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PE and Sport Premium

 

 

 

St Mary’s Academy PE and Sport Premium Strategy

Date:  September 2017

Purpose of the premium

The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.

 

The Secretary of State does not consider the following expenditure as falling within the scope of additional or sustainable improvement:

  • employing coaches or specialist teachers to cover planning preparation and assessment (PPA) arrangements - these should come out of schools’ core staffing budgets
  • teaching the minimum requirements of the existing PE curriculum.

 

 

Overview of St Mary’s Academy’s strategies for improving pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment and giving pupils the opportunity to develop a healthy, active lifestyle

We spend our PE and sport funding in the following ways to improve PE and sport participation and to enable pupils to develop a healthy, active lifestyle: 

 

  • To sustain and improve the provision of P.E. and School Sport throughout the whole school.
  • To ensure that teachers and support staff offer high quality Physical Education as part of the school curriculum and that continual professional development for existing staff is on-going.
  • To ensure that we have the correct equipment to enable high quality delivery of the curriculum.
  • To provide appropriate competitive School Sport opportunities for all children who wish to take part.
  • To identify and engage with those children who are less active and, therefore, less likely to choose sport and exercise as a lifestyle choice.
  • To work in partnership with other organisations (SSco) and schools to maximise the potential of the P.E. and School sport funding and make best use of the facilities within the school grounds
  • To give a broad base of extra- curricular activities for those who wish to take part.

 

At St Mary’s School the Governors and Headteacher believe the purpose of the Sports Premium should be:

 

To sustain and improve the provision of P.E. and School Sport throughout the whole school.

 

  • To ensure that teachers and support staff offer high quality Physical Education as part of the school curriculum and that continual professional development for existing staff is on-going.
  • To ensure that we have the correct equipment to enable high quality delivery of the curriculum.
  • To provide appropriate competitive School Sport opportunities for all children who wish to take part.
  • To identify and engage with those children who are less active and, therefore, less likely to choose sport and exercise as a lifestyle choice.
  • To work in partnership with other organisations and schools to maximise the potential of the P.E. and School sport funding and make best use of the facilities within the school grounds.

 

Use of Sports Premium 2016-2017

 

  • Half a day a week of Curriculum support for the teachers
  • After-school clubs: gym, basketball, handball, change for life.
  • Inter-school competitions
  • Sports crew training for intra-school competitions.
  • Bikeability training
  • Top up swimming for Year 6
  • The curriculum support for teachers has had a sustainable impact on the PE at St Mary’s. In this year it has improved the confidence of teachers in 5 year groups with a particular focus on the teaching of Gym and Games.
  • The playground markings have had a positive ongoing effect on the promotion of activity at playtimes.

 

 

  PE and Sports Funding – the total funding received by St Mary’s Academy                                             

2016 - 2017

Amount

                                          £ 9,770

 

                                                                       2017 - 2018                                                                                   

Amount

                                          £19,800

 

At St Mary’s Academy, the PE and Sports funding is spent in a variety of ways with the direct and explicit aim of making additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport for the benefit of all pupils to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.

 

A breakdown of the 2016/17 expenditure is shown below, together with its impact on PE, sport and healthy, active lifestyles’ outcomes:

 

PE and Sport Improvement Strategy 2016/17

Amount (£)

Description

Evidence of Impact

Sports Partnership Package

 4,750

Upgrades Teaching Skills

Gives Access to competitions in our Cluster (35 competitions throughout the year for all ages)

  • Monitoring evidence shows improved staff confidence and ability in teaching gym and games, particularly in Yr.5
  • See data on school website regarding participation rates in sports.
  • Winning teams this Year
  • 3/4 Hockey
  • 5 / 6 Hockey
  • Cricket Team Champions
  • Boys Football Team Premier Division & Diocese Winners
  • Girls Football Team Premier League Winners and Winners of Team of The Year 2017

Rugby Coaching

    220

Coaching

Participation

Fencing Club

    360

Coaching

Participation

 

 

 

 

ASTRO Turf Field

 1,440

enhance provision and enable more clubs with priority access for PP Children

Due for completion in Sept 2017

Playground markings?

 3,000

For playtime games and competitive

Promote increased physical activity at playtimes

Total Expenditure  

£9,770

 

 

 

A breakdown of the projected expenditure for the year 2017/2018 is shown below, together with its projected impact:

PE and Sport Improvement Strategy 2017/18

Amount (£)

Description

Projected Impact

Sports Partnership Package

   750

Gives Access to competitions in our Cluster (35 competitions)

Increased participation

ASTRO Turf Field  

9,060

To enhance provision and enable more clubs with priority access for PP Children

Due for completion in Sept 2017

Facility for 9 further breakfast, lunch and Afterschool clubs

       
I-moves Dance Scheme     500 To enhance teaching of dance lessons Improve teacher confidence.  Improved delivery of dance.
Provision of clubs through Teamtheme 3,400 To increase provision of clubs with focus on PP children. Higher numbers of pupils participating in outer school hours PE.

Total Expenditure

    19,680

In addition to school budget we allocate to PE

 

Impact for 2017 Term 1 and 2 - Club Attendance by Pupil Premium Children

 

Terms 1 & 2 2016

 

             % of Chn Requesting Clubs                    

All chn

Pupil Premium

Year 1                           

65% (39)

0% (4)

Year 2

65% (39)

66% (6)

Year 3

48% (30)

17%(6)

Year 4

57% (34)

66% (3)

Year 5

60% (37)

50%(4)

Year 6

66%(39)

50% (6)

All Y1-6

60% (218)

34% (29)

 

Terms 5 & 6 2017

 

Year Group

                 % of Chn Allocated to Clubs

               All chn

            Pupil Premium

() = difference from term 2   

% of pupils  

No. of pupils  

% of pupils

No. of pupils  

EYFS

11%

6

0% (3)

0

 

Year 1

65% 

(0)

39

50% (4)  (+50%)

2

Year 2

71% (+6%)

42

100% (7)

(+34%)

7

Year 3

66%

(+16%)

41

17%(6)

(0)

1

Year 4

68%

(+11%)

41

67% (6)

(0)

4

Year 5

50%

(-10%)

32

0%(5)

(-50%)

0

Year 6

60%

(-8%)

37

14% (7)

(-31%)

1

All YR-6

60% (218)

232

37% (38)

(+3%)

14

 

 

Terms 1 & 2 2017

 

Year Group

                % of Chn Allocated to Clubs

              All chn

           Pupil Premium

() = difference from term 1 2016    

% of pupils  

No. of pupils  

% of pupils 

No. of pupils

Year 1

88%  (57)

(+23%)

50

40% (5)  (+40%) 

  

2

Year 2

83% (60)

(+18%)

50

75% (4)

(+9%)

3

Year 3

81% (64)

(+33%)

52

71%(7)

(+54%)

5

Year 4

86% (64)

(+29%)

55

67% (6)

(+1%)

4

Year 5

91% (64)

(+31%)

58

60%(5)

(+10%)

3

Year 6

71% (63)

(-8%)

45

67% (6)

(+17%)

4

All Y1-6

83% (370)

(+23%)

308

50% (34)

(+16%)

17

 

Please see document below for Sports Premium 2014-2016 Data

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