This figure will improve because the Year 6 cohort for 2017-18 will attend swimming lessons during the Summer Term 2018.

How many pupils within the Year 6 cohort can use a range of strokes effectively?


How many pupils within the Year 6 cohort can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?