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The PE and Sports Premium for Primary Schools

Academic Year 2016-2017

The government continues to provide an annual PE and Sports Premium for all schools. This grant is intended to be used to improve PE and Sports in Primary Schools, through such ways as: employing qualified sports coaches, encouraging less active children to participate in extra-curricular sports clubs and providing new PE resources and training.

Amount of PE and Sports Premium Funding that St. James Infant School will receive from the Government for this Academic Year (2016-2017):

£8,590.00

(November 2016: £5,010.00

May 2017: £3,580.00)

                                                               



During the last academic year (2015-2016), we continued to use our grant to ensure the greatest impact upon our children’s PE participation and attainment. We received £8,590 of PE Premium funding for 2015-2016, and we spent this funding in the following ways:

Summary of Spending of PE and Sports Premium

Academic Year 2015-2016

Details of Expenditure

Impact on Participation and Attainment in PE

How we will ensure that this improvement is sustainable

Curriculum

1. Teaching staff attended relevant courses throughout the year.

2. Two PE Apprentices were employed for 30 hours per week to support the teaching and learning of PE in YR, Y1 and Y2. They also ran intervention groups for a selection of pupils from YR, Y1 and Y2 each week, to support or challenge pupils identified by teachers.

More confident and competent staff.

Enhanced quality of teaching and learning.

Improved standards.

Positive attitudes to health and well-being.

Increased differentiation in PE lessons.

Improved behaviour and attendance.

Positive impact on whole school improvement.

Ensure all new staff receive training in Real PE.

 

Regularly share good practice within the staff team.

 

Actively seek any updates to the planning and resources we currently have.

 

Re-employ PE apprentices for the next academic year or seek a suitable coach to work alongside teaching staff to support delivery of PE lessons and intervention groups.

Extra- Curricular

Improved the quality of our extra-curricular provision, including:

1. Offered a funded after school club for pupils and their adults to attend ‘Family Funs’.

2. Offered funded after school clubs and clubs within the school day (eg: Summer Sports club).

3. Offered a funded after school football club run by a specialist coach.

 

Increased pupil participation.

Enhanced, extended, inclusive extra-curricular provision.

Positive attitudes to health and well-being.

Improved standards.

Enhanced communication with parents/ carers.

 

Continue to run these extra-curricular clubs in the next academic year.

 

Aim to increase our extra-curricular PE provision for children in all year groups.

Participation and Success in Competitive School Sports

1. Took part in Y1 and Y2 competitions against other schools within Northamptonshire, including: Archery, Multi-Skills, Gymnastics and Football.

2. PE Apprentices ran weekly Y1 and Y2 lunchtime clubs to increase level of intra-school competition.

3. Purchased two cups to award weekly to class winners of the Y1/ Y2 intra-school competitions and badges to present weekly to children showing good sportsmanship in these competitions.

4. Provided Sports Sessions each term for Y1 and Y2 classes as rewards for winning intra-school competitions. These included: Martial Arts sessions, ‘Explorer’ and ‘Detective’ themed sports sessions.

Extended provision.

Increased pupil participation.

Engaged or re-engaged disaffected pupils.

Positive links developed with our community and other local schools.

Continue to engage in cluster competitions next year.

 

Continue lunchtime clubs next year.

 

Continue to raise the profile of the Sportsmanship badges and Weekly Winners cups.

 

Repeat the Sports Sessions rewards each term for Year 1 and Year 2, to ensure that all children remain engaged in the weekly competitions.

 

 

 

 

The Range of Provisional and Sporting Activities

Continued to make full use of our multi-purpose all-weather pitch, both in and out of lessons throughout the school day, before and after school, to provide space for children to participate safely in a wide range of activities, including archery, dodgeball, netball and football.

Extended alternative provision.

Engaged or re-engaged disaffected pupils.

Increased pupil participation.

Enhance quality of delivery of activities.

Improved standards.

Positive attitudes to health and well-being.

Positive impact on whole school improvement.

Ensure that good use is being made of our facilities throughout the school day.

