PE and Sport Grant

PRIMARY SPORT PREMIUM DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2016-2017

Primary PE & Sport Grand Awarded – Perryfields Infant School

Total number of pupils on roll

180 EYFS/ KS1

Total number of Primary Pupils for receipt of funding

120

Total amount of funding to be received

£8,000 plus £5 per eligible pupil

£8600

PE & School Sport Co-ordinator

 Mrs F Bowen

Governor responsible for PE & School Sport

Eren Dunning

Summary of Primary Sport Premium 2016-2017

 

Objectives of spend;

  • Improve the provision and quality of PE & School Sport at Perryfields Infant School.
  • Ensure that PE & School Sport is judged as at least good by external monitoring.
  • Broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils.
  • To develop a love of sport and physical activity.

 

Outline of Primary Sport Premium spending 2016-2017

Item/project

Cost

Outcome

Evidence so far/impact for children

 

Subscription to Chelmsford to School Sports Partnership.

http://www.chelmsfordssp.com/

 

 

 

Access to competitions

 

£1088

 

 

 

 

Ongoing...

 

Membership entitles us to receive curriculum support, CPD opportunities for all staff and specialised coaching.

 

To increase pupil access and opportunity to sporting activities that are away from the school. Site.

 

Levels of physical activity, fitness and enjoyment will increase for pupils. They will have access to equipment and events which might normally be unavailable to them. New skills will then be developed.

 

This year we have seen an increased number of children involved in competitions against other schools.

Confident pupils who are willing to take risks and this is rising as more competitions are being held by the school partnership.

 

Pupils have developed an element of ‘competitiveness’, school pride and improved self-esteem through increased participation.

Staff Training-

  • PLT Training

 

  • CPD Opportunities for all staff.

 

 

 

  • Bootcamp/team building specialist teacher

 

 

 

 

 

  • Rugby Specialist Teacher

 

 

  • Basketball specialist teacher.

 

  • Dance specialist teachers

 

  • Gymnastics coach/teacher

PLT – Training and Release included in cost of sports partnership.

£200

 

 

 

 

£700- 2016/2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

Estimated £600 - 2017

 

 

Estimated £900 – 2016/2017

 

Estimated £350 – 2016-2017

 

 

£260 - 2017

Provides PE coordinator with more information about forth coming events and fixtures.

Provides all staff with a range of opportunities to enhance their learning and develop their skills in areas they are less confident.

 

 

 

To increase children’s knowledge of general functional fitness and encourage more team building activities among their peers. Give teachers more confidence when teaching drills and games to children and give new ideas. Year 1 – Autumn Term, Year 2 – Autumn term, FS –Summer term.

 

To give teachers and children more of an understanding into playing Rugby. Year 2 Spring Term, Year 1 Summer Term.

 

To give teachers and children more of an understanding into Basketball. FS – Autumn Term, Year 1 Spring Term, Year 2 Summer Term.

 

The dance teachers will work with the year 1 teachers to give ideas and guidance on how to construct a dance routine ready for the children to show and compete in the dance festival. (Autumn term.) Then FS will work with the dance specialist in Spring term.

 

The gym coach will work with the Year 2 children in the Spring term in preparation for the gymnastics competition in March.

 

Teachers to be more confident and competent in lesson planning and delivery.

A bank of resources and planning for future lessons.

Positive feedback from staff regarding CDP opportunities. Evidence can then be seen in their planning and lessons.

 

 

 

 

Last year after having the specialist teachers into the school the children were asked how they enjoyed their PE lessons and the result was outstanding. All the Class teachers are being up skilled and enjoying teaching a range of games and activities. Both boosting their confidence. We have seen an increase in children taking part in after school clubs and generally more excited to take part in their PE lessons this is helping to provide a sustainable improvement to our PE lessons.

Transport to and from competitions

 

Children to travel in taxi or mini buses for all competitions.

 

Estimated £700

To ensure children travel safe to and from the competitions and members of staff and parents helpers can be there to assist the children.

This year we have seen an increased number of children involved in competitions against other schools.

Confident pupils who are willing to take risks and this is rising as more competitions are being held by the school partnership.

