|Use of funding
||Impact on PE and Sport Participation
||Percentage of spend
||Sustainability and suggested next steps
|Employment of a Lunchtime Active Club Leader
- Children had the opportunity to take part in an Active Club every day where they could experience new sports and learn new skills, for example, basketball, hockey and circuit training
||Following review of impact, project to be substituted with more forest school sessions.
|Employment of a member of staff to run a free Change 4 Life after school club for all Year 2 pupils
- Year 2 children learnt about healthy lifestyles whilst developing the key values of the 2012 London Olympics.
||Move to a new form of activity that promotes personal development within the school day - Prince William Award.
|Purchase of new playground resources to promote regular physical activity
- More children were able to keep active during playtimes.
- Encouraged the development of other skills through physical activity, e.g., social skills
||Year 2 pupils to lead play seesions with the support of staff
|Provided four ‘after school’ sports clubs a week
- Increased provision and participation in after school clubs with the school able to allocate at least one club to every child.
- The premium enabled Pupil Premium children to attend clubs free of charge.
||Extend club provision to offer diverse range of options
|Membership to the Witney School’s PE Partnership
- All children have visited Henry Box to take part in a sporting event in addition to their allocated PE slots.
- Pupils participate in sporting events with and against other local schools
- Professional development of PE Leader
- Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
Continue to raise profile of PE in school through weekly certificates in celebration assembly
|Paid for six swimming lessons for Year 2 in the summer term
- Enriched pupils’ PE experiences and offered an opportunity to develop life skills.
- Large swimming pool hired to meet the needs of all swimmers.
- Supported the transition of the Year 2 children to the Year 3 PE curriculum and The Batt Primary School.
||Invest in 'Real PE' training for PE coordinator and introduce scheme of work
|5 Forest School sessions provided for all children throughout the school year
- The children have had the opportunity to work with others to carry out activities such as den and shelter building, role play, exploration, practical and creative skills and tasks.
- The curriculum that we offer has been enhanced through the provision of outdoor learning for all children.
||Increase the number of forest school sessions offered to children in Reception and Year 1.
|Continued professional development for PE coordinator and Real PE and Real Gym schemes of work
- PE coordinator is familiar with and had practical training in teaching the fundamental skills of agility, balance and coordination using a scheme of work.
- PE coordinator is aware of the new Ofsted framework and has a knowledge and understanding of how to access the teaching and learning of PE
- PE coordinator is trained to deliver lessons which ensure that every child is given the physical literacy, emotional and thinking skills to achieve in PE, sport and life
||PE coordinator to teach Real PE and Real Gym to KS1 and Reception