Sport Premium Funding

Sports Premium 2019-2020

 

Key achievements to date until July 2019:

Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:

·         Increased participation in after school clubs

·         Exposure to some new sports

·         Some positive links made with local clubs

·         PE lead confident in supporting staff and delivering high quality PE lessons and extra curricular activities

·         Staff have has some training in areas of PE where they are less confident

·         Sports Leaders trained – leading whole school activities

·         A wider variety of after school clubs

·         Make use of the grounds

·         More staff delivering/ supporting extra-curricular activities

 

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety.

 

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

N.B. Even though your pupils may swim in another year please report on their attainment on leaving

primary school at the end of the summer term 2020.

70 %

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

70%

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

Discussed verbally and taught in school but not completed in practical lessons due to Covid 19

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?

No

 

Academic Year: 2019/20

Total fund allocated: £17,480.00

Date Updated: September 2020

 

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school pupils undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

Percentage of total allocation:

%

Intent

Implementation

Impact

57%

Your school focus should be clear what you want the pupils to know and be able to do and about

what they need to learn and to

consolidate through practice:

Make sure your actions to achieve are linked to your intentions:

Funding allocated:

Evidence of impact: what do pupils now know and what can they now do? What has changed?:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

To ensure the environment is maintained and developed to promote active play, both independent and guided.

Grounds are maintained to ensure children can take full advantage of them, with well-maintained safe open areas to play, including wildlife areas and large play equipment.

Grounds maintenance, inspection and development costs, insurances and associated SLAs:

£5,000

 

Children are able to take full advantage of the substantial and varied outdoor spaces, contributing to overall increased physical activity and a positive impact on mental wellbeing.

 

Subject Leader continuing to increase the number of activities offered during school hours – lunchtimes and break times

More children participating in sport. Increased participation, fitness and enjoyment

Staffing clubs –

£1,500

Resources:

£200

Pupils were participating in lunchtime and after-school clubs and attendance at these was good. Clubs stopped when school closed to all pupils in March 2020.

 

More external coaches employed with new sports for new opportunities and experiences for pupils

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

 

Coaching costs:

£2,000

Due to COVID-19 – coaches were cancelled even after having scooter hockey and archery arranged. Allocated expenditure to carry over. Table tennis took place prior to closure which was well subscribed.

 

Increase playtime equipment to encourage more active play and increase participation.

Three times a day this equipment will be available on rota to encourage active play (part of Active 30)

Resources:

£500

 

 

Playtime equipment available for use by children. Continue refreshing resources. Ongoing.

 

Walk to school encouraged through reward system.

 

 

School participates in scheme and promotes periodically, encouraging more children to be active on their journey to and from school.

 

To train new sports leaders who can deliver different activities at breaktimes, lunchtimes and as an intra school festival/ competition

 

Staff costs:

£200

 

 

Training for break and lunchtime activities delivered but due to covid,  planned festivals in school did not go ahead. However, Year 6 who were in school created small competitions for each.

 

Children continue to be given the opportunity to attend active residential visits.

 

Deposit fees (to be reclaimed 20/21):

£600

This was cancelled this year. However, a deposit was retained to maintain booking for next year.

 

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

Percentage of total allocation:

%

Intent

Implementation

Impact

16%

Your school focus should be clear what you want the pupils to know and be able to do and about

what they need to learn and to

consolidate through practice:

Make sure your actions to achieve are linked to your intentions:

Funding allocated:

Evidence of impact: what do pupils now know and what can they now do? What has changed?:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Running and entering local sports competitions with partner schools.

Increased participation in competition

Staffing:

£1,000

Transport:

£1,500

This was limited this year to indoor athletics, dance, hockey and cross country.

 

Running and entering festivals with local schools.

Increased participation across all key stages and experience of working with peers as well as working with pupils from other schools

See above

This was limited this year to indoor athletics, dance, hockey and cross country.

 

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

Maintain the scooter pods, bike and walking.

 

Active school chart in classrooms completed daily during register time.

 

 

School participates in scheme and promotes periodically, encouraging more children to be active on their journey to and from school.

 

To improve from Bronze to a minimum of Silver or Gold in School Games Mark

 

 

Due to COVID-19, all schools remained at their current School Games Mark.

 

School Sports week and varied healthy eating activities

 

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

 

Planning, preparation and resourcing:

£280

Due to COVID-19, sports week and healthy eating activities cancelled.

