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PE & Sports Premium Grant

Sports Premium at St Mary’s Church of England Academy

Every Primary school in the country has been provided with additional funding to improve the provision of Physical Education and sport. At St Mary’s we are proud of the choices we have made and endeavour to build upon the provision of PE and sport in our school, we will continue to ensure our funding will significantly impact on the long term quality and enjoyment of Physical Education.

Principles

 ·        We aim to enhance the participation and enjoyment of Physical Education and Sport at St Mary’s.

·        Decisions on spending have a direct impact on the quality and variety of Physical Education received by our children.

·        We recognise that any investment in specialist teaching of our children must be done in conjunction with Academy staff to enhance the long-term impact of Physical Education at St Mary’s.

·        To analyse and identify priority areas for Physical Education and allocate Sports Premium funding accordingly.


Our Sports Premium Grant Allocation for 2016/2017 was £8890.  Below is information on the Academy’s chosen use.

 Chosen Use

Information

Impact

Specialist PE Coach for Teaching of children 

Premier Sport has been employed to deliver high quality lessons in all KS1 & KS2 lessons. This provision ensures outstanding teaching for our children and the opportunity for our Teacher’s to observe, participate and learn from the delivery of these sessions. Premier Sport also offers KS1 lunchtime and KS2 after school football clubs.      

Outstanding Physical Education for children in Years 1 - 4 taught by specialist coaches. 

Regular observations by teaching staff of a variety of sports to enhance the teaching and assessment of Physical Education throughout the Academy.    

Redborne School Partnership Membership

Redborne School Partnership host many tournaments throughout the year for both KS1 and KS2 children. As part of our membership, we are able to introduce our children to the competitive side of sport that competition brings. Sports Leaders training is offered to a number of our year 4 children to encourage their leadership skills and improve confidence.

 

CPD is provided for our staff on different aspects of Physical Education. Children are given the opportunity and encouraged to participate in games at lunchtime. 

 

Free coaching sessions are offered in a number of sports, e.g. dance, tennis and gym. 

We are able to offer our children the opportunity to partake in competitive and well organised physical activities.

Training provided by the Partnership, for both Staff and children, has a direct impact on the quality, enjoyment and performance of our children.

 

Provides a positive and active lunchtime experience for children.

 

Further advance our already extensive extra - curricular opportunities, enabling more children to experience different sports.

After School Clubs

 

Our staff, external Sports Clubs and a former parent, run after school clubs for both Key stages over the course of the year, including netball, athletics and cricket. This enables enriches the sports available in our Academy.

All children can experience Physical Education where the emphasis is on enjoyment and team work. This encourages children to choose to participate in sport outside of school and leads them into joining clubs within the local community.   

Break Time Club

 

Sports Leaders training is offered to a number of our year 4 children to encourage their leadership skills and improve confidence. They are then able to use their knowledge to encourage sport participation of younger pupils during playtimes

Sport’s Ambassadors assist our staff in clubs during and after school helping to sort equipment and run activities


Chosen Use

Information

Impact

Evidence

Expenditure

Specialist PE Coach for Teaching of children 

Premier Sport has been employed to deliver high quality lessons in all KS1 & KS2 lessons. This provision ensures outstanding teaching for our children and the opportunity for our Teacher’s to observe, participate and learn from the delivery of these sessions. Premier Sport also offers KS1 lunchtime and KS2 after school football clubs.     

Outstanding Physical Education for children in Years 1 – 4, taught by specialist coaches.

 

Regular observations by teaching staff of a variety of sports to enhance the teaching and assessment of Physical Education throughout the Academy.    

Excellent progress made by children in Years 1 - 4 in bat/ball skills, football, gym and athletics. Ability to make up and participate in their own games.

Large take up on children enjoying football clubs.

 

Autumn term -  £2820

 

Spring Term -   £2160

 

Summer Term - £2160

 

  TOTAL  £7140

Redborne School Partnership Membership

Redborne School Partnership host many tournaments throughout the year for both KS1 and KS2 children. As part of our membership, we are able to introduce our children to the competitive side of sport that competition brings. Sports Leaders training is offered to a number of our year 4 children to encourage their leadership skills and improve confidence. 

 

CPD is provided for our staff on different aspects of Physical Education.

  

Free coaching sessions are offered in a number of sports, e.g. dance, tennis.

We are able to offer our children the opportunity to partake in competitive and well organised physical activities.

 

Training provided by the Partnership, for both Staff and children, has a direct impact on the quality, enjoyment and performance of our children. 

 

Further advance our already extensive extra - curricular opportunities, enabling more children to experience different sports.

We have entered more teams this year in all the festivals Redborne School Partnership organise. Over 150 children from both Key Stages have taken part.

 

Staff have a greater knowledge of Physical Education and are able to deliver high quality lessons.

 

Improved confidence and leadership skills gained by our Sport Leaders help organise athletics club and lunchtime activities.


Membership - £2000

 

 

 

 

After School Clubs

 

Our staff and a former parent, along with family volunteers, run after school clubs for both Key stages over the course of the year - including netball, athletics and cricket.

