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PE and Sports Premium

The Primary PE and Sports Premium is an amount of money given to schools each year and is ring-fenced funding to be used by our school to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality and breadth of PE, sport and physical activity. This funding has been agreed until July 2018. 

The national vision is for: “All pupils leaving primary school to be physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.” 

The revised DfE guidance includes five key indicators across which schools should demonstrate improvement. We have used the DfE template to both review our provision and report our spend and as an effective way of meeting the reporting requirements of the Primary PE and Sport Premium.

In the Academic year 2016/17, we received £8870, the use of which we report below under the five key indicators reflecting on previous spend and its impact, while identifying current needs and priorities for the future as next steps (August 2017) :

1.  The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles, including any additional provision for swimming funded by the premium.  Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school.

Percentage of total allocation

24.80%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve?

Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome

The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected)

Sustainability & Next Steps?

To promote active lifestyles by creating opportunities for children not otherwise participating in sporting activity.

1164

To train a ‘Change for Life’ coach to deliver a ‘Change for Life’ club.

Increased participation for 12 children more reluctant to take part in physical activity. These pupils are reported to be more active in PE lessons.

Having trained employee as coach, the ‘club’ can be delivered at £180 per time. This initiative  will be repeated next year.

Increase participation in sports and sports-hobby clubs in the community.

 

450 &’in-kind’ contribution from local sports clubs (volunteer time)

To increase the proportion of children participating in sports-hobby clubs.

 

All classes have been introduced to a range of sports-hobby clubs available in the local community, such as: Judo, Tennis, Skipping. . . which has resulted in an increase from 25% of children in Key Stage 1 to 50% of children in Key Stage 2 now accessing regular out of school sports and sports-hobby clubs.

Children’s continued attendance at out of school sports-hobby clubs relies upon parental support. Continued participation will be monitored each term next year.

Create more opportunities for children to sustain 30 minutes of physical activity every day.

 

586

To increase the number of sports leaders within our school, facilitating high activity games at break/lunch times.

 

All children in Year 6 were trained in September, 2016 to lead sports activities with peers during lunch and break times. 14 children went on to lead activities at break/lunch times across the year. Increased self-esteem and confidence of Year 6 leaders observed and engagement in games at break times has had a positive impact upon attitudes to active break times and involvement by younger children.

The enjoyment of both sports leaders and participants has shown this initiative to be worth repeating. Also, introduce a new initiative involving year 5 children leading activities for key stage 1 on a rota-ed basis.

All Year 6 children meeting the national swimming target of 25 metres.

 

Within SSPC contribution to EMS

To ensure Year 6 children not meeting the national target (2) can access at least 5 additional top-up swimming lessons.

All Year 6 children transition to their secondary schools having attained the national swimming target of 25 metres.

 

With only 2 children (unusually low proportion), the personalised additional coaching proved successful.

2.  The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Percentage of total allocation

9.19%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve?

Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome

The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected)

Sustainability & Next Steps?

High quality Curricular PE

From DSG

To ensure minimum of 2 hours of curricular time has been timetabled for each class each year

Children engaged in sustained energetic activity during PE lessons while meeting the expected standard.

The high profile of PE is embedded not only by the ‘two hour commitment’ but also its timetabling across the day and indoor and outdoor throughout the year.

Trial provision of a learning and care practitioner in curricular PE lessons.

815

To identify an LCP with an enthusiasm for sport and timetable into PE sessions for Years 5 and 1.

Added capacity enabled differentiation, encouragement and targeted support which improved delivery, progress and enjoyment for children. Moderation of outcomes supported view that increased number of children achieved at expected standard.

Positive impact observed and reported. Would be even better with appropriate training which we will seek to access for next year.

3.  Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Percentage of total allocation

20.86%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve?

Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome

The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected)

Sustainability & Next Steps?

Develop a ‘studies’ based scheme of work that allocates ‘bite sized’ elements of a broad PE curriculum to individual class teachers

1850

To train class teachers in sports activities relating to specific studies for their class.

