Address: St Margaret's Collier Street School
Collier Street
Nr Marden
Kent
TN12 9RR
Telephone:
01892 730264
Email:
office@collier-street.kent.sch.uk
Headteacher: Mr Paul Ryan

Primary Physical Education and Sports Premium 2016-17

What is the Sports Premium?

The government announced back in 2013 that it was providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - would be allocated to primary school head teachers. The money had to be used to improve the provision of P.E. and school sport.

On 6th February 2014 the then Prime Minister, David Cameron committed to continue the funding for the Primary PE & Sport Premium until 2020.

Purpose of funding

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer. The funding should ensure:

• The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
• The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
• Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
• Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
• Increased participation in competitive sport

Possible uses for the funding include:

• hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers
• provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively
• introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport
• run sport competitions
• increase pupils’ participation in the School Games
• run sports activities with other schools

Aims of the School Sport Grant at St. Margaret’s, Collier Street School

P.E. and school sport play an important part in the life of this school. We believe that P.E. and school sport contribute to the holistic development of our children and through participation, our children build and learn more about our key values.

The PE leader has worked hard to develop a strategic plan for using the government’s additional sports funding to ensure sustainable provision through the improvement of facilities and an investment in staff training.

We have a qualified PE teacher from PASS (Physical Activity Sports specialist) Hayley Tyler, who works closely with our staff, leading lessons, supporting and mentoring staff with their teaching and delivery of PE activities. The support from PASS in curricular activities has had a great impact on staff skill development and confidence in delivering PE lessons. The support in extra-curricular activities has helped raise the profile of St Margaret’s within school games competitions and has increased children participation and enjoyment.

We aim to:
• Provide increased opportunities for all children regardless of sporting ability.
• Increase opportunities to compete in local tournaments.
• Access to resources and training to improve the quality of teaching and learning in physical education.
• Promote our school values through sporting activities.

Area of Focus

Evidence

Action Plan

Effective use of the funding

Funding Breakdown

Impact/Maintenance

           

Increased participation in competitive sport.

Schools register of pupil participants

PASS competitions

Schools games entry

School games Calendar

School games certs/results

Inter-house competition results and certificates

To increase the number of pupil participants inter school competitions. Whole school development plan at least 50%.

(60 children)

Enter Inter school competitions;

Basketball

Key steps gymnastics

Hockey

Athletics for KS1

Intra school competitions

Cheerlead, Dance or gym talent competition.

Employing specialist Physic.al Education teachers and sports coaches.

Local sports network PASS (Physical Activity and Sports Specialists)

Included in the Silver PASS package. £6000

Increased links with other schools and partners.

Increased opportunity in participating in different sports at a competitive level.

Access to more competition and provision for gifted and talented.

Provision for intra competition within school (Houses)

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active lifestyles.

Individual class timetabling of at least 2 hours of physical activity a week.

Extra-curricular club registers.

Plans provided by PASS.

Introduction of lunchtime extra- curricular club to allow provision for all year groups. 12 -12.30 KS2. 12.30 – 1pm KS1.

To implement the play leaders programme, year 6 leading activities for EYFS and KS1

To introduce activity breaks PASS 360 fitness programme.

To offer alternative activities targeting the least active children.

Activities:

Cheerleading

Boules

Handball

Table tennis

Employing specialist Physic.al Education teachers and sports coaches.

Local sports network PASS (Physical Activity and Sports Specialists)

Included in the Silver PASS package. £6000

Purchase Boules equipment

Increased enjoyment, improving health and fitness.

More children becoming more active. Lunchtime physical activities with Year 6 play leaders.

Offering alternative sporting activities aiming to engage the least active children.

The profile of PE and SPORT being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

Whole school plan SEF.

Pupil survey about their learning and attitude to PE

Plans provided by specialist teachers.

Curriculum mapping plan to ensure all skills are taught.

Record of pupil progress. Children assessed pre and post unit. Bronze, Silver and Gold.

Evidence of competitions - results and photos of competitions entered displayed on the PE notice board

Links with other subjects that contribute to pupils overall achievement and their greater spiritual, moral, social and cultural skills.

Employing specialist Physic.al Education teachers and sports coaches.

Local sports network PASS (Physical Activity and Sports Specialists)

Purchasing rewards and stickers.

Included in the £6000 paid as a fee to PASS.

A curriculum that inspires and engages all pupils.

More competent and confident staff.

Enhanced quality of teaching and learning.

Whole school targets met more effectively.

Cross curricular links.

Pupil concentration.

Increased confidence knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.

Twilight training sessions – evidence of curriculum areas and benefits seen by teachers.

Plans provided by specialist teachers.

Survey about staff professional development. Before and after feedback.

Lesson observations – Areas of strength and development completed by Specialist PE teacher on CPD form.

Progression for teachers taken from the CPD forms, observation lessons and impact reports. This will initiate further professional development and identify weaknesses.

To develop consistency and improve staff confidence in delivering PE lessons.

To improve staff confidence in using assessment in PE and develop skill progression.

All staff to work with a sports specialist to assess children pre and post unit.

To improve differentiation and provision for more able.

To provide opportunities for staff to attend training for PE and Sport.

To improve staff knowledge in Teaching;

KS1 basic skills and fundamentals of movement.

Gymnastics delivery ACROSS KS1 & KS2

Dance delivery across KS1 & KS2

Delivery of invasion games

Delivery of OAA

Improving staff professional learning and upskill staff.

Employing specialist Physic.al Education teachers and sports coaches.

Local sports network PASS (Physical Activity and Sports Specialists)

Workshops and coaching sessions arranged to provide more opportunities in different activities. Eg Tennis day with a specialist coach.

Part of £6000 paid as a fee to PASS.

Enhanced quality of teaching and learning.

Enhanced and inclusive curriculum provision.

Sharing of best practice.

Positive attitudes to PE, health and well being.

Improved standards of teaching specific activities.

Increased capacity and sustainability for PE.

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

Registers of participation.

Plans for curricular activities.

School games calendar.

PASS 360 events

Pupils survey and responding to pupil voice on curriculum areas.

Choreograph a large Easter dance production, each year group to have dance section. Performance at the church Easter service.

Newsletters informing the community of what is taking place through PE and SPORT both within and outside of the school.

To widen the number and range of extra- curricular activities offered to all pupils.

To offer an alternative sport within an extra-curricular club. Eg Handball

Provision for all key stages to take part in a range of activities.

To increase participation on intra and inter school competition.

Employing specialist Physic.al Education teachers and sports coaches.

Local sports network PASS (Physical Activity and Sports Specialists)

Purchasing equipment to develop resources available and a range of activities to be offered.

£5750 fee paid to PASS.

Equipment purchased including for basketball

Gymnastics equipment;

Springboard

Soft play incline for gymnastic skill development.

Crash mat

Handballs

Handball goals.

Table tennis

Equipment.

Bats and nets

Extended alternative provision

Increased pupil participation.

Enter School games competition for Handball. See school games calendar.

More confident and competent staff.

Enhanced quality of delivery.

Improved standards in teaching and learning.

Children are aware of a number of different sports and activities.

Other expenditure other than through PASS (September 16 – July 17)

Development Area and expenditure

Actions

Impact

Sports equipment £589

Replenish equipment

Purchase specialised equipment for gymnastics

Handball equipment

Table tennis equipment

Children and staff encounter quality equipment which are necessary to provide high quality lessons especially within gymnastics.

New curriculum sports can be offered throughout the school including handball and table tennis.

Outside play equipment £1676

Replenish outdoor Trim Trail and replace sections when necessary

The vast majority of our pupils are unable to walk to school. This equipment provides them the opportunity to be active at the start of the day as well as break times.

Although there are plans to extend the playground, this equipment really adds to the facilities of this small primary school.

Playing Field £500

Field markings in summer

This again provides a valuable resource for children to create their own sports competitions. Children are more active and have greater opportunities to stay active by partaking in sporting activities.