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PE and Sports Premium

PE Grant

In April 2013, the Government announced funding of £150 million for physical education (PE) and sport. This funding is intended to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision.

At St Stephen & All Martyrs’ last year, we received £14,088 for the academic year 2017/2018. Schools are free to determine how best to utilise this funding to improve sports provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.

Since the funding has been available we have carefully planned for every year group with an increased focus on after school extra-curricular activities, outdoor learning and ‘every child a swimmer’ by the end of Year 6.

Primary School PE and Sport Premium

Academic Year 2017– 2018

Sports Funding: £14,088

PE Subject Leader: Joanne Makinson

 

Swimming Data 2017/2018

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

Percentage

Percentage of Year 6 cohort 2017/2018 that can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?

73%

Percentage of Year 6 cohort 2017/2018 that can use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?

73%

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?

Yes - Year 5 Summer Term

 

PE and Sport Premium Key Indicators

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity.

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

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

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

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

 

Area of Expenditure:

Aim:

Actions:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Access high quality specialist coaching in a broader range of sports and activities.

 

Bolton Council Sports Coach

 

 

 

– To provide opportunities for pupils to develop their fitness and skills in various sports beyond the 2 hrs curriculum commitment.

 

-Delivering extra PE sessions across school

 

-Delivering after school clubs

 

-Staff CPD

The sports coach delivers an afternoon of PE sessions each week.

 

The sports coach runs a range of sports club for 1hr per week. The nature of the sport changes half-termly

£4,280

Pupils increased attendance in after school clubs.

 

Increased pupil self-esteem and confidence in PE having a wider impact on their learning across the curriculum.

 

Children are more enthusiastic about sport and PE and choose to participate further in their own time. Increase in the number of children sharing their awards and participation in celebration assembly on a Friday.

 

Increased staff subject knowledge for both Teachers and TA’s. Teachers are more confident to play an active role in the lessons.

 

Subject leader more confident to perform observations to ensure all children are receiving a high quality, progressive PE curriculum.

-Continue with One afternoon weekly.

 

-Continue to rotate staff for CPD sessions ensure a range of areas are covered including gymnastics and dance.

 

-Use of sports coach to train Play leaders.

 

Staff to lead by example – wearing full PE kit on PE days/lessons

Provide additional swimming sessions for children not swimming.

 

‘Every Child a Swimmer’

– To provide extra funding to ensure pupils who have not met National Curriculum Swimming Level have the opportunity to do so.

 

-To provide exercise for those children who are able to swim, via a 45minute swimming lesson for a half term.

Children are able to take part in additional swimming lessons in an effort to meet the National Curriculum standard.

 

Children who are able to swim, take part in meaningful exercise, in addition to their statutory PE lessons.

£2,400

 

Increased numbers of children were able to meet the national curriculum swimming level.

 

Increased number of children to move onto water safety training the following year.

Provide additional swimming for those Year 6 pupils who were not able to swim 25m by the end of Year 5.

Total Dance

– To provide extra funding to encourage more children to enjoy the dance classes after school.

The dance specialist runs a club for 1hr per week for upper KS2 children.

£0

Children are taught new skills and have opportunities to further develop through Dance.

 

Children participated in ‘St Stephen’s Got Talent’ and many contestants selected dance.

Continue with the Dance club.

 

Offer dance club to more year groups.

 

Enter the Celebration of Dance run by the School Games.

 

Repeat talent competition.

 

Timetable a whole school class dance competition.

 

EYFS – Sports Specialist – Skill Wise

-Delivery of extra PE sessions with a focus on EYFS provision.

Children have access to an EYFS specialist who develops physical strength and fundamental movement skills.

£600

Increased EYFS staff subject knowledge for both Teachers and TA’s. Teachers are more confident to play an active role in the lessons.

 

Staff increased Knowledge of fundamental movement skills and how to link the PE lesson to topic.

 

 

Develop the use of Actiphons/Phonics aerobics through EYFS PE and to increase daily physical activity.

Military School Provision

 

 

To provide opportunities for Yr5 & 6 pupils to engage in strenuous physical exercise.

 

To develop stamina and fitness

 

To equip children with the necessary skills for moving onto secondary school.

The children attend weekly workshops run by Military school.

 

Children to use outdoor, woodland and indoor areas for a range of activities.

 

 

£3,800

Children learn additional skills; following rules, team work, cooperation, responsibility, communication and respect.

 

Children are equipped with the necessary skills and attitudes which will support them to function as individuals in an unfamiliar setting and increase their knowledge of personal health and safety.

If funding allows provide year 6 with a one off Activity Day or course 2018/2019

 

Develop or sign up to a military school style after school club.

St Catherine’s Academy – Sports League/Coach

To support the delivery of additional clubs delivered by the sports coach.

 

To develop an inclusive PE curriculum.

 

Staff CPD

 

To form a secondary link with St Catherine’s Academy.

 

The sports coach delivers an afternoon of PE sessions each week.

 

The sports coach runs a range of sports club for 1hr per week. The nature of the sport changes half-termly

 

School can access the competitive sports leagues locally.

 

 

 

£3,000

Children had access to unfamiliar sports such as Futsal and Volleyball.

 

Staff able to deliver lessons in new sports having learned from ‘experts’.

 

Increased number of children accessed competitions.

 

Children are more enthusiastic about competitive sport and PE and choose to participate further in their own time.

Develop the amount of competition through joining the School Games.

 

Apply for School Games Bronze Award to recognise extra-curricular sport.

 

Continue the link with St Catherine’s Academy.

 

Develop/access competitions for KS1 children

 

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