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PE and Sport Premium

Primary School's Sport Funding (PE Premium)

 

At Spinney Hill Primary 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 Sport’s Funding will enable us to continue and extend our provision through employing a specialist PE staff to provide varied and high quality PE sessions within the curriculum for the pupils whilst simultaneously providing staff development. PE staff work alongside teachers to improve their confidence and skills in teaching PE.

 

We will also use the funds to develop after school activities to provide a varied menu of sport opportunities and enable the school to participate in more competitive sports competitions.

 

What is the Sports Premium?

DfE Outline Formula for Allocating the Doubled Primary PE & Sport Premium

The Department for Education (DfE) has announced some changes to the Primary PE & Sport Premium pages on the Gov.uk website to reflect recent ministerial decisions on the allocation formula for the doubled Primary PE & Sport Premium.
The high level changes are that from September 2017:
  • Schools with 16 or fewer eligible pupils receive £1000 per pupil; and
  • Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil
This is a straight doubling of the current formula and will mean that all schools will be able to deliver further improvements to their PE and Sport provision. The mechanism for payment will remain the same, with schools receiving 7/12ths of funding in Oct/Nov and the remaining 5/12ths in April/May. The webpage (which will be updated shortly) can be accessed HERE.
The DfE will publish the school level breakdown of funding for the academic year 2017 to 2018, including conditions of grant, in October 2017.

 

Each school will receive £16,000 plus an extra £10 per pupil each year for the next two years.

 

At Spinney Hill Primary School this is approximately £22, 000 a year. The money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

 

How is Spinney Hill Primary School making the most of this funding?

 

We have appointed 2 full time specialist PE staff who have timetables that enable them to carry out high quality PE lessons throughout the day  alongside teachers,  provide after school clubs and organise and facilitate competitions.

 

To maximising the opportunity they

1. Lead high quality PE sessions in curriculum time, observed by the class teacher to further develop their teaching skills in PE.

2. Plan varied after school and lunchtime clubs to develop the skills of known clubs and also introduce the children to new sports.

3. Organise and lead teams to take part in sports competitions.

4. Plan specific sports days and events to encourage healthy lifestyles

5. Evaluate and monitor the provision and use this to develop the type of provision we offer to meet as many children’s interests as possible

 

How at Spinney Hill Primary School is our Sports Premium enhanced?

 

At Spinney Hill Primary School we are part of two essential networks which provide additional CPD, resources, events and leadership tools to develop the impact of our Sports Premium.

 

Through Sport Premium Funding we have joined the Crown Hills School Sport Partnership. This provides opportunity for staff development facilitates competition, access to funding streams, specialist secondary school teaching support and supports the school in promoting high quality PE lessons, links across the curriculum and strategies to develop healthy lifestyles.

 

We are part of Leicester City School Sport & Physical Activity Network which is made up of 111 schools across the City, split into East and West Leicester. The network has been supporting Leicester City infant, primary, secondary, special & independent schools plus our further education colleges to enhance PE & school sport opportunities for ALL city young people.

 

This offer has been extended by being supplemented by National School Games Organiser programme which includes:

 

School Games Competitions

24 competitions across the year which include KS2, 3 and 4 and 6 disability/inclusive competitions

 

Sports Leadership

Access to leadership opportunities for level 1, 2 and 3 School Games competitions and certificates for secondary leaders supporting school games competitions

 

Physical Activity & Health Opportunities

Opportunities using physical activity to encourage healthy lifestyles/health and well-being such as primary Change 4 Life ENERGY Clubs

 

School Community Links

Partnership working with local authority and other community providers of sport to enhance the opportunities for school-club links and pathways including community sport. Support to develop secondary Satellite Clubs

 

CPD & Training

Co-ordination of a supplementary range of training workshops including NGB sports specific courses at an additional cost

 

Communication, Support & Resources

Website containing information, news, resources and online booking facility

 

 

What is the impact of the funding?

 

Each year the Crown Hills Partnership asks the school to audit provision. From this priorities for the year are set.

Current focus of evaluation has been centred on children evaluating learning within lessons.

 

Children’s opinions about sport have been sought and particularly how our limited grounds could be enhanced.

Seeking the children’s responses and engaging them in this process has resulted in the school being given funding from Sport England to initially address play surfaces in school.

 

We are presently evaluating the impact by looking at what clubs have taken place and how many children have been involved. Approximately 180 children a week are participating in after school activity.  Records have been kept of all children participating across the school.

 

As a result of the school joining Schools FA for both boys and girls, links have been made for children to join local clubs and participate further.

 

There is at least one competition with other schools each week.

 

There is now an increase in lunchtime sport which we wish to develop further.

 

Through participation we are able to develop a young leader’s programme.

 

The school has begun to work with the partnership to implement an evaluative online tool called Me and My Pupil.

 

Clubs, events and competitions held in 2016 - 2017

 

Clubs               Events & Comps
Rugby, football, cricket, dance, athletics, LCFC multi-sports, FA skills SEN club, Gymnastics. 

Sportsability festival, Cross country , Hi-5 netball, Disability athletics , Tri-golf

Tag-rugby, Girls football, Boys football, Basketball , Mini-tennis, Swimming , Gymnastics 

Cycling, Hockey, Boccia & Kurling, Kwik-Cricket, Golf, Athletics, rounders. 

 

KS1 – Over 40 children attended a club or sports trip

Year 3 & 4Over 80 children attended a club or sports trip

Year 5over 50 children attended a club or sports trip

Year 6Over 90 children attended a club or sports trip

 

= over 260 children involved in extra-curricular sport

Report on P.E and school sport provision 2016-17

Feedback on P.E CPD attended 16-17

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