2015 -16 Sports Premium

2015-16 Sports Premium Spending This year our focus will be to:
  • Maintain the events we ran last year and nurture positive attitudes to sport using high quality and engaging equipment.
  • Increase access to the curriculum of all children through providing intensive Fizzy for those struggling with basic skills.
  • Increase all children’s overall fitness and participation levels by launching our Sports Zone at break and lunchtimes. All children will also be taking part in the Learn4Life scheme and doing a unit of work based on the Learn4Life Club during their PSHE curriculum time sessions.
  • Develop children’s understanding and value of healthy lifestyles.
  • Involve a wider range of children in a wider range of sports and physical activity.
  • Continue to support and upskill our teachers and staff to deliver high quality and engaging P.E.
  • Increase awareness of the range of skills involved in playing games and sports.
  • Develop all children’s understanding and ability in fundamental basic skills in P.E.
2015-2016 Sports Premium Expenditure We have spent our allocated Sports Premium Funding of £8275 on the following.
  • Providing a specialist P.E. Teacher 1 day a week to teach P.E across the school and support our staff continued professional development and upskill all members of our team at Laleham Gap.
  • Training our P.E. leader to provide and adapt for our pupils the Learn4Life program as a unit of work for all children across Primary.
  • Train our P.E leader so he can begin implementing a new curriculum approach to P.E in the Real P.E programme. This will promote the importance of health, fitness and nutrition for a healthy lifestyle as well as providing a focus on social, creative and cognitive processes and fundamental skills in P.E.
  • Provide a range of engaging equipment for a range of activities and sports to launch our SportsZone which will run every lunchtime for all our pupils. This also allowed for us to provide a trained member of support staff to run the SportsZone organising and running games and supporting pupil participation.
  • Update and replace equipment to continue last years approach of termly basic skills events, engaging P.E. sessions and a Sports Day everyone can access.
  • Hire a professional Dance coach later in the year to provide 6 street dance lessons for every child during Term 6. This will also upskill our teachers and other staff for future years. We will also be upskilling staff in Leopards and tigers Class when Kent county Cricket come in during Term 6 to teach 6 sessions relating to Kwik Cricket.
  • Provide access to a wider range of sports by updating our basketball equipment, providing resources for all children to take part in an inclusive games unit during Term 4. All children learned the skills and games of boccia and new-age curling culminating in 10 pupils taking part in a competition hosted at Garlinge Primary School. Similarly all pupils will take part in a unit of work in athletics with new resources bought to engage and inspire all children during Term 5. This will also culminate in 20 children taking part in an athletics competition at the end of the unit of work. 15 children will be invited to a special schools Kwik Cricket event in Term 6. We are also in the process of buying equipment for Table Tennis, a game our pupils have expressed an interest in but currently do not have access to resources.
  • Continue to involve the children in shaping our vision for P.E in the future. By doing so we are confident that we are engaging them in a wider range of sports and a higher level of physical activity and fitness for all for life.
  • Provide funding for the development of our outside area on our new site.
 
  £ % of SP funding
Key outcome/indicator:  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles School Focus/Planned Impact on Pupils: Children will be active during break and playtimes and participate in P.E lessons and inter/intra sport competitions. Children have increased awareness of the importance of healthy lifestyles. Action: Sports Zone (Implement and maintain) Resources updated for P.E sessions and Athletics. P.E leader to train as Learn4Life trainer and implement a unit of work in PSHE for all children in the school based on the Learn4Life Club. Major spend on equipment for outside areas in the new site.   Evidence: £610 spent on equipment and staffing. £2074 contributed to larger fund for outside area development.   Impact on Pupils Following Review: Positive feedback from pupils about sports zone. Subject leaders monitoring showing 60% + taking regular part in daily Sports Zone sessions. Leader Trained on Train the Trainer Learn4Life course. Herne Bay Term 2. Learn4Life unit of work based on Learn4Life Club to be taught to all classes in PSHE in Term 5. Completed.   £2,684   32%
