Primary PE and Sports Premium Action Plan 2017/18

Aims:

  1. To raise the profile of PE and increase participation across the school
  2. To offer extracurricular PE to provide children with the opportunity to join an afterschool and lunch time sports club.
  3. To ensure high quality PE is being delivered throughout the school.
  4. To create links with other schools

Total fund allocated: £16,350

Year 6 Swimming

 

 

Aims

Action points

Funding allocated

Evidence

Impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps.

1-To raise the profile of PE and increase participation across the school

 

·         To engage children to take part in sporting competitions

·         To display children’s achievements

·         To promote sport across the whole school.

 

·         To apply for bronze Sainsbury’s sports award

·         To establish link with SSCO for local area.

·         Engage at least 5% of students in extracurricular sporting activity every week.

·         To set up 1 intra school (level 1) competitions

·         Children to compete in at least 1 inter-school (Level 2) competitions.

·         Promote Sainsbury’s School Games

·         Engage 2% of children in a leadership role and become sport leaders.

·         To have active links with at least 2 local sports clubs.

·         Have a notice board to raise the profile of PE and Sport for all visitors and parents.

·         To buy appropriate competition sports wear

 

£ 1000

PE Displays

 

Pupil voice

 

PE questionnaire

 

To use sports leaders to input on Sainsbury’s school website and promote sport within the school.

 

Competition schedule

 

 

 

 

All children to be offered clubs that interest them based on pupil questionnaire.

 

Improved self-esteem of children through sporting events.

 

Sports leaders to attend training

 

Play leaders to support children in keeping younger children active.

 

Competitions entered so far: Quad kids, Mini Tennis and Key steps

 

Regular football matches at lunchtimes.

 

 

 

 

 

Talent identifications to be made. Links with local clubs to provide talented athletes with opportunities.

 

Children to start competing. Next year to enter into more competitions.

 

Sports leaders to be trained from year 4/5. Current leaders to possibly train next set of leaders for following year.

 

 

2. To offer extracurricular PE to provide children with the opportunity to join an afterschool and lunch time sports club.

 

·         To supply high quality providers for clubs

·         To engage children in extracurricular activities

·         Questionnaire to gage children’s interest in sport for lunch clubs and after school.

·         Contact providers based on pupils interests.

·         To have extracurricular sports clubs

·         To have a fitness area for children to use in their own time.

·         Establish Golden Mile with red class and look at promoting as a whole school.

·         To look into a PGL overnight trip

·         To establish a link with Charlton Football club (Engage parents)

 

 

£600 football coaches

 

 

 

£5350 gym equipment

 

£2200 extra clubs/other sporting opportunities.

PE questionnaire

 

Pictures on displays

 

Photographs

 

Website

 

Newsletters

 

Registers

Sports leaders to lead intra competitions at playtimes.

 

Mile a day for upper KS2 and lower by next year- using diaries to show impact.

 

Children to use outdoor gym area to increase daily exercise.

 

 

 

 

Golden mile to be on offer for all year groups.

 

Children to continue to use gym equipment as part of extra lessons and playtime and lunchtime exercise. Also to use gym equipment for C4L club next year.

 

 

3 - To ensure high quality PE is being delivered throughout the school.

 

·         To supply high quality PE providers

 

·         To have specialist PE teachers teach PE.

 

·         To check planning from the PE

provider.

·         Make sure teachers are using the PE provision and evidencing lessons.

·         To observe PE session and provide feedback.

·         To ensure children are aware of the learning objective.

·         To have a bank of resources to support delivery of PE for staff.

 

£7200

Number of children attending and participating in PE lessons

 

Staff questionnaire and evualtion of lessons

 

Teachers observing and supporting delivery in PE.

 

Using pre and post assessments to gage children’s understanding of the sports being taught.

 

Resources readily available for teachers to use for additional PE lessons.

 

 

Teachers to be more confident in providing PE lessons and being involved in the lessons.

 

Children to have improved confidence in a range of sporting activities.

 

To identify talented athletes and engage in outside school activities.

4. To create links with other schools

·         To establish connections with other schools in order for children to have wider opportunities.

 

·         To create links with primary schools to allow children to partake in interschool football matches

·         To set up regular competitions

 

 

 

£0

Photos

 

Newsletters

 

Registers

 

Competition schedule

The SSCO has contacted schools on our behalf to see which schools would be willing to hold competitions. We now have links with 2 schools.

To maintain links with schools and create more links for the following year.