Sport Premium


Primary Physical Education and Sport Premium Report 2016/17

At Yalding St. Peter and St. Paul Primary School, we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and wellbeing of all children. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum, as well as extra-curricular opportunities, will have a positive influence on the health, concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children.

What is the Sports Premium?

Since 2013, Sport Premium - a government funded payment- has been aimed at improving and increasing the provision of PE in schools across the country. In total, the government has dedicated £150 million to primary schools across the country to help achieve this. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - is allocated to primary school headteachers.

The money must be used to improve the provision of P.E. and school sport.

This year Yalding Primary School has received a grant of £8,670.

Purpose of Funding

Schools must spend the sport funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport. The funding should ensure:

· Pupils are engaged in regular physical activity for a healthy lifestyle.

· Raise the profile of Sport across the school.

· Develop the knowledge and confidence in staff delivering PE.

· Increase the participation numbers in a range of sports and in competitive sport

Sport Premium Spending 2016/17

Aims for 2016/17

The key priorities that have been identified and will aid in continuing to develop sport, well-being and learning at Yalding are:

· To increase participation rates for all groups of pupils in sports activities across the curriculum and in competitive sport.

· To ensure PE and Sports Provision is continuously and consistently of a high quality

· To encourage participation in sport, both inside and outside of school, as part of a ‘healthy lifestyle’

· To increase the engagement of all pupils in regular sporting activity

· To engage pupils in leading sports activities across the school

· To increase the number of local/regional tournaments in which pupils compete

2016/17

Aim

Action

Impact

Funding breakdown

Evidence

To increase participation of pupils in sports activities across the curriculum and competitive sport.

Provide a wide range of after school clubs.

Enter into sports competitions through TWKSSP.

Inter house competitions

Purchase trophies/medals

Hire Baptist Hall to provide space for PE to take place effectively

A greater number of pupils will take part in physical activity, both in and outside the curriculum, increasing the percentage of pupils who know how to lead a healthy, active lifestyle.

Improved attention and learning in lessons.

Healthier school community.

Part of Membership fee for TWKSSP - £5,100

Hall hire £75

Club registers

Percentage of pupils taking part in clubs

Percentage of pupils in KS1/2 representing the school as a result of a club they attend

Inter house competition trophies and certificates

To ensure PE and Sports Provision is continuously and consistently of a high quality

Staff CPD sessions with specialist PE coach with paired teaching through TWKSSP

Additional targeted training sessions for staff

Teachers will work with PE specialists to continue to develop their skills in the deliverance /planning of the PE curriculum.

Continued and sustainable high quality provision.

Part of Membership fee for TWKSSP - £5,100

Employment of tennis coach

£765

INSET day – dance and gymnastics

£220

Staff confidence questionnaires

Lesson observations

Pupil Voice

Teacher Feedback

To increase the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

Introduction of Daily Mile

Variety of clubs on offer – new sports

Enhancement of playground facilities to promote activity

Introduce new activities to pupils that that both appeal and inspire children to participate.

Replenishment and improvement of equipment £465

New club equipment £90

Traverse climbing wall £650

Increased fitness

Club registers

Observation of increased activity at playtime

To engage pupils in leading sports activities across the school

Children to attend Sports Ambassador training

Older pupils will lead younger ones in physical activity.

· lunchtime sessions

· inter-school competitions

· Increased activity during lunchtime

· Children more focussed for afternoon learning.

· Development of leadership skills

Part of Membership fee for TWKSSP - £5,100

Cost of cover for teachers to attend training with pupils

£200

Equipment replenishment £120

Improvements to playground space and resources for new clubs

£785

Recorded numbers of participation levels of our KS1 pupils working with the ‘Yalding Sports Ambassadors’.

Calendar of inter house competition led by pupils

To increase the number of local/regional tournaments pupils compete in.

 

An increased percentage of pupils, throughout the school, will have the opportunity to represent the school in a variety of different sports in local/regional tournaments.

Improved teamwork.

Development of gamesmanship within competitive sport.

Part of Membership fee for TWKSSP - £5,100

Cost of cover for teacher to attend tournaments

£200

Competition calendar

Participation levels and interest

Pupil Voice

This expenditure comes to a total of £8,670