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P.E and Sports Premium

Primary School P.E and Sport Funding 2016-2017

 

What is the purpose of the funding?

 

The Government has announced a major new funding initiative to support the delivery of Physical Education and sport in primary schools. The PE and sport premium will provide over £150 million per year for the academic year 2016/17. The PE and sport premium is paid directly to schools and is ring-fenced so that funds will be spent on improving the quality of PE and sport provision for all children.

 

What is our objective at Oldmixon?

 

To raise standards and participation in P.E across the school that will enable children to develop a healthy lifestyle and participate in a range of sports to fulfil their potential.

 

What extra-curricular clubs do we offer?

 

At Oldmixon, we offer a range of extra-curricular sports activities for children to participate in, which are run by specialist sports coaches and are open to all children across the school. These include: multi-sports, team games, Zumba, dance, football, netball, rugby, hockey, basketball, dodgeball, rounders, cricket, athletics, cross-country and tennis. We regularly review our range of clubs to ensure that the range of clubs available is meeting the children’s interests.

 

What do the children think about the provision at Oldmixon?

 

We asked the children what they think about the P.E provision since we have employed specialist coaches and they said:

 

‘P.E is better now because we have specialist coaches’.

 

‘We learn a greater range of sports now we have specialist coaches’.

 

‘We get to do half the lesson learning a skill and half the lesson playing a competitive game’.

 

‘We have good equipment, the MUGA (multi-use games area) and the football pitches to play on’.

 

‘There are so many different options for after-school clubs and they change every term’.

 

Evaluation of P.E. and Sports Premium – Allocation for 2015-2016 £8894 and proposed spending for 2016-2017 – Allocation £8,855

 

Area of focus

Evidence

Action plan

Effective use of the funding

Funding breakdown

Impact

Increase participation rates in activities

Registers

  • Increased opportunities
  • Wider range of sports to be offered (i.e. golf)
  • Continual review
  • Hire of specialist coaches

 

  • Wider scope of sporting opportunities
  • Identification of other skills and talent

 

Curriculum

School data

Registers

  • Quality of teaching and learning (lesson observations)
  • Swimming lessons for all of KS2.
  • Continual professional development of staff
  • Pupil voice
  • Planning time for P.E specialists
  • Time availability for P.E lessons
  • Liaisons with parents/carers

 

2016/17 pre-planned activities:

 

  • KS2 North Somerset touch rugby tournament
  • KS2 Co-operative schools football tournament
  • Year 3/4 golf session
  • Whole school dodgeball tournament
  • Whole school sports week (including beach day, sports day, international sports)
  • Sport relief mile
  • Swimming gala
  • North Somerset football tournament
  • KS1 waterpark trip

 

  • Employing specialist teachers of P.E
  • CPD opportunities
  • Swimming for KS2
  • Rent of inflatable pitch and sound system
  • Transport to beach
  • Transport to rugby
  • Transport to football
  • Transport to Hutton Moor
  • Transport to
  • North Somerset football tournament
  • KS1 waterpark

£3,280

 

 

£100

 

£550

 

£100

 

£100

 

£110

 

 

 

£110

 

£150

  • Increased pupil participation
  • Enhanced inclusive provision
  • Competent and confident staff
  • Enhance quality of teaching and learning
  • Increased capacity and sustainability
  • Improved standards
  • Positive attitudes to health and wellbeing
  • Improved behaviour and attendance
  • Improved attitudes to P.E
  • Positive impact on whole school improvement
  • Enhanced communications with parents/carers
  • Ensuring strong, sustainable, effective links
  • Positive impact on leaderships

 

Extra-curricular

After school registers

Pupil voice data

  • Wide range of activities offered
  • Inclusion
  • Promotion of activities and healthy, active lifestyles
  • Quality and qualifications of staff
  • Access to on-site facilities (MUGA, field and sports hall)
  • Pupil voice
  • Partnerships with Weston football and rugby club and the Oldmixon Karate club

 

  • Hire of specialist coaches
  • Hire of off-site facilities
  • Transport
  • North Somerset Sports Association membership

£13,560

 

 

 

 

 

£900

  • Increased pupil participation
  • Enhanced inclusive provision
  • Competent and confident staff
  • Enhance quality of teaching and learning
  • Increased capacity and sustainability
  • Improved standards
  • Positive attitudes to health and wellbeing
  • Improved behaviour and attendance
  • Improved attitudes to P.E
  • Positive impact on whole school improvement
  • Enhanced communications with parents/carers
  • Ensuring strong, sustainable, effective links
  • Positive impact on leaderships
  • Reduction of low level disruption
  • Increased school and community links

Participation and success in competitive sport

School data

Calendar of events

  • Engage more staff, parents and volunteers to attend events
  • Improve links with other schools
  • Co-operative schools football tournament
  • North Somerset rugby tournament
  • Paying for transport for fixtures and festivals
  • Hire of off-site facilities

