Sports Premium Grant

     

                                                                          

 

 

Evidencing the Impact of the PE and Sport Premium Grant:

How well is the funding being used to improve the quality and breadth of PE provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils will adopt healthy life-styles and reach the performance levels they are capable of?

Amount of Grant Received:

£8930

Amount of Grant Spent: £7500

      Additional spend on PE and School Sport

£3000 – from local charity support and Health bids.

Date Autumn 2017 to summer 2020

School Principles for PE and Sport Premium Grant Spend:

We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities in PE are high quality, meeting the needs of all pupils so they may achieve their potential.

We provide a broad PE curriculum.

Sport Premium funding is allocated and targeted based on needs analysis which identifies priority classes, groups or individuals who will benefit from intervention in PE and Sport. Limited funding and resources means that not all children will be in receipt of sport premium interventions at one time.

Afterschool sports clubs are not capped. If numbers are large sports premium is used to employ extra support.

Web Link(s) to School Sport Premium Statements:

http://www.irlamendowed.salford.sch.uk/pe-and-sports/sports-premium-grant

 

Key Priorities: (Objectives of the funding)

1. Health and Well-Being

2. Raising the profile of PE and sport for whole school improvement

3. Professional Development in PE                          

4. Increasing the range of sports and activities on offer 

5. Competitive Sport

RAG rated progress:

· Red - needs addressing

· Amber - addressing but further improvement needed

· Green - achieving consistently

 

 

 Key Priority 1 Health and Well-Being

Ofsted Factor: a greater awareness amongst pupils about the dangers of obesity, smoking and other such activities that undermine pupils’ health

Actions and strategies

Evidence

Cost

                 Outcomes, Impact and sustainability

Progress (RAG)

Baseline 16-17

17-18

18-19

19-20

Allocation of additional TA to facilitate playground leaders and activities.

Increased to ensure rolling play toys are used.

Participation rates

Pupil feedback

Parental feedback

39 x 40

£600

Rolling playtimes ensured that a large % of pupils regularly participated in rolling toys and other games. Targeted children all participated and were encouraged to do so by allowing them to choose their wheeled toy first.

Feedback from children has asked for new resources and ramps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction of the daily mile

 

 

Ability of children involved to run for 15mins sustained will increase.

Free for now but will cost 15,000 over the next yr to install track.

16.17 = Trialled with yr2 and Yr4 children are all able to jog for longer periods and some are extremely good. Feedback shows children feel better, healthier and happier.

17.18 = to expand to 3 classes and eventually to whole school once a track has been purchased.

 

 

 

 

To ensure children who have not completed the KS2 swimming pass at the end of yr5 get catch up lessons after SATs in Yr6

100% pass rate

£400

Currently 90% the 3 or 4 children not passing are not currently getting extra session in Yr6. Due to timetable overload year.

 

 

 

 

Key Priority 2 Raising the profile of PE and sport

Ofsted factors: how much more inclusive the physical education curriculum has become; the improvement in partnership work on physical education with other schools and other local partners; links with other subjects that contribute to pupils’ overall achievement and their greater spiritual, moral social and cultural skills

Actions and strategies

Evidence

Cost

Outcomes, Impact and sustainability

             Progress (RAG)

Baseline 16-17

17-18

18-19

19-20

Introduction of New sport every year

Children being excited (registers)

 

£600

More children experiencing more sports and being linked to clubs outside of school

 

 

 

 

Annual Sports Dinner

 

 

Amount of children increases every year

£1500

This is the single most successful thing that IEPS has done to increase the profile of PE and School Sport with children and their parents. Over 75% of children attend and it is the main reason a lot of targeted children regularly attend after school clubs. Last year was our 8th.

 

 

 

 

Enter every local competion

 

 

Attend every competition offered in Salford aspossible

£2000

Since sports premium began and before under the old SSCO structure IEPS have been fully committed to sending at least 1 team to every competition in Salford.

 

 

 

 

School Sports Group

 

 

Enable a school voice in School PE and School Sports

£600

The crew have made the following happen:

  • Water polo all year
  • Water polo as part of Yr5 curriculum
  • Permanent fopotball nets
  • Rolling toys
  • More sports books in the library.

 

 

 

 

Key Priority 3 Professional Development in PE

                        

 

Ofsted Factor: how much more inclusive the physical education curriculum has become; growth in the range of provisional and alternative sporting activities

Actions and strategies

Evidence

Cost

Outcomes, Impact and sustainability

Progress (RAG)

Baseline 16-17

17-18

18-19

19-20

Mr Scrutton be be released to team teach and train other non-specialist PE staff to ensure High-Quality PE is taught throughout the school and sustained.

Lesson obs

Staff audit

Pupil feedback

Staff training feedback

Use of the afPE award (3 year process to identify needs and strengths)

£1000

The quality of PE lessons are always good or outstanding.

afPE quality mark with distinction is achieved again and new areas of improvement are planned for.

Lessons are mostly taught by a specialist PE teacher (BA QTS with afPE level 6 qualification).

Pupil feedback is positive about PE lessons with over 90% of the children.

 

 

 

 

 

Support neighbouring schools to raise the profile of PE and school sport

 

12 plus competitions annually.

2 sessions of training 2 each 8 schools.

 

 

£950

This is in its 5th year and has grown to capacity.

 

3 x annual meetings with PE leads for guidance of relevant and current issues in PE

 

School is committed as a host of the school games local competition

 

Provide in house training and demonstration lessons to all 8 schools in our cluster.

 

To offer add on days to help promote school sport

 

 

 

 

To facilitate the role of Mr Scrutton to reflect the successes of the programme

Termly newsletters

Feedback from pupils, teachers and headteacher. Reporting to Head teachers 6 x per yr.

 

Due to these meetings Head teachers, PE leads are better equipped with knowledge of how Sports premium should be spent and receive good ofsted comments. Well attended. New staff inducted well.

 

 

 

 

afPE accreditation used to evaluate the success and weaknesses of the school’s PE

Will have implemented a strategy for improvement for next 3yrs

£1000

Kitemark Gold achieved for 5th time in a row

afPE award with Distinction awarded again meaning we will have the award for 6yrs.

 

 

 

 

Key Priority 4 Increasing the range of sports and activities on offer 

Ofsted factor: the increase in participation rates in such activities as games, dance, gymnastics, swimming and athletics; the growth in the range of provisional and alternative sporting activities

Actions and strategies

Evidence

Cost

Outcomes, Impact and sustainability

                Progress (RAG)

Baseline 16-17

17-18

18-19

19-20

To ensure provision of a large variety of PE and school sports

 

PE Curriculum wall chart

Photos

Sports days

Children’s opinions (sports crew) New sport every year.

£1000

New sport every year means that we are always offerening the children new sports (lacrosse, rock-it ball, American football, archery amonst many many others).

 

 

 

 

Key Priority 5 Competitive Sport

                         

Ofsted factor: the increase and success in competitive school sports

Actions and strategies

Evidence

Cost

Outcomes, Impact and sustainability

                Progress (RAG)

Baseline 16-17

17-18

18-19

19-20

To compete in all l1, l2 and l3 school games opportunities.

 

We are always thw school that have competed in the most competitions in Salford (registers, photos)

£1500

IEPS regularly participate in Level 1, 2 and 3 events across the region and we have been the school to compete in the most amount of competitions

 

 

 

 

Leading competitions

 

 

All children in KS2 will lead a sporting event

£400

Children have lots of experience leading within PE lessons and at events such as:

  • Sports days
  • Infant indoor sports days
  • Level 2 Indoor athletics

 

 

 

 


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