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Sports Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Primary School PE and Sport Funding

Vision and Action Plan 2016-17

 

Our Vision

 

At St Leonard’s we aim to provide high quality physical education for all children, delivered by well trained and confident members of staff, who are committed to engaging pupils and developing their skills in this area of the curriculum. Through our curricular and extra-curricular provision we are dedicated to ensuring that every young person has the opportunity and confidence to participate, lead and perform in PE and Sport. We firmly believe that engagement in PE and Sport can support the holistic development of young people. By providing these opportunities for our pupils, we aim to have a positive impact on their physical literacy, all round health and confidence, whilst developing key skills and attributes including teamwork, fair play and respect for others.

 

Background

The government is providing funding of £150 million per annum for the academic years 2013/14, 2014/15 and 2015/16 to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. Each school will receive £8,000 plus an extra £5 per pupil each year for the next few years - here at St. Leonards Primary School that will mean £10,075 is allocated for academic year 2016-2017. The money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

Recently the government have committed to funding the primary school Sports Premium up until 2020 - an investment worth £750 million.

 

Purpose of funding

Possible uses for the funding might include:

  • hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work with primary teachers during PE lessons
  • supporting and engaging the least active children by running after-school sports clubs e.g. Change4Life clubs
  • providing professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport
  • providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE and sport
  • investing in quality PE and sport equipment
  • running sport competitions or increase pupils’ participation in the School Games
  • developing further links with other schools within the local area and the federation.

 

THEME

 

STRAND

 

CURRENTLY

 

GOAL

 

PERSONNEL / INVESTMENT

Who/Time/COST

 

IMPACT OF INVESTMENT

Leadership and Management

Vision

At St Leonard’s we aim to provide high quality physical education for all children, delivered by well trained and confident members of staff, who are committed to engaging pupils and developing their skills in this area of the curriculum.

PE Curriculum &Ofsted

 

Since September 2015 as full time PE leader has been appointed.

 

PE Coordinator will have a clear vision for PE across the whole school and an action plan outlining development to raises standards will be in place and being implemented.

 

JP – FT Sports Lead

 

Buy –in to Membership of St Lukes SSP

£28,207

 

 

 

£2,000

Delivery of high quality PE lessons and a rich extra-curricular timetable. CPD provided to staff in delivering PE lessons.

 

CPD and coaching from St. Luke’s.

Shared Vision for the PE across the school

 

SLT and staff need to agree a shared vision for PE.

 

SLT will have an agreed vision for PE included in the school’s aims that recognises the value and impact of high quality PE and school sport which all stakeholders understand and have contributed to.

 

JP – St Luke’s SSP PE Conference.

 

JP – Sharing good practise with through one-to-one coaching.

Annual Included in SSP membership

 

package

Inc. In Sports Leader Salary

High quality PE is taught across the whole school.

 

Teachers are confident in teaching a wide range of activities.

School Improvement

 

PE and sport are recognised for the impact they have on a positive school ethos, but this needs to be embedded into the

School Development Plan

 

 

PE and sport will be a central part of the SDP. Positive values of sport are firmly embedded into

the school ethos.

2016-17 Target

SIP: 3.1 100% of teaching good 40% Outstanding

SIP: 3.2 Quality of Teaching Assistant support F/1 and 5/6 100% good or better.

JP to support & develop through CPD/Coaching

 

JP to deliver CPD sessions to staff across the year.

Teachers have received creative ideas for teaching areas of PE that they were less confident in. CPD for all staff 

timetabled in for the Spring term.

 

 

Assessment of outcomes for PE across the whole school

 

Competence in the assessment of PE varies across the school. Pupils make progress but assessment needs more rigour.

 

The PE Lead will have a good knowledge of assessment and it involves pupils fully and identifies and celebrates their achievements.

 

JP – St Luke’s SSP PE Conference

1:1 training with PE advisor

JP to work with new staff to ensure assessment standards are high.

Sports Lead salary as identified above.

 

PE lead to research into formative assessment in Primary PE and lead a CPD session to staff on PE assessment.

 

 

PE provides a broad, rich and engaging PE curriculum

 

The PE curriculum covers the minimum National Curriculum expectations, but some pupils are receiving less than the 2hrs expcted each week.

 

All pupils will receive 2hrs or more of diverse high quality PE with opportunities for pupils to develop their, leadership, coaching and officiating skill.

 

JP– St Luke’s SSP PE Conference

 

JP to team teach with staff in a wide range of activities.

Sports Lead Salary as identified above

 

1:1 training with PE advisor

Most years are delivering at least 2 hours of high quality PE lessons a week. The PE lead has liaised with senior staff to ensure that a broad curriculum is delivered.

