Warren Hills Community Primary School

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Welcome to Warren Hills school

Sports Premium

As part of the Government’s Sport Premium initiative Warren Hills receive around £8700 to improve the quality of sport and PE. OFSTED will be focusing on how effectively this premium is used towards the given objective and, as a school, we will be held to account about how we have spent this money.

Use of sport’s premium 2017 – 2018

Anticipated funding for this year is £16000

PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator

School Focus/Planned Impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

 

Planned funding

Actual funding

Success Criteria/evidence

Actual Impact (review) on Pupils

Sustainability/Next Steps

1.The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity.

 

2. The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To encourage all children to participate in PE and/or sporting events. (Last yr 80% of KS2 participated in a school competition – increase to 90%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

To encourage children to be physically active for at least 60 minutes a day of which 30 minutes should be in school.

(last yr 59% of ks2 attended extra curricular clubs – increase to 70%)

Participate in NW Leicestershire School Sports Partnership Option 2.

This option lets us:

 

- Competition (school Games levels 1,2 and 3)

-Leadership and volunteering support for young leaders.

- CPD and coaching opportunities

- PLT training days

- equipment loan scheme

 

 

 

 

Sports Coach

Extra curricular activities offering a range of sporting opportunities

 

Bronze Ambassadors

Play coach training for 30 year 5/6 children

4 Year 6 children to attend training to establish SSOC and sport’s council level 1.

 

£2785

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£5000

 

 

Increased participation in sporting activities, including team activities and sports clubs.

 

Greater variety of equipment available for use without the expense of school purchasing or having to provide storage.

 

The PE lead will be kept up to date with partnership developments and sporting opportunities by attending PLT training days.

Staff have attended some of the CPD available to teaching staff.

 

 

More children attending extra curricular clubs, especially with the Year 3 cohort (35% participated in extra- curricular clubs last year)

 

Play coach timetable set up working with Y1 – 3.

 

4 children attended bronze ambassador training. Working with sports coach to help run clubs and level 1 competitions. Timetable in place for them to organise and lead small clubs.

 

 

2. The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement

 

3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

 

 

 

 

To raise standards in pedagogy and continuous provision by subscribing to NWLSSP option 2 and employment of sports coach.

 

Storage and equipment for new sports pitch for use at playtimes.

 

Replace and update current PE equipment.

Sports coach:

Team teaching with class teachers with a focus on planning and teaching skills.

Use of Big Moves initiative with our nursery children and EYFS.

Organising lunchtime clubs and after school clubs. Identify target groups. Using bronze ambassadors to help.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CPD

Varied opportunities offered to all staff

 

£5000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£1000

 

Increased enjoyment in lessons. High quality lessons being taught with good subject knowledge being shared with teaching staff who might have limited experience teaching some sports.

High quality club provision with increased participation,

Teaching staff have increased confidence to plan and deliver high quality PE lessons.

 

 

 

4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

 

 

To provide positive experiences of alternative sports.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Improve and maintain provision of PE equipment

 

Take part in the ‘Happy Lunchtime’ initiative

To provide all children across the school with access to the Active8 scheme

Badminton coach to come in.

Purchase an archery kit and attend training.

Bronze ambassadors to learn how to use cup stacking kit and organise and lead a club.

Bronze ambassadors to organise a boccia club.

Experience Ultimate Frisbee.

Zumba teacher

 

Girls football club using Coalville Ravenettes coach to develop club link.

 

Increased levels of activity at playtimes. Fewer incidents of poor behaviour.

Update playtime equipment for play coaches to deliver exciting sessions.

 

 

Promote benefits of the scheme on Newsletters and website.

 

£1000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£1000

 

Badminton coach to deliver a taster session for Y4/5 to gain interest for extra curricular club. Then to work with Year 4 during curriculum time and enter a team into a local competition.

Sports coach attended training for using archery kit. Lunchtime club set up and used kit in curriculum time for cross curricular work.

 

Bronze ambassadors to set up inter house competitions for Boccia and cup stacking.

 

 

Increased participation levels in PE lessons with enough working equipment for all. Skill levels to improve with using the right equipment.

A whole school approach to increase physical activity and enjoyment at lunchtimes with training for our lunchtime staff.

 

Increase numbers of children using the leisure centres.

 

 

 

5.Increased participation in competitive sports

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enter teams in SSP events and festivals. Organise competitions with collaborative schools . (Last yr 80% of KS2 participated in a school competition – increase to 90%)

 

 

 

To keep a school tracking system for participation in Level 1 and 2 competitions.

Target less active children and Year 3 class.

 

Transport costs to SSP events and collaborative events.

 

 

 

 

 

£500

 

More children will participate in competitive and non-competitive physical activity.

 

Different sporting events can be entered and not reliant upon using staff cars or walking.

 

 

2017 - 2018

 

Archery

We have spent some of the sports premium money on an archery set for school. We are hoping that this alternative sport will engage more children with sport. Mr Mason, our sports coach, went on some training on how to use the set and is training our Bronze Ambassadors so that they can run their own club after Christmas.

Year 3/4 Dodgeball

We took 6 children to the collaborative schools dodgeball event. It was the first time for some in representing the school in a competition. They played really well winning some of their games.

Our Year 2 class had a great morning practising different sporting skills alongside other Year 2 children from different schools.

We took 10 children from Year 5/6 to compete in the sports hall athletics event. This was the first time at this event for most of them and the first time for 2 children to represent our school in a competitive event! Well done to all!

Year 5/6 football. Our team have played 3 matches against other schools in our collaborative. They have won 1 and lost 2. Well done to the girls who took part for the first time!

Sport’s Premium Funding – Impact evaluation for the academic year 2016-17

 

Key objectives and anticipated benefits.

Positive impacts on staff development and pupil progress

1.  Participate in NW Leicestershire School Sports Partnership Option 2.

A percentage of the premium will be used to be involved in the successful school sports partnership for NW Leics. We have bought into option 2 which will give us:

 

v Competition (school Games levels 1,2 and 3)

 

v PLT training days

 

v Support to PLT’s to share CPD across the whole school/practical support to introduce new concepts.

 

v Leadership and volunteering support for young leaders.

 

v Equipment loan scheme

 

v CPD and coaching opportunities

Due to links with SSP (School Sports Partnership) the school has participated in a wide range of activities such as, Playcoach training for Year 6, Health Roadshows for Year 2, Multiskills events for Year 1 and Year 2, inclusive New age kurling and boccia festivals, TAG rugby festival, Tri-golf festival, Swimming gala, basketball, quick sticks hockey, netball, dodgeball, cyclo cross and athletics.

There has been good participation in take up of competitive festivals. All children in KS2 took part in Level 1 competitions within their PE lessons.

Level 1 (lunchtime): Year 3 = 38% Year 4 = 50% Year 5 = 28% Year 6 = 35%

Our sports coach is going to look to build on the provision of L1 competitions at lunchtime.

Level 2 competitions (percentage of children who took part in 1 or more L2 event) = Year 3 = 15% Year 4 = 100% Year 5 = 100% Year 6 = 53%

The PLT will focus on ensuring that next academic year the Year 3’s have more opportunities to take part in L2 competitions which may require paying for transport to attend events not previously participated in.

The SSP also gives us access to CPD (see below).

The lead practitioner has also been able to attend termly meetings with SSP and lead practitioners from other schools. This has enabled good practice to be shared and ways forward to continue to develop school sport.

Further to being part of the SSP the collaboration of schools we are with set up a sports/PE network. The 6 schools met up termly and arranged further sporting competitions/festivals such as football, netball, rugby, dodgeball and athletics.

 

 2. Improve the teaching of Physical Education and the learning experience for all pupils.

 

Set up orienteering course around school grounds by outside professional and staff training for all.

 

 

 

 

Employment of a new sports coach (last years sports apprentice). He will be teaching PE across the whole school and running lunchtime, playtime and after school clubs.

Our sports coach has made a great impact to our provision of school sport. Over the year he has been working closely with the lead practitioner and all staff in the nursery and the school. He has shown great initiative and good management skills as well as planning and leading exciting PE lessons.

Our sports coach has been on every playground duty to take groups onto the ball court for football. At lunchtimes he set up a timetable for different classes to use the ball court where he set up different activities. One of the activities was for interhouse competitions such as dodgeball, basketball and hockey for all KS2. He has run 4 nights of after school clubs which has enabled us to increase participation.

 

We have a permanent orienteering course set up with 12 markers within the school grounds and all teaching staff have received training on how to deliver orienteering in the class, hall and outside.

 

Other members of staff have attended CPD:

Gymnastics– Year 1 teacher

Badminton – Year 4 teacher

Big moves - PLT

 

3. Improve the PE equipment that the pupils have access to in order to improve specific skills in a range of sporting areas.

 

Storage and equipment for new sports pitch for use at playtimes.

 

Replace and update current PE equipment.

Through regular monitoring of equipment in the PE cupboard we have replaced any damaged equipment and ensured there is enough of everything for all children to have access to in their lessons.

Next year we will look at an outside storage unit and renew the equipment for playtimes.

 4. Provide greater extra-curricular sporting opportunities for all pupils.

In addition to our own sports coach we will bring in sport specific coaches to inspire our children to undertake afterschool sport.

The use of our own sports coach over the year enabled the school to offer a different afterschool club each term on 4 days for Key Stage 1 and 2. We had a tracking system in place to ensure we were reaching all groups of children. The percentage of children attending clubs:

Year 3 = 40% Year 4 = 77% Year 5 = 59% Year 6 =70%

Our sports coach is going to focus on Year 3’s participation in extra -curricular clubs next academic year.

 

We had a badminton coach running an afterschool club. The coach ran a taster session for children in Year 4 and 5 to help generate interest. A couple of children then went on to join the club at the leisure centre on a week night.

We made links with a coach from the leisure centre who ran a 5 week Tri-sport afterschool club. This club was available to the children in school holidays at the leisure centre where they could use their active 8 card to access this.

 

 

Use of sport’s premium 2016 – 2017

Anticipated funding for this year is £8776.

Key objectives and anticipated benefits.

Costing

Impact

1.  Participate in NW Leicestershire School Sports Partnership Option 2.

A percentage of the premium will be used to be involved in the successful school sports partnership for NW Leics. We have bought into option 2 which will give us:

 

- Competition (school Games levels 1,2 and 3)

 

-PLT training days

 

-Support to PLT’s to share CPD across the whole school/practical support to introduce new concepts.

 

-Leadership and volunteering support for young leaders.

 

-Equipment loan scheme

 

-CPD and coaching opportunities

£2995

 

Increased participation in sporting activities, including team activities and sports clubs.

 

High quality CPD available to teaching staff.

 

Greater variety of equipment available for use without the expense of school purchasing or having to provide storage.

2. Improve the teaching of Physical Education and the learning experience for all pupils.

 

Set up orienteering course around school grounds by outside professional and staff training for all.

 

 

 

 

Employment of a new sports coach (last years sports apprentice). He will be teaching PE across the whole school and running lunchtime, playtime and after school clubs.

 

 

 

 

£400

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£4081

 

 

 

Develop the OAA area of the PE curriculum. Develop team work amongst pupils. Increased enjoyment and participation by using the outdoors as a learning environment. Linking orienteering with other areas of the curriculum

 

Increased enjoyment in lessons. High quality lessons being taught with a good subject knowledge.

High quality club provision with increased participation,

 

3. Improve the PE equipment that the pupils have access to in order to improve specific skills in a range of sporting areas.

 

Storage and equipment for new sports pitch for use at playtimes.

 

Replace and update current PE equipment.

 

 

 

 

£500

 

 

Increased levels of activity at playtimes. Fewer incidents of poor behaviour.

 

 

Increased participation levels in PE lessons with enough working equipment for all. Skill levels to improve with using the right equipment.

4. Provide greater extra-curricular sporting opportunities for all pupils.

In addition to our own sports coach we will bring in sport specific coaches to inspire our children to undertake afterschool sport.

 

£800

 

 

 High quality after school sports provision.

Increased participation

Increased variety of the sports clubs available.

More children will participate in competitive and non-competitive physical activity.

Sports Ambassadors

 We have 4 Year 6 children who are our sports ambassadors. During the spring term they organised and ran some clubs for children across the school to help raise the profile of school sport and having fun. They ran a basketball shooting club and two speed cup stacking clubs. We are entering a speed cup stacking competition in the summer term.

For the summer term the sports ambassadors have organised a football skills club for year 2, a badminton club, a tennis club and another speed cup stacking club!

The ambassadors are also doing a great job overseeing our 20 Playcoaches by signing their activity logs and organising their certificates.

Badminton Club

After a successful taster session for our Year 4 and 5 class we have filled all 12 spaces for the club running after school on Tuesdays. We have booked the coach to come in again after half term to run another club so no one misses out!

Year 3/4 Kwick Cricket coaching

 We are taking part with the 'Chance to shine' coaching with the Leicestershire Cricket team. Children in Year 3 and 4 have received some coaching sessions. If anyone wants to continue with developing their cricket skills then we have a great club near us -Broomleys Cricket Club.

Active 8 Tri-sport

 All of our children have an active 8 card where points are put on for taking part in PE lessons and attending after school clubs. These points can be used at the Hermitage Leisure Centre towards payment for a variety of activities. To make our children aware of what is available to them we had one of the leisure centre coaches running an after school club where they tried different sports each week. We had 20 children attend this club.

Climbing wall

We had a mobile climbing wall in school for the day. Children in Year 2 to 6 all had the chance to climb to the top. Some of the children really challenged themselves to climb as high as they could.

Year 5/6 Quick Sticks Hockey competition

 We took 2 teams to the Sports partnership hockey competition. They all played well and one of the teams made it to the quarter finals. 

Year 3/4 football team

We had great success with our Year 3/4 football team. We played matches against our collaborative schools where we were unbeaten!! (1 draw)

Year 5/6 Swimming GalaWe took 8 swimmers to the partnership swimming gala. They all swam very well with some good individual performances 

KS1 New Age Kurling

 4 of our KS1 children went to Thringstone Primary School for this new event. They were very excited and won quite a few matches.

Autumn Term events

  Sport’s Premium Funding – Impact evaluation for the academic year 2015-16

 

Key objectives and anticipated benefits.

Positive impacts on staff development and pupil progress

1.  Participate in NW Leicestershire School Sports Partnership Option 2.

A percentage of the premium will be used to be involved in the successful school sports partnership for NW Leics. We have bought into option 2 which will give us access to compete in all level 2 competitions, festivals,CPD and coaching opportunities.

Due to links with SSP (School Sports Partnership) the school has participated in a wide range of activities such as, Playcoach training for Year 6, Health Roadshows for Year 2 and Year 4, Multiskills events for Year 1 and Year 2, inclusive New age kurling and boccia festivals, TAG rugby festival, Tri-golf festival, Swimming gala, basketball, quick sticks hockey, netball, dodgeball, cyclo cross and athletics.

There has been good participation in take up of competitive festivals. The SSP also gives us access to CPD (see below).

The lead practitioner has also been able to attend termly meetings with SSP and lead practitioners from other schools. This has enabled good practice to be shared and ways forward to continue to develop school sport.

Further to being part of the SSP the collaboration of schools we are with set up a sports/PE network. The 6 schools met up termly and arranged further sporting competitions/festivals such as football, netball, rugby, dance and athletics.

 

2. Improve the teaching of Physical Education and the learning experience for all pupils.

A sports apprentice will be employed to work alongside staff and targeted groups. Support Magic breakfast with games, develop more lunchtime clubs (level 1 competitions) and after school clubs. The apprentice will also carry out interventions to develop friendship and cooperation.

 

Set up orienteering course around school grounds by outside professional and staff training for all.

 

Teaching staff will be given the opportunity to undertake P.E. training. The aim is to improve the quality of teaching.

Our sports apprentice has made a great impact to our provision of school sport. Over the year he has been working closely with the lead practitioner (his mentor) and all staff in the nursery and the school. He has shown great initiative and good management skills as well as planning and leading exciting PE lessons. He attended a variety of CPD courses through the SSP and Loughborough college. This has included:

Swimming reach and rescue, Hockey, tennis, gymnastics. PE at KS1, kwik cricket, dodgeball, netball,

From attending these courses he has been able to plan effective lessons and cascade ideas to teachers supporting his lessons.

Our apprentice has been on most playground duties to take groups onto the ball court for football. At lunchtimes he set up a timetable for different classes to use the ball court where he set up different activities. One of these activities included an inter house dodgeball competition for all KS2 and basketball competition for Year 6. He has assisted in all sporting after school clubs which has enabled us to increase the numbers attending. He has set up his own after school club for girls football encouraging the less confident and active girls to join.

 

Unfortunately orienteering hasn’t been set up this academic year due to the contact being busy with other schools. This will hopefully happen next year.

 

Other members of staff (other than apprentice) have attended CPD:

KS1 PE – Year 1 teacher

Literacy through PE – Year 1 and 4+ teacher

Balanceability – Nursey teacher and TA. This has led to the TA planning and leading balanceability with 4+ children

Cheerleading – Teaching Assisstant

3. Improve the PE equipment that the pupils have access to in order to improve specific skills in a range of sporting areas.

 

Quick sticks hockey class set.

Balls.

Cheerleading poms poms

Storage and equipment for new sports pitch.

Through purchasing the quick sticks hockey set which included a scheme of work, a progressive scheme of work was implemented for KS2. This scheme made hockey PE lessons fun where children developed their skills. We were able to enter 2 teams for the SSP hockey festival (the first time we have entered) where one of our teams made it to the quarter finals.

After one of our teaching assistants attended the SSP CPD cheerleading course she purchased some poms poms and set up an after school club for all year groups which was well attended, especially by girls.

Through regular monitoring of equipment in the PE cupboard we have replaced any damaged equipment and ensured there is enough of everything for all children to have access to in their lessons.

Next year we will look at an outside storage unit and renew the equipment for playtimes.

4. Provide greater extra-curricular sporting opportunities for all pupils.

A wider variety of coaches will be acquired to inspire our children to undertake afterschool sport; more children will participate in competitive and non-competitive physical activity.

The use of a specialist sports coach over the year enabled the school to offer a games club for Key Stage 1 and 2, with support from our apprentice.

We had a karate coach running an afterschool club where parents paid half and sports premium money paid half. The coach ran a taster session for all classes then a well attended club. We had a lot of children from Year 3 attending (one of our target groups). A couple of children then went on to join his club on a week night.

We made links with a local bowls club partly funded with sports premium money. They ran a taster session for Year 6 then an after school club. This resulted in one girl joining their junior section of the club.

Use of sport’s premium 2015 – 2016

Anticipated funding for this year is £8776.

Money carried over from last academic year = £3343

Key objectives and anticipated benefits.

Specific year group/key personnel to be targeted.

Proposed outside agencies/coaching companies involved.

Costing

1.  Participate in NW Leicestershire School Sports Partnership Option 2.

A percentage of the premium will be used to be involved in the successful school sports partnership for NW Leics. We have bought into option 2 which will give us access to compete in all level 2 competitions, festivals,CPD and coaching opportunities.

All pupils

 

Teaching staff

Sports coaches from the SSP will organise and run all competitions and festivals.

£2995

2. Improve the teaching of Physical Education and the learning experience for all pupils.

A sports apprentice will be employed to work alongside staff and targeted groups. Support Magic breakfast with games, develop more lunchtime clubs (level 1 competitions) and after school clubs. The apprentice will also carry out interventions to develop friendship and cooperation.

 

Set up orienteering course around school grounds by outside professional and staff training for all.

 

Teaching staff will be given the opportunity to undertake P.E. training. The aim is to improve the quality of teaching.

Teaching staff

 

 

Teaching assistants

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Loughborough Sports College

 

 

SSP coaches

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Use of the orienteering contact (local club) through the collaboration.

 

CPD for using ipads in lessons

£6938

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carry over to next year

3. Improve the PE equipment that the pupils have access to in order to improve specific skills in a range of sporting areas.

 

Quick sticks hockey class set.

Balls.

Cheerleading poms poms

Storage and equipment for new sports pitch.

Pupils in all year groups.

 

All teaching staff.

Consultation between the PE coordinator, Sports apprentice and sports coach to discuss new equipment that will improve PE sessions.

£348.50 for quicksticks

 

 

 

 

 

£931

4. Provide greater extra-curricular sporting opportunities for all pupils.

A wider variety of coaches will be acquired to inspire our children to undertake afterschool sport; more children will participate in competitive and non-competitive physical activity.

Pupils in all year groups.

Target Year 4 as only 32% participated in after school clubs last year.

Ensure Year 3 children participate in clubs

Zumba teacher (Leila McKenzie)

Nick Lester – tactician coaching

Simon Coope Karate school

SSP Sports coaches.

Carry over next year

 

£768.50

 

 

Karate £45 / session but will be half funded by parental contributions = £138

 Total amount spent in academic year 2015 – 16  = £12,119

Sport’s Premium Funding – Impact evaluation for the academic year 2014-15

Key objectives

Positive impacts on staff development and pupil progress

1.  Participate in NW Leicestershire School Sports Partnership Option 2.

 

Due to links with SSP (School Sports Partnership) the school offers a wide range of activities such as, Playcoach training for Year 6, Health Roadshows for Year 2 and Year 4, Multiskills events for Year 1 and Year 2, inclusive New age kurling and boccia festivals, TAG rugby festival, Tri-golf festival, Swimming gala, basketball, dodgeball and athletics.

There has been good participation in take up of competitive festivals. The SSP also gives us access to CPD (see below).

 

Further to being part of the SSP the collaboration of schools we are with set up a sports/PE network. The 6 schools met up termly and arranged further sporting competitions/festivals such as football, netball, rugby, dance and athletics.

 

2. Improve the teaching of Physical Education and the learning experience for all pupils.

A specialist coach will be utilised to work alongside our own staff to aid staff development.

 

Teaching staff will be given the opportunity to undertake P.E. training. The aim is to improve the quality of teaching.

The lead practitioner has created a stimulating and inclusive PE curriculum which enables children to be prepared with the right skills to take part in festivals and competitions.

A specialist sports coach has worked with teachers and support staff which has allowed them to develop their PE teaching and become upskilled.

Standards in PE are good where boys and girls of all ages, abilities and interests have acquired new knowledge and skills.

Children have been identified on the gifted and talented register and some of their needs were catered for through the collaboration group (6 schools).

Lunchtime supervisors attended CPD in skipping games ideas through the SSP. This has led to some skipping activities being set up at a lunchtime.

The PE coordinator attended CPD in tennis and orienteering through the SSP. The tennis CPD gave access to a free bag of tennis equipment and teaching resources (Tennis lessons across KS1 and 2, 30 rackets and 60 balls!) This has resulted in good progressive skills being taught across the whole school with confidence. The orienteering has given the PE coordinator some good ideas which will be developed over the next academic year once the ball court and new garden area have been established.

 

3. Improve the PE equipment that the pupils have access to in order to improve specific skills in a range of sporting areas.

Money was spent on outside playtime equipment for the play coaches to use. A timetable was set up for the younger children to take part in play coach led lunchtime sessions.

Money was spent to improve PE equipment such as a variety of balls, beanbags and hoops.

4. Provide greater extra-curricular sporting opportunities for all pupils.

A wider variety of coaches will be acquired to inspire our children to undertake afterschool sport; more children will participate in competitive and non-competitive physical activity

The use of a specialist sports coach over the year enabled the school to offer a football club for Key Stage 2, a games club for Key stage 1, Tennis for both key stage 1 and 2.

A zumba coach was employed who carried out taster sessions for all classes which followed in a great uptake for the Keys stage 1 and separate Key stage 2 zumba club.

We employed a boxing coach from the local club which turned out to be a great club for Key Stage 2 girls who thoroughly enjoyed the fitness through skipping!

We had a dance teacher from the local dance club come in to work with all classes. As a result some of the children went on to join her dance club on a Saturday morning.

 

 

NEXT YEAR:

  • Apprentice – extend before and after school clubs, lunchtime clubs

                         Team building intervention groups to develop friendship and cooperation

                        Brain gym intervention to help fine motor control and concentration.

                        Interhouse competition

  • SSP – option 2
  • Set up orienteering
  • Quick sticks hockey set
  • CPD – swim reach and rescue, use of ipads in PE,
  • Coaching opportunities – karate (Simon Coope), zumba (Leila)
  • Equipment / storage for new sports pitch.

Use of sport’s premium 2014 – 2015

Anticipated funding for this year is £8534

Key objectives and anticipated benefits.

Specific year group/key personnel to be targeted.

Proposed outside agencies/coaching companies involved.

Costing

1.  Participate in NW Leicestershire School Sports Partnership Option 2.

A percentage of the premium will be used to be involved in the successful school sports partnership for NW Leics. We have bought into level 2 which will give us access to compete in all level 2 competitions, festivals and coaching opportunities.

All pupils

 

Teaching staff

Sports coaches from the SSP will organise and run all competitions and festivals.

£2705

2. Improve the teaching of Physical Education and the learning experience for all pupils.

A specialist coach will be utilised to work alongside our own staff to aid staff development.

 

Teaching staff will be given the opportunity to undertake P.E. training. The aim is to improve the quality of teaching.

Teaching staff

 

 

Teaching assistants

Tactician coaching

 

 

£1600

3. Improve the PE equipment that the pupils have access to in order to improve specific skills in a range of sporting areas.

Pupils in all year groups.

 

All teaching staff.

Consultation between the PE coordinator, Sports apprentice and sports coach to discuss new equipment that will improve PE sessions.

£886

4. Provide greater extra-curricular sporting opportunities for all pupils.

A wider variety of coaches will be acquired to inspire our children to undertake afterschool sport; more children will participate in competitive and non-competitive physical activity.

Pupils in all year groups.

ABC boxing club

Maz Mason – street dancing

Zumba teacher

Nick Lester – tactician coaching

Choose how you move cycling programme.

SSP Sports coaches.

 

 

Money to carry over to next academic year to help fund use of sports apprentice = £3343

Sport’s Premium Funding – Impact evaluation for the academic year 2013-14

Key objectives

Positive impacts on staff development and pupil progress

1.  Participate in NW Leicestershire School Sports Partnership Option 2.

 

Due to links with SSP (School Sports Partnership) the school offers a wide range of activities such as, Playcoach training for Year 6, Health Roadshows for Year 2 and Year 4, Multiskills events for Year 1 and Year 2, inclusive New age kurling and boccia festivals, TAG rugby festival, Tri-golf festival, Swimming gala, athletics, Zumba coach, Souper stars.

There has been an increase in take up of competitive festivals to previous years.

Further to being part of the SSP the collaboration of schools we are with set up a sports/PE network. The 6 schools met up termly and arranged further sporting competitions/festivals such as football, netball, rugby, dance and athletics.

2. Improve the teaching of Physical Education and the learning experience for all pupils.

A specialist coach will be utilised to work alongside our own staff to aid staff development.

A sports Apprentice will be shared with another local primary school. They will work alongside staff working with targeted groups.

 

Teaching staff will be given the opportunity to undertake P.E. training. The aim is to improve the quality of teaching.

The lead practitioner has created a stimulating and inclusive PE curriculum which enables children to be prepared with the right skills to take part in festivals and competitions.

A specialist sports coach has worked with teachers and support staff which has allowed them to develop their PE teaching and become upskilled.

The sports apprentice worked closely with the lead PE practitioner and specialist sports coach to assist with lessons and work with targeted groups within lessons. This led to increased participation (troublesome boys and reluctant girls).

Standards in PE have improved (observations) where boys and girls of all ages, abilities and interests have acquired new knowledge and skills.

Children have been identified on the gifted and talented register and some of their needs were catered for through the collaboration group (6 schools).

Our sports apprentice attended a hockey skills course organised by Loughborough College. The skills taught were then used during PE lessons to enhance and enthuse the children.

Teaching staff attended the Reach and Rescue Swim award in order that they could teach their class during swim lessons. Due to more staff gaining this award we were able to make swimming groups smaller.

3. Improve the PE equipment that the pupils have access to in order to improve specific skills in a range of sporting areas.

Money was spent on outside playtime equipment for the play coaches to use. A timetable was set up for the younger children and some of the older classes to take part in play coach led lunchtime sessions.

Money was spent to improve PE equipment such as a variety of balls, beanbags and hoops.

4. Provide greater extra-curricular sporting opportunities for all pupils.

 

Prior to the sport’s premium funding we already had a varied extra-curricular programme. In order to attract less active children the sports apprentice (employed with premium money) ran a games club targeting those children who did not usually attend sports club (questionnaires were carried out).

The lead practitioner and sports apprentice set up an intra school dodgeball competition between the school houses. The sports apprentice then organised further intra school competitions at lunchtimes.

The use of a specialist sports coach enabled the school to offer a football for Key Stage 2 and a multiskills club for Key Stage 1.

 Use of sport’s premium 2013 – 2014

Anticipated funding for this year is £8000. We will receive a similar amount for the academic year 2014 – 2015 although this may fluctuate slightly due to numbers on roll.

Key objectives and anticipated benefits.

Specific year group/key personnel to be targeted.

Proposed outside agencies/coaching companies involved.

Costing

1.  Participate in NW Leicestershire School Sports Partnership Option 2.

A percentage of the premium will be used to be involved in the successful school sports partnership for NW Leics. We have bought into level 2 which will give us access to compete in all level 2 competitions, festivals and coaching opportunities.

All pupils

 

Teaching staff

Sports coaches from the SSP will organise and run all competitions and festivals.

£2650

2. Improve the teaching of Physical Education and the learning experience for all pupils.

A specialist coach will be utilised to work alongside our own staff to aid staff development.

A sports Apprentice will be shared with another local primary school. They will work alongside staff working with targeted groups.

 

Teaching staff will be given the opportunity to undertake P.E. training. The aim is to improve the quality of teaching.

Teaching staff

 

 

Teaching assistants

Tactician coaching

 

Loughborough Sports college

 

£793

 

£3829

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£360

3. Improve the PE equipment that the pupils have access to in order to improve specific skills in a range of sporting areas.

Pupils in all year groups.

 

All teaching staff.

Consultation between the PE coordinator, Sports apprentice and sports coach to discuss new equipment that will improve PE sessions.

£406

 

 

£720

4. Provide greater extra-curricular sporting opportunities for all pupils.

A wider variety of coaches will be acquired to inspire our children to undertake afterschool sport; more children will participate in competitive and non-competitive physical activity.

Pupils in all year groups.

Stealth martial arts.

James Collington – sports appremtice.

Nick Lester – tactician coaching

Choose how you move cycling programme.

SSP Sports coaches.

 

 

 

 

Awards