 

Encourage teachers to engage children in a range of sports by regularly reminding them of the resources we have available to us and using professional coaches when appropriate.

Links with Other Subjects that Contribute to Pupils’ Overall Achievement and their Greater Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Skills (SMSC)

Continued to deliver Real PE lessons to all pupils across the school for at least two hours per week. Lessons included teaching and learning points relating directly to SMSC as well as Physical Education.

Whole school targets met more effectively.

Academic achievement enhanced.

Positive behaviour and a sense of fair play enhanced.

Good citizenship promoted.

Staff across the school can start to make the links across subjects and themes, including PE.

Continue to support teaching staff to deliver weekly Real PE lessons and emphasis each aspect of the ‘learning cogs’ with their children.

 

Ensure any new staff are trained in Real PE.

 

Support teachers to begin to incorporate Real Gym lessons within their PE sessions.

Resources

1. Purchased new equipment to support and enhance PE lessons and extra-curricular clubs, following a thorough audit of existing resources.

2. Contributed to the remodelling of our playground.

Enhance quality of delivery of activities.

Academic achievement enhanced.

Extended alternative provision.

Engaged or re-engaged disaffected pupils.

Increased pupil participation.

Improved standards.

Positive attitudes towards health and well-being.

Ensure all teaching staff are aware of all of the PE resources we have and share ideas of how to use them effectively.

 

Regularly audit our PE equipment and purchase new equipment as necessary, to ensure the delivery and enjoyment of PE is at its peak.

 































































For the academic year 2016-2017, we intend to use our PE Premium to continue to target under performance effectively and to ensure that our children continue to develop and enjoy healthy and active lifestyles. We have identified an area for development as continuing to improve our provision of opportunities for all of our children to engage in competition. We will continue to focus on developing our intra-school competition, as well as continuing to increase the amount of inter-school competitions we access.

Please see the grid below for examples of how we intend to allocate the funding this year. We anticipate that there may well be other projects that arise throughout the year.

 

Projected Spending of PE and Sports Premium

Academic Year 2016-2017

Area of Focus

Action Plan

Details of Expenditure

 

Approximate

Cost

Impact on Participation and Attainment

How we will ensure that this improvement is sustainable

Curriculum

1. Employ two PE Apprentices for 30 hours each per week to support the teaching and learning of PE in YR, Y1 and Y2. They will also run intervention groups for a selection of pupils from YR, Y1 and Y2 each week, to support or challenge pupils identified by teachers.

 

2. Provide training for four new staff members in Real PE.

 

3. Encourage teaching staff to attend any relevant courses throughout the year.

£3000

(shared among other school budgets)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£1000

 

 

 

As required

More confident and competent staff.

Enhanced quality of teaching and learning.

Improved standards.

Positive attitudes to health and well-being.

Increased differentiation in PE lessons.

Improved behaviour and attendance.

Positive impact on whole school improvement.

Ensure all staff receive any up to date training in Real PE and/ or Real Gym.

 

Continue to regularly share good practice within the staff team.

 

Continue to actively seek any updates to the planning and resources we currently have.

 

Seek to employ PE apprentices for the next academic year to work alongside teaching staff to support delivery of PE lessons and intervention groups.

Extra- Curricular

Continue to improve the quality of our extra-curricular provision, including:

 

1. Offer a funded after school club for pupils and their adults to attend Family FUNS.

2. Provide training for two staff members in order for them to deliver the Family FUNS club confidently and successfully.

3. Offer funded after school clubs and clubs within the school day (eg: Archery Club, Cricket Club, Hockey Club).

3. Offer a funded after school Football Club run by a specialist coach.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TBC

 

 

£450

 

 

Part of Apprentices’ salaries

 

 

£800

Increased pupil participation.

Enhanced, extended, inclusive extra-curricular provision.

Positive attitudes to health and well-being.

Improved standards.

Enhanced communication with parents/ carers.

 

Run these extra-curricular clubs throughout the year.

 

Review clubs at termly intervals to ensure that a good provision is available across all year groups and that a range of children are participating.

