PE and Sport Premium for primary school 2017-2018

 

The Government is providing funding of £150 million per annum for academic years up to 2020 to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding’. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

The sport funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

Purpose of funding

Schools will have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose they do this.

Possible uses for the funding include:

  • Hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE
  • New or additional Change4Life sport clubs
  • Paying for professional development opportunities in PE/sport
  • Providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE/sport
  • Running sport competitions, or increasing participation in the school games
  • Increase the children’s knowledge of health and well being
  • Buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE/sport
  • Providing places for pupils on after school sport clubs and holiday clubs.

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

Please complete all of the below*:

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?

95%

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?

82%

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?

87%

Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?

No

However we intend to next academic year.

     

Key Priority:

To effectively use the Sports Grant to provide access to a wider range of PE, Sport and physical activity across school.

 

Spending record in 2017-2018

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

 

Area of Focus

Actions and Strategies

Funding Breakdown

Proposed Impact and sustainability

Ofsted Links to Inspecting Primary School PE and School Sport

Introduce Breakfast Fitness Club for Y1-6 to encourage more pupils to get involved in activities.

 

Introduce Lunchtime Clubs for Year 1-6 to encourage more pupils to get involved in activities.

 

 

Lunchtime and Breakfast Clubs to be led by Mr. Kane (PE Apprentice).

 

Find out who the less active children are in each class to target for clubs.

 

Create rota for clubs.

 

Money used to employ PE Apprentice

(see later in document).

 

The proposed impact of these areas of focus is that each child in our school is getting closer to the CMO’s guideline of 30 minutes of physical activity within the school day.

 

 

 

Encourage children to be active on the playground.

 

Purchase extra play equipment for the playground.

 

£100 used to purchase playground equipment.

 

 

Subsidise extracurricular sports clubs to encourage more pupils to get involved in activities.   

 

Find out who the less active children are in each class to target for clubs.

Subsidise extracurricular clubs.

Subsidise half term club for pupils.

 

£1700 used to subsidise extracurricular clubs such as: Yoga, Girls Football, Handball.

 

£315 to subsidise Community Coaching Half Term Camp in February.

 

 

To introduce daily skipping for each class to ensure more children take part in more physical activity.

 

Purchase skipping ropes for each year group.

Create rota for skipping time slots.

Introduce the skipping challenge in an assembly and a staff meeting.

 

Cost of skipping ropes for Y1-6: £100

 

 

 

Participate in Bike it local events. Wheely Wednesdays. (Sustrans)

 

 

Attend Sefton Bike It Celebration afternoon to discover new ideas for cycling events.

 

 

 

 

Cover paid to release PE Subject Leader to attend Bike It Celebration

(see supply cover costs later in document).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Select children to attend Change4Life Healthy Lifestyle afternoons for disengaged children across different year groups.

Find out who the less active children are in each class to target for clubs.

 

Cost of supply to take children to the event.

 

Children who are less engaged with sport and physical activity start to (re)engage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

 

Linking with JM Education to pay for a PE apprentice for the academic year.

Apprentice to support the organisation and delivery of curriculum and extra curriculum physical education and school sport.

£6552

Provided a wider range of opportunities for pupils within the school.

Increased the number of pupils taking part in extra curriculum clubs.

Increased the number of extra curriculum clubs and intra competitions.

 

 

New members appointed to the Sports Council that will influence the running of PE and sport within school.

 

Council to meet half termly to:

 organise intra school sports; discuss any matters arising etc.

£20 for Sports Council badges.

Sport and physical activity in school given a more important role.

 

Prizes to be awarded in assemblies for Wheely Wednesdays.

 

Prizes to be bought for Wheely Wednesday competition and Mr Kane’s clubs.

 

£30

More children and families cycling to school.

 

Prizes to be awarded by Mr Kane within his clubs.

 

Prizes to be bought for clubs and distributed to children who are achieving.

£30

More children attending breakfast fitness club.

 

Sports Premium TLR to be awarded.

 

PE Subject Leader has been awarded a TLR to oversee the spending of Sports Premium Money and manage the subject across the school. 

£1,200

Measurable target.

Liaison with Governing Body.

 

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

 

Linking with Premier Sport to deliver a session of high quality PE lessons alongside class teacher.

Premier Sport to also include an after school and lunchtime club.

Audit teachers to find out their desired session. Coach to work alongside teachers to provide CPD opportunities as well as deliver outstanding PE lessons.

Lunchtime: Disability sports club

After School: KS1 Multiskills club.

