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Sports Premium Grant

Primary School PE and Sport Premium

Academic Year 2016 -2017 Expenditure

Academic Year 2016-2017 Exenditure
Total Fund Allocated
 
£8850 £8850          
PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator
School Focus/Planned Impact on Pupils
Actions Achieved
Funding
Evidence
Actual Impact on Pupuls
Sustainability/Next Steps
The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy, active lifestyles Plan and deliver lessons that are both physically active and enjoyable which engage and inspire pupils to participate in PE and physical activity. PE specialist teacher/specialist gymnastics coach model high quality lessons which show good to outstanding teaching and learning strategies to keep children physically active and engaged.

Specialist PE Teacher £5214

Specialist Gymnastic Teacher £2932

Pupil voice/pupil conferencing

Pupil questionnaires

Staff questionnaires

Lesson observations

Club/Activity Registers

Children are physically active for sustained periods of time and are inspired to become active learners.
Children’s level of physical literacy has improved as a result of expert teaching and learning.
Children are given clear challenges and targets within lessons which enable them to progress.
Bikeability will provide children safe and practical training about riding a bike
Ensure all staff are provided with opportunities to observe and team teach alongside specialist teachers.
Develop monitoring procedures for staff to ensure they teach good to outstanding features within PE.
Develop links with Blackburn Rovers Community Trust to educate children about the need for a healthy active lifestyle. Blackburn Rovers to deliver the healthy moves project which promotes the importance of physical activity and diet as part of a healthy active lifestyle. Free Offer a programme of CPD to staff who may require additional subject knowledge to support their teaching of PE.
Offer Bikeability training to all KS2 children to promote a healthy, active lifestyle Bikebability training offered to all year 5 and 6 children during May/June. Free Offer a bike to school option for those children wanting to ride to school and explore how the school can store bikes.
 
 School Focus/Planned Impact on Pupils
Actions Achieved
Funding
Evidence
Actual Impact on Pupils
Sustainability/Next Steps
 The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy, active lifestyles.  Invest in playground equipment to keep children active during lunchtimes/playtimes.  Develop active lunchtime system through play leaders supported by welfare staff.  Welfare training/
equipment
£100
 Pupil voice/pupil conferencing
Welfare training
 Children are physically active during break and lunch times Through conversations with the children provide equipment/resources to match their needs
  The profile of PE and sport being raised across school as a tool for whole school improvement.  PE class stars are being identified and rewarded during celebration assembly, this promotes the importance of excellence and effort in children’s learning.  Reward certificates and stickers are given out during assembly time.
Information about PE achievement is shared via the newsletter, Facebook and the school website
 Printings costs and stickers  School website
/Newsletter
Children feel valued in their PE lessons and this is demonstrated by a positive change in their attitude and effort. Children are encouraged to write articles for the school website to celebrate their achievements in PE.
Celebrate children’s achievement through the PE notice board and provide interactive questions regarding PE  The PE notice board promotes discussion and questions about the importance of PE.  N/A  PE notice board Children can answer reflective questions such as the importance of teamwork or the need for inclusion.
The notice board and website show examples of our children succeeding this develops children’s self-esteem and self-worth.
Young leaders/School council to develop their own questions to be asked on the PE notice board.PE specialist to attend an active literacy course which will look at strategies to develop children’s literacy levels through PE.
 PE and Sports Premium Key Outcome Indicator
School Focus/Planned Impact on Pupils
Actions Achieved
Funding
Evidence
Actual Impact on Pupils
Sustainability/Next Steps
 Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.   Appointment of a specialist PE teacher ½ a day a week

Specialist Teachers model and team teach lessons with staff to develop staff confidence and competence in PE.

All staff teaching PE are aware of the importance of Physical Literacy and the need to develop Fundamental Movement Skills from an early age.

Staff use the STEP process to differentiate the teaching and learning of PE and use the Matalan cards to develop the themes of healthy me, social me, physical me and thinking me.

  Previously Listed

Pupil voice/pupil conferencing

Pupil/Staff questionnaires

Lesson observations

New Lancashire Scheme of Work which provides clear guidance on how to plan and deliver FMS through the National Curriculum.

