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Evaluation of Birdlip Primary School Physical Education and Sport Premium Funding 2017-2018

DfE Vision Statement

ALL pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

5 Key Indicators

  • 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.

Funding for Primary School PE and Sports

The current Government has allocated an additional £150 million state funding to all state sector primary teaching establishments for the academic years of 2013 - 2016. It has now been confirmed that the funding will be doubled and continue for the academic year 2017-2018.

The fundamental aim of this grant aid is to further improve the provision and quality of Physical Education (PE) and Sport provided by all primary schools nationally. The funding is provided jointly by the Departments of Education, Health; Culture Media & Sport and is to be ring fenced thus ensuring that schools spend their grant only upon PE & Sport as well as initiatives that address developing healthy lifestyles in either curricular or extra-curricular settings.

Purpose of funding

It is a mandatory requirement, as authorised by Department of Education (DfE), that all state schools dedicate this funding upon developing their provision of PE and sport, although how they do decide to address this task remains their decision. Birdlip Primary School has committed itself to following the statutory guidance as provided by DfE and Ofsted. Evidence of our school’s pledge to enhancing staff professional development can be determined through the PE CPD training programme which benefits all members of the teaching staff.

 Accountability

From September 2013, responsibility for the effective spend and impact of the grant aid rests with every state primary sector teaching establishment. Ofsted has publicised their intention to increase the coverage of inspection related to PE and sport.

Ofsted has also confirmed that it will carry out a percentage of subject visit inspections per year as a means of analysing the success of the national strategy.

The Department of Education routinely publishes statutory compliance targets for all schools. Such an example of this practice includes the requirement that schools must publish online evidence of how they have spent their Primary PE and Sports Premium funding as well as identifying the positive impact of the funding. This Government order is intended to enable the wider school community to monitor progress and compare achievements and results with other local schools.

An overview of how we have spent our Sport Premium Funding for 2017-2018 can be seen in the table below, this is followed by a more detailed analysis of the intended impact of the funding:

Amount of PE Sports Grant Academic Year 2017-2018                      £16880

 

How we plan to spend this funding:

Specialist PE teachers/coaches (includes CPD for teachers)

Specialist Games Coaching  (Atlas) – Multi Skills                                      £1150
Specialist Games Coaching  (Atlas) – Hockey                                               £800
Specialist Games Coaching  (Atlas) – Netball                                             £1528
Specialist Games Coaching  (Atlas) – Football                                           £1528
Specialist Games Coaching  (Atlas) – Fizzy Programme                             £940
Specialist Games Coaching  (Atlas) – Gymnastics                                       £500
Glos Cricket Board – Cricket                                                                             £60

P.E. Professional Development for Teachers/Teaching Assistants
Sports CPD (Atlas)                                                                                          £1271

P.E. Leader Release Time
P.E. Leader Release Time to attend competitions                                     £500
P.E. Leader Release Time to observations and organisation                   £250

Additional Resources to Support P.E.
Sports Equipment/Sports Day Field Prep                                                 £2500
All Weather Sports Field Development/Goal End Contribution           £3000
ICT equipment for P.E. provision                                                               £1000
Sports Competition Affiliation/Entry Fees                                                 £400
Sports Competition Travel                                                                            £600
Sports Trophies                                                                                                £53
Sports Enrichment events/trips                                                                  £800

 

Total Planned Spend Academic Year 2017-2018                                 £16880

 

Total Carried Over to Academic Year 2018-2019                                         £0

 

Amount of P.E. Funding Expected Academic Year 2018-2019        £16880

(F/Y calculation £5 per pupil x 90 (Y1-Y6) January 2016 Census plus £8000)

Birdlip Primary School

PE and Sport Premium Expenditure 2017/18

Number of pupils

 

Total number of pupils on roll

 

 105

 

Total amount of premium

£8450               Paid in 2 instalments

Sept17-Mar 18  and  Apr 18 – Aug 18

 

Birdlip Primary School PE and Sport Priorities for 2017-18

Conditions of grant: The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, in the 2017 to 2018 academic year, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles

P1. Develop expertise of staff in teaching P.E. across key stages using CPD sessions from Atlas sports, develop the use of ICT in P.E. teaching as a method for self and peer assessment.

P2. To continue extending the breadth and range of activities pupils can engage in at unstructured/extra-curricular parts of the school day with a particular focus on engaging girls. 

P3. To give children more opportunities to develop wider engagement in competitive sports competition both inside and out of School.

 

 

 

 

Spending of PE and Sport premium (how it has been or will be spent in 2016-17)

 

Item/Project

Cost/ Timescales

Objective/Priority

Intended impact (to be achieved by end of academic year).  How is premium contributing to developing a healthy and active lifestyle?

How will improvements be sustained in the future?

Specialist PE teachers /coaches (includes CPD for teachers)

 

P1. Develop expertise of staff in teaching P.E. across key stages using CPD sessions from Atlas sports, develop the use of ICT in P.E. teaching as a method for self and peer assessment.

P2. To continue extending the breadth and range of activities pupils can engage in at unstructured/extra-curricular parts of the school day with a particular focus on engaging girls. 

P3. To give children more opportunities to develop wider engagement in competitive sports competition both inside and out of School.

 

Children are given consistently outstanding and enjoyable P.E. Lessons.

 

Children’s are taught a wider range of sports with increasing knowledge and interest of that particular sport.

Children will become more aware of what a healthy lifestyle entails.

They will understand the importance and benefits of physical activity

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P.E. lessons at Birdlip Primary will draw upon the strong subject knowledge of staff that has been developed through the use of external coaches in order to provide high quality provision. This clearly had a big impact during last year’s P.E. and will be sustained by the regular monitoring and feedback given to staff.

Staff will continue to grow in confidence when teaching a wider range of sports which will in turn lead to a wider provision of sporting activities and therefore a wider choice for pupils.

After school clubs targeting girls in particular will be set up in conjunction with Atlas sports with a view to having the sports teams take part in competitive sports against other schools in the area.

Children in both KS1 and KS2 will have access to after school clubs covering a wide variety of sports and active activities encouraging children to take part in an active lifestyle both inside and outside of school.

 

 

Specialist Games Coaching (Atlas Sports) – Multi - Skills

£1150

Specialist Games Coaching (Atlas Sports) - Hockey

£800

Specialist Games Coaching (Atlas Sports) – Netball

£1528

Specialist Games Coaching (Atlas Sports) – Football

£1528

Specialist Games Coaching (Atlas Sports) – Fizzy Programme

£940

Specialist Games Coaching (Glos Cricket Board) - Cricket

£60

Specialist Games Coaching (Atlas Sports) – Gymnastics

£500

PE Professional Development for Teachers/Teaching Assistants Sports CPD (Atlas)

£1271

P1. Develop expertise of staff in teaching P.E. across key stages using CPD sessions from Atlas sports, develop the use of ICT in P.E. teaching as a method for self and peer assessment.

P2. To continue extending the breadth and range of activities pupils can engage in at unstructured/extra-curricular parts of the school day with a particular focus on engaging girls. 

 

Staff will now have greater subject knowledge in the area of P.E and have a bank of creative activities to use during P.E. sessions.

PE and Sport lessons. Quality of teaching for PE will consistently be judged consistently good or better.

Pupils will be able to enjoy high quality sport and PE in school which continuously promotes healthy and active lifestyles.

 

Staff will be able to identify weaknesses in their subject knowledge which can then be improved through the use of targeted and effective CPD.

Regular monitoring and feedback sessions, will allow all staff to reflect on their sessions. In turn helping them shape and develop future sessions enabling CPD to continue.

Audit of staff at the beginning and end of the year including lesson observations to target specific areas which could be improved.

