Sports Funding

Evidencing the use of the PE and Sport Premium funding: Action plan and Impact Review

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.         

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

 

Academic Year:

2016-17

Total Funding Allocation:

£11,955

Actual Funding Spent:

£11,955

 

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

Anticipated outcomes

Increase availability of access to outdoor space in the winter.

Artificial was installed on field.

£1000.00 contribution to total cost

Pupils are able to access outdoor space all year round enabling high quality PE to still go ahead in the winter months.

Increase activity levels through bike themed clubs and events (including increased use of bike track as class rewards).

Purchase adult bikes and a new bike storage container to enable easier access for clubs and class rewards.

£2000.00

Pupils will enjoy the bike activities and clubs offered and will continue to participate in biking more often. The new storage container will make access to the bikes easier therefore increasing use. The purchase of adult bikes will allow staff to take pupils on rides.

 

 

 

 

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

Use bikes as a reward treat for behaviour across the school.

Purchase adult bikes and a new bike storage container to enable easier access for class rewards.

£2000.00

The number of detentions will decrease with the carrot of time on the bike track.

To provide pupils with structured activities at lunchtime.

Overtime payments for TA’s and Apprentice.

£1600.00

Reduced incidents at lunchtime due to greater supervision and structure.

Raise the profile of sports teams throughout the school and town.

Purchase new t-shirts and tracksuits for all year groups to wear when representing the school. Purchase additional socks/shorts etc. to enable the A, B and C teams to wear separate football kits.

£2000.00

Pupils will gain increased identity and pride in representing the school.

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

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

CPD for PE specialists

Both PE Specialists to attend Primary PE Conference. PE Lead to attend OTP.

£950.00

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of PE specialists.

Further training for PE HLTA.

HLTA to attend Level 5 Primary PE Specialism course.

£1195.00

HLTA will have increased confidence, knowledge and skill in supporting the PE specialists and leading lessons on his own.

PE Lead to increase skills and knowledge of NQT’s when teaching PE through regular support.

The PE Lead will support NQTs during indoor PE sessions to help them develop their skills, knowledge and confidence when teaching PE.

 

£1000.00 towards annual wage.

NQTs will be more confident in leading a PE lesson. This will be highlighted through observed lessons at least being good.

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

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Introduce basketball to pupils at a younger age, in particular Year R and KS1.

Purchase floor and variable height basketball nets and smaller basketballs.

£500.00

More pupils will be able to access basketball at a younger age. Floor baskets and variable height baskets will allow for greater differentiation in lessons and increased success for all. Smaller basketballs will also allow for improved hand-eye coordination amongst younger pupils.

Develop accuracy in YR R/KS1 in invasion games.

Purchase pop up goals to be used for a range of sports indoors.

£100.00

Pupils will be able to develop accuracy in a range of sports through the use of indoor goals (in particular in Year R and KS1). This will also increase success in lessons and ultimately confidence and enjoyment.

Increase ability of pupils to lead/umpire.

Purchase a set of electronic no-blow whistles.

£100.00

Pupils will be able to use the electronic whistles to control and umpire games. Pupils will gain confidence in leadership and an increased understanding of the games they play.

Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Enter the School Games SEN Boccia competition.

Purchase 2 x Boccia kit.

£200.00

Begin a Boccia club and enter the competition.

Increase sustainability of football in the school.

Purchase metal goals.

£1300.00

Metal goals will not be damaged as easily as the plastic samba goals therefore lasting longer and increasing the sustainability. 

 

PE and Sport Premium Impact Review

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

Key Actions taken

Actual Outcomes

Actual Cost

Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence

Sustainability/next steps

Artificial surface was installed on field.

Pupils are able to access outdoor space all year round enabling high quality PE to still go ahead in the winter months.

 

Pupils can use whole field at break times, creating more space to play.

£1000.00 contribution to total cost

Less disruption to PE lessons (quality and regularity) as a result of waterlogged field etc. Improved quality of field has also increased PE enjoyment for pupils who otherwise hate getting wet / muddy. 

 

Less confrontations and accidents at break times due to the increased space for football, cricket etc.

Field will stay accessible for many years to come allowing for continued wet weather use.

 

 

2 X adult bikes were purchased and a new bike storage container was installed to enable easier access for clubs and class rewards.

Classes are able to use the bike track more frequently due to the easier access.

£2000.00

More classes will opt for use on the bike track now it is more readily available.

An online booking system will be created. Teachers will be given some basic training by PE Lead as to how to use the track safely. PE Lead to look into reality of taking pupils off site on bikes using the adult bike as a lead.

 

 

 

 

 

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

Key Actions taken

Actual Outcomes

Actual Cost

Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence

Sustainability/next steps

2 X adult bikes were purchased and a new bike storage container was installed to enable easier access for class rewards.

Classes are able to use the bike track more frequently due to the easier access.

£2000.00

More classes will opt for use on the bike track now it is more readily available. Behaviour will hopefully improve now that the track can be used as a reward treat.