Children are taught lessons with good to outstanding features and this is inspiring them to achieve their best.

Children’s level of Physical Literacy has improved and they are proficient in Fundamental Movement Skills-through teacher assessment.

Develop assessment policy within PE which provides evidence of improvement in FMS.

Link PE assessment policy to Target Tracker, to enable staff to monitor/track progress.

Develop ICT usage in PE and link Ipads to target tracker/Coaches eye software.

PE specialist to provide a quick refresher to all staff about how to use the Matalan cards and the STEP process in their lessons.

 Appointment of a gymnastic specialist teacher ½ a day a week to deliver high quality PE
 PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator
School Focus/Planned Impact on Pupils
Actions Achieved
Funding
Evidence
Actual Impact on Pupils
Sustainability/Next Steps
 Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.  Curriculum map created that delivers a broad and balanced PE curriculum  Lancashire Scheme of Work is now being used across the Key Stages.  N/A Funding provided in 2016 action plan  Curriculum Map provides a broad and balanced PE programme.  Children are provided with opportunities in a range of sports and activities across the key stages.  Offer increased opportunities in a range of new sports after-school and during lunchtimes.
 Increased participation in competitive sport.  Continue to provide opportunities for the children to represent the school in a range of sporting activities.
To provide children opportunities to play against one another as part of the school house system.
 Dance festivals and competitions have been identified from the competition calendar that have allowed children to represent the school.
KS2 children have competed against one another in the units of rounders and cricket.
 £100 membership to BPSSA
(Blackburn Primary School Sports Association)
 Competition calendar  Children are provided access to a range of sporting competition such as the “celebration of dance” festival and the SEN Boccia event.  Work towards attaining the school games “bronze” award.
Developing a PE sports crew and Play leaders to develop play activities and level 1 competition at lunchtime.
             
 Additional Expenditure
Gym Mats
£504, Gym Mats were condemned as unsafe therefore £504 was needed to replace them.

 

Academic Year 2015 - 2016  Sports Funding £11345

PE Subject Leader: Kirsty Holmes

Specialist Teaching/Coaching & CPD

Action
Evidence - Who?
Evidence - When?
Evidence - Where?
Cost?
Impact
Appointment of a specialist PE Teacher to support staff in the delivery of the Primary PE Curriculum. Mr Allen Specialist PE Teacher Sept 2015 – July 2016. ½ day per week. St Luke and St Philip’s Primary Academy   £6,632 High Quality teaching and learning in the PE Curriculum - Increased pupil participation  - Ensure teachers need are met by utilising PE specialists expertise and technical knowledge - Sharing good practise to up skill teaching of PE staff  - Increased staff confidence in the delivery of PE  - Enhanced quality teaching and learning in PE  - Introduction of new sports and activities as part of curricular and extra-curricular PE  - More opportunities for pupils to access extra-curricular clubs. - To ensure that children are physically literate through the teaching of fundamental movement skills - To ensure children will be physically active for sustained periods of time - To raise the  profile of PE across the school - To provide maximum opportunities for all children to succeed in PE - To develop sustainable partnerships with groups within the local community
Access high quality specialist coaching in a specialist sport, whilst developing CPD for our staff Catherine Crew - (Gymnastics) Sept 2015 – July 2016 - 40mins  x 2 (Reception) - 40mins (Year 1) January 2016 – March 2016 - 1 hour (Year 4) - 1 hour (Year 5) £2,280 Reception and Year 1 pupils accessed specialised gymnastic coaching  - Teachers are up skilled in the teaching and delivering of Gymnastics  - Children are provided with high expectations and outcomes - Children’s physical literacy has improved - Children are provide with positive role models
  FA Skills Coach  - Zuber Patel (football) January 2016 – March 2016 - 1 hour (Year 4) - 1 hour (Year 5) St Luke and St Philip’s Primary Academy   Free Year 4/ 5 pupils assessed specialised football coaching  - Teachers up skilled in the teaching and delivering of football  - Staff have carried out online coaching assessment/ qualification as part of CPD (Continuing Professional Development) - Children are provide with positive role models
CPD - Lancashire scheme of work – Planning Assessment Kirsty Holmes Subject Leader - Mr Allen, Specialist PE Teaching - Staff February 2016 - 2 day course 2 training days attended 2016 - Wensley Fold Primary Academy   £125 per day - £250 total Developed an understanding of the Lancashire PE scheme of work - Developed an understanding of PE assessment according to Lancashire - Staff meeting delivered o cascade the new PE requirements to all staff - Implementation of the new PE curriculum - Updated PE policy - Updated PE assessment policy - Shared assessment policy with children, parents and carers