 

 

 

9 x £102 = £918

Staff are more confident in delivering Physical Education in a number of areas.

Pupils have outstanding lessons delivered to them developing their skills and knowledge in that specific area of physical education.

 

Year 1 to work alongside Mrs. McGough.

Year One teachers to work alongside Mrs. McGough to deliver a sequence of Multi Skills lessons.

 

3.5 days @ £375 per day (£235 per ½ day)

£1360

Staff are more confident in delivering Physical Education in a number of areas.

Pupils have outstanding lessons delivered to them developing their skills and knowledge in that specific area of physical education.

 

 

Year 2 to work alongside Mrs. McGough.

Year Two teachers to work alongside Mrs. McGough to deliver a sequence of Gymnastics lessons.

 

 

Staff are more confident in delivering Physical Education.

Pupils have outstanding lessons delivered to them developing their skills and knowledge in that specific area of physical education.

 

 

Year 3 to work alongside Karen Elliot.

Year Three teachers to work alongside Karen Elliot to deliver a sequence of Dance lessons.

 

 

 

 

6 x Half Days of Dance Y3 @ £95

(January -February)

 

£570

Staff are more confident in delivering Physical Education

 

Pupils have outstanding lessons delivered to them developing their skills and knowledge in that specific area of physical education.

 

Staff also able to share ideas with their ‘PE Partners’.

 

Southport Rugby Club to work alongside Year 3 and 5.

Year Three and Year Five teachers to work alongside coaches from Southport Rugby Club to deliver a sequence of Tag Rugby sessions.

 

At the end of the sessions, there will be a Tag Rugby Festival at Southport Rugby Club competing against other local schools. Every child will also be able to access the facilities of a proper Rugby Club.

 

There will also be a top up session each week for either struggling children or to push gifted children.

£ 80 per class x 6 classes = £480.

Staff are more confident in delivering Physical Education.

Pupils have outstanding lessons delivered to them developing their skills and knowledge in that specific area of physical education.

 

Staff also able to share ideas with their ‘PE Partners’.

 

Club link strengthened with Southport Rugby Club.

 

Yoga in School to work alongside Year 1,2,3,5.

 

(See Yoga package later in document)

Staff are more confident in delivering Physical Education in a number of areas including their mental wellbeing.

Pupils have outstanding lessons delivered to them developing their skills and knowledge in that specific area of physical education.

 

Staff also able to share ideas with their ‘PE Partners’.

 

Four members of staff to attend Handball course.

One teacher, TA3, TA and PE Apprentice

Course free of charge.

 

Cost of supply to cover class teachers attending course.

 

 (see miscellaneous costs)

 

 

A new sport able to be added to our curriculum as well as extra-curricular options.

 

Staff also able to share ideas with their ‘PE Partners’.

 

Handball extracurricular club added to the timetable. (full capacity of attendees)

 

Three members of staff to attend Dance CPD day organised by CTK Family.

One member of each Phase Group to attend the CPD day.

 

OLOL to host the event.

 

Cost of supply (see miscellaneous costs)

 

Cost of course included in CTK Family cost.

Staff are more confident in delivering Physical Education.

Staff also able to share ideas with their Phase Group.

 

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

 

Linking with Greenbank Sports Academy to deliver disability sports sessions in curriculum time.

James Dixon to work alongside ASD Provision to provide their classes with high quality PE lessons.

£20 x6 sessions = £120

ASD class children access a wider range of sports.

Link to Greenbank Sports Academy.

 

Linking with Southport & Birkdale Squash Club to deliver squash sessions in curriculum time.

Coach to work alongside class teachers to introduce a new sport to pupils.

 

Classes to visit Southport & Birkdale Squash Club to access facilities.

Free taster sessions.

Children to access a new sport.

 

Club link made with S&B Squash Club.

 

Introduction of Quidditch to the school.

Year 5 to work alongside Enrich Education to deliver a half-day Quidditch event.

 

S. Ball & S. Gallagher to observe and deliver sessions across the school on World Book Day tying in with the school’s Harry Potter theme.

£250.00

Children to access a new sport.

Cross- curricular links made with English.

 

Introduction of New Age Kurling and Boccia to school.

 

Buy Boccia and New Age Kurling resources.

 

New Age Kurling/ Boccia lunchtime club in Spring Term.

New Age Kurling and Boccia competitions to be attended.

(see miscellaneous costs section).

Children to access a new sport.

 

 

Continue to increase the opportunities for pupils to access

dance festivals and events – Wally Cain Dance Festival, SLP

Street Dance events and Christ the King Dance Festival

Weekly Wally Cain dance club to be run in the Spring Term by Mrs Cox.