 

Curriculum equipment

  • PE stickers
  • Gym mats
  • Play leaders equipment
  • Cooking equipment
  • Staff PE uniform

 

 

 

 

Estimated £2000

 

 

 

 

 

Equipment is in consistent use and it is very important that all equipment is up to date and in working order. Equipment must be of a good quality and condition and suitable for whole class activities.

 

Children need to be able to have access to a variety of equipment for all types of sports and their needs to be enough for each child to use so they can work to their maximum potential at all times.

 

All necessary resources are in place to deliver the revised P.E Curriculum.

 

Evaluation of2015 - 2016 sports premium money and the impact it had:

PE is a much loved part of the curriculum at Perryfields and this is due to the enthusiasm of all the staff, outside sports coaches and the children. The sports premium money serves to enhance this enthusiasm through providing the children with opportunities to try different sports and compete in competitions both within and outside of school. We are continuing to use the sports premium money to make additional and sustainable improvements so the children have the best provision for sport available to them and for more children to enjoy these provisions in future years here at Perryfields Infants. During 2016 a variety of specialist coaches were brought in again to work with the class teachers to deliver high quality lessons to the children. Class teachers are continuing to be upskilled in areas where they may lack confidence.  Working with the coaches enables them to feel that they can teach the children more skills in different areas of PE. The coaches have again helped the teachers to identify talented children and give them strategies to challenge their learning in a particular sport. This is always a positive experience for both the children and the teachers and so this will again continue into 2017.

 

Equipment purchased for the year ending 2015 and going into 2016 included an outside climbing frame that is utilised at break and lunch times. This helps to keep the children active during these playtimes and gives them the opportunities to develop their gross motor skills and build muscles by using different parts of their bodies. It also helps the children to develop their balance and to manage their own risks.

 

Ongoing access to competitions has given talented children an opportunity to show their potential in a variety of different activities such as gym, cricket, running and dance. The children love to wear the Perryfields tracksuits and feel and look like a team!

 

We had workshops to finish the year where children could enjoy show casing their skills in a variety of ways. The workshops provided teachers to work along side their children and give them new ideas for their lessons. The children were able to take part in a Chinese New year Dance where the children learnt about a different style of dance from another culture. The children were given an insight into the different sports and games that take part in the Olympic and Paralympics games. They got to learn about the importance of keeping their bodies fit and healthy and an Olympic workshop where the 2016 Games were brought into practise. The children thoroughly enjoyed both days and in particular where both workshops linked into all areas of the curriculum and everyday life.

 

To summarise the following measured impact can be evidenced:

  • Children engaging in more competitions
  • A great sense of team work and positive competitiveness in PE lessons
  • Teacher confidence and enthusiasm for PE has been raised as a result of specialist teaching.
  • PE lessons including a greater variety of activities and challenge.
  • Attendance of after school clubs has been increased.
  • Children transferring skills learnt in PE into their playground games.
  • Differentiation and challenge in PE lessons is more focused.
  • Children bringing their sport achievements from outside to celebrate in school.
  • Positive comments from parents, children, staff and governors.

 

Total Premium received

£ 8600

 

PRIMARY SPORT PREMIUM DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2015-2016

Primary PE & Sport Grand Awarded – Perryfields Infant School

Total number of pupils on roll

196 KS1

Total number of Primary Pupils for receipt of funding

135

Total amount of funding to be received

£8,000 plus £5 per eligible pupil

£8643

PE & School Sport Co-ordinator

Mrs F S Bowen

Governor responsible for PE & School Sport

 

Summary of Primary Sport Premium 2014-2015

 

Objectives of spend;

  • Improve the provision and quality of PE & School Sport at Perryfields Infant School.
  • Ensure that PE & School Sport is judged as at least good by external monitoring.
  • Broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils.
  • To develop a love of sport and physical activity.

 

Outline of Primary Sport Premium spending 2015-2016

Item/project

Cost

Outcome

Evidence and Impact

 

Subscription to Chelmsford to School Sports Partnership.

http://www.chelmsfordssp.com/

 

 

 

Access to competitions

 

£1088

 

 

 

 

Ongoing...

