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Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.
Sports Funding 2019-2020 updated September 2019

Academy focus

 

Actions to achieve

Funding

allocated

Intended impact

 

Evidence, impact and suggested next steps. (Completed at end of school year.)

Encourage more children to take up swimming.

Year Five and Six to have extra swimming lessons in the Summer Term.

£732

 

 

 

90% of children leave the Academy having the ability to swim 25metres.

 

Children given the best opportunity to learn to swim in a smaller group size.

Employ an extra swimming coach:

 

Year Three Swimming

 

Year Five/Six Swimming

 

 

£176

 

£155

87% of children are confident to enter the water and swim a distance of at least five metres.

 

 

 

Key Indicator 2: The profile of PE and Sport being raised across the academy as a tool for whole academy improvement

Percentage of total allocation:

 

Academy focus

 

Actions to achieve

Funding

allocated

Intended impact

 

Evidence, impact and suggested next steps. (Completed at end of school year.)

Improve extracurricular provision across the school.

Before school sports clubs.

 

£400

 

Opportunity for children to engage in physical activity before school who may be unable to attend school clubs.

 

Target:  Three early morning clubs to accommodate 15 children each morning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

Percentage of total allocation:

 

Academy focus

 

Actions to achieve

Funding

allocated

Intended impact

 

Evidence, impact and suggested next steps. (Completed at end of school year.)

Developing teacher & support staff PE skills.

 

 

 

 

“PASS” specialist PE coaches work alongside teachers for 6 week block.

£9,270

Teachers have an improved subject knowledge and feel confident, leading to an improved delivery of the PE lessons and enhanced curriculum coverage.

 

 

 

Continuing professional development.

Places available for teaching/non- teaching staff to attend PE courses throughout the year.

£277

Improved teaching skills leading to the sharing of good practice and enhancing PE provision.

 

Training of support staff to assist with swimming coaching.

Members of support staff to attend the one day training at Larkfield.

£130

Trained staff to assist at pool side with teaching to enable smaller groups and therefore greater participation.

 

 

 

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

Percentage of total allocation:

 

Academy focus

 

Actions to achieve

Funding

allocated

Intended impact

 

Evidence, impact and suggested next steps. (Completed at end of school year.)

To broaden the range of sports on offer.

KS2 to attend outward bound centre.

£3,940

All children in KS2 to have the opportunity of participating in adventurous activities.

 

 

Improve cycling skills in Key Stage One.

Take part in the Learn To Cycle programme using balance bikes.

£450

85% of Reception class pupils are confident on a balance bike, enabling them to have the skills to learn to ride a bike.

 

To increase the children’s physical activity rates.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Organise Bikeability lessons for Year Six.

 

Daily Mile – three times per week.

 

 

£250

 

 

 

Children have the ability to ride safely on the road.

 

Raised fitness levels.

Improved mental wellbeing before returning to class for afternoon lessons.

 

To use Pupil Voice to ascertain further sports opportunities available.

KS2 pupil survey to be conducted.

 

 

 

Pupils have a choice of sports which they would like to see as part of the sports available either during lesson time or as an extra-curricular club.

 

 

 

Key Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation:

 

Academy focus

 

Actions to achieve

Funding

allocated

Intended impact

 

Evidence, impact and suggested next steps.

(Completed at end of school year.)

Increased participation in inter-school tournaments.

Places to be booked on the tournaments available to both KS1 and KS2.

£250

Children have the opportunity to take part in competitions in a greater choice of sports:  football, rugby, cricket,  netball, athletics, swimming

 

 

PASS Personal challenges as lunch time activities.

Warm up activities at start of PE lessons focus on Intra League Challenges.

 

Play leaders practice and develop skills at lunchtimes.

 

Results recorded at the start and end of term to ascertain progress.

 

Results sent to PASS as part of the intra league challenge.

 

 

Allowing children to set personal goals and challenges.  Competing against themselves but also across multiple schools. 

 

Participate in county wide athletics tournament.

Take part in an Academy inter-school athletic tournament.

£480

Children have the opportunity to compete against a range of schools in an athletics stadium.

 

Participate in PASS aqua sports competition.

Identify children who do not normally swim competitively.

 

Register for participation.

£200

More children are given the confidence to participate in swimming competitions.

