Southsea Infant School PