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What is the P.E and Sport Premium

Government Guidance for PE & Sports Premium

The Government provides additional funding for physical education (PE) and sport in schools as part of the Olympic legacy to enable high quality Sport, Physical Exercise and Well-Being activities to be provided.

This funding is to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision resulting in increased numbers of pupils developing healthy life styles, raising their performance levels and engaging in PE and sport.

Our children have also benefited from Specialist coaching for specific classes in netball, tag rugby, tennis, hockey, football and cricket.

We are a member of the Pendle Schools Sports Partnership and have enjoyed inter school festivals and competitions.

 Mrs Ellidge is  currently the lead practitioner for Physical Education.

 

Current PE & Sports Premium Grant Spending -  evidencing-the-impact-of--the-sports-funding-February-2018 

SPORTS FUNDING BY FINANCIAL YEAR

2013/2014 £5241 (REC’D OCT 2013)
2014/2015 £8363 (£3349 REC’D MAY 2014 £5014 REC’D OCT 2014)
2015/2016 £8363
SPORTS FUNDING BY ACADEMIC YEAR 2013/2014 £8590

2014/2015 £8363

2015/2016 £8363

2016/17     £8,363

How is it spent? 

The additional 2016/17 PE and sport funding pays in part for the: 

  •       Burnley Football Club in the Community Coach weekly and further benefits in our SLA  (£4,500)
  •       BFCitC Disability Project
  •       CPD for all staff on a weekly basis
  •       Additional after school clubs delivered by BFCitC
  •       30 children have attended a BFC matchday experience using the Elite Training Centre facilities with a coach and             watched a Premier League match (£600)
  •       Schools Sports Partnership SLA (£1420)
  •       Assisted places enabling vulnerable pupils to attend school clubs/residential visits
  •        Tai'Chi weekly for inclusion and pupil premium children (£1150)
  •       Participation in inter-school sports competitions with local schools
  •       All children are being taught teamwork and fair play skills.
  •       Y3 children attend weekly swimming at our local leisure centre 
  •       Bikeability support for Y5/6 pupils
  •       Inter-class competitions – focus on Lower KS2 and Upper KS2
  •       Ballroom Dancing x 6 session for 2 classes and evening performance at Blackpool Tower Ballroom (£600)

 What is the impact of the additional PE funding on pupils?

The impact on pupils of the additional PE and Sport funding is measured at the end of each academic year:

  •       Increasing numbers of pupils attended school clubs this year
  •       Some children are now members of clubs within the local community
  •       An increasing range of sports is covered through lessons and clubs
  •       More children own a bicycle and are able to ride their bike safely in the community
  •       All children took part in inter-school activities during the year 2013/14; 2014/15; 2015/16 and 2016/17 including           EYFS who took part in a multi-skills day at the Local High School.
  •       Children have a wider range of skill sets in Sport

This school year we aim to ensure that the impact of our extra sport funding is supported and measured by Pupil Voice. We are going to use the attached survey in order to support this and so that we have SMART targets for 2017/18.

PE School Improvement Plan 2017-2019

Area of Development: P.E. & Sport

Lead person: 

1. Objective

2. Success Criteria

3. Key Levers & Actions

4. Staffing & Monitoring

5. Time Scale & Milestones

6. Resources & Budgets

7. Evaluation & Review

To develop interschool competitions so that ~50% KS2 pupils compete with local schools.

An increase in the number of pupils participating in interschool sports competitions to~50%

Inter school competition to be held termly inviting at least 2 schools to an event. One being an Athletics inter school competition.

UKS2 staff

KE to monitor

Plan jointly a term in advance

 

Planning time and cover supervision

HT & SLT to evaluate success each term

To work with School Council to look at ways in which we can increase the number of KS2 pupils who regularly play games at playtimes safely   to ~50%

An increase in KS2 pupils playing sport at playtimes to ~50%

PE equipment for playtimes is regularly reviewed/renewed.

Tennis balls/Hoola Hoops/ Skipping ropes/ rugby balls/ basketballs/.

Lunchtime Staff to be responsible for reviewing / renewing the equipment and ensuring issues related to its use are solved successfully.

 

KE to monitor

October

January

April

June

Review of improvements

Equipment ordered in April from October/January review.

Review as part of the end of year KS2 PE review

To review the school clubs so that Y1 – Y6 pupils from have the opportunity to be involved each week.

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Pupils from Y1-Y6 are involved each week.

New clubs to be started in January : cooking; football

Past clubs to be ’tweaked’ to improve provision.

KE to monitor

January  – Club timetable set.

BFCiTC clubs Commencing Sept week 3.

Termly monitoring of club attendance & rewards

New equipment

 

Review in June

 

New club timetable Sept.

 

Review of clubs Feb ½ term

Monitor pupil involvement in clubs and reward pupils at the end of each term.

Use pupil premium to pay for vulnerable pupils to attend a club starting in January 

KE/SLT

Use pupil profile data to identify pupils

Pupil Premium

Report on impact of premium pupils action to the Summer Full Governors Meeting.

Identify six Local community clubs to take one school assembly during the year i.e.  one each half term

 

JP/KMc

Termly monitoring ensuring success

 

Review progress

DecemberApril

 

 

P.E. DATA: END OF YEAR KS2 P.E SURVEY 2017-2018

 

Question

Yes

No

  1. Have you attended a school club (after school or lunch) for at least 1 half term this year?

 

 

 

  1. Have you attended more than one school club (after school or lunch) for at least 1 half term this year?

 

 

 

  1. Do you attend out of school clubs on week nights or the weekend?

 

 

 

  1. Do you enjoy P.E lesson activities/games you play and the sports clubs you attend?

 

 

 

  1. Do you feel attending a school club now will help you lead a more healthy life?

 

 

 

  1. Have you taken part in an inter-school competition in P.E this year? (competition against other schools)

 

 

 

  1. Do you feel P.E lessons and sports clubs teach you the importance of fair play and how to work well in a team?

 

 

 

  1. Do you feel there is a good choice of sports in P.E lessons and school clubs?

 

 

 

  1. Do you enjoy the inter-class competitions at the end of each half term?

 

 

 

  1. Do you play sport related games at break and lunch times?