PE & Sports Premium

Primary PE and Sport Premium Report for 2016/2017 


The Primary PE and Sport Premium was launched by the government in April 2013 and is available for four years to July 2017. It is ring-fenced funding to be used by the school to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools. It is important to emphasise that the focus of spending must lead to long lasting impact against the vision (below) that will live on well beyond the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding.

The national vision is for: “All pupils leaving primary school [to be] physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.”

In academic year 2016/17, we have received £8805. Having consulted with pupils and parents, and to support our wider vision and plans for PE and sport, we have/plan to spend the Premium in the following ways. At Caldicotes Primary Academy we spend more than our allocated funding on PE and sport as we believe it is important for all of our pupils to be exposed to the importance of living healthy lifestyles and be physically literate.

 

How the money will be spent under each Key Indicator

Amount

Targeted pupils

The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected)

 

Sustainability / What Next?

 

1.       The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles, including any additional provision for swimming funded by the premium.

Specialist sports coach leading after school clubs.

£975

KS2

Increased numbers of children attending after school clubs. Pupils stated that they have “Got better at playing football and can tackle and dribble now.”

Children understand what is needed to lead a healthy lifestyle and can explain why this is important in the long term. Playtime and lunchtime equipment is there and can be used in the future.

 

Holiday clubs provide teaching about healthy lifestyles which equips both children and parents with the knowledge of how to keep active and eat healthily.  

Parent involvement through holiday clubs.

£2000

All pupils

Holiday club with a focus on healthy lifestyles and healthy eating is offered to parents and children during Easter and Summer holidays therefore, even when pupils are not attending school there is an opportunity for them to participate in exercise and have access to healthy food.

Equipment bought specifically for use at playtime and lunchtime.

£1000

All pupils

Pupils now engage in a wider range of activities during playtime and lunchtime and interact with each other through playing team games. There are notably less problems that have to be dealt with on the playground.  

Sports holiday clubs

£900

KS2 pupils

For one week during Easter and one week during Summer KS2 pupils can attend sports club which ensures that they are being active and improving their teamwork and communication skills.

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

Sports week including sports day (w/b 5th June)

£700

All pupils

In June every pupil in school will have the opportunity to compete and to try out new sports e.g. the scooter and skateboard lessons have been booked. It is expected that pupils will be more engaged and will be taught the appropriate safety rules for when they use scooters and skateboards outside of school.

Pupils will know how to travel on scooters and skateboards safely with the hope that more children will travel to and from school on them.

 

Equipment can be used in future years.

 

Orienteering site set up with maps and markers and is used by all pupils and staff in lessons and can be offered to other schools to come and use.

 

Children and families beginning to take ownership of organisation and knowing that it is required to have the correct PE kit. This has now been added to the home/school agreement.

Equipment and resources

£1260

All pupils

Equipment has been ordered to ensure it is all up-to-date and safe to use. This includes a new gymnastics vault. PE across school is properly resourced which means that the profile is raised with having safe and modern equipment.

School orienteering

£150

All pupils

Pupils have a differentiated range of orienteering routes to use including introduction exercises, the markers and the maps. This has already contributed to an improvement in speaking and listening skills and children can now read a map of the school site.

Communication/advertising to parents/families

No cost

All pupils

Increased number of children coming to school with the correct PE kit and more enthusiasm to join in lessons through reminders on teachers2parents, Twitter, Marvellous Me etc.

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

Sports coaches in school to work alongside staff.

£800 MSA membership

All pupils

Pupils have receive specialist training which as a result has shown an improvement in their skills and attitudes to joining in sports lessons.

The improvements in core muscle strength through Yoga Bugs has shown an improvement in concentration and handwriting quality in line with the academy aims.

 

Staff who have observed the skipping coaching have taught lessons themselves after the sessions ended.

There has been a significant increase in children practising their own skipping skills at playtime and outside of school after receiving the coaching and they have passed this on to other year groups.

 

Staff continue to develop their skills in teaching PE so that there is consistent improvement and they are equipped to continually critically evaluate their lessons to promote further improvement again through use of IRIS.

 

Yoga Bugs provision

Autumn term for Reception and Y1 and Nursery to receive sessions in Summer term.

