Sports Premium

St Oswald’s Church of England Academy:

At St Oswald’s Church of England Academy we believe PE and Sport plays an integral role in and has the potential to change young people’s lives for the better. We recognise that PE plays an important role in the health and wellbeing of children and the positive impact PE and extra-curricular activities can have on the attitudes, confidence and academic achievement of all our children.

We have been committed to using the Sports Premium funding to improve our provision of Physical Education and sport throughout our school.

 

Sports Premium Planned Spend September 2018 to August 2019 (Draft)

 

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Sports Premium September 2017 to August 2018

 

Sports Premium September 2016 to August 2017

 

2016/2017 Planned Spend

2016/2017 Expected Income

Total number of primary aged pupils between the ages of 5-11 (Jan 2016)

180

Total amount of Sports Premium Grant received

£8,900.00

Total amount of Sports Premium Grant spent

£8,900.00

Contribution from the schools budget

£9,600.00

Sports Grant funding remaining

£0.00

Physical Education: Ensuring all our staff are trained to deliver high quality P.E.

Objectives

Outcomes

To continue to increase teaching staff’s subject knowledge and confidence in P.E

 

Actions:

·         Designated teaching Assistant to work alongside teaching staff to deliver demonstrated lessons and improve the range of sports available to pupil.

·         Purchase of a P.E scheme of work

·         CPD opportunities for teaching staff

 

Amount: £11,000

 Increased staff confidence in the teaching of P.E

 Use of a variety of T & L styles and effective differentiation to improve the effectiveness of PE teaching.

 Pupils make good progress within lessons, can evaluate their own and others’ performance and suggest ways to improve it – understand their next steps.

 Pupils given a wider range of sports in which they can participate.

 

 

Health Active Lifestyles: Ensuring all our children have access to regular exercise.

Objectives

Outcomes

To increase activity levels at lunchtime and playtimes and to have access to regular exercise afterschool.

 

Actions:

·         Continue to improve provision for extra-curricular sports activities using specialist sports coaches for afterschool clubs.

·         To purchase new sports equipment including PE mats and further nesting tables

·         To continue to provide swimming lessons to all year 4 pupils.

 

 Amount: £6,500

 More children are now engaged in high quality extra-curricular physical activities at lunchtime and afterschool as well as in lessons.

 Playground leaders are actively leading activities at playtime.

 Increased range of PE activities

 

 

 

 

Competitive School Sport: Increasing pupil’s participation in extra-curricular sport.

Objectives

Outcomes

To continue to increase the amount of competitive sport opportunities for pupils.

 

Actions:

·         Engage in virtual inter-school competitions for multi-skill events

 

Amount: £1,000

·         A higher proportion of children take part in a wide range of different sporting competitions.

·         Broaden children’s knowledge of competitive sports by visiting professional settings.

 

 

Sports Premium September 2015 to August 2016

 

Sports Premium Grant:

The government provides funding jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, to see money going directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. All schools with 17 or more primary aged pupils will receive a lump sum of £8,000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil.

 

Total number of primary aged pupils between the ages of 5-11 (Jan 2015)

181

Total amount of Sports Premium Grant received

£8,905.00

 

Total amount of Sports Premium Grant spent

 

£8,905.00

 

Contribution from the schools budget

£285.00

Sports Grant funding remaining

£0.00

 

What does the Sports Premium mean for my school?

‘Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.’

At school we have split up the funding by three key areas for consideration; Physical Education, Healthy Active Lifestyles and Competitive sport. We have decided to spend the Sports Premium Grant on:

  

Objectives

Outcomes

To increase teaching staff subject knowledge and confidence in P.E

 

Actions:

·         CPD training for teaching staff in delivery of Dance and Gymnastics activities

·         PE co-ordinator engaged in PE network training sessions

·         Training for LSAs to support lunchtime activities

 

 

 

 

 

Amount: £3,995.00

·         Increased staff confidence in the teaching of P.E, particularly in dance and gymnastics sessions

·         Use of a variety of T & L styles and effective differentiation to improve the effectiveness of PE teaching.

·         Pupils make good progress within lessons, can evaluate their own and others’ performance and suggest ways to improve it – understand their next steps.

·         Clear progression between year groups evident

 

 

 

Health Active Lifestyles: Ensuring all our children have access to regular exercise.

Objectives

Outcomes

To ensure good quality teaching, provision and progression for all age groups.

 

Actions:

·         To identify and purchase appropriate scheme of work.

·         Training for PE co-ordinator on implementing and developing the scheme.

·         Cascade training to all staff

·         Monitoring of PE sessions by co-ordinator

 

Amount: £2,195.00

·         Planning for PE meets Age Related Expectations

·         Quality of all PE teaching is at least good

·         Pupils make good progress in physical development

·         Breadth of curriculum improved

·         Pupils accessing better quality provision which supports healthy lifestyles.

 

 

 

 

PE Equipment

Objectives

Outcomes

To purchase equipment which effectively supports the delivery of PE lessons.

 

Actions:

·         Audit current provision

·         Purchase new climbing frame/equipment for indoor use

·         Replace old PE mats

 

Amount: £3,000.00

·         Pupils accessing a wider curriculum which develops balance, gross motor and co-ordination skills

·         EYFS PD curriculum being supported to meet early physical development needs

·         Children given opportunities to work on different levels

 

Total: £9,190

 

 

Sports Premium September 2014 to August 2015

 

Total number of primary aged pupils between the ages of 5-11 (Jan 2014)

170

Total amount of Sports Premium Grant received

£8,850.00

 

Total amount of Sports Premium Grant spent

 

£8,850.00

 

Contribution from the schools budget

£3,282.92

Sports Grant funding remaining

£0.00

 

 

Objectives

Outcomes

To increase teaching staff’s subject knowledge and confidence in P.E

 

Actions:

·         Qualified Sports Coaches to work alongside teaching staff

·         Qualified Sports Coaches to deliver demonstrated lessons and improve the range of sports available to pupils.

 

 

 

 

 

Amount: £7,216.00

·         Increased staff confidence in the teaching of P.E

·         Use of a variety of T & L styles and effective differentiation to improve the effectiveness of PE teaching.

·         Pupils make good progress within lessons, can evaluate their own and others’ performance and suggest ways to improve it – understand their next steps.

·         Pupils given a wider range of sports in which they can participate.

 

 

 

Health Active Lifestyles: Ensuring all our children have access to regular exercise.

Objectives

Outcomes

To increase activity levels at lunchtime and playtimes and have regular access to regular exercise afterschool.

 

Actions:

·         Playground leaders training

·         Improve provision for extra-curricular sports activities using specialist sports coaches for afterschool clubs.

·         To purchase new sports equipment such as goal posts and PE mats.

·         To continue to provide swimming lessons to all year 4 pupils.

 

Amount: £4,706.92

·         More children are now engaged in high quality extra-curricular physical activities at lunchtime and afterschool as well as in lessons.

·         Playground leaders are actively leading activities at playtime.

 

 

 

 

Competitive School Sport: Increasing pupil’s participation in extra-curricular sport.

Objectives

Outcomes

To increase the amount of competitive sport opportunities for pupils.

 

Actions:

·         Engage in virtual inter-school competitions for multi-skill events

 

Amount: £210.00

·         A higher proportion of children take part in a wide range of different sporting competitions.