PE and Sports Premium

 

Portreath Primary School

Sport Premium Funding 2015/16

 

What is it?

The government has provided £150 million per annum for the academic years 2013/14, 2014/15 and 2015/16, and will continue to provide this funding until 2020, to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The funding is being jointly provided by the Department for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and sees money going directly to primary school Head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all children. Each school receives £8000 plus an extra £5 per pupil. This money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

 

How much pupil premium money did Portreath Primary School receive in 2015/16?

The PE Funding allocation for Portreath Primary School in 2013/2014 was 8620 .

The PE Funding allocation for Portreath Primary School was 2014/2015 was £8610.

The PE Funding allocation for Portreath Primary School for 2015/2016 was £8620.

 

What benefits are there?

Our school regards the role of sport to be one of high importance and we believe that sport and PE contributes greatly to the children’s academic attainment and personal achievement. Through sport children can develop skills and attitudes that will carry them through to adulthood. Through sport children can develop confidence, self-esteem, resilience, cooperation, team work, health and fitness, turn taking, coping with success and losing, conflict resolution, determination, aspiration and well-being – amongst many others. Through sport children can learn to play, take part in a range of activities and be given the confidence to join clubs and activities outside of school. In turn this, therefore, contributes to them benefitting from a ‘ready-made’ group of friends wherever they may end up working or living.

 

What does the Sport Premium mean for my school?

‘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’ (DfE June 2013).

 

At Portreath Primary School we have divided the funding into three main areas; Physical Education, Healthy Active Lifestyles and Competitive Sport. We have decided to spend the Sport Premium Grant on the following:

 

Physical Education

Raising Standards For All Our Children In Physical Education

Objectives

Success Criteria

Impact

(to be measured Summer Term 2016)

To increase staff’s subject knowledge and confidence in teaching PE.

  • Staff deliver high quality PE through well planned lessons.
  • Children enthusiastic and positive about PE and sport.
  • Improved academic attainment.

 All teaching staff confident in teaching lessons focused on improving the physical literacy of their pupils.

 

To assess the progress of all pupils to support their health and well-being and improve achievement.

  • Teachers, children and parents knowledgeable about achievements and next steps in order to accelerate progress.

 Assessment is improving in PE and children are becoming more knowledgeable and able to articulate what skills they are working on to improve.

To increase the range of sports the children take part in and ensure equipment is high quality and fit for purpose.

  •  Greater opportunity for children to engage in physical activities and high quality sport.

 Children across the school engage in school to school competition within the primary family of schools as well as the Cornwall Sports games and County wide competitions.

 

 

 

Healthy Active Lifestyles

Ensuring All Children Have Access To Regular Physical Exercise

Objectives

Success Criteria

Impact

(to be measured Summer Term 2016)

To increase the range of extra -curricular clubs, ensuring quality and variety.

  • An increased number of children participating in extra-curricular sports.

 An increasing range of extra curricular clubs are  on offer bu this is looking to increase further next year.

To develop children’s skills to organise and lead playtime sports and games through the introduction of ‘Play Leaders’ and ‘Sports Leaders’.

  • An increased number of children assuming responsibility to lead games and sports.

Introduction of Play Leaders at lunchtime very successful. 8 children with responsibilities – increased self-confidence and leadership skills.

To improve the attainment and achievement of all pupils by focusing on short, regular physical breaks.

  • Pupils alert and ready for learning.

Feedback from children engaged in Wake and Shake sessions is positive- enjoyment and enthusiasm for the sessions at the start of the school day.

 

Competitive School Sport

Increase Pupils’ Participation In Sporting Competition

Objectives

Success Criteria

Impact

(to be measured Summer Term 2016)

To increase the number of competitions children participate in.

A greater number of children participating in all levels of competition, including school to school and area competitions.

 Children across the school engage in school to school competition within the primary family of schools as well as the Cornwall Sports games and County wide competitions.

To ensure children are well-prepared and a range of children selected according to skills, aptitude and enthusiasm.

A number of children selected, including both boys and girls and across year groups.

PE subject lead involved in selection and coaching of pupils before participation in school-school competition.

Sustainability

The impact of the Sport Premium Funding will have a long term lasting effect and impact on Portreath Primary School. The use of the money to hire sports coaches is impacting on staff confidence to deliver high quality PE and Sport sessions. Continuing CPD opportunities are planned and will continue to improve our PE and Sport provision.

 

Primary Sport Premium Funding Expenditure

 

Number Of Pupils On Roll

Total Funding Received

143

£8610

 

2015/2016 Objectives

 

  • To increase staff’s subject knowledge and confidence in teaching PE.
  • To assess the progress of all pupils to support their health and well-being and improve achievement.
  • To increase the range of sports the children take part in and ensure equipment is high quality and fit for purpose.
  • To increase the range of extra -curricular clubs, ensuring quality and variety.
  • To develop children’s skills to organise and lead playtime sports and games through the introduction of ‘Play Leaders’ and ‘Sports Leaders’.
  • To improve the attainment and achievement of all pupils by focusing on short, regular physical breaks
  • To increase the number of competitions children participate in.
  • To ensure children are well-prepared and a range of children selected according to skills, aptitude and enthusiasm.

Spending Plan 2015/2016

 

Raising Standards in PE

Purchasing of ‘Real PE’ programme of work for YR-Y6(including CPD training for staff)

 

CPD of PE subject lead-conference attendance

 

Annual subscription to YST

 

Purchasing of ‘Skills 2Achieve’ assessment package

 

Year 5 Transition Surf Day

 

Purchasing of sport equipment

 

 

£1995

 

 

£180

 

£200

 

 

£445

 

£300

 

£140

 

 

Access To Regular Physical Exercise

Annual subscription of ‘Cybercoach’-an interactive teaching tool

 

Annual SLA with Pool Academy

 

Purchasing of PlayLeaders’ armbands and play equipment

 

Coaching linking to local, community clubs

 

 

 

 £212

 

£500

 

£40

 

 

£3445

 

 

Competitive School Sport

Travel to competitions

 

 

 

£800

 

 

Total Planned Expenditure

£8610