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SPORTS PREMIUM REVIEW OF 2022-2023

Total amount carried over from 2021/22 £0
Total amount allocated for 2022/23 £18700
How much (if any) do you intend to carry over from this total fund into2023/24? £0
Total amount allocated for 2023/24 £18700
Total amount of funding for 2022/23 to be reported on by 31st July 2023 £18700

Swimming Data

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety.

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently,confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 meters?

N.B. Even though your pupils may swim in another year, please reporton their attainment on leaving primary school at the end of the summer term 2023.

Please see note above

72 %

 

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokeseffectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?

Please see note above

72%
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue indifferent water-based situations? 100%
Academic Year: 2022/23 Total fund allocated: £18700 Date Updated: 18/7/23
Key indicator 1: Increase confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport Percentage of total allocation:
 24%
Intent Implementation Impact Next Steps
Your school focus should be clear on what you want the pupils to know and be able to do. What do they need to learnand to consolidate through practice: Make sure your actions to achieve are linked to your intentions: Funding allocated:

Evidence of impact:

What do pupils now know and what can they now do? What has changed?

Sustainabilityandsuggested next steps:
Purchase a Primary PE Curriculum that enables teachers to deliver high quality lessons ensuring progression of children’s skills

·Children will have the opportunity to improve and develop through peer assessment and feedback

·Lessons will be varied and engaging; children will be able to use a variety of equipment and idea to engage and support their learning

·Children will have the opportunity to learn specific skills that are required for team games as well as fulfilling individual targets

£ 2500

Clear sequence of learning – knowledge and skills through the school

Complete coverage of the PE curriculum

The PE Primary Curriculum supports teachers to deliver each lesson effectively enabling children to progress

Seek Children and teacher views on the curriculum

Continue to observe a range of lessons across phases

Release PE Leader to support teachers in their delivery of PE

·         PE Leader along with SLT to observe PE lessons through the year.

·         PE leader will identify areas within PE that require improvement in delivery (specific sports or certain skills)

£2000

Individual support given to teachers

PDM on how to set up wall bars

Continue to observe PE with SLT to ensure high quality teaching and progression

PDM for staff as needed

Key indicator 2: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officers’ guidelines recommend that

primary school pupils undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

Percentage of total allocation:
7%
Intent Implementation Impact Next Steps
Your school focus should be clear on what you want the pupils to know and be able to do. What do they need to learnand to consolidate through practice: Make sure your actions to achieve are linked to your intentions: Funding allocated:

Evidence of impact:

What do pupils now know and what can they now do? What has changed?

Sustainabilityandsuggested next steps:
Subject Leader to monitor lessons and ensure PE lessons are taught twice weekly

PE Leader along with SLT to observe PE lessons through the year.

·         PE leader will identify areas within PE that require improvement in delivery (specific sports or certain skills)

£750

Individual support given to teachers

PDM on how to set up wall bars

PE is taught twice weekly

Continue to observe PE with SLT to ensure high quality teaching and progression

PDM for staff as needed

Implement Active Mile so that children are having more opportunities for physical activity on a daily basis PE leader and SLT to monitor class to ensure the active mile takes pace £500

Children have additional fitness/ physical activity

Children’s stamina has improved

Daily mile charity session to promote the health benefits and raise money

Continue with the active mile
Key indicator 3: The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement Percentage of total allocation:
26%
Intent Implementation Impact Next Steps
Ensure hall equipment is maintained and equipment is safe to use

Improve provision for teaching in all areas of PE

Ensure new resources are appropriate for use, replace old PE resources

£1800

Sports equipment is safe and ready to be used for each PE session

Additional PE equipment has been purchased

Continue to inspect equipment to ensure it is safe
Develop Sports Leaders in KS2 to support teachers and other children PE Leader to identify and develop the role of sports leaders in the school helping with equipment set-up, coaching, challenge for other children and to model skills £1000 This is having a positive impact in classes during PE sessions To implement this in playtimes
Purchase additional PE resources to replace old, lost, damaged equipment PE Leader to audit all PE equipment and identify resources that are suitable for all age groups in the school £2000 All equipment has been audited, and new equipment purchased as necessary Equipment is in place to allow all children to access appropriate equipment in each lesson to learn and practice skills
Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and physical activities offered to all pupils Percentage of total allocation:
15%
Intent Implementation Impact Next Steps
Ensure Year 6 participate in swimming lessons

 To receive swimming lessons by trained professionals to develop confidence in the water and improve swimming skills and stamina (over distance)

To ensure that are competent and confident to swim at least 25 metres

Children understand the safety aspect

Children can perform safe self-rescue

£1500

72% can now competently swim 25 metre

All children improved on their starting ability

100% children performed safe self-rescue in different water based situations

 

Feedback to families so they continue to help their child improve their swimming ability

 

Develop range of extra-curricular sports clubs

All children throughout the school have the opportunity to take part in a wide range of after school clubs

To encourage 50%+ of pupils to engage in extra-curricular sports provision and develop their understanding of the importance of health and fitness

£300

The school has increased their offer of clubs both before and afterschool

Out of school club achievements are celebrated in whole school assemblies

44% of main school children attend a club

10% attend two clubs

2% three clubs

1% four or more clubs

15% of pupil premium children attend clubs

6% of pupil premium children attend two clubs

1% of pupil premium children attend three clubs

41% pupils premium attended out external inter school events.