Each class teacher is confident in delivering the knowledge, skills and practice of the games, gymnastics, dance and athletics in the studies attached to their class.

Reduced planning workload while improving outcomes for children (supporting DfE reducing workload initiative).

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

Percentage of total allocation

11.78%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve?

Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome

The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected)

Sustainability & Next Steps?

Provide opportunities for our talented students, not already engaged in sports or activity clubs to gain such an experience

325

To develop the knowledge and ability of our higher attaining pupils through regular work with specialist PE staff, equipment and facilities.

7 children attended ‘mini-sports’ stars’ where they worked with other talented children and followed up by engagement with SSPC enhancement programme.

 

Although the 7 participants thoroughly enjoyed the experience its non-curricular nature makes this unsustainable

Provide after school ‘taster programme’ of sport hobbies and activities with which children may be unfamiliar

720

To identify the children likely to benefit from a taster programme (engagement and/or enjoyment); to identify sports/activities that LCP can deliver.

8 six session programmes delivered in Autumn and Summer terms to a total of 120 children from years 1 to 6. Increased parental interest in sports delivered through programme. All children involved enjoyed participating and would have liked more.

The positive response to programme from children and parents encourages us to increase provision next year (obviously at an increased cost)

5.  Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation

33.37%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve?

Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome

The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected)

Sustainability & Next Steps?

Create more opportunities for children to participate in competitive sport

 

550 (pupil transport)

To increase the proportion of children representing our school at cluster sports festivals

Children from across our school have attended one or more ‘Festivals of Sport’, which have included: tag rugby, sports hall athletics, x-country, high 5 netball, multi skills, outdoor athletics, kwik cricket, tennis, skipping and mini-Olympics

This has led to 2 children representing the Town at County Level.

This is now embedded in the life of the school and will continue.

Create more opportunities for parents to share the participation and success of their children in competitive intra-school summer sports.

 

228 (purchase of medals)

To increase ‘Summer Sports Programme’ including inviting parents.

 

All classes ‘show-cased’ a competitive sport and athletics competition for their parents and invited guests (with an increased number of parents attending), coming together at the end of the two-week programme in a finals afternoon and medals ceremony, from which all gained an appreciation of the enjoyment and demand of competition.

The extended summer sports programme and finals day was very well received by parents. Pupils were very proud to reach a final, especially being a medallist which impacted positively on confidence and self-esteem (especially for those children for whom this may have been their opportunity to excel). Thus, this will continue.

Contribution to School Sports Partnership Coordinator (EMS) to coordinate competitive sports programme across our cluster of schools

2182

To take part in joint programme by training, selecting, arranging transport and participating

58 children participated, experiencing and enjoying a wide range of inter-school competitive sporting activities.

Demonstrates commitment to a shared cluster approach, centred on the secondary school to which most of our children transition.

Participation in Family of Schools competitive ‘Summer Games’

DSG

To prepare for and take part in the North Hartlepool Summer Games.

142 children from Reception to Year 6 participated, experiencing and enjoying the inter-school Summer Games.

Due to large number of children involved, this raised profile of sport has a positive impact on the whole school.

 

Following the Swim Review in 2017, schools must also report on the impact of their swimming provision:

 

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

Please complete all of the below:

  The percentage of the Year 6 cohort, swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?

100 %

  The percentage of the Year 6 cohort, use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?

Not recorded for 2016-17

  The percentage of the Year 6 cohort, perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?

Not recorded for 2016-17

  Additional provision for swimming over and above the national curriculum requirements, to meet 25 metres curricular requirement.

‘Top-up’ for 2 children

 

 

In the academic year 2017/18, we will receive £17 760, which we plan to spend under the five key indicators, reported using the template provided by the DfE to which we will add our review at the end of the academic year under the ‘sustainability and next steps’ section:

 

1.  The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles, including any additional provision for swimming funded by the premium.  Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school.

Percentage of total allocation

44.08%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve?

Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome

The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected)

Sustainability & Next Steps?

