2020-2021 Department for Education PE Sports Premium
The school received Department for Education PE and Sports Grant Funding in the amount of £17,110 for the 2020-2021 academic year. Physical Development and Physical Education are fundamental parts of our curriculum offer. The school utilises the funding in line with the Department for Education Guidance, which is to
- develop or add to the PE, physical activity and sport activities
- build capacity and capability within the school to ensure that improvements made now will benefit pupils joining the school in future years
We have utilised the funding to contribute to four specific areas:
- Extending sporting opportunities through festivals and competition including the London Youth games
- Specialist coaching related to our complexity of need
- Staff development and training
The use of the funding in line with DfE Guidelines, and impact of this funding, is monitored through the Pupil Progress and Provision Governing Body Committee.
|PRIMARY PE SPORTS FUNDING||NO;||LUMP SUM||PER PUPIL||TOTAL|
|Pupils Year 1 – 6||111||£16,000||£10||£17,110|
Evidence of Impact in End of Year data analysis. This is moderated data which will be externally evaluated by Camden Local Authority Standards Meeting and Governor Provision and Wellbeing Committee.
Department for Education (DfE) National Curriculum requirements for Swimming Context:
Swiss Cottage School, DRC is a special needs school for pupils with complex needs. The 20 pupils in Year 6 are identified with SEN across all four categories of need. The national requirements defined by the DfE are not adapted to the context of this school. Swimming is on the timetable for all year 6 pupils, and we recognise the progress and developments each pupil in year 6 has made towards strengthened confidence within a swimming pool.
|Total Number of Pupils in Year 6:||20|
|% of pupils who can swim competently, confidently, and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres:||0%|
|% of pupils who use a range of strokes effectively:||0%|
|% of pupils who perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations:||0%|