Stonham Aspal C of E VA Primary School

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Sport Premium

 

What is the Sports Premium?

The Government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding in order to improve the provision of physical education and sport in primary schools. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to schools to be spent on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision for PE and sport in schools. We will be held accountable for how we have used the additional funding to support pupils progress and participation in PE and school sport.

Schools can choose how they use the funding, for example to:

  • hire specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work with primary teachers during PE lessons
  • support and involve the least active children by running after-school sports clubs and holiday clubs, e.g. the Change4Life clubs
  •  provide resources and training courses in PE and sport for teachers
  •  run sports activities with other schools·

The planned use of the PE and school sport funding at Stonham Aspal CE VA Primary School will be extremely effective in improving and sustaining high quality PE and sports provision.

Academic Year: September 2018- August 2019

90% of Year 6 children met or exceeded the expected level of attainment in swimming (Swim 25m, use a range of strokes & perform a safe self-rescue).

Balance brought forward: £18901.52

Total Fund Allocated:

£17540

Key indicator 1 : Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

Percentage of total allocation:28.8%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

Continue with lunchtime multi-sports activity provision to encourage more children to get involved with a greater range of activities.

 

 

Extend the outside play equipment and painted designs in order to encourage additional activity at break times and during lessons.

Continue to engage with Premier Sports.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Purchase a selection of play equipment for lunchtimes

 

 

 

 

 

Install an all-weather surface running track around the field.

 

Premier Sports’ Coach

Autumn Term: £1230

Spring Term: £1080

Summer Term: £1080

(£30/session)

 

 

 

 

£900 using £600.63 sponsorship money collected from Caradah O’Donovan’s visit

 

 

Quotes requested

£19676

(£774.48 2018/19 and £18901.52 2017/18 Premium)

Number of children attending each week. Target: 60

Children very enthusiastic about the sport specific coaching.

Lunchtime clubs run by the Year 5 & 6 have proved very popular.

 

Look for greater activity at lunch and play times.

Active maths lessons.

 

 

 

 

Surface used for walking or running around in lessons and at breaks.

Usable when the field is too wet. 233m x 1.2m surface area.

 

Year 5 & 6 children to work with PS coach as play/club leaders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Invest in a line painting machine to maintain and extend playground & field markings (~£600)

Embed daily run or Wake & Shake to get all pupils undertaking at least 15 minutes of additional activity per day

Introduce Cosmic Yoga & Super Movers

Share website addresses Book part of a staff meeting to introduce the sites to teachers

 

 

Nil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All pupils involved in 15 minutes of additional activity every day.

 

 

 

 

Sustainable once firmly embedded in the school day.

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE

Pupils to be more active in PE lessons – Take part without stopping to rest.

Improving attitudes to learning– improving concentration in lessons.

SAT results improving

Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and Sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

Percentage of total allocation: 0 %

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

Celebration assembly every week to ensure the whole school is aware of the importance of PE and Sport and to encourage all pupils to aspire to being involved in the assemblies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notice boards in the hall to raise the profile of PE & School Sport.

 

 

 

 

Invite role models into school so pupils can identify with success and aspire to be a local sporting hero.

Achievements celebrated in assembly (match results, musical ability of all levels & notable achievements in lessons etc)

Sporting achievements made both in and out of school celebrated.

Each class leads an assembly showcasing their learning including that in PE.

2 boards used

School Sport’s team photos displayed

Intra-school competition & results shown

 

Look into YST for sports mentoring

Nil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All pupils at some point in the year will have taken part in assembly. All parents will have had the opportunity to attend at least 1 assembly and share in their children’s achievements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The notice boards will be full of information about matches, clubs and results. Pupils are keen to get involved.

 

 

 

 

Caradah O’Donovan (Irish kickboxer) to visit with Sports in Schools to lead the children in physical activity as part of a sponsored

Embedded in the regular assembly programme.

 

 

 

 

Another visitor to the school to be arranged.

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE

Pupils are very proud to be involved in assemblies and to have their photos on the notice board, impacting on confidence and self esteem.

