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PE and Sport Premium

As in previous years, we have been given the Government's ‘PE and Sport Premium’ funding to develop Physical Education and school sports. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools. As a school we endeavour to spend the additional funding with the intended outcome being improved provision of PE and sport. We have had the freedom to choose how we feel our money is best spent. The total funding made available to us via instalments throughout this financial year will total £8362.

Action Plan 2017 to 2018

Identified need

Action taken

Cost

Outcome

Development of new clubs within school.

Release of staff to attend courses on running clubs such as change 4 life to get children interested in different sports.

Organising additional opportunities across the school week for sport to take place

£2000

 

Develop staff confidence in P.E.

Staff are currently being supported by a qualified coach who is aiding P.E. delivery to nursery and reception children. This is helping staff gain knowledge in delivery of P.E. all year groups

£5700

 

Improve provision in Swimming so children can swim 25m by the end of KS2

Children are now starting Swimming lessons in year 3 to enable them to have more opportunity to learn to swim Children are assessed each year and children who need extra support are given extra lessons to aid their swimming. 

£2160

 

Part funding of after school clubs.

To make sports clubs more available for children in the school.

 

£300

 

Healthy lifestyle workshops

Educate the children about healthy lifestyles and fitness

£1,070

 

Ks1 After school activities

Make after school activities more accessible for younger children through Rugby tots scheme

£72

 

Outdoor activity centre day

Help children with outdoor activities that they cannot do at school with outdoor pursuits (climbing etc)

£800

 

Support developing children’s fine and gross motor skills.

Support with children who have difficulty with motor skills to ensure they can get the most out of PE

£325

 

Staff training

Developing staff in different areas of the curriculum, including basketball, rugby, gymnastics.

£505

 

Coordinating clubs, staff and coaches.

Planning and coordinating clubs, coaches and staff to ensure they teach and promote a healthy lifestyle

£3459

 

Impact of Funding 2016 to 2017 

Identified Need

Action Taken

Cost

Outcome

Organisation of play leaders to encourage games at play times.

Children in year 5 have been taught to lead games for other children on the playground, and will continue to learn new games to teach.

£268

More children are taking part in games at playtimes. Children playing a wider range of games that the play leaders set up.

Develop staff confidence in P.E.

Staff are currently being supported by a qualified coach who is aiding P.E. delivery to nursery and reception children. This is helping staff gain knowledge in delivery of P.E. all year groups

£5700

P.E now being taught to a higher level

Improve provision in Swimming so children can swim 25m by the end of KS2

Children are now starting Swimming lessons in year 3 and continue lessons in years 4 and 5. Children are assessed each year and children who need extra support are given extra lessons to aid their swimming. 

£2160

Moved pool and this has helped teaching standards, more children gaining 25m during their own lessons than before due to having the additional swimming opportunities to learn in Year Three

Part funding of after school clubs.

To make sports clubs more available for children in the school.

 

£300

More children now able taking part in after schools clubs

Coach for after schools foe girls (6 Weeks)

To get more girls involved in sport

£60

Club was oversubscribed for the half term it ran ( 15 girls attended)

 

Impact of Funding 2015 to 2016

Identified need

Action taken

Cost

Outcome

Basketball provision.

Teaching staff were supported by staff from Brunel University with modelling lessons during curriculum time.

 

 

 

£320

Coaching is continuing to help staff and is helping children develop skills. A timetable has been set up so children now have the opportunity to play basketball at lunchtime. As a result of links with Brunel university, some children are now attending a basketball club there on Saturdays.

Develop staff confidence in P.E. Within the EYFS

Staff are currently being supported by a qualified coach who is aiding P.E. delivery to nursery and reception children. This is helping staff gain knowledge in delivery of P.E. in EYFS

£1680

As a result of specialist coaching, children are gaining better listening skills. Children’s special awareness has improved and are developing good fine and gross motor skills.

Developing higher level coaching provision

Qualified coach to aids in the delivery of some P.E. lessons. Helping children to develop skills.

£1680

 

Children get time with quality coaches looking at skills in a variety of sports. As a result of this children are improving skills, for example skills in quick sticks hockey.

Improve provision in Swimming so children can swim 25m by the end of KS2

Children are now starting Swimming lessons in year 3 and continue lessons in years 4 and 5. Children are assessed each year and children who need extra support are given extra lessons to aid their swimming. 

£2160

Children were more confident at swimming after the extra provision.

Part funding of after school clubs.

To make sports clubs more available for children in the school.

£300

More sports clubs are now ongoing in the school. After school club participation has risen from 40% to 65% we have been more successful in competitions, coming second in football league and winning the athletics competition.

Organisation of play leaders to encourage games at play times.

Children in year 5 have been taught to lead games for other children on the playground, and will continue to learn new games to teach.

£268

More children are taking part in games at playtimes. Children in year 5 have become more confident in teaching other children new skills. The children are learning different games not just the normal playground games.

Make children more aware of the importance of a healthy lifestyle.

Sports and health professionals came into school to deliver workshops and fitness classes to teach and encourage children to maintain a fit healthy lifestyle.

