CURRENT FUNDING 2017-2018 :- £17770 plus additional underspend from 2016-2017 of £466
Total amount of funding £18236
Primary Sports Funding
The vision for the Primary PE and Sport Premium is the ALL pupils leaving primary school are physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy and active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
The funding has been provided to ensure impact against the following OBJECTIVE:
To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools against 5 key indicators. It is important to emphasise that the focus of the spending must lead to long lasting impact against the above vision that will live well beyond the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding when it ceases.
1A Evaluation Of Impact/Learning To Date
In previous years a self-review of PE, physical activity and school sport has been carried out.
A PE, physical activity and sport action plan alongside a plan for the Primary PE and Sport Premium spend has been completed.
PE, physical activity and sport are reflected in the school development plan.
PE and Sport Premium spend and priorities are included on the school website.
1B Swimming and Water Safety - self rescue focus
|Swimming and Water Safety||Please fill out all the below:|
|What % of your Yr6 pupils could swim competently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25m when they left primary school at the end of the last academic year?||
July 2017 - 83%
March 2018 - 88%
|What % of your YR6 pupils could use a range of strokes effectively when they left primary school at the end of the last academic year?||
July 2017 - 38%
March 2018 - 85% (2 strokes)
19% (3 strokes)
|What % of your Yr6 pupils could perform self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left primary school at the end of the last academic year?||
July 2017 - 69%
March 2018 - 77%
|Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide addtional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?||Yes|
2 Reflection: What We Have Achieved And Where Next? 2017-2018
|Key Priorities to date:||Key achievements/What worked well;||Key Learning/What will change next year:|
Increase participation of children attending after school/extra curricular clubs
Maintain/increase participation of children taking part in competitions
CPD for staff to provide good quality PE curriculum which allows all children to progress
Increase year on year - see participation figures
Maintain/increase year on year participation
CPD provided for staff
CPD for NQT
Maintaining data, but greater focus on least active
Maintaining data, with focus on enabling as many children as possible to participate in as wide a variety of competitions as possible throughout the school year.
All staff able to deliver units with confidence
3 Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
CPD opportunities offered
Improving teaching resources and equipment
Improve confidence in staff when teaching inclusive PE
Improve resources so they are fit for purpose
4 Broader experience of a range of sports activities offered to all pupils
Maintaining figures for Club Participation for 2017-2018
Maintaining extensive variety of clubs available
Asking children about clubs they might be interested in
Developing gymnastics club
To continue to offer a broad and varied range of sports
To look for opportunities to offer other clubs for disengaged pupils
5 Increased participation in competitive sport
Maintain/increase level of participation in existing competition
Maintaining data with a focus on enabling as many children as possible to participate in a variety of competitions as possible throughout the school year.
Continue to look for opportunities for the children to participate in the SSSSP competitions
Improve competitive opportunities figures for inter school competition for all children
Measuring the impact of PE Premium Spending
We have recently carried out questionnaires with staff and children.
The CPD has fully met the expectations of the staff and they feel that the delivery of the sessions was effective. The lesson plans that were provided were seen as very effective. The staff are now able to use the model provided to plan further units of work.
"The children have shown raised standards in hockey and this has made a huge impact!"
"I learnt many great tips for the future."
"I have much better understanding and confidence with how to plan and develop a sequence of dance."
"I understand how to incorporate challenge into my planning."
"The Reception children are becoming more aware of how to challenge themselves and improve their work."
"I am able to see how ideas could be implemented in the future."
All children enjoy their P.E lessons. Most of the children understand what's expected of them and are challenged in lessons.
"I have a chance to work as a team."
"We use mathematics to add up our scores in golf."
"My face always goes hot because I love it!"
"I enjoy working as a team."
"I think P.E is fab!"
"During lessons I feel hot and my heart beat does increase."
"We do lots of stories in dance."
"I feel I have been active in my P.E lessons."
"My favourite aspect of P.E is doing the challenge in the lesson."
"I get hot and thirsty in lessons."
We will continue to monitor the impact of the funding to ensure high quality P.E for all.