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Sport Premium

 

School Sports Funding

The Government is providing additional funding to improve the provision of physical education and sport in Primary Schools. This funding is ring fenced and therefore is only spent on the provision of sport in this school. Schools must spend the money on improving the provision of PE and sport, but we have the freedom to choose how we do this.

 

Sports premium spending 2020/2021

 

Desired Outcome

Chosen approach/action

What is the evidence and rationale for this choice?

How will you ensure that it is implemented well?

Staff led

Review

Quality of teaching for all

 

Improve the rate of progress for all children within sport

High quality teaching to develop sports skills

High quality teaching and high priority of PE CPD and development of staff’s subject knowledge will be improved.

Keri Lees from SSPA will work with members of staff each half term to develop their confidence and skill set in teaching games through team teaching.

 

 

KL, EF – to organise who and when.

KL attends school once a week and delivers high quality PE sessions. Each class has this opportunity for one half term. This has enhanced staff confidence in the teaching athletics.

Improve the rate of progress for all children within sport

High quality teaching to develop sports skills

To embed ‘concepts’ into the planning and delivery of PE to ensure teachers and pupils see a link between different skills not just specific sports.

 

Staff meeting led by EF to introduce and demonstrate followed by planning management to ensure it is being implemented.

 

AU and EF

Progression grids for PE have been completed. Review the use of key concepts and plan whole staff CPD.

 

£3,000

Improved fitness for pupils

 

Improve the desire for children to be fitter and healthier and to instil a passion for physical activity.

Provide equipment/challenges for children to exercise in their free time

There is an increase in obesity rate in children

Pupils are less active

The need to exercise more throughout the day

Purchase Moki fitness trackers. To be used on a rota system and monitored by staff. Staff will have digital data tracking software. There will be awards and competitions within classes and school wide.

 

Create a ‘challenge’ board for each year group to access. These will be changed weekly. Score can be recorded for children to see progress.

 

EF to monitor.

Moki has been trailed however this needs to be embedded further.

 

Children really enjoyed ‘Challenge board’. Look to review and continue. 

 

£2,400

 

Encourage children to try new sports/experiences

 

Improve the pupils love of sport

To hold taster session and assemblies to introduce new sports

To encourage all children to find a sport that they are passionate about.

Invite local clubs and agencies to come into school to encourage the children to get involved when possible

EF to implement

This has been difficult due to COVID restrictions.

CT has organised all of Year 3 and4 to visit ‘Clip and Climb’ Summer 2021.

Year 6 have also had the opportunity to visit Laches Wood to experience adventure sports.

Improve the pupils understanding of competition

Visit professional games and matches outside of school

To develop a passion for competition and understand that sport can lead to a profession.

Make links with local clubs and attend matches.

Continue link with Stoke City 7s when possible.

EF to implement

Restricted due to COVID.

 

£1,000

£600 has been spent so far.

Physical Activity for Mental Health Improvement

For pupils to understand that good physical health contributes to good mental wellbeing

https://kidsloveyoga.thinkific.com/courses

 

30/45 minutes morning session weekly.

Relaxation, thinking time to reflect and step away from daily routine.

Increasing self-esteem and emotional wellbeing and lowering anxiety and depression. Helping children to be physically active and therefore happier, more resilient and more trusting of their peers.

Lesson plans and videos for each session are printed or available for all class teachers and room leads. EY and KS1 have also been provided with prompt posters for their classroom. These can be used for brain breaks and fidget 5 too.

EF to implement and monitor.

Teachers are aware of this opportunity and are accessing this as a response to their children’s needs.

 

 

Quality of equipment for lessons

 

To have good quality equipment for pupils/staff to use in lessons.

Ensure equipment is available and fit for use.

Updated equipment is needed to teach a lesson to its full potential and needs updating termly/where necessary.

Check stocks regularly.

Ask staff what is needed for their PE sessions.

Place orders when necessary

 

EF to implement

Lunch time boxes have been created to encourage sport and fitness during breaktimes.

Audit was completed at the beginning of the year and this needs to be reviewed.

 

£1,000

Swimming

 

To ensure all pupils in KS2 have the opportunity to go swimming for a half term.

Give opportunity for swimming for all pupils starting with Y6

To ensure all children are as confident and competent as possible by the time they leave in year 6.

 

Consistent opportunities for pupils to swim.

EF to implement and monitor.

Swimming was offered in the Autumn term and the Spring term. We will be offering this opportunity 2021 /2022.

 

 

 

 

 

£4,700 Spent £2600

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