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St Peter's C of E Primary School

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Sports Funding

What is PE and Sport Premium?

The Government has pledged to provide funding of £150 million per annum between 2014 and 2020 to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools.  Schools must spend this designated additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but will have the freedom to choose how they do this. Ofsted will play a significant role in ensuring that schools target this funding in areas which will lead to clear outcomes in raising standards and opportunities. The aim of the funding is to ensure that all children leave primary school “physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.” Ofsted. As a Primary school we receive this funding and the expenditure is documented below.

Funding is calculated by reference to the number of primary-aged pupils at each school. Primary Schools receive a lump sum of £8,000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil (excluding Year R). This has resulted in funding of £9,783 in 2016-17.  Carry forward of £4,701.

         

Our aim for sports at St Peter’s School is that we raise achievement throughout the whole curriculum through quality inclusive experiences and opportunities.

 

St Peter’s Primary School will use the funding in the following ways:

School Action

 

Lead Person 

 

Costs

Target date

Measurable Outcomes/milestones

LA support and community links

 

Monitoring and Evaluation

Core Sports coaching company will provide 3 sessions a week to continue raise the standards of sport

 

£3,100

Funded by P.E. and sports premium

Ongoing

Introduce children to a wider range of sports: Multi Skills, Floorball and Netball  - increased participation

 

RAG Status

Continue to develop the use of the Daily Mile Track

ED

 

Ongoing

Improvements in children’s fitness, behaviour, concentration and learning.

Children improve stamina and able to complete a greater distance – measured half termly.

Surrey Active Sports

Championships.

Farnham and District Schools (13 schools)

Surrey Cross Country

RAG status:

Maintain a high standard of PE resources  (equipment and specialist instruction)

ED

JE

£500

July 2017

Adequate, appropriate and accessible equipment for all children to access curriculum demands. 

The lessons will:

Promote healthy exercise and healthy

living.

Promote team building and working

 as a member of a team.

Allow for personal development as

well and go some way to helping

the individual realise his or her

potential when it comes to carrying

out a particular task.

Encourage perseverance

Improve their interpersonal skills

Increase levels of motivation and pride in what they do

Increase stamina

Improve posture

Improve hand eye co-ordination

Guildford Basketball

Surrey Lacrosse Weydon School

RAG status:

Provide curriculum swimming lessons for Yr5/6 children who cannot swim 25m within Friday’s swim club

DW/SM

£300

Funded by P.E. and sports premium

July 2018

Individuals will be targeted to be able to swim at least 25 m

Swim club lessons

Farnham Sports Centre

RAG status:

Provide minimum of two places in every sports club for Pupil Premium children.

Business Manager/SM

£30 pp per term

(£90)

Funded by P.E. and sports premium

Every Term

Disadvantaged children will be participating more and enjoying involvement in sports.

Wrecclesham Tennis Club

Core Sport 

Judo

Dance

Football

Cross Country

 

Train Sports Leaders to promote healthy lifestyles to develop intra- school sports

DK

£200

Sept 2017

Children take part in active games during the lunch hour.

High participation and inclusive activities for all ages

Evidence of intra- school sporting activities.

Active Surrey

RAG Status:

Maintain the Sainsbury’s School Games Kite Mark Gold Award

ED

£400 cover

Funded by P.E. and sports premium

July 2018

Sports Mark maintained at GOLD LEVEL.

High profile in competitive events

Sainsbury’s School Games

Active Surrey

RAG Status:

PE coordinators to have an up to date knowledge of teaching and learning standards in PE

ED/JE

£1000

Funded by P.E. and sports premium

Ongoing

 

Sharing with staff through INSET.  Review of PE curriculum and planning.

Lesson observations and assessments.

Active Surrey

RAG Status:

To provide release time for sports leader weekly to maintain high standards of sport in the school

ED

£1,200

Funded by P.E. and sports premium

3 days cover

£600

Funded by P.E. and sports premium

I hour weekly

Events are well organised

High level of participation

High standards from children

 

RAG Status:

To maintain membership for Farnham and Ash spots confederation to enhance provision and opportunities

ED

£200

Funded by P.E. and sports premium
Ongoing

Children take part in events – high participation and standard of performance

Host events

 

RAG Status:
To create a new trim trail for the whole school to use to improve agility and balance  

£10,000 approx

Balance

Funded by P.E. and sports premium/PTFA

Easter

2017

Improved agility and balance and enjoyment of outdoor adventure.

Challenge for all ages.

