PE & Sport Premium

NB: This page is currently being updated to reflect information for this current academic year.

We are committed to delivering high-quality Physical Education and sporting activities. We provide 2 hours of PE each week in gymnastics, dance and games. The planned PE curriculum is further complemented by active playtimes and after-school sports clubs which include Tennis, Football and Multi-Sports.

Our vision is that all pupils are physically literate when they leave primary school, and have the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

Our objective is to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and Sport in our school against 5 key indicators:

  • the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kickstarting 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
  • a broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  • increased participation in competitive sport

From September 2013 the Government has provided additional funding directly to primary schools to be spent on improving the provision of PE and sport. This year (2017-18) we have been allocated £14,252.

Primary PE & Sports funding: how it has been used

We reflect on a number of key interventions made possible by the PE & Sport Premium:

  • a new Fencing Club was set up to target children with inactive lifestyles
  • taster sessions for children with special educational needs, those with low confidence and those who are Gifted and Talented
  • training for SMSAs to deliver more structured games during lunchtime, as well as new playground markings
  • giving children the opportunity to take part in sports games and festivals between schools in our local area
  • including Reception in our continuing staff training to help them develop better plans for their PE lessons
  • more Taster Sessions for all children in school in a number of different sports, which connect to work in PE lessons

The school has contributed additional money to the funding from the DfE to:

  • provide cover to release teachers for professional development in PE and sport
  • upgrade the school’s current scheme of work for the teaching of PE
  • upgrade and maintain gymnastics equipment
Key priorities to date: Key achievements / What worked well: Key learning / What will change next year

1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kickstarting healthy active lifestyles.

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

3. Increase confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.

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

5. Increased participation in competitive sport.

1. Our new after school fencing club was set up to target ‘inactive’ children and provide them with the opportunity to participate in a non-traditional sport. We created a school-club link with the Hillingdon Musketeers Fencing Club. We used fencing and archery sessions to target children with SEND, those who have low confidence and those who are Gifted & Talented. Children involved participated in a six-week programme of archery/fencing and then had the opportunity to be young leaders when the rest of their class had archery as part of their PE lessons.

2. SMSAs received active playtime training and were provided with resources to deliver more structured games during lunchtime. The playground was also transformed with markings and areas to encourage children to be more active.

3.We provide our children with the opportunity to participate in competitive / semi-competitive sport through attending SHSSN festivals and competitions. This year we held intra-school competitions in athletics and new age curling.

4. All teaching staff have received 1-1 team teaching and CPD from our PE specialist. This was expanded into reception classes for the first time. Time was allocated to rewriting and developing existing schemes of work.

5. Our pupils have experienced half termly taster sessions in fencing, athletics, cricket, Tae-Kwon-Do, dance and BMX. We attend the annual SHSSN Awards to raise the profile of PE and Sport in the Borough. Fencing and archery were introduced to our curriculum PE lessons as well as part of our extra-curricular offering. We also introduced dodgeball and athletics in the Summer Term.

6. We attended the SHSSN Olympic and Dance Festivals but really improved our intra-school competitions this year. In addition to our athletics and new age curling competitions we developed our schemes of work to provide more team based activities and opportunities for competition.

1. We will continue to provide our archery and fencing intervention sessions. But we will also be setting up a regular running programme called Marathon Kids where children will run, walk or jog their way to a marathon each year. Children will be rewarded for their progress towards achieving their marathon with stickers, wristbands, certificates and medals.

2.SMSA’s will continue to receive support in order to create more active lunchtimes. A group of children will be trained as “play leaders” to support SMSA’s in the delivery of these sessions.

3. We intend to expand our intra-school competition programme and look to provide our children with opportunities to be more active in their mathematics lessons. We will be exploring the use of MyMaths.

4.All teaching staff will continue to receive one-to-one PE coaching and support from our PE specialist. The focus in the summer term will be to develop the delivery of tennis and cricket.

5. We intend to maintain our current range of sports and activities by providing teaching staff with CPD and support. We have also invested in cricket and athletics equipment and will look to develop our provision for these sports in the coming year.

6. We will expand our intra-school competition programme to include cricket and tennis festivals. We will also look to develop links with local schools in order to run joint festivals and competitions in the summer term.

How the funding will be spent this academic year (2017 – 2018)

Academic Year:
2017/2018
Total fund allocated:
£14,252*
PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator School Focus/ planned Impact on pupils Actions to Achieve Planned Funding Actual Funding Evidence Actual Impact (following Review) on pupils Sustainability/

Next Steps

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles 1. Create a new extracurricular archery club that targets ‘inactive’ children in the summer term. Signposting to community clubs.

2. Deliver a series of intervention sessions throughout the year targeting children with SEND, those with low self-esteem and who are Gifted & Talented. Using non-traditional activities archery, dodgeball and multi-skills.

3. Organise 6 intra-school competitions throughout the year (to include athletics, archery, curling, tennis and cricket).

4. Make lunchtimes more active by training SMSAs and ‘Play Leaders’ to deliver structured/semi-structured activities.

£14,252* Registers of extra-curricular clubs and intervention sessions.

Teacher interviews regarding impact of sessions (plus use of assessment data).

Displays and school media to promote clubs and intervention sessions.

The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement 1. Set up a regular running club (Marathon Kids) with Y1 and reward children for progress towards running a marathon each term. This will help us achieve the Obesity Strategy ’30 plus 30′ active minutes in curricular and extra-curricular time.

2. Purchase a wider range of PE equipment to enable competitions across classes.

3. Explore opportunities for competitions across other Key Stage 1 children in the Yeading Cluster

4. Promote PE and sport at least half termly in school media (promoting, clubs, competitions and pupil achievements).

 £14,252 Quantitative:

Gold kite mark will be achieved.

Evidence in school media promoting clubs/links.

Extra-curricular programme and registers to monitor attendance.

PE assessment data.

Qualitative:

Teacher feedback on CPD/1-to-1 sessions.

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport 1. PE Specialist to provide CPD to all class teachers. Allocate planning time to develop games curriculum by focusing on cricket, tennis and outdoor/adventurous activities.

2. Attend CPD course and trial ‘Maths of the Day’ active mathematics lessons with a view to introducing them from September 2018.

3. SMSA and Student Play Leader training sessions delivered in order to create active playtimes.

 £14,252 Quantitative:

Teacher voice questionnaire.

Evidence of new assessment framework and developed SOW.

Qualitative:

Teacher feedback and quotes.

Learning walks.

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils 1. As part of the ‘Gold Package’**
from SHSSN we will offer 6 half day taster sessions. These will include Sports Hall Athletics, BMX, Dance, Fencing and Cricket. These provide links to local clubs and festivals/competitions.2. Introduce our regular Running Club (Marathon Kids) outlined above.3. Intra-school competition programme to include archery, fencing, athletics, cricket, OAA and tennis.4. Schemes of work updated to include cricket, tennis and athletics in the summer term.
£14,252 Quantitative:

Extra-curricular programme and registers.

Silver Kite Mark will be achieved.

New club links will emerge.

Additional funding will be sought.

Qualitative:

Pupils’ experiences of joining local clubs shared on website in form of case studies.

Photographs and videos shared via school media and displays.

Increased participation in competitive sport

 

1. Attend at least 2 SHSSN Level 2 (inter-school) competitions provided as part of our ‘Gold Package’**.

2. Introduce a programme of 6 Level 1 (intra-school) competitions to include (athletics, archery, curling, cricket and golf).

3. Existing schemes of work updated to include more opportunities for team games and competition.

 £14,252 Quantitative:

Register of attendance at Level 2 competitions and register of students involved.

Register/timetable of Level 1 intra-school competitions.

Qualitative:

School media, displays, case studies.

* Our Sport Premium of £14,252 is paid to the South Hillingdon School Sports Network (SHSSN) for their ‘Gold Package’. This provides the school with an extensive competitions programme, 6 taster sessions per year and a full day per week of a PE Specialist to up-skill our staff and deliver the aims outlined above.

** More information on the SHSSN “Gold Package” can be found here.

Abbreviations:
BMX: Bicycle Motocross, a form of competitive cycling
CPD: Continuing Professional Development
DfE: Department for Education
OAA: Outdoors and Adventurous Activities
PE: Physical Education
SEND: Special Educational Needs & Disabilities
SHSSN: South Hillingdon School Sports Network
SMSAs: School Midday Supervisory Assistants
SOW: Scheme of Work