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Sports Premium funding 2018-19

 

‘Evaluating the school’s use of the new primary school sport funding.’

 

The funding has been provided to ensure impact against the following objective: To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of P.E. and sport in primary schools. It is important to emphasise that the focus of spending must lead to long lasting impact against this vision that will live on well beyond the Primary P.E. and Sport Premium funding.

 

It is expected that schools will see an improvement against the following 5 key indicators:

1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles.

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

3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.

4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

5. Increased participation in competitive sport.

 

In terms of spending the money, the government encourage the premium to be used for:

 

  • Adding to or developing the PE and sport activities that your school already offers
  • Make improvements now that will benefit the pupils joining the school in future years.

 

Examples:

  • Hiring qualified sports coaches to work with teachers
  • Introduce new sports or activities and encourage pupils to take up a sport

 

The starting budget for the year 2018/19 is £22161.

 

We are using the Sports Premium Funding to improve the quality of PE and sport provision in the following ways:

 

‘The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active lifestyles.’

 

  • Using the funding to introduce new sports in to the school curriculum, such as street dance, fencing, inclusive sports and balance bikes.
  • To increase the number of lunchtime and after school clubs to increase activity, for example kickboxing and MSP alongside clubs run by school staff.
  • We have created sustainable links with local sports clubs and businesses.
  • Gifted and Talented visits to Lincoln University to promote healthy eating and how to improve sporting performance.

 

The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for home school improvement.’

 

  • New school twitter page dedicated to sport at the school, promoting the activities we do and the achievements of our children. 
  • Visits to the University in Lincoln to promote participation in sport.
  • Celebrating the sporting achievements of children in Celebration Assembly.
  • Competitive sport such as football matches.

 

 

‘Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.’

 

  • Staff have the opportunity to observe and work alongside the professional sports coaches from MSP and Chance to Shine Cricket.
  • MSP provide the PECs service, allowing staff to be mentored by their coaches.
  • Staff to attend Sports conference presented by MSP.
  • The employment of qualified professionals to teach dance, yoga and inclusive sports, for example, increasing the confidence and knowledge of staff in different sports.

 

‘Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.’

 

  • The employing of qualified and professional coaches to deliver new sports such as; yoga, street dance, kick boxing, fencing, inclusive sports and balance bikes.
  • Different lunch time and after school clubs, offering a range of sports such as hockey and ball skills for our younger children.
  • Improved playground equipment will enable basketball to be offered as a lunchtime club.

 

‘Increased participation in competitive sport.’

 

  • MSP competitions against other local schools.
  • Football matches against local schools.
  • Girls’ football team entered in to a tournament.

 

Budget Spend

Area of spend

Cost

Details/success/impact

MSP coach and mentoring

£6300

Continued work with professional coaches has provided high quality coaching for the children and mentoring for the staff.   Children in both key stages have the opportunity to attend lunch time and after school clubs each term.

Balance bikes (delivered by MSP).

£550

The Foundation Stage children will take part in a 6 week course of balance bikes.  The balance bikes are to improve the core strength of the children as well as improve motor skills. 

Gifted and Talented workshops.

£900

Children from Year 5 and 6 to attend workshops (x3) at the University of Lincoln.  The workshops focus on nutrition, psychology and biomechanics.

Fencing (with MSP)

£995

Children offered a different sport to take part in.  The children will work towards achieving a bronze, silver and gold certificate in a nationally recognised award.

Dance teacher

£960

Employed to offer the children new experiences with a qualified teacher.

Inclusive sports (delivered by MSP)

£900

An opportunity for the children to participate in a variety of sports that are inclusive to all.

Yoga instructor

£450

Employed to offer the children a new experience with a qualified instructor.   

New playground equipment

£8371.72

A new goal and basketball hoop end installed on front playground, two small goals and two basketball hoops on the second playground.  The improved equipment has allowed children have more space to play, more children to play and allowed children to play different sports (basketball( at breaks and lunches.

 

Future sustainability

  • The mentoring that the teachers have received will increase subject knowledge and confidence.
  • The newly purchased equipment has enhanced the quality equipment available to the children has provided greater scope for sports clubs and increased participation at beaks and lunches.
  • The wide range of sports on offer will, we feel, encourage children to develop an interest in sports.
  • The quality and impact of the teaching will continue to be assessed by staff, governors and the pupils themselves.

 

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