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PE and Sports Premium Funding

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At St Mary's CE Infant School we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. In addition, we believe that an innovative and varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all children.

The PE and Sport Premium Spend Impact Report 2019 – 2020

The PE and sport premium is part of a government initiative designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils so that they develop healthy lifestyles. Every primary school in the country has been provided with funding to support additional sports provision.

For the academic year 2019-2020 the total amount allocated to St Mary’s CE Infant School was £16590.

Use of funding

Impact on PE and Sport Participation

Percentage allocation

Sustainability and suggested next steps

Employment of Adventure Plus instructors to run St Mary’s Adventure Plus Award for Year 2 pupils

·       Pupils in Year 2 experience activities such as fencing, circus skills and biking which enhance our PE curriculum.

·       Children are given reflection time to think and discuss how the sessions help to develop their resilience, self-belief and confidence whilst being active

40%

Year 2 pupils attend a residential at the Adventure Plus site in Clanfield

Employment of an Oxfordshire Cricket coach to deliver 6 lessons and after school club sessions to Year 2 pupils

·       Pupils introduced to a new sport and given the opportunity to pursuit it outside of school

·       Encouraged the development of other skills through physical activity, e.g., teamwork

1%

Continue to work with Oxfordshire Cricket. Offer sessions to Year 1

Purchase of new playground resources and equipment 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

7%

Year 2 pupils to lead play sessions with support of staff

Provided three ‘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 children in receipt of Pupil Premium to attend clubs at a subsidised rate

10%

Extend club provision to offer diverse range of options

Membership to the Witney School’s PE Partnership

·       All children had the opportunity to visit 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

9%

Continue to raise profile of PE in school through weekly certificates at celebration assembly

8 Forest school sessions provided for children in Year 1 and EYFS throughout the school year

·       The children have had the opportunity to work with others to carry out activities such as den/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

25%

Train a St Mary’s staff member as a Forest School Leader.

Use of funding Impact on PE and Sport Participation Cost 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
£2260 14% 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.
£393 2% 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
£6181 37% 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.
£1952 12% 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
£1394 8%

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.
£500 3% 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.
£2994 18% 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

 

£980 6% PE coordinator to teach Real PE and Real Gym to KS1 and Reception