PESS Premium Monitoring

Freedom of Information Request: Primary PE & Sports Premium Spending / Accounting

As a result of the information received, contributors to our PESS Premium monitoring will be interested to know that we submitted a Freedom of Information Request to the Department for Education on 26th March asking for details of those schools who have failed to comply with set regulations and who have been required to ‘pay back the whole or any part of the Premium.’

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Active Matters Response to Freedom of Information Request (Received 25 / 04/ 18)

Primary PE & Sport Premium Responses (5)

We continue to receive largely concerning feedback associated with practices attached to the Primary PE and Sports Premium. Members can be reassured that we will carry on addressing this issue and welcome further contributions that continue to be verified for accuracy. Comments related to EY are highlighted in red.

 

Primary PE & Sport Premium Responses (4)

We are still receiving very interesting responses in reply to our earlier request for feedback concerning the Primary PE & Sport Premium national strategy. Comments related to EY are highlighted in red.

 

Primary PE & Sport Premium Responses (3)

We have continued to receive more extremely interesting feedback regarding practices occurring within both past and present national school sports strategies. There are examples that refer to EY once again.

 

Primary PE & Sport Premium Responses (2)

Following comments received that were recently posted online (15th Sept), we have continued to receive very interesting feedback regarding practices occurring within the present national school sports strategy. Once again, there are examples that refer to EY.

 

Primary PE & Sport Premium Funding

Please everyone have a look at this. Some points here that need to be considered very seriously – particularly with the level of funding involved.

Reception are not included in this scheme – but its success (or otherwise) will definitely affect EY in the future, in some shape or form.

Sports Think Tank have published the following downloadable blogs in recent years that are certainly worth reading. They also throw into public light considerable failings stemming from the previous National School Sports Strategy and whether important lessons have yet to be fully appreciated

If you have any thoughts – please get back to us! We need some open debate about this. We do not need 'another fine mess.

 

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