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Primary School Sports Premium Fund 2015/16

Primary School Sports Premium Awarded

Total number of pupils on roll

214

Lump sum

£8000

Amount received per pupil               (£5 x 173)

£865

Actual Amount Received

£8865

Carry forward

£209.33

Summary of School Sports Premium

Objectives 2015/16:

- To foster a love of sport and physical activity

- To develop the effectiveness of leadership and management in PE

- To provide additional support to develop pupils’ sporting potential

- To develop coaching strategies and build on teacher’s subject knowledge

- To develop high quality sports provision within curriculum PE and in extra-curricular clubs

- To broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils

- To make links with sports clubs and providers within the wider community

Record of spending by item/project

Item/Project:

Cost:

Objectives:

Outcomes/Impact:

Hailsham Cluster Sports Partnership

Affiliation= £880

 

-Provide pupils with broader experiences in PE

 

-Throughout the academic year, pupils have had opportunities to participate in 17 inter-school events (level 2)  which included 11 different sports that have been organised by our local SGO, as part of the Hailsham cluster. This is 3 more than last year. The children also qualified for level 3 competition. 

-For 8 of these events we were able to bring multiple teams. This is an increase on last years data and shows increased participation and engagement.

 

Celebrate sporting achievements in intra-school tournaments

Medals/trophies =  £63.31

-Raise the profile of sport within school

-Engage pupils in sport and celebrate achievement and participation

- Celebrate achievement in gymnastics, cross country, cricket and netball.

 -The profile of sport has risen and uptake of clubs has increased with the average percentage of KS2 pupils engaging in extracurricular sporting activity every week improving from 40% in 2014 to 56% in 2015 and now to 63% in 2016. This is based on individual children attending clubs, rather than places allocated. 


-Parents are informed about sporting achievements through the website and within newsletters every 2 weeks. Pupils celebrate their accomplishments as part of our ‘Good Learning’ assemblies, regularly receiving medals and certificates for their accomplishments. Our sports leaders also present certificates on a weekly basis. 

Enhance gymnastics provision and continue to develop staff subject knowledge

(Rec-Y6)


Coaching = £1000

10 weeks at £25 per session, 4 sessions per week.

After school club for Terms 3-6

= £475

 Leotards for Gym Team = £137.70

-Build on pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in gymnastics

-Raise attainment

-Identify gifted and talented pupils and provide them with additional support to develop their skills

-Enrich pupils’ experiences of extra-curricular gymnastics

-Develop links with 1066 Gym

 -The school has developed its own gymnastics team. This team competed at both intra and inter-school competitions. The children had a clear sense of identity wearing the school leotard.

-Talented gymnasts were identified and gymnasts have been signposted and now attend 1066 Gymnastics Club regularly.

-55 children participated in gymnastics as an extracurricular activity this year, which is an increase on the 41 who participated last year, showing increased participation. 

-Staff have worked alongside specialist coaches to develop their knowledge of gymnastics and staff surveys have shown that all staff are more confident after working alongside the coach, than they were before. Only 12% of staff felt very confident prior, compared with 38% of staff after team-teaching with coaches. This shows that the positive changes seen in attainment and attitude are sustainable, as staff are equipped with greater pedagogical and subject knowledge of gymnastics. 

'Coaches sent us their planning prior to the sessions which really helped us to see how to put planning into practice which has enabled us to develop our skill level and confidence when teaching' - Teacher

Percentage of children achieving end of year expectations:


 

EOY KS1

2014-2015

EOY KS1

2015-2016

EOY KS2

2014-2015

EOY KS2

2015-2016

Working towards

3%

0%

0%

0%

National standard

76%

73%

75%

71%

Greater depth

21%

27%

25%

29%


This shows an rise in attainment across both KS1 and KS2. 


Develop provision within curriculum PE with a focus on dance (ballet)  and continue to develop staff subject knowledge

(Rec-Y6)

Coaching =  £800

 

10 weeks at £20 per session, 4 sessions per week.