To date £235

Membership entitles us to receive curriculum support, CPD opportunities for all staff and specialised coaching.

 

To increase pupil access and opportunity to sporting activities that are away from the school. Site.

 

Levels of physical activity, fitness and enjoyment will increase for pupils. They will have access to equipment and events which might normally be unavailable to them. New skills will then be developed.

 

 

This year we have seen an increased number of children involved in competitions against other schools.

Confident pupils who are willing to take risks and this is rising as more competitions are being held by the school partnership.

 

Pupils have developed an element of ‘competitiveness’, school pride and improved self-esteem through increased participation.

Staff Training-

  • PLT Training

 

  • CPD Opportunities for all staff.

 

 

  • Team Building Day

 

 

  • Bootcamp/team building specialist teacher

 

 

 

 

  • Rugby Specialist Teacher

 

 

  • Basketball specialist teacher.

 

 

PLT – Training and Release

Included in cost of sports partnership.

 

 

£200

 

 

£300

 

 

 

 

 

£300

 

 

Spring/summer term

Estimated £420

 

Provides PE coordinator with more information for fore coming events and fixtures.

Provides all staff with a range of opportunities to do enhance their learning and develop their skills in areas they are less confident.

 

An inset day for staff to join in team building activities where they can relate back and use in their lessons to encourage their pupils to work together.

To increase children’s knowledge of general functional fitness and encourage more team building activities among their peers. Give teachers more confidence when teaching drills and games to children and give new ideas. Year 1 – Autumn Term, Year 2 – Spring Term, FS – Summer Term

 

To give teachers and children more of an understanding into playing Rugby. Year 2 – Autumn Term, Year 1 – Spring Term.

 

To give teachers and children more of an understanding into Basketball. Year 2 - Spring Term, Year 1 – Spring Term, FS – Summer Term

 

Teachers to be more confident and competent in lesson planning and delivery.

 

A bank of resources and planning for future lessons.

Positive feedback from staff regarding CDP opportunities. Evidence can then be seen in their planning and lessons.

 

 

All staff thoroughly enjoyed the day and they were able to take ideas and try them out in their lessons. The teachers used the games as start of team building activities and this encouraged the children to work closely and confidently with their peers.

 

Last year after having the specialist teachers into the school the children were asked how they enjoyed their PE lessons and the result was outstanding. All the Class teachers are being up skilled and enjoying teaching a range of games and activities. Both boosting their confidence. We have seen an increase in children taking part in after school clubs and generally more excited to take part in their PE lessons.

 

Outdoor Learning Provision and Curriculum equipment

  • Pa and sound system for teachers to use outdoors and for events outside.
  • Storage and new equipment
  • Rugby Balls
  • PE stickers
  • Music for dance

 

 

  • Climbing frame with net and rope.
  • Musical free standing outdoor equipment.

 

 

 

£181.99

 

 

£257.74

 

 

 

 

 

Spring/summer term

 

 

 

Increased PE outside lessons where music can be used. For events such as sport day and country dancing a PA and sound system can be used outside giving the children a fun and enjoyable event/competition with their peer sand having spectators.

 

 

Fully stocked P.E cupboard which enables teachers to teach all areas of the curriculum.

Enough equipment to keep all children fully engaged in the lesson.

 

 

 

 

Last year we borrowed a PA system for our sports day and the children through enjoyed the afternoon where they could warm up and cool down to music. We could also communicate with the children and the day ran with ease and enjoyment.

 

 

Equipment is of good quality and condition and suitable for whole class activities.

 

All necessary resources are in place to deliver the revised P.E Curriculum.

 

 

Lunchtime equipment

 

£101

 

To have good quality lunchtime equipment to engage the children.

To increase the amount of time each week pupils participate in sport related activities.

Increased stamina and enjoyment in lunchtime activities.

 

 

Increased enjoyment and behaviour of children during the lunch hour.

