Primary School PE and Sport Funding

 

Phase 1 Sports Day

Phase 1 Sports Day

Phase 1 Sports Day

Phase 1 Sports Day

Phase 1 Sports Day

Phase 1 Sports Day

The government have provided funding for the academic years 2019/20 to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The 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 headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

 

Sports Premium Funding

The government provided funding of £150 million per annum for the academic years 2013/14 2014/15 , 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/2019 to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. This funding is to continue into 2019/20. The 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 headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

Our aims at St Andrew’s Primary School

To enhance the PE curriculum so every child has the opportunity to develop as a whole and have increased self esteem. To help engage all children in sports activities and for them to reach their full potential. To link PE with PHSME and healthy bodies.

As our school grows it is important to ensure that all staff have the knowledge, skills and understanding to secure high quality provision. To use the funding to make sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sports we offer. To raise the profile of PE and sport across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

PE and sports funding allocation

How funding will be spent 2019-2020

  • Full time professional sports coach employed by the school
  • Weekly staff development through team teaching with sports coaches.
  • Extra staffing at lunchtimes
  • Extra curricular clubs
  • Healthy bodies days
  • Sports enterprise weeks
  • Sports coach to work with children across lunchtimes
  • Physical Education sports coaches to work with children on a regular basis
  • Staff training with professional coaches to work alongside staff during PE lessons
  • Staff training Scarborough
  • FA coaching training for staff
  • Links with other schools for competitions
  • Links with the community Hull FC /Hull City (professional clubs)
  • Professional coaches to work with children during Dazzle sessions
  • Gemma’s Gems Academy dance coach to work regularly with children to improve staff development and encourage boys dance
  • Extra sports equipment to enhance PE sessions and extra curricular clubs
  • Gifted and Talented provision with sports coach
  • Special needs provision
  • Money to cover PE co-ordinator and Healthy Bodies co-ordinator to monitor quality of PE lessons and assessment
  • Links with parents on the school website to help with obesity/parent workshops
  • Extend provision for residential trips
  • Resources to enhance sports provision at lunchtimes
  • Dazzle sports activities
  • Encourage pupils to take on leadership roles that support sport
  • Links Ennerdale sports centre with professional sports coaches from First Step Physical Education sports coaches to work with children on a regular basis
  • Healthy eating and cooking sessions
  • Allotment
  • Residential cover for staff for sports trips/Raywell
  • Support staff training to learn new skills and games when working with the children at lunchtimes
  • Paint on playground, sports court and field to encourage and enhance team games
  • Equipment for well being sports court.
  • Pedestrian skills first steps
  • Swimming
  • Bikeability
  • PE cupboard storage updated
  • New equipment
  • Lunchtime equipment
  • Extra curricular clubs to support healthy minds
  • Well being mentors to support healthy minds
  • Equipment for Raywell residential trips.

 

 

 

 

Sports Premium Funding

The government provided funding of £150 million per annum for the academic years 2013/14 2014/15 , 2015/16 , 2016/17 and 2017/18 to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. This funding is to continue into 2018/19. The 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.

PE and sports funding allocation for 2017/2018= £20,000

Our aims at St Andrew’s Primary School

To enhance the PE curriculum so every child has the opportunity to develop as a whole and have increased self esteem. To help engage all children in sports activities and for them to reach their full potential. To link PE with PHSME and healthy bodies.

