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PE and Sport Premium

P.E (PHYSICAL EDUCATION) AND SPORTS PREMIUM 2016-2017

 

Sport Premium is an amount of money which the government has agreed to allocate to schools to increase the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision, and increase participation in PE and Sport. The funding amount received by schools is based upon the number of children of primary age at the school.  

At Alwoodley Primary School the PE team, which is led by Miss J Hill and Mrs K Wighton, have the responsibility for developing PE and Sport and deciding upon the effective use of Sport Premium Funding.  Our school already has an excellent reputation for Sport and P.E. and we are proud of all of our sporting achievements. We welcome the additional funding, which will further enhance our provision and provide additional opportunities for increased participation.

 

 

The following table shows how Alwoodley Primary School intends to spend the 2016/2017 Sports Premium money (£9845)

 

Investment

Benefit

Impact

Cost

Investing in the Leeds PE and School Sport Offer 

( Active Schools)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Professional development for staff which will impact on teaching and learning in PE
  • Extensive competition programme for Early Years Foundation, KS1 and KS2
  • Play on the pitch events
  • Non-competitive festivals for Foundation KS1 and KS2
  • Access to a range of SSP (School Sport Partnerships) programmes
  • Membership to YST (Youth Sports Trust) and Leeds School Sports Association

 

  • Excellent range in what we offer to the children across school as part of their PE curriculum
  • Improved teaching and learning
  • Wider opportunities for participation across all age ranges
  • Transport to competitions and other sporting events (based on previous years spend)

£2700

 

  • Active schools SLA

£1000

 

  • Subject leaders to attend the conference

£100

Swimming lessons for pupils in Years 1-6 (The National Curriculum states: "All schools must provide swimming instruction either in Key Stage 1 or Key Stage 2.)

 

  • Increased opportunity for our pupils to attempt block swimming
  • Additional booster lessons for pupils in Year 4 who need extra support
  • A higher percentage of our pupils confidently exceeding the target outlined in the new national curriculum

 

  • Swimming lessons

     £3500

 

  • Transport to swimming

      £1500

Investment in playtime leaders

  • Qualified coach teaching a range of games to the children outside of their PE provision
  • Increased participation and activity at playtime. Research shows that an increase in activity will have a positive impact on concentration in the classroom
  • AC and JM

£9500

A variety of approved sports coaches delivering PE across school

  • Specialist teaching
  • Coaches will offer support to teachers when they are planning their own PE lessons
  • Increased skill and understanding for the pupils
  • Professional development of staff as this is NOT PPA cover it is joint teaching
  • Leeds Force basketball foundation

£420

A wide range of extra-curricular clubs led by external approved specialists

  • Pupils are experiencing a wider breadth of sports
  • Increased participation across all age ranges (Please see our link to extra- curricular provision)
  • TSC clubs

£900

  • Laura Jakes Dance

£700

Curriculum enrichment-

 

  • PE will enhance other subjects. We are making more cross curricular links and ensuring that the pupils understand how PE links to other areas

 

  • Increased attainment in other subjects and increased activities in core and foundation subjects
  • Maths of the day subscription

      £495

  • Leeds Force Basketball foundation mentors programme Y6

£320

 

Impact Statement 2016 (based on use of 2015-2016 Sport Premium Funding)

 

  • Pupil participation in sporting activity remains high as a result of our membership to active schools – data has been collected to reflect this.
  • There has been another increase on previous year in the schools participation in sporting competitions and festivals in school and beyond. For example, we are delighted that we have a World Champion at Alwoodley Primary School. A year 6 pupil, returned from Portugal with a gold medal after competing in the Under 11 Kumite (the fighting section of karate) championship.  Her interest in the sport began with her participation in the school club.
  • Active Schools’ membership has had a significant impact on improved sports provision at Alwoodley Primary School. It also provides access to high quality facilities, equipment and professional expertise.  It will continue to be a priority for funding. Data upon increased participation is available.
  • The school participated in more sporting events as a result of additional funding for coaches and transport.
  • Teacher’s professional development, skills and confidence in coordinating PE provision has improved as a result of specific training.
  • The school achieved the Gold ‘School Games Award’ as part of this initiative.
  • The payment of coaches to organise and teach after school sports has ensured that there is a wide range of activities on offer for children and that participation levels remain high. This forms a small part of our sporting provision as staff also provide sports clubs and support children at events such as netball tournaments, football tournaments, cricket etc.
  • Increased activity in other curriculum areas as a result of Maths of the Day subscription and training.  This is beginning to come across in other subject areas as a result of staff training led by subject leader.
  • Increased levels of activity at playtimes as a result of the investment in playground leaders. All lunch time supervisors were invited to attend training about how to promote active playtimes led by subject leader. Playground leader staff have targeted specific pupils (for example PP) to get involved in active playtimes.
  • Y3/4 participating in 1K a day (Spring and Summer terms) and recording their own personal best times. This has proved very motivational for those children who do not want to participate in competition against others.
  • Evidence of high levels of participation is available through club registers.
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