Costumes to be bought for the events.

Enter y4 into CTK Dance Festival.

 

£100 costumes costs.

 

Increased participation in dance festivals.

 

Increase the children’s knowledge of their own health and mental well-being.

 

Children to access a curriculum Health Day.

Each class (Year 1-6) to access a curriculum health day. The day includes a ½ day nutrition workshop alongside a ½ day Korfball workshop.

16 days x £160 = £2,560

Children supplied work for Healthy Eating display in school.

 

Children access a new sport.

 

Children participate in competitive sport.

 

Children to access PawsB Mindfulness or Yoga sessions.

Each class (Y1-6) to access a half term of mindfulness / yoga sessions. Summer term 1 used for target 1:1 and small group sessions.

 

 

 

 

£2,674

 

(Lunchtime 1:1 sessions; Extracurricular clubs; staff yoga class also included.)

 

These sessions teach the children to: engage with their emotions; manage their emotions; improve focus, memory, self-esteem, and reduce anxiety and stress in children.

 

See children’s questionnaires for impact.

 

 

Increased participation in competitive sport

 

Access competitions as part of the Christ the King Sports Partnership (basketball, hockey, tag rugby, dance, gymnastics).

 

Attend CTK Family Termly Meetings to organise competitions.

Attend all competitions organised.

Cost of supply.

Transport.

CTK Family cost (see miscellaneous).

Pupils will have the opportunity to access after

school clubs in the featured sports and

represent the school in competitions

Continue to develop partnership / plan new

events together to address gaps in provision

 

Access local leagues in football (SPSFA) and netball (Central League) to allow a greater number of pupils to participate regularly in competitive sport.

Football A and B team entered into the SPSFA leagues. Football A, B and C teams entered into the SPSFA cup competitions.

 

For the first time, a girls’ football team entered into the Southport and Formby Girls’ Football League.

 

Netball team entered into the Central League and cup competitions.

£40 for Netball and Football

league entry (includes medals and trophies for

winners and runners up)

More children representing the school regularly due to participation in leagues- Football (A and B teams) Netball (A and B teams) Girls’ Football (A team).

 

 

 

Enter Primary competitions and events delivered by School Games Organiser.

A, B and C teams entered into various competitions throughout the school year. (See list of competitions with number of teams entered file)

Cost of supply and transport

(see miscellaneous costs section).

More pupils representing the school in both Key Stages in a variety of sports.

 

Participate in National Sports Week / Southport Learning Partnership Sports Week

School to enter all events for the National School Sports Week. (A, B and C teams where possible).

 

OLOL to host Speed Stacking event- Bronze Ambassadors to help deliver the event.

Cost of supply to cover PE Subject Leader (see miscellaneous costs section).

More pupils representing the school in both Key Stages in a variety of sports.

 

Whole school intra school competitions

School Sports Council to meet and organise intra school sports competition.

 

Bronze Ambassadors to help deliver the competition.

£30 prizes.

The whole school to benefit from increased competitions.

 

Enter Liverpool & Everton Premier School Football Competition.

School to enter a girls and boys team into the events.

Cost of supply to cover class teacher (see miscellaneous costs section).

Children able to compete against other Merseyside school at Anfield Community Centre in November.

 

Boys’ team qualified for the finals at Liverpool Academy in March.

 

Boys team qualified for National Finals to be held at Leicester City’s King Power Stadium in May.

 

Fully prepare Year 6 swimmers for the Swimming Gala.

Extra Swimming sessions for those children who were going to take part in the swimming gala (focusing on the gifted on talented children).

£60 entry to Southport Schools Swimming Gala.

Improved performance at the Southport Schools Swimming Gala.

 

Enter into local running competitions

Enter all children who wish to attend the Cross Country event.

 

£1.60 x 34 entrants = £54

Children access a competitive running competition.

 

 

 

Miscellaneous Costs

 

Cost of supply to cover teachers for competitions, CTK Family meetings, CPD courses etc.

£4,050

Cost of new resources for the introduction of new sports.

£1,000 (from PE Budget)

Transport costs.

Transport to competitions.

£150

Primary Support  from Christ the King High School (CTK)

Termly meetings with Primary Cluster Coordinator (Cath Plummer)

Termly meetings with whole Family Cluster

1 x Multi Skills sessions at CTK for Y1 & Y2

Bronze Ambassadors Training x2

Organisation of Cluster Competitions

1 x Change 4 Life after school club x 4 sessions

CTK students to support KS2 Sports Day

£1500

 

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Nursery & Primary School Sports Premium Funding 2016-2017

 The School Sports Premium Funding is funding additional to the School’s budget. Schools are free to allocate this to improve the quality of Sport and PE for all the children in School. Our Lady of Lourdes Primary school will receive in total £10,255 over the academic year.