 

To involve more girls in sports as part of the “This Girl Can” sports initiative with Sport England.

Identifying groups of girls in KS2 who don’t normally engage in sports activities both inside and outside of school.

 

Offering opportunities for this group to have greater engagement.

£100

Girls participating in sports to increase to 85% across the Academy.

 

 

 

Other Indicators identified by academy:

Percentage of total allocation:

Academy focus

 

Actions to achieve

Funding

allocated:

Intended impact:

 

Evidence, impact and suggested next steps. (Completed at end of school year.)

Ensure all equipment meets health and safety requirements.

Replace equipment which has been identified.

£500

All sports equipment is safe to use throughout the school.

 

To develop pupil’s ability to act as Play Leaders.

Training for Year Six pupils to learn how to implement play during lunchtimes. 

 

Separate storage facilities for lunchtime Play Leader’s equipment.

 

Audit of sports equipment available for Play Leader use.

 

Summer Term Year Five to begin play leader training in order to support the Year Six pupils.

£450

Play Leaders will have the ability to engage a wide range of children in physical activities at lunchtime.

 

Clear area in PE storage for Play Leader equipment.

 

Sufficient equipment being available for Play Leader use.

 

Year Five pupils aware of basic skills in Play Leader training to ensure that they are more prepared and impactful before reaching Year Six.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Expenditure

£17,760

 

 

 

 

Academy focus

 

Actions to achieve

Funding

allocated

Impact

 

Encourage more children to take up swimming.

Year Five and Six to have extra swimming lessons in the Summer Term.

£1,404

 

 

 

Children leave the Academy having the ability to swim 25 metres

 

87% of children left Year Six being able to swim 25 metres.

 

17% of children left Year Six being able to perform safe self-rescue in different water based situations.

Children given the best opportunity to learn to swim in a smaller group size.

Employ an extra swimming coach:

 

Year Three Swimming

 

Year Five/Six Swimming

 

 

£189

 

£168

Children are confident to enter the water and swim a distance of at least five metres.

 

100% of children in Year 6 achieved at least 10 metres.

Improve extracurricular provision across the school

Before school sports clubs.

 

£500

 

Opportunity for children to engage in physical activity before school who may be unable to attend school clubs.

 

Gymnastics, athletics and tennis clubs were attended.

 

Developing teacher & support staff PE skills

 

 

 

 

“PASS” specialist PE coaches work alongside teachers for 6 week block

£8,744

Teachers feel confident leading to an improved delivery of the PE lessons and enhanced curriculum coverage.

 

 

Continuing professional development

Places available for teaching/non- teaching staff to attend PE courses throughout the year.

£450

Sharing good practice and enhancing PE provision.  Courses attended run by PASS.

To broaden the range of sports on offer

KS2 to attend outward bound centre

£3,555

Children have the opportunity of participating in adventurous activities.

 

All KS2 attended a day at Downe Scout Camp for outdoor adventurous activities.  

 

Year 5 also had a one night residential at Downe.

 

Year 6 had a week's residential at Sayers Croft.

 

Improve Cycling skills in Key Stage One

Take part in the Learn To Cycle programme using balance bikes

£500

All of Reception pupils participated and 100% of the pupils succeeded in riding a balance bike. 

To increase the children’s physical activity rates.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Organise Bikeability lessons for Year Six.

£300

Children have the ability to ride safely on the road - June 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Increased participation in inter-school tournaments

Places to be booked on the tournaments available to both KS1 and KS2.

£250

More children to take part in competitions:

 

Football 

Rugby

Athletics

Netball

 

Participate in County wide athletics tournament

Take part in an Academy inter-school athletic tournament.

£480

Children have the opportunity to compete against a range of schools in an athletics stadium.

 

July 2019 KS2 children participated at the Julie Rose Stadium.

Ensure all equipment meets health and safety requirements.

Replace equipment which has been identified.

£800

All sports equipment is safe to use throughout the school.

To develop pupil’s ability to act as Play Leaders.

Children and lunchtime supervisors to attend training.

£450

Play Leaders will have the ability to engage a wide range of children in physical activities at lunchtime.

Total Expenditure £17,790

Sports Funding 2017-2018 Updated July 2018

 

PE and Sport Improvement Strategy 2017/18

Amount (£)

Description

Projected Impact

To provide opportunities for all children to participate in sporting activities

£400

Midday supervisor training to support lunch time activities

Whole school involvement in sporting activities at the lunch break.