To promote active lifestyles by creating more opportunities so that children not otherwise participating were engage in at least one extra-curricular sporting activity during the year.

7243 (including training and delivery)

Access apprenticeship training to up-skill a Learning & Care Practitioner as a Sports’ Coach. During training he will deliver ‘short’ programmes from Year 1 to Year 6 that respond to the particular interests of children.

We intend that every child will access extra-curricular sporting activity either through external club participation or out of school hour sporting activities.

 

 

 

To maintain opportunities for children to sustain 30 minutes of physical activity every day.

 

586

Increased number of sports leaders within our school, facilitating high activity games at break/lunch times.

We intend Key Stage 2 children to be engaged by organised high-activity games at break and lunch times.

 

 

All Year 6 children meeting the national swimming target of 25 metres.

 

Within SSPC contribution to EMS

For all year 6 children not meeting the national target (7) to access at least 5 additional top-up swimming lessons.

All Year 6 children transition to their secondary schools attained the national swimming target of 25 metres.

 

 

2.  The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Percentage of total allocation

17.38%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve?

Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome

The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected)

Sustainability & Next Steps?

Maintain high quality curricular PE

From DSG

A minimum of 2 hours of curricular time is timetabled for each class each year.

We intend all children to acquire the knowledge and skills to engage in a broad range of games, dance, gymnastics and athletics, including swimming.

 

Active ‘break-times’ for children in Key Stage 1 including high quality equipment

586 training and 2500 for equipment

Train Year 5 children to be Key Stage 1 Activity Leaders to deliver high-activity games at break-times.

We intend that key stage 1 children expect to take part in high-intensity sporting activity each break-time.

 

3.  Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Percentage of total allocation

5.32%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve?

Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome

The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected)

Sustainability & Next Steps?

To improve pedagogy of class teachers.

 

945

Moderation of the evidence of learning relating to curricular ‘studies’ and reflect upon practice to improve learning

We intend that all children enjoy ‘great’ PE lessons and achieve the expected standard.

 

 

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

Percentage of total allocation

14.93%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve?

Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome

The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected)

Sustainability & Next Steps?

Provide a wider range of sports and activities as out of school hours activities

 

Accounted above

Make use of the ‘sports coach’ apprenticeship to gain knowledge of a wider menu of sports and activities that engage primary children

We intend that more children are engaged by out of school hours sporting activities.

 

 

Provide additional adventurous activities over and above the national curriculum requirement

2652

Engage West View Project in ‘Canvas Classroom’ project

We intend children to improve team-work and life skills.

 

5.  Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation

18.29%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve?

Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome

The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected)

Sustainability & Next Steps?

Create opportunities for parents to share the participation and success of their children in competitive intra-school summer sports.

 

228 (purchase of medals)

To continue ‘Summer Sports Programme’ including inviting parents.

 

Following last year, all classes will ‘show-case’ a competitive sport and athletics competition for their parents and invited guests coming together at the end of the two-week programme in a finals afternoon and medals ceremony, from which all gain an appreciation of the enjoyment and demand of competition.

 

Contribution to School Sports Partnership Coordinator (EMS) to coordinate competitive sports programme across our cluster of schools

2420 & 600 (pupil transport)

Agree programme jointly across cluster of schools with SSPC; provide training; select teams/participants; arrange transport and participation

We intend as wide a participation as possible, experiencing and enjoying inter-school competitive sporting activities

 

Participation in Family of Schools competitive ‘Summer Games’

DSG

Agree programme; training; selection of teams and individuals; coordinate participation.

We intend as wide a participation as possible, experiencing and enjoying inter-school competitive sporting activities

 

 

Following the Swim Review in 2017, schools must also report on the impact of their swimming provision (at the start of the year the position is as follows):

 

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

Please complete all of the below:

  What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort, swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?

 62 %

  What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort, use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?

57 %

  What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort, perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?

100 %

  We intend to source additional provision for swimming over and above the national curriculum requirements, to meet requirements.

‘Top-up’ for 8 children

 

The impact of this plan will be reported in August 2018.

 

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