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 2017/18 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.

 

Our aims at St Andrew’s for 2017-18

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.

 

PE and sports funding allocation for 2017/2018= £10,405

 

How funding will be spent 2017-2018

  • Professional sports coach employed by the school
  • Extra staffing at lunchtimes for playground games
  • Links Ennerdale sports centre with professional sports coaches from First Step Physical Education sports coaches to work with children on a regular basis
  • Staff training with professional coaches to work alongside staff during PE lessons
  • 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 and PE Days.
  • 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
  • New outdoor gym equipment stations
  • White lines for permanent football pitches, rounder pitches and running tracks

 

Our aims at St Andrew’s for 2016-17

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.

 

PE and sports funding allocation for 2016/2017= £10,405

 

How funding will be spent 2016-2017

  • Professional sports coach employed by the school
  • Extra staffing at lunchtimes
  • Links Ennerdale sports centre with professional sports coaches from First Step Physical Education sports coaches to work with children on a regular basis
  • Staff training with professional coaches to work alongside staff during PE lessons
  • 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

Intended Impact

Resources Impact
Sports Coach Toni Craven

(All classes on a weekly rota)

 

Children gaining confidence and new skills

Staff development and confidence delivering PE

lessons.

 

FA coaching training Staff to gain knowledge and skills to provide high quality provision.
Dance Coach Gemma Connell Smith

(Gemma’s Dance academy)

Children gaining confidence and new skills

Staff development and confidence delivering Dance lessons.

Inspires boys dance.

Hire of Ennerdale sports Centre and Sports coach from First Step Sports. Children gaining confidence and new skills

Links with the community

Staff development and confidence delivering PE

lessons.

 

Monkey Bizness Developing healthy bodies/movement
French skipping ropes Children learning new sport/social skills/ more active at

lunchtimes.

Lunchtime play equipment Develop social skills/Children more active during lunchtimes
Extra curricular sports equipment More children joining Extra curricular clubs
Extra staffing at lunchtimes To encourage children to be more active and help them to join in physical and sports activities.

Impact at St Andrew’s for 2015-16

Initial Aims

To enhance the PE curriculum so every child had 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.

 

PE and sports funding allocation for 2015/2016= £10,405

 

How funding was spent 2015-2016

  • Links with local sports centres. Children to attend Ennerdale and Monkey Bizness at every term
  • Professional sports coaches worked with children and staff on a regular basis
  • Professional dance coach to worked with children on a regular basis
  • Staff training with professional coaches working alongside staff during PE lessons
  • Links with other schools for competitions
  • Links with the community Hull FC and Sutton Cricket Club
  • Professional coaches worked with children during Dazzle sessions
  • Gifted and Talented provision
  • Special needs provision
  • Money covered PE co-ordinator to monitor quality of PE lessons and assessment
  • Extended provision for residential trips
  • Goal posts and equipment bought to enhance PE
  • Staff training
  • Sports equipment used to enhance extra curricular clubs
  • Parent workshops with Change4Life supported least active children and brought awareness of obesity and how to prevent it.
  • Resources enhanced sports provision at lunchtimes.
Resources Impact
Sports Coach 1

(All classes on a weekly rota)

 

Children gained confidence and new skills

Staff developed confidence delivering PE lessons.

Cross curricular links with Maths were established

Sports Coach 2

(All classes on a weekly rota)

 

Children gained confidence and new skills

Staff developed confidence delivering PE lessons.

 

Dance Coach Children gained confidence and new skills

Staff developed confidence delivering Dance lessons.

An increasing number of boys inspired to dance.

Hire of Ennerdale sports Centre and Sports coach from First Step Sports. Children gained confidence and new skills

Links were strengthened with the community

Staff got to observe new ideas and approaches delivering PE lessons.

Monkey Bizness Developed healthy bodies/movement.
French skipping ropes Children learnt new sport/social skills/ and were more active at lunchtimes.
Lunchtime play equipment Developed social skills/Children were more active during lunchtimes
Netball equipment More children joined Extra curricular clubs
Footballs/posts More children joined clubs

 

Our aims at St Andrew’s for 2014-15

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 in PE/Extra-Curricular Sport.

To link PE with PHSME and healthy bodies.

To increase Children’s activity lessons.

