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Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

In addition to delivering the school’s PE curriculum through outstanding specialist teaching we have also considered how primary PE funding can enable a wider school offer for our children as well as impact on sustainability of provision. The Government is providing £150 million per year, directly to schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The funding is ring-fenced and can be spent only on PE and sport provision in schools. Each school receives a lump sum of £8000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil for those children in Years 1-6.

Bothal Primary School

Sport Premium Information 2017-18

The Primary PE and Sport Premium is awarded to every school with primary aged pupils and must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles. Schools should publish the amount of premium received; a full breakdown of how it has been spent (or will be spent); what impact the school has seen on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment and how the improvements will be sustainable in the future. Schools should also consider how their use of the premium is giving pupils the opportunity to develop a healthy, active lifestyle.

 

We will further strengthen provision through: 

  • Youth Sport Trust Kitemark – applying Sept 17 (early indications are that it will be GOLD)
  • Implement “the power of an active school” training to whole school
  • Increase parental engagement
  • Increase range of clubs on lower site

The impact of this provision is measured against national benchmarks such as the Challenging Physical Activity initiative (www.activitychallenge.co.uk) which aims to complement the National Curriculum in building children’s knowledge and skills while also significantly improving their fitness levels. Tests include challenging and improving fitness levels as benchmarked against a child’s ability to run, jump, throw and catch.

 

In 2017 – 2018 we will receive £20880 of funding. Below is a summary of how we will use it to benefit our pupils.

 

There are 5 key areas for the premium to be spent on:

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 improvement

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

 

Sports Premium Expenditure and Impact in 2017-2018

 

Expenditure

Amount (£)

Joining the Ashington and Coquet School Sport Partnership including Primary membership of Youth Sport Trust

2500

Employment of a PE and Sports apprentice

7320

Purchasing activity trackers (35 purchased so far – 65 more after trial complete in Summer 1)

5500

Purchasing PE equipment (Summer 18)

2880

Additional swimming in Year 6 (Summer 18)

1500

Provision of extra-curricular coaching (Summer 18)

1120

Provision of staff CPD (Summer 18)

60

TOTAL

20880

 

 

 

PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator

 

School Focus

 

Actions to achieve

 

Planned Impact

The Impact on Pupils

(Examples of the type of impact data you could include)

(to be reviewed July 2018)

 

Sustainability / Next Steps

(to be reviewed July 2018)

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active lifestyles

To provide the opportunity for 30 minutes of physical activity in school time for each pupil

Audit current activity levels

Provide activity opportunities within and beyond curriculum

Provide sample pupils with activity trackers – baseline levels then set personal targets

Re-audit activity levels at the end of the year

Assembly – PE star of the week

More children being active for longer within the school day (in lessons and at break, lunchtimes and after school)

3658 attendees at extra-curricular clubs so far

1049 attendees at active lunch clubs so far

KS2 clubs – 90.3% attendance

“I loved winning PE star of the week. I tried really hard to be fit and healthy all week to try to win it”

Further engagement of families to support delivery of 30 active minutes outside of school time.

Continue with extra-curricular offer in school – all staff delivering a club

To provide access to a range of non-competitive festivals

Attend School Sport Partnership festivals:

Year 1 – Hula Hooping

Year 2 – Gymnastics

Year 3 – Tag Rugby

Year 4 – Orienteering

Year 5 – Skipping

Year 6 – Hula hooping

All children will have a positive experience of taking part in a sports festival and will be able to explain the benefits of being physically active.

Year 1 – 100% participation

Year 2 – 98.9% participation (1 pupil injured)

Year 3 – tbc

Year 4 – 100% participation

“I feel much more confident in how to read a map when I am outside and I can identify key areas from my map”

Year 5 – 100% participation

“I didn’t realise skipping could be so much fun. I’m going to do it on a lunchtime when I get back to school”

Year 6 - 100% participation

“It was so much fun. I’ve worked hard on improving my skills and it’s made me realise I shouldn’t give up when things are tough)

Continue using the sport partnership to access non-competitive festivals

 

 

 

 

 

To increase extra-curricular sport provision

To provide a minimum of one club for each year group each term

More children will attend extra-curricular clubs on our school site.