These are the areas that we have currently budgeted and spent the money. The remaining funding will be spent throughout the year on Resources/Coaching/CPD/Level 2& 3 Games.

 Area of P.E

Continual Professional Development for Staff

CPD Course

Number of Staff Attending

Cost of Course

Cost of Supply

Total Cost

Netball Level 1 coaching

1

£90

£0

£90

Cluster PE meeting

2

Included in CTK fee

£360

£360 


Developments and improving the P.E Curriculum  
 

Year Groups

Area of Support

Term Delivered

Delivered By

Cost

Y1

Dance

Term 1

Micki Robertson

£396

Y2

Fundamentals of Movement

Term 3

Gill McGough

£400

KS1 & KS2

Yoga

All Year

Mrs Gallagher

£ 1500

Y4

Tag Rugby

Term 2

Southport Rugby Club

£120

Staff will be present for all sessions and it will be used as a means of CPD 

Primary Support 

Christ the King High School (CTK) = £1500

Termly meetings with Primary Cluster Coordinator (Cath Plummer)

Termly meetings with whole Family Cluster

1 x Multi Skills sessions at CTK for Y1 & Y2

Bronze Ambassadors Training x2 

Organisation of Cluster Competitions

1 x Multi Skills after school club x 4 sessions

CTK students to support KS2 Sports Day

 Appendix C

 Health and Well being & Extra Curricular (Targeting Pupil Premium and Less Active)

Area of Support

Year Groups

Term Delivered

Delivered By

Cost

Additional Information

Yoga

Target Y4 & Y5 well being group

Term S1 & S2

Mrs Gallagher

£180

Free to attendees

Mindfulness

Target whole school

All year

Mrs Gallagher

£ 1500

Free to attendees in class time

Ballet

Reception & 1

Term 1

Mrs Cox

£0

Free to attendees

Football

 Y1 & Y2

Term 1

Community Coaching

£400

Free to attendees

Multi Skills

Y1

Term 2

CTK Young Leaders

£included in CTK costs

Free to attendees

Dance/Musical Theatre

Y1 & Y2

Term 2

Miss Milne

£0

Free to attendees

Tag Rugby

KS2

Term 2

Community Coaching

£360.00

£2.50 per session

Hockey

KS2

Term 1 & Term 2

Mrs Robinson &

Community Coaching

£360

£2.50 per session

Netball

Y5 & 6

Term 1, 2 & 3

Miss Ross, Mrs Fay & Miss Connolly

£0

Free to attendees

High 5

Y5 & 6

Term 3

Miss Ross & Miss Connolly

£0

Free to attendees

Cricket

KS2

Term 3

Community Coaching

£360

£2.50 per session

Wally Cain

Y5 & 6

Term 2 & 3

Mrs Cox

£0

Free to attendees

Football

Y5 & Y6

All year

All year

Mr Gallagher

£0

Free to attendees

Multi Skills

KS1 & ASC

Term 1& 3

Community Coaching

£400.00

Free to attendees

Basketball

Upper KS2

Term 1

Community Coaching

£360.00

Free to Attendees

Miscellaneous Costs

Item

Reason for

Cost

School Kits (including swimming kits)

To enable all pupils to participate in P.E. lessons

£500.00

Level 3 School Games

Supply cover and transport costs

£TBC

CPD Courses/ Family Meeting supply cover/ Level 2 Competition supply cover.

To develop teachers knowledge and understanding in P.E.

Estimation £2000.00

Cross Curricular costs to support History during Olympic Week

To enhance the children’s knowledge and awareness of the Olympics

Estimation £200

Science day

 

£145.29

Supply

Inter competitions

£ TBC

Coach

Football finals

£400

 

 

Estimation £4000.00

 Total spent £11.206 ( £951 surplus from last years spending).

 Sports Funding:

The Sports Premium has enabled us to hold a wide range of after school clubs which have been run by local agencies meaning that the children have the opportunity to further participate in the sport outside of school.  We have also been able to enter more Level 2 and Level 3 games than ever before.  Specialist coaches have also team taught alongside different Year groups who when surveyed, felt they required CPD in a specific area/s of P.E. This has ensured that teachers are confident delivering high quality P.E lessons.