During your Ofsted inspection, you will need to show the effective use of Primary PE and Sport Premium funding, be able to measure the impact on outcomes for pupils and show how effectively governors hold leaders to account.
Here are some of the key questions you may be asked as part of your Ofsted inspection.
You will need to clearly outline all the outcomes that you aim to achieve, this could be improving progress and skills, increasing attendance, and providing more opportunities and activities.
If you have seen an improvement in your school you will need to show evidence of the this and demonstrate the impact against your outcomes.
You will need to provide evidence to show that funding is enhancing your physical education and not just maintaining the programs you already had in place.
You will need to show how the programs and activities you put in place can be sustained and how they will benefit pupils starting in 5 or 10 years time.
If you work with external coaches it is important that they are working with PE coordinators or teachers to improve their skills. Find out more about our PE curriculum support programme.
You will need to show measurable impacts of using the funding against your outcomes.
You will need to demonstrate the funding has helped achieve within the PE national curriculum.
To find out more about accountability and providing evidence for your Primary PE and Sport Premium funding come along to our free PE and Schools Sport Conference 2018.
The conference takes place on 7th March 2018, at The University of Lincoln Register for the event.