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Sport Premium Funding

What is the Sports Premium?

Since 2013/14 the Government has provided funding of £150 million per annum to support primary school sport funding. This funding, which is jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, sees money going directly to primary school headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

The sport funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

Purpose of funding

At Kellington Primary School the governors agree that the money must be used so that all children benefit regardless of their sporting ability. We use our Sports Funding Allocation to continue to place a very high priority on our PE provision.

Overall Objective: To Increase Participation In Sports and PE and Develop Healthy Life Styles by:

  • Developing confidence in staff with the teaching of PE across the school.
  • Promoting the importance of a healthy lifestyle to all pupils.
  • Continuing to build on the legacy of the 2012 Olympics and recognise the importance of upholding the Olympic and Paralympics Values across the school.
  • Encouraging competitive sport across the school through the Sherburn Schools’ Partnership competitions.
  • Promoting competitive sport outside the school day.

Main Performance Indicators (expressed in terms of impact on pupil's learning/progress where possible)

  • Developed confidence amongst staff in the teaching and assessing of PE. Evidence of pupils making progress as a result.
  • Teachers confidently recording the levels of attainment of all pupils in all areas of the PE Curriculum.
  • Evidence of progression in all areas of PE Curriculum (dance, gymnastics, athletics, games, swimming and OAA) throughout the school.
  • More pupils attending a variety of sporting clubs offered during and after school, thus improving and developing their skills and knowledge
  • Realisation of the importance of leading a Healthy Lifestyle through cross curricular teaching and making the right choices
  • The development of all pupils physical, social and cognitive skills through PE
  • The improvement and development in pupil’s teamwork, leadership and communication skills through PE.

Schools have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they have the freedom to choose how they do this.

Possible uses for the funding include:

  • Hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE.
  • New or additional sports clubs
  • Paying for professional development opportunities in PE/Sport
  • Proving cover to release  primary teachers for professional development in PE/Sport
  • Running sports competitions, or increasing participation in the school games
  • Buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE/sport
  • Providing places for pupils on after school sports clubs and holiday clubs

How we have spent the Sports Premium funding and who it benefits

Our Sports Premium allocation for 2016/17 was £8,414

The tables below shows how we have spent the Sports funding to date during 2016-17, 2015-16, 2014-15 and 2013-2014

Swimming Subsidy For Key Stage 2 Children

Swimming is part of the National   Curriculum, before children leave our school it is expected that they are able to meet the objectives highlighted below. At Kellington we are using the Sports Premium to pay for Year 3 and 4, plus any Year 5 children who have not reached the National Curriculum expectations. to go swimming all year (Previously children only went for one term). CPD is provided for class teachers/HLTA’s as they lead sessions alongside fully qualified swimming coaches.

Hiring qualified sports coaches to work alongside teachers when teaching PE

Children in all year groups benefit from enhanced PE provision over the year by coaching from a variety of clubs and coaches, including York City Knights, Selby RUFC, Yorkshire Cricket, A1 Football factory, Castleford Tigers. Children’s and parents’ views were taken into account when booking specialist provision, and this will continue for future years.

All teachers and some support staff have benefitted from working with qualified sports coaches. This has increased the capacity of the staff in school to deliver quality PE lessons in a range of disciplines.

After school sport clubs

At Kellington we endeavour to offer a variety of after school clubs. We have used the Sports Premium to expand our PE resources for use at these clubs.  We have also used Sports Premium to increase essential secure storage space for sports equipment, including yoga mats, gym mats, basketballs, footballs.

Increasing participation in school sport and healthy lifestyles

At Kellington we endeavour to promote a healthy lifestyle. The Sports Premium helps to provide opportunities for all pupils to see the benefits of this and includes the provision of healthy eating weeks, health workshops, hiring of specialists to lead assemblies and talk about their line of work as well as improving on the existing resources in school.

 PE resources constantly need replacing and the Sports Premium has enabled us to invest in better quality equipment that will last as well as adding new items, for example, gymnastic wedges and mats, all types of balls, parachutes, rackets and nets.

In 2015/2016 we used some of the Sports Premium to improve physical activity provision for our youngest children in the EYFS unit with improvements to climbing equipment in the outdoor area.

We are luckily enough to have a fantastic outdoor space at Kellington. In the past we have received sponsorship from Eggborough Power Station to install the Mulitplex on our field. The installation of playground markings, climbing walls and permanent basketball nets are expensive and Sports Premium is allowing us to further expand on the play equipment.

