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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.

PE and Sport Premium Funding.

 

The school receives a block sum of £8000 plus £5 per pupil.

Scartho Infants’ School and Nursery Sports premium Action Plan 2017-18

School

Scartho Infants’ School and Nursery

Academic Year

2018/19

Total budget

£17,170

an academic year

 

Date for review of this action plan

 

July 2019

Total number of pupils in school

201 (Sept 2018)

Number of pupils eligible for funding

 

117

 

Identified spending

 

Success Criteria

Cost

Measure of impact

Pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 to receive quality first teaching from an external provider in each of the PE area of games, dance and gymnastics.

 

Build sustainability in P.E across the school.

 

 

 

  • Support staff expertise has been developed and they have a growing understanding of the expectations and skills and knowledge required in EYFS and KS1.
  • Pupils speak confidently and enthusiastically about P.E. Many KS1 pupils are able to demonstrate skills beyond their chronological age.
  • Many EYFS pupils (reception) are working on skills and knowledge beyond their age group successfully and meet the ELG for physical development.

 

 

£ 9,180.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£4,162.50

  • Assessment
  • TA/Pupil Voice – interviews / questionnaires
  • End of year assessment show a high percentage of pupils working at age expectations and some, working above.

Provide lunch time activities, led by trained coaches, to enhance the provision already in place and provide the pupils with quality physical activity for at least 30 minutes per day.

  • The majority of pupils are engaged at lunch time for at least 30 minutes in a planned physical activity.

 

  • Through observations, children are actively engaging with the lunch time activities.

Assessment package provided by Pivotal to allow for accurate assessments of sporting attainment to be generated and assessed by teachers

  • Online data summary available for each cohort termly.
  • A fully written report generated and sent home with the annual reports on sporting attainment and progress

 

  • Teachers can access PE data for each individual child and use these to report to parents. Parent s are aware of their child’s progress and attainment in PE when asked.

Provide opportunities for Y2 pupils to take part in competitions through sports festivals

  • Full participation at each event held
  • Pupils applying their skills from weekly sessions in a competitive environment
  • Pupils working as a team

 

 

£228.66

 

£200.00 coaches

  • Through observation and assessment during festivals.

Training for PE/PSHE coordinator in

Mental Health awareness.

CPD in Mental Health Awareness

Development of inclusion of Mental Health

to be embedded across curriculum and

school ethos to support health and well

being of pupils.

 

  • Release time and training for PE/PSHE coordinator

    Staff CPD in Mental Health Awareness

    Assemblies/classwork with children to support

    wellbeing and provide strategies

    Work shop for parents in identifying and

    supporting their child

    More overt sign posting for support agencies e.g.

    Women’s Aid, Children’s Centre Family Hub

  •  

£2,000.00

  • Through observations
  • Pupil voice
  • Assessment from coaches

 

Replace damaged/ old equipment for

Curriculum

Playground

PE Games Library

 

Purchase resources for Fun Fitness week – prizes/ certificates etc.

 

Coaches to support Fun Fitness activity week.

 

Release time for Sport/PE lead to attend meetings, organise events, research, create reports to share with staff and Governors

  • New equipment purchased and being used effectively in lessons and at lunch times
  • Coaches have had a positive impact during Fun Fitness week
  • Sport/PE lead has provided written reports to Governors on the effectiveness of our PE spends and the attainment and progress of pupils
  • Sport/PE lead has researched effectiveness of PE spending and is pro-active in how money will be spent next academic year.

£400.00

 

£3,212.00 (additional coaches)

 

£200.00

 

£600.00

 

  • Pupil and Parent voice
  • Sport/PE lead reports
  • Plans for next year’s spending is in place

Although the premium is allocated per KS1 pupil, at Scartho Infants’ School and Nursery, we use the premium to provide sports coaches and activities to promote sport and healthy life styles for our youngest children in EYFS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sport Premium Funding Expenditure Report 2017-2018

The Sports Premium Grant is additional funding from the Government to improve the provision of physical education and sport in primary schools. It is also to be used for improving the health and wellbeing of primary pupils. Allocations for the academic year 2017-2018 were calculated using the number of pupils in Years 1 to 2, which was a lump sum of £8,000 plus £5 for each KS1 pupil. The grant was used to improve provision for all of our pupils.

