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PE and Sports Premium funding 2017-2018

At Caldecott, we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of our children. We believe that a varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all of our children. Our key priorities for sports at Caldecott are:-

 

Key priorities:

Key achievements to date/What worked well:                            

Key Learning/What will change:                       

Develop PE links with outside clubs and coaches to increase participation of sport and to introduce new sports

  •  Coaches
  • Data: Monitoring the data as we go and highlighting any children who are not participating in sport – to ensure they attend at least one club and one competition throughout the school year.
  • Each teacher highlighted target children to ensure they were attending after school sports clubs and competitions – this led to PE Lead being able to target these children and to invite them to after school clubs designed for them and their needs.
  • Encouraging children to take flyers / leaflets from coaches if they enjoyed / were talented in the sessions. This has led to children taking the sport up outside of school.
  • Introduction of new sports to our after school clubs (Quidditch, Cricket, Street Sports which included; roller hockey, skateboarding and climbing).
  • Having outside clubs come and do trial and taster sessions to encourage children to participate after school. Karate club – came in to do a trial and taster session with year ¾ . We had 6 children then take up the sport at the club.

 

Get coaches in for:

Boxing

Yoga

Hula Fit

Karate

 

Link to more clubs to encourage taster sessions

Develop leadership roles for children in KS2

 

  • Sports leaders (year 5 and 6) – children to run lunch time activities for each year group – encourage sporting activity and model key skills. This has led to more active lunch times – children participating in a range of physical activities and games.

  • Sports house leaders – Year 6 Boy and Girl from each sporting house – help to run events and encourage their team. They also discuss tactics and match play with their teams.

  • Children in KS2 – encouraged to run parts of PE sessions each week – this could be a warm up / cool down etc…

  • Leaders were given more opportunities to take control of games and competitions through intra house events. Captain of football teams and captains at sporting competitions such as hockey etc…                    

Upper KS2 to trial new system for PE lessons

Sport education teams – children to have a specific role for a PE unit:

Coach 1 – Fitness

Coach 2 – Skills

Captain

Equipment Manager

Rules coach / manager

Secretary (keeping scores etc…)

 

This will hopefully encourage and develop their leadership skills in a wide range of roles. If works well, we will filter down into the rest of KS2 – perhaps have Yr6 to train the other years up.

 

Increase confidence of all staff members for teaching PE

 

  • Using coaches – Teachers working alongside the coach to help teach the after school club. It helped some teachers to organise lessons and to know how to progress certain groups of children on – used in own lessons.
  • Questionnaires used to collect data and information about confidence and subject knowledge. Completed at the beginning of the year and compared again at the end of the year. This helped us know what the children / staff needs were for the following year.

 

Teachers assigned to training sessions – part of our vale CPD package. This year we have signed up to the additional Vale CPD support package.

 

This includes in house training for sports of our choice. Teachers will attend the sessions observe, take part and then be able to ask questions.

Developing gifted and talented pupils
  • Differentiation in lessons to ensure all children are being pushed throughout each stage of the lesson.
Gifted and talented children identified in clubs / lessons – Teacher led club the following term to perfect skills for MA children and push children further. Encourage these children to compete in match play situations against each other and improve on skills already learnt.

Maintain the Gold School Games Mark

  • Attend as many competitions as possible throughout the school year.
  • Encourage children who wouldn’t normally participate to join in.
  • Raise the profile of the School Games within and out of school by the use of noticeboards, newsletters and websites to update parents and the local residents.
  • Range of clubs offered to KS2 to encourage participation.
  • SEN competitions offered to children in the school – sport for all – boccia etc…
  • Termly intra house competitions in sport houses.

Monitor data each week – clubs, competitions and house competitions.

 

See above for leadership and G&T ideas to maintain award.

 

 

The PE and sport premium is part of a government initiative designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils so that they develop healthy lifestyles. Every primary school in the country has been provided with funding to support additional sports provision.

 

The sport premium funding has allowed Caldecott to introduce new sports and activities into the curriculum. This enables more children to access different areas of the curriculum at all levels. We are now extremely lucky to have several sports coaches working at the school taking after school sports clubs in a range of sports. We are excited to introduce boxing, karate and hulacise into our after school curriculum this year. The specialist coaches also provide training to our teachers which will provide sustainability to our school in the long run.

 

For the academic years 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016/17 allocations were calculated on the number of pupils in Years 1 to 6 and those pupils aged 5 in Reception as recorded on the January census. Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils received £8,000 plus £5 per eligible pupil.

 

For 2017-2018, our school will receive 16,000 + £10 for every child aged 5 and above – this amounts to £18,860 in PE and sport premium funding, and we propose to spend the fund as follows:-

 

Academic Year:

2017/2018

Total fund allocated:

£18,860

A

B C D E F G H

PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator

School Focus/ planned Impact on pupils

Actions to Achieve

Planned Funding

Actual Spend

Evidence

Actual Impact (following Review) on pupils

Sustainability/

Next Steps

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

Increase the participation in sport both in and out of school.

 

Increase skills and confidence in PE for all children.

 

Safer cycling

Introduce – new games and activities for lunch time – sports leaders.

 

Appoint a TA to specialise in PE – help manage PE lessons, organise competitions etc…

 

Regular boys and girls lunchtime football clubs – led by children.

 

Deliver the opportunity for good cycling skills through cycling proficiency.

 £12,500

 

 Sports Coaches - Copies of invoices

 

TA time sheets

 

Time sheets for cycling proficiency, data on numbers attending, attaining grades etc.

 

 

The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Parents and carers increased knowledge of what the school are doing in terms of sport in the school.

 

Improve children’s confidence and enjoyment – help to improve attendance for PP children.

 

 Regular sports newsletters including information about children who participate in outside sports clubs and competitions.

 

Information added to school website.

 

Introduction of PE assessment into the school. Caldecott to buy and use an assessment tool to track PE skills.

 £1000

 

Sports newsletters

 

School Website

 

Assessment trackers completed by teachers.

 

 

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Staff skills improve – Benefit children’s learning – encourage a higher ability.

Staff to shadow club coaches.

 

Staff to attend training.

£700

 

Training costs

 

 

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

To increase participation.

 

To improve skills in all areas of physical education.

Introduce new sports to KS1 and KS2 through the use of specialist sports coaches:

 

Boxing

Karate

Hulacise

Yoga

 

£2500

 

Invoices for new sports

 

Training costs for teachers

 

 

Increased participation in competitive sport

Aim to maintain a GOLD mark in the Sainsbury’s School Games

Ensure over 80% of all KS2 children are participating in after school / lunchtime sports clubs or competitions.

£2160

 

Sports newsletters

 

GOLD mark

 

Transport invoices

 

 

 

 

 

Sports Premium Funding 2016/2017 Report

Sports Premium Funding 2015/16 Report

Sports Premium Funding 2014/15 Report

PE Programme of Study


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