The primary PE and sport premium from a staff perspective

William Lawless, Maddison Borlase-Bune, Matthew Fleet

Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationArticle

Abstract

In 2013 the UK government introduced the primary physical education and sport premium (PPESP) to improve Physical Education (PE) provision in eligible schools. In 2017 this was doubled, and further funding was committed until 2020. There is currently a lack of information regarding the comprehension and implementation of the PPESP amongst staff within schools. This study provides an insight into the current understanding of the PPESP and explores concepts of knowledge, value, and the decisions being made to make sustainable improvements. A qualitative approach using semi-structured interviews was adopted.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationEducation 3-13
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 2019

Fingerprint

premium
physical education
Sports
staff
school
comprehension
funding
lack
interview
Values

Cite this

@misc{ea5a976f9c3b401cafef73840dc5775a,
title = "The primary PE and sport premium from a staff perspective",
abstract = "In 2013 the UK government introduced the primary physical education and sport premium (PPESP) to improve Physical Education (PE) provision in eligible schools. In 2017 this was doubled, and further funding was committed until 2020. There is currently a lack of information regarding the comprehension and implementation of the PPESP amongst staff within schools. This study provides an insight into the current understanding of the PPESP and explores concepts of knowledge, value, and the decisions being made to make sustainable improvements. A qualitative approach using semi-structured interviews was adopted.",
author = "William Lawless and Maddison Borlase-Bune and Matthew Fleet",
year = "2019",
language = "English",
journal = "Education 3-13",
issn = "0300-4279",
publisher = "Routledge",

}

The primary PE and sport premium from a staff perspective. / Lawless, William; Borlase-Bune, Maddison; Fleet, Matthew.

In: Education 3-13, 2019.

Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationArticle

TY - GEN

T1 - The primary PE and sport premium from a staff perspective

AU - Lawless, William

AU - Borlase-Bune, Maddison

AU - Fleet, Matthew

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - In 2013 the UK government introduced the primary physical education and sport premium (PPESP) to improve Physical Education (PE) provision in eligible schools. In 2017 this was doubled, and further funding was committed until 2020. There is currently a lack of information regarding the comprehension and implementation of the PPESP amongst staff within schools. This study provides an insight into the current understanding of the PPESP and explores concepts of knowledge, value, and the decisions being made to make sustainable improvements. A qualitative approach using semi-structured interviews was adopted.

AB - In 2013 the UK government introduced the primary physical education and sport premium (PPESP) to improve Physical Education (PE) provision in eligible schools. In 2017 this was doubled, and further funding was committed until 2020. There is currently a lack of information regarding the comprehension and implementation of the PPESP amongst staff within schools. This study provides an insight into the current understanding of the PPESP and explores concepts of knowledge, value, and the decisions being made to make sustainable improvements. A qualitative approach using semi-structured interviews was adopted.

UR - https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03004279.2019.1617327?journalCode=rett20

M3 - Article

JO - Education 3-13

JF - Education 3-13

SN - 0300-4279

ER -