 

More pupils actively involved with equipment and play leaders having more choice of equipment to use.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evaluation of 2014-2015 sports premium money and the impact it had:

It is a pleasure to see the impact of the sports funding around the school. I continue to see a positive buzz coming from the children, staff and parents. To improve the quality of PE teaching we used a variety of specialist coaches across the year groups. This enabled class teachers to feel more confident and deliver PE lessons of a high quality. The children enjoyed a more specialist form of coaching and through this more skills were gained. This also gave more opportunity for specialist coaches to identify talented children and work together with class teachers to provide those children more challenging opportunities.  Feedback from the children gave class teachers a more positive vibe about their lessons where they gave a more enthusiastic evaluation and in general more enjoyable where choices of activities were provided. From this for the fore coming year more specialist coaches have been employed for lessons throughout the year to provide different lessons for the children and class teachers to work with.

 

Equipment purchased for the year ending 2014 and going into 2015 were the key stage 1 climbling frame which has provided an excellent resource for children gym classes. The teachers are more confident with using the frame after a specialist gym coach provided a variety of different skills to be taught and trained al teaching staff how to use the frame and the extras. More equipment has given more children opportunities to develop their skills in lesson time and lunch and after school clubs.

 

Ongoing access to competitions has given talented children an opportunity to show their high potential in a variety of different activities such as gym, cricket, running and more. The children love to wear the Perryfields tracksuits and feel and look like a team!

 

To summarise the following measured impact can be evidenced:

  • Children engaging in more competitions
  • A great sense of team work and positive competitiveness in PE lessons
  • Teacher confidence and enthusiasm for PE has been raised as a result of specialist teaching.
  • PE lessons including a greater variety of activities and challenge.
  • Attendance of after school and more clubs has been increased.
  • Children transferring skills learnt in PE into their playground games.
  • Differentiation and challenge in PE lessons is more focused.
  • Children bringing their sport achievements form outside to celebrate in school.
  • Positive comments from parents, children, staff and governors.

 

Total Premium received

£ 8643

Total Premium spend

£ 2,663.73

Premium remaining

£5,976.27

 

Number of primary pupils aged 4-7 (2014/15)

Total number of pupils on roll

195

Total number of Primary Pupils for receipt of funding

120

Total amount of funding to be received £8000 plus £5 per eligible pupil

£8600

 

Nature of support 2014/2015 – funding used to support all primary pupils

The Primary PE and Sports Grant for the 2014-2015 academic year has been funded over two financial years; 7/12 paid on 31st October 2014 and 5/12paid on 30th April 2015.

  • Gymnastics sessions with a specialist teacher working alongside teachers. 6 weeks of sessions for year 1 and year 2 children in the Autumn Term 2014. £315

 

  • Basketball sessions with a specialist teacher working alongside teachers. 6 weeks of sessions for year 1 and year 2 children in the Autumn Term 2014. £730

 

  • Basketball sessions with a specialist teacher working alongside teachers. 6 weeks of sessions for EYFS children in the Summer Term 2015.

 

  • Mini bus hire for competition use.

 

  • Basketball hoops to use with the specialist teacher and also MDA’s for lunchtime games. £189.98

 

  • Resources to enhance children’s learning and understanding of the human body and how to keep healthy including: Skeleton model, organ tunic, my body puzzle. £142.45

 

  • Pack of balls, skipping ropes, hand eye coordination games to enhance the physical development in the outside area for EYFS. £255.95

 

  • The funding that is left has been set to be spent this year.

 

Measuring the Impact of PE Primary Funding

 

  • The impact of specialist teachers coming in to deliver excellent quality basketball and gymnastics lessons has resulted in teachers becoming increasingly confident and knowledgeable when teaching these areas of the curriculum.

 

  • Increased after school sport and games at lunch times has been organised engaging pupils in more sustained regular physical activity which promotes the idea of healthy active lifestyles at a young age.

 

  • Competitions within school and between schools have been organised, ensuring more children are having the chance to try new sports and compete in either intra or inter games, increasing their participation of competitive sports.

 

  • Developing opportunities for more children to become play leaders. Teachers and MDA’s to receive training on how to train the children for this role ensuring they are confident with the skills needed for this role.

 

  • New resources available allowing for increased levels of concentration and enjoyment for the children during PE lessons.