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Requirements for Sports Premium

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport you offer.

This means that you should use the premium to:

  • develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers
  • build capacity and capability within the school to ensure that improvements made now will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

There are 5 key indicators that schools should expect to see improvement across:

  • the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity - the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school
  • the profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement
  • increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  • broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  • increased participation in competitive sport

Sports Premium 2019 - 2020

Planned usage of Sports Premium Cost

Alternative provision  throughout the year so we can encourage all children (including SEN) to be actively involved in sport – fencing, boccia and curling golf and Street Dance. Specialist provision of lessons

£1430

Professional development opportunities for staff to develop their ability to teach new sports by observing specialist coaches

Attendance at PE Conference and appropriate training

Release for staff to observe other members of staff who have recieved professional development opportunities
£2,000
Provide a wider range of sports to encourage children who may be disengaged in sports to become more actively involved e.g. table tennis, fitness, body blast £1,000
Resources for alternative provision and PE lessons £1500

To provide a wider range or sporting opportunities for pupils e.g. funding to support in subsidising the cost of swimming (swimming teachers, lifeguard, transport)

Involvement in charity days and sporting enrichment /experience days e.g. Race for Life

£1,600
Provide extra-curricular clubs in a variety of sports and activities to give a range of opportunities for pupils. This  will encourage pupils to try out sports and activities in a fun and supportive way, leading to understand the importance of a healthy lifestyle.  (subsidised cost for parents) £700

Year 6 to take part in Bikeability  to develop skill and

Support  children leading an active lifestyle
£150
Children to take part in an increasing range of sports festivals and competitions and provide cover for members of staff to take the children to the events £800
Relax Kids programme £700
Release for the PE subject leader to arrange additional sporting events, observe the teaching of PE, review and update the provision map then review the PE Action Plan £600
New kit for sporting events rugby tops plus new green sports tops £700
Purchase equipment and resources to support the new sports and active playtimes £600
Contribution to cluster sports funding to train the Power of 10 sports leaders, for trophies and medals for some competitions £150
Additional resources to support the physical development of EY/Y1 children £500
Opportunities for staff to take smaller groups of children into our small hall and use the gymnastic equipment safely £500

Teaching Assistant to provide targeted support to individual pupils, to enable them to fully participate and engage in PE and sporting activities.

SPARKS programme to also support physical development
£1500
Riding Club rosettes and contribution to holiday Rally £250
Forest School and outdoor learning activities £1150
Sports workshops x2 £800
Total £16,630
Amount of Sports Premium allocated to the school for 2019 - 2020 is £16,630

 

Alternative provision  throughout the year so we can encourage all children (including SEN) to be actively involved in sport e.g. Curling, Yoga  and Archery.

Professional development opportunities for staff to develop their ability to teach new sports by observing specialist coacheserstars provision of lessons, lunchtime club and after school club

Provide a wider range of sports to encourage children who may be disengaged in sports to become more actively involved e.g. table tennis, fencing, Frisbee and tri-golf.

Provide extra-curricular clubs in a variety of sports and activities to give a range of opportunities for pupils. This  will encourage pupils to try out sports and activities in a fun and supportive way, leading to understand the importance of a healthy lifestyle.

Purchase equipment and resources to support the new sports and active playtimes.

Impact of Sports Premium 2019 - 2020

 

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Impact of Sports Premium 2018 - 2019

  • Playground strcutrues maintained to ensure safe play
  • Children introduced to a wider range of alternative sports e.g. curling, boccia, yoga and zumba
  • Specialist coaching of children in different sports with opportunities for staff professional development e.g. squash
  • Growth mindset development and  positive thinking though BMx workshop
  • Additional equipment bought to support differentiation in cricket as a result of specialist coaching and staff professional development.
  • Additional resources purchased to replace old and worn out balls e.g. footballs, rugby balls, basketballs and hockey balls.
  • Strategies given to children to help them resolve playground issues when being active through the RELAX Kids programme
  • Funding used to enable clubs to be offered at a subsidised cost which has increased the uptake e.g. football and multi-skills.
  • provision of bikeability sessiosn to ensure children can ride their bikes safely on the road.
  • Involvement of a range of children in different sports festivals and cluster competitions.
  • development of staff subject knowledge and skills by workign alongside specialist sports coaches.

Swimming competency for the Academic Year 2018 - 2019

Number of children in Year 6

The number of children in the cohort that met the national curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance f at least 25 metres, using a range of strokes effectively and perform safe secure rescue in different water-based situations.

11 children

11 out 11 children met the national curriculum requirement

Sustainablity

Body Blast sessions are now built into the structure of the days when we do not have PE.

The new equipment will continue to allow us to teach the children a wider range of sporting activities.

Staff who involved in professional devleopment opportunities with coaches will share their knowledge and skills with other members of staff who were not involved.

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