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Primary School Sports Premium Fund 2018/19

Primary School Sports Premium Awarded

Total number of pupils on roll

182 (eligible pupils)

Lump sum

£16000

Amount received per pupil                            

£10

Actual Amount Received

£17820

Carry forward

£140.97

Summary of School Sports Premium

Objectives 2018/19:

-  To run sports activities with other schools, including ASSR

- To make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

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

   the funding is sustainable

- To add to the PE and sport activities that our school already offers

- To broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils

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

- To develop leadership skills and build on the new PE coordinator’s current knowledge to ensure monitoring and analysis of teaching and assessment continues to be of a high standard

Record of spending by item/project

Item/Project:

Cost:

Objectives:

Outcomes/Impact:

Hailsham Cluster Sports Partnership

 

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Affiliation= £880

 

-Provide pupils with broader experiences in PE

- Support and resources provided by Hailsham Community College to set up a structured calendar of Level 1 intra school sports competitions that provides a pathway to the Level 2 inter-school competitions

-Throughout the academic year, pupils have had opportunities to participate in 14 inter-school events (level 2) which have included 11 different sports organised by our local SGO, as part of the Hailsham cluster. This included a World Cup cricket tournament to develop interest in national events. This is an increase in the variety of sports offered last year. A next step from last year was to engage in a sporting league. The Hailsham cluster provided an opportunity for our Year 5/6 children to participate in a football league – an opportunity which they embraced and thoroughly enjoyed. This has supported the children in engaging in level 2 competition on a more regular basis.

 

Next steps and sustainability:

Provide children with opportunities to participate in level 2 competition at our own school. The aim of this is to ensure travel does not hinder engagement.

Enhance gymnastics provision and continue to develop staff subject knowledge

(Y1-Y6)

 

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

Coaching

 

(KS1)

Terms 3 and 4

=£640

 

(KS2)

Term 4

=£700

 

 

-Build on pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in gymnastics ensuring teachers are confident in assessing these skills

-Raise attainment

-Create more opportunities for children to showcase their gymnastic skills in non-competitive events.

-Provide more competitive sporting opportunities for gymnasts (level 2).

-Develop parental engagement through providing taster sessions at 1066 Gym Club.

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

Percentage of children achieving end of year expectations in gymnastics:

 

EOY KS1

2017-18

EOY KS1

2018-19

EOY KS2

2017-18

EOY KS2

2018-19

WT

0%

0%

0%

6%

WA +

100%

100%

100%

94%

GD

28%

30%

27%

26%

Attainment in KS1 is in line with last year. The number of children working at the expected standard in KS2 has decreased from last year. Children with SEN needs, and in particular ASD, have received additional intervention to support them in making progress. These children have made progress from their starting points. A focus for next year will be to explore other interventions that can support children with developing body control and spacial awareness. Children working at greater depth is in line with last year.

-Staff have worked alongside specialist coaches to develop their knowledge of gymnastics and staff surveys have shown that 100% of staff have increased in confidence after working alongside the coach.

One teacher commented, “Gymnastics can be quite difficult to know how to teach some of the skills, but I understand the progression much better after working with the coach.”

- KS2 boys’ gymnastics provision has been developed through providing parkour experiences in Gymnastics Club.   

-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.

-9 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.

-Last year’s next steps to provide more opportunities to showcase pupils’ gymnastic skills has been achieved through 3 different year groups including gymnastics as part of their class assemblies. Gymnastics has also been shared on Seesaw.

‘Wow I love this, they look amazing!’parent comment on their child’s photo on Seesaw.

Next steps and sustainability:

-Develop parental engagement through providing taster sessions at a range of local gym/trampolining clubs.

-Provide more competitive sporting opportunities for gymnasts (level 2).

-Subject leader continue to take lead in promoting gymnastics and ensuring its profile remains high within the school.

 

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

(Y1-Y6)

 

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

Coaching

 

(KS1)

Terms 1 and 2

=£700

 

(KS2)

Term 3

=£580

 

‘Big Dance’ Resources

=£50

 

-Build on pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in dance ensuring teachers are confident in assessing these skills

-Raise attainment

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

-PE Coordinator to develop interventions for children with additional needs so that they can work towards achieving skills that they may find particularly challenging

-Fund Year 5 to attend the ‘Big Dance’

Percentage of children achieving end of year expectations in dance:

 

EOY KS1

2017-18

EOY KS1

2018-19

EOY KS2

2017-18

EOY KS2

2018-19

WA

97%

100%

100%

94%

GD

18%

27%

21%

26%

This shows that the number of children in KS1 meeting the end of year expectations in dance has increased. The number of children in KS2 meeting the end of year expectations in dance has decreased. Additional intervention has been provided to ensure all children have made progress from their starting points. The number of children achieving greater depth has increased across both key stages.  

- Staff have worked alongside a professional coach to deliver dance lessons. Staff surveys and lesson observation have evidenced that the quality of dance coaching this year has been outstanding. Coaches have utilised the interests of individual classes to maximise interest and participation.

- Year 5 children participated in the Big Dance experience. Discussions with children show that their attitudes towards dancing have improved and they feel proud of their performance.

- Talented dancers have been identified and lesson planning shows that their provision was tailored to their specific needs. Some dancers have competed internationally this year and their achievements have been shared via the school newsletter.

Next steps and sustainability:

-Provide extracurricular opportunities for dance.

-Observations will show teachers utilising strategies employed by the coaches in their own dance lessons.

-Develop links with local dance schools to help children transition from school to club level dancing.

-Subject leader to work with coaching company to ensure teachers are regularly observed by the coach to ensure they are receiving feedback about using the suggested strategies.

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

 

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

Coaching

 

Years 3 and 5

Term 2

=£350

 

 

-Develop links with Hailsham Tennis Club

-Utilise local tennis courts to engage more children in net games and raise community awareness of them.

-Build on pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in net games ensuring teachers are confident in assessing these skills

-Raise attainment

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

Percentage of children achieving end of year expectations in tennis and badminton (skills taught in Years 3 and 5):

 

Badminton

2017-18

2018-19

Tennis

2017-18

2018-19

WA +

100%

97%

100%

94%

This shows that the number of children meeting the end of year expectations has decreased. Additional support has been provided to those who did not achieve end of year expectations, including intervention on hand-eye coordination. Next year badminton and tennis will be taught across all of KS2 to enable children to have more opportunities to develop these skills.

- All children have had their tennis and badminton lessons delivered by a professional coach, alongside their class teacher.

- Staff questionnaires evidence that teachers are more confident in understanding how to organise lessons and equipment and differentiate.

- Talented tennis players have been identified and they will be signposted to Hailsham Tennis Club following the Y3/4 Road to Eastbourne Tennis Tournament.

-The next step of raising awareness of local tennis courts has been achieved through the school using them more regularly within the curriculum and children are also accessing these courts with their parents outside of school.

Next steps and sustainability:

-Develop links with Hailsham Tennis Club so that every class has the opportunity to engage in tennis sessions either at school or at the club.

-Amend the whole school overview to allow children to have more opportunities to develop their racket skills.

 

Enhance OAA  provision for KS2  (Outdoor Adventure Activities)

 

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

 

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Coaching

 

Years 4 and 6

Term 2

=£350

 

OAA Orienteering Festival transport for Year 6

= £165

 

Enrichment morning with ASSR = £350

-Build on pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in OAA ensuring teachers are confident in assessing these skills

-Raise attainment

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

-Provide enrichment opportunities linked to OAA including the Brighton Orienteering Festival for Year 6

-Provide an enrichment day for all children to engage in OAA activities

Percentage of children achieving end of year expectations in orienteering (skills taught in Years 4 and 6):

 

OAA Y4

2017-18

OAA Y4

2018-19

OAA Y6

2017-18

OAA Y6

2018-19

WA +

100%

100%

100%

94%

Attainment has decreased in Year 6 from last year and is line in Year 4. All KS2 classes will have OAA lessons next year to ensure that children have enough opportunities to achieve the end of year expectations.

- All Year 6 children attended the Brighton Orienteering Festival (level 2 competition). Discussions with pupils found that they enjoyed the experience and were enthusiastic to engage with orienteering activities further. This prompted the school to arrange orienteering activities for all year groups to participate in, including classes from ASSR. 

- 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.

Next steps and sustainability:

-PE Coordinator to work with coaching company to develop extracurricular provision to build on pupils’ enthusiasm.

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

(KS2)

 

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

 

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Coaching

 

(KS2)

Term 5

=£580

 

After school club

Terms 5 and 6  Rounders

=£250

 

After school club Terms 1-6

Cricket

=£750

-Build on pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in striking games ensuring teachers are confident in assessing these skills

-Raise attainment

-Develop links with Herstmonceux Cricket Club so that every class has the opportunity to engage in cricket sessions either at school or at the club.

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

-Utilise the local cricket nets and wicket to engage more pupils in cricket and raise community awareness of them.

-Provide KS2 with the opportunity to attend an after school cricket club at school

Percentage of children achieving end of year expectations in rounders and cricket (skills taught in KS2):

 

Rounders

2017-18

2018-19

Cricket

2017-18

2018-19

WA +

100%

100%

100%

94%

The number of children meeting the end of year expectations related to rounders is in line with last year. The number of children meeting the end of year expectations related to cricket has decreased. Within this cohort 2 children have additional needs that mean that team games can be challenging for them to engage with. The subject leader will look into CPD opportunities that develop strategies for supporting children with SEN needs in PE.

- All children have had their cricket and rounders lessons delivered by a professional coach, alongside their class teacher. Staff questionnaires have shown that teachers’ confidence has increased, particularly in understanding how to umpire.  

“I feel like I have a much clearer understanding of the progression of skills in cricket and I am confident in scoring softball games.” - Teacher

- Talented cricket players have been identified and they have been signposted to Herstmonceux Cricket Club. Since being signposted this year, 9 children have competed at club level. The PE Coordinator manages a team at Herstmonceux Cricket Club to ease transition to club level. The next step from last year to utilise the local cricket nets and wicket has been achieved and these have been used in both within school and outside of school time. 

- All children have had access to the after school cricket club provided. Discussions with pupils show that this has been a good stepping stone from curriculum sessions to club level.

Next steps and sustainability:

The subject leader will look into CPD opportunities that develop strategies for supporting children with SEN needs in PE.

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

(Y3-Y6)

 

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

 

Coaching

 

(KS2)

Term 1

=£700

 

After school club

Terms 1 and 2 Netball

=£300

 

 

-Build on pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in invasion games ensuring teachers are confident in assessing these skills

-Raise attainment

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

-Provide enrichment opportunities linked to invasion games

- Increase opportunities for children to engage in level 2 competition on a regular basis through developing and participating in sporting leagues.

-PE Coordinator to develop the curriculum to ensure skills cover a wide range of sports across each year group to enhance skill progression across KS2

- Staff confidence is higher in Term 6 than it was in Term 1, as evidenced by ongoing professional dialogues and observations.

Percentage of children achieving end of year expectations in the skills linked to invasion games:

Year

2017-18

 

2018-19

Y3

97%

100%

Y4

100%

100%

Y5

97%

97%

Y6

100%

97%

The number of children achieving the end of year expectations is in line with last year.

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

- 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 9 children engaging in an extracurricular club who had previously been identified as less active.

Next steps and sustainability:

-Utilise the sports committee to regularly make suggestions about invasion games that could be the basis for extracurricular clubs. 

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

 

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

 

Coaching

(KS1)

Terms 2 and 6

~£580

 

(KS2) Term 6

=£580

 

After school club

Terms 3 and 4 Multi-sports

=£250

 

Lunch time club - Running

Terms 1-6

=£750

-Build on pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in dance ensuring teachers are confident in assessing these skills

-Raise attainment

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

-Provide enrichment opportunities linked to Hailsham Harriers

 

Percentage of children achieving end of year expectations in the skills linked to athletics/games:

 

EOY KS1

2017-18

EOY KS1

2018-19

EOY KS2

2017-18

EOY KS2

2018-18

WA +

97%

97%

94%

94%

Attainment is in line with last year. KS1 is lower in this area of PE than in others. Discussions with staff and pupils shows that areas to develop would be the children’s understanding of rules and their correct use of terminology.

- All children have had their athletics and games lessons delivered by a professional coach, alongside their class teacher. 

- Staff questionnaires have shown that teachers’ confidence has continued to be high in teaching these skills. 

- Running was our Change4Life based club, which was chosen by the Sports Committee after a successful year last year. The club has engaged 17 different children in sporting activity this year. 24% of these children were previously not engaged with any extra-curricular sporting activity and had been identified as less active. 

Next steps and sustainability:

-Coaches to work alongside staff to develop children’s vocabulary linked to sport and games in particular. PE Coordinator to monitor this through regular discussions with pupils.

-PE Coordinator to develop links with a local athletics club so that children can move from school to club level sport. 

 

Develop curriculum PE provision for Early Years

 

Key indicator 2: The profile of PESSPA being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

 

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

 

Coaching

 

Terms 4-6

=£870

 

KS1

Multi-sports

After school club Thursdays

Terms 3 and 4

=£250

-Build on pupils’ skills and teachers’ subject knowledge in physical development

-Attain a baseline of children’s physical development

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

-Provide enrichment opportunities to foster an early love of sport

 

 - Staff have worked alongside a professional coach to deliver sessions to support physical development. Staff surveys have shown that these sessions have been useful in providing evidence towards the ELGs and have prepared the children for PE lessons in Year 1.

 

Pupil discussions have shown that the children have found these to be enriching experiences.

 

“I have so much fun. I get to play games with my friends.” – Reception child

 

Next steps and sustainability:

-PE Coordinator to provide Reception class with opportunities to engage with after school clubs during term 6 so that they can develop their skills further and have a taster of some of these sessions prior to going into Year 1. 

- PE Coordinator to work with coaching company to ensure staff are becoming more confident in leading these sessions independently. Team-teaching is to be utilised in all sessions.

 

Train sports/play leaders and use zoned areas to promote physical activities during lunch times

 

Key indicator 1:  The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity - the Chief Medical Officer guidelines

recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical

activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school

Cost of lunch clubs

=£1750

-Train KS1 and KS2 play leaders, using sports coaches

-Provide all children with broader experiences across a range of sports/physical activities at lunch times

-Engage more children in physical activity and personal challenge

- Regular physical activity has significantly increased across the school from Term 1 to Term 6, as evidenced by observations and discussions with children and staff.

- 24 children are part of Sports Committee and are actively involved in organising, leading and officiating intra-school events, including personal challenges set up at lunch times.

- 30 children across Years 4 and 5 have had training from professional sports coaches to be play leaders during lunch times.

- MDSAs have received training to support them in planning for active lunch times.

- Zoned areas include 2 coached areas (game-based or personal challenges), 1 area with equipment to play/create games and a trim-trail.

Behaviour has improved with 41 serious incidents or red cards logged during lunch times in Term 2 2018 and only 7 logged in Term 5 2019. This has been seen as a result of play leaders being introduced and zoned areas being utilised with different physical activities for children to choose from. 

Next steps and sustainability:

- PE Coordinator to monitor activity at lunch times and use the Golden Mile as a progress measure for stamina.

- MDSAs and PE Coordinator to continue to train play leaders/Sports Committee on a rolling programme to ensure children remain enthusiastic and motivated in carrying out their roles.

- PE Coordinator to use the Sports Committee to receive regular feedback about lunch times to ensure activities remain engaging.

 

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

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

 

Cost of PE Coordinator cover – 3 days for 2 coordinators

 = £1014

-Achieve the Sainsbury’s School Games Platinum Mark

- Achieve the Quality Start Mark for KS1

-Refine assessment strategies using technology

-Develop parental engagement

-Develop quality of teaching

-Manage and monitor PE by observing lessons across the school

-Use observations to inform policy and practice

-Develop leadership skills and build on the new PE coordinator’s current knowledge to ensure monitoring and analysis of teaching and assessment continues to be of a high standard

-The school has been awarded the Platinum School Games Mark for 2018-19. We are the first school in the South Downs area to achieve this. 

-The PE Coordinator has carried out observations of professional coaches working alongside teachers to ensure provision remains good or outstanding.

-Video recording has been used to evaluate performances and improve formative assessment strategies within lessons.

-Last year’s target to use Seesaw as a platform to share the children’s sporting achievements and performances with parents has been achieved through work regularly being uploaded and shared with parents on Seesaw.  

Next steps and sustainability:

-PE Coordinator to work alongside ASSR PE Coordinator to develop provision across the federation.  

Provide alternative activities to engage the least active children in sporting activity

 

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity - the Chief Medical Officer guidelines

recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical

activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school

Sports Committee taster sessions

~ £455

 

Cost of breakfast club – T1-6

~£750

 

Cost of lunch time club

Terms 1-6

~£750

 

 

- Engage less active pupils (as identified by clubs tracker) in extra-curricular sporting activity

- Provide a broader range of activities/sports within our extra-curricular provision

- Broaden all pupils’ experiences of sporting activities by providing them with taster sessions of alternative sports

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Taster sessions of alternative sports last year led to a morning fencing club being run this year. 5 children who had not previously engaged with extracurricular clubs, have attended fencing.

- Following the success of the ‘Year 6 Get Active Club’ which started in Term 3 last year, this club has continued this year. This engaged every child in Year 6 and increased participation significantly from the beginning of last year.

-9 different clubs have been offered this year, including; football, gymnastics, running, netball, cricket, rounders, fencing, karate and Year 6 Get Active Club. This includes 1 club that has previously not been offered.

Next steps and sustainability:

PE Coordinator to work with Sports Committee to plan future clubs which ensure participation and engagement is maximised by providing activities that they are excited by.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Provide additional swimming provision targeted to pupils not able to meet the swimming requirements of the national curriculum

 

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

 

Cost of swimming instruction and travel

~£1212.50

- Provide those identified in Term 4 as not meeting the end of Key Stage 2 swimming requirements with additional provision in Term 6

- Raise attainment in PE at the end of KS2

 

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

Please complete all of the below:

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?

94%

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?

94%

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?

94%

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?

Yes/No

Utilise technology to develop pupils’ leadership skills and enhance parental engagement

 

Key indicator 2: The profile of PESSPA being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Cost of Samsung S2 tablets

 

15 x £256 = £3840

- Raise attainment through developing pupils as leaders of sport who record and feedback on performances

- Develop pupils’ evaluative skills through recording/labelling performances and skills

- Share curriculum and extra-curricular experiences of PE and sport with parents through the Seesaw app

- The use of technology in PE has dramatically improved from Term 1 to Term 6, as evidenced by a scrutiny of Seesaw work.

Percentage of parents who have engaged with Seesaw to view their child’s work:

Reception: 89%

Year 1: 94%

Year 2: 83%

Year 3: 93%

Year 4: 84%

Year 5: 79%

Year 6: 78%

Whole school total number of parent visits: 5294

Whole school number of ‘likes’ by parents: 4390

Whole school number of comments by parents: 794

- Every child has been provided with the opportunity to learn to lead through curriculum PE as part of the lesson structure. They have used technology to evaluate and improve their own and others’ performances.

Next steps and sustainability:

PE Coordinator to place value on the use of technology in PE by having it as a focus area during observations and when discussing provision with pupils.

Summary

Total School Sports Premium Received

£17,960.97

Total Expenditure

£17,503.50

Money remaining

£457.47

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