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Sports Premium 2019-20

Sport Premium is funding for primary schools aimed at sustainably improving the provision of physical education and sport in primary schools as well as encouraging the development of healthy, active lifestyles in all children. This year the finding has been increased and each school will now receive £16,000 plus £10 per pupil. Here at Gorseybrigg this comes to approximately £17,500 for 2018-19. We have been told that the funding will continue for the next academic year.

Through this funding, pupils at Gorseybrigg Primary School are offered a wide range of exciting sporting opportunities throughout the year. This year, we will be working with Qualitas to coordinate a range of competitions and events for our pupils in all year groups. They also organise many of our After School Clubs. We hope that this will give pupils an even wider opportunity to engage with sport in our local community.

The previous year (2018-19) our School’s Sports Premium Funding has enabled us to do the following:-

  • Achieve the Schools’ Gold Mark
  • Train some of our older children through the Bronze Ambassador Programme
  • Train Y5 and Y6 pupils to be Mini Leaders, as part of the Healthy Schools Initiative
  • Train Playground Buddies
  • Attend a wide range of sporting events across all age ranges, ensuring that pupils all have an opportunity to participate.
  • Engage in the Bikeability programme
  • Train all staff in mindfulness
  • Purchase new equipment, including P.E. mats, small equipment both for lessons and for social times and
  • Train the staff team to deliver the Real P.E. programme in school
  • Begin introducing Forest Schools and start to train a staff member in the delivery of this.
  • Train a member of staff to deliver a yoga programme to pupils from October 2018

 

Key indicator

Impact on pupils

Actions

Funding allocated

Evidence

Next steps

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

Pupils are engaged in at least 30 minutes of medium to moderate physical activity

 

School will ensure that all pupils’ mental, personal and physical health needs are met

 

 

 

 

 

Physical activity will be embedded into the school day through use of the outdoor areas.

Planned 2 hours of P.E. Lessons

KS2 – Monday Mile

Purchase of new playground equipment

Identify less active pupils and engage them in planned activities

MMS staff to utilise new equipment to create activities during lunchtimes

Forest Schools programme - expand into Y1 and begin to train additional staff

£250.00

 

 

£4000

 

Through Qualitas portal

 

£250

 

£2000

Observations

Timetables

Registration lists

form and evidence

Pupil questionnaires

 

The profile of P.E. and sport being raised as a tool for whole school improvement

P.E. and sport will be highly visible and accessible to all pupils

 

Pupils actively engage in a range of activities throughout the school year.

Celebration assemblies incorporate sports based awards every half term, linked to Real PE/Sports values

Playmaker activities

Peer buddy training (staff)

Website contains regular updates on sporting events

Equipment updated to ensure good quality for pupils through the year

Recording of activities and assessment of PE happens regularly is kept centrally.

£250

 

 

£300

£250

 

£300 (cover time) over year

 

£500

 

 

 

 

Resources from training

Observations

Displays

 

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching P.E. and sport

All staff will be able to deliver high quality P.E. and sports sessions and be able to assess pupil progress.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pupils develop a greater resilience to difficulties, and understand how sport can help their mental wellbeing.

 

All staff to continue to deliver Real PE following training 2017-18

Support of Real PE through online resource

P.E. Coordinator and HLTA to attend network meetings and relevant training. This to be cascaded to other member of staff

Additional CPD programme as follows:-

  • Psychology
  • FUNdamentals
  • Assessment

Sport Exercise Psychology Programme – Y6

Member of staff to complete course in delivering yoga to children with autism

MMS Staff to work as Playleaders during lunchtimes

 

 

 

Additional training with KC

 £300

 

See affiliation costs below

 

 

£1000 = cover costs of £1250

 

£210

 

£500

 

£1500

 

 

 

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

Pupils are able to engage in a wide range of activities and are encouraged to take part. Fitness and engagement in sport improves.

 

 

Pupils in Y5 and 6 who are not yet able to swim are offered additional sessions to enable them to swim 25m

Set up football and netball teams for the Y4/5/6 pupils, to compete in inter-school leagues

 

Bikeability programme offered for Reception, Y4 and Y6. 

Balance bikes purchased for Reception to use throughout the year.

