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PE and Sport Premium

Evidencing the Impact of the PE and Sport Premium funding: 17-18 Grant

 

The DfE Vision for the Primary PE and Sport Premium

 

ALL pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

 

 

Academic Year:

2017-18

Total Funding Allocation:

£18,500

Actual Funding Spent:

 

 The fund has been provided to ensure impact against the following Objective and Indicators:

 To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools. 

We would expect indicators of such improvement to include: 

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  5. Increased participation in competitive sport

It is important to emphasise that the focus of spending must be sustainable and leave a lasting legacy beyond the funding allocation.

 PE and Sport Premium Action Plan

Indicator 1:   The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Where are we up to?

To provide pupils with an increased range of structured activities at lunchtimes

·        To map out the Zones and have this information clearly displayed in classes and on the playground.

·        To further develop the types of zones on offer

 

£0

·      Lots of new activities being offered and pupils more active at lunchtimes.

 

-       Play leaders have been trained.

-       Table tennis tables, basketball hoops and playground dividers have been bought

·        Training for new TA’s/Play leaders

·        Additional training for existing TA’s/play leaders

·        Purchasing of additional playground equipment

 

 

 

£3000

·        Leadership training for play leaders to support structured play opportunities at lunchtimes

£250

To continue with the Forest School programme, and increase Forest School opportunities

·        Increase Forest School opportunities.

·        Include active games and OAA within the Forest School programme

£0

-       Forest School activities have increased. There have been extra residential experiences, with subsidy provided to allow children to access the opportunities.

-       Y6 – 4 nights (24 children)

-       Y4 – 2 nights (16 children)

-       Y2 – 1 night (16 children)

Introduction of the daily mile into the school day for all pupils

·        Discuss concept with school council and staff.

·        Ensure all new staff inducted into concept and confident in how to implement it with their classes

·        Investigate the marking out of a “half mile” course or trim trail on playground markings

£100 for markers

The school has introduced a TLR for a member of staff who is leading on health and well being within school (£1250)

-       He has introduced “10 a day” – which includes the mile a day.

-       He has increased the number of extra curricular activities and helped us acquire the healthy schools mark in Luton.

 

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

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated Outcomes

To provide pupils with structured activities at lunchtimes

·        As above

 

As above

·      Increased opportunities for activity at lunchtime – including Table Tennis tables and basketball hoops.

·      Specific activities for specific playgrounds.

·      Reduced incidences of misbehavior at lunchtimes

·      Children feel safe and secure at lunchtimes

 

 

 

Introduction of daily mile

·        As above

As above

·      The introduction of “10 a day” came at Easter.

·       

To continue to raise the profile a PE ethos across the school

·        To continue to develop the “School Games” display – linked to values.

·        Use website to promote PE and school games activities – both intra and inter-school events.

·        Increase links between the sports and PE values to the school values

·        Increased mention of sporting performances in celebration assemblies

£500

·      There is an extra curricular display, alongside a school games and Healthy living displays

 

·      Greater awareness from pupils of the values of the school and how these values can help them to succeed not only in PE but in all they do.

To continue to use the Team system within the ethos of the school

·        Increased Team competitions at the end of each half term

 

·      House Points have been re-branded, with the intention that more house competitions will follow.

·       

·      Children proud to be part of their Team and strive to earn house points

 

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Indicator 3:   Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching Physical Education and sport

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Where are we up to?

To upskill staff to deliver high quality PE lessons

·        Training of HLTAs, with team teaching opportunities.

·        Teachers to work with PE TA, team teaching.

·        Continued employment of PE TA, providing 20 hours of PE support a week across the school.

·        Coaches from different sports to come in and support curriculum teaching.

·        NQTs to attend Active Luton training courses

£10,000

·      There have been coaches in school from Luton Town to work with teachers in Y2

·      There have been tennis coaches to work with teachers in Y1

·      PE TA has become HLTA and providing high quality PE across the school.

·      Active Education staff have provided support and training for HLTAs across the school.

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Improve curriculum provision

·        Work with Active Education Re-map the curriculum PE

·        Work with Active Education to re-plan and tighten planning of different units of PE throughout the school

£500

·      Active Education have worked with PE Co-ordinator to review the curriculum.

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

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated Outcomes

Further increase range of extra-curricular opportunities offered to pupils

·        Continued employment of PE TA to provide pupils with opportunities to participate in a variety of sports clubs both before and after school and at lunchtimes.

·        PE co-ordinator to offer increased lunchtime experiences.

·        Bring in sports coaches from different sports

£2000

·      Luton Town Football Club, Vauxhall Tennis have been into school.

·      Chance to Shine Cricket are due to come in to school in the next few months.

·      Children in the different classes have been consulted on the clubs that they want in school.

·      There has been increased participation – more children taking part in the opportunities offered

Improve facilities for gymnastics

·        Install a new climbing frame and other gymnastic facilities

£2000

·      This has not happened yet, but is in the pipeline.

Continued Forest School opportunities

·        Providing OAA and activity through Forest School

·        Provide increased Forest School opportunities

·        Increase awareness amongst staff that there is extra capacity for Forest School.

 

·      Children from all year groups are being offered a wide range of OAA experiences through Forest School and residential experiences (in 3 year groups)

Indicator 5:   Increased participation in competitive sport

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Where are we upto?

Provide opportunities for all children to participate in a L1 (intra school) competitive event

·        Establish a timetable for L1 competitions that provides all classes/children with an opportunity to participate

·        Delivery of L1 competitive events throughout the year, using Active Education staff and PE TA to assist with providing opportunities.

£150

·      Through PE lessons each half term, KS2 children get regular access to intra-school competitions.

·      KS1 have access to intra-school competitions at sports day and other events through the year.

·      In September there will also be half termly House days, which will include Sports competitions.

 

·      Raised profile of PE and Sport within the school

Provide more pupils with the opportunity to compete/participate in a L2 school games event

·        Support with transport costs provided to enable pupils to attend a range of L2 school games events opportunities.

·        Find increased opportunities to take 2 teams to L2 events.

·         

£400

·      We have been able to take a large number of children to sporting events so far this year.

·      We have started taking a second team where it is possible.

 

·      More children participating in L2 games competitive sport

·      Raised profile of PE and Sport within the school and raised profile of school within the town sports arena

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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?

%

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

%

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

%

Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?

Yes/No

Breakdown:

PE HLTA – £10 000

Staff member responsible for promoting well being - £1000

Coaching - £500

Active Education - £3000

Equipment - £4000