PE and Sports Premium

Primary School’s Sports Funding. What is the Sports Premium?  Last updated May  2017

 

The Government is providing funding of £150 million per annum each academic year to provide quality primary PE and school sport. Each school will receive £8,000 plus an additional £5 per pupil for the next two years – for Irlam Endowed this will equate to approximately  £9,105 this year.

 

Provision in school

We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities in P.E. are high quality, meeting the needs of all the pupils so they may achieve their potential. We provide a broad P.E. curriculum throughout the school covering a wide range of sports, dance and gymnastics within curriculum time and outside of school hours from Reception to Yr6.

90% of the Sport Premium funding will be used to continue to subsidise Mr Scrutton’s salary (BA QTS with P.E.). He will continue to teach the majority of P.E. within the school. When Mr Scrutton is not teaching, opportunities for appropriate CPD will be facilitated. The CPD offered to staff will lead to high Quality PE lessons and enable all children, regardless of ability to succeed in P.E.

The school have a very successful history of High-Quality PE lessons and out of hour’s provision and feel we are slightly ahead of the game in terms of Sports Partnership. We feel we have already set up a structure that is successful. The money will be used to sustain this model.

The school has successfully achieved Kitemark awards since its inception, with the latest award being Gold. The school is currently using the AFpe award mark to identify areas of improvement.

The remaining Sport Premium funding will be used for our contribution to our family of School’s Sports Partnership. Since 2012, Mr Scrutton has organised inter-school cluster tournaments to qualify for Salford competitions, and ultimately the School Games. Six primary and one secondary school buy into this sports partnership which releases Mr Scrutton one day a week to run the sporting tournaments plus offer a CPD programme for staff in neighbouring schools. His support has led to several schools receiving their first Kitemark accreditation. Mr Scrutton has a detailed action plan which shows areas for development, as well as cluster goals. He regularly attends the Head’s cluster group to feedback and find out what service the other schools require.

Reporting Outcomes

Updates relating to our provision for P.E. and Sport will be provided throughout the school year through the school newsletters and this page of our website.

The impact of the funding will also be reported annually to parents and governors.

 

Previous year’s plan for Sports Premium Grant spending 2015 /2016

Sports Premium Funding  Focus

Impact of Funding.     

Allocation of additional TA to facilitate Playground leaders at lunchtime. Lots of fun physical activities over break. Money to buy playground games equipment. Two dedicated lunchtime TAs. This has been increased in 2015/16 to incorporate our Rolling playtime resource/project

Rolling Playtimes has been a massive success and has seen 100% participation throughout KS1/2. The Rolling toys are always over subscribed for Golden Time. Our PE specialists also make use of resources to teach physical literacy through the school.

 

Towards the end of the year some children wanted to opt out of playing on the toys in favour of playing on the field or other activities.

Release of Mr Scrutton to train non -specialist teachers who teach quality PE, Physical Literacy, and Gymnastics.

Two teachers will receive gymnastics training this term. One has already observed a demonstration lesson for gymnastics in KS2.

The NQT and trainee teachers at Irlam Endowed have both received Gym training during the Spring term.

Release time for competitions organisation, delivery and follow up tournaments.

The PE lead is regularly released to organise tournaments and train staff from cluster schools. There are currently 4 schools out of 8 in line for achieving Gold Kitemark. 2 schools are aiming for silver.

Use of Minibus to transport cluster children to competitions.

Minibus has been used to transport all 8 cluster schools to multiple tournaments.

 

At least 1 TA has always accompanied the PE lead to all competitions. They also have specialisms. A TA has also been used to escort winning schools to Salford finals.

To fund the release time of Mr Scrutton to teach PE across the school, and offer CPD for cluster schools.

All classes from Rec – to Yr 6 have been taught by a specialist PE teacher for 2 hours a week.

To facilitate Mr Scrutton’s role of co-ordinating the cluster Sports Leads.

New meetings each term has enabled better quality participation of all cluster school in PE and school sports. More schools on course to achieve better Kitemark accreditations.

To facilitate time for Mr Scrutton to produce a termly publication for all 8 schools which reflects the successes of the programme.

An Autumn term newsletter has been published and sent to all schools in January 2016. The second issue for spring term has just been published.

 

Autumn and spring newsletters were published. Unfortunately, not enough schools sent details for the summer one to be published

To ensure children who have not completed the KS2 swimming guideline distance target at the end of Yr5, attend catch up swimming lessons the following year.

Planned for Summer term. This will be looked at once children have completed their SATs. Children in yr6 that have not achieved ks2 pass did not have catch up lessons. The curriculum was too full to enable this.

School to achieve AFpe award mark and maintain Gold Kitemark.  

AfPE award will need to be reapplied for next year. On course to regain Gold Kitemark. School won School of the Year in Salford last year. Gold award achieved along with a comment from the SGO saying that we would achieve a platinum award if one existed.

PE lead to achieve Level 5/6 qualification in PE (module of a masters)

Course is 6/8 complete and all coursework has been passed so far.

 

Level 5 has been passed with extremely positive comments regarding the high level of evidence and programmes. On task to pass level six in autumn too.

 

Current  year plan for Sports Premium Grant spending - 2016 /2017

Sports Premium Funding  Focus and objectives

Impact of Funding.   (Next update July 2017) 

Allocation of additional TA to facilitate Playground leaders at lunchtime. Lots of fun physical activities over break. This has been extended again this year and better accommodation to store the equipment has been purchased this year.

A welfare staff received training in October and has used to good effect at lunchtimes. Deputy Headteacher  has some yr6 playground leaders since Spring term (6 boys) who put on competitive activities for younger children every lunch time.

 

Rolling toys are still used periodically at laytimes and golden times

Release of Mr Scrutton to train non -specialist teachers who teach quality PE, Physical Literacy, and Gymnastics.

Two training teachers have been trained this year. Both have observed Mr Scrutton teach and then both have had a formal observations with written and oral feedback.

 

A TA has received support to do a physical Literacy session with a group of children on a Friday afternoon.

 

Release time for competitions organisation, delivery and follow up tournaments.

IEPS has attended every sporting opportunity (that hasn’t clashed) in Salford.

Use of Minibus to transport cluster children to competitions.

Minibuses are widely used by IEPS, Fiddler’s Lane, St Mary’s and Moorfield. This has resulted in increased participants at competitions with over 100 children at most competitions.

Release of TA to support competitions outside of school.

PE lead always has an attending adult at competitions.

To fund the release time of Mr Scrutton to teach PE across the school, and offer CPD for cluster schools.

As part of role as cluster lead, Jude Scrutton has been to all 7 neighbour schools to delivery bespoke training suited to the school’s needs.

To facilitate Mr Scrutton’s role of co-ordinating the cluster Sports Leads.

‘What’s app’ group very active and cluster lead meetings are well attended by 7 out of 8 schools.

To facilitate time for Mr Scrutton to produce a termly publication for all 8 schools which reflects the successes of the programme.

Newsletters are 3 x a week and have been well received and published by all 8 schools.

To readdress the disparity of girls who do after school sports clubs.

There have been massive improvements in this area. The current Girls football club has over 20 children on the register who regularly attend. In spring 2017 term, a girl’s only water polo club saw 15 girls sign up for the afterschool club and attend 6 hours of water polo. It is hoped that these girls will now sign up for their year group water polo. Evidence does suggest that the girls prefer to do sports clubs when they are girls only.

School to achieve AFpe award mark and maintain Gold Kitemark.  

Gold Kitemark re-achieved. afPE needs reapplying for this year. Platinum award can be achieved this year.

 

afPE has been reapplied for and our window selected. This is a long process for reapplication and Mr Scrutton has started to collect evidence for this process.

PE lead to achieve Level 6 qualification in PE (module masters).

Level achieved. Certificate received.

To enable the PE lead to have time to support named TA to deliver the activity club to children who traditionally do not do after school clubs.

Activate has temporally halted due to lack of space. Will resume again in April and run into autumn 1 next year.

 

Activate has started again in April 2017.

 

 

 


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