Sport Premium Funding

Primary PE & School Sport Premium Online Reporting: Hunwick Primary School 2018 – 2019

Primary PE & Sport Premium Grant

At Hunwick Primary School, we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children.

Our Primary School Sports Funding enables us to continue to extend our provision through hosting and attending more competitive sports competitions, attending and hosting sports festivals, transporting pupils to sporting events, purchasing more sports equipment and training our staff to deliver in-house quality PE sessions.

What is the Sports Premium?

The primary PE and sport premium was introduced in March 2013 to improve the provision of physical education and school sport in primary schools across England. The £150 million per year funding is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health, and Culture, Media and Sport (DfE, DH, DCMS). The funding is allocated directly to primary schools and is ring-fenced. This means it may only be spent on improving the provision of PE and sport in schools. In February 2014 the government committed to continue the funding until 2020.

Click here for the Department of Education link to the Primary School’s Sports Funding page.

Sports Premium Spending

In the academic year 2018-2019, Hunwick Primary School spent the Sports Premium Money in many different ways to improve PE and Sport throughout the school as well as to engage more pupils in more and varied sports.

  • Paying for members of staff to provide cover for PE leader, and other teaching staff, to attend courses in PE to develop their professional development which will then be fed back to all staff at the school.
  • Training and supporting the schools young Sports Leaders who lead sporting activities during break times, lunchtimes as well as supporting in PE classes around the school and during Sports Weeks/ festivals.
  • Supporting and engaging children to take part in at least 30 minutes of activity throughout the school day.
  • Providing a range of activities for pupils in PE lessons, after-school sports clubs and organising sports competitions.
  • Attending sports competitions/ festivals within our Cluster Schools and throughout County Durham; increasing pupils’ participation in the school games at Level 2 and above competitions.
  • Paying the 2017-18 Academic Year SLA.
  • Further developing links with outside school sports clubs. Ensuring children are signposted to local clubs and events to encourage them to develop their skills and physical activity involvement even further.
  • Funding a PE/Sport week held in the Summer term.

 

 Please see the tables below.

Academic Year: 2018/19

Total fund allocated: £17,480

Date Updated: July 2019

 

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

Percentage of total allocation:

8 %

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Subject Leader increased the number of activities offered during school hours – lunchtimes and break times.

 

 

 

Football sessions introduced at break and lunchtimes

£200

Huge increase in both male and female participation across all of KS 2

Very sustainable. Next step: Introduce smaller activities for KS1 ran by Sports leaders so whole school benefits

Coaches employed to deliver extra-curricular activities

Coaches employed, minimum 2 every half term, to deliver high quality and varied sports.

£1200

Pupils have joined clubs outside of school and have enjoyed increasing their fitness.

To take suggestions from pupil voice and continue to expand sports clubs offered

 

Key indicator 2: The profile of PESSPA being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Percentage of total allocation:

39 %

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Running and entering festivals and sports competitions in local cluster and within school for all key stages.

SSP and our cluster schools have run different sports competitions and festivals catering for all year groups.

£1000

 

+

 

£1000

Staffing cover

Children have participated in a variety of sports off school grounds

 

They have worked in teams with pupils from their own school and schools within the cluster

 

Pupils have gained new skills and fitness again is increasing.

Yes sustainable – timetable already set up for next year with schools locally

School Sports Leaders continued with refurbished and new equipment.

New equipment purchased and some equipment refurbished to improve break times and to support PE lessons

e.g. Mats for more effective gymnastics

£1500

PE lessons more successful and better differentiation

 

Increased safety due to space and more participation.

Yes refurbish when required but all necessary equipment is available.

PTA involved in organising colour run and supporting and increasing awareness of the importance of exercise and sport whilst having fun at the same time

Whole school colour run with parents and guardians involved

£300

Parents/ guardians involved

 

Positive feedback

 

Enjoyment

 

Possibly repeat or complete a different activity with various obstacles to make running fun.

Walk to School initiative introduced and rewards provided to encourage participation.

Children have attended assembly’s ad participated in walk to school since April

£0

More children walk and a lot want to park and stride with guardians

 

Also pupils who travel on buses enjoy exercise on a morning now.

Yes – activated for 2019 - 2020

Active 30 promoted throughout school through posters, sports leaders and assemblies

Active 30 has been promoted throughout the year by all staff

£0

Children all completing a minimum of 30 minutes exercise a day

Yes

 

Next step – more focus on pupil voice and how they want to promote Active 30

 

Also introduce new games for pupils to keep engaged

School Sports week and varied healthy eating activities

 

This included after school clubs, cross curricular lessons and sessions for children and parents in school

Various clubs ran

 

Eco club, Healthy eating and cookery club and Kid2fit club.

 

Also taster sessions - mexico, Italy and healthy eating cookery day

£1500

Children and parents involved and enjoyed sessions.

 

Children commenting on how to stay healthy and advising others.

 

Pupils voice - children informing class about healthy eating

 

Development of outdoor  area - supporting SEN, Reception and KS1

 

£1500

 

 

 

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Percentage of total allocation:

30 %

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Coordinators attended courses and worked with other teachers and coaches to ensure all pupils were accessing high quality PE.

 

Subject leader attended training

 

Staff attended CPD - PE specific/ healthy bodies.

 

Co-ordinators attended courses and cover provided as required.

 

Co-ordinator liaised with HT to ensure staff meeting time was allocated in order to circulate information to staff.

