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PE and Sport Premium

 

 cid:image003.jpg@01CEBF66.7AB82160Archbishop Logo - NEW - Jan 2014St Mary’s Catholic Academy PE and Sport Premium Strategy

 

Academic Year: September 2018 - August 2019

Total fund allocated:

£19,680

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 Catholic 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: 

  • Active Lunchtime activities – Athletic and Team games

·     Development of skills to enable personal and embedded success in sport and build resilience in all areas

·     Yoga – development of wellbeing activities to boost self-esteem, fitness and value of healthy lifestyle through exercise and appropriate challenge

       ·     Further develop confident ad highly skilled teachers enabled to teach all PE skills to a high standard

       ·     Develop healthy attitudes towards sports, indoor and outdoor pursuits which link to other aspect of the curriculum

Our rationale for spending the money in this way is:

  •  DFE research shows that good CPD is the most effective way to ensure outstanding attainment for children and motivate teachers
  •  National guidance on managing obesity through heathy lifestyle including exercise and eating healthily

How the improvements made will be sustainable in the future:

  • All physical improvements will enable the sustainability of sporting activity during all seasons and in a variety of environments
  • CPD enables well trained staff who are able to engage pupils in long term commitment to healthy lifestyle

 

 

A breakdown of the projected expenditure for the year 2018/19 is shown below, together with its intended impact.

Key indicator 1: Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

Percentage of total allocation:

 

Academy focus

 

Actions to achieve

Funding

allocated

Intended impact

 

Evidence, impact and suggested next steps. (Completed at end of school year.)

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – laying the foundations for regular exercise and long term healthy lifestyles as fits our mission statement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lunchtime Clubs  for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children run by school Sport Coach

 

 Before and After School Clubs to improve wellbeing and multi- skills:

Bollywood dancing, Irish dancing, Hip-Hop, Archery, Tri-Golf, Forest School

 

Bikeability for Year 6 children

 

 

Re-seed the field

7000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4250

Develop athletics skills particularly throwing and jumping.

To ensure happy healthy active lunchtime opportunities for those who don’t enjoy other playtime activities.

 Enable increased engagement, involvement and self-esteem for those not normally considered ‘sporty’.

Reduce obesity levels to below national average

 

The surface of the field is suitable for use by the children throughout the year for sporting activities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engagement in sport and obvious, purposeful enjoyment of developing and using skills well. A wider range of children taking part in competitions and sports festivals.

 

Obesity only 10% of year 6 children rather than national 40%

 

 

 

Field has improved but needs re-levelling again next year to ensure a flat and even surface.

 

 

Key Indicator 2: The profile of PE and Sport being raised across the academy as a tool for whole academy improvement

Percentage of total allocation:

 

Academy focus

 

Actions to achieve

Funding

allocated

Intended impact

 

Evidence, impact and suggested next steps. (Completed at end of school year.)

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

The profile of PE and Team sports to be enhanced across the school with a view to ensure general well being

High quality PE equipment eg foam javelins, cricket sets

 

Introduction of Yoga throughout the school from Year R to Year 6 ( Each term to have a term of yoga during the school year)

Introducton to Pilates for Years 2 – 6

 

 

1200

 

 

 720

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pupils to understand the use of equipment effectively to enable excellence PE by upskilling them in use of specific equipment for purpose.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Wider engagement in sport and obvious, purposeful enjoyment of developing and using skills well.

 

 

 

Key Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport

Percentage of total allocation:

 

Academy focus

 

Actions to achieve

Funding

allocated

Intended impact

 

Evidence, impact and suggested next steps. (Completed at end of school year.)

That all staff including would develop teaching skills for PE.

Sports Coach to deliver Games activites through the school to enable staff to focus on Dance and Gymnastics knowledge and skills.

 

Purchase of imoves dance package to provide CPD and teaching resource bank for all staff.

700

Enable all staff to deliver good / outstanding PE lessons in a growing and developing number of sports and activities no matter what their level of experience

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sports day participation particularly for EY showed that they had been taught very good throwing and catching skills, co co-ordination and sustained speed. Teachers confidently able to teach PE and understand the small step acquisition of skills needed to develop well as a sportsperson Enthusiasm to engage the children in as much physical activity as possible throughout the school day.

 

Key Indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Percentage of total allocation:

 

Academy focus

 

Actions to achieve

Funding

allocated

Intended impact

 

Evidence, impact and suggested next steps. (Completed at end of school year.)

Additional achievements:

To increase team and individual sporting participation by offering a wide variety of opportunities and less usual sports for them to try.

During the year a variety of sports activities including: yoga, hockey, track athletics, throwing and jumping, Climbing swimming, cricket, football, netball, tag rugby, archery, tri-golf , rounders, speed stacking, basketball, Bollywood dancing, Hip hop, Irish dancing, Wake Up and Shake Up

 

 Mini bus driver training to enable attendance at sports

 

500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5000

To further engage those who would not normally choose traditional school sports in activities which can be continued into teenage and later life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Opportunities made available for those who would normally not take part in sport has developed their skills and self confidence

 

Key Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation:

 

Academy focus

 

Actions to achieve

Funding

allocated

Intended impact

 

Evidence, impact and suggested next steps.

(Completed at end of school year.)

To enable the children to understand the importance of resilience, healthy competition and the joys of winning and grace in losing

Enabling through local collaborations and competitions including tournaments and inter school sports events

St Anselm’s Netball and Football Tournament

District Football Tournament

Boys Football League

Basketball

Wake Up and Shake Up

Sportshall Athletics ( Years 1 -6)

Speed Stacking

Infant Agility

Quicksticks Hockey

SE School Swimming Gala

High5 Netball League

High 5 Netball Tournament

Tri-Golf

Rounders

KCSP Football Tournament

Athletics Festival

Mixed Kwik Cricket

KCSP Sports Day

 

500

To support children in competing effectively with skills which encourage them to keep trying. To build resilience and to win well and lose gracefully

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teams and individual were highly successful and always remained supportive and cheerful when either winning or losing.

They showed sportsmanlike attitudes to each other and to their opposition.

Comments from the organisers of competitions, the general public and parents Indicating how well our pupils supported one another and others at all times.

 

St Anselm’s Football Tournament Winners

 

St Anselm’s Netball Tournament Runners Up

 

KCSP Football Tournament Winners for Girls and Boys

 

Athletics Festival KS1 Winners

And KS2 Runners Up

 

Speed stack KS1 Winners

 

Quicksticks Hockey Winners. Represented  Kent Coastal School at the Kent School Games

 

 

Other Indicators identified by academy:

Percentage of total allocation:

Academy focus

 

Actions to achieve

Funding

allocated:

Intended impact:

 

Evidence, impact and suggested next steps. (Completed at end of school year.)

 

 

 

 

 

Total Expenditure

£19870

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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