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Sports Funding

The Sports Premium allocation for St Alban’s Catholic Primary School in 2018/2019 is:

£19,885 (Grant for 18/19 = £18,350) (Brought forward from 17/18 = £1,535)

Total spend in 2018/2019 = £19,900

Key achievements
to date:

  • Boys and girls from year 3, 4, 5 and 6 now make up the school Football Team participating against local schools.
  • There are three after school clubs for football across Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.25% of Key Stage 1 attend the after school football club. 20% of Key Stage 2 attend after school football club. This is a 90% increase compared to last year.
  • Creation of sports specific lunch time clubs and 20 children have joined the lunchtime netball club.
  • Open dance sessions for children during lunch times with over 75% of children in KS1 and KS2 participating one lunch time per week.
  • Team teaching with class teachers across Key Stage 1 with assessment date recorded through video to show key teaching points.
  • Gymnastics teaching from specialist coach for all children from Reception to Year 6.
  • Inter school table tennis tournaments across KS2.Creation of after school table tennis club with matches against local schools.
  • Daily afternoon fitness sessions across key stage 2 with 1 per week led by a coach.
  • Re-design of the school curriculum map and assessment tool.

Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:

  • Implement fitness sessions across KS1.
  • After School club provision for KS2 to link with school games programme.
  • Creation of Sports Leaders Programme for Year 6 to lead activities for Key Stage 1.
  • Video gymnastics lesson with coach to discuss key teaching points and terminology. Also look at progression across the year groups in relation to skills.
  • Develop confidence and skilled teachers through mentoring and team teaching with PE Specialist.
  • Building in planning and practical observations of all teaching with PE lead and Specialised Sports Coach for the school year.

Academic Year: 2018/19

Total fund allocated: £19,885

Key indicator 1:

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Weekly fitness session with sports coach one day per week.

Teachers to mirror for the remaining week.  

Sports specialist to demonstrate fitness circuit.

Class list to monitor progress and scores.

Classes to be completing a minimum of 10 minutes fitness daily.

Raise the profile of fitness to demonstrate the importance of fitness and physical activity each day.

Cost 1: £1,260

ALL pupils involved in 10 minutes of additional activity every day during the afternoon.

WIDER IMPACT AS A RESULT OF ABOVE

✔ Pupils are more active in PE lessons - take part without stopping to rest

✔ Standards achieved in PE NC are improving with over 95% achieving end of KS attainment target

✔ Attitudes to learning improved - better concentration and confidence

✔ Increase in confidence to participate in a wide range of physical activities

✔ Decrease in the number of children not participating in the lesson due to incorrect PE kit

Fitness embedded into afternoon learning.

Children rewarded for ‘best effort, endurance and perseverance with certificates, badges and medals.

Pathways to then participate in different activities in the local area.

£1,260 = 6.3%

Key indicator 2:

The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Professional coaching, Sport celebrations and competitions.

Celebrated and valued in class, assembly and by Head Teacher Awards.

Evidence of School Sports Premium outlined on School Website

Football equipment and new football kits to improve school teams.  

School parliament developing key interests in sport during the school day, selecting appropriate resources to support lunchtime games and playtimes

Daily lunchtime clubs across key stage 1 and 2.

Create a climate where children have an opportunity to ‘try’ at lunchtime with

 PE Specialist.

The PE coordinator to add a section to the existing monthly newsletter sharing updates and achievements.

PE coordinator to liaise with the Business Manager and Head teacher to evidence the spend.

Update placed on School Website and in newsletters

Samba goals, footballs and kits purchased

School Parliament selected resources

 Lunch time rota created and communicated with all LSAs.

Cost 2:

£500

£600

£12,520

Increased participation in all lunch time clubs across the whole school which has also resulted in increased participation in after school clubs.

WIDER IMPACT AS A RESULT OF ABOVE

✔ Parent are aware of the achievements, changes and school initiatives surrounding PE

✔ Standards achieved in PE NC are improving with over 95% achieving end of KS attainment target

✔ Attitudes to Sport are enhanced by motivational pictures and photographs around the school 

✔ Teachers and lunchtime supervisors can better facilitate sport through play at lunchtimes

✔ Decrease in the number of children not participating in the lesson due to incorrect PE kit.

