Sports and PE Premium
What is Sports Premium?
Schools receive sports and PE premium funding based on the number of pupils in years 1 to 6. This funding must be used to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport we offer.
We use the premium to:
develop or add to the PE and sport activities that we already offer;
build capacity and capability within the school to ensure that improvements made now will benefit pupils joining the school in future years.
There are 5 key indicators that we should expect to see improvement across:
the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity
the profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement;
increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport;
broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils;
increased participation in competitive sport.
As part of the funding criteria we are required to publish details of how we plan to spend the monies and a review of the impact on pupil outcomes.
Our vision is that all our pupils will leave primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
Sports and PE Premium Impact
IMPACT OF 2022-23 FUNDING
In 2022-23 we received £18,600
How we spent the money
PREMIUM USED FOR
Health and well-being of pupils
The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
Re-establish sports enrichment clubs following Covid-19.
Broaden after school club provision by increasing the range of clubs provided and extending attendance of school clubs.
Employ sports coaches to develop competitive team sport (classes and house groups) during lunch time.
Extend activities available at lunch time
Greater uptake, fitness, enjoyment, participation and stamina improved.
Lunchtimes more active.
Pupils participating more regularly in active sport.
Have developed positive attitudes to participation in physical activity
Service level agreement for lunch time and after school club provision
Continue to extend investment in playground equipment.
Playground physical activity lunch rota to continue and expand.
PE Leader to work with community clubs to identify a clear pathway and sign posting to nearest club opportunities.
Purchase additional equipment and storage to provide resources for PE curriculum and physical activity during play and lunch times to ensure high quality provision.
Quality and quantity of resources for lessons purchased to allow for improved physical development
High quality resources enabling access for all
Whole school buy-in to Real PE philosophy for personal development
Wider and improved opportunities, positive impact on Sports Days and inter-school sports competitions.
Wider range of sports on offer.
Improved lifestyles at break and lunchtimes.
Ongoing purchase, maintenance and replenishment of PE equipment
High-quality electronic devices available for all staff for accessing the curriculum and high levels of quality assessment.
Sports interventions for targeted children through a high quality physical activity through a sensory trail
Improved confidence, enhanced gross motor skills and coordination.
Increased confidence of children and participation in lessons
Curriculum based PE
Invest in new curriculum for PE
Develop knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.
New PE leader to be supported and developed and trained in new curriculum.
Specific staff development and training in gymnastics and dance, with a focus on high-equipment.
Increased confidence of all staff teaching PE and sport.
Whole school buy-in to Real PE philosophy for personal development.
New PE leader confident in leading changes to PE curriculum.
Consistency of PE teaching across the school has improved. PE lessons are excellent across the school.
Higher bars equipment is regularly used in gymnastics.
PE subject Leader to support new staff in school with planning for delivery of physical education and liaise with Welling sports.
Arrange coaching and team teaching opportunities and supportive lesson observations in order to develop the quality of teaching, learning and assessment.
PE subject leader to identify any staff who need further support and to provide access to appropriate professional learning.
Develop outdoor learning opportunities
Extend provision, providing a wider range of resources, giving greater access to the outdoors.
Create whole-school forest school approach.
Develop whole-school orienteering.
Provide forest school training for LSA's in EYFS
Broaden opportunities by providing an orienteering scheme
Provide new balance bikes for EYFS
Developing confidence and self-esteem through hands-on learning experiences in a woodland environment.
Staff confident to lead forest school sessions.
Children enjoy a more physically demanding educational experience, which encourages outdoor experiences beyond school, leading to a healthier lifestyle
All children enjoy forest school learning for at least one half term a year, all the way to year 6.
All children participate in orienteering as a part of the outdoor, adventurous PE curriculum.
Continue maintenance of forest school area.
Timetabling of outdoor learning in curriculum.
Maintenance of the orienteering trails.
Subsidise coach transport to y6 residential and sporting events
Involvement in outdoor adventurous activities
More children accessing new sports challenges/ a wider range of different outdoor sports facilities.
Accessibility in future by public transport.
Swimming in Year 5 in 2022-23
What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?
What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke] when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?
What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?