PE and Sports Premium

Sports Premium funding is designed to help schools make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.

In 2016/2017, our school’s allocation was £8,864.  The below shows how this funding was spent.

DCC Primary School PE Service (for Staff Professional Development-involves coaches coming into school to deliver a variety of clubs to our pupils with the aim of training our staff to deliver the programmes in future         )                                                                                                                                                                                     £2,700

Lunchtime Sport Activities                                                            £4,750

School Stickers for Sports Day                                                      £47

Consett YMCA-Climbing Wall for Sports Week                           £350

Shelving for Super Sports Stars Kits                                              £24

Auckland Castle (Bouncy Castle for Sports week)                       £125

Transport for Foundation Stage-Mini Olympics Festival           £125

Transport for Dance Festival                                                         £132

CVL League Fees                                                                             £160

Kids R Fit- Hula Hoop session                                                         £66

Sports for School Event                                                                  £6

Taxi for Tag Rugby Festival                                                            £75

Shorts and T’shirts for Super Sports Stars                                   £104

Taxi for Soccer King Football Tournament                                   £60

Entry for Soccer King Football tournament                                 £40

Community links with Sports Clubs                                £100

Balance remaining at the end of Jan 2017                                  £0


Monitoring of the Sport Premium 2016    

2015-2018 Action Plan & Summary of the Impact of Sport Premium at St Cuthbert’s’ School

Area of Focus

(these are the revised aims of the Sport Premium funding and government/Ofsted  priorities)

Key Actions

2015-2018

(these are the key actions identified to improve our provision)

Monitoring Responsibility and Timescale

(RAG rated to identify progress)

Actual Impact on Pupils

 

(the difference it has made or will make)

Evidence

 

 

(sign-posts to

the sources of evidence)

£’s

 

(identify funding from Sport Premium)

 

1. Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity; kick-starting healthy active lifestyles (Wellbeing) Continue with Lunchtime basket ball league for KS2

 

Playleaders to engage KS1 children in active games and activities at lunchtimes

 

 

Increase children’s participation in community sport- taster days? One a term?

 

Explore possibility of raising a grant to fund a running track for field.

     PE LT

Reviewed termly

Pupils will have increased regular physical activity- which will embed a healthy lifestyle

May be some gains in physical fitness

 

Develop a sense of belonging to school, responsibility to peers, develop competition

 

Increase children’s commitment to physical activity and probably increase attainment levels

 

 

Possible evidence

in PE observations or core task record forms

 

Through pupil voice

 

Participation audit

4,750

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. To increase the confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport (working in partnerships)      Engage in cluster CPD- use additional time to support individual staff where necessary.

 

Monitoring of coaches within the curriculum.

 

Two stage focus on assessment;

Embed Core tasks- key planning tool for teachers.

All staff to familiarise themselves with progression of skills for their age range

Quality Assure assessment judgements through moderation and developing exemplar material for class standards.

 

PLT to develop a greater understanding of the skills of staff in delivery of PE.

 

 

     PLT

Assessment to be developed over two years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     Pupils Challenged appropriately

More active and engaged in lessons

Make greater rates of progress

Have a better understanding of how to improve themselves

 

Pupils will continue to have high quality PE experiences and develop at a greater rate

 

Narrowing attainment gaps

For younger children- fundamental movement and for older children to improve thinking understanding and application of skills

 

Super Sports Stars every Friday to develop Fundamental movement Skills- Purchase of sports kit and shelving

     Staff CPD logs

Lesson obs/proformas

Core task record forms to show pupil progress

 

 

£2,700

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£128

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils (partners / curriculum PE / extra-curricular provision)      Introduce one taster day per term to widen the curriculum offer to signpost children to community participation.

 

 

To investigate ways to cope with over demand in clubs.

 

PLT

Completed July 2017

     Children will become more aware of the sporting opportunities available to them locally. Some may be encouraged to join out of school clubs.