✔ Children believe that they have choices related to sport and sport equipment they can use

✔ School teams feel more professional and confident during matches

PE coordinator to continue to coordinate with school office

Coaches comments to be added to PE newsletter along with success of pupils in outside clubs

.

Increase inter-school competitions across a variety of sports.

£13,620 = 68.0%

Key indicator 3:

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Team Teaching lessons with a Gymnastics coach across all year groups.

Team teaching for games for Year 1.

To assess the progress made by all pupils in every area of PE, ensuring progression through planning good quality lessons and considering key skills.

Increased confidence in Teaching and Learning across the school by collaboration between PE Specialist Class Teacher and PE coordinator.

Observation of PE lesson from SLT following delivery with PE Specialist highlighting individual children, looking at patterns and considering next steps.

Teachers to grow to eventually teach the main part of the PE lesson with guidance and feedback provided by the PE Specialist.

See cost 4

Cost 3:

£2,460

Planning and assessment tools easy to access on school system.

Awareness of assessment in correlation with future planning.

WIDER IMPACT AS A RESULT OF ABOVE

✔ Standards achieved in PE NC are improving with over 95% achieving end of KS attainment target

✔ Increased confidence in Teachers and Practitioners when teaching PE and Sport 

✔ Decrease in the number of children not participating in the lesson due to incorrect PE kit.

Record PE lessons through video to show level of energy/ cardio exercise involved.

✔ Good progress made by children in all aspects of PE

✔ Children believe that they have choices related to sport and sport equipment they can use

✔ Children can talk about their learning and know their next steps

✔ Children know ‘what makes good’ in their learning

Teachers to continue to lead PE lessons and assessment tools created with PE Specialist.

Teachers to sign post G&T pupils to outside clubs as highlighted with PE Specialist.

Teachers to shadow each other in lessons.

Follow up video sessions with PE specialist to highlight aspects of lessons.

£2,460= 12.3%

Key indicator 4:

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Additional achievements:

Mini – inter school tournaments planned and managed by the children and promoted by the Head Teacher

Specialist gymnastics coaching for all children across the school for one half term a year. Teachers to develop teaching strategies and new techniques by observing the coach during his lessons.

External experts to introduce new sports at lunchtime for year groups 3-6

To develop local school league for table tennis

Table tennis after school club open for years 3-6

Video gym sessions and ask Teachers to assess coaching points from coach and implement in their own planning.

Confident gymnasts in all year groups for both girls and boys who can perform simple gymnastic positions and routines.

Free Lunchtime clubs every day.

Table tennis tournament open to all children form Year 3 -6

Cost 4:

£2,560

Videos of all children participating in Gymnastics during the school year.

Children who choose to attend gymnastics.

Videos of Children playing table tennis at lunchtime.

Playtime/ Lunchtime participation.

Percentage of total allocation:

£2,560=12.9%

Key indicator 5:

Increased participation in competitive sport

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:  

Specialist training for teaching staff from PE Specialist impacting on developing and enhancing Children’s skills in sport across the school. Providing quality Physical Education through practical delivery and support with curriculum planning and assessment across the whole school.

Different children chosen to represent the school

High quality teaching and learning of PE throughout the school with embedded skills and understanding for both Teachers and Children. Games played against local schools

School team for both boys and girls in football and girls in netball.

 (Years 5 and 6)

Friendly matches in football with other schools for years 3 and 4. Enter local school tournament in line with events planner.

In house school competition

Teachers to highlight children to PE specialist

Parents and Carers with key sports skills to ‘share’ their skills with the school through assemblies and learning sessions

A focus on Cross Country and District Sports as well as other inter school competitions

Included in costs above

WIDER IMPACT AS A RESULT OF ABOVE

✔ Improved standards in invasion games in curriculum time

✔ More girls are keen to take part with a noticeable difference in attitudes to PE and sport.

✔ All staff have commented on the better integration of pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds and parents also showing more interest in PE and sports

✔ Teachers (from audit) feel more confident to teach P.E. effectively after meetings/ consultations with PE Specialist

✔ After school clubs are full and children complete audit at the beginning of the Spring term about what clubs they like, why and what they would like more of

Percentage of total allocation:

£0=0%

Yr 6 Pupils

  • Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 meters – 24/30
  • Use a range of strokes effectively –  27/30
  • Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations – 17/30