 

 

£1000

 

2017-18 SLA payment in April 2018:

£4,209

As a result of effective leadership in the subject and confident and knowledgeable staff, all pupils made good or better progress, building on prior achievement.

 

Staff have increased in confidence and have attended more competitions and festivals.

 

Pupils have increased confidence, self-esteem and a desire to learn.

 

There are fewer non-participants and when pupils are unable to participate in the physical activities because of injury, they have an alternative role e.g. coaching, leading warm up etc.

 

PE leader has attended training meetings. Ideas from these

meetings have been developed in school to promote Active

30 and it is clear to see that many children are more

physically active at playtimes than previously – even a

number of children who were previously reluctant have

shown engagement in some of the games and activities

they have now been introduced to.

 

 

Co-ordinator to be provided with time to ensure PE continues to be delivered effectively and confidently throughout the school.

 

Attend any courses that will support the co-ordinator.

 

Staff to identify any further areas they want to develop and co-ordination to be aware of courses that may support this

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ensure 2 staff are responsible for swimming and change the way swimming is taught across the school to increase the number of pupils met National Curriculum Standard

 

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

Percentage of total allocation:

3%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Qualified sports coaches employed throughout the year for after school sports clubs

 

Increase sports participation both in competitive sports and developing skills

 

 

See above

Children have more opportunities to engage in different sports and enjoyed participating with children in other year groups.

Yes

 

Next step – more coaches/ varied sports

Introduction of new sports in school and in festivals

Introduce pupils to new sports and encourage pupils to participate in sports both internally and external to school e.g. judo, dance etc

See above

Children have joined external sports clubs due to the taster sessions.

 

New club links

 

Pupils enjoyed sessions.

Continue running festivals and communicating with local schools ad sports clubs

Residential funding provided for those pupils in year 6 who would benefit from accessing new sports and activities

As a school, we contributed to families who were unable to fund their child’s residential trip which allowed them to participate in varied and new sports including archery, rifle shooting, abseiling etc.

£500

Pupils accessed new and engaging activities

 

Pupils participated in once in a lifetime activities with friends

 

Enjoyment

 

Over coming of fears

New skills

Support pupils and parents/ guardians continually

 

Aim to promote residentials due to the huge benefits and support parents where possible

 

 

 

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation:

23%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Numerous festivals and competitions attended.

Communicated with cluster schools and all ran at least 1 festival

 

Participated with SSP

£1000

Transport only

 

Staffing cover

£1000 - running events

Children enjoyed and participated willingly

 

Teachers and staff - CPD

Yes – already organised a programme for next year

Festivals held for local cluster.

Communicated with cluster schools and all ran at least 1 festival

£1000 - Transport only

 

Staffing cover

£1000

Children enjoyed and participated willingly

 

Teachers and staff - CPD

Yes – already organised a programme for next year

Impact of the Sport Premium

The Sports Premium has been used to support Hunwick Primary School’s pupils in numerous ways: attending competitive sports and festivals (transport), refurbishing and purchasing new equipment and introducing pupils to new sports. During the school year 2018-2019 100% of pupils took part in an inter sport activity within our schools cluster.

The subject leader monitors physical activity and sport participation both within and out of school settings. This information has been used effectively to focus the provision for after school clubs, with pupil voice shaping some new activities for the next academic year.

Assessment is used as a diagnostic tool. Activities support regular intervention for those not making expected progress. Pupils have a clear understanding of what is required to be successful at various points in the programmes they study as a result of visual assessment standards for each class/activity/assessment task. The funding has been used wisely to upskill teachers and TA’s in this area.

The strategic upskilling of teachers and other adults reflects how the subject leader recognises the needs of all involved in the delivery of physical education. Teachers and other adults are shown how to learn from coaches and specialist teachers. Sport Premium funded professional learning has improved the quality of teaching across both key stages. The establishment of a co-planning opportunity prior to each unit of support is a significant contributing factor to this. Teachers have become adept at modifying activities they have observed across different activity areas.  Careful consideration is given to how best to support the skills and knowledge of all of the staff.

The school is making significant steps towards increasing the sustainability of high-quality physical education and school sport.

Sustainability

It is clear that the funding is being used to enhance provision at Hunwick Primary School. These improvements are sustainable as the school is working as an effective cluster partnership who have the skills and knowledge to continue the good practice that has been established.

Key achievements to date:

Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:

+ Festivals ran within school cluster

+ Varied opportunities – specifically residentials

+ Equipment and accessibility to equipment for PE and sports clubs

+ Opportunities for all – throughout the day

+ Active 30

+ High quality PE lessons

+ Support and provision in school – teachers and TA’s approach co-ordinator for advice when necessary

+ Confident and experienced staff to deliver high quality PE lessons

+ CPD – coaches that have supported staff and progressed pupils learning

+ Even more sports to be introduced

+ Swimming – change the structure of swimming – communicated with swimming instructor and she advised this would be more beneficial

+ Provision for G and T

+ More assessment and observation of PE by co-ordinator – time provided

Swimming Assessment Year 6

Swimming data 19 - 20

Swimming data 18 - 19

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

Assessment Percentages

2018 – 2019 – Percentage of the Year 6 cohort that can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?

%

2018 – 2019 - Percentage of  the Year 6 cohort that can use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?

%

2018 – 2019 - Percentage of Year 6 cohort that can 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

Some pupils have had additional swimming lessons in Year 3, 4 and 5 to increase confidence in the water and close the gap when aiming to reach the National Curriculum requirements.

 

 

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