Primary School Sports Premium Fund 2014/15

Primary School Sports Premium Awarded

Total number of pupils on roll

199

Lump sum

£8000

Amount received per pupil               (£5 x 171)

£855

Actual Amount Received

£8855

Summary of School Sports Premium

Objectives 2014/15:

- To provide support to develop pupils’ sporting potential (particularly those who are gifted)

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

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

- 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

Record of spending by item/project

Item/Project:

Cost:

Objectives:

Outcomes/Impact:

Hailsham Cluster Sports Partnership

Affiliation= £880

Transport to orienteering and athletics= £223

-Provide pupils with broader experiences in PE

-Enable pupils to participate in inter-school competition

-Throughout the academic year, pupils have had opportunities to participate in 14 inter-school events (level 2) which included 11 different sports that have been organised by our local SGO, as part of the Hailsham cluster.

- All Year 6 pupils were able to participate in an inter-school orienteering festival.

-18 Year 5 pupils participated in an athletics event.

Celebrate sporting achievements

Medals/trophies = £20

-Raise the profile of sport within school

-Engage pupils in sport and celebrate achievement and participation

 -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.


-Parents are informed about sporting achievements through the website and within newsletters. Pupils celebrate their accomplishments as part of our ‘Good Learning’ assemblies. 

Enhance gymnastics provision

(Rec-Y6)

Affiliation to British Schools Gymnastics Association = £12

 

Coaching = £756

 

 

-Build on pupil’s skills and teacher’s 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

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

-Talented gymnasts were identified and ten children have gone on to train at 1066 Gymnastics Club regularly.

-41 children participated in gymnastics as an extracurricular activity.

-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.

Percentage of children achieveing end of year expectations:

Level

EOY Y2

2014-2015

Level

EOY Y6

2014-2015

WT

3%

WT

0% 

NS

76%

NS

75% 

M

21%

M

 25%

 

Develop provision within curriculum PE with a focus on cricket

(Years 1-6)

Cost of equipment

= £47.99

 

Coaching = £960

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

-Provide pupils with broader experiences within PE

-Enrich pupils’ experiences of cricket

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

-Raise attainment

-The school has developed its own cricket team. This team competed at both intra and inter-school competitions, including a level 2 event hosted by the school in association with Herstmonceux Cricket Club and Sussex Cricket Board.

-Talented cricketers were identified and three pupils have gone on to train and play competitively for Herstmonceux Cricket Club. 10 pupils have attended holiday camps run by Skillz Cricket during half terms. 

-47 pupils participated in a competitive cricket tournament (either level 1 or 2) compared with the 20 pupils who competed in the previous year.

-Staff have worked alongside specialist coaches to develop their knowledge of cricket and staff surveys have shown that all staff are more confident after working alongside the coach, than they were before. 

Raise the profile of tag-rugby within school sport

Cost of equipment

= £89.90

 

Taster Day =

£245

 

After school club for Terms 3 and 4

= £315

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

-Develop pupil’s and teacher’s 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

 -All pupils were able to learn some of the basic skills and rules of tag-rugby within the taster session.

-Staff were able to develop their understanding of rugby and following discussions with staff who are responsible for delivering rugby within the curriculum, they felt that they had discovered new ideas for developing pupils' skills. 

-Tag-rugby club ran for terms 3 and 4 and engaged some pupils who had not previously participated in an extracurricular club previously. This was a new club for the school and was well received by pupils. 

-Gifted players were signposted to the extracurricular club to develop their skills further.

Raise the profile of netball and basketball within school sport

Cost of equipment

= £84.43

 

After school club

= £595

 

Hi-Five Netball training = £25

-Provide all children with an opportunity to play netball or basketball

-Develop pupil’s and teacher’s subject knowledge in netball

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

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

-The school has its own netball team. This team competed at both intra and inter-school competitions, including particpating in the Heathfield Netball League. The school hosted a game at the school, using the equipment that was purchased. 

-The PE Coordinator attended Hi-Five netball training and used the resources provided to develop the netball club. These resources were also passed onto other staff to support them in delivering primary netball, using this format. 

-Netball club ran throughout the year and engaged 27 pupils in extracurricular activity.

-Gifted players were signposted to the extracurricular club to develop their skills further. 

-24 children from Years 5 and 6 participated in a basketball skills session and tournament organised by Hailsham Community College.

Develop athletics provision

(Rec- Y6)

 

Coaching =

£1715

 

Taster Day =

£245

 

After school club

= £385

 

 

-Provide all children with opportunities to engage in athletic events

-Develop pupil’s and teacher’s subject knowledge

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

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

-Raise attainment

-The school has developed its own athletics team. This team competed at both intra and inter-school competitions, including a level 1 competition that was organised and run by the specialist coach, John Waghorn.

-Talented runners were identified and three pupils have gone on to train with the Hailsham Harriers after being signposted to the club.

-All pupils had the opportunity to take part in athletic activities within the curriculum and 18 pupils engaged with the extracurricular club on a weekly basis. This was a new club for the school and was well received by pupils. 

-Staff have worked alongside specialist coaches to develop their knowledge of athletics and staff surveys have shown that all staff have broadened their knowledge of acitvities to use to develop and enhance pupils' skills. 

Opportunities for talented tennis players

Cost of equipment

= £92.00

 


-Identify talented pupils

-Improve provision by providing them with specific/adapted equipment

- Provide additional opportunities for these players to engage in competitive sport

-Talented pupils were identified by staff and were utilised to develop and coach other children during lunch times. The children also organised, mangaged and officiated intra-school games between pupils.

-Talented tennis players utilised the tennis courts and low pressure balls to develop their skills during lunch times and play competitive matches between each other.

-2 members of staff, including the PE Coordinator, attended the LTA Primary Teacher Tennis Training (free of charge). They learnt how to utilise resources and support pupils in developing their skills. This will feed into the future planning of curriculum tennis and will support talented pupils in deepening their skills.

EYFS/KS1 PE and sport provision

Cost of equipment

= £48.90

 

Year 1 and 2 Dance workshop = £329

-Provide pupils with broader experiences in PE

-Engage EYFS/KS1 in sport

-Enrich pupils’ experiences by working with professional coaches

-Raise attainment

-Resources have engaged pupils in a broader range of outdoor activities and observations show an increase in pupils’ activity levels, particularly when using the bikes. 

-All pupils have engaged in sessions run by external coaches.

-Year 1 and 2 particpated in a Bollywood workshop, which following discussions, showed the children were able to develop a dance sequence, as well as build on their coordination and poise within the sessions. Staff were able to build on from this session in subsequent lessons and provide pupils with a broader experience of dance. 

Develop school teams and sports committee

Leotards = £137.70

Sports committee badges and shirts

= £143.75

Swimming coaching= £306

-Provide the teams and the committee with a clear identify using kits.

 -Provide pupils with broader opportunities in PE and develop a wider range of school teams. 

-Clear kits, includung badges and blue branded t-shirts, have enabled the Sports Committee to be easily identified. Discussions with pupils have shown that they feel that the kit makes them feel more like a team, as they wear a uniform when carrying out their responsibilities. 

-The Sports Committee have organised new equipment for the school and  have also helped to organise, manage and officiate 10 intra-school events. 

-Gymnasts wore their leotards during intra and inter-school competitions. Discussions with pupils showed that they felt t more 'professional' and that the kit helped them to feel more confident when performing.  

-Swimmers who were previously non-swimmers are now able to swim to a the expected standard for KS2 pupils. The school has also developed a swim team. 

Gold Sainsbury’s School Games Mark

Cost of PE Coordinator release time

 = £990

-Achieve the Sainsbury’s School Games Gold Mark

-Provide  extra-curricular and competitive sporting opportunities for KS2

- Sports Committee to develop PE/Sport provision

-The school achieved the Sainsbury's School Games Gold Mark in July 2015.

-Pupils have been provided with opportunities to particpate in 10 intra-school events and 17 inter-school events (KS2) throughout this year.

-The Sports Committee has been developed and has improved sport provision by doubling the number of intra-school events offered, compared with last year.  

Summary

Total School Sports Premium Received

£8855

Total Expenditure

£8645.67

Money remaining

£209.33