-Develop  pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in ballet and dance overall

-Provide pupils with broader experiences within PE

-Enrich pupils’ experiences of dance

- Identify gifted and talented pupils and provide them with additional support to develop their skills

-Raise attainment

 -All children have had experience of ballet.

-Talented dancers were identified and have been encouraged to develop this talent further by being signposted to a local ballet school.

-Staff have worked alongside a specialist ballet teacher to develop their knowledge of ballet and staff surveys have shown that confidence has grown and knowledge of this area of dance has greatly increased following these sessions. Only 7% of staff felt confident teaching ballet prior to working with the coach, compared to 27% feeling confident and 13% feeling very confident following these sessions. Comments from teachers reflect that these sessions have upskilled staff and have supported our school in sustaining the higher quality of dance delivered. 

Develop school sports committee to lead, manage and officiate intra-school events

Resources, including stickers and rewards = £111.04

-Provide the committee with a clear identify using kits

- Provide them with training during meetings to develop their leadership skills

- Organise at least 6 intra-school events

 -Clear kits, including badges and blue branded t-shirts, have enabled the Sports Committee to be continually easily identified. This is sustainable as these kits will help future committees in having the same clear identity. 

-The Sports Committee have organised new equipment for the school, including boxes for playtime equipment and reorganising the play shed. By the end of the year they have also helped to organise, manage and officiate 10 intra-school events. 

-Cones and rewards including stickers have supported the team in running, officiating and managing the events more effectively. They have also shown greater independence in organising events and have grown in confidence to do so.


Increase participation in tag-rugby and raise the profile of the sport to coincide with the Rugby World Cup

Taster sessions in September/ October =

£245

 


-Provide all children with an opportunity to play tag-rugby

-Develop pupils’ and teachers’ subject knowledge in rugby

-Engage pupils in rugby and increase participation

-Identify gifted and talented pupils and provide them with additional support to develop their skills

-Develop links with Hellingly Rugby Club

 -All children have had experience of tag-rugby.

-Talented players were identified and have been encouraged to develop this talent further by being signposted to Hellingly Rugby Club.

-Staff have worked alongside a specialist coach and have developed ideas for rugby lessons. Those teachers who focus on tag-rugby as an invasion game, found it useful to discuss strategies and specific skill development and were upskilled by the experience. This supports the funding in being sustainable, as staff are able to build on these expertise and improve their own future practice. 

Enhance cricket provision and continue to develop staff subject knowledge

(Y1-Y6)

Coaching  

After school club for Terms 1 – 6

(34 sessions)

=   £1815

Herstmonceux Cricket Tournament = £40


 

-Develop pupil’s skills and teacher’s subject knowledge in cricket

-Provide pupils with broader experiences within PE, including extra-curricular

-Enrich pupils’ experiences of cricket

- Identify gifted and talented pupils and provide them with additional support to develop their skills

-Raise attainment

-Develop links with Skillz Cricket and Herstmonceux Cricket Club

-The school has developed its own cricket team. This team competed at both intra and inter-school competitions, including representing the school at a level 3 event: Sussex County Cricket Tournament. 

-Talented cricketers were identified and 4 more pupils have gone on to train and play competitively for Herstmonceux Cricket Club, with 14 other players that have previously been signposted and remain competing for the club. 

-12 pupils have attended holiday camps run by Skillz Cricket during half terms, which an increase of 20% on last year.

-Staff, including HLTAs, have worked alongside a specialist cricket coach to develop their knowledge of cricket. Staff surveys have shown that confidence has grown. 38% of staff felt confident teaching cricket prior to working with the coach, and now, following these sessions, 38% feel very confident and 13% feel extremely confident. Discussions with staff show that cricket teaching now includes more technical vocabulary and direction and shows that the coaching sessions have been successful in upskilling staff for the future.  

Broaden sporting opportunities offered after school, using a specialist coach.

 

Multi-sports after school club for Terms 1 and 2

(12 sessions)

= £420

 


 

-Provide all children with opportunities to engage in athletic based events

-Engage pupils in athletics and increase participation in extra-curricular activity

-Identify gifted and talented pupils and provide them with additional support

 

- This club was open to all children in KS1 and KS2 and was attended regularly by 20 children. 