Improving attitudes to learning – improving concentration in lessons.

Increasing self esteem & confidence impacting on learning across the curriculum.

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.

Percentage of total allocation: 38.8%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

In order to improve progress and achievement of all pupils the focus is on up-skilling staff.

Advertise athletics and gymnastics courses offered by HSSSP SGO

Register those interested

Arrange cover

 

Working with Premier Sports has been very successful. Staff have been trained in the teaching of different sports that the school now also have the resources to offer.

 

75” screen in the hall

£2000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Autumn: £1890

Years 2 (WW) & 5 (AW)

Spring: £840

Years R (CR) & 1

Summer: £700

Years 3 & 4 (5 weeks)

Years 2 (WW) & R (5 weeks)

 

 

 

Quote requested

£3046.45

£1372.45 from PE

£1674 from DFCG

 

Use last year’s teacher assessments as a baseline to measure impact over time.

Better subject knowledge for teachers of PE.

(KI1) TAs confident to take a more active role at lunchtimes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Used to show video clips of dance, gymnastics & games.

Used to access online resources, including inspirational examples.

Courses will be attended as they are identified for as long as funding is available.

Improved levels of confidence and ability in the delivery of PE & School Sport sustainable.

 

 

Research and book gymnastics CPD training for all teachers (9)

£600

Booked for 28.10.19

(PD Day)

 

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF ABOVE

Knowledge and understanding of pupils’ abilities increasing significantly due to baseline assessments being used.

Staff knowledge and confidence increasing enabling them to challenge more able pupils.

 

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

Percentage of total allocation: 0%

 

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

Continue to offer a wide range of activities both within and outside the curriculum in order to get more pupils involved.

Focus on those pupils who do not take up additional PE and Sport opportunities.

Utilise external coaches to broaden provision in PE e.g. invasion games, gymnastics & athletics

Offer a range of active clubs.

Introduce a yoga club at lunchtimes for those less keen on jumping around

Autumn:

Years 2 (WW) & 5 (AW)

Spring:

Years R (CR) & 1

Summer:

Years 3 & 4 (5 weeks)

Years 2 (WW) & R (5 weeks)

(KI3 costs)

Number of staff involved and feeling more confident teaching new activities.

Number of clubs running and uptake amongst children who have not attended previously.

Staff will work together and share good practice which will lead to better confidence all round and more staff keen to get involved ensuring sustainability.

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF ABOVE

Behaviour to improve particularly at lunch times, leading to improved learning in the afternoons.

Reduction in the number of pupils not bringing kit to school and as a result progress and achievement in curriculum PE improving.

Curriculum PE & sport appealing to the vast majority of children.

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport.

 

Percentage of total allocation: 8.6%

 

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

To introduce additional competitive sports in order to engage more pupils.

Engage more girls in inter/intra school teams particularly those disaffected.

Participate in friendly competition through the SGO.

Enter A, B & C teams where appropriate.

Arrange inter-class matches e.g. football, handball,

Use qualified parents to broaden club expertise (hockey & netball)

 

£520 HSSSP fee

£1000 Bus for football competition (2 teams) & athletics

& supply cover

 

Range of children keen to enter.

Improved attitude to winning and losing.

 

 

4th place in Football County finals

 X-Country County finals 2nd (Y6 boys), 7th (Y5 boys) & 9th (Y5 girls)

Continue to enter inter-schools competitions

Develop intra-school competition between classes and teams.

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE

Good sportsmanship and resilience to be demonstrated.

Other indicator identified by school: Equipment & Provision Development

 

Percentage of total allocation: 23.6%

 

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

To maintain and expand the range of equipment available.

 

 

 

To provide a swimming teacher in addition to the required number so that group sizes can be reduced

 

To identify areas in which to expand following staff up-skilling e.g.

 

 

 

 

£4000

 

 

 

 

£140

More children experiencing a range of sports.

 

Equipment available for sustained use.

 

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE

Good sportsmanship and resilience to be demonstrated.

