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The PE and Sport Premium funding provides ring-fenced money to primary school headteachers to improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.

Yerbury Sports Premium Spend and Evaluation 2017/18

Please see below for information on our Sports Premium Spend and Evaluation.

 

Key achievements to date: Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:

·         Increased enjoyment of PE lessons and higher quality provision through resource investment

·         Embedding of AFL techniques in all PE Lessons

·         Links with cluster PE project schools established and maintained

·         Enhancement of inclusive and competitive opportunities across the school

·         Targeted intervention for least active pupils

·         Further development of activities and interventions for less active pupils. (Pupils data)

·         Increased CPD opportunities for teachers (ongoing need for this subject area)

·         Development of holistic learning tasks in PE (supporting validity and manageability in assessment and pupil engagement in PE)

 

 

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety  
What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year? 95%
Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way? We decided to target the children at the end of year 3 who had not met the 25m target and send them with next year’s Year 3 class (in September 2018) for another week’s intensive lessons. Also we provided catch ups sessions for those children in Year 6 who currently can’t swim 25m.
 

 

Academic Year: 2017/18 Total fund allocated: £ Date Updated:  
Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school Percentage of total allocation:
%
School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils: Actions to achieve: Funding allocated: Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:
Encourage/enable participation in extracurricular sports activities for pupils not already accessing such opportunities.

Target Pupil Premium pupils and develop enrichment opportunities through sport to bridge the gap between experiences for disadvantaged pupils and non-disadvantaged pupils: Outdoor and Adventurous activities

Continue to audit participation of all children in sporting activities and target individuals/groups

£2000

Registers, audit results,

Orienteering day at Highbury Fields for nonparticipating children

 

Ensure that all data is maintained and reviewed and that activities are appropriate for the pupils targeted. Pupil voice regarding the activities on offer to ensure engagement
Range of high quality resources for use in PE lessons/clubs throughout EYFS,KS1 and KS2. Better pupil attainment and progress

Audit staff on PE equipment needs

Children assessed by new objectives based on National Curriculum guidance

£2500

Wish list for equipment needs.

Children enjoying lessons and using different equipment. Evidence in quotes from children

Review equipment needs at beginning of academic year after teachers know what their curriculum requires.

Daily Mile introduced in Autumn Term. All children in school participated in 15 minutes jogging/running leading.

Final Mile charity event to include whole school. All pupils improve own running ability and basic cardio vascular endurance

Time for planning organization of Final Mile event, medals for each child, sponsor sheet booklets for each child £600

Photos of Daily Mile in playground

Video of ‘Final Mile’ event

Comments from parents about impact on their children.

Reintroduce Daily Mile for before school with help of parents to lessen impact on children’s learning time.

 

Swimming format changed to one week intensive instead of over whole year. Follow up lessons for children who haven’t made 25m. All pupils leaving year 6 to have met the minimum swimming standards set out in the PE national curriculum

More intensive exercise in a session

 

See below Positive feedback from class teachers  
Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement Percentage of total allocation:
%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Higher profile of pupil’s PE and sporting activities and achievements in the school. Pupils engage more enthusiastically in PE lessons, schools sports competitions and physical activities.

Actions to achieve:

Develop mentor system in which KS2 children lead (sporting) activities during lunch play.

Document their efforts and celebrate in whole school assemblies. Pupils given rewards and recognition across the school.

Pupils can write match reports/school updates linked to English writing outcomes

 

Evidence and impact:

Assemblies. Video and stills footage of pupils working in playground / plans of pupils activities. Quotes from playground participants and adults supporting leaders. PE display board

 

 

 

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Reflect on assemblies impact and consider documenting efforts of pupils in playground to further build the profile of this leadership role amongst all pupils. PE display board to maintain profile and tracking of achievements

 

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport Percentage of total allocation:
%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

Review of PE provision and expert support in its planning and delivery.

Pupils should make better progress and be more engaged in their own learning journey

Audit staff on areas of need regarding planning resources, equipment, and training.

Observation of specialist Dance teachers and termly discussion regarding planning and delivery of high quality lessons.

PE ‘surgery’/ training for teachers with LA advisor regarding planning, teaching and assessment

 

Training in use of ICT to enhance teaching of PE

£2800

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(LA PE Package)

 

 

 

 

 

 

(LA PE Package)

Audit results. Clear indication of staff needs updated

 

 

Lesson observation report. Higher quality lessons producing more outcomes from the PE NC.

 

 

 

Quotes from teachers on positive impact of training.

 

 

 

 

ICT in PE training CPD materials

Feedback from teachers utilizing ICT methods in PE Lessons

Pupil progress evidence captured on ICT / New PE lesson resources enhanced by ICT

Termly audit from staff regarding emerging PE support needs

 

Training / lesson collaboration materials made available to all staff and kept in PE resources section Dance teachers to produce a topic-based performance with each class each term.

 

Session planning reviewed and made available to all teachers.

 

Upskilling of staff in Dance

Pupils will make better progress in Dance and other subjects (Science, Maths, PSHE& Citizenship)

Hire of Specialist Dance tutor to deliver high quality dance lessons £7900

High enjoyment of physical activity

Improvement of coordination, orientation, understanding of changes in body while exercising.