 Sport Membership

Action
Evidence - Who?
Evidence - When?
Evidence - Where?
Cost?
Impact
Registered to local BPSSA - Blackburn Primary School  Sports Association Whole School Sept 2015- July 2016 St Luke and St Philip’s Primary Academy   £100 Range of sporting activities increased at St Luke and St Philip’s Primary Academy Increased participation in competitive sport (inter and intra) - Increased participation in SEN activities such as the Boccia festival
Local Schools Game Network Whole School Sept 2015- July 2016 Various events within local authority Free Sainsbury’s School Games BRONZE mark achieved for the commitment to extra-curricular sports, and competitions

 Competitions and Festivals

Action
Evidence - Who?
Evidence - When?
Evidence - Where?
Cost?
Impact
Increase participation in competitive sport against self and others through Intra-School Sport. Whole School Sep 2015 – July 2016 St Luke and St Philip’s Primary Academy   n/a All children competed in Intra School sports competitions each half term that were focussed around basic movement skills and fundamental skills - Children competed against peers in their year group and themselves setting personal bests - To promote British values such as teamwork, resilience and fair play when competing in sporting competitions
KS1 and KS2 SPORTS DAY Whole School July 2016 St Luke and St Philip’s Primary Academy   n/a Children competed in a carousel of sporting activities linked to the skills of running, jumping and throwing. 

 Extra-Curricular Activities / Clubs

Action
Evidence - Who?
Evidence - When?
Evidence - Where?
Cost?
Impact
Increase pupil participation in/out of school hour’s clubs. Whole School  Sept 2015 – July 2016 St Luke and St Philip’s Primary Academy   n/a Increased numbers of children participating in out of school hour clubs - Enhanced, extended, inclusive extra-curricular provision - Enhanced quality of delivery of activities - Collaboratively working with local secondary schools and community groups 
Identify gifted and talented children to provide additional support for their needs to achieve high levels of success in PE and Sport in school and at sports competitions ‘Gifted and talented’ KS2 Pupils Sept 2015 – July 2016 St Luke and St Philip’s Primary Academy   n/a Children identified as being gifted and talented in PE and Sport signposted to local clubs through links available on the school website

 Opportunities for ALL Pupils

Action
Evidence - Who?
Evidence - When?
Evidence - Where?
Cost?
Impact
To develop a Boccia Club for children with SEN to attend.  SEN pupils April 2016 – July 2016 St Luke and St Philip’s Primary Academy   £100 - Boccia balls Children with SEN have developed their skills, understanding and confidence by participating in a sports club
To participate in the local Schools Boccia League. SEN pupils Autumn Term St Bede’s High School   £50 - Local school games basic package (Basic SLA) Children competed in the local Schools Boccia League making it through to the quarter finals. 

 Profile of PE and Sport

Action
Evidence - Who?
Evidence - When?
Evidence - Where?
Cost?
Impact
To increase the profile of PE and sport in school by celebrating the children’s achievements. Whole School January 2016 – July 2016 St Luke and St Philip’s Primary Academy   n/a Regular updated results of inter and intra sporting events on the school’s website - After school clubs and sports competition calendar shared on the schools website  - Sport events and achievements shared in the schools’ newsletter  - Weekly KS1 and KS2 Sports Awards presented at Celebration Assembly - Engaging all pupils in regular physical activity and kick starting a healthy, active lifestyle

 

