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Primary School Sports Premium Fund 2016/17

Primary School Sports Premium Awarded

Total number of pupils on roll

205

Lump sum

£8000

Amount received per pupil               (£5 x 181)

£900

Actual Amount Received

£8900

Carry forward

£242.28

Summary of School Sports Premium

Objectives 2016/17:

- To work alongside the wider community to foster a love or sport and physical activity

- To develop the effectiveness of leadership and management in PE

- To provide support to develop pupils’ sporting potential

- To develop coaching strategies and build on teacher’s subject knowledge to ensure the impact of  

   the funding is sustainable

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

- To broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils

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 15 inter-school events (level 2) which included 12 different sports organised by our local SGO, as part of the Hailsham cluster. This included 2 new sports which the children had previously not entered – Boccia and New Age Kurling.  

This is an increase on the variation of sports entered compared to last year’s data. This shows that the children are being offered a broader range of sporting experiences.

 

Enhance gymnastics provision and continue to develop staff subject knowledge

(Rec-Y6)

Coaching

 

(KS1)

Terms 3 and 4

~£640

 

(KS2)

Term 4

~£700

 

-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

-Continue links with 1066 Gym

 -The school has identified gifted and talented gymnasts. There has been differentiated provision as shown in planning to develop their skills in line with their ability. Several of these gymnasts have been signposted to 1066 Gymnastics Club. They have also attended Gym Club and have competed in intra-school competitions. 

-5 children who had previously not engaged with any extra-curricular sporting activity, participated in Gym Club this year. This shows that gymnastics has engaged those who were previously less active. 

-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. “I feel like I’ve broadened my understanding of gymnastics more than any other sport this year. It has been invaluable working with the coach and seeing how they use equipment, as well as how they plan body management sequences to develop strength and flexibility.” – Teacher.  


Percentage of children achieving end of year expectations:


 

EOY KS1

2015-16

EOY KS1

2016-17

EOY KS2

2015-16

EOY KS2

2016-17

WT

0%

0%

0%

3%

WA +

100%

100%

100%

97%

GD

27%

29%

29%

22%


This shows a rise in attainment in KS1 with regards to those children who are working at greater within the expected standard. Attainment at KS2 is broadly in line with last year in terms of children working at the expected standard. There has been a decrease in the percentage of children working at greater depth and so this will be a focus for next year.


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

(Rec-Y6)

Coaching

 

(KS1)

Terms 1 and 2

~£700

 

(KS2)

Term 3

~£580

 

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

-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

 - Year 5 children participated in the Big Dance experience. Following discussion with the pupils they felt proud of their performance and found that their confidence increased as a result of taking part.

- Talented dancers have been identified and lesson planning shows that their provision was tailored to their specific needs. 

- 100% of KS1 children have achieved the end of year expectations for dance.

- 94% of KS2 children have achieved the end of year expectations for dance. The two children who did not reach the expected standard found this area challenging due to the nature of their additional needs. 

- Staff have worked alongside a professional coach to deliver dance lessons. Staff surveys have shown a significant increase in the teachers’ confidence to deliver dance lessons. This was also an area of development identified by staff last year. 

“Having been new to KS1, I found it useful to understand how to simplify skills and build repetition with dance sequences so that the children could embed these more successfully. I have also learnt more effective strategies for organising dance sessions so that the children are active for longer periods of time.” - Teacher


Enhance provision for net games for KS2 (tennis/ badminton) -

Coaching

 

Years 3 and 5

Term 2

~£350

 

Resources

~£125

-Develop  pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in net games

-Provide pupils with broader experiences within PE

-Enrich pupils’ experiences

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

-Raise attainment

-Develop links with Hailsham Tennis Club

 - The school has developed its own tennis team. 

- Talented tennis players have been identified and have been signposted to Hailsham Tennis Club. Links to the club are being developed further, as they have offered to run taster sessions within school to support transitions from school to club level tennis.  

- All children have had their tennis and badminton lessons delivered by a professional coach, alongside their class teacher. Attainment has risen in tennis, with 100% of children achieving the expected standard. 

- Staff questionnaires have shown that teachers’ confidence has increased, particularly in using the equipment, after working alongside the coaches.


Enhance OAA  provision for KS2  (Outdoor Adventure Activities)

Coaching

 

Years 4 and 6

Term 2

~£350

 

Resources

~£125

-Develop  pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in OAA

-Provide pupils with broader experiences within PE

-Enrich pupils’ experiences

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

-Raise attainment

-Attend the Brighton University Orienteering Festival to cultivate enthusiasm for OAA

 - All children have had experience of OAA in a range of settings across the school. They have had lessons delivered by their class teacher and a professional coach. 

