Whitley And Eggborough Community Primary School

Sport Premium

Sport and PE play a very important role at Whitley and Eggborough CP School.  We are committed to providing all children with the opportunity to participate and succeed in a wide range of sporting activities, in order to develop self-confidence, a competitive spirit and promote a healthy and active lifestyle.  Our pupils develop important key values such as teamwork, fair play and respect for themselves and each other.  At least two sessions each week are dedicated to physical activity.  There has been significant evidence to show the positive effects of sport and exercise on children’s physical health, growth and development. 

In April 2013, the Government announced new funding called Sport Premium (SP) for physical education (PE) and sport, to improve the quality of provision in schools. 

Sport Premium expenditure is monitored closely in term of levels of participation and its impact.

Possible uses of the funding include:

  • Paying for professional development opportunities in PE/sport
  • Providing cover to release teachers for professional development training in PE/sport
  • Running sport competitions, or increasing participation of school games
  • Providing transport for pupils taking part in competitions

Children are also encouraged to take part in games and activities during play times and at lunch times where equipment is also available.  Additional healthy lifestyle activities are also provided in school, such as Bike Ability training and swimming lessons during KS2.

2017/18

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2017/18 Action Plan

 

Actions

Success Criteria

Who

When

Resources

Milestone

Evaluation

To engage all pupils in regular physical activity - Finding ways to ensure children have an additional 30 minutes of exercise in school through active travel, playgrounds and teaching

Discuss way of giving children more activity within the school day.

Ensure classes are providing this time.

Recording participation on the activity planner.

 

Mrs Lee-Stokes

All staff

Ongoing

Online resources.

Activity planner.

Extending the trim tail.

Daily mile resources.

 

All classes providing an additional 30 minutes of activity throughout the day.

 

Eco committee to look at ways of incorporating healthy living into the week.

Map out a mile on the school field.

Find ways for all children to complete a mile each week.

Find way of recording the miles completed.

 

Eco committee

Mrs Lee-Stokes

Ongoing

Daily mile mapped out

All classes participating in the daily mile by the end of the year.

 

To encourage pupils to take on leadership role that support physical activity within the school

Give year 6 the opportunity to be a sports leader.

Discuss ideas for physical activity within the school.

 

Mrs Lee-Stokes

Mr Cicero

Ongoing

Resources to track physical activity across the school.

Effective sports leaders.

 

Increase the participation in competitive sport -

Ensure coaching is provided for these events.

Share the events calendar with children.

Ensure that all events are attended.

Plan PE lessons to support the upcoming competitions.

 

Mrs Lee-Stokes

Ongoing

Sports coach to provide coaching when available.

All sports competitions are fully attended throughout the year.

 

Ensure a broader range of sports and activities are offered to pupils.

 

Provide more opportunities for children to participate in sports clubs.

Find external coaches to provide different afterschool clubs.

All Staff

Ongoing

Sports coach to offer variety of after school clubs.

Resources for different clubs.

Apply for the school sports bronze or silver award in the summer.

 

Ensure all staff have increased confidence, knowledge and skill in teaching PE.

Effective support provided by sports coaches.

Training opportunities.

All Staff

Ongoing

Sports coach to work in a range of year groups.

Online resources to support planning.

Staff feel confident in being able to teach PE effectively.

 

 

Identification of less active children in year 4 to join Chang 4 Life club

Children who are not active are identified and work with Miss Rice on a lunchtime.

Log books show the children are becoming more active and are more knowledgeable about keeping healthy.

Miss Rice

Mrs Lee-Stokes

Spring 1

Log books/ wrist bands.

Kit.

MSA to be available at lunchtime.

All children identified are more aware of how to stay healthy.

70% of inactive children identified become more active.

70% of the children taking part take up another sport as a result of the club.

 

 

2016/17 Action Plan

Actions

Success Criteria

Who

When

Resources

Milestone

Evaluation

Train a teacher to Level 5 in PE in order to develop other teacher’s subject knowledge.

Mrs Lee-Stokes to be trained to Level 5 by the end of the year.

Opportunities for Mrs Lee-Stokes to work with/ support other teachers throughout school.

Mrs Lee-Stokes Miss Ratliffe

 

Ongoing

Release time for Mrs Lee-Stokes to attend course/ work with other teachers.

Teachers are more confident at teaching PE.

Mrs Lee-Stokes can offer support across a range of PE lessons.

 

 

Level 5 achieved - information to be made available for all staff.

Ongoing through 2017 - 18 to achieve level 6 by implementing strategies to support teachers.

 

Ensure all teaching of PE is graded as good or better.

Effective support provided by sports coaches.

All staff

Ongoing

Sports coach to work in a range of year groups.

Release time for leader to observe PE.

All lessons are rated as good or better in lesson observations.

 

Sports coaches have offered a variety of lessons for teachers replicate and take inspiration from.

Observation to be carried out 2017 - 18.

Identification of less active children in year 4 to join Chang 4 Life club

Children who are not active are identified and work with Miss Rice on a lunchtime.

Log books show the children are becoming more active and are more knowledgeable about keeping healthy.

Miss Rice

Miss Ratliffe

Spring 1

Log books/ wrist bands.

Kit.

MSA to be available at lunchtime.

All children identified are more aware of how to stay healthy.

70% of inactive children identified become more active.

70% of the children taking part take up another sport as a result of the club.

Weekly participation of targeted children with Miss Rice showing an increase in activity.

Increase range and participation in after school sporting activities, particularly for girls as participation figures are lower compared to boys.

More opportunities for KS1 children to participate in sports clubs.

More children attending after school sports clubs in 2015-2016 compared to 2014-2015.

All staff

Ongoing

Sports coach to offer variety of after school clubs.

Resources for different clubs e.g. table tennis club.

More girls attending sporting clubs.

More sports clubs ran targeting girls e.g. gymnastics and dance. Sports clubs made available each half term with higher participation.

 

2015/16

Year 2015/16 we were allocated £8958.00 + (£262.05 c/f 2014 – 15)

Area of Spending

Money Spent

Effective uses of the funding

Impact and sustainable outcomes

Transport to sports competitions

£1020.70

Providing travel to and from sporting competitions inc: Quadkids, swimming, athletics, cricket, multi-sports, netball

This has given children from most age groups the chance to take part in sport competition outside of school, encouraging team spirit and pride whilst also developing communication skills and how to deal with competition and how to cope with both winning and losing.  Maintain links with other schools in the area

Sports Equipment

£2786.14

To develop the skills of the learners and help deliver high quality teaching.

Purchase specialist equipment and teaching resources to develop a fully inclusive curriculum

This has meant that we have more equipment available so children are able to work in smaller groups minimising time spent waiting for equipment and also offering a wider range of activities.  We now have a wider range of athletics equipment which allows staff to deliver higher quality coaching across a wider range of sports

Dance package membership

£510

Purchase of I moves dance programme

Children of all ages have access to specifically designed dance routines and dance genres.  Children can gain confidence in dance skills by following the easy step by step videos

Dance Training

£10

Professional development of teacher for dance in P.E.

To develop staff confidence and competence in dance.  Good practice is shared and feedback.  All pupils are confident to try dance

Total Spend

£4326.84

 

 

C/F 2016 -17

£4893.21