Monday, 18 December 2017

Sports Funding

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Sport Premium Plan 2016-17

Key Priorities For This Year:

  • To continue to improve the quality of teaching in PE
  • To provide opportunities for pupils to engage in competitive sport
  • To improve access to and increase the levels of participation in, PE and sport
  • To increase physical activity and fitness outside of curriculum time
  • To inspire pupils to achieve in PE and sport and celebrate this achievement

Actions

Cost

Evaluation

To continue to improve the quality of teaching in PE

 attendance at local cluster leads meeting

£150

PE leader update to date with subject developments and opportunities in the area

External specialist teacher to work alongside school staff delivering gymnastics teaching.

£30 per hour

2 hours per week for 37 weeks

£2220

Pupils’ skills have improved and staff feel more confident teaching gymnastics

External specialist teacher for football

£20 per hour 2 hours 37 weeks

£2220

Pupils’ skills have improved and developed a sense of sportsmanship. Good links with local football club

To provide opportunities for pupils to engage in competitive sport

Participate in Copeland Schools Competition events throughout the year.

£1000 transport costs

Pupils took part in more competitive events including

Football

Netball – winners of Copeland schools are and represented Copeland at Cumbria Schools games

Country dancing

Rugby

Cricket

Hockey

tennis

To improve access to and increase the levels of participation in, PE and sport

Playground equipment purchased and play zones established

£1000

Lunchtime staff more able to engage children in physical activity. Pupils have access to high quality resources that develop physical skills.

Marked improvement in lunchtime behaviour.

To increase physical activity and fitness outside of curriculum time

Specialist coach – football morning club.

30 mins each week 37 weeks

£555

Our team finished second in the primary football league. More pupils are involved in competitive football and go on to play within the local community.

Rock challenge after school dance club – available to all year 5/6 pupils

Props / make up / costumes

£1500

Pupils finished 2nd in county rock challenge competition

Offer a range of after school clubs – with some specialist coaching

Children were offered netball, dance, multi skills, cricket and football.

All KS2 children could attend

KS1 children could attend multi skills

To inspire pupils to achieve in PE and sport and celebrate this achievement

Sporting success to feature in weekly achievement assemblies.

Participation and achievement is celebrated and this inspires other pupils.

Other Activities

Transport to weekly swimming lessons.

£1500

All KS 2 children were given 10 weeks of lessons.

 

Sport Premium Plan   2017-18

Key Priorities For This Year:

  • To continue to improve the quality of teaching in PE
  • To increase opportunities for pupils to engage in competitive sport
  • To improve access to and increase the levels of participation in physical activity and fitness
  • To increase participation in after school sport and fitness
  • To inspire pupils to achieve in PE and sport and celebrate this achievement

Actions

Cost

Intended outcomes

To continue to improve the quality of teaching in PE

To provide PE leader with time to monitor the quality of teaching and support staff.

Two half days each half term

£900

Leadership improves staff confidence and the quality of teaching.

Provide time for PE leader to attend local cluster meetings

£150

Leader aware of all events / activities in the are so that our children have full access.

Purchase assessment scheme for PE and provide training for staff

£200

Accurate assessment of pupils abilities in PE.

External specialist teacher to work alongside school staff delivering gymnastics and athletics teaching.

£30 per hour

2 hours per week for 39 weeks

£2340

Pupils access high quality teaching.

Professional development ensures that staff are equipped to teach high quality gymnastics and athletics at present and in the future.

External specialist teacher to work alongside school staff delivering football teaching.

£30 per hour

2 hours per week for 39 weeks

£2340

Staff develop skills of coaching alongside teaching.

Children’s skills are improved

To increase opportunities for pupils to engage in competitive sport

Participate in Copeland Schools Competition events throughout the year.

£1000 transport costs

Pupils are motivated and inspired to engage in more competitive school sport.

To improve access to and increase the levels of participation in physical activity and fitness

Pupils to take part in the 100 mile challenge

Included in existing staffing costs

The least active pupils increase their levels of physical activity.

Pupils to take part in phunky foods healthy eating day

Phunky foods training for staff

£400

More pupils aware of the link between heakthy eating and physical fitness

Resources to support physical activity during the lunchtime break.

£500

Pupils have access to high quality resources that develop their physical skills.

To increase participation in after school sport and fitness

Bikeability sessions for pupils KS2

£50  (helmets)

Pupils safer and more aware of road safety

Multi skills sessions for pupils in Key Stage 1.

£200

Pupil participation rates in Key Stage 1 increase.

Football coaching for pupils in Key Stage 2 before school

£20 per hour for 39 weeks

£1560

More pupils are involved in competitive football and go on to play within the local community.

Improved sportsmanship

To inspire pupils to achieve in PE and sport and celebrate this achievement

Sporting success to feature in weekly achievement assemblies.

Participation and achievement is celebrated and this inspires other pupils.

Other Activities

Swimming for all KS2 pupils

£1500

All KS2 to receive 10 weeks swimming.