School to ensure that all families know that funding is available for children to attend extracurricular clubs if needed

Work on raising the number of children, especially pupil premium children that attend clubs

Survey families to find out which children attend clubs out of school

More pupil premium children will access sports clubs and represent the school at inter-school events

Ensure that eligible PP children have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of after school activities

This will allow these children to have the same opportunities as other children and develop a variety of skills

£1000 PP children have been given the opportunity to represent and attend sports events giving PP children more chance of having the same experiences as their peers Continue to provide children, especially PP,  with a range of  experiences of sports, and representing their school
Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport Percentage oftotalallocation:
28%
Intent Implementation Impact Next Steps
Transport costs to and from events

Enable children to access a wider range of events

Children have the opportunity to compete in more events, with distance to events not being a restricting factor

£2000 Children can attend sports activities/events that are beyond walking distance Continue to provide transport
Develop more opportunities for children to participate in competitive sports events (intra- and inter-school).

Ensure that the school provides opportunities for children to attend clubs in preparation for events with other schools

More children will attend events and represent the school

All children in school will have taken part in intra-school events (team games, challenges etc)

Cover the cost of entry into events, staffing costs, travel

£350 Children all have experiences of representing school in sports events/activities Continue to develop opportunities for children to participate in sports outside of school

Develop events administrator role:

Admin to support events and monitor take-up of extra-curricular opportunities

Staff are reminded of events prior to dates and children and parents are informed; events to run smoothly.

The school knows which pupils are accessing events, with a focus on those eligible for PP – ensuring that the costs are covered for pupil premium children.

£3000

Staff have received information in good time to plan numerous events

Focus on PP children is in place, and child who attend sporting events are monitored

Continue to use admin support to arrange events/activites…
Signed off by
Head Teacher: Jenny Verhiest
Date: 18/7/23
SubjectLeader: Paul Organ
Date: 18/7/23
Governor: Kate Reynolds
Date: 18/7/23

SPORTS PREMIUM 2023-2024

Action Plan and Budget Tracking

Academic Year: 2022/23 Total fund allocated: £18700 Date Updated: 18/7/23
Key indicator 1: Increase confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport Percentage of total allocation:
13%
Intent Implementation Impact Next Steps
PE Long Term Plan is in place and ensures progression in skills across the school

Ensure long term plan for each phase specifies which objectives will be covered in which unit for Year X (2023-24)  and Year Y (2024-2025): 1.2 Ensure long term plan for each phase specifies which objectives will be covered in which unit for Year X (2023-24) so that:

·       Progression of skills within and across phases is clear

·       There is a balance within outside games, gymnastics and dance

·       Adequate resources are in place

 

£500 Whole school SOW in place ready for September 2023 which is progressive in skills and builds on previous knowledge and skills.
Release PE Leader to support teachers in their delivery of PE and understanding of the curriculum

·       PE Leader along with SLT to observe PE lessons through the year

·       PE leader will identify areas within PE that require improvement in delivery (specific sports or certain skills)

£2000

Individual support given to teachers

PDM to increase knowledge and skills of teachers as a result of questionnaires and observations

Internal and external support increases teachers knowledge and skill

Key indicator 2: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officers’ guidelines recommend that primary school pupils undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school Percentageof totalallocation:
9%
Intent Implementation Impact Next Steps
Subject Leader to monitor lessons and ensure PE lessons are taught twice weekly

PE Leader along with SLT to observe PE lessons through the year

PE leader will identify areas within PE that require improvement in delivery (specific sports or certain skills)

Monitoring frequency and length of lesson as well as quality of teaching and learning

£750

Individual support given to teachers

As needed

PE is taught twice weekly

Children do at least 30minutes of physical activity in school

Continue to monitor and promote the Active Mile so that children are having more opportunities for physical activity on a daily basis

PE leader and SLT to monitor class to ensure the active mile takes pace

Pupils, families & community have increased awareness and participation of sport/exercise in their lives through emails, newsletters, events both in and out of school

Take part in World mile day

£500

Children have additional fitness/ physical activity

Children’s stamina has improved

Daily mile charity session to promote the health benefits and raise money

Mental health and well-being of pupils enhanced due to weekly running

Families feel that the school’s opportunity for weekly outside exercise – aids their child’s mental health and well-being

 

Increase level of awareness, interest and participation of sport and exercise in schools: Link with after school sport clubs/competitions/festivals/ intra school – so the school, community & children to be better prepared for life and exercise Increase of the profile/importance of PE,  via either: board &/or website &/or newsletters – maintained & updated £500

PE leader to check for coverage, impact and suitability of after school sport clubs/ events/guests/mile a week Community/ children/ family questionnaires

