Sports Premium

As part of the London 2012 Olympic legacy, the government directed funds to Primary schools to make provision to improve PE in schools with the aim of inspiring young people to become involved in competitive sports. In March 2013, the government announced that it was to provide 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 in England – The Primary PE & Sport Premium.

This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – is allocated to primary schools to be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

In the Autumn Statement 2013, the Chancellor announced an additional year’s £150m extended funding, taking the total investment to the end of the 2016 academic year.

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

Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

 

This year, it is our aim to continue developing our teachers’ knowledge and skills for planning and delivering high quality, well-structured PE and games lessons. They will receive training and support in the planning stages and delivery of lessons in gym, PE and games. Support will be provided for all ages with gym support in yR and PE, gym and games support across KS1 and 2. In addition to this, we will continue our work to increase the range of sports we offer through PE lessons and in extra-curricular options.

 Planned spending includes:

  • Entry in to Silver Service Level Agreement with Portsmouth Schools’ Sports Partnership:
    • Training for two additional KS1 teachers on Real PE teaching and resources and 3 day training course.
    • Training and additional courses for a wider range of sports provision – support to focus on planning stages of lessons initially before moving to look at delivery.
    • Entrance to all local sports competitions and festivals
    • Support within PE lessons alongside teachers on lesson structure, sequence and use of resources.
    • Support and development for new PE subject leader.
  • Improved provision for teaching of all sports and skills in new primary curriculum:
    • Replacement of old resources,
    • Purchasing additional equipment to facilitate the teaching of a wider range of skills and sports within a broader PE curriculum and for extra –curricular sports opportunities.
  • Opportunities for extra-curricular sports and activities.
  • Work to aim for silver – or possibly gold – sports mark for the academic year:
    • Training and support for teachers.
    • Improved facilities for advertising sports opportunities and reporting on events.
    • Changes to sports day and intra-school sports competitions.

Sport Premium for 2015-16

This year, our aim was to ensure all of our teachers had the knowledge and skills necessary to teach all aspects of the primary PE curriculum. They have received training where the need was identified and were supported in their teaching of the curriculum. Following an audit of PE resources and in light of a newly planned curriculum, we began to increase the resourcing for PE and games equipment in order to give the children the opportunities to gain a range of skills and experience a far wider variety of sports and games. We also increased our levels of involvement in local sports competitions and festivals.

Amount received for academic year: £9944

Uses for the Sport Premium for developments and improvements Impact
·      Entry in to Silver Service Level Agreement with

Portsmouth Schools’ Sports Partnership.

o  Training for teachers on Real PE teaching and resources

o  Training and additional courses for a wider range of sports provision

o  Entrance to all local sports competitions and festivals (and transport costs as necessary)

o  Support within PE lessons alongside teachers on lesson structure, sequence and use of resources.

o  Support and development for new PE subject leader.

 

·       Real PE course for y1 teacher to support with understanding the resources and delivering more effective, skills based lessons.

·       6 week CPD blocks for two y3/4 teachers on how to use Real PE resources as a sequence of lessons so children develop skills more progressively before applying them to game play.

·       Re-planned PE curriculum with support of PE advisor so skills and sports show progression and are suited to the objectives and skills appropriate to each phase.

·       All phases and both key stages have taken part in a variety of sports events and festivals, including those where pre-selection and intra-school competition took place for selection and those that were targeted at certain groups or ‘types’ of children.

·     Improved provision for teaching of all sports and skills in new primary curriculum;

o  Replacement of old resources,

o  Increased quantity of resources to include class sets of basic equipment

o  Purchasing additional equipment to facilitate the teaching of a wider range of skills and sports within a broader PE curriculum.

 

·       Replaced generic resources used for all skills and across PE lessons e.g. cones, markers, balls of different sizes etc.

·       Additional resources purchased to enable access to increased range of sports including: tag rugby sets (allowing children to learn it in PE lessons so a team could be selected for a local tournament, which they came second in and were awarded with a place representing Portsmouth at the Hampshire Games.); tri-gold equipment for y3/4 to use within sports coaching support, which lead to two teams taking part in a local tournament; football and netballs, equipment and clothing kit purchased to enable use in lesson and after school clubs and A and B teams for both sports entered into local leagues.

·     Opportunities for extra-curricular sports and activities.

 

·       Vast range of extra-curricular sports and offers including:

o  Football clubs (skills and football team) (and entry into local leagues and competition)

o  Netball clubs (and entry into local leagues and competition)

o  Gym club (from which a team was selected to represent Portsmouth at the Hampshire Games).

o  Junior dance off – sports club and participation at event at Kings Theatre.

o  Archery club

As a result of the increased focus, support and resourcing that PE has had over the last year, we were awarded the Silver Games mark for the academic year.

St Swithun’s PE and Sport Premium 2014-15

Amount received for academic year: £9069 

Uses for the Sport Premium for developments and improvements Impact
Entry in to gold Service Level Agreement with Portsmouth Schools’ Sports Partnership

 

Includes access to:

All sports festivals and competitions

Training for staff – both on PE and sports development courses and in-school support for teachers.

In school support for teaching PE lessons and provision of intra-class and school events.

·       Range of sports competitions and opportunities for children to participate in competitive sports events.

·       Staff training on PE teaching and REAL PE initiative at courses and further in-school support for all teachers to develop understanding of the programme and how to teach it to the best effect.

·       Staff inset training through PSSP

·       Support for preparation and provision of intra-school sports day activities for both key stages.

Improving PE resources and opportunities

 

·       Replacement of old/damaged resources to endure provision of all sports in planned curriculum could be resources and taught.

·       Transportation and provision to enable teams and classes to attend local, competitive sports events.