 

 

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

Percentage of total allocation:

%

Intent

Implementation

Impact

15%

Your school focus should be clear

Make sure your actions to

Funding

Evidence of impact: what do

Sustainability and suggested

what you want the pupils to know

achieve are linked to your

allocated:

pupils now know and what

next steps:

and be able to do and about

intentions:

 

can they now do? What has

 

what they need to learn and to

 

 

changed?:

 

consolidate through practice:

 

 

 

 

Coordinator attended courses and worked closely with other staff to ensure all pupils are accessing high quality PE

 

Subject leader attended CPD and network meetings.

Increased confidence, new initiatives and best practise discussed and connections made with other co-ordinators.

Courses and associated staffing:

£1,500

 

Limited due to partial school closure.

 

To recognise G and T pupils and allow them to continue to progress – introduce all pupils to local clubs too

Staff to know expected standard for age group and identify

 

 

 

Support staff in developing knowledge and skills to support and promote overall wellbeing in pupils including emotional resilience and social wellbeing.

 

Staff training, planning and preparation:

£1,200

Training attended. Ongoing plan of action given current new and changing circumstances locally and worldwide.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

Percentage of total allocation:

%

Intent

Implementation

Impact

12%

Your school focus should be clear

Make sure your actions to

Funding

Evidence of impact: what do

Sustainability and suggested

what you want the pupils to know

achieve are linked to your

allocated:

pupils now know and what

next steps:

and be able to do and about

intentions:

 

can they now do? What has

 

what they need to learn and to

 

 

changed?:

 

consolidate through practice:

 

 

 

 

To make more links with local clubs and encourage participation both in and outside of school

Taster sessions and after school clubs to be offered to encourage wider participation and enjoyment of physical activity.

 

Links with local clubs including table tennis and football continued. Limited due to partial school closure.

 

To provide a broad opportunity for pupil participation in alternative activities

 

Survey pupils as to what activities they would like to participate in – try new sports

 

 

 

Look for new interests that we could offer.

 

Offer popular sports and encourage pupils to explore new sports too.

 

More external coaches employed with new sports for new opportunities and experiences for pupils

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

 

Licenses and admin fees:

£1,000

 

Limited due to partial school closure. Further opportunities have been explored for 20-21.

 

New equipment to be purchased in order to expose children to new sports in school in lessons and after school clubs.

 

Purchase and storage of equipment:

£1,000

Some resources purchased but limited due to disruption to school year.

 

 

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation:

%

Intent

Implementation

Impact

£0

Your school focus should be clear

Make sure your actions to

Funding

Evidence of impact: what do

Sustainability and suggested

what you want the pupils to know

achieve are linked to your

allocated:

pupils now know and what

next steps:

and be able to do and about

intentions:

 

can they now do? What has

 

what they need to learn and to

 

 

changed?:

 

consolidate through practice:

 

 

 

 

To increase and monitor the participation of pupils across school in intra school competition

All staff and coordinator use school trackers to monitor attendance at competitions.

 

Over recent years, participation has been good, and was on track to follow similar levels seen previously prior to partial school closure.

 

All pupils access a competitive element at the end of each unit – this may be an adapted game, individual competition to beat own/ score or team game

All staff and coordinator use school trackers to monitor progression and achievements.

 

Incorporated into all relevant units.

 

Organise sports’ week and sports day for whole school in the Summer

Annual whole school sports event for all to enjoy as a team, family, individually and as a school.

Planning, preparation and resources:

See Sports Week

Although this could not take place this year, a virtual sports day was held, with highly positive feedback received.

 

 

All pupils participate in a minimum of one festival per year as well as intra competitions

Cluster festivals throughout the year across KS1-2- see festival programmes

Level 2 School Sport Games Competition

Level 3 County Sports (cross country, athletics, summer games)

Central Venue Football League at Parkside

 

Transport and staffing:

See key indicator 2.

 

On track prior to school closure.

 

Summary:

Due to the partial closure of schools during this period, impact across a range of objectives was not as targeted, and much of what was planned will roll over into next year. The focus shifted to pupils’ social and emotional wellbeing, with staff continuing to take a broad view of maintaining good health in their planning and actions over this period.

Overall, due to the circumstances, £12,995 was spent over this period, with the remaining £4,466 rolling over into next year.

 

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