Currently 28 extra-curricular sports clubs

2 x KS1 multi skills; 1 x KS1 cricket

10 x UKS2 5 x LKS2 3 x KS2 (a wide variety of sports and activities)

7 x KS2 active lunch clubs

3658 attendees at extra-curricular clubs so far

1049 attendees at active lunch clubs so far

KS2 – 90.3% attendance

Continue philosophy of all staff running a club

To support the running of a physical activity intervention club.

Identify children who would benefit from being part of a physical activity intervention club

Club to run on a lunchtime.

Increased activity levels in our least active children.

2 x waveboarding clubs for identified pupils

“Waveboarding is hard work. I didn’t realise that I could have fun and work hard”

Continue with lunchtime intervention clubs

The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

To develop leadership skills in our pupils.

 

Health/ Sports Leaders to be established

Sports Leader training to be delivered to Year 6 pupils

SSOC to canvas student voice and plan activities

School Sport Organising Crew to be involved with planning and delivering sports opportunities across school year.

2 x year 6 classes –completed playmaker award (1 class to complete it in Summer term)

Sports Leaders – 16 x year 6

Playground buddies – 30 x KS2

Continue with pathways model in school timetable

To provide focussed physical intervention programmes

 

Identify children who have less developed motor skills

Deliver individual programmes for these pupils

Physical intervention programme supporting children who require additional support with physical skills.

Improved physical skills in these children.

2 x waveboarding clubs for identified pupils

“Waveboarding is hard work. I didn’t realise that I could have fun and work hard”

Continue with lunchtime intervention clubs

To use PE to consolidate / support learning in other curriculum areas.

One member of staff to attend ‘PE and maths’ CPD and feed back to staff at staff meeting.

Staff briefed in active classroom activities

Assembly – PE star of the week

Children’s activity levels increased in lessons/ registration.

“I love doing gonoodle. It wakes me up in the morning and I’ve even signed up so I can do it at home.”

Pupils have been observed repeating the gonoodle activities during breaktimes

“after doing gonoodle the pupils in my class produced the most work they’ve ever done”

“I loved winning PE star of the week. I tried really hard to be fit and healthy all week to try to win it”

Embed into registration routines – assess impact in lessons

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

To improve the confidence of staff in using core tasks to deliver the primary PE National Curriculum.

Develop the use of planning and assessment app to support teaching and learning.

Teachers are more confident when using core tasks in their PE planning

100% of pupils access a broad, balanced curriculum which is focussed on developing physical literacy

 

Continual process of staff development based on audit of teachers’ needs will be continued in future years.

To develop staff confidence and subject knowledge through provision of CPD

One member of staff to attend CPD sessions on netball and KS2 moderation.

Feedback to be provided to all staff in staff meeting.

Gymnastics CPD by specialist gymnastics coach to be delivered in Summer term to all staff

Teachers are more confident when teaching netball.

Teachers more confident when teaching gymnastics

Teacher assessment will be accurate

Data of pupils is accurate – moderation event Jan 18 with 7 schools attending

Teachers will continue to have an impact on future cohorts of children.

To support class teachers with planning and delivering high quality lessons and schemes of work.

Purchase Primary PE passport so all teachers have access to quality lesson planning

Teachers more confident to deliver a range of sports.

Children make good or better progress in PE.

Staff more confident to deliver P.E. to all year groups

Attainment and progress data – available upon request

Teachers will continue to have an impact on future cohorts of children.

Purchase specific EYFS add on

Train all EYFS on how to use app for P.E. assessment

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

To provide safe, varied and innovative equipment to support all children’s learning in a wide range of activities.

Audit current equipment

All staff involved in selecting additional equipment to purchase

Children engaged in learning in PE as a result of new and varied equipment

100% of pupils access a broad, balanced curriculum which is focussed on developing physical literacy

Extra-curricular offer includes a wide range of activities from dance, games, individual sports, health based activities and inclusive sports

Pupil voice – focus on what activities to deliver within lessons

To deploy leaders to run a range of lunchtime activities for other children

Deliver playground leaders’ training

Establish a rota

Support leaders in their role by regular observations and meetings

Children more active at lunchtimes due to increased opportunities

1049 attendees at active lunch clubs so far

Trained leaders work with children in younger years to ensure continuity of leaders within the school

Increased participation in competitive sport

To develop intra-school competition

One intra-school competition to be held each half term

Match reports featured in newsletters / website

More children taking part in intra-school competitions.

100% of children taking part in intra-school competition

Continue with competition within lessons/ lunch times

To provide extra-curricular coaching

At least one club for each age group to be run each half term.

More children taking part in extra-curricular sporting activities.

Currently 28 extra-curricular sports clubs

2 x KS1 multi skills; 1 x KS1 cricket

10 x UKS2 5 x LKS2 3 x KS2 (a wide variety of sports and activities)

7 x KS2 active lunch clubs

3658 attendees at extra-curricular clubs so far

 

Continue philosophy of all staff running a club

Source external companies to deliver specialist coaching

To enable pupils to compete against other schools

Attend School Sport Partnership and School Games competitions

Record which children are participating so each pupil has the opportunity to compete.

More children taking part in inter-school competitions.

KS2 - 40.8% of pupils have competed against other schools

Continue using the sport partnership to access competitive competitions

Continue with competition schedule separate to sports partnership e.g. East North School Football

 

 

At Bothal Primary School our swimming programme is offered only to Year 3 pupils. This is partly due to the availability of suitable time slots at the local swimming pool. Our provision is provided by Ashington Leisure Centre and Active Northumberland.

 

Swimming data for our current Year 6 (17/18): National average is 50%

  • Children in Year 6 who can swim 25m = 55.4%

  • Children in Year 6 who cannot swim 25m = 44.6%

Children who can swim 25m with 2 strokes or more

  • 75.6%

Children who can swim 25m with less than 2 strokes

  •  24.4%

Sport Premium Impact 2016-17: 

We have allocated approximately one third of our funding to join the Ashington and Coquet School Sport Partnership for the 2016-2017 academic year. This has allowed us to further enhance competitive opportunities for our pupils as well as build sustainable provision through high quality CPD with particular reference to support staff.  As part of the offer we will also be involved in the Sainsburys School Games competition, benefit from Youth Sport Trust membership and an extensive festival programme for Years 1-6. Additional activities include: Year 4 central venue leagues in netball and football to support competition in year groups where there are fewer School Games competitions.

 

The school also offers an extensive disability sport programme for our pupils coordinated by an England disability coach. 

Attainment

National Curriculum Standards

Year 1: From 5.6% secure (0% mastery) at Christmas to 78.7% in July (6.7% mastery)

Year 2: From 8.9% secure (0% mastery) at Christmas to 76.9% in July (10.1% mastery)

Year 3: From 33.6% secure (0% mastery) at Christmas to 81.1% in July (10.9% mastery)

Year 4: From 35.8% secure (0% mastery) at Christmas to 81.9% in July (15.6% mastery)

Year 5: From 51.4% secure (0% mastery) at Christmas to 78.1% in July (12.2% mastery)

Year 6: From 45.3% secure (0% mastery) at Christmas to 81.2% in July (27.4% mastery)

Challenging Physical Inactivity

Year 2: 10.9% in Sept to 77.9% in July (achieving Gold)

Year 4: 0% in Sept to 53.1% in July (achieving Gold)

Year 6: 4.5% in Sept to 61.2% in July (achieving Gold)

 

Extra-Curricular Attendance (41 clubs on offer)

Reception: 58/90 – 64.4%

Year 1: 59/89 – 66.3%

Year 2: 62/69 – 90%

Year 3: 60/74 – 81.1%

Year 4: 72/83 – 86.7%

Year 5: 68/71 – 95.8%

Year 6: 63/68 – 92.6%

 

Pupil Voice (a range of pupils were asked)

97% of pupils asked said they enjoyed P.E. (2% neither liked or disliked, 1% disliked)

100% of pupils felt they were challenged in P.E.

All EYFS that were asked enjoyed P.E.

 

Staff CPD

3 x staff feel more confident to teach gymnastics after attending specialist gymnastics CPD

School Sport

35 school teams this year

First time we have fielded “D” teams in competition

41.3% of pupils took part in intra school sport

10% of pupils took part in inter-school sport

Successes:

U11 7-a-side East Northumberland Danone Cup winners (Football)

Yr 5/6 level 2 Netball winners

Yr 3/4 CVL Football winners

Yr 3/4 level 2 Football runners up

Yr 3/4 CVL Netball runners up

Yr 5/6 Tag Rugby runners up

Yr 5/6 CVL Football runners up

 

Pupil Leadership

100% of year 6 pupils completed the Playmakers award

Accreditation

Sainsburys School Games Award – GOLD level achieved

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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