To provide opportunities for children to play a leadership role in sport

£650

Create play leaders. Training children in upper KS2 to support sporting activities.

Children taking ownership of play and sport

Continuing professional development

£1765

Places available for teaching/non- teaching staff to attend PE courses throughout the year.

Sharing good practice and enhancing PE provision.

Increase participation in inter- school tournaments

£1000

9 tournaments available for children in both KS2 and KS1 to participate in

 

More children to take part in competitions

Improve extracurricular provision across the school

£500

Breakfast sports clubs

Opportunity for children to engage in physical activity before school who may be unable to attend after school clubs.

Participate in County wide athletics tournament

£750

16 academy schools take part in an inter school athletics tournament

Children have the opportunity to compete against a range of schools in an athletics stadium.

Enhance teachers’ ability to deliver high quality PE lessons

£5500

Curriculum support from a specialist

Better standards of PE.

Enhance the PE curriculum

£500

PASS schemes of work and lesson plans[SM1]

Improved delivery of lessons, enhanced curriculum coverage.

To use the school grounds and wider outdoor environment to further develop language, literacy and numeracy skills

£1500

INSET & follow up work on using the outdoors to raise standards in literacy and numeracy

Purchase equipment for the Forest School.

Greater use is made of the natural environment to improve maths, language & communication skills.

Improve KS1 cycling skills

£500

Learn to cycle programme using balance bikes

Greater numbers of Y1 pupils are able to ride a bike.

To increase the opportunities for children to play outdoor games

£500

Purchase resources and equipment so the school field can be used throughout the year at lunchtimes

Children able to access the field all year round

To broaden the range of sports on offer

£1800

Purchasing equipment to offer access to new sports including outdoor table tennis equipment

Children are playing a wider range of sports at lunchtimes.

To encourage more children to take up swimming

£2125

Swimming lessons for Yrs 5 & Yr 6

More children are able to swim 25 metres+

To increase children’s physical activity rates

£300

Bikeability lessons for Yr 6

More children are able to ride a bike safely

Total Expenditure

£17790

 

 

 


[SM1]

 

 

Sports Funding 2016 - 2017 - updated July 2017

Area of Focus

Evidence

Action Plan

Cost

Effective use of Funding/sustainability

Impact

Extend range of sports offered in PE lessons

Lesson observations

Learn new sports at secondary schools/outside providers

Take part in competitions

£2000

Sporting provision enhanced

Professional development for teachers-increased skill set

Pupils have access wider range of sports

 

Teachers able to deliver wider range of sports

Develop teacher & support staff skills enabling them to deliver high quality lessons

Lesson observations

Audit of skills

Staff trained by sports specialist during P.E lessons

 

INSET for teachers & support staff on orienteering

£2000

Improved teaching and learning over time

Higher quality lessons delivered by all staff

 

Improved pupil performance in all areas of PE

Extend range of before and after schools sports offered to pupils

Increased number of before and after school

Engage with providers and set up clubs

Increase number and range of lunchtime & after school clubs

£500

Greater involvement with sport

Greater number of pupils taking part in extra -curricular sport

 

Increase participation in competitive sports

Children taking part in inter-school competitions

Enter teams into competitions

£1000

Using and applying skills in competitive environment

Chance to compete against their peers-improved performance

Sports equipment

Stock

Purchase Sports Equipment for PE and After School Clubs

£500

Sporting provision enhanced

Pupils have access to better equipment

Enhance sport at lunchtimes

Surveys

Observations

Purchase playtime equipment

£ 500

Children can practise skills learnt in lessons

Greater access to sporting provision

Outdoor and adventurous

Participation

Ch. to take part in outdoor and adventurous activities

£2500

Wider involvement in sport

Skills can be applied to a wide of sports

Impact of spending 2017/2018

Pupils have improved hand eye co-ordination.

Passing, shooting, throwing & catching skills improved

Higher quality lessons delivered by all staff

Improved pupil performance in all areas of PE

Children develop team work and leadership skills

Broader range of sporting activities offered

More pupils have access to sporting activities in school

Greater access to sporting provision

More children able to swim 25 metres

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