Cross curricular links, team/group work. See quotes from teachers/children re enjoyment and progress/challenge

More structured CPD for teachers including regular team teaching and teachers leading sessions using

INSET by Dance specialist focusing on building mini routines

Lesson cover time for PE Coordinator to undertake duties and develop more high quality opportunities for pupils to engage with Organisation of sports competitions and events, keeping registers of participants, auditing needs of staff, arranging training, organization of PE resources and plans, meeting with other schools to discuss good practice and make improvements (FutureZone), meeting with Islington Sport Support specialist, preparing and delivering training, set up and delivery of 2 Sports days for KS1&2 £2000

Success in many sporting events over the year. Islington tournament winners in girls football, Islington league winners in girls football, team champions in Cross Country Championships, individual winners and team 2nd place in Islington Swimming Gala.

 

Maintaining of high standards in PE lessons – children seen to be challenged and active in all lessons. Evidence in observation sheets/photos.

 
Subscription to FutureZone PE coordinators support group. Higher quality PE delivery Regular meeting with local Primary and Secondary schools to discuss needs, good practice, future improvements. Topic of meetings have included improvement of swimming provision, use AfL in PE lessons, Increasing Active Learning Time, Sports Day ideas, guidance on spending Sports Premium £500

Raising of standards and provision in PE lessons.

Comments from Dave Bateman, Islington Sports Support

Revamped way of delivering swimming as a result of FZ work with GLL and London Aquatics Centre to lessen impact of staffing, financial cost, children’s learning time

Establish links with other schools (IAMS) and relationships with other PE Coordinators.
Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils Percentage of total allocation:
%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

Increased participation and engagement in after school sports clubs amongst all children in a range of sporting activities. Increased interest in physical activity and knowledge of health benefits related to exercise.

Widen offer of range of sports clubs to include fencing, multisports, yoga, gymnastics

New weekly table tennis club.

£1000 Club registers, club resources, feedback from pupils and from club leaders Ensure that resources and equipment are sustainable year on year and the school staff are attached to clubs to ensure legacy in delivery
Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport Percentage of total allocation:
%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Increase participation in intra and inter school competition

Wider outcomes for pupils benefitting from high quality competitive sporting opportunities

Actions to achieve:

 

Select borough and city wide competitions in a greater range of sports.

Use Islington Competitions calendar to select from a wider range of sports.

Deployment of funds to release staff to accompany children to sports events

Funding

allocated:

£1300

 

 

Evidence and impact:

 

Feedback (quotes) from pupils on their experience in attending events

 

Tournament winners in football, team champions in Cross Country Championships, individual winners and team 2nd place in Islington Swimming Gala.

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

review of individual competition costs vs competition package costs

Swimming Booster Sessions for chn not able to swim 25m Send children who haven’t met 25m target to Archway Pool for intensive swimming lessons. £1500 All children able to swim 25m by end of Year 6  

 

 

 

 

Primary Sports Premium – 2016/2017

We are obliged to report how we spent the £9,775 PE and Sport grant which we were allocated for the academic year 2016 to 2017 and indicate the impact. Please see the table below for a breakdown of the expenditure.

 

Action Lead person/people Resource implications Time frame

Evaluation

 

 

CPD

 

Audit staff on areas of need regarding planning resources, equipment, and training.

 

 

 

Bob Jones

Purchase resources for teachers

£500

 

December 2015

 

Observation of specialist Dance teachers and termly discussion regarding planning and delivery of high quality lessons.

 

 

 

Specialist Dance teachers/ Class teachers

 

Ongoing bi-weekly observations

 

Increasing participation and inclusion

 

Encourage/enable participation in extracurricular sports activities. Develop enrichment opportunities through sport to bridge the gap between experiences for disadvantaged chn and non-disadvantaged chn: eg. Dance, kayaking, rock climbing

 

Bob Jones/Liam Frost

 

Transport and sports course costs

 

£1500

 

Ongoing

 

Increase participation in after school sports clubs amongst all children in  a range of sporting activities by offering a wider range of sports including basketball, tag rugby, badminton, table tennis.

 

Bob Jones/Liam Frost

Payment of club leaders.

Purchase relevant equipment: table tennis bat/balls/nets, portable basketball nets, football goals, mini goals, balls etc.

£2000

 

Ongoing with termly benchmarks.

 

Increase participation in intra and inter school competition by selecting borough and city wide competitions in a greater range of sports

 

Bob Jones

Payment of TAs to accompany teams to sporting events and competition entry fees

£2000

 

Ongoing

 

Develop mentor system in which KS2 children lead sporting activities during lunch play.

 

 

Child mentors/ Midday meals supervisors/PSHE coordinator/Bob Jones

 

 

Ongoing

 

Introduce Gifted and Talented register for children excelling in sports

 

Bob Jones/

Class teachers

 

Ongoing

 

Continue to audit participation of all children in sporting activities and target individuals/groups

 

Bob Jones

 

Ongoing

 

Organise Sports Day for EYFS/KS1 and KS2. All children participate and compete both individually and within teams

 

 

Bob Jones

 

Hire of Whittington Park for 2 mornings plus equipment.

£500

 

Summer Term

 

Securing quality and standards

 

Secure quality of teaching through monitoring of planning

 

Bob Jones/SLT

 

Ongoing

 

Employment of specialist Dance teachers to deliver high quality lessons

 

 

Dance specialist costs

£4000

 

Ongoing