PE Leader Release Time

 

P2. To continue extending the breadth and range of activities pupils can engage in at unstructured/extra-curricular parts of the school day with a particular focus on engaging girls. 

P3. To give children more opportunities to develop wider engagement in competitive sports competition both inside and out of School.

 

Competitions – the school intends entering a wider range of sports than last year. These will be: Football; Tag Rugby; Netball; Swimming Gala; Hockey; Athletics and Mountain Biking. Plan to create an inter-school tournament hosted at the school for a variety of sports.  These experiences encourage pupils to join out of school sports teams/clubs.

Monitoring of records to evidence continuous improvements in the quality of teaching in PE across the school and across a range of sports.

Pupils will be able to enjoy high quality sport and PE in school which continuously promotes healthy and active lifestyles. This means they are more likely to continue to embrace an active and healthy lifestyle.

Promotion of healthy competition.

On-going tracking and assessment to ensure that high quality provision is continually put in place and that where it is not the areas for improvement are identified and addressed.

Regular feedback sessions from children who have taken part in the competitions.

Meetings with Sports ambassadors of the school with the P.E. coordinator.

Meetings with PE governor.

PE Leader Release Time to attend competitions

£500

PE Leader Release Time for observations and organisation

£250

Additional Resources to Support PE

P1. Develop expertise of staff in teaching P.E. across key stages using CPD sessions from Atlas sports, develop the use of ICT in P.E. teaching as a method for self and peer assessment.

P2. To continue extending the breadth and range of activities pupils can engage in at unstructured/extra-curricular parts of the school day with a particular focus on engaging girls. 

P3. To give children more opportunities to develop wider engagement in competitive sports competition both inside and out of School.

 

Due to a greater range of sports being taught throughout the year, more quality equipment will be used by the children. Some new equipment has also been introduced during the year to enhance the P.E. provision. With the planned increase in taking part in competitive sports it has become necessary to purchase some new high quality football goals.

Funding in this area will be monitored to ensure that equipment is relevant, up to date and of a high quality thus helping to ensure high quality provision of P.E.

Regular meetings with sports ambassadors of the school will enable feedback from the children of the current equipment.

Sports Equipment/Sports Day Field Prep

£2500

All Weather Sports Field Development /Goal Ends Contribution.

£3000

Children will have more opportunities to take part in sporting activity due to an all weather playing surface. Now fitted with Goal ends to provide even further opportunities for sport.  The further improvement in these facilities means that the organised cluster school tournament will be able to include competitive netball as well as football.

Continuous enjoyment of a new playing surface, which will promote children’s excitement in PE and outdoor learning and enable a wider range of sporting activities at a higher level for many years to come.

Sports Competition Affiliation/Entry Fees

£400

Children will have more opportunities to take part in sporting activity, with a greater range of sports being offered. New competitions offered this year include: Running and handball in addition to the sports offered from previous years.

Funding will be set aside to ensure pupils are able to enter a range of competitions in different year groups.

Sports Competition Travel

£600

Children will have more opportunities to take part in sporting activity.

Funding will be set aside to ensure pupils are able to enter a range of competitions in different year groups.

Sports enrichment events/trips

£800

 

Children will be able to be inspired by watching high quality professional sports as part of enrichment activities.  So far it is planned that the children will go to watch a rugby and cricket match within the academic year.

Funding will be set aside to fund the cost of relevant sports trips as a way to inspire the children to take up a sport outside of school.

Sports Trophies

£53

Trophies purchased for awards at the end of the year and for the new inter-school tournament.

Trophies purchased to award the winners of inter-school tournaments.

ICT equipment for PE provision

£1000

ICT equipment to enable the ability to analyse and evaluate the progress of children when taking part in P.E. sessions.  This includes more opportunities for pupils to peer-assess techniques as well.

A selection of tablets to be purchased specifically to be used in conjunction with a new assessment app being released to aide in the teaching and analysis of P.E. sessions.