Participation and Success in Competitive School Sports

1. Take part in Y1 and Y2 competitions against other schools within Northamptonshire, including: Archery, Multi-Skills, Gymnastics and Football. Most of these events are FOC, but provide transport where needed. This will begin with transport for all Year 2 children to the Festival of Tennis to take part in tennis events and see the Davis Cup in real life.

2. PE Apprentices will continue to run weekly Y1 and Y2 lunchtime clubs to increase the level of intra-school competition.

3. Purchase a Team Kit for children to wear when they are representing the school at PE competitions.

4. Provide celebratory Sports Sessions each term for Y1 and Y2 classes as rewards for winning intra-school competitions.

As required

(Transport to The Festival of Tennis- £260)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part of Apprentices’ salaries

 

 

£300

 

 

 

£600

Extended provision.

Increased pupil participation.

Engaged or re-engaged disaffected pupils.

Positive links developed with our community and other local schools.

Teamwork and Sportsmanship is promoted.

Children develop a real sense of belonging to their school team.

 

Continue to engage in cluster competitions throughout the year and take full advantage of any sporting experiences that are offered through Northamptonshire School Sport.

 

Continue lunchtime clubs throughout the year.

 

Continue to raise the profile of the Sportsmanship badges and Weekly Winners cups.

 

Repeat the Sports Sessions rewards each term for Year 1 and Year 2, to ensure that all children remain engaged in the weekly competitions.

 

 

 

 

The Range of Provisional and Sporting Activities

1. Include a range of sports within the Lunchtime Weekly Competitions, including: football, tag rugby, multi-sports, hockey, etc.

2. Offer a range of sports that may be new to the children to celebrate the Weekly winners termly award, including martial arts experiences, etc.

3. Continue to make full use of our multi-purpose all-weather pitch, both in and out of lessons throughout the school day, before and after school, to provide space for children to participate safely in a wide range of activities, including archery, dodgeball, netball and football.

Part of Apprentices’ salaries

 

 

 

Included above

Extended alternative provision.

Engaged or re-engaged disaffected pupils.

Increased pupil participation.

Enhance quality of delivery of activities.

Improved standards.

Positive attitudes to health and well-being.

Positive impact on whole school improvement.

Children are encouraged to ‘have a go’ and try new sports/ skills.

Continue to ensure that good use is being made of our facilities across all year groups and throughout the school day.

 

Continue to encourage teachers to engage children in a range of sports by regularly reminding them of the resources we have available to us and using professional coaches when appropriate.

Links with Other Subjects that Contribute to Pupils’ Overall Achievement and their Greater Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Skills (SMSC)

1. Continue to deliver Real PE to all pupils for at least 2 hours per week, including training and updating resources as needed (whole scheme of work and interactive resources were updated last year).  Lessons include teaching and learning points relating directly to SMSC as well as Physical Education.

2. Begin to deliver Real Gym across all year groups and provide any follow up training or resources required.

3. Replenish stock for Sportsmanship awards (badges and cup).

4. Provide fresh fruit for weekly Change for Life clubs.

 

 

As required

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As required

 

 

 

£50

 

£3 per week

Positive attitudes towards health and wellbeing.

Whole school targets met more effectively.

Academic achievement enhanced.

Positive behaviour and a sense of fair play enhanced.

Good citizenship promoted.

Staff across the school can start to make the links across subjects and themes, including PE.

 

Continue to support teaching staff to deliver weekly Real PE  lessons. Emphasise each aspect of the ‘learning cogs’ with the children.

 

Support teachers as they begin to incorporate Real Gym lessons within their PE sessions.

Resources

As needed

As required

A wider range of resources support more creative, engaging and challenging PE lessons and clubs.

Resources are fit for purpose and in good supply to ensure all children can participate in each activity at the same time.

Children lead more active lifestyles.

Positive attitudes towards health and well-being.

Continue to monitor resources throughout the school year. Purchase new equipment as needed to support Participation and Attainment in PE.

 

Apprentice timetables include dedicated time each week to ensure all equipment is in a good working order and to identify any resources that may need to be replaced.