As our school grows it is important to ensure that all staff have the knowledge, skills and understanding to secure high quality provision. To use the funding to make sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sports we offer. To raise the profile of PE and sport across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

PE and sports funding allocation

How funding will be spent 2018-2019

Full time professional sports coach employed by the school

  • Weekly staff development through team teaching with sports coaches.
  • Extra staffing at lunchtimes
  • Extra curricular clubs
  • Healthy bodies days
  • Sports enterprise weeks
  • Sports coach to work with children across lunchtimes
  • Physical Education sports coaches to work with children on a regular basis
  • Staff training with professional coaches to work alongside staff during PE lessons
  • Staff training Scarborough
  • FA coaching training for staff
  • Links with other schools for competitions
  • Links with the community Hull FC (professional clubs)
  • Professional coaches to work with children during Dazzle sessions
  • Gemma’s Gems Academy dance coach to work regularly with children to improve staff development and encourage boys dance
  • Extra sports equipment to enhance PE sessions and extra curricular clubs
  • Gifted and Talented provision with sports coach
  • Special needs provision
  • Money to cover PE co-ordinator to monitor quality of PE lessons and assessment
  • Links with parents on the school website to help with obesity/parent workshops
  • Extend provision for residential trips
  • Resources to enhance sports provision at lunchtimes
  • Dazzle sports activities
  • Encourage pupils to take on leadership roles that support sport
  • Links Ennerdale sports centre with professional sports coaches from First Step Physical Education sports coaches to work with children on a regular basis
  • Healthy eating and cooking sessions
  • Allotment
  • Residential cover for staff for sports trips/Raywell
  • Support staff training to learn new skills and games when working with the children at lunchtimes
  • Paint on playground, sports court and field to encourage and enhance team games
  • Equipment for well being sports court

Swimming at St Andrew’s C of E Primary School

 

Swimming and water safety is an extremely important part of the PE curriculum at St Andrew’s C of E Primary School and another way of helping children to lead healthy and active lives.

Whilst in KS2, the pupils attend swimming lessons at Ennerdale Leisure Centre everyday for two weeks during the Autumn term.

 

Pupils are grouped according to their ability and are taught to:

 

  • Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 Metres.
  • Use a range of strokes effectively (for example, front crawl, backstroke and Breaststroke).
  • Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

Swimming Data

2020/2021

Year Group Number of children Able to swim 25m prior to swimming

lessons

Able to swim 25m after swimming

lessons

Use a range of strokes

effectively

Perform safe     self-rescue
6 79 0=0% 58=73%  

47 = 59%

 

 

10 = 13%

 

2019/2020

Year Group Number of children Able to swim 25m prior to swimming

lessons

Able to swim 25m after swimming

lessons

Use a range of strokes     effectively Perform safe    self-rescue
6 81 5= 6% 78=96%  

48 = 59%

 

 

16 = 20%

 

Club Number of pupils attended Pupil Premium Children
Whole School Morning Keep Fit 12 0
Whole School Followers Club 25 2
Reception Lego club 37 2
Reception Dough Disco 37 3
Reception Football 44 3
Reception Book Club 27 2
Year 1 Football 40 3
Year 1 Art Club 32 2
Year 1 Yoga Club 34 3
Year 1 Book Club 26 1
Year 2 Football 43 2
Year 2 ICT 38 3
Year 2 Table Tennis 6 1
Year 1/2 Enterprise Club 40 3
Hockey Y3/4/5/6 20 3
Running Club Y2/3/4/5/6 70 5
Year 3 Film Club 34 6
Year 3 Boys Football 30 4
Y3 Girls Football 22 2
Year 4 Boys Football 34 3
Year 4 Colouring Club 26 1
Year 4  Zumba 32 3
Year 4 Girls Football 23 3
Year 5 Poetry Club 4 0
Year 5 Boys Football 35 3
Year 5 Rugby 28 2
Year 5 Girls Football 25 2
Year 6 Boys Football 30 3
Year 6 Rugby 30 3
Year 6 Girls Football 25 2
Choir 45 4
Year 6 Spelling 10 1
Year 6 Maths 25 2

Sports Coach Update 

We have continued to use Sports premium money to employ a Sports Coach as we can already see the impact her work is having on staff and pupils:

  • Children’s confidence raised
  • Children engaged and enjoying PE
  • Contribution to the development of our PE curriculum to meet the demands of the new PE National Curriculum
  • Raised staff confidence in:

o   teaching gymnastics

o   developing ball skills

o   use of different types of equipment, eg gymnastics, outdoor equipment

  • Enhanced PE provision to help meet our aim to provide 2 hours PE per week
  • Enhanced extra-curricular clubs – provision of morning and after school clubs
  • Team teaching and discrete training with staff to provide Continuing Professional Development for staff, eg health and fitness, sports, tactics

 

Sports Premium Funding

 

The government provided funding of £150 million per annum for the academic years 2013/14 2014/15 , 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18 to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. This funding is to continue into 2018/19. The 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 headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

Our aims at St Andrew’s Primary School

To enhance the PE curriculum so every child has the opportunity to develop as a whole and have increased self esteem. To help engage all children in sports activities and for them to reach their full potential. To link PE with PHSME and healthy bodies.

As our school grows it is important to ensure that all staff have the knowledge, skills and understanding to secure high quality provision. To use the funding to make sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sports we offer. To raise the profile of PE and sport across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

PE and sports funding allocation

How funding will be spent 2018-2019

  • Full time professional sports coach employed by the school
  • Weekly staff development through team teaching with sports coaches.
  • Extra staffing at lunchtimes
  • Extra curricular clubs
  • Healthy bodies days
  • Sports enterprise weeks
  • Sports coach to work with children across lunchtimes
  • Physical Education sports coaches to work with children on a regular basis
  • Staff training with professional coaches to work alongside staff during PE lessons
  • Staff training Scarborough
  • FA coaching training for staff
  • Links with other schools for competitions
  • Links with the community Hull FC (professional clubs)
  • Professional coaches to work with children during Dazzle sessions
  • Gemma’s Gems Academy dance coach to work regularly with children to improve staff development and encourage boys dance
  • Extra sports equipment to enhance PE sessions and extra curricular clubs
  • Gifted and Talented provision with sports coach
  • Special needs provision
  • Money to cover PE co-ordinator to monitor quality of PE lessons and assessment
  • Links with parents on the school website to help with obesity/parent workshops
  • Extend provision for residential trips
  • Resources to enhance sports provision at lunchtimes
  • Dazzle sports activities
  • Encourage pupils to take on leadership roles that support sport
  • Links Ennerdale sports centre with professional sports coaches from First Step Physical Education sports coaches to work with children on a regular basis
  • Healthy eating and cooking sessions
  • Allotment
  • Residential cover for staff for sports trips/Raywell
  • Support staff training to learn new skills and games when working with the children at lunchtimes
  • Paint on playground, sports court and field to encourage and enhance team games
  • Equipment for well being sports court.
Activity/initiative/staff Purpose intended impact Impact
Full time Sports Coach

Toni Fenton

 

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

A range of sports offered to all children.

Additional to PE lessons.

A professional who is always in school for staff to seek support and advice about sport if needed.

Developed both staff and children’s PE knowledge.

Increase of technical PE  vocabulary.

PE observations show staff and children’s development.

Children are receiving at least 2 hours of Physical

activity per week.

All staff weekly team teaching with sports coach. Develop staff confidence teaching and delivering PE and sports. Teaching children

sporting skills for life.

PE observations show good communication and knowledge. Staff have taken on board more ideas and

developed lesson plans from team teaching.

FA coaching training Children to learn rules and  skills of football. Encouraging children’s leadership skills. Children have mentored peers.

Improved children’s confidence. Planning and

organisation skills.

Dance Coach Gemma Connell Smith

(Gemma’s Gems Dance academy)

To inspire boys dance. Children to learn street dancing skills.

To put together dance sequences and routines.

To develop confidence.

Staff training delivering dance lessons in PE.

Improved staff development and knowledge. Staff are more confident to teach dance sessions. Engagement from both boys and girls due to the dance coaches choice of music and dance style.
Range of extra curricular clubs To increase children’s

confidence and learn new skills.

Keep fit and healthy.

Sense of achievement.

Children’s confidence

increased to mix with other peers. Healthy bodies and healthy mind awareness through mindful and

relaxation activities.

Extra staffing at lunchtimes To help children take part in sports and games. Support staff providing games to develop social skills and increase fitness levels.
Sports coach teaching at lunchtimes To support dinner ladies and support staff make sporting activities and resources

available for all pupils on a lunchtime.

Sports coach has develop staff outside. Increase of house and year group competitions using the wellbeing court.
French skipping ropes Children to play together/sharing/ communicating/healthy bodies. Children are playing together/sharing/ communicating/increase in healthy bodies and healthy minds.
Lunchtime play equipment Children to play together/sharing/ communicating/healthy bodies. Children are playing together/sharing/ communicating/increase in healthy bodies and healthy minds.
Support staff training in sports and games PE co-ordinator and sports coach training support staff Variety of games and sports training given. PE

Co-ordinator and Healthy Bodies Co-ordinator have made a file for members of support staff to use at playtimes. Children are offered a wide range of sports at playtimes and lunchtimes.

Allotment Children learn where food comes from.

Encourage healthy eating.

Children are more aware of where food comes from and how to grow vegetables.
Paint for lines on the playground, sports court and field for team games. To encourage and enhance team games. Children participating in team games. Sports days. House competitions and curriculum clubs.
Equipment for well being sports court To encourage and enhance team games. Children participating in team games. Sports days. House competitions and curriculum clubs. Development of provision for SEN and other target groups.
Activity/initiative/staff Purpose intended impact Impact
Extra curricular sports

equipment

Footballs, mats, balls, bats

Children more active

Wide range of clubs.

Children are playing together/sharing/ communicating/increase in healthy bodies and healthy minds.
All staff weekly team teaching with sports coach. Develop staff confidence teaching and delivering PE and sports. Teaching children sporting skills for life. PE observations show good communication and knowledge. Staff have taken on board more ideas and

developed lesson plans from team teaching.

Links with community

Hull FC

Children to learn rules and skills of rugby.

Encourages children to join clubs in and

outside of school.

Role models for sports

New skills learned.  Increase of children taking part in team games.

Children inspiring to play more sports.

Special Needs provision

Sports coach

To ensure all pupils can access sports facilities in school.

To gain confidence and increase fine motor skills.

Circuit and well being court

developed to help SEN children be more aware of healthy bodies and healthy minds.

Dazzle sports activities To increase children’s

confidence and learn new skills.

Keep fit and healthy.

Sense of achievement.

Children to try new sports and activities.

Children’s confidence increased.

Increased amount of physical

activity. A variety of sports being offered.  Circuits areas now being used.

 

Encourage pupils to take on

leadership roles involving sports.

Older children teaching younger children

Enterprise

To help children take part in sports and games.

Leadership

confidence

Year 6 monitors have encouraged the younger children to join in sports activities during lunchtimes.

Key stage 2 children have helped younger children during sports days and obstacle challenge days. Across the school children are more aware of enterprise skills that can be used during sports activities.

 

Enterprise sports weeks To help children become more aware of healthy body and mind activities.

Cross curricular links with all subjects.

 Cross curricular links through all

subjects with healthy bodies and PE.

A variety of healthy bodies/healthy mind activities offered to each year group.

Healthy bodies days Awareness of how to stay and keep healthy for life.

Children more active

Evidence collecting

Staff development

Greater awareness for children and parents through whole school

homework. Cross curricular links with healthy bodies and PE. A variety of healthy bodies/healthy mind activities offered to each year group,

Scarborough Staff Training New ideas for lessons

Brain Breaks

Outdoor learning

ICT links developed for assessment and staff CPD. New ideas given to staff to use in lessons.

 

Healthy eating and cooking

sessions

Children to learn to make the right choice when eating. Learning cooking skills Children’s knowledge developed through Dazzle, Science and PPA sessions. Healthy eating and cooking ha been developed through enterprise and themed lunchtimes provided by school cooks.