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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 2021-2022

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.

 

Dependent on Covid restrictions.

£732

 

 

 

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

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Next Steps:

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

 

Dependent on Covid restrictions.

 

 

£176

 

£155

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

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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

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Intended impact

 

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

Improve extracurricular provision across the school.

Before and after school sports clubs.

 

 

Dependent on Covid restrictions.

£400

 

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

 

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

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

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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 blocks.

 

Dependent on Covid restrictions.

£9,270

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

 

 

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Continuing professional development.

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

 

Dependent on Covid restrictions.

£277

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

Evidence: Courses were not available due to covid restrictions imposed throughout the year.

Introduced new assessment spreadsheets for each class.

 

Impact: More targeted assessment of skills that are covered in each unit specific for that age group.

 

Next Steps:

Organise training for term 2 2021

 

Training of support staff to assist with swimming coaching.

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

 

Dependent on Covid restrictions.

£130

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

Evidence:

Training cancelled due to Covid restrictions.

Impact:

One member of staff who has previously been trained, attended swimming lessons when they resumed in terms 5 and 6.

Next Steps:

Staff voice to be used to ascertain if any further staff would like/need to be trained.

 

 

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

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Actions to achieve

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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.

 

Unlikely to proceed due to  Covid restrictions.

£3,940

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

 

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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.

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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.

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To use Pupil Voice to ascertain further sports opportunities available.

Conduct pupil voice across the school to ascertain which new sports would be most popular if introduced.

 

Research suppliers and place order.

 

 

£700

Pupils will be able to engage and experience new sports and physical activities.

 

 

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Key Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

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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.

 

Dependent on Covid restrictions.

£250

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

 

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PASS Personal challenges now completed as part of the PASS lesson warm ups, due to covid 19 restrictions on equipment.

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. 

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Participate in county wide and Trust wide athletics tournament.

Take part in an Academy inter-school athletic tournament.

 

Dependent on Covid restrictions.

£480

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

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Participate in PASS aqua sports competition.

Identify children who do not normally swim competitively.

 

Register for participation.

 

Dependent on Covid restrictions.

£200

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

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To involve more girls in competitive sports.

Pledge made through PASS to get more girls into competitive sports ie football.

£100

Girls are representing the Academy in competitive sports.

 

Girls football team organised and have played fixtures.

 

 

 

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Other Indicators identified by academy:

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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.

 

Cones, rugby balls, basketballs, badminton racket

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

 

Delayed due to Covid restrictions.  Reset to current year 5 being trained in terms 5 and 6.

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.

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Total Expenditure

£18,460

 

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