£936

Children are now more aware of the dangers of being unhealthy and the importance of maintaining a balances and healthy lifestyle.

This action will be taken again next year to reinforce.

 

Impact of Funding 2014 to 2015

Identified Need

Action Taken

Cost

Outcome

Basketball provision.

Teaching staff were supported by staff from Brunel University with modelling lessons during curriculum time.

 

 

 

£320

Coaching is continuing to help staff and is helping children develop skills. A timetable has been set up so children now have the opportunity to play basketball at lunchtime. As a result of links with Brunel university, some children are now attending a basketball club there on Saturdays.

Develop staff confidence in P.E. Within the EYFS

Staff are currently being supported by a qualified coach who is aiding P.E. delivery to nursery and reception children. This is helping staff gain knowledge in delivery of P.E. in EYFS

£1680

As a result of specialist coaching, children are gaining better listening skills. Children’s special awareness has improved and are developing good fine and gross motor skills.

Developing higher level coaching provision

Qualified coach to aids in the delivery of some P.E. lessons. Helping children to develop skills.

£1680

 

Children get time with quality coaches looking at skills in a variety of sports. As a result of this children are improving skills, for example skills in quick sticks hockey.

Improve provision in Swimming so children can swim 25m by the end of KS2

Children are now starting Swimming lessons in year 3 and continue lessons in years 4 and 5. Children are assessed each year and children who need extra support are given extra lessons to aid their swimming.  

£2160

all children were  able to swim 25m by the end of year 5 2015

Part funding of after school clubs.

To make sports clubs more available for children in the school.

£300

More sports clubs are now ongoing in the school. After school club participation has risen from 40% to 65% we have been more successful in competitions, coming second in football league and winning the athletics competition.

Organisation of play leaders to encourage games at play times.

Children in year 5 have been taught to lead games for other children on the playground, and will continue to learn new games to teach.

£268

More children are taking part in games at playtimes. Children in year 5 have become more confident in teaching other children new skills.

Staff development in P.E. given higher priority and staff continuing to develop assessment and self-assessment in P.E.

Staff are continuing to look at ways of assessing children within P.E. including children’s self-assessment, to ensure children can develop skills in different spots.

£804

Children now have the opportunity to self-evaluate what they achieve in their P.E. lessons.

Make children more aware of the importance of a healthy lifestyle.

Sports and health professionals came into school to deliver workshops and fitness classes to teach and encourage children to maintain a fit healthy lifestyle.

£936

Children are now more aware of the dangers of being unhealthy and the importance of maintaining a balances and healthy lifestyle.

This action will be taken again next year to reinforce.

 

Impact of Funding 2013 to 2014

Identified Need

Action Taken

Cost

Impact

Basketball provision.

Teaching staff participated in a basketball training day with an England Basketball governing body coach.

 

Teaching staff were supported by staff from Brunel University with modelling lessons during curriculum time.

 

£505

 

 

 

 

£320

Staff are now confident in the provision of basketball teaching and coaching and are able to more effectively develop children’s skills. All teaching staff achieved level 1 coaching award in Basketball.

Develop staff confidence in P.E. Within the EYFS

Staffs are currently being supported by a qualified coach who is aiding P.E. delivery to nursery and reception children. This is helping staff gain knowledge in delivery of P.E. in EYFS

£765

As a result of specialist coaching, children are gaining better listening skills. Children’s special awareness has improved and are developing good fine and gross motor skills.

Developing confidence in Athletics provision

Teachers are currently being supported during P.E. lessons by a qualified coach to aid in the delivery of athletics, helping teachers effectively raise standards in this area.

£765

 

Staff are now confident in assessing progress made by children.

Develop better means of assessment in P.E.

Staff training session was attended by all teaching staff helping staff develop better ways to asses children’s progress in P.E.

£60

 

Teachers are now carrying out assessment in P.E.

Quality coaching of athletics

Children were able to attend an after school athletics club to help the development of varies athletics skills.

£400

Up to 30 children attended after school athletics club, helping the school achieve a higher number of medals at the annual District sports competition.

Improve Children’s P.E. Skills

Specialist P.E. teacher came in to teach P.E lessons during Spring term

£1710

Children basic skills development improved.

Improve provision in Swimming so children can swim 25m by the end of KS2

Year 3 children were helped by having more coaches to aid confidence and skills when in the pool

£1560

Swimming now starting at year 3 with extra coaches, children are reaching swimming targets at an earlier age.

Improvement of P.E lessons with the use of new equipment

 

After some of the training that had taken place, new equipment was purchased to enhance the P.E. lessons delivered.

£1398

Resources are now being used with children in lessons, for example new basketball hoop, this is also used in the after school clubs. Children are now playing different sports as a result – more children playing Tennis and Basketball.   

Make children more aware of the importance of a healthy lifestyle.

Sports and health professionals came into school to deliver workshops and fitness classes to teach and encourage children to maintain a fit healthy lifestyle.

£936

Children are now more aware of the dangers of being unhealthy and the importance of maintaining a balances and healthy lifestyle.

This action will be taken again next year to reinforce.