 

 

Primary Physical Education and Sport Premium Allocations 

April 2017 to April 18   Allocation 

 Amount of grant received: £8890

Amount carried forward: £549

How we will be spending the Sports Premium Funding.

  • Continue the 'Stay Active' provision over lunch times
  • Continue to be part of the Suffolk Schools Sports Partnership to ensure that our children are able to take part in across school competitions
  •  Purchasing specialist equipment and teaching resources to develop activity and sport.
  •  Implementing activities to supplement the PE and sport already established in school
  • Continue to up skill staff with additional PE training as identify by the PE Coordinator
  • Enhance the club provision by subsidising access
  • Transports costs to inter schools tournaments
  • Maintenance of the hall floor to ensure the surface is appropriate for indoor PE
  • Supply costs for up skilling teachers and for sporting events
    PE funding Expenditure Activity Costs
    Stay Active £4200
    Sporting Events including membership of the schools sports partnership £500
    Staff training and supply costs £1500
    Resources including lunch time resources £1500
    Bronze Games Award (achieved Summer 17) and then working towards Silver Summer 18  £750
    Reserve/possible carry forward £989

 

Academic Year: September 2017-August 2018

93.55% of Year 6 children met or exceeded the expected level of attainment in swimming (Swim 25m, use a range of strokes & perform a safe self-rescue).

Total Fund Allocated:

£17540

Key indicator 1 : Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

Percentage of total allocation: 55.7% (£9770)      

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

Continue with lunchtime multi-sports activity provision to encourage more children to get involved with a greater range of activities.

 

Extend the outside play apparatus and painted designs in order to encourage additional activity at break times and during lessons.

·         Continue to engage with Premier Sports.

·         Design extension to apparatus.

·         Arrange for activity graphics to be painted on the playground.

·         Collect quotes.

·         Engage contractor

 

Coach

Autumn Term: £1260

Spring Term: £1020

Summer Term: £1890

 

 

 

£2000 towards the cost of developing the apparatus area with the PTA raising the balance (≈£6500 total)

 

£2600 painting

60 children attending each week.

 

Variety of sporting activities engaged in has widened.

 

Agility trail used by KS1 & KS2 children.

 

 

 

2 TAs to work with the external coach in order to up-skill.

 

Introduce daily run or Wake & Shake to get all pupils undertaking at least 15 minutes of additional activity per day

·         Identify course

Track marked on playground = £1000 est

·         All pupils involved in 15 minutes of additional activity every day.

Sustainable once firmly embedded in the school day.

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE

ü Pupils to be more active in PE lessons – Take part without stopping to rest.

ü Standards improving with over % achieving expected at end of key stage.

ü Improving attitudes to learning– improving concentration in lessons.

ü SAT results improving

 

Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and Sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

Percentage of total allocation: 3.1% (£550)

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

·         Celebration assembly every week to ensure the whole school is aware of the importance of PE and Sport and to encourage all pupils to aspire to being involved in the assemblies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

·         Notice boards in the hall to raise the profile of PE & School Sport.

·         Role models/ local sporting personalities so pupils can identify with success and aspire to be a local sporting hero.

·         Achievements celebrated in assembly (match results, musical ability of all levels & notable achievements in lessons etc)

·         Sporting achievements made both in and out of school shared.

·         Each class leads an assembly showcasing their learning including that in PE.

·         2 boards to be allocated

·         Ascertain which local personalities the pupils relate to and invite them into school.

Nil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nil

·         All pupils at some point in the year have taken part in assembly. All parents have had the opportunity to attend at least 1 assembly and share in their children’s achievements.

·         The notice boards are full of information about matches, clubs and results. Pupils are keen to get involved.

·         To date Roy Turnham (Blind olympian champion) has visited, talked in assembly and his team have lead all the children in a sponsored sporting session.

·         Embedded in the regular assembly programme.

 

·         Another visitor to the school to be arranged.

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE

ü  Pupils very proud to be involved in assemblies and to have their photos on the notice board, impacting on confidence and self esteem.

ü  Improving attitudes to learning – improving concentration in lessons.

ü  Increasing self esteem & confidence impacting on learning across the curriculum.