Coach travel to a range of events (ringfenced)

 

 

 

 

Enlist support for coaching of individual teams

 £1150

 

£120

 

 

£2000 - for whole class activities

£500

 

Pupil questionnaires

Certificates

After school clubs list

 

Increased participation in competitive sport

Pupils regularly compete with others, both within school and in the wider community.

Pupils fully participate in the range of events offered by Qualitas

Exploration of further opportunities for pupils beyond Qualitas, ensuring long term sustainability.

Qualitas membership £1350

Pupil questionnaires

 

Sports Premium Overview – 2018-19 – Budget - £16,000 plus £10 per pupil.

Key indicator

Impact on pupils

Actions

Funding allocated

Evidence

Next steps

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

Pupils are engaged in at least 30 minutes of medium to moderate physical activity

 

School will ensure that all pupils’ mental, personal and physical health needs are met

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Physical activity will be embedded into the school day through active playgrounds

Planned 2 hours of P.E. Lessons

 

KS2 – Monday Mile

 

Stand Up For Derbyshire Programme

 

Identify less active pupils and engage them in planned activities

 

MMS staff to utilise new equipment to create activities during lunchtimes

 

Healthy Schools Award

 

The purchase of static gym equipment for the outdoors, suitable for pupils from 5-11

 

Forest Schools programme

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£250

 

 

 

 

 

 

£500

 

£4,000

 

 

 

£2,000

Observations

Timetables

Registration lists

Healthy Schools award form and evidence

Pupil questionnaires

Monitor quality of curriculum delivery as part of School Improvement

Plan

 

Monitor MMS staff and Mini Leaders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Complete application for award and ratify

 

Gain approval for equipment from governors

 

The profile of P.E. and sport being raised as a tool for whole school improvement

P.E. and sport will be highly visible and accessible to all pupils

 

Pupils actively engage in a range of activities throughout the school year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Celebration assemblies incorporate sports based awards

 

Mini Leader activities

 

Maths of the day

 

Website contains regular updates on sporting events

 

Equipment updated to ensure good quality for pupils through the year

 

Recording of activities and assessment of P.E. happens every time and is kept centrally.

 

 

 

 

 

 

£575

 

 

 

 

£300

 

 

 

£300

 

 

Resources from training

Observations

Displays

Continue to keep parents informed via new school website

 

Set up book, showing activities which take place in and out of school in sport

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching P.E. and sport

All staff will be able to deliver high quality P.E. and sports sessions and be able to assess pupil progress.

 

 

All staff to continue to deliver Real P.E. following training 2017-18

 

P.E. Coordinator and HLTA to attend network meetings and relevant training. This to be cascaded to other members of staff.

 

Member of staff to complete course in delivering yoga to children and begin to work with targeted groups of pupils in 2018-19, moving to whole school sessions in 2019-20 in order to upskill other staff.

 

MMS Staff to work as Playleaders during lunchtime

 

School to work with Lead practitioner from NEDSSP

Additional training with NEDSSP

 

£1,500.00

 

 

 

 

 

£300.00, plus £250.00 for equipment

 

 

 

 

 

£2000.00

 

 

 

 

KC to follow up additional training and monitor delivery of Real P.E.

 

Set staff meeting dates to facilitate additional training

 

 

 

Pupils to give feedback on the yoga sessions and what they have gained from them

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

Pupils are able to engage in a wide range of activities and are encouraged to take part. Fitness and engagement in sport improves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pupils in Y5 and 6 who are not yet able to swim are offered additional sessions to enable them to swim 25m

Taster sessions of a range of new sports offered

Bikeability programme offered for Reception, Y4 and Y6.

 

Balance bikes purchased for Reception to use throughout the year.

 

Coach travel to a range of events (ringfenced)

£115.00

 

 

 

 

 

£300.00

 

 

 

£650 – for whole class activities

 

tbc

 

Pupil questionnaires

Certificates

After school clubs list

 

Increased participation in competitive sport

Pupils regularly compete with others, both within school and in the wider community.

Pupils fully participate in the range of events offered by NEDSSP

 

 

Exploration of further opportunities for pupils beyond NEDSSP, ensuring long term sustainability.

NEDSSP membership

£1,500+ £6 per pupil = £2760

Pupil questionnaires