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PE and Sports Premium

Information from the Department for Education website (www.gov.uk)

 

The Government allocates additional funding to improve the provision of Physical Education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding, provided jointly by the Department for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, will be allocated to primary schools. The funding is ring-fenced and can, therefore, only be spent on the provision of PE and sport in schools.

 

Most schools with pupils of primary age will receive the PE and sport premium funding in the academic year 2017 to 2018 including schools maintained by the local authority.

 

Schools receive PE and sport premium funding based on the number of pupils in Years 1 to 6.

 

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer. This means they should use the premium to:

 

  • develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers
  • make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

 

For example, the funding can be used to:

 

  • hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers
  • provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively
  • introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport
  • support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday clubs and Change4Life clubs
  • run sport competitions
  • increase pupils’ participation in the School Games
  • run sports activities with other schools

 

The funding cannot be used to:

 

  • employ coaches or specialist teachers to cover planning preparation and assessment (PPA) arrangements; these should come out of the school’s core staffing budgets
  • teach the minimum requirements of the national curriculum including those specified for swimming

 

Primary PE and Sport Premium Indicators at Northgate

 

Academic year: September 2017 to August 2018

Total fund allocated: £20,160

Key indicator 1:   Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

Percentage of total allocation: 14.8%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and

suggested next steps

Employment of new KS1 multi-skills instructor and KS2 basketball coach to increase number of pupils participating in activity during lunch times

Employ coach and organise timetabling

£1,948

90 pupils have participated in KS1 mutli-skills and 60 in KS2 basketball.

Work on focus groups

Ask pupils which activities they would like to try

Link basketball to local club

Introduce additional breakfast and after school clubs to encourage more pupils to get involved in activities

(Many children do not attend outside sports clubs as time is directed to Mosque or tutoring)

Identify external coaches to undertake activities

£2,055

112 pupils attending clubs (increase from in previous year)

 

Employing a coach as an additional TA to be explored

 

Reintroduce the daily mile to get all pupils undertaking at least 15 minutes of additional activity per day

(stopped during building works)

Re-evaluate a location for a new Magic Mile

(since the ‘old’ mile is now located where there is school construction taking place)

 

ALL pupils involved in 15 minutes of additional activity 3-5 days per week

Daily mile firmly embedded in school day

Look into embedding new track into field @ £11,000 per 600m

Wider impact as a result of above

Pupils are more active in PE lessons – taking part without stopping to rest. 

Attitudes to learning improved, resulting in better concentration in lessons.

 

 

Key indicator 2:   Profile of PE and Sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Percentage of total allocation: 0%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and

suggested next steps

Celebration assembly every week to ensure the whole school is aware of the importance of PE and Sport and to encourage all pupils to aspire to being involved in the assembles

Achievements celebrated in assembly (match results and notable achievements in lessons etc.)

Different classes to do dance / gymnastics displays

£0

List of participants

Headship Team has seen the benefits of the raised profile and is committed to funding these areas if the Primary PE and Sport Premium is discontinued

Half termly report includes a PE write up

 

£0

 

 

Notice board in Ashdown Hall used to promote ideas for trying new skills in a chosen activity

Photos of children from lessons and clubs showing off their skills

£0

 

Pupils take photos and update notice boards themselves

Wider impact as a result of above

Pupils are very proud to be involved in assembles / photos on notice boards etc. which is impacting on confidence and self-esteem.

There are over 30 extra pupils attending PESS grant funded clubs which is complimenting activities in school and in the curriculum.

Increased self-esteem / confidence are having an impact on learning across the curriculum.

 

 

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

Percentage of total allocation: 70.7%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and

suggested next steps

PE specialist teacher employed one day a week to work primarily with NQTs and new staff

Create a ‘teach to observation’ protocol; 2 weeks teaching, 2 weeks team teaching, 2 weeks observation

£10,307

Better subject knowledge and organisation in PE

Evidence shown in observations

Use ‘teach to observation’ feedback to set targets for the following term

KS1 multi-skills coach to be employed to upskill KS1 staff

Employ coach

Organise timetable and hall timetables

£1,881

Better subject knowledge and organisation in PE

Evidence shown in observations

Working primarily with Year 1 & 2 this year and gradually working up the years

Also works to ‘teach to observation’ protocol

Basketball coach from local club employed to upskill upper KS2

Employ coach

Organise timetable

Reorganise hall timetables

£2,053

Better subject knowledge and organisation in PE

Evidence shown in observations

Links to local club

Possibility of academy being set up to add additional link between school and club

Wider impact as a result of above

Skills, knowledge and understanding of pupils are increased significantly – see note about end of Key Stage attainment targets.

Pupils really enjoy PE and Sport, are very keen to take part and demonstrate a real desire to learn and improve.

 

 

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

Percentage of total allocation: 7.4%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and

suggested next steps

New sports clubs before and after school partly funded to encourage participation in new activities; golf, basketball, gymnastics and multi-skills

Organise coaches, hall timetables, letters

as above for breakfast clubs plus £462 for after school

Number of children participating in new activities is 112

Add / replace with new activities next year

Links to local clubs

Look to train TAs to lead activities.

Look to create focus group; e.g. on pupils who do not take up additional PE and Sport opportunities

Multi-skills (KS1) and basketball (KS2) coaches employed at lunch times to increase experience greater range of activities

Organise coaches and hall timetables

Organise groups to attend basketball

Arrange a pupil survey to ascertain what pupils would like

(as above)

Approximate number of children participating in new activities is 150

Add / replace with new activities next year

Links to local clubs

Coach to train MDMS to lead multi-skills activities

Look to create focus group; e.g. on pupils who do not take up additional PE and Sport opportunities

Wider impact as a result of above

Behaviour has improved particularly at lunch times and this has led to improved learning in the afternoons.

Very few instances of pupils not bringing kit to school and as a result progress and achievement in curriculum PE is good.

95% of pupils say they enjoy PE and Sport and want to get involved in more activities.

 

 

Key indicator 5:   Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation: 7.2%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and

suggested next steps

Specialist PE teacher and teacher in charge of PE to commit to list of competitions the school would like to enter

TA identified to print out paperwork and organise children to attend (with direction from teachers) and to attend with children

TA to be paid for extra working hours

 

Team kit purchased

 

Class cover for teachers to attend

 

£680

 

 

£300

 

£474

 

Increase from 10 last year to 25 competitions entered this year

TA to write EVOLVE forms and all paperwork for competitions

 

Specialist PE teacher to arrange ability grouped level 1 intra-school competition for all year groups

Arrange date and time, activity and rules so classes can practice before the competition

Teachers to organise children into ability grouped teams prior to event

(as above)

100% of children involved in level 1 intra-school competition

KS2 children to lead competitions for Years 1 to 4

Specialist PE teacher to arrange ability grouped Level 2 inter-school competitions for the whole year group (4 competitions; one per year in KS2) against two other local schools at the local secondary school

Arrange date and time, activity and rules so classes can practice before the competition.

Link to Level 1 competition

Teachers to organise children into ability grouped teams prior to event

(as above)

100% of KS2 involved in level 2 competitions

Specialist PE teacher to organise additional adults through school office prior to event

 

 

Wider impact as a result of above

100% of children experience at least one level 1 and one level 2 competition against people outside of their own class.

Improved standards in invasion games in curriculum time.

Other indicator (identified by the school):     Additional swimming provision

Percentage of total allocation: 28.8%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and

suggested next steps

 

 

 

28% of pupils can swim 25 metres at Year 6

Look into acquiring pool time for future lessons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wider impact as a result of above

 

 

Please note: This is a working document (last updated in April 2018)

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