Playtime equipment needs constant renewal and the Sports Premium is used to buy new items to encourage active play and replace the old favourites that the children love like footballs and skipping ropes. The school council have canvassed the pupils about what type of equipment the children would like and enjoy the most to inform staff as to what to buy.

Hiring a specialist PE teacher

In 2013/2014 the school hired the services of Sally Fisher, PE advisor for North Yorkshire. Mrs Fisher worked with all staff to share good practice and assist in the planning and delivery of PE within school. This initiative benefited all children from the Early Years Foundation Stage through to Year 6.  In 2014/2015 the company Total Sports provided specialist PE teaching across KS1 and 2, providing direct CPD for experienced staff and an NQT. In 2015/2016 various outside coaches were hired to deliver rugby, cricket, basketball, football and dance lessons; these sessions developed the expertise of teaching staff in school. This continued during 2016/2017 with the pupils and staff members benefitting from specialist teaching in basketball (Leeds Force), York City Knights Rugby, Tappy Tots dance, Yorkshire CC Chance to Shine Cricket and Yoga.

Providing opportunities for children to compete

In partnership with Sherburn High School and the other primary schools within the STAR Learning Alliance, the Sports Premium pays for the services of a School Sports Co-ordinator, Andy Jackson. Andy arranges tournaments and fixtures between the cluster primaries; this is hugely important to us as a small school as it allows the children to participate and compete with other children of their age. It also offers exit routes for our more gifted children, allowing them to compete against other children at a higher level - we feel it is important that children who are more able in sport are given the chance to participate against others of a similar ability and potential.   A full of calendar of events is scheduled for the year, involving some events at Sherburn High School, enhancing Y6/7 transition, as well as events being held at the various Primary Schools in our cluster. As well as paying towards the services of Andy, the PE funding is subsidises essential transport costs in order for our pupils to attend such valuable events at external venues.

 

Our Areas of Funding 2016/17 (£8414)

Area

Outcomes

Cost

CPD

 

 

Leeds Force Basketball

York City Knights – Rugby

Tappy Tots Dance

Yorkshire Cricket

Global Dance Artist 

Castleford Tigers

 

 

 

Rec – Y6 one day coaching

Y1/2 and Y5/6 classes received 6 weeks of rugby coaching,

Whole school received 6 weeks dance teaching

Y1/2 Y3/4

Whole school

Y3/4

 

£115

£400

£780

Free

£65 travel

No cost

Swimming

Increased water confidence, safety and ability

£3668

Enhance physical activity during breaks and lunch times Equipment/resources

New equipment purchased Equipment audit, replaced and replenished equipment for sport and PE to support the new curriculum.

Sports Organising Crew set up to promote activity at break times and lunch times – KS1 and KS2 winners celebrated in weekly assemblies and achievements recorded on noticeboard.

£353

 

Free

Affiliation to Sherburn Schools Sports Partnership

Staff have been involved in CPD, in class support, coaching sessions, competition delivery. Children from various classes have taken part in the following cluster events: Sports Hall Athletics, Boys football, Hi 5 netball, Tag rugby, Cross country, KS1 athletics, Hockey and Kwik Cricket.

£1,343

Promote competitive sport outside school

Entered various events during the year including football matches, tournaments, cricket competitions, athletics events.

£345 (events transport)

Promote a healthy lifestyle

Healthy snacks available to buy at break times.

Raisins 20p each

 

Wide variety of during and after School Clubs

Increase the number of pupils taking part in physical activity clubs – KS2 football, KS2 girls Healthy living club

 

Organisation of PE activities

Sports day

Dance (£780)

Cricket (no cost)

Basketball (£115)

York CK (£400)

 £1,160

 

 

 

 

Use of Sports’ Premium in previous years (2015/16)

Area

Outcomes

Cost

CPD

York City Knights – Rugby

Swimming course

Yoga

Street Dance

Start to Move (EYFS)

Sports’ Organising Crew

Y1/2 and Y5/6 classes received 6 weeks of rugby coaching, plus an after school club was run for 6 weeks.

HLTA attended coaching course

Teacher

X5 weeks

1 day course

0.5 day training

£400

 

£80 course costs

£85

£300

£50

£89

Prioritise EYFS physical development

Outdoor provision enhanced – new climbing equipment and waterproof coats and trousers

£179

Swimming

Increased water confidence, safety and ability

£2792

Enhance physical activity during breaks and lunch times Equipment/resources

New equipment purchased Equipment audit, replaced and replenished equipment for sport and PE to support the new curriculum.

