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Sports Premium Allocation 2015-2016

 

 

SPORTS PREMIUM ALLOCATION 2015-2016

SPORTS PREMIUM FUNDING ALLOCATION 2015-16

Total number of pupils on Roll

165

Total amount of funding received

£9651

PROPOSAL – USE OF ALLOCATED FUNDING 2015-16

FUNDING USE

COSTING

IMPACT

Sports Coaching D Rosser Competitive sport sessions one afternoon a week 30 mins per KS1 class

Primary Schools Sports Coordinator role CPD/admin 

£1500

Pupils benefit from a well qualified and enthusiastic PE teacher who plans and assesses progress. The Teacher attends BSCT meetings for PSCs and organises after-school clubs led by external coaches and in house teachers. Parents are kept informed on PE matters via a dedicated PE newsletter and weekly newsletters. The YST Silver Award is currently being worked on.

Specialist PE Staff employed to deliver high quality PE across KS1 equating to 25 mins daily

£7000

LEAP into Life Scheme is used. Sessions are planned to meet individual needs. Accurate assessments are made every week to inform planning. Leaper of the Fortnight certificates are awarded to individuals in Celebration Assembly.

Youth Sports Trust membership fees

Attendance of BSCT PSC meetings

Staff attendance at festivals/ inter school competitions

£151

By working together there are more opportunities for pupils to attend festivals and outside competitions (North Devon Gym Competition 2015)

Resources/ equipment

PE equipment

£500

Tag rugby equipment and Kwik cricket equipment has been purchased to support these new clubs.

Ongoing replacement of worn equipment

After school Sports Club including Change 4 Life – delivery by PE Coordinator and to provide adult support for individual pupils

£150

Pupil premium pupils attend this club weekly. The emphasis is getting them active and encouraging enjoyment through physical activity and to promote sports outside school.

CPD – YST PE Coordinators Course (2 year course with a session each term)

Purchase of new Arena Schemes of Work

 

£350

The new scheme will be integrated into the Cornwall Scheme for Games in KS1. This will enrich pupils learning through the lessons being delivered.

 

Impact of the Sports Premium Grant to demonstrate it has been used effectively in 2015/16

  • Increased opportunities for all of our pupils to access a wider variety of PE and Sports with timetabled LEAP sessions and games sessions
  • Increased number of children taking part in Bude Area multi-skills festivals and football festival.
  • Introduction of a Gymnastics Club at School in 2014 – attending North Devon Gymnastics Competition (now on hold due to staff member on maternity leave)
  • Opportunity to develop the competitive element of sports and the skills of sportsmanship by attending festivals
  • Developing pupil understanding of the importance of keeping fit and healthy and ways that they can improve their health and fitness through the regular LEAP and Games sessions, and Change 4 Life Club.
  • Introduction of more free clubs – Tag Rugby, Kwik Cricket and paid for clubs – Tri Golf
  • Continuation of PE clubs – Multi Skills, Plymouth Argyle Football
  • Pupils who are fitter, healthier and are motivated to continue to improve.

Due to changes in the delivery of Foundation Stage Physical Activity programme in 2014/15, when focus was put on outdoor free play and less emphasis on teacher directed LEAP into Life, there has been an impact on our current Year 1 cohort. They have entered KS1 with less developed skills than in the previous year. Subsequently there may some discrepancies in pupil’s attainment from 2014/5 to 2015/6

Our assessments show…

 

GAMES ASSESSMENT 2015/ 16

 

               YEAR 1

   YEAR 2

 

AUTUMN 15

SPRING 16

AUTUMN 15

SPRING 16

BLUE – EXCEEDING ASSESSMENT CRITERIA (GIFTED AND TALENTED)

 

 

14.7%

 

22.3%

 

3.6%

 

11.1%

GREEN – MEETING ASSESSMENT CRITERIA CONFIDENTLY

 

14.7%

 

22.3%

 

24.3%

 

22.9%

AMBER – MEETING ASSESSMENT CRITERIA WITH MINIMAL REINFORCEMENT REQUIRED

 

83.4%

 

75.1%

 

67.0%

 

65.0%

RED – NOT MEETING ASSESSMENT CRITERIA AND FURTHER REINFORECEMENT REQUIRED

 

2.2%

 

1.8%

 

5.1%

 

1.0%

Future Sustainability 

Bude Infant School knows that employing specialist PE staff directly, has greatly enhanced the learning and progression in physical activity of our pupils. For as long as the Sports Premium grant continues, we will carry on with this arrangement. Our assessments confirm that year on year, more children are meeting the expectations, using our assessment criteria (Cornwall Schemes of Work).

                          

Our PTA, FOBIS are currently raising funds to purchase more physical activity equipment to be used at lunchtimes so they are ‘on board’ with our vision of sustainability for PE and sport and increasing pupil’s achievement.