P.E. and Sport Premium

P.E. and Sport Premium

The Government provides £150 million per year to schools to spend on improving the quality of P.E. and sport. The funding is ring-fenced, which means that it can only be spent on P.E. and sport. Each school receives a lump sum of £8000 plus £5 per pupil in Y1-5. At Ellington Primary school we received  £8601.00 in 2015-16.

Amount

Planned Expenditure

Rationale Behind Expenditure

Impact on Pupils

£2251.00

Specialist TA to support delivery of National Curriculum  P.E. and extra-curricular Sports Clubs.

To support staff in the delivery of the new primary P.E. curriculum and extra-curricular sports clubs.

All pupils have accessed a broad and balanced P.E. curriculum and they have improved their physical skills in games, gymnastics, dance and athletics. Less active pupils have reported higher levels of confidence, motivation, self-esteem and enjoyment of physical activity. They have also been given access to a variety of extra-curricular sports club, that include KS1 sports club, KS2 running and football clubs, and are increasingly choosing to adopt a healthy lifestyle.

£400.00

Specialist P.E teacher for Year 5

(1 term)

To support Upper Key Stage 2 staff in the delivery of the Year 5 P.E. curriculum as part of the process of moving from a First to a Primary school.

The broad and balanced P.E. curriculum has been extended to Year 5 children with appropriate challenge both physically and in terms of thought processes. The expertise of the specialist P.E teacher has also developed confidence and competence of staff in delivering physical activities for older children.

£1200.00

Subsidy of Key Stage 2 swimming

To enable us to continue to provide swimming provision for Lower Key Stage 2 children so that all children will achieve 25 metres by the end of Y6 and will be confident in the water, which is very important due to the coastal setting of the school.

An increasing number of children can swim 25 metres, are confident in the water and able to go on to learn personal survival and life-saving skills in

Year 5.

£800.00

Personal Survival and lifesaving for Year 5 with booster swimming sessions for pupils who have not yet achieved 25 metres.

To enable us to provide life-saving skills to our oldest children, which is very important due to the coastal setting of the school, and ensure all children will achieve 25 metres by the end of Y6

Many of our oldest children have life-saving skills, which is very important due to the coastal setting of the school most children  can swim 25 metres and all will be able to swim 25 metres by the end of Year 6.

£ 500.00

Yoga sessions in EYFS and KS1

To broaden the P.E. curriculum for children in EYFS and KS1 with yoga activities linked to story- telling.

EYFS and KS1 children have enjoyed an extension of their P.E. curriculum, SEND pupils and  those with low self-esteem  have displayed higher levels of confidence, motivation, and enjoyment of P.E.

£250.00

Partnership competitions fee

To provide access to a range of competitions to enable talented pupils to compete against other schools.

An increased number of pupils have had the opportunity to take part in competitions and have reported high levels of enjoyment and success.

£1000.00

Transport to Partnership Sports Events

To provide access to a range of competitive and non-competitive festivals and competitions.

All pupils have had the opportunity to take part in inter-school festivals and events and have reported high levels of enjoyment.

£2200.00

Activity supervisor for lunchtimes

To employ an activity supervisor at lunchtimes, to organise sports games and activities at lunch times and to train other staff in providing sports activities.

Fewer children inactive at lunchtimes and choosing to adopt a healthy lifestyle.

Increased enjoyment of physical activities and fewer accidents reported.

In 2016-17, we will receive £8555.00 and this table outlines how we plan to spend the money:

Amount

Planned Expenditure

Rationale behind Expenditure

Impact on Pupils

£2280.00

Specialist P.E. teacher for delivery of Year 5 and 6 P.E. and introduction of Sports Leaders programme.

To continue to support Upper Key Stage 2 staff in the delivery of the Year 5 P.E. curriculum and to extend this to Year 6 pupils, as the process of moving from a First to a Primary school is completed, and to introduce a Sports Leaders programme for pupils in Y6.

The school’s broad and balanced P.E. curriculum will be extended to Year 6 pupils, with appropriate challenge both physically and in terms of thought processes, and sports Leaders will be in place following a successful completion of the Sports Leader programme. The expertise of the specialist P.E teacher will also continue to develop the confidence and competence of staff in teaching Upper Key Stage 2 P.E.

£1200.00

Activity supervisor in KS1

To employ an activity supervisor at lunchtimes, to organise sports games and activities at lunch times and to train other staff in providing sports activities. Link to Thrive intervention for children with self-esteem and socialisation issues.

Fewer children will be inactive at lunchtimes and choosing to adopt a healthy lifestyle.

Increased enjoyment of physical activities and fewer accidents reported. Improved self-esteem and reduced friendship issues for vulnerable children.

£1200.00

Activity Supervisor in KS2

To employ an activity supervisor at lunchtimes, to organise sports games and activities at lunch times and to train other staff in providing sports activities. Link to Thrive intervention for children with self-esteem and socialisation issues.

Fewer children will be inactive at lunchtimes and choosing to adopt a healthy lifestyle.

Increased enjoyment of physical activities and fewer accidents reported.  Improved self-esteem and reduced friendship issues for vulnerable children.

£  600.00

Yoga Nursery – Year 2

To broaden the P.E. curriculum for children in EYFS and KS1 with further yoga activities linked to story- telling, extending the successful programme in 2015-16.

EYFS and KS1 children continue to enjoy  an extension of their P.E. curriculum, SEND pupils and  those with low self-esteem  continue to display higher levels of confidence, motivation, and enjoyment of P.E.

£1400.00

Swimming Lower KS2

To enable us to continue to provide swimming provision for Lower Key Stage 2 children so that all children will achieve 25 metres by the end of Y6 and will be confident in the water, which is very important due to the coastal setting of the school.

All children can swim 25 metres by the end of Year 4, are confident in the water and able to go on to learn personal survival and life-saving skills in Year 5.

£  250.00

Partnership Competitions Fees

To provide access to a range of competitions, including the South East Northumberland football league that we can now enter as a primary school, to enable talented pupils to compete against other schools.

An increased number of pupils will have the opportunity to take part in competitions and will report high levels of enjoyment and success.

£1000.00

Transport to Partnership Competitions

To provide access to a range of competitive and non-competitive festivals and competitions.

All pupils have will have the opportunity to take part in inter-school festivals and events and will report high levels of enjoyment.

£625.00

P.E. equipment to enable start-up of two new sports clubs.

To provide safe, varied and innovative equipment to start up two additional extra-curricular sports clubs. 9netball and cycling)

An increased number of children, including children not previously attending sports clubs, will take part in extra-curricular sports clubs and will report high levels of enjoyment.

 Sustainability


Specialist teaching and support purchased through the sport grant will ensure long-term high quality sports teaching as permanent members of staff have shadowed those delivering the sessions, with a view to delivering similar activities in the future and improving their current teaching. Access to a fully qualified P.E. teacher has also enabled us to develop our P.E. curriculum, particularly upper key stage 2 P.E. since the move to primary education at Ellington, and the extension of our PSHE programme to include sports leaders in year 5 and 6. 

Equipment purchased will also ensure that the wide range of activities currently available to the children can be sustained in the future. 

The high quality swimming provision that has been subsidised will give the children life skills that are important in the area in which they live and, along with extra curricular activities and competitions, will provide links to sports clubs that they may access in the future.