 

 

Record of pupils attendance at out of school clubs. £100
4. Increased participation in competitive sport (Participation & success / intra and interschool)      Build and grow School Sports Week- use play leaders to help with delivery and organisation.

 

 

Ensure children have a range of opportunities to participate in festivals and football league.

Aim to achieve the Sainsburys Games silver award by engaging more children in particpating in sports clubs and festivals.

     PLT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 2017

Play leaders will develop and use their leadership skills in real situations.

 

 

Ensure children have a range of opportunities to participate in festivals and football league.

 

Representation at level 3 school games. £588

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£598

Sports Premium Impact

Academic Year:
2016/ 2017
Total fund allocated:
£8864
A B C D E F G H
PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator School Focus/ planned Impact on pupils Actions to Achieve Planned Funding Actual Funding Evidence Actual Impact (following Review) on pupils Sustainability/

Next Steps

1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

 

Pupils will have increased regular physical activity- which will embed a healthy lifestyle

May be some gains in physical fitness

 Continue with Lunchtime basketball/football league for KS2

Playleaders to engage KS1 children in active games and activities at lunchtime

Increase children’s participation in community sport- taster days?

Daily Mile Introduced

 £4,750

Lunchtime coach

 PLT to monitor lunchtime activities with learning walks.

 

Pupil voice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pupil Voice- Pupils very positive. Understand the importance of an active lifestyle.

Children challenging themselves physically

 Look into ways of improving impetus of daily mile eg purchase pedometers/stop watches.

 

 

 

Investigate possibility of using Sports Premium to fund OPAL to increase physical activity during lunchtimes.

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

 

 

Confident, organised, resourceful, effective communicators, self- regulating behaviour

Children able to apply knowledge and skills to different subject settings

Higher levels of attainment, pride in work, high aspirations, develop resilience

 

 Continue to develop the use of play leaders as role models and to provide more structured activities at playtimes.

 

Play Leaders award System

 

 Play Leaders taking active role in planning and leading other activities such as Junior Mission Team leading a Mother’s Day Collective woship.

 

Behaviour in and around school.

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

 

Pupils challenged appropriately

More active and engaged in lessons. Make greater rates of progress

Have a better understanding of how to improve themselves

Pupils will continue to have high quality PE experiences and develop at a greater rate

 

Two stage focus on assessment;

Embed Core tasks- key planning tool for teachers.

All staff to familiarise themselves with progression of skills for their age range

Coaches upskill staff through exemplar delivery of lessons

 

Super Sports Stars every Friday to develop Fundamental movement Skills- Purchase of sports kit and shelving

 

 

£2,700

SLA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£128

Tshirts/shorts

Lesson obs/proformas

Core task record /Eyfs profile-forms to show pupil progress

 

EYFS lesson obs showed excellent progression of skills 100 % of Rec to achieve ELG and 43% Exceeding in PD

 

 

Lesson Obs show Core Tasks now embedded. Assessment tracker devised to aid monitoring progression.

Introduce VEO as a tool for evidencing excellent examples of PE lessons and for moderating quality of teaching and learning- (licence as part of PE SLA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Explore possibility of purchasing wall mirrors for hall as a teaching aid for dance and gymnastics.

 

 

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

 

Children will become more aware of the sporting opportunities available to them locally. Some may be encouraged to join out of school clubs. Introduce taster sessions /day to widen the curriculum offer to signpost children to community participation. £100 Record of attendance at clubs Use new tracker system to monitor attendance at clubs and festivals and to highlight gaps.
5. increased participation in competitive sport

 

Play leaders will develop and use their leadership skills in real situations.

 

More children will have opportunities to participate in festivals and football league.

 

Build and grow School Sports Week- use play leaders to help with delivery and organisation.

Ensure children have a range of opportunities to participate in festivals and football league.

 

 

 

 

£500

Transport

 

£300

Kids r fit

More children attending festivals/competitions All KS2 classes had opportunity to attend a festival last academic year

 

School were part of Parkside Cluster football league.

Use your own indicators

After Easter when we receive our next allocation of funding, we will update the plan for the following year.