Sports Organising Crew set up to promote activity at break times and lunch times – KS1 and KS2 winners celebrated in weekly assemblies and achievements recorded on noticeboard.

‘Growing Up In North Yorkshire’ data for Y6 children at Kellington School 2015/16 indicates that 91% of the year group play ball games at playtimes at least sometimes; 55% play running/skipping/chasing games and 64% enjoy physical activities a lot

£684

Affiliation to Sherburn Schools Sports Partnership

Staff have been involved in CPD, in class support, coaching sessions, competition delivery. Children from various classes have taken part in the following cluster events: Sports Hall Athletics, Beanbag Rounders, Tri Golf, Cross country, Dodgeball, Hockey and Kwik Cricket. All Y1 children took part in at least 3 cluster events; all Y2 in at least 5 events; Y3 in at least 2 events, with the majority involved in 3; and Y4 and Y5 in at least one event (the focus in KS2 was on high quality PE delivery by external providers and weekly swimming lessons in Y4 and Y5).

£1221

Promote competitive sport outside school

Entered various events during the year including football matches, tournaments, cricket competitions, athletics events.

£205 (events transport)

Promote a healthy lifestyle

Healthy snacks available to buy at break times.

Active Kids Y1/2

Raisins 20p each

Data from ‘Growing up in North Yorkshire’ for Y2 shows 100% of children go for a walk or ride a bike/scooter before or after school or in the holidays at least sometimes and 81% of Y6 children play 3 or more hours of sport each week.

 

Wide variety of during and after School Clubs

Increase the number of pupils taking part in physical activity clubs – KS2 yoga, KS2 football, KS1 and KS2 sports, KS1 Active Kids. A total of 61 places were taken up in 2015/16.

 

Organisation of PE activities

Sports day

Chinese Dance day

Indian Dance Day

Street Dance

Active Children

Cricket

 £2852

 

 

 

 

Use of Sports’ Premium in previous years (2014/15)

Area

Outcome

Cost

CPD for Teachers

Total sports x2 hours weekly

6 members of staff have had ongoing CPD opportunities across the PE curriculum.

£2262

Swimming

Increased water confidence, safety and ability

Increased to weekly session for the whole year, increased lesson time to 45 minutes per week.

£3792

Equipment

Equipment audit, replaced and replenished equipment for sport and PE to support the new curriculum.

Play time equipment replenished to promote active break and lunch times

£768

£114 basketball nets

£86 mats

Affiliation to Sherburn Schools Sports Partnership

Staff have been involved in CPD, in class support, coaching sessions, competition delivery.

£975

Promote competitive sport outside school

Entered various events during the year including football matches, tournaments, cricket competitions, athletics events.

 

Promote a healthy lifestyle

Healthy snacks available to buy at break times.

Active Children Programme  - Y1/2, Y3/4

 

Wide variety of during and after School Clubs

Increased the number of pupils taking part in physical activity clubs, including developing a football club.

 

Organisation of PE activities

Sports day

 

 

Use of Sports’ Premium in previous years (2013/14)

Area

Expected Outcome

Cost

CPD for Teachers

North Yorkshire PE Advisor Sally Fisher

X3 half terms, x2 hours weekly

4 members of staff have had ongoing CPD opportunities across the PE curriculum.

£2700

Swimming

Increased water confidence, safety and ability

£2792

Equipment

Equipment audit, replaced and replenished equipment for sport and PE to support the new curriculum.

£1823

Affiliation to Sherburn Schools Sports Partnership

Staff have been involved in CPD, in class support, coaching sessions, competition delivery.

£975

Promote competitive sport outside school

Entered various events during the year including football matches, tournaments, cricket competitions, athletics events.

 

Promote a healthy lifestyle

Healthy snacks available to buy at break times.

 

Wide variety of during and after School Clubs

Increased the number of pupils taking part in physical activity clubs, including developing a football club.

 

Organisation of PE activities

Sports day

Den Building x1 Whole school, x1 morning Y6

Dance day

 

 £280

£559

 

Plans for PE Premium spending for 2017/2018

  • Enhance physical activity during break and lunch times - buy new, wider variety of equipment.
  • Swimming – continue to provide 45 minute swimming session for the whole year for Y4 and include Y3 due to small Y4 cohort, Y5 pupils who have not yet achieved the 25metrre requirement. (£3000 approx)
  • Continued affiliation to the Sherburn Schools Sports Partnership. (£1000 approx)
  • Continued audit and replenishment of PE and sports resources/equipment. (£1000 approx)
  • Outside coaches to work alongside staff in the delivery of PE sessions (£2000 approx)

 

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