  RAG Status:
Two members of staff to attend Sports Conference ED/JE £200 Autumn 2017 Improved knowledge and skills to be passed onto whole staff - improved standards in PE   RAG Status:
Total   £17,520        

 

 

Sports Funding Action Plan 2016 - 2017

School Action

costs Target date Measurable Outcomes/milestones

LA support and community links

Monitoring and Evaluation
Continue to develop the use of the Daily Mile Track as a whole school initiative £6,500 July 2017 Improvements in children’s fitness, behaviour, concentration and learning

Surrey Active Sports

GB Lacrosse

World Lacrosse Championships.

Farnham and District Schools (13 schools)

Surrey Cross Country

RAG status:

All year groups are consistently using the track. The school has had an outstanding performance in the District Cross Country – First overall team in October and May. First Boys’ team and Third Girls’ team – May and September. We had the biggest representation – 70 children from KS2 and all children improved their PB.  Five children invited to participate in Regional Cross County event in Reigate. As a result of this performance, the school has been invited to participate in the World Lacrosse Championships Opening Ceremony at Surrey Sports Park. – 25 countries will be represented! Our children will be dancing and acting as ambassadors.  We have also had free taster sessions in lacrosse for Y5 children as recognition. 
Maintain a high standard of PE resources  (equipment and specialist instruction) £500 July 2017 Adequate, appropriate and accessible equipment for all children to access curriculum demands

Guildford Basketball

Surrey Lacrosse

Weydon School

Edgebrough School

St Edward’s School

Quad Sports Surrey

RAG status:

All curriculum lessons are well resourced. We have bought new equipment such as floorball sticks and replenished balls and bats, including Fairtrade footballs. We have budgeted for additional work to be done to the running track – pathway access. 

Children in various year groups have had opportunities to participate in Quad Sports at district and regional levels.

They have had lacrosse and basketball taster sessions provided by coaches.

They have had the opportunity to participate in a dance festival at the local secondary school and also to learn Baroque style dancing at a local independent school. Wherever possible, children who are not in school teams are selected for wider opportunities.
Provide increased opportunities/festivals for Key Stage 1 children. £500 Summer term Increased participation for younger children and foundations laid for future sporting kills and knowledge Provide increased opportunities/festivals for Key Stage 1 children.

RAG status:

There have been several opportunities for KS1 to join in local festivals. In spite of promoting the events, take up has not always been high.
Provide curriculum swimming lessons for Yr5/6 children who cannot swim 25m

Swimming teacher

Pool Hire

Transport as needed
July 2017 Individuals will be targeted to be able to swim at least 25 m Frensham Heights (independent sector)

RAG status:

Funding has been used for swimming teachers and lifeguard. Children will receive 10 lessons.

Continue to raise the profile of swimming across the school to reduce the number of non-swimmers in Years 5 and 6

None July 2017 Reduced numbers of non-swimmers in Year 5 and 6

Swim squad lessons

Farnham Sports Centre

RAG status:

We have a plan in place to approach this initiative differently next year. We will be targeting children lower down the school and approaching it in different way.

Teacher (SLT) has completed swimming teacher course.

Provide minimum of two places in every sports club for Pupil Premium children.

£30 pp per term

(£90)
Every term Disadvantaged children will be participating more and enjoying involvement in sports.

Wrecclesham Tennis Club

Core Sport

Judo

Dance

Football

Cross Country

RAG status:

All PP children were approached to join clubs. Some have taken this up.

Pupil voice indicates that they have benefited from this.

Transport provided to enable children to join in.
Train Sports Leaders to promote healthy lifestyles   Dec 2016 Healthy body, healthy mind – improved engagement in lessons Active Surrey

RAG status:

Pupil voice indicates a positive impact on the playground. Some of these children are those who do not participate in competitive sports. This has given them recognition and leadership experience.

Maintain the Sainsbury’s School Games Kite Mark Gold Award Supply to cover application time, meetings July 2017 Kite Mark awarded

Sainsbury’s School Games

Active Surrey

RAG Status:

To be submitted July 2017

GOLD MARK ACHIEVED JULY 2017

PE coordinators to have an up to date knowledge of teaching and learning standards in PE

£1000 April 2017

Sharing with staff through INSET.  Review of PE curriculum and planning.

Lesson observations and assessments.
Active Surrey

RAG Status:

Teachers have increased their subject knowledge and have a good understanding of the role of PE in the curriculum. They are now in a position to assess the current planning.

Train children for new sports to the school.   May 2017 Teams to enter district tournaments. Wider participation – not necessarily those who complete in football/netball.

Farnham Floorball Club

Active Surrey Dodgeball

Surrey University

Two teams have participated in dodgeball. Our first team got through to the County Finals playing at Surrey Sports Park  - refereed by University students.

Two floorball teams have also had huge success  in local tournaments – in June 2017 coming both first and second.
Total   £8590 +