 

 

Deployment of resources

A PE Lead and a TA with coaching skills have been appointed

 

PE Coordinator and TA are given time allocations to support in the

development and delivery of PE across the whole school

Sports Lead Allocated Time

 

Sports Lead Salary as identified above

1:1 training with

PE advisor

 

High quality PE lessons taught across the school. An extensive extra-curricular timetable

in place. Number of children attending clubs is excellent. Working with After School Club to offer more activities for children to take part in.

 

Competitive sport development

 

St. Leonards eneters a wide range of competitions organised through the St. Lukes Sports Partnership as well as running many intra-school sports for all year groups.

 

To attend more competitions for as many year groups as possible and to ensure that SEND students have access to sports events too.

 

Sports Lead Allocated Time

 

Sports Lead Salary as identified above

 

1:1 training with PE advisor

We have at least 2 clubs running every night with over 340 children taking part in PE clubs after school in the Autumn term alone.

 

We aim to enter as many competitive competitions that St. Luke’s offer through the SSP.

 

Our Hockey, Futsal, Tag Rugby and Rounders Team qualified for the  Devon finals in 2016.

THEME

 

STRAND

 

CURRENTLY

 

GOAL

 

PERSONNEL / INVESTMENT

Who/Time/COST

 

IMPACT OF INVESTMENT

Staff Development

Vision

At St Leonard’s we aim to provide high quality physical education for all children, delivered by

well trained and confident members of staff, who are committed to engaging pupils and developing their skills in this area of the curriculum.

 

Teacher confidence, delivery and CPD.

 

Staff audits showed

Gymnastics is an area for development.

All members of staff are confident delivering high quality physical education.

Provide opportunities for gymnastics CPD.

JP to Lead staff training on Gymnastics good practice.

 

Spring  2017

 

To be reviewed in Summer 2017

 

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY:

Vision

All children to leave KS1 with physical literacy skills. In KS2 children develop these skills and apply them in a range of sporting opportunities

Knowledge of participants

 

Most pupils have access to at least 2 hours of PE per week.

 

All pupils engage in PE, sports clubs or other forms of physical activity.

 

JP – delivers PE lessons across the school and organises the after school PE clubs provision.

 

Inc. In salary

 

All students to be receiving 2 hours of PE a week. Most students to be accessing our PE clubs after school.

 

Developing young leaders

 

During playtimes and lunchtimes children were engaging with activities, but some of the younger children need support to know how to play games together.

 

Children will be given a range of examples and ideas to improve their playground games.

 

Playground leader training for Year 5/6 children, to improve playtimes.

 

JP to deliver training to students.

 

Year 4, 5 and 6 playground leaders are now present in the lower playground every lunch time, playing games and sports with Key Stage 1 students.

 

THEME

 

STRAND

 

CURRENTLY

 

GOAL

 

PERSONNEL / INVESTMENT

Who/Time/COST

 

IMPACT OF INVESTMENT

SCHOOL SPORT

Vision

All children to leave KS1 with physical literacy skills. In KS2 children develop these skills and apply them in a range of sporting opportunities Competitions and Festivals

Current competitive and external sporting opportunities taking place across the school

PE curriculum and extra curriculum provision

Having successfully received the Sports Mark Gold award.

We will be looking to secure this again.

Provision by JP.

 

External clubs run by Exeter City FC and Sporty Stars.

JP’s salary.

 

Membership to St. Lukes School Sports Partnership.

One of 3 schools across Exeter to secure the Gold Sports Mark award. St. Leonards children are receiving a great deal of opportunities to participate in sports.

Multi Skills development

Year 3 the children spend 12 weeks working with the Btec sports leaders from Maynards participating in a range of multi-skills activities.

 

This will continue every year ending with a festival of sport and achievement at Maynard’s School

 

Year 3 to meet before to agree outcomes.

Sports Leaders and Lead teacher from Maynard to be confirmed.

Year 3 team.

 

Free

Year 3 students to experience regular multi-skills sessions and be able to use these in a competitive festival.

 

Cricket Coaching

 

Y5 currently receive the ‘Shine’ tennis

training from an external coach

 

 

This will continue this year

followed by pupils skills and achievements being celebrated by a competitive event for primary schools at local Secondary School

 

 

JP and Y5 to liaise with ‘Shine’ coach

 

£115

 

Summer 2014-present.

 

Interest in cricket has increased so much

that we held an overnight “cricket camp” in which most year 5 students attended to play competitive cricket games.

 

 

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