- Multi-sport club proved popular with KS1 and increased participation in sport for KS1 and Lower KS2 with 50% more attending this club as opposed to netball. 

- Talented players were given additional input to develop their skills further. Later in the year 4 of the attendees from the club qualified for the South Downs Athletics Finals having achieved high scores in the previous inter-school event. 

Enhance football provision for early years and KS1

Coaching = £720

(6 weeks at £30   4 sessions per week)

-Develop pupil’s skills and teacher’s subject knowledge in developing basic football skills

-Provide pupils with broader experiences within PE

-Enrich pupils’ experiences of football

- Identify gifted and talented pupils and provide them with additional support to develop their skills

-Raise attainment

-Develop links with Brighton and Hove Football Club

- Eight children were signposted by the school to attend Brighton and Hove Albion's Open Trials in February 2016. Two players were selected to attend development sessions and continue working through their player pathway. Both children now regularly attend sessions run by Brighton and Hove Albion. Another player attended these trials last year and now plays for their U9 elite team.

- KS1 Participation in Football Club increased by 29% from the beginning of this year. 

-Staff have worked alongside a specialist coach to develop their knowledge of these skills and staff surveys have shown that confidence has grown and knowledge of how to develop hand-eye coordination and basic ball control has greatly increased following these sessions. They also noted that pupil enthusiasm and motivation was very high in these sessions. These skills are transferable and ensure that the impact of the funding is sustainable.

 

Enhance athletics provision for KS2

Coaching = £720

(6 weeks at £30   4 sessions per week)

-Develop pupil’s skills and teacher’s subject knowledge in developing athletic skills

-Provide pupils with broader experiences within PE

-Enrich pupils’ experiences of athletics

- Identify gifted and talented pupils and provide them with additional support to develop their skills

-Raise attainment

-Develop links with Hailsham Harriers

 -The school has developed its own athletics team. This team competed at both intra and inter-school competitions.

-Talented runners were identified and have been signposted to attend Hailsham Harriers.

-All pupils had the opportunity to take part in athletic activities within the curriculum and additional provision has been put into place to support children with attending extra-curricular sessions by running them during lunchtimes. This has supported children who have not previously engaged in extra-curricular sport an opportunity to do so. 

-Staff have worked alongside a specialist coach to develop their knowledge and understanding of how to teach athletics. Surveys have shown that all staff feel confident to teach athletics, whereas this was not the case prior to these sessions. 

' I feel that my practice has improved in that I avoid whole class stops and instead use timely group intervention, having seen that the impact of this is greater.'  - Teacher

-These comments and discussions show that changes to practice are sustainable as they have been implemented by staff following observations, team-teaching and reflection. 

Enhance swimming provision

Training - £391

- Develop pupil’s skills and teacher’s subject knowledge

-Provide pupils with broader experiences within PE

-Enrich pupils’ experiences of swimming


 - Year 5 attended sessions and discussions with pupils showed a positive attitude and approach towards swimming.

- 84% of the class are able to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, can use a range of strokes effectively e.g. front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke and are able to perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

- Staff feedback has shown greater confidence in the subject knowledge required. 

Develop curriculum sports provision and achieve Sainsbury’s School Games Gold Mark

Cost of PE Coordinator cover

 = £1014

-Achieve the Sainsbury’s School Games Gold Mark

-Develop school’s vision and set expectations for PE

-Update school’s policies and practices in PE and sport

-Refine curriculum coverage and assessment strategies

-Develop quality of teaching

-Manage and monitor PE

 -The school has been successful in achieving the Gold School Games Mark 2015-16.

-Pupils have been provided with opportunities to participate in 10 intra-school events and 18 inter-school events (KS2) throughout this year.

-The Sports Committee has been developed and has improved sport provision by working alongside play leaders to develop active play times and lunch times. 

-The policy is currently being updated following training.

-The school's vision with regards to PE has been published on the website.

-Recent observations have been carried out by the PE Coordinator, which has shown evidence of good teaching. 

Summary

Total School Sports Premium Received

£9074.33

Total Expenditure

£8832.05

Money remaining

£242.28