PE Premium 

£8,845

Additional PE funding 

£2,500

Total funding 

£11,345

Total PE costing as of April 2016 

£9,412

 

Total Expenditure: 

£9,412

Balance carried forward: 

£1,933

 



Planning for the Academic Year 2014/15

Overview of the school (with effect from September 2014):

 

Number of Pupils and Pupil Premium Grant (PPG Received)
Total Number of Pupils on roll January 2014
227
Total Amount of SPG Received
£8554
Key Priorities and Initiatives
Actions and Strategies
Impact and Sustainable Outcomes
Evidence
Dates
Cost
To ensure that children have access to high quality PE that inspires all children to succeed Employment of a specialist PE Teacher.
Provide a broad and balanced curriculum.
Collaboratively working with community partners such as Blackburn Rovers Football Club and Witton Park High School.
Children are physically literate through the teaching of fundamental movement skills.
Increased curriculum minutes.
Children are physically active for sustained periods of time.
The profile of PE  has improved across the school.
Opportunities for all children to succeed in PE.
Developed sustainable partnerships with groups within the local community.
Health messages have been delivered associated with PE.
Opportunities for children to use excellent facilities that have inspired them to develop further.
 Observation of children during PE lessons.
Pupil questionnaires.
Pupil conferencing.
Teacher Assessment.
High quality resources to support teaching and learning.
Usage of community facilities to support high quality PE.
Celebration assemblies using PE to promote children’s success and involvement.
Information displayed on the school website.
 September 2013
Ongoing
September 2014
September 2013
Ongoing
January 2015
 PE Teacher 0.2 = £9169
To ensure staff have access to quality CPD training in PE Specialist PE Teacher to model alongside class teacher.
PE courses to develop staff confidence and subject knowledge in PE.
Specialist PE teacher to deliver staff INSET to improve staff knowledge and confidence in PE.
Employing specialist coaches in gymnastics and dance to upskill staff at KS1.
Affiliation to the Youth Sports Trust.
Teachers who deliver PE have developed professionally and are  upskilled.
High quality teaching and learning of PE is evident across the key stages.
Teachers use assessment information to assist future planning and improve learning outcomes for the children.
Online support via the Youth Sport Trust and case studies  support high quality examples.  
PE subject coordinator and non-specialist staff have been trained by the Youth Sport Trust.
Staff feedback/questionnaires.
Audit of staff CPD.
Minutes of whole school meetings/sub group meetings.
Subject assessment.
Re-writing of schemes of work and lesson plans to match current NC guidelines.
Development of assessment without levels policy.
Subject coordinator to receive release time to support the development of whole school PE.

September 2013
Ongoing

January 2015

Ongoing
October 2014

September 2014

October 2014

Specialist Gymnastics Coaching = £540
Specialist Dance coaching = £540
Assessment Without Levels Training = £100
Youth Sport Trust Membership = £240
To provide all children opportunities to compete in a range of sporting competitions in and out of school  Ensure the school is registered via the Sainsbury’s School Games.
Provide inter and intra competitions and train young leaders to assist with the delivery of such activities.
Work collaboratively with the local secondary school to develop sporting competitions.
Become affiliated to the Blackburn Primary Schools Sport Association (BPSSA).
The children competed in competitions as part of the Sainsbury’s School Games
The children were provided with  opportunities to develop teamwork, self-confidence and fair play by representing the school in sporting events
Club registers.
School games website.
School Website.
 September 2013 ongoing Affiliation to BPSSA = £100
Engaging the least active children in PE and after school clubs  Working in partnership with Fenny Reccers to develop community based PE.
Providing a creative curriculum to target a specific group of children.
PE coordinator to receive change for life training and access to change for life resource bag.
Children are physically active for sustained periods of time.
Children are gaining the required subject knowledge to make informed lifestyle choices.
Links with community based groups such as Fenny Reccers are being established.
Pupil conferencing.
Pupil health questionnaire.
Numbers of children joining clubs.

 September 2014

January 2015

 
           
          Total PE Costings =£10689
Total PE Premium =£8554
Additional PE money = £2135

 

 

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