Mental health and well-being of pupils enhanced due to outside sporting achievements and experiences of being at the events/ part of the school

Families feel that the school’s provision and opportunities for sport at the school – aids their child’s mental health and well-being

Key indicator 3: The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement Percentage of total allocation:
34%
Intent Implementation Impact Next Steps
Ensure hall equipment is maintained and equipment is safe to use

Improve provision for teaching in all areas of PE

Ensure new resources are appropriate for use, replace old PE resources

£1800

Sports equipment is safe and ready to be used for each PE session

Additional PE equipment has been purchased

Develop Sports Leaders in KS2 to support teachers and other children

PE Leader to identify and develop the role of sports leaders in the school helping with equipment set-up, coaching, challenge for other children and to model skills

PE leaders to promote physical activities to their peers with support from staff at play and lunchtimes

£1000

The profile of physical education and the benefits are shared throughout the school day by staff and peers

Children are more active and try different sports/equipment at play and lunch times.

Purchase additional PE resources to replace old, lost, damaged equipment PE Leader to audit all PE equipment and identify resources that are suitable for all age groups in the school £2000 All equipment has been audited, and new equipment purchased as necessary
Raise the profile of sport and the interest of our children in sport by inviting outside professionals visiting school – inspiring younger generation of sportspeople PE leader to check for coverage, impact and suitability of guest £1500

Children are inspired and enthused to try and develop existing skills and knowledge in sports

Mental health and well-being of pupils enhanced due to outside sporting visitor; pupils interest enhanced in other sports

Families feel that the school’s opportunities for outside sports people at the school – aids their child’s mental health and well-being, influencing their interest in sport

To raise children’s skill, enjoyment and confidence is increased in terms of bike (UKS2) and scooter (YrR) riding

PE led to organise Bike Ability for UKS2, communicate with families and support staff

YrR led to organise and ride scooter training for YrR pupils

0

Children’s skill, enjoyment and confidence is increased in terms of bike (UKS2) and scooter (YrR) riding

 

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and physical activities offered to all pupils Percentage of total allocation:
15%
Intent Implementation Impact Next Steps
Ensure Year 6 participate in swimming lessons

To receive swimming lessons by trained professionals to develop confidence in the water and improve swimming skills and stamina (over distance)

To ensure that are competent and confident to swim at least 25 metres

Children understand the safety aspect

Children can perform safe self-rescue

£1500

72% can now competently swim 25 metre

All children improved on their starting ability

100% children performed safe self-rescue in different water based situations

 

Feedback to families so they continue to help their child improve their swimming ability

 

Develop range of extra-curricular sports clubs

All children throughout the school have the opportunity to take part in a wide range of after school clubs

To encourage 50%+ of pupils to engage in extra-curricular sports provision and develop their understanding of the importance of health and fitness

£300

The school has increased their offer of clubs both before and afterschool

Out of school club achievements are celebrated in whole school assemblies

44% of main school children attend a club

10% attend two clubs

2% three clubs

1% four or more clubs

15% of pupil premium children attend clubs

6% of pupil premium children attend two clubs

1% of pupil premium children attend three clubs

School to ensure that all families know that funding is available for children to attend extracurricular clubs if needed

Work on raising the number of children, especially pupil premium children that attend clubs

Survey families to find out which children attend clubs out of school

More pupil premium children will access sports clubs and represent the school at inter-school events

Ensure that eligible PP children have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of after school activities

This will allow these children to have the same opportunities as other children and develop a variety of skills

£1000 PP children have been given the opportunity to represent and attend sports events giving PP children more chance of having the same experiences as their peers Continue to provide children, especially PP,  with a range of  experiences of sports, and representing their school
Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport Percentage of total allocation:
29%
Intent Implementation Impact Next Steps
Transport costs to and from events

Enable children to access a wider range of events

Children have the opportunity to compete in more events, with distance to events not being a restricting factor

£2000 Children can attend sports activities/events that are beyond walking distance Continue to provide transport
Develop more opportunities for children to participate in competitive sports events (intra- and inter-school).

Ensure that the school provides opportunities for children to attend clubs in preparation for events with other schools

More children will attend events and represent the school

All children in school will have taken part in intra-school events (team games, challenges etc)

Cover the cost of entry into events, staffing costs, travel

£350 Children all have experiences of representing school in sports events/activities Continue to develop opportunities for children to participate in sports outside of school

Develop events administrator role

Admin to support events and monitor take-up of extra-curricular opportunities

Staff are reminded of events prior to dates and children and parents are informed; events to run smoothly.

The school knows which pupils are accessing events, with a focus on those eligible for PP – ensuring that the costs are covered for pupil premium children.

£3000

Staff have received information in good time to plan numerous events

Focus on PP children is in place, and child who attend sporting events are monitored

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Signed off by
Head Teacher: Jenny Verhiest
Date: 18/7/23
SubjectLeader: Paul Organ
Date: 18/7/23
Governor: Kate Reynolds
Date: 18/7/23
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