Planned Spending of Sports Premium Funding for 2018-19.

Total allocation for 2018–19:- £21140

Objective Action Planned Impact Funding Allocated Actual Impact
To further develop opportunities and add to the existing opportunities provided during PE in year 2.

 

To further improve and embed the delivery of high quality PE and sport by school’s staff.

 

 

 

 

 

 

To enhance staff subject knowledge and confidence in teaching and delivery of PE activities.

 

 

 

 

Professional sports provider ‘Premier Sport’ to work alongside PE coordinator in Year 2 PE lessons to facilitate continuing delivery of outstanding PE lessons. Delivery of new opportunities and activities to children in Year 2 through structured programme of activities and sports.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leadership release time to monitor and evaluate the impact of PE and sports premium on quality of teaching and learning in PE by all staff who deliver the curriculum.

 

 

 

 

Enhancement of opportunities for children to experience new activities and further widen their knowledge of sports through different games. High quality PE lessons consistently delivered across year 2 by Premier Sport and PE coordinator.

 

Children will access high quality resources to develop their gross motor skills.

 

Continued significant impact on staff confidence as well as children’s engagement and enjoyment in PE.

 

Staff will maintain delivery of high quality PE lessons.

 

 

£2717

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£769

Children have gained knowledge and experienced new activities including Tri-Golf, Boccia, Pop Lacrosse and Dodgeball.

 

High quality gymnastics sequences observed in Year 2. Application of taught skills and improved quality in their work.

 

 

Children had the opportunity to use new equipment including pop lacrosse sticks, golf equipment and Boccia sets.

 

Teaching staff observed are delivering high quality PE lessons and using some of the ideas from training given by Pe coordinator.

 

Ongoing sustainability in sports and activities – embedding those sports children are exposed to. Creating a sustainable legacy in core skills

 

For the PE lead to continue to gain up to date information, training and access to new initiatives and roll this out across the whole school.

 

Continue professional development of staff through courses and training

 

PE lead to attend the Best Practice Forum in May 2019 at Leatherhead Leisure Centre.

 

 

Subject leader to offer all staff CPD opportunities through PE network. All staff (including TA’s) given outlines of available training.

 

 

Improved knowledge of new initiatives and what is happening in local schools. Shared good practice.

 

 

Increased confidence in staff delivery and subject knowledge.

 

£1348  

 

 

 

 

AB attended a Boccia course, gave feedback to PE coordinator. This sport has been introduced to the whole school through one of the sports premium days. Boccia being delivered to the children in Year 2 now.

To further improve and embed the delivery of high quality PE and sport by school’s staff.

 

To enhance staff subject knowledge and confidence in teaching and delivery of PE activities.

 

 

 

 

Subject leader to continue to deliver PE training to teaching staff through a structured programme of observations and team teaching.

 

Leadership release time to monitor and evaluate the impact of PE and Sports premium on quality of teaching and learning in PE by all staff who deliver the curriculum.

 

 

 

 

Children will be able to access high quality resources to develop their gross motor skills. More children will achieve the ELG in Physical development due to improvements in resources and teaching and learning.

 

Staff will maintain delivery of high quality PE lessons.

 

Teaching staff will continue to work alongside PE lead to ensure transfer of high quality skills.

 

£410

 

Ongoing.

PE coordinator delivering sessions with staff.

To continue professional development of staff through courses and training Subject leader to offer all staff CPD opportunities through PE network. All staff (including TA’s) given outlines of available training.

 

 

Increased confidence in staff delivery and subject knowledge.

 

Course costs to be confirmed. As above

AB attended a Boccia course, gave feedback to PE coordinator. This sport has been introduced to the whole school through one of the sports premium days. Boccia being delivered to the children in Year 2 now.

To continue to raise the profile of PE across the whole school and use it as a tool for whole-school improvement.

 

 

 

3 x ‘activity days’ planned across autumn and spring term. Days to be themed for cross-curricular learning eg Games from around the world.

 

Pupils to have opportunities to try out different sporting activities.

 

 

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

 

 

Potentially improved uptake of new activities outside of school and develop a ‘love of learning’ through new sporting activities.

 

 

 

 

 

£6625

 

 

 

 

Sports activity days have been delivered and children have experienced new activities such as Boccia. Days have embedded core skills of agility, balance and coordination. Children are using and applying these skills in PE lessons and in the playground.

 

 

 

 

 

To provide opportunities for increased activity levels during play and lunchtimes.

 

PE lead to continue to deliver Playmaker Award to Yr 2 children.

Playmaker trained children will organise and run activities/games for all children during playtimes in summer term.

 

Premier Sport to run a lunchtime club, assisted by TA’s

 

Children across EYFS and KS1 will have access to new activity areas in the playground. Enhanced opportunities for play and high quality physical activities.

 

 

 

Structured games will enable more focused activities and structured play during lunchtime sessions.

Lunchtime supervisors gain training and help in leading active sessions for the children. Sustainability in clubs through TA training.

 

 

£454

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Premier Sport lunch time work £1178

 

£440 for Lunchtime Supervisor training

 

Ongoing

The Year 2 children trained as Playmakers and are leading games with KS1 And EY in the playground at playtimes and lunchtimes. Playtimes are more structured.

 

 

Children are engaged in focused activities at lunchtimes. Lunchtime supervisors are trained and are directing structured playtime activities. Improved behavior in playground.

To purchase new equipment to enhance PE and sport across the school.

 

 

To improve playground markings enabling greater numbers of children to participate in activities and sports.

 

Purchasing of equipment to enhance new sports and activities that have been learnt by the children over the year.

 

New markings/area for game play on the playground.

Pupils able to have access to and to learn extra-curricular and new sports and activities.

 

 

Team games and organised activities initiated by children, led by TA’s – more focused lunchtimes, good behaviour, improved focus during afternoon sessions.

 

 

 

 

£2000

Children have new skills from learning new activities eg Boccia.

Children have more choice of activities at playtime.

Boys, particularly Year 2 boys are playing structured games at play and are more focused on work afterwards.

To improve links with local schools for competitions and increase the numbers of children participating in inter and intra schools competitions.

 

 

Inter-schools competition with Woodcote House and Sunningdale Schools.

Liaison with Coworth-Flexlands for sports and activity days.

Children are more involved and engaged in school competitions.

 

Increased numbers of children participating.

 

£608

Ongoing
For all children to have access to three swimming sessions at the Arena, Camberley.

 

Vouchers issued to parents. Upon completion of sessions a ‘passport’ is stamped and returned to school for celebration of achievement.

 

Children swim three times. Parents encouraged to take children swimming on a more regular basis.  

£1215

To improve gross motor skills in targeted children.

 

Children attend Multi Skills club on a Friday provided by SCL. Gross motor skills refined and improved so developing core skills in all PE areas.

 

£363 (based on 6 children per term – Summer term)

Total spend £16549

Autumn Term 2018:- We are currently planning two other large scale projects with our Sports Premium funding in order to have a positive impact on our pupils’ access to physical activities. The funding for these two larger projects will come from the remainder of the Sports Premium funding for this year.