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PE and Sport Premium for Primary Schools

 

The DfE is spending £450 million on improving physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools over the 3 academic years 2013/2014, 2014/2015 and 2015/2016. They will allocate this extra funding directly to primary headteachers.

Schools can choose how they use the funding, for example to:

  • hire specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work with primary teachers during PE lessons
  • support and involve the least active children by running after-school sports clubs and holiday clubs, e.g. the Change4Life clubs
  • provide resources and training courses in PE and sport for teachers
  • run sport competitions or increase pupils’ participation in the School Games
  • run sports activities with other schools

Accountability

Schools are required to publish how they are spending their grant

At Burton Salmon School we use our funding to develop sustainable high-quality PE across the school. We have initially established a two year rolling programme to meet this target.

 

Year 1     £8,200

Curriculum: Employing a PE specialist for 1/2 day per week to develop the following:

  • Reviewing the quality of the curriculum
  • Ensuring breadth and balance
  • Matching new curriculum requirements for 2014
  • Up-skilling staff across the curriculum
  • Planning for progression and tracking progress of pupils
  • Developing an assessment system
  • Audit of resources and funding additional resources

Extra-Curricular: Employing Sports Partnership Competitions/Festival Manager as a cluster for 0.2 to organise:

  • Competition amongst cluster primary schools through the year for KS1 and KS2
  • Festivals to encourage participation
  • To provide additional sporting opportunities
  • Furthering strong links with local clubs in the community:
    eg:        Swimming Festival
                 Multi Skills Festival
                 Rugby Tournament
                 Football Tournament
                 Signposting children to additional sporting opportunities
                 Gifted and Talented
 

CPD Opportunities

  • Working alongside specialist to develop knowledge, understanding and delivery
  • Attending courses eg: Primary PE Conference

Impact

 

KS1

This group of pupils has been focusing on developing the fundamental skills of movement through games, gymnastics and dance activities. Pupils:

  • have made progress with agility, balance and co-ordination skills and their application to a range of different activities
  • have worked on improving their skills of sending, receiving and travelling with/using a variety of apparatus
  • can play a number of different games both teacher led and self-organised
  • understand the need to apply rules 
  • are very creative in their approach to making up and playing the games
  • are beginning to understand the terms attacking and defending
  • are beginning to understand how to make games more challenging
  • can describe and evaluate their work with confidence using the appropriate terminology

 

KS2

Key Stage 2 pupils have been focusing on developing skills knowledge and understanding in athletics and invasion games. Pupils:

  • have further developed the skills of throwing, catching, jumping and running
  • have recognized the application of these skills across a range of activities
  • understand the need to work as a team
  • have learnt to support one another during play
  • are working more effectively in groups
  • have recognized the need to communicate with each other to enable the games to be played successfully

As a result we have seen:

  • high uptake of Healthy Eating after school club
  • increased membership of school's football after school club
  • increased attendance at community extra curricular sports clubs
  • increased motivation and enthusiasm

 

Year 2        £8,215

The focus is on continuing to provide curriculum, extra-curriculum and CPD opportunities. We aim to use the money to target particular groups:

  • Gifted and Talented
  • SEND

Curriculum: Employing a PE specialist for 1/2 day per week to develop the following:

  • Reviewing the quality of the curriculum
  • Ensuring breadth and balance
  • Matching new curriculum requirements for 2015
  • Up-skilling staff across the curriculum
  • Planning for progression and tracking progress of pupils
  • Developing an assessment system
  • Audit of resources and funding additional resources

Extra-Curricular: Employing Sports Partnership Competitions/Festival Manager as a cluster for 0.2 to organise:

  • Competition amongst cluster primary schools through the year for KS1 and KS2
  • Festivals to encourage participation
  • To provide additional sporting opportunities
  • Furthering strong links with local clubs in the community:
    eg:        Swimming Festival
                 Multi Skills Festival
                 Rugby Tournament
                 Football Tournament
                 Signposting children to additional sporting opportunities
                 Gifted and Talented
 

CPD Opportunities

  • Working alongside specialist to develop knowledge, understanding and delivery
  • Attending courses eg: Primary PE Conference

Impact

 KS1

This group of pupils has been focusing on developing the fundamental skills of movement through games, gymnastics and dance activities. Pupils:

  • have made progress with agility, balance and co-ordination skills and their application to a range of different activities
  • have worked on improving their skills of sending, receiving and travelling with/using a variety of apparatus
  • can play a number of different games both teacher led and self-organised
  • understand the need to apply rules 
  • are very creative in their approach to making up and playing the games
  • are beginning to understand the terms attacking and defending
  • are beginning to understand how to make games more challenging
  • can describe and evaluate their work with confidence using the appropriate terminology

 KS2

Key Stage 2 pupils have been focusing on developing skills knowledge and understanding in athletics and invasion games. Pupils:

  • have further developed the skills of throwing, catching, jumping and running
  • have recognized the application of these skills across a range of activities
  • understand the need to work as a team
  • have learnt to support one another during play
  • are working more effectively in groups
  • have recognized the need to communicate with each other to enable the games to be played successfully

As a result we have seen:

  • high uptake of Healthy Eating after school club
  • increased membership of school's football after school club
  • increased attendance at community extra curricular sports clubs
  • increased motivation and enthusiasm

 

Year 3   £8,230

Curriculum: Employing a PE specialist for 1/2 day per week to develop the following:

  • Reviewing the quality of the curriculum
  • Ensuring breadth and balance
  • Matching new curriculum requirements for 2016
  • Up-skilling staff across the curriculum
  • Planning for progression and tracking progress of pupils
  • Developing an assessment system
  • Audit of resources and funding additional resources

Extra-Curricular: Employing Sports Partnership Competitions/Festival Manager as a cluster for 0.2 to organise:

  • Competition amongst cluster primary schools through the year for KS1 and KS2
  • Festivals to encourage participation
  • To provide additional sporting opportunities
  • Furthering strong links with local clubs in the community:
    eg:        Swimming Festival
                 Multi Skills Festival
                 Rugby Tournament
                 Football Tournament
                 Signposting children to additional sporting opportunities
                 Gifted and Talented
 

CPD Opportunities

  • Working alongside specialist to develop knowledge, understanding and delivery
  • Attending courses eg: Primary PE Conference

Other

  • Provision of mobile climbing wall
  • Special visitors to school (Olympic Athlete)
  • Intra-sports events including school games day, sports day and cross country
  • Gifted and Talented training and events
  • Contribution to East Barnby residential

 

Impact

Pupils have:

  • have made progress with agility, balance and co-ordination skills and their application to a range of different activities
  • have worked on improving their skills of sending, receiving and travelling with/using a variety of apparatus
  • can play a number of different games both teacher led and self-organised
  • understand the need to apply rules 
  • are very creative in their approach to making up and playing the games
  • are beginning to understand the terms attacking and defending
  • are beginning to understand how to make games more challenging
  • can describe and evaluate their work with confidence using the appropriate terminology
  • have further developed the skills of throwing, catching, jumping and running
  • have recognized the application of these skills across a range of activities
  • understand the need to work as a team
  • have learnt to support one another during play
  • are working more effectively in groups
  • have recognized the need to communicate with each other to enable the games to be played successfully

As a result we have seen:

  • high uptake of Healthy Eating after school club
  • increased membership of school's multi sports after school club
  • increased attendance at community extra curricular sports clubs e.g.: athletics, running, football, climbing and rugby
  • increased motivation, enthusiasm, resilience and achievement
  • School participates in more inter-school competitions
  • Pupils trained in specific sports e.g.: tri-golf, high 5
  • Pupils enjoy new experiences
  • Pupils learn to take part in healthy competition and learn strong message of good sportsmanship
  • There is a raised level of self-esteem and achievement
  • Pupils experience outdoor and adventurous activities that cannot be experienced in school
  • School came third in North Yorkshire Quad Kids event
  • Three pupils were finalists in cross country for North Yorkshire
  • Two pupils now climb for the England team
  • Former pupil now England junior athletic team

 

 

 

 

 

 

           

 

 
 

 

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