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PE Premium Report

 

PE Premium Report

At Holly Meadows School, we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children.

Our Primary School Sports Funding will enable us to continue and extend our provision through employing additional sports professionals, entering into more competitive sports competitions and training our staff to deliver in-house quality PE sessions.

 

Possible uses of the funding include:

  • Hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE
  • New or additional Change4Life sport clubs
  • Paying for professional development opportunities in PE/sport
  • Providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE/sport
  • Running sport competitions, or increasing participation in the school games
  • Buying quality assured professional development modules or material for PE/sport
  • Providing places for pupils on after school sport clubs and residential visits

 

Holly Meadows School used the £8,579 funding for 2016- 2017 in the following ways:

Subscription to the West Norfolk School Sport Partnership to enable high level engagement in sporting activities and competition in the Western Area up to county level.

 

£1200

Employing a PE specialist as subject leader to oversee the PE curriculum, deliver PE lessons and oversee the provision we offer through after school clubs.

Our Subject Leader provides support for staff across the school, giving assistance with planning and delivery of the PE, quality assessment and advice on areas for development.

£6,679

Providing transport to and from sporting competitions.

 

£400

Specialist Dance teacher led workshops with Key Stage 2 pupils in preparation for performances, providing high quality CPD for staff.

£300

 

The impact of this funding in 2016-2017

  • The school has been recognised for its high level of engagement in PE, competitive and sporting activities and has achieved Gold Standard PE Kite Mark Award.
  • The HLTA with NPECTs training is leading PE across the school and advising staff on how to raise their quality of teaching.
  • Children who have accessed this provision provided by the sports funding are more knowledgeable and confident in more aspects of school sport.
  • Children have had more opportunities to keep fit and healthy and have a better understanding of why this is important.
  • Following a survey of the children’s preferences on clubs they would like to attend, sporting clubs have been run at some point for a half term (minimum) fun-fitness, dodge ball, football, multi-sports, cross country running and cycling.
  • Pupils from 4-11 years have developed their cycling skills and participated in competitions. The PE subject leader has completed ‘Go-Ride’ and Balance-ability cycle training. A large proportion of pupils in Key Stage 1 have learnt to ride a bike at school during the balance-ability course. All pupils taking part in the Off Road Cycle training in 2016-2017 passed to a safe standard.

PE Premium 2017-2018

Due to the successful development of PE and the breadth of experiences we can offer at Holly Meadows, we have decided to continue using some of the PE premium as we did in 2016-2017, with some additions funded by the increase.

In order to furtherenhance our PE provision, we have purchased the ‘All 4 Sport’ PE scheme of work for the whole school, including teacher resources and an assessment package. All 4 Sport will help us to collect pupil voice data and analyse the impact that our high quality lessons have had. It will provide us with PE CPD resources for all staff and will help our PE Subject leader to carry out annual PE health checks and create action plans.

How do we plan to monitor the impact of our spending?

  • Pupil interviews on the impact and enjoyment of the PE curriculum.
  • Regularly reviewing the use of the sports premium.
  • A profile of the impact on teaching.
  • Analysis of how active children are throughout the day.
  • A PE portfolio listing the range of PE activities.
  • Tracking data to highlight the percentage of pupils working at age-related expectations.
  • Parental questionnaires including reference to the PE curriculum.
  • Governor learning walks focussing on PE provision.
  • Staff questionnaires on the impact of CPD aspect to support their PE teaching.
  • Quality Marks for Sport Provision

 

In 2017-2018, we received £17,490 in PE and Sport Premium.

Here is the breakdown of our spending and the impact seen so far:

 

Details of our spending

Allocation

Impact Seen (reviewed March 2018)

Subscription to the West Norfolk School Sport Partnership to enable high level engagement in sporting activities and competition in the Western Area up to county level.

 

£1285

Excellent performances by both Year 2 and 6 in the West Norfolk Partnership Dance Festival with very positive feedback from pupils, staff and parents.

1st place in Sports-hall Athletics in the west of Norfolk and 4th in Norfolk.

Several pupils qualified for the second round of the area Cross Country competition and two were placed in the Norfolk Final.

Employing a PE special as subject leader to oversee the PE curriculum, deliver PE lessons and oversee the provision we offer through after school clubs and school swimming.

Our Subject Leader provides support for staff across the school, giving assistance with planning and delivery of the PE, quality assessment and advice on areas for development.

£6,405

Swimming Data for Summer 2017: 81% achieved the expected standard by the end of Year 6.

Swimming Data for Spring 2018: 85% achieved the expected standard in Year 6.  *Further swimming lessons are planned for the summer term of 2018.

Pupils receive a wide range of PE and school Sport opportunities.

All staff reported that PE CPD on (OAA) Outdoor Adventurous Activity (Sept 2017) has helped them to build physical activity into cross curricular outdoor learning in Maths, Geography and PSHE.

Parental Questionnaire December 2017: 95% of parents say that their child is encouraged to lead a healthy lifestyle through a range of PE and school sport activities.

Providing transport to and from sporting competitions and additional blocks of school swimming.

 

£450

Increased opportunities for the majority of our pupils to participate in sporting events off site as transport is provided.

Specialist Dance teacher led workshops with Key Stage 2 pupils in preparation for performances, providing High Quality CPD for staff.

£350

High levels of engagement in dance lessons. Teachers develop and refine dance routines for school performances and events. Positive feedback from parents on the quality of the performances.

All 4 Sport Package. *See above.

£2000

Staff able to track the progress and attainment of pupils in each aspect of PE. This data is used to ensure coverage of elements and to highlight areas for further development within future planning. PE leader is able to monitor and track each year group in much more detail and is well informed to report to parents on each individual pupil’s performance in PE. 

Installation of an outdoor trim trail to encourage more pupils to develop their balance and coordination for school sport. This equipment will be designed to last a minimum of 10 years so that both current and future pupils will benefit from it.

£7000

Recent installation in Spring 2018. So far, Pupils in EYFS and key stage 1 have used the trim trail to improve their physical and spatial awareness, to build strength and to learn about climbing safely. The children are asking to use this equipment on a daily basis which is helping to increase their level of physical activity.