£600

  • Increased pupil participation
  • Extended provision
  • Increased staffing capacity
  • Improved positive attitudes to health and wellbeing
  • Ensuring strong sustainable links
  • Positive impacts on leadership
  • Inclusion
  • Effective link between pupil behaviour and participation at events

Inclusivity

Curriculum plan

Data

All children participate in P.E lessons

 

  • Accessibility of all activities
  • Use of teaching assistants to support learning
  • Quality teaching and learning
  • Continuing professional development
  • Liaisons with parents/carers
  • Check equipment to ensure it meets the needs of all pupils
  • Ensure inclusion policy refers to P.E
  • Introducing basic movement skills in EYFS

 

 

  • Inclusive curriculum which inspires and engages all pupils
  • More confident and competent staff
  • Enhanced quality of teaching and learning
  • Increased capacity and sustainability

Growth of alternative sporting activities

Registers

Calendar of events

  • Range of activities offered
  • Inclusion
  • Active healthy lifestyle
  • Qualifications of staff
  • Time of day when activities are offered
  • Access to facilities on and off site
  • Pupil voice
  • Links with local clubs
  • CPD opportunities
  • Golf session with specialist
  • Employing specialist teachers
  • Paying for transport and access to indoor leisure facilities
  • Introduce new initiatives
  • Specialist equipment for non-traditional activities

 

 

  • Extended alternative provision
  • Engagement or re-engagement of disaffected pupils
  • Increased pupil participation
  • Confident and competent staff
  • Enhance quality of delivery of activities
  • Increased staffing capacity and sustainability
  • Improved standards
  • Positive attitudes to health and well being
  • Improved behaviour and attendance
  • Reduction of low level disruption
  • Improved pupil attitude of TREDS
  • Positive impact on whole school improvement
  • Enhanced communication with parents/carers
  • Increase school community links
  • Strong sustainable effective links
  • Positive impact on leadership

Partnership work with other schools/

college

Membership of networks

Minutes of minutes

Attendance at P.E forums

 

  • Review partnership and membership networks
  • Regular networking
  • Employing expert advice to evaluate strengths and areas for development

 

  • Increased staff knowledge and understanding
  • Sustainable workforce
  • Enhanced quality of provision
  • Increased pupil participation in competitive activities
  • Increased range of opportunities
  • Sharing of best practice
  • Increased pupil awareness of opportunities in the community

 

Links to other subjects that contribute achievement (TREDS – Teamwork, Respect, Enjoyment, Discipline, Sportsmanship)

 

TREDS incorporated into behaviours policy

P.E action plan

 

 

  • Review the contribution of TREDS with regards to children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural needs (Jigsaw).
  • Share effective practice
  • CPD opportunities
  • Identify the positive impact that TREDS has had on academic achievement, behaviour and safety, attendance, health and well-being and SMSC.
  • Employ expert advice
  • Specialist P.E teachers
  • Cross curricular learning

 

 

 

 

 

£500 (CPD)

  • Whole school targets met more effectively
  • Academic achievement enhanced
  • Pupil understanding of the value of TREDS to their learning across the school
  • Staff across the school can make links across subjects and themes including P.E
  • Increased pupil concentrations, commitment, self-esteem and behaviour
  • Positive behaviour and a sense of fair play enhanced
  • Ensuring strong, sustainable, effective links
  • Positive impact on leaderships

 

Awareness of obesity, smoking and general health

Lesson observations

Links through Jigsaw

Registers

  • Class awareness through Jigsaw lessons.
  • External expert advice
  • Presentations from professionals

 

  • Enhanced awareness of health and wellbeing
  • Pupil concentration increased
  • Improved attitudes to health and wellbeing

 

Continuing professional development of teachers

Lesson observations

Peers observations

  • Lesson observations
  • Peer observations
  • CPD opportunities
  • CPD opportunities

 

 

  • Improved standards of teaching
  • Increased staffing capacity and sustainability
  • More sustainable work force
  • Increase staff knowledge and understanding
  • Positive impact on leadership

 

P.E equipment

Equipment availability

  • Review and audit current equipment stocks termly
  • Create an inventory of stock
  • Deficiencies to be actioned

(Known purchase is gymnastics mats)

  • Supplement and replace stock

£2,400

  • Increased opportunities for children
  • Extended alternative provision
  • Positive impact on whole school improvement
  • Increased capacity and sustainability
  • Increased pupil participation

Travel for attending fixtures

 

 

Receipts/documentation of travel

  • Fundraising for a mini bus
  • Coach and minibus hire

 

  • Increased opportunities for children
  • Positive impact on whole school
  • Increased pupil participation
  • Strong, sustainable, effective links
  • Increase school community links

Total: £22,460

 

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