An online booking system will be created. Teachers will be given some basic training by PE Lead as to how to use the track safely. PE Lead to look into reality of taking pupils off site on bikes using the adult bike as a lead.

 

Bike club to be started in Summer term in preparation for the upcoming event.

PE TA’s led more clubs for a range of year groups.

TA and Apprentice paid to run structured lunchtime competitions.

£1600.00

Reduced incidents at lunchtime due to greater supervision and structure.

TA / Apprentice to continue structured activities. Play leader and midday supervisor role to be looked at to help develop more structured activities for all pupils.

A set of new t-shirts and tracksuits for all year groups to wear when representing the school were purchased. These were all embroidered with the school badge. Additional socks/shorts were bought  to enable the A, B and C teams to wear separate football kits.

New kits purchased.

£2000.00

Pupils have a sense of pride when wearing the school kits. Pupils look a lot smarter when attending events.

New kit will hopefully last several years. Items will be replaced as and when they are required.

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

Key Actions taken

Actual Outcomes

Actual Cost

Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence

Sustainability/next steps

Both PE Specialists booked onto the Primary PE Conference. PE Lead enrolled on the Outstanding Teacher Programme.

Both PE Specialists attending a variety of workshops on the PE conference.

 

PE Lead successfully completed the Outstanding Teacher Programme.

£950.00

PE Specialists have analysed the workshops they attended and will implement areas they feel can benefit the school.

 

PE Lead has used elements of the OTP to reflect upon and implement in his own teaching. He has also fed back key points to the rest of the team to trial.

PE Lead to begin application for healthy schools award.

 

PE lead will be applying for SLE in light of his learning from the OTP.

HLTA enrolled on the Level 5 Primary PE Specialism course.

HLTA is currently attending the Level 5 Primary PE Specialism course.

£1195.00

HLTA is developing his knowledge and skills in leading lessons. He is also feeding back on elements he has learnt.

HLTA will have improved his teaching from attending the course. This will be monitored by lesson observations and Learning Walks performed by the PE Lead.

PE Lead has timetabled cover when needed to support NQTs in their teaching.

The PE Lead has supported the NQTs during indoor PE sessions to help them develop their skills, knowledge and confidence when teaching PE. PE Lead has performed Learning Walks on lessons to monitor the teaching. PE Lead has produced a questionnaire for the NQT’s and analysed the findings to see where further support is necessary.

 

£1000.00 towards annual wage.

NQT PE Lessons are of a higher quality than previous years. NQT’s are demonstrating more confidence in teaching PE and are able to follow structured plans developed by the PE Lead.

Future PE lessons taught by the NQTs will be of at least a good level.

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

Key Actions taken

Actual Outcomes

Actual Cost

Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence

Sustainability/next steps

8 floor and 2 variable height basketball nets and 30 smaller basketballs were purchased.

Basketball now taught to a higher standard in KS1 in particular.

£500.00

Pupils in KS1 are now able to access basketball on the curriculum to a better standard. Pupils have increased their understanding of how to play basketball and can now demonstrate a higher skill level.

The profile of basketball across the school will be raised. The next step is to create  KS1 basketball club and monitor the impact this has on ability levels in KS2 and the school games tournaments.

10 pop up goals to be used for a range of sports indoors were purchased.

Pupils in EY and KS1 are now more able to develop their accuracy in a range of multiskill sports i.e. football, hockey etc.

£100.00

The increased number of goals means there is less waiting time in lessons and more opportunity to be active. Additional goals has also allowed for more differentiation in lessons allowing greater challenge for all.

Plans in EY / KS1 to be reviewed to implement the goals. An increased focus to be placed on differentiation in the younger years to maintain high quality teaching and challenge for all.

6 electronic no-blow whistles were purchased.

Pupils are able to umpire/referee more games/activities with greater authority.

£100.00

The introduction of the no-blow whistles has meant that pupils are able to take a more authoritative approach when leading activities. The opportunity to umpire games has led to increased confidence and understanding of the rules and regulations of games.

Pupils in KS2 in particular to be trained in umpiring more sports. Focus to be placed more on team games where the use of the no-blow whistle will be of more use i.e. basketball, football, tag rugby, hockey etc.

Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Key Actions taken

Actual Outcomes

Actual Cost

Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence

Sustainability/next steps

2 x Boccia kit were purchased.

Entered SEN Boccia Competition.

£200.00

We were able to enter four teams into the SEN Boccia tournament for the first time.

Use Boccia as a club for target groups. Boccia is a game that can be accessed by all and puts pupils on a move even playing field.

4 X fold up metal goals have been purchased.  

Increased sustainability of football goals.

£1300.00

It is anticipated that the purchase of metal goals will mean there will be less/no damage done to them. This will mean they will be able to be used more often for lessons, extra-curricular clubs and house competitions.

The goals will last longer term than the previous plastic samba goals.

 

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