£350

Nursery, reception and Y1 children.

Children have experienced Yoga Bugs sessions which have led to improvements in gross motor skills and then transferred into fine motor skills and concentration. This can be seen in the children’s writing and class teacher observations. Staff have worked alongside the Yoga Bugs coaches.

Skipping School

£300

Year 3 and 4 pupils

Children experienced skipping lessons from Skipping school which led to a dramatic improvement in skipping skills. Some children who could not skip properly before the sessions could perform high level skills and as a result entered a competition.  Staff worked alongside coaches.

Staff CPD

No cost (PE leadership course was paid for last year)

All pupils/staff

PE lead is available to offer support to staff with teaching high quality PE lessons and ensuring that all staff have the necessary skills to teach PE as part of the curriculum. In ongoing lesson observations and through use of IRIS pupils can be seen to be experiencing high quality PE lessons and demonstrating an improvement in their skills in numerous sports.

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

Taster sessions being offered to pupils to try out new sports.

MSA membership

All pupils

Pupils have the experience to participate in sports that would not normally be available to them. This has included golf and judo to date. Children were very excited to participate in the new sports and commented on how they had learnt new skills.

Pupils become aware of the different sports that are out there and know that they

 

 

The improvements in core muscle strength through Yoga Bugs has shown an improvement in concentration and handwriting quality in line with the academy aims.

 

Children who received the skipping coaching have continued to practise their skills and have taught children from other year groups the things that they have learnt.

Pupils will know how to travel on scooters and skateboards safely with the hope that more children will travel to and from school on them.

 

One child has now joined a gymnastics club after attending the after school club.

 

 

Yoga Bugs provision

Autumn term for Reception and Y1 and Nursery to receive sessions in Summer term.

See Yoga Bugs above

Nursery, reception and Y1 children.

Children have experienced Yoga Bugs sessions which have led to improvements in gross motor skills and then transferred into fine motor skills and concentration. This can be seen in the children’s writing and class teacher observations. Staff have worked alongside the Yoga Bugs coaches.

Skipping School

See skipping School above

Year 3 and 4 pupils

Children experienced skipping lessons from Skipping school which led to a dramatic improvement in skipping skills. Some children who could not skip properly before the sessions could perform high level skills and as a result entered a competition.  Staff worked alongside coaches.

Sports week including sports day (w/b 5th June)

See sports week/sports day above

All pupils

In June every pupil in school will have the opportunity to compete and to try out new sports e.g. the scooter and skateboard lessons have been booked. It is expected that pupils will be more engaged and will be taught the appropriate safety rules for when they use scooters and skateboards outside of school.

After school clubs

(running for 8 weeks per each term)

£30 on equipment

KS1 and KS2 pupils

Pupils have the opportunity to attend after school clubs. Many of these include sports that would be new to them including gymnastics (above curriculum gymnastics), cheerleading, Zumba.  There has been the highest numbers so far of participation in after school clubs with another set of clubs on offer in Summer term.

5.  Increased participation in competitive sport

Intra-school termly competitions.

No costs

KS1/KS1

Every pupil in KS2 has taken part in a competitive competition in their house team. This means that children have a better understanding of the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship.

Children have taken part in competitions so have demonstrated skills including teamwork, communication and sportsmanship. These are skills that the children can use in forthcoming years/competitions and when they leave school.

 

As a result of the MAGT coaching 3 children have signed up to play for football clubs outside of school.

Inter-school competitions

See MSA membership

Targeted pupils Y1-Y6

71% of KS2 children have taken part in an inter school competition.

27% of KS1 children have taken part in an inter school competition.

To date we have attended 16 competitions and there are future competitions planned for Sumer term which will increase these numbers.

Sports coach leading targeted interventions  

£3600

KS1 and KS2 PE MAGT children.

The targeted children have the opportunity to receive coaching in numerous sports at a higher level and work with children who are all talented at PE so an improvement of skills has been seen. As a result of the specialist coaching this year has been the most successful to date in terms of results at interschool competitions.

Transport to competitions

£130

Pupils involved in competitions

Means that the high numbers of children have been able to get to the competitions to participate.