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PE and Sport Premium Funding 2016-2017

 

 

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.

 

 

The funding 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.

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.

 

 Academic Year:

2016 - 17

Total Funding Allocation:

£ 8,345

Actual Funding Spent:

£ 10,000

 

 

Since September 2016 the following has been achieved:

 

·         Extra-Curricular Provision: Whole School Multi Skills club and KS2 Football Club

 

·         Healthy and Active Lifestyles:

Family Fun Run/Walk – 1 Mile Challenge

  

·         PE curriculum:

Full time Sports Apprentice LSA, who is able to support PE lessons, organise lunch time activities and after school clubs. For example, multi sports, football, athletics.

Years 4, 5 and 6 Swimming lessons subside to extend swimming lessons to 8 weeks and support those with financial difficulties.

 

 

 

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

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Swimming Subsidy

All children able to achieve 25m swim by end of Year 6.

£1000

More qualified staff enabling pupils to be taught in smaller groups and more individual support. Extension of the number of weeks swimming is taught to enable pupils to make progress. See data in achievements.

School Sports Day

EH to organise with staff members and support from St. Anselm’s if required.

 

Whole school inclusive and competitive event. Promoting active and healthy lifestyles with the whole school community.

School Workshops

HT, EH and School Office to organise whole school skipping workshop and FS/KS1 Cycle circle workshop.

£800

Promotion of healthy and active lifestyles.

Healthy Lifestyles

Change for life resources

Cooking with parents and pupils to produce healthy meals.

£300

Promotion of healthy lifestyles and share produce.

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

Rewards and celebrations

Sports day trophy and swimming lesson badges. Certificates for events such as Consortium Rounder’s.

£50

Developing sense of pride and success in sport.

Pupils to perform or have filmed performances shown in assembly.

Pupils film or perform to display live as an individual and group.

 

Developing sense of pride and success in sport.

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

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Team Teaching with specialist PE Teachers

EH to organise required support from PE department at St. Anselm’s – AA.

£1,500

Increased quality of teaching and learning.

CPD training with a secondary specialist to develop teacher’s knowledge and further strengthen the links with a secondary school.

Sports Apprentice LSA

LB to support and lead in PE lessons, provided lunch time activities and after school clubs.

£5,000

Increased quality of teaching and learning. Organised activities at lunch time. Variety of clubs provided.

Equipment

EH and LB to take regular audits of equipment and order as required.

£250

High quality teaching and resources.

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

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Sandwich Consortium Event – KS1 Curling

HT to organise with EH and FH. 

£150

KS1 children participating in annual inclusive competitive event.

Extra curricular clubs

EH and LB to organise a range of clubs. Pupil voice to be taken to indicate range of clubs children would like to have on offer.

EH to organise Gym Club

£550

 

 

(£25 per session)

Diverse range of clubs for all our children’s needs. Encouragement of active and healthy lifestyles.

Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Denary Events

EH to organise with staff members.

For Example:

Year 3/4 Team Building

Year 5/6 Football and Netball

Year 5 Athletics Competition

£400 (Transport)

Competitive sport with local catholic schools. Developing good relationships with local catholic primary and secondary schools.

KCSP

Sports Day for KS2 children at Julie Rose Stadium – LB to organise.

Under transport allocation

Competitive sport at professional stadium.

 

 

 

Future Spending:

·         Competing in the Dover Schools Football League

·         Staff CPD subject specific as required

·         Possibly joining as sports partnership

 

 

 

PE and Sport Premium Funding 2015-2016

September saw the first part of this years’ award. We received £4868 and we received the second part in May (£3477) making the total £8345.

 

The Sport Premium is used in school to provide opportunities and chances for pupils to improve their lives through provision in Physical Education, School Sport and Healthy Active Lifestyles.

 

Since September 2015 the following has been achieved:

 

  • Extra-Curricular Provision: Whole School Colour Run Event to celebrate ‘Road to Rio.’ All the children took part in the running or walking 1 mile.

     

  • Healthy and Active Lifestyles:

    Termly cooking club where 60% of the school were able to experience creating and testing food from around the world.

    National clean for the Queen – 25% of the school participated in the village tidy up for the Queen.

     

  • Competitive Sport:

    Year 3/4 Denary Team Building Day at St. Anselm’s School

    Year 5 Denary Sports Day at St. Anselm’s School

    Year 2 Sandwich Consortium Indoor Curling Event

    KS2 Julie Rose Stadium Kent Catholic schools Academy Sports Day

    KS2 Sandwich Consortium Rounder Competition

    School Sports Day – Bananas and Water for break

     

  • School logo T-shirts for participating in events

     

    New and replacement equipment – Rounders Bats, Footballs, Batons, Medicine Balls, Mats and Aeroballs.

     

  • PE curriculum:

    KS1 and KS2 teachers have received high quality specialist PE Teaching support through Team teaching sessions with PE Teachers from St. Anselm’s Secondary School.

    Full time Sports Apprentice LSA, who is able to support PE lessons, organise lunch time activities and after school clubs. For example, multi sports, football, athletics.

    Years 4, 5 and 6 Swimming lessons subside to extend swimming lessons to 8 weeks and support those with financial difficulties. The data bellows shows the progress that the children have been able to achieve.

     

    Year 6 – 80% able to 25m or more

                 - 70% swam over 120m

     

    Year 5 – 60% able to swim 25m or more

     

    Year 4 – 25% able to swim 25m or more

     

 

Sport’s Premium Amount 2015 -2016

 

Total received £8345

Total Spent: £8565

 

Activity

Amount spent

Impact

PE Curriculum expenditure

£8565

Swimming subsidy

£1000

More qualified staff enabling pupils to be taught in smaller groups and more individual support. Extension of the number of weeks swimming is taught to enable pupils  to make progress. See data in achievements

Colour Run – Road to Rio

£200

Whole School healthy life styles and fundraising event.  

Cooking Club

 

Cooker

 

Healthy Lifestyles- Change 4 life programme

£100

 

£200

 

£300

Promotion of healthy food. Developing culinary skills and widening the cooking experiences for children.  

Using the programme to support a year 3 / 4 class with healthy cooking and lifestyle.

Julie Rose Stadium Athletics Event

 

 

 

 

 

Deanery Event

 

 

Consortium Events

£260

 

 

 

 

 

£100

 

 

£150

Opportunities for children to participate in a competitive events.

KS2 Kent Catholic schools academy event and experience a sports stadium.

Deanery Team Building event for KS2.

Consortium KS1 Curling event.

School Sports Day

£50

Water and banana to promote healthy snack.

Tidy up for the Queen National event.

£120

Litter  pick in the community and equipment as part of six ways to well being programme.

Equipment

 

 

School Logo T-Shirts

£120

 

 

£65

High quality teaching and resources.

 

Representing School

Team Teaching from St. Anselm’s  

£500

CPD training with a secondary specialist to develop teachers knowledge and further strengthen the links with a secondary school.

Sports Apprentice LSA

£5000

Support and lead in PE lessons, provided lunch time activities and after school clubs.

Travel to events £400  

 

Future Spending:

  • Competing in the Dover Schools Football League

  • KS1 Multi skills club

  • Dance club KS2

  • Swimming subside

  • Transport for competitions

  • Staff CPD subject specific as required

  • Possibly joining as sports partnership

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