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.

Percentage of total allocation: 11.4% (£2000)      

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

·         In order to improve progress and achievement of all pupils the focus is on up-skilling staff.

·         Identify the local centres that are running courses.

·         Ensure all identified staff are enrolled.

·         Arrange cover.

£2000

·         Use last year’s teacher assessments as a baseline to measure impact over time.

·         Better subject knowledge for teachers of PE.

·         (KI1) TAs confident to take a more active role at lunchtimes.

·          

·         Courses will be attended as they are identified for as long as funding is available.

·         Improved levels of confidence and ability in the delivery of PE & School Sport sustainable.

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF ABOVE

ü  Knowledge and understanding of pupils’ abilities increasing significantly due to baseline assessments being used.

ü  Staff knowledge and confidence increasing enabling them to challenge more able pupils.

 

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

Percentage of total allocation: 20% (£2100)      

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

·         Continue to offer a wide range of activities both within and outside the curriculum in order to get more pupils involved.

·         Focus on those pupils who do not take up additional PE and Sport opportunities.

·         Utilise external coaches to broaden provision in PE e.g. archery and disability inclusion.

·         Offer a range of active clubs.

·         Arrange a pupil survey to ascertain what pupils would like.

·         Involve external coaches to work with staff in clubs.

·         £700 2 classes (Year 2 & 5) 10 weeks Spring Term

·         £700 2 classes (Year 1 & 4) 10 weeks Summer Term

·         £700 Autumn Term 2 classes (Year R & 3)

·         Number of staff involved and feeling more confident teaching new activities.

·         Number of clubs running and uptake amongst children who have not attended previously.

·         Staff will work together and share good practice which will lead to better confidence all round and more staff keen to get involved ensuring sustainability.

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF ABOVE

ü  Behaviour to improve particularly at lunch times, leading to improved learning in the afternoons.

ü  Reduction of pupils not bringing kit to school and as a result progress and achievement in curriculum PE improving.

ü  Curriculum PE & sport appealing to the vast majority of children.

  

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport.

 

Percentage of total allocation: 2% (£350)      

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

·         To introduce additional competitive sports in order to engage more pupils.

·         Engage more girls in inter/intra school teams particularly those disaffected.

·         Participate in friendly competition through the SGO.

·         Enter A and B teams where appropriate.

·         Arrange inter-class matches e.g. rounders & dodgeball.

·         Use qualified parents to broaden club expertise (hockey & netball)

·          

·         £170 entry fee

·         £95 Bus for football competition (2 teams)

·         £95 Bus for athletics competition.

·          

·         Continue to enter inter-schools competitions

·         Develop intra-school competition between classes and teams.

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE

ü  Good sportsmanship and resilience to be demonstrated.

Other indicator identified by school: Equipment Development

 

Percentage of total allocation: 5.7%       

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

·         To maintain and expand the range of equipment available.

·         To identify areas in which to expand following staff up-skilling e.g. archery

·         £1000

·         More children experiencing a range of sports.

·         Immobile children engaged in sessions.

·         Equipment available for sustained use.

 

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE

ü  Good sportsmanship and resilience to be demonstrated.

 The Governors agree that the money must be used so that all children benefit

regardless of sporting ability, that all children are given the opportunities

to compete in tournaments and that staff have access to training opportunities

and continued professional development.

Pervious Years Sports Funding

2016  Allocation  - April 2017

 Amount of grant received: £3708

Amount carried forward: £199.25

How we will be spending the Sports Premium Funding.

