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Primary PE and Sport Premium 2017/18

Primary PE and Sport Premium 2017/18

In 2017/18, we received £16,560 to continue develop PE and Sport in our school.

We are continuing with the improvements made in previous years by:

  • Continuing with our membership of South Ribble School Sport Partnership (SRSSP) in order to work alongside specialist coaches and receive further support in the development of PE and Sport in our school, building upon skills learnt last year e.g. orienteering, netball, dance, tennis and hockey. We introduced yoga for the first time this year £4625,
  • Purchasing PE equipment £237
  • Subsidising clubs that incur a cost £1258
  • Continue the provision of extra-curricular sports and competitions
  • Continue in the participation of inter-school competitions
  • Funding transport to and from competitions and events £170
  • Working towards achieving the School Games Gold Award
  • Participating and building relationships with outside sports clubs to promote greater pupil participation in sports away from school
  • Staffing extra curriculuar sporting events £953
  • Continuing Professional Development of staff £70

We intend to provide the following over the next few months:

  • KS1  and Foundation Stage swimming lessons £810
  • Outdoor and Adventure day for whole school introducing new activities £1800
  • Healthy Living workshops £272
  • Purchasing playground equipment to increase physical activity 

We are also investigating ways to incorporate an extra 30 minutes of physical activity each day for all children.

Next academic year we plan to invest in a larger project in order to increase the uptake of physical activities and any remaining money will be carried forward to cover these costs. 

Percentage of pupils met National Curriculum requirements for swimming i.e. 25 metres for end of 2017-18 academic year: 89% (8 out of 9).

Key Indicator

What we have implemented

Outcomes and Impact

Engaging ALL Pupils in Physical Activity- Kick-starting healthy lifestyles

-Active playground activities for reception to year 6

-Friendly matches in both Netball and Football, to allow all children to take part in a form of competition.

-Healthy Eating policy regularly monitored and newsletter’s prompting healthy dinners and snacks.

-Healthy living work shops

-Introduced yoga as a form of relaxation and part of mindfulness and Growth Mindset approach

-Active club opportunities for least active children, provides a sense of well-being and changes perception of active lifestyle- all children have participated in in extracurricular sports activities.

-Fitter children, improved concentration, sense of achievement

-Older children working with younger pupils- developing life skills. Developing sense of responsibility.

-An awareness towards healthy eating as well as regular exercise

Children have a calmer outlook on their day to day lives and learning

Raising the profile of PE and Sport (as a tool for whole school improvement)

-Maintained our Silver SG Mark

-Sports Council

-Encouraged resilience and sportsmanship through dedicated wall displays.

-Continue to develop role and profile of PE subject leader.

-PE notice board

-Sports Council trained to deliver games during break times.

-More equipment for play times

-Warm up leaders incorporated prior to PE lesson (children from KS2)

 

Whole school inter-sports event

-Celebrating achievements in sport

-Showing progress from previous year

-Pupils’ role in supporting sport and PE

-Focus on sportsmanship and regular awards – positive effect on resilience

-Updates for all staff

-Staff focused on key areas increasing ownership and impact

-Sports Council take more onus toward PE equipment

-Children enjoy peers taking a role in the warm up and participation in PE.

Developing confidence, knowledge and skills of staff in PE

-Trained PE subject leader through: Level 5 certificate in Primary School  Physical Education Specialism Sports Leaders UK

-CPD

-Use specialist coaches to work alongside class teachers in Orienteering, netball, hockey, tennis, yoga and dance

-Increase of specialised coaching in school so covers whole year

-Specialist teaching , in both physical and emotional development to PE

 

-Specialised coaching in subjects providing core knowledge and skills.

 

-More variety of sports taught, providing a more in depth knowledge for children in a variety of sports

Broadening offer of sports activities

-Increased offer by including opportunities in afterschool sports -clubs subsidised by school.

-Afterschool sports club taught by school HLTA trained in all areas of PE

-Engaging more pupils

-Increase in children taking part in sporting activities

Increasing participation in competitive sport

-Introduced whole school inter-house games day

-Attend more  level 3 events organised under the Sainsbury’s School Games (Blackburn Rovers)

-Attended KS1 and KS2 events and sports games organised by SSP

-Sports council organise and run an event for the whole school to partake in (including KS1)

-Children show more confidence and resilience during competitive sport

-All children take part in at least 1 sporting event in each year group

 
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