The Profile of PE and Sport Being Raised Across the School as a Tool for Whole School Improvement
Our education advisers are here to help schools and pupils become more active, spend their premium and tailor the physical activity to meet the requirements of the school. Please click on the pictures below to find out how our PE specialists could help your school. If you are interested in working with a PE specialist get in touch with one of our development managers, Faye:
As part of the funding agreement schools are required to publish their up to date funding plan on their schools website. There are many key components this must include and whilst a template is provided schools may present this in any way they wish providing they include the key information.
Please follow the link for the DfE commissioned website reporting template
Head Teacher Support
North Yorkshire Sport support the delivery of the NYCC Primary Leadership Network meetings. These sessions support head teachers with Leadership of learning opportunities, research and initiatives to improve teaching and learning , deliver local and national messages, inform head teachers of statutory requirements and publicise professional development opportunities.
Inspectors will assess and report on how effectively the PE and Sport Premium funding is being used to improve PE and sport provision when making the judgement on the quality of the school's leadership and management.
North Yorkshire Sport, alongside a PE specialist who has recently been inspected, have put together a preparing for Ofsted document . Click on the image to the right to see the guidance.
For further information, the association for Physical Education have developed an Ofsted inspection and the primary PE and sport premium document to support primary schools. Example questions and criteria are included.
Yorkshire PE Awards
For schools who are doing fantastic work in this area, why not apply for the Yorkshire PE Awards
Schools which can demonstrate the impact of the grant on pupils in and through PE, including other curriculum subjects and priority school development areas.
This could include:
- an identified priority through the whole school action plan or SEF (for example attendance, parental engagement or behaviour)
- increased attainment in other curricular areas directly attributed to the grant
- development of other PE and sport outcomes (for example confidence, resilience or SMSC)
- comprehensive enhancements to the PE curriculum which consider pupil's backgrounds and circumstances
- impact on pupils' personal development, behaviour and welfare