“The effective leadership in physical education has resulted in

positive outcomes for pupils, enabling them to take part in a

range of sports, and learn how to lead a healthy lifestyle.”

Ofsted Report July 2018

 

  • Scartho Infant’s School and Nursery provided a quality first teaching PE programme working alongside specialist PE coaches from Pivotal Skills, and included ensuring the replacement of and damaged equipment. All children from Reception and Years 1 and 2 experienced a wide variety of games, gym and dance and KS1 also had the opportunity to take part in one focused sports festival during the year through our ‘Sports 4 All’ alliance with local primary schools. Nursery pupils benefitted from support in physical well-being through their REAL project ‘Healthy Me’ during the Summer term.

  • As a school committed to children being active at break times and lunchtimes we employed a member of staff from Pivotal Skills to run an active lunchtime club that all children could access. Our commitment to our pupils being active extended to home with the continued provision of our PE Games Library which is rotated across year groups.

  • A revised tracking and assessment document now ensures accurate assessment of sporting attainment for pupils and provides parents with progress and attainment for their child in the annual report.

  • We held our annual Fun Fitness week, which continues to be a success, with the children experiencing a variety of daily physical activities and prizes/certificates for celebrated talent and effort.

 

 

 

2016-2017

£8555 (tbc)

 

  • Interschool Sports Festivals for Key Stage 1

  • Provision of lunchtime skills-focused activities

  • Providing pupils in EYFS, Year 1 and Year 2 external quality sports provision

  • Develop detailed assessment of attainment in P.E. for each individual child

  • Developing staff expertise in P.E.  through sport provision training

  • Purchasing specialised equipment to support children in their learning

 

Pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 have had quality first teaching from an external provider in each of the PE area of games, dance and gymnastics. The end of year attainment of our pupils shows an increase in skills with many pupils showing that they are working above age related expectation across the year groups. Pupil voice shows a love for PE and the pupils have clearly engaged enthusiastically. Monitoring of sessions from the school’s PE lead evidences this further.

Staff expertise has been a focus with identified staff working alongside the coaches to develop their own understanding and skills in supporting learning.

Commitment to provide a range of lunch time physical activities each day, led by trained coaches, has further enhanced provision and made good use of additional time to extend and consolidate skills.

Years 1 and 2 have again experienced interschool competition through our commitment to Sport Festivals, developing healthy competitiveness as well as skills.

Assessment has been developed to support teacher judgements and report on attainment however, further development in this area is needed.

 

2015-2016

£8555

 

The proposed expenditure was as follows:-

 

  • Interschool Sports Festivals for Key Stage 1

  • Expansion of the PE Equipment Loan Library

  • PE Curriculum Enhancement Resources

  • PYPS (dinnerlady) for Lunchtime Play / PE

  • Staff Development, Training and Support

  • Gymnastics within the PE Curriculum
 
The positive impact from expenditure includes:-
Every child has been able to access sport at home from using the P.E. Loan Library.
The children have equipment to use at playtimes and lunchtime to encourage physical and co-operative play.
The amount of injuries at playtime has been reduced.
At lunchtime the PYPS has directed play to include team games and safer use of equipment.
Support for the P.E. Curriculum

 

2014-2015

£8555  was spent as follows:-

 

  • Interschool Sports Festivals for Key Stage 1

  • PE Equipment Loan Library

  • PE Curriculum Enhancement Resources

  • PYPS (dinnerlady) for Lunchtime Play / PE

  • Staff Development, Training and Support

  • Playground markings

 

 
 
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