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PE and Sport Premium

Sport Premium Funding - How we use it at South Wonston

 

PE Sports Premium Grant

Since September 2013, schools have been held to account for how they spend their additional “ring-fenced” funding. Ofsted will review the coverage of PE and sport and the impact of this funding. Funding for schools is calculated by reference to the number of primary-aged pupils. 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.

At South Wonston there is an emphasis on fair play, sporting behaviours and the use of high quality provisions. The pupils experience a range of games and skills during each half term covering sports such as netball, hockey, athletics, tag rugby, tennis, football, cricket, basketball, gymnastics, dance, golf, rounders, squash, swimming and orienteering.

We also cover all aspects of learning a healthy lifestyle and keeping fit. We offer as much as we can allow more children to be involved in traditional sports, as well as introduce them to new ones they may never have had the opportunity to try.

2015 - 2016

 

Intended outcomes for South Wonston School by July 2016

  • To increase the range of sporting activities offered to our children both within and outside of school hours.
  • To sustain involvement in inter school competitions organised by secondary school partnerships.
  • To provide training opportunities in Sport and PE for staff and parents.
  • To improve the teaching of gym and dance throughout the school.
  • To sustain the Sainsbury’s Gold Games Mark award.
 
PE Grant 2015-16 Total allocation across the year £9000 annually
Planned Expenditure Amount Comments
Southampton Football Club annual subscription £7296 Delivery of high quality PE provision to whole school and CPD opportunities for staff
Southampton Football Club – after school football/netball club (included) Delivery of high quality after school sports activities for KS2
Equipment £100  
Supply Cover £170 per day  
Professional Sports Coaches Hampshire initiative Bikeability
PE/Outdoor Education SLA £150 Hampshire Country Council support for off site visits, advice, training etc.
Miscelleaneous £34.10 per service inspection of hall equipment External safety inspection of equipment.
Provision of golf coaching sessions for Y3/4 to support curriculum and provide training for teachers. Attend local golf tournament. £300  
Provision of squash coaching sessions for Y3/4 to support curriculum and provide training for teachers. £300  
Training teachers and parents eg: tag rugby, cricket £90  
Running inter and intra sport activities at South Wonston release time for PE Leader to set up sports festivals £170 per day Football and Mulitskills Tournaments
Gym mats £1385.10  
Improve and maintain existing pitch markings. GM (Maintenance Contract)  
Table Tennis entry to local league £90  


Impact

 

  • Gymnastics training for staff – improved confidence and better progress for children.
  • Bikeability for Year 5 Teaching them effectively how to ride their bicycles – safe cycling to school and promoting healthy lifestyles as part of our walk to school initiative.
  • Residential trip to Avon Tyrrell for Year 6 – supporting costs for vulnerable pupils and providing opportunities back in school for those who did not go. Maximise the adventurous activities content of the programme.
  • A wider range of sports clubs provided for children incorporating boys and girls, SEN, PPG,EAL, etc.
  • Achieving “Gold” in gymnastics competing against others schools at the Hampshire Games 2015.
  • Children competing in all local schools festivities run this year.
  • Sports leaders have been trained and run their planned activities/games on a weekly rota.
  • Each year group competing in intra festivals in games lessons.
  • Regular sporting assemblies to encourage children to contribute their ideas on sport and leading an active lifestyle.
  • Sport ambassadors help with some PE administration eg: sorting out kit, tidying the PE shed, organising a Year 2/3 event.
  • Inter competitions held at South Wonston (football, multi-skills) for other schools promoting the Football World Cup and Olympics in Brazil in the summer.
  • Mentoring scheme in place for children competing in regional and national sports.
  • In our weekly Whole School assembly we encourage children to bring along sporting achievements and certificates to show the diversity of out of school activities that pupils are involved in.
  • Audit provision, monitor and evaluate quality of learning and provide more training for staff.
  • More ways to keep the children active during lunchtimes and break-times – new playground
  • equipment, clubs which are organised activities run by the children.
  • Links to the wider curriculum planned and execute: eg: Geography – Where in the World – linking to sporting venues the children have been to in the UK, where sporting events are being held and locating these on a map.


Summary

 

  • Gymnastics training for staff – improved confidence and better progress for children.
  • Bikeability for Year 5 Teaching them effectively how to ride their bicycles – safe cycling to school and promoting healthy lifestyles as part of our walk to school initiative.
  • Residential trip to Avon Tyrrell for Year 6 – supporting costs for vulnerable pupils and providing opportunities back in school for those who did not go. Maximise the adventurous activities content of the programme.
  • A wider range of sports clubs provided for children incorporating boys and girls, SEN, PPG,EAL, etc.
  • Achieving “Gold” in gymnastics competing against others schools at the Hampshire Games 2015 & 2016.
  • Children competing in all local schools festivities run this year.
  • Sports leaders have been trained and run their planned activities/games on a weekly rota.
  • Each year group competing in intra festivals in games lessons.
  • Regular sporting assemblies to encourage children to contribute their ideas on sport and leading an active lifestyle.
  • Sport ambassadors help with some PE administration eg: sorting out kit, tidying the PE shed, organising a Year 2/3 event.
  • Inter competitions held at South Wonston (football, multi-skills) for other schools promoting the Football World Cup and Olympics in Brazil in the summer.
  • Mentoring scheme in place for children competing in regional and national sports.
  • In our weekly Whole School assembly we encourage children to bring along sporting achievements and certificates to show the diversity of out of school activities that pupils are involved in.
  • Audit provision, monitor and evaluate quality of learning and provide more training for staff.
  • More ways to keep the children active during lunchtimes and break-times – new playground
  • equipment, clubs which are organised activities run by the children.
  • Links to the wider curriculum planned and execute: eg: Geography – Where in the World – linking to sporting venues the children have been to in the UK, where sporting events are being held and locating these on a map.
  • Pupils have highly positive experiences in PE lessons and in extra-curricular activities and are well prepared for the next stage in their education.
  • There is a range of activities and sports undertaken in the curriculum which reflect the children’s engagement and participation.
  • PE teaching consistently reflects the high expectations of staff and high aspirations for all pupils. It promotes pupils’ positive attitudes to learning and participation and ensures that their achievement is at least good.
  • PE makes an excellent contribution to pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
  • The school takes effective action as a result of regular monitoring and evaluation to enable and support all pupils to reach intended outcomes and set their own next steps.
  • Best practice is spread effectively through excellent partnerships with other local primary, secondary schools and involvement in local sports networks.
  • PE provisions have had positive effect on classroom behaviour and the willingness to learn.
  • Improved awareness of how PE and classroom learning can link together (eg: Personal Bests.)
  • Supported two other primary schools in developing PE provision.

2016 - 2017

 

 

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