Key outcome/indicator:  2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement School Focus/Planned Impact on Pupils: Children have a greater awareness of basic skills and qualities needed in P.E and games. children take part in more Inter school competitions. Action: Trial Real P.E SOW. Evidence: 10 children attend Boccia tournament at Garlinge Primary T4W4. 20 children attend Athletics tournament at Garlinge Primary T5W5. 15 children to take part in special schools Kwik Cricket competition Term 6. Real P.E. Fundamental movement skills cards trialled by all classes in T5/6. P.E Leader awaiting full training opportunity in 2016-17 as no dates currently available. Classes will continue to use cards and resources currently available within sessions until final full training takes place in T1 or2 when Real P.E make course available to D Blyth (Only currently trained in Real P.E and Inclusion. Impact on Pupils Following Review: Positive pupil feedback from Boccia competition in Term 4. Liaised with staff involved from other Special schools in the area and we are now to make this a regular event to take place every other term. Next competition is New Age Curling in Term 6 enabling more children access to appropriate and fun Inter competition. Positive feedback from both pupils and staff the inclusion of Real P.E in to the curriculum with greater engagement and involvement across year groups. Real P.E to be fully implemented next academic year following subject leaders full training (Term 1 or 2). £871 11%
Key outcome/indicator: 3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport School Focus/Planned Impact on Pupils: Higher quality sessions/teachers more confident to teach Dance across the school. Teachers more confident in teaching and applying basic fundamental movement skills to improve children’s performance and participation in P.E. Real P.E and subject leaders advise to support this.   Action: Upskill teachers with requested areas by specialist P.E teacher. Upskill all staff with Street Dance unit. Upskill staff in Tigers/Leopards in Kwik Cricket with Kent county Cricket. Trial Real P.E. SOW. Evidence: Wisewoods Dance School to teach 6 sessions to every class in Term 6. Real P.E. Fundamental movement skills cards trialled by all classes in T5/6. Kent County Cricket to teach 6 sessions to Tigers and Leopards. Specialist P.E. teacher teaching 3 classes (Once weekly) over the course of Term3-6.   Impact on Pupils Following Review: Amazingly positive feedback from pupils and teachers regarding Wisewoods Dance unit. Subject leader’s observations confirm this. Only 1 or 2 children across the whole school unwilling to take part. Pupils able to make and show their final street dance performance during our Summer Fair. Positive feedback from parents followed. Dance club to be started by staff using skills taken from sessions in next academic year. Positive feedback from both pupils and staff the inclusion of Real P.E in to the curriculum with greater engagement and involvement across year groups. Real P.E to be fully implemented next academic year following subject leaders full training (Term 1 or 2). Larger amount of children able to take part in Inter competition as a result of Kwik Cricket unit (15).   £700   8%
Key outcome/indicator: 4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils School Focus/Planned Impact on Pupils: Children have access to resources and equipment to boccia, new age curling, basketball and table tennis. Action: Ensure resources and staffing in place to deliver during play times/break times. Organise Intra and Inter competitions to encompass these sports. Raise the profile of these sports in curriculum and assembly times. Curriculum time to be dedicated to athletics (T6) and Inclusive sports (T4)   Evidence: Inclusive Sport Unit of Work taught over 10 sessions in 5 weeks in all classes culminating in Inter School Tournament in Term 4. Possibility of £600 for Table Tennis to be price matched by Table Tennis South East. Led by Mr. Ursell. Basketball hoops fitted (£1050) in school sports hall to enable all primary children access to Basketball during curriculum and play times.   Impact on Pupils Following Review: Basketball now in place and accessible for staff and pupils in Term 3. Wide range of Boccia and Curling resources in place and used to broaden sporting experience for all children during curriculum time in Term 4. 10 children attended Inter Sports competition. 15 children attended Inter Athletics competition T6. Table Tennis Club in place once weekly run by P.Ursell. £2,705 33%
Key outcome/indicator: 5. Increased participation in competitive sport School Focus/Planned Impact on Pupils: Regular Intra competitions held. Maintain sports day and build on this success. Take part in 2x Inclusive Sports events and 1x Athletics competition for Inter Sports competition.   Action: 100% of children take part in Intra competitions and 50% of children take part in Inter competition over the school year. Cover provided to release P.E leader to attend competitions.   Evidence: Intra school competitions taken place during 2015/16: Speedstacking Term 1 Throwing skills Term 2 Jumping skills Term 4 Balance and agility Term 5 Athletics Term 6 90% of children participating.   Inter school competitions taken place during 2015/16: 10 children attend Boccia tournament at Garlinge Primary T4W4. 15 children attend Athletics tournament at Garlinge Primary T5W5. 15 children to take part in special schools Kwik Cricket competition Term 6. This equates to over 75% of children taking part in Inter competition. Real P.E. Fundamental movement skills cards trialled by all classes in T5. Impact on Pupils Following Review: Positive pupil feedback from Boccia competition in Term 4. Liaised with staff involved and we are now to make this a regular event to take place every other term. Next competition is New Age Curling in Term 6 enabling more children access to appropriate and fun  Inter competition. Highest ever numbers of pupils taking part in Inter and Intra competitions this year. £1,300 16%
  Total Expenditure   £8260   100%