- Planning has shown that gifted and talented children have had adapted resources, courses and timings to extend and challenge them.

- 100% of children in Year 4 have achieved the expected standard required for OAA.

- 94% of children in Year 6 achieved the expected standard.

- Pupil discussions have shown that they have found this year’s provision more varied and engaging than previous years due to more ambitious and challenging courses and tasks being set of them. 

- Compasses and OAA packs purchased have supported staff in delivering lessons and have developed pupils’ skills in using these resources. 


Develop provision within curriculum PE with a focus on striking games (including cricket and rounders) and develop staff subject knowledge

(KS2)

Coaching

 

(KS2)

Term 5

~£580

 

After school club

Terms 5 and 6  Rounders

~£250

 

Resources

~£125

-Develop  pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in striking activities

-Provide pupils with broader experiences within PE

-Enrich pupils’ experiences

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

-Raise attainment

-Continue links with Herstmonceux Cricket Club

 - The school has developed its own rounders team and the children have participated in intra and inter-school competitions. 

- 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 6 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. 

-6 pupils have attended holiday camps run by Skillz Cricket during half terms.

-Staff have worked alongside a specialist cricket coach to develop their knowledge of cricket. Staff surveys have shown that confidence has grown in delivering cricket now. 

“I wasn’t very confident before but I am now more familiar with the techniques that need to be taught to develop cricket skills. I also have broader bank of games that I can use to apply these skills now.” - Teacher


Develop provision within curriculum PE with a focus on invasion games (including hockey, netball, football and rugby) and develop staff subject knowledge

(Y3-Y6)

Coaching

 

(KS2)

Term 1

~£700

 

After school club

Terms 1 and 2 Netball

~£300

 

Resources

~£125

-Develop  pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in delivering invasion games

-Provide pupils with broader experiences within PE through an after school club

-Enrich pupils’ experiences

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

-Raise attainment

 

 -The school has maintained a hockey, netball and football team. These teams have competed at intra and inter-school competitions. 

- Multi-sports, netball and football clubs have been organised and run to engage children in a broader range of sporting activities. These clubs have been well attended with 10 children engaging in an extracurricular club, who had previously been identified as less active. 

-100% of Y3 children achieved the expected standard in the skills linked to invasion games

-100% of Y4 achieved the expected standard

-88% of Y5 achieved the expected standard

-96% of Y6 achieved the expected standard


Enhance athletics/games provision for pupils during curriculum PE and within extra-curricular activities

Coaching

 

(KS1)

Terms 5 and 6

~£580

 

(KS2)

Term 6

~£580

 

After school club

Terms 3 and 4 Athletics

~£250

 

Lunchtime club

Term 2, 4 and 6

Multi-skills

~£380

 

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

-Provide pupils with broader experiences within PE through an after school club

-Enrich pupils’ experiences of athletics

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

-Raise attainment

-Continue links with Hailsham Harriers

 -The school has developed an athletics team who have competed at both intra and inter-school competitions. 

- Cross-country was our Change4Life based club, which was chosen by the Sports Committee following on from discussions with their classes. The club has engaged 31 different children in sporting activity this year. 15 of these children were previously not engaged with any extra-curricular sporting activity and had been identified as less active. 

- Gifted and talented runners were signposted to Hailsham Harriers. 

- Staff have worked alongside professional coaches to deliver games sessions. Their confidence in delivering these lessons has increased according to questionnaires.

“I feel that my teaching of athletics has benefited the most from working with a coach because I have learnt effective ways to differentiate through adapting equipment and space.” - Teacher

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

Cost of PE Coordinator cover

 = £676

-Achieve the Sainsbury’s School Games Gold Mark

-Refine curriculum coverage and assessment strategies

-Develop quality of teaching

-Manage and monitor PE by observing lessons across the school

-Use observations to inform policy and practice

 -The school has applied for the Gold School Games Mark 2016-17.

-The school has applied for South Downs Sports Crew of the Year Award.

-Pupils have been provided with opportunities to participate in 10 intra-school events and 16 inter-school events (KS2) throughout this year.

-PE curriculum coverage and assessment has been reviewed and updated.

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

-The PE policy has been reviewed and updated in light of observations and best practice seen. 


Summary

Total School Sports Premium Received

£9142.28

Total Expenditure

£8996

Money remaining

£142.28