 

Letchworth Tennis Club run a before school Tennis Club for KS2 (Not

funded by Sports Premium)

 

Karate Club offered to Year 1-4 after school (Not funded by Sports Premium)

 

Premier Sport offer Football Club to KS1 & 2 and Gymnastics to KS1. (Not funded by Sports Premium)

 

 These clubs enrich the sports available in our Academy.

All children can experience Physical Education where the emphasis is on enjoyment and team work. This encourages children to choose to participate in sport outside of school.   

Many pupils join sports clubs within the local community, they continue to enjoy and improve from the foundations formed at a young age. Former pupils return to the Academy to volunteer, this enables us to deliver sport to more children.  

Time

 

Netball £350.00

 

Medals £113.22

 

Funded by parents

 

NB: These clubs are offered to Pupil Premium children and are funded from the PP Budget.

Break Time Club

Sports Leaders training is offered to a number of our year 4 children to encourage their leadership skills and improve confidence. They are then able to use their knowledge to encourage sport participation of younger pupils during playtimes

Sport’s Ambassadors assist our staff in clubs during and after school helping to sort equipment and run activities.

The Ambassadors have shown a willingness and an eye for those who need a confidence boost during their playtime. Both Ambassadors and pupils are enjoying happier, more active playtimes and are being introduced to a variety of new games.

Time

 


TOTAL £9603.22

Overspend £713.22


Our Sports Premium Grant Allocation for 2017/18 is £18,240.00, please find below how we intend to spend this.


Sports Premium Grant Funding Forecast Allocation – 2017/18

Cost

Chosen Use

Information

Intended Impact

Evidence

Expenditure

Specialist PE Coach for Teaching of children 

Premier Sport has been employed to deliver high quality lessons in all PE lessons, this will continue in 2017/18. This provision ensures outstanding teaching for our children and the opportunity for our Teacher’s to observe, participate and learn from the delivery of these sessions. Premier Sport also offers KS1 lunchtime and KS2 after school football clubs and before school Gymnastics       

Outstanding Physical Education for children in KS1 & KS2, taught by specialist coaches.

 

Regular observations by teaching staff of a variety of sports, this enhances the teaching and assessment of Physical Education throughout the Academy.     


Autumn term  £


Spring Term     £


Summer Term £


TOTAL            £8000

Redborne School Partnership Membership

Redborne School Partnership host many tournaments throughout the year for both KS1 and KS2 children. As part of our membership, we are able to introduce our children to the competitive side of sport that competition brings. Sports Leaders training is offered to a number of our year 4 children to encourage their leadership skills and improve confidence. Young Leaders from our feeder Middle school are also used in the education of our children both at our Academy and their Middle school.

CPD is provided for our staff on different aspects of Physical Education.  

 

Free coaching sessions are offered in a number of sports, e.g. dance, tennis.

We are able to offer our children the opportunity to partake in competitive and well organised physical activities.

 

Training provided by the Partnership, for both Staff and children, has a direct impact on the quality, enjoyment and performance of our children.

 

Etonbury Young Leaders will build upon the positive relationships and inspire the younger children.

 

Further advance our already extensive extra - curricular opportunities, enabling more children to experience different sports.


Membership - £2000

Purchase New Equipment

To increase opportunities for learning new games skills and developing motor control in all age groups

Children participate in a range of active games during PE lessons A wide range of equipment is available for staff to use when planning and delivering PE lessons.

 

£5500

After School Clubs

 

Our staff and a former parent, along with family volunteers, run after school clubs for both Key stages over the course of the year - including netball, athletics and cricket.

 

Letchworth Tennis Club run a before school Tennis Club for KS2 (Not funded by Sports Premium)

 

Karate Club offered to Year 1-4 after school (Not funded by Sports Premium)

 

Premier Sport offer Football Club to KS1 & 2, Gymnastics to KS1 and Dance to KS1 & 2. (Not funded by Sports Premium)

 

This enriches the sports available in our Academy.

All children can experience Physical Education where the emphasis is on enjoyment and team work. This encourages children to choose to participate in sport outside of school.   

 

Time

 

Netball        £350.00

 

Funded by parents

 

NB: These clubs are offered to PP Children and funded from PP Budget.

Sports Team Kits

To increase opportunities for group participation in competitive sport

Children participate in a range of competitive sports Children are proud to represent their school

 

£300.00

Break Time Club

Sports Leaders training is offered to a number of our year 4 children to encourage their leadership skills and improve confidence. They are then able to use their knowledge to encourage sport participation of younger pupils during playtimes.

Sport’s Ambassadors assist our staff in clubs during and after school, helping to sort equipment and run activities.

 

Time

Playtime Equipment

To increase the physical activity opportunities for children at break and lunchtimes.

Children participate in a range of active games at break and lunchtimes MSAs observe an increase in the number of children playing active games

.

£100.00

Clubs Subsidy

To give the opportunity for children to participate in a range of active clubs, subsidised by the school, so that clubs remain very good value for parents.

Children have had the opportunity to participate in extra-curricular clubs with two external providers, subsidised by the school.

 

£500.00

Staff CPD

To improve staff subject knowledge in teaching PE.

Staff have increased subject knowledge and confidence in teaching PE. (staff feedback survey to be carried out in July 2018) Pupil Voice shows that children enjoy PE lessons.

 

£1500.00

 

TOTAL £18250.00