Planning and Evaluation Outline: PE and Sport Funding
2016-17 budget: £9,740
|Sport funding used for:||Amount allocated to the initiative (£):||New or continued activity:||Brief summary of the activity or resources, including details of year group and the pupils involved, and the timescale||Specific intended outcomes: how will this training or action improve achievement for pupils in sport? What will it achieve if successful?||How will this activity be monitored, when and by whom? How will success be evidenced?||Actual impact: what did the action or activity actually achieve? ‘As a result of this action…’
If activity is repeated, what would be changed to improve it?
|Professional Sports Coaches||£5,500||Continued||Specialist dance teacher employed for a day a week to enrich the curriculum.
Sessions are 40 minutes in length.
Foundation children are involved weekly.
All other classes have 3 half term blocks of roughly 6 weeks.
|Children develop self-confidence and co-ordination through a variety of different dance styles linked to the curriculum and topics.
Children have the opportunity to perform in front of an audience (building self-esteem) with dances during assemblies and masses.
Increases participation, involvement and physical activity on top of curriculum PE.
Developing healthy lifestyles and a focus on boys and dance.
|Before each half term. Teachers liaise with the dance teacher to explain their topics and expectation so that it is all curriculum linked.
Staff are present during sessions which act as CPD and empower staff to deliver sessions when the dance teacher is not working with their group.
Constant verbal dialogue with the dance teacher, staff and P.E. co-ordinator. Feedback at the end of each term between coach and P.E. co-ordinator.
Through CPD, teachers have the confidence to deliver sessions once the coach has left.
Success measured during performances
Children have the confidence to partake in extra-curricular clubs and within the wider community.
|All classes subject to half termly high quality provision dance
Healthy life styles were reinforced and increased participation in after school sport – On the Stage. .
Teachers developed their knowledge
As a result dance enriched class assemblies and Advent and Holy Week celebrations with the confidence in the children evident. .
|Dan the Skipping Man, Hoop Guy, Korfball, Zumba, Dance, Yoga, Tennis, Hockey, Rowing, Gymnastics, Multi-sports, cricket, basketball
Each Key Stage and FS has a health week in the Summer term, culminating with sports days. Up to 3 providers a day provide new and current skills to increase activity and participation,
|Increase children’s participation in a wide range of physical activity hopefully developing future links to being active
Increase self-esteem and confidence with different skills
Create links with different local sports clubs to provide pathways for children
|All staff present at all sessions. Immediate feedback from sessions. Engagement of the children and positive feedback from all coaches.
Indirectly presents staff with CPD on how to deliver different physical activity should it be required
Success monitored by children’s feedback of the week.
PE Co-ordinator to provide a report and action plan for future years.
|Whole school engagement of all children resulting in a superb fortnight of physical activity.
Increased participation in extra-curricular activity.
|School Sports Partnership||£700||Continued||Subscription towards the Rushcliffe School Sports Partnership: Allows increased participation to all sports within the School Games. Medals, certificates and CPD Predominantly Upper Juniors. Guidance and support – School Sport Premium and Active 30 minutes: ½ day in school support from SGO to discuss PE and School Sport provision, action planning etc. Young Leader Training and access to comprehensive CPD training:
|Provides children with a wide variety of organised sports encouraging participation and competition.
More children representing the school and taking part in different sports
Opportunities for staff to engage in CPD
Support on using and evaluating the school sports premium
|P.E. co-ordinator will log entries to School Games and Competitions. Termly and yearly.
Success dependent on participation levels (logged by PE co-ordinator)
|As a result of the partnership children competed monthly (often weekly) in events provided by SSP. Certificates received for all participants and medals for top 3 places.
All success displayed on sports notice boards and relayed via newsletters and social media.
|Baseline Measure||£450||NEW||Measurement assessing children’s baseline fitness from Premier Sports Sept, Feb and Jun.
Each class involved and scores and progress logged.
|Enable PE Co-ordinator /staff to target children and identify children with athletic ability to encourage participation and to target those who could benefit intervention.||P.E Co-ordinator to receive spreadsheet information from premier sport and create and action plan.
|PE Co-ordinator analysed data
If It was to be repeated date needed to be acted upon and responsibility delegated to more staff to provider create
|Including equipment for play leaders to run lunch time clubs empowering as play leaders.
Supporting curriculum PE
|Practicing with quality resources to ensure skills are developed.
Allowing increased participation and competition in different sports.
|P.E. Co-ordinator to log participation in tournaments as well as extra-curricular provision. Termly and yearly
Success dependent on participation levels
|Increased participation and healthy life styles developed and increased.
PE co-ordinator has a log of all children participating in after school clubs and matches. This information will used in attempt to be awarded the Sainsbury’s School Games Sports Mark: A Bronze Award was received in September 2017
- Girls Football: County Cup Runners-up
- Boys Rowing: Rushcliffe Silver and Bronze
- Girls Rowing: Rushcliffe Gold and Silver
- Girls Cricket: Rushcliffe Champions, 5th place in the County.
Purpose of funding
Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.
Possible uses for the funding might include:
- hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work with primary teachers when teaching PE
- supporting and engaging the least active children through new or additional Change4Life clubs
- paying for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport
- providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE and sport
- running sport competitions, or increasing pupils’ participation in the School Games
- buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE and sport
- providing places for pupils on after school sports clubs and holiday clubs
- pooling the additional funding with that of other local schools.