P.E. and Sport Premium Funding

PE and Sport Premium Development Plan 2015-2016

What is the PE and Sport Premium Funding?

From September 2013 the government are allocating funding directly to primary schools to support the provision of quality PE/Sport. Each school will receive £8,000 plus an extra £5 per pupil each year for the next two years. It’s important that we use this money wisely, so that we get best value and maximum impact for our children.

As a result of the additional funding we aim to:

  • Make sustainable improvements to the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision
  • Increase pupil’s participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of

We plan to do this by:

  • Hiring qualified sports coaches to work with pupils and teachers
  • Train newly qualified teachers and PE staff so they can carry out their role effectively
  • Provide staff with high quality resources to help teach PE and sport to the highest standards
  • Participate in sports competitions
  • Link with other schools to develop partnership work in PE

Impact of Sport Development plan 2015-2016

Amount of grant received: £8768

  • Newly qualified teacher’s subject knowledge has improved and teaching of PE in both Key Stages continues to develop.
  • A variety of after school clubs are offered each year to enhance previous provision on offer after school and offer competitive opportunities for children. New curriculum map in place. All children are able to participate in school sport and not held back by funding implications.
  • Staff has growing confidence to utilise new skills.
  • Children experience new sports and have a go. Pupils benefit from specialist coaches and have widened their experience of sport and are motivated to try new ones.
  • Exit routes established into local clubs for pupils who’d like to take activities further and for the more able in to a more structured competitive environment. Children are enabled to benefit by competing locally and nationally if needed, travel to other venues if required to experience a new sport/competition arranged by cluster.
  • High quality swimming sessions provided for all children in KS2.
  • Sports equipment replaced in order to enable the development of high quality teaching and learning in PE.

 Amount of grant received 2016/2017: £8385

Purchase: Description: Pupils supported:

 

Cost implication: Impact/sustainability: Evidence:
Training

 

         
 

Norfolk PE conference

 

Improve teacher’s knowledge and share best practise (TV)

 

Whole school

 

£160

 

£300 supply

Improve teacher’s subject knowledge and share best practise, so that improvements become sustainable.

Using the trained staff to up-skill other teachers and TAs.

 

 

PE action plan.

 

Course attended and information shared with staff.

 

CPD- Slanted Dance workshops and CPD session with teaching resources

Workshops provided for children to access high quality dance sessions. Staff invited to observe and take notes. CPD sessions then implemented to support teaching of dance across school.  

Whole school.

 

£1200

 

Teachers are more confident and competent in teaching dance.

 

Enhanced quality of teaching and learning of dance in school.

 

Teachers also improve their assessment methods.

 

 

PE action plan.

 

Curriculum map.

 

CPD training sessions- gymnastics, tag rugby, quicksticks, netball etc.

 

Training sessions provided for teaching staff to develop confidence in teaching new sports and games.

 

Whole school.

 

4 x £185

 

4 x £300 supply

 

Teachers are more confident and competent in teaching a range of sports and games. Teaching staff more confident using specific equipment to enhance teaching of sports and games. Enhanced quality of teaching and learning of a variety of sports and games ins school.

 

 

Attended a variety of courses.

 

PE action plan.

 

Extended school sports

 

         
 

Introduce new after-school clubs (archery)

 

Fun and exciting after-school clubs introduced.

 

Mini archery experience taster day.

 

Whole school

 

£250

 

A club being offered each year to enhance previous provision on offer after school and offer competitive opportunities for children.

 

Improving breadth and opportunity for children in school. Outcomes led by the school’s curriculum map and focus for our pupils.

 

 

School’s after-school club registers.

 

PE action plan.

 

After school club provision

 

Provide places for after school sports clubs provision for some families (pupil premium children or families in need of support). Purchase of spare shin pads/socks to ensure forgotten kit does not hinder club attendance and any equipment needed.

 

 

As needed

 

£800

 

Ensure all children are able to participate in school sport and not held back by funding implications.

 

School’s after-school club registers.

 

PE action plan.

 

Other sport experiences

 

         
 

OAA visit

 

1 day trip to Holt Hall to undertake OAA

 

Yr 3/4

 

£250 for the transport.

 

To give staff confidence to utilise new skills.

 

To give the children the opportunity to experience orienteering in a safe, wooded environment.

 

 

Curriculum plan.

 

Long-term and medium-term plans. Photos of OAA visit and outcomes achieved.

 

Additional sport activities in school curriculum time:

sport events, Olympics, multicultural sessions (inc. dance).

 

 

To improve the breadth and quality of PE in school and expose children to more opportunity to get involved in sport

 

Whole school

 

£955

 

Children experience new sports and have a go.

 

Pupils benefit from specialist coaches and widen their experience of sport/motivated to try new ones.

 

 

PE action plan.

 

Photos of sporting events.

 

Beach safety awareness- Mundesley Life Guards

 

 

Bespoke workshops discussing how to stay safe at the beach and around open water.

 

 

 

 

 

KS1

 

£200

 

Children learn how to stay safe around open water.

 

PE action plan.

 

Photos of workshop.

 

Travel to competitive events/external sports facility

 

As needed to facilitate excellence in sport

 

Whole school

 

£500

 

To enable children to benefit by competing locally and nationally if needed, travel to other venues if required to experience a new sport/competition arranged by cluster.

To promote enjoyment and participation in competitive sports and games activities. To give a variety of children to compete at their level.

To develop children’s understanding that PE can aid learning across the curriculum. To develop team work, communication, leadership, and success and/or ability to deal with not winning.

 

PE action plan.

 

Photos of competitive sports opportunities.

 

Additional funding to support swimming/and its bus as new charges for swimming are unconfirmed

 

o give every child in school the chance to learn to swim when they reach KS2

 

KS2

 

£500

 

To provide high quality swimming sessions for all children in KS2.

 

To develop a sustainable PE framework to support staff long term.

 

Curriculum plan.

 

Long-term and medium-term plans.

 

Sports equipment- small outdoor playtime equipment.

 

New equipment purchases to encourage and develop children’s fitness during playtimes.

 

 

Whole school

 

£500

 

Give the children the opportunity to play sports and games at playtimes.

Develop children’s enjoyment of sport.

To purchase new sports equipment in order to enable the development of children’s fitness across the school.

Further audit of resources each year. Discussion with staff (teachers, TAs and MSAs) about equipment.

 

PE action plan.

 

Photos of chd accessing and enjoying new playtime equipment.

 

Permanent outdoor sports and games equipment- large table tennis table

 

To purchase new large, permanent outdoor equipment for chd to access at playtimes.

 

Whole school

 

£800

 

Table tennis table permanent fixture to be used and enjoyed for all children at playtimes.

 

Develop children’s enjoyment of sport.

 

Further audit of resources each year.

 

Discussion with staff (teachers, TAs and MSAs) about equipment.

 

 

PE action plan.

 

Photos of chd accessing and enjoying new playtime equipment.

 

Agreed:

 

Head teacher: Julia Pestell                                               Date: 15-4-16

 

Governor:                                                                                 Date: