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 Primary PE and Sport Premium

At St Katharine’s, we are committed to ongoing and sustained improvement in school PE and sport. As a school that has always valued sport and PE and the place of competition and participation, we look to build on these foundations by promoting staff development in our own and other schools.

The Department for Education objectives for the funding are:

  1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  2. the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvements
  3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  5. increased participation in competitive sport

 

Our use of the premium in 2016-17

Action

Aims

Outcomes/evidence

Cost

Employment of PE specialist

(1,2,3,4,5)

Identify need within year groups and across the school Ensure a high quality PE provision

Providing CPD: work alongside teaching staff and TAs

Modelling PE teaching to staff across the school

Support and lead PE team, modelling teaching and supporting planning needs

Staff needs identified and training provided

Staff developing technical subject knowledge

Raised standards in teaching and learning

£14,532

Provide physical opportunities to develop specific children’s engagement

(1,4)

 

Set up ‘Change for Life’ groups

Consult with children that are identified as less active that their peers

Identify needs

Members of staff leading Change for Life groups

Focus groups’ needs identified and addressed

Children that are less engaged in physical activity show increased participation; some develop an interest out of school hours

2 days’ supply

£400

Highest possible involvement in ‘Can Do’ competitions

(1,4,5)

Identify relevant children

Ensure a positive involvement

Involve children in as many ‘Can Do’ opportunities as possible

Increased participation for those children that are less likely to engage

 

Supply cover to attend competitions:

£600

5 & 6 children to deliver sports clubs at lunchtime

(1,4,5)

Pupil voice to ascertain provision

Children to have more structure and opportunity to participate within an array of different sports and activities Improve self-esteem and lifelong skills

Children running an array of clubs at lunchtimes with a minimum of 50% of each year group attending.

£500

Employment of PE apprentice

(1,4,5)

Support with the organisation of our children’s involvement in sports activities and competitions

Children engage in structured activities during play and lunch times

Work with children during after school club, developing engagement and activity levels

More children engage and are physical activity at play and lunch times

More children engage and are physical active after school

£9,407

Attendance of Head teacher, PE leader and PE Specialist teacher at PE conference

(3)

Be up to date with latest guidance for high quality PE

The national curriculum PE requirements are personalised for our school and shared with staff

Head teacher and PE leader deliver a workshop, sharing St Katharine’s practice

£200 supply

Associations with AfPE

And YST

(2,3)

Purchase ‘Safe Practice in PE, School Sport and Physical Activity’ guide

Full annual membership purchased for AfPE and YST

YST Head teacher ambassador attending meetings

Provide CPD through association with YST

All staff aware of current guidance with reference to high standards in the teaching and learning of PE

Children’s safety and wellbeing at the centre of all involvement in physical activity

PE leader up to date with current subject pedagogy and, with support of PE Specialist, able to disseminate this to staff

Head teacher involvement to raise profile of PE and provide excellent networking opportunities

£550

Children across the school to experience a wider experience of sports and activities

(4,5)

Specialist PE Teacher to consult with children: Survey Monkey to gain opinion

Opportunities within PE lessons, during the school day and outside of school hours are created for children to try new things

Children encouraged to continue to ‘find your thing’

Increased involvement in physical activity

Children engaging and enjoying a wider range of sports and activities

National School Sport Week engages all Change for Life groups used as an ‘opportunity’

Our local area used to engage children in wider experiences

 

Provide PE training for all of the South Coast SCITT (teacher training) students

(2,3)

PE leader and PE Specialist Teacher to provide three days training during 2016-2017 academic year

Consult with South Coast SCITT Lead to establish training needs

Plan and deliver training for high quality teaching and learning in all areas of the PE curriculum

Students understand  the principles of planning and teaching high quality PE

Students observe and understand good practice in teaching and learning in PE

Students have an awareness of how to ensure progress and meet learners diverse needs

Through reflection, we challenge our own practice at St Katharine’s and look to further develop

4 days’ supply £800

 

Promote competitive opportunities for all children across the school

(5)

PE Specialist teacher to liase with other schools and run competitions

Organise inter school competitions for every year group

Children will all take part in at least one house team, competitive opportunity

Children will all compete during National School Sport Week

Children will experience competition against another school

 

Total = £26,989

PE Premium allocated = £10,175

 

 Our use of the premium in 2015-16 

Action

Aims

Outcomes/evidence

Cost

Enhanced pay for PE leader (objectives 1, 4)

 

Ensuring high quality programme of PE and school sport across the school;

Ensure PE is a high priority and has the expertise to lead it

A clear provision map for PE across the school

 

Solid basis of physical literacy and fundamentals of movement

TLR3: £2000

Employment of sports specialist

Providing CPD: work alongside teaching staff and TAs to raise standards in teaching and learning in PE

Modelling PE teaching to staff across the school

Staff needs identified and training provided

£2,800

CPD in PE lessons for NQTs

(objective 1)

 

 

Improve the quality of lessons

Teachers feel more confident

Purposeful PE teaching observed

 

£1500

YST membership and

YST headteacher ambassador (obj 1,2,3,4)

Promote CPD for all staff in our school and other schools.

Promote YST professional development

Host courses

Increase subject knowledge across schools

Good to outstanding PE teaching

Lesson drop ins; talking to children

£180

supply cover for staff to attend courses £2000

Liaise with PE teacher at a special educational needs school to enhance opportunities for specific children and provide CPD

(1,2,4)

Develop the specific children’s physical literacy skills and fundamental movement skills.

For staff to further their knowledge for personalising learning for children with SEN

Teachers, TA’s and 1:1 staff have a deeper knowledge to provide inclusive, personalised learning opportunities

Specific children are more competent, confident movers

 

£1000

Enable year 5 & 6 children to deliver sports clubs at lunchtime

Pupil voice to ascertain provision

Children to have more structure and opportunity to participate within an array of different sports and activities To help improve self-esteem and lifelong skills

Children running an array of clubs at lunchtimes with a minimum of 50% of each year group attending.

£500

Employment of lunch time play leader (Bournemouth university)

To design and structure specific activities to take place at lunch times

More children engage and are physical activity at lunch

£1500

Attendance of Headteacher and PE leader at PE conference (objective 1,2,3,4)

Be up to date with latest guidance for high quality PE

The national curriculum PE requirements are personalised for our school and shared with staff

£220 supply

 Total = £11,700

 

Our use of the premium in 2014-15

Action

Aims

Outcomes/evidence

Cost

Enhanced pay for PE leader (objectives 1, 4)

 

Ensuring high quality programme of PE and school sport across the school;

Ensure PE is a high priority and has the expertise to lead it

A clear provision map for PE across the school

 

Solid basis of physical literacy and fundamentals of movement

TLR3: £1500

PE inset day (objectives 1, 2, 3, 4)

 Continuing development for teachers through INSET day; inclusion of other local authority newly qualified teachers and ITT students

Positive feedback from attendees

 

Key features of practice shared are evident in lessons

Lesson drop ins

 

£200

CPD PE lessons

(obj 1)

 

 

Principles of high quality PE are clear to all

Good to outstanding PE teaching

Lesson drop ins; talking to children

£2000

YST membership and

YST headteacher ambassador (obj 1,2,3,4)

Promote CPD for all staff in our school and other schools.

Promote YST professional development

Host courses

Increase subject knowledge across schools

Good to outstanding PE teaching

Lesson drop ins; talking to children

£270

supply cover for staff to attend courses £2000

Associate school of Pavilion dance (objective 1, 2)

Increase range of dance opportunities for children

Children take part in different projects or workshops

£1500

Equipment storage and additional equipment (objective 2)

Access to quality equipment for active playtimes and PE/sport

Separate storage facility for playground equipment.

There is enough quality equipment for each child for PE lessons

Lessons and clubs are well-resourced

£2500

Attendance of Headteacher and PE leader at PE conference (objective 1,2,3,4)

Be up to date with latest guidance for high quality PE

The national curriculum PE requirements are personalised for our school and shared with staff

£220 supply

Total = £10,190

 

Our use of the premium in 2013-14

Action

Aims

Outcomes/evidence

Cost

Be The Best You Can Be Programme (objective 4)

Building on our school values and powerful learning; using sport as a vehicle to help further embed school values, through this Olympic legacy programme

 

Children understand and can talk about goals, aspiration, challenges and resilience.

 

£2000

Recruitment of an experienced PE subject leader  (objectives 1, 3)

 

 

 

Improve the quality of existing PE provision, leading and enhancing our existing PE team.

 

 

 

 

Increasing participation in inter school sport and the School Games

Parent survey (NFER) July 2014: strength = encouraging children to exercise

Bournemouth and Poole PE, Sport and Physical Activity awards for:

Foundation provision

Sporting Culture

Platinum Sportsmark

Silver leadershipmark

 

School Games Kitemark Gold

 

£5000

 

 

 

Set up a PE network for OCEAN partnership schools (objective 1, 4)

Provide planning support to other schools in OCEAN

Work as part of a PE network with other schools

 

Schools will continue to work together through the YST membership

£600

CPD PE lessons

(objective 1)

 

 

Improve the quality of lessons

Teachers feel more confident

Purposeful PE teaching observed

 

£1500

Re-design sports day

(objectives 2, 4)

Plan a whole school sports day that is inclusive, competitive, supports our values and gives greater leadership responsibilities for children.

Positive feedback from a large number of parents

Enthusiastic, motivated children

Children with disabilities fully included; yr 6 children led teams

£180 cover

£500 equipment

Total = £9,780