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PE Premium Information 2017-2018

PE Funding Statement

 

PE and sport premium for primary schools

 

This funding is being jointly provided by the departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and sees money going directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE.

On our website you will find:

  • Our PE and sport allocation for the current academic year
  • Details of how we intend to spend our allocation
  • Details of how we spent our previous academic year’s allocation
  • How it made a difference to the PE and sport participation and attainment of the pupils who attract the funding

 

From September 2013 the Government has allocated funding directly to Primary Schools to support the provision of quality PE/Sport.

 

Schools must spend the funding on improving their provision of PE and sport but are free to choose how to spend it. 

 

In order to get the best value and maximum sustainable impact for our children we have allocated the monies as follows:

Impact of PE and Sport Premium:

Impact of 2018/19 Grant: £18260

Next steps:

Provision:

All classes have 2xPE curriculum sessions per week.

All children have the opportunity to participate in extra-curricular sport/PE.

Additional specialist coaching for children in Early Years/SEMH.

Specialist sport/PE staff to support teachers and children.

 

Competition:

Cricket, Skipping, Hockey, Quick Sticks Hockey, In 2 Hockey, Sportability, Football, Rugby, Tri Golf, Gold Run.

 

Sporting achievements:

Y3/4 Houghton Kepier Hockey Festival winners

Y3/4 City Final Hockey winners

Y3/4 second place Tyne & wear Hockey Finals

Y4 Oxclose Skipping Dance Winners

Y5/6 In 2 Hockey Finals Winners

Y5/6 Houghton Kepier Hockey Festival winners

Y5/6 City Final Hockey winners

Y5/6 City Finalists Hockey

Tyne & Wear Finals – Sportability Team

 

Impact on learning:

Increased participation in sports (130 spaces in clubs per week).

Improved learning/outcomes (standards achieved, lesson observations).

Improved attitudes to PE/sport (discussion with pupils).

Improved quality of PE/sport provision (observations, transfer of skills).

Improved performance in competitions.

Improved basic skills of Early Years and KS 1 children.

Improved participation of girls (19% increase) - GLAMS

Provision:

Increase swimming provision for those children at risk of not being at the required standards by the time they leave Y6.

1x PE session with specialist,

1x PE session with class teacher per week.

1x PE session high need SEND per week,

1x PE EYFS specialist support

 

Competition:

Increase the number of year groups competing.

Increase the number of competitions won.

 

Learning:

Improve cardio vascular fitness outcomes further.

EYFS focus on improving gross and fine motor skills.

Key Stage 1 basic skills focus.

Key Stage 2 use and application of skills in games situations.

 

Achievements:

Achieve Active Sunderland Gold Award (5th year running) to
achieve platinum award.

 

Meeting the national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

%

Percentage of Y6 pupils who could swim confidently and proficiently over 25 metres by the time they left Y6.

100%

Percentage of Y6 pupils who could use a range of strokes effectively by the time they left Y6.

100%

Percentage of Y6 pupils who could perform basic self-rescue in water by the time they left Y6.

100%

Primary PE and Sport Premium funding used to provide additional provision for swimming above and over national curriculum requirements.

Yes

 

Academic year: 2019/20

Total fund allocated:£17,940

Updated: September 2019

 

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity (30 min a day in school).

Percentage of total allocation

20%

Outcome/intended impact

Actions

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Next steps

All children engage in a minimum of 30 mins. Physical activity per day. Improved cardio-vascular fitness, reduced obesity levels and increased focus and concentration.

Improved gross and fine motor skills

Active 30/30 – Sport England

 

EYS bike and trikes.

£3588

Impact:

Improved cardiovascular fitness. Improved basic skills.

Evidence:

Timetable/record evidences opportunity for 30 min daily physical exercise.

Review impact spring term

Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement.

Percentage of total allocation

10%

Outcome/intended impact

Actions

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Next steps

Participation rates of girls increases.

Girls more confident when taking part in physical activity.

More children involved in outside sports clubs.

GLAMS to promote sports and physical activity to girls.

GLAMS marketing activities and notice board

P.E. notice board to promote club links to children.

Weekly sport awards given during celebration assemblies.

£1794

Impact:

Motivation, self-esteem and attitudes to learning and memory

Evidence:

Pupil questionnaires, teacher assessment outcomes, behaviour logs

Review impact spring term

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

Percentage of total allocation

30%

Outcome/intended impact

Actions

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Next steps

Improved quality of teaching and learning.

Additional training for staff by P.E. Specialist

Additional specialist coaching for children in EYFS/SEMH

P.E. specialist to deliver training to staff on curriculum planning and sequencing of skills

 

 

 

 

£5382

Impact:

Improved quality of teaching and learning

Evidence:

Standards attained by pupils

Lesson observations

Review impact spring term

Key indicator 4: The broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

Percentage of total allocation

25%

Outcome/intended impact

Actions

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Next steps

Additional training for P.E. specialist from outside agencies.

Increase participation rates in extracurricular clubs/activities

P>E. specialist CPD – badminton, lacrosse.

 

Eleven extra-curricular clubs per week, delivered by P.E. specialist and outside coaches.

£4485

Impact:

Increased confidence, application of skills and increased uptake in clubs

Evidence:

Registers, pupil questionnaires

Review impact spring term

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport.

Percentage of total allocation

15%

Outcome/intended impact

Actions

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Next steps

Engage 100% of classes in competition. Increased confidence and self-esteem in physical activity.

Increase participation rates in sport/physical activity.

All children have the opportunity to compete with their peers.

Enter Y2 and Y4 skipping festival.

Enter teams into Sunderland School Games

KS2 children to take part in club tournaments

£2691

Impact:

Sustain/increase competitions entered. Improved performance in competitions.

Evidence:

Increased number of top three placings

Review impact spring term