  • Continue the 'Stay Active' provision over lunch times
  • Continue to be part of the Suffolk Schools Sports Partnership to ensure that our children are able to take part in across school competitions
  •  Purchasing specialist equipment and teaching resources to develop activity and sport.
  •  Implementing activities to supplement the PE and sport already established in school
  • Continue to up skill staff with additional PE training as identify by the PE Coordinator
  • Subsidise sports activities to enhance access

Impact of PE Funding 2016 - 17 

  • Through 'stay active' coaching we have increased the activity level of our children over lunch time
  • Pupils' have participated in inter and intra school competitions through our membership with the Suffolk Schools Sports Partnership and through football club - including covering the cost of transporting the children
  • 60 children had a term of swimming across years 4 and 5  provided by specialist instructors as a result by the end of year 5 the school has very few children who are not water confident
  • PE courses have been attended by our PE Coordinator and other identified staff which has resulted in better subject knowledge, improved confidence and additional planning resources
  • Improved outdoor play equipment has meant that we have more apparatus available to keep the children active
  • Our lunch time play equipment has been updated to ensure we give the children lots of opportunity to be active at lunch
  • We have extended our club offer which now includes; hockey, gymnastics, football, dance and drama as well as the stay active club every lunch time
  • We hosted a sponsored event for Sports England which included a visit from an England Para-Olympic athlete
  • Curriculum resources have been purchased to support all staff in their delivery and assessment of PE

Balance carried forward into next financial year: £549

 

 

Academic Year: September 2018- August 2019

Balance brought forward: £18901.52

Total Fund Allocated:

£17540

Key indicator 1 : Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

Percentage of total allocation:28.8%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

Continue with lunchtime multi-sports activity provision to encourage more children to get involved with a greater range of activities.

 

 

Extend the outside play equipment and painted designs in order to encourage additional activity at break times and during lessons.

Continue to engage with Premier Sports.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Purchase a selection of play equipment for lunchtimes

 

 

 

 

 

Install an all-weather surface running track around the field.

 

Premier Sports’ Coach

Autumn Term: £1230

Spring Term: £1080

Summer Term: £1080

(£30/session)

 

 

 

 

£900 using £600.63 sponsorship money collected from Caradah O’Donovan’s visit

 

 

Quotes requested

£19676

(£774.48 2018/19 and £18901.52 2017/18 Premium)

Number of children attending each week. Target: 60

Children very enthusiastic about the sport specific coaching.

Lunchtime clubs run by the Year 5 & 6 have proved very popular.

 

Look for greater activity at lunch and play times.

Active maths lessons.

 

 

 

 

Surface used for walking or running around in lessons and at breaks.

Usable when the field is too wet. 233m x 1.2m surface area.

 

Year 5 & 6 children to work with PS coach as play/club leaders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Invest in a line painting machine to maintain and extend playground & field markings (~£600)

Embed daily run or Wake & Shake to get all pupils undertaking at least 15 minutes of additional activity per day

Introduce Cosmic Yoga & Super Movers

Share website addresses Book part of a staff meeting to introduce the sites to teachers

 

 

Nil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All pupils involved in 15 minutes of additional activity every day.

 

 

 

 

Sustainable once firmly embedded in the school day.

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE

Pupils to be more active in PE lessons – Take part without stopping to rest.

Improving attitudes to learning– improving concentration in lessons.

SAT results improving

Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and Sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

Percentage of total allocation: 0 %

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

Celebration assembly every week to ensure the whole school is aware of the importance of PE and Sport and to encourage all pupils to aspire to being involved in the assemblies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notice boards in the hall to raise the profile of PE & School Sport.

 

 

 

 

Invite role models into school so pupils can identify with success and aspire to be a local sporting hero.

Achievements celebrated in assembly (match results, musical ability of all levels & notable achievements in lessons etc)

Sporting achievements made both in and out of school celebrated.

Each class leads an assembly showcasing their learning including that in PE.

2 boards used

School Sport’s team photos displayed

Intra-school competition & results shown

 

Look into YST for sports mentoring

Nil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All pupils at some point in the year will have taken part in assembly. All parents will have had the opportunity to attend at least 1 assembly and share in their children’s achievements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The notice boards will be full of information about matches, clubs and results. Pupils are keen to get involved.

 

 

 

 

Caradah O’Donovan (Irish kickboxer) to visit with Sports in Schools to lead the children in physical activity as part of a sponsored

Embedded in the regular assembly programme.

 

 

 

 

Another visitor to the school to be arranged.

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE

Pupils are very proud to be involved in assemblies and to have their photos on the notice board, impacting on confidence and self esteem.

Improving attitudes to learning – improving concentration in lessons.

Increasing self esteem & confidence impacting on learning across the curriculum.

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.

Percentage of total allocation: 38.8%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

In order to improve progress and achievement of all pupils the focus is on up-skilling staff.

Advertise athletics and gymnastics courses offered by HSSSP SGO

Register those interested

Arrange cover

 

Working with Premier Sports has been very successful. Staff have been trained in the teaching of different sports that the school now also have the resources to offer.

 

75” screen in the hall

£2000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Autumn: £1890

Years 2 (WW) & 5 (AW)

Spring: £840

Years R (CR) & 1

Summer: £700

Years 3 & 4 (5 weeks)

Years 2 (WW) & R (5 weeks)

 

 

 

Quote requested

£3046.45

£1372.45 from PE

£1674 from DFCG

 

Use last year’s teacher assessments as a baseline to measure impact over time.

Better subject knowledge for teachers of PE.

(KI1) TAs confident to take a more active role at lunchtimes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Used to show video clips of dance, gymnastics & games.

Used to access online resources, including inspirational examples.

Courses will be attended as they are identified for as long as funding is available.

Improved levels of confidence and ability in the delivery of PE & School Sport sustainable.

 

 

Research and book gymnastics CPD training for all teachers (9)

£600

Booked for 28.10.19

(PD Day)

 

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF ABOVE

Knowledge and understanding of pupils’ abilities increasing significantly due to baseline assessments being used.

Staff knowledge and confidence increasing enabling them to challenge more able pupils.

 

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

Percentage of total allocation: 0%

 

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

Continue to offer a wide range of activities both within and outside the curriculum in order to get more pupils involved.

Focus on those pupils who do not take up additional PE and Sport opportunities.

Utilise external coaches to broaden provision in PE e.g. invasion games, gymnastics & athletics

Offer a range of active clubs.

Introduce a yoga club at lunchtimes for those less keen on jumping around

Autumn:

Years 2 (WW) & 5 (AW)

Spring:

Years R (CR) & 1

Summer:

Years 3 & 4 (5 weeks)

Years 2 (WW) & R (5 weeks)

(KI3 costs)

Number of staff involved and feeling more confident teaching new activities.

Number of clubs running and uptake amongst children who have not attended previously.

Staff will work together and share good practice which will lead to better confidence all round and more staff keen to get involved ensuring sustainability.

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF ABOVE

Behaviour to improve particularly at lunch times, leading to improved learning in the afternoons.

Reduction in the number of pupils not bringing kit to school and as a result progress and achievement in curriculum PE improving.

Curriculum PE & sport appealing to the vast majority of children.

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport.

 

Percentage of total allocation: 8.6%

 

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

To introduce additional competitive sports in order to engage more pupils.

Engage more girls in inter/intra school teams particularly those disaffected.

Participate in friendly competition through the SGO.

Enter A, B & C teams where appropriate.

Arrange inter-class matches e.g. football, handball,

Use qualified parents to broaden club expertise (hockey & netball)

 

£520 HSSSP fee

£1000 Bus for football competition (2 teams) & athletics

& supply cover

 

Range of children keen to enter.

Improved attitude to winning and losing.

 

 

4th place in Football County finals

 X-Country County finals 2nd (Y6 boys), 7th (Y5 boys) & 9th (Y5 girls)

Continue to enter inter-schools competitions

Develop intra-school competition between classes and teams.

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE

Good sportsmanship and resilience to be demonstrated.

Other indicator identified by school: Equipment & Provision Development

 

Percentage of total allocation: 23.6%

 

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding Allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

To maintain and expand the range of equipment available.

 

 

 

To provide a swimming teacher in addition to the required number so that group sizes can be reduced

 

To identify areas in which to expand following staff up-skilling e.g.

 

 

 

 

£4000

 

 

 

 

£140

More children experiencing a range of sports.

 

Equipment available for sustained use.

 

WIDER IMPACT EXPECTED AS A RESULT OF THE ABOVE

Good sportsmanship and resilience to be demonstrated.