 

PE and sports funding allocation for 2014/2015= £10,410

 

How funding will be spent 2014-2015

  • Links with local sports centres. Children to attend Ennerdale and Monkey Bizness on a regular basis
  • Professional sports coaches to work with children on a regular basis
  • Staff training with professional coaches to work alongside staff during PE lessons
  • Links with other schools for competitions
  • Links with the community Hull FC and Sutton Cricket Club
  • Professional coaches to work with children during Dazzle sessions
  • Gifted and Talented provision
  • Special needs provision
  • Money to cover PE co-ordinator to monitor quality of PE lessons and assessment
  • Extend provision for residential trips
  • Goal posts and equipment to enhance PE
  • Parent workshops with Change4Life to support least active children and bring awareness of obesity and how to prevent it.
  • Resources to enhance sports provision at lunchtimes.
What we did (2014/15) Impact
Use the expertise of Sports Coaches to further support, develop and enhance the teaching of PE

(S Hughes and T Craven – all classes on weekly rota)

All children access a high standard of PE provision

Improved progress of Children in PE

Children gaining confidence and new skills Improved staff confidence in delivery of PE sessions which will challenge and enthuse pupils

Children’s fitness levels improved

Cross curricular links with Maths.

Use the expertise of Dance Coach

(G Connell Smith – Gemma’s Dance academy)

Children gaining confidence and new skills

Staff development and improved Use the expertise of confidence In delivering Dance lessons.

Inspires boys’ dance.

Hire of Ennerdale sports Centre and Sports coach from First Step Sports. Children gaining confidence and new skills

Links with the community

Staff development and confidence delivering PE lessons.

 

Monkey Bizness Developing healthy bodies/movement
French skipping ropes Children learning new sport/social skills/ more active at

lunchtimes.

Lunchtime play equipment Develop social skills/children more active during lunchtimes
Netball equipment More children joining Extra Curricular clubs
Footballs/posts More children joining clubs

 

How the funding was spent 2013/2014

  • Links with local sports centres. Children to attend Ennerdale on a regular basis
  • Professional coaches to work with children on a regular basis
  • Staff training with professional coaches to work alongside staff during PE lessons
  • Links with other schools for competitions
  • Links with the community Hull FC and Sutton Cricket Club
  • Professional coaches to work with children during DAZZLE  sessions – sessions of engaging, enjoyable activities to promote enjoyment of learning
  • Gifted and Talented provision
  • Special needs provision
  • Money to cover PE co-ordinator to monitor quality of PE lessons and assessment
  • Extend provision for residential trips
  • Purchase of goal posts and equipment to enhance PE
  • Parent workshops with Change4Life to support least active children and bring awareness of obesity and how to prevent it
How we used the money Impact
Sports Coach
All classes on a rota throughout the year
Staff Development
Children gaining confidence and new skills
Dance Coach
Gemma’s Gems
All classes on a rota throughout the year
Staff Development
Inspires boys to dance
Children gaining new skills
Football posts
Footballs
More children attending football clubs
Netball post
Netball bibs and equipment
More children attending Netball Club.
To prepare to compete with other schools.
Hire of Ennerdale sports centre and coach. Staff Development
More children able to do sports activities during Dazzle.
Sports Environment
Sports Equipment to use during lunchtimes Develop social skills
More exercise.
Hockey sticks and balls To develop Hockey skills

Sports Coach Update – Spring 2017

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

 

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
Resources Impact
Sports Coach Toni Craven

(All classes on a weekly rota)

 

Children gaining confidence and new skills

Staff development and confidence delivering PE

lessons.

 

FA coaching training Staff to gain knowledge and skills to provide high quality provision. Cross curricular links.
Dance Coach Gemma Connell Smith

(Gemma’s Dance academy)

Children gaining confidence and new skills

Staff development and confidence delivering Dance lessons.

Inspires boys dance.

Hire of Ennerdale sports Centre and Sports coach from First Step Sports. Children gaining confidence and new skills

Links with the community

Staff development and confidence delivering PE

lessons.

 

Monkey Bizness Developing healthy bodies/movement
French skipping ropes Children learning new sport/social skills/ more active at

lunchtimes.

Lunchtime play equipment Develop social skills/Children more active during lunchtimes
Extra curricular sports equipment More children joining Extra curricular clubs
Extra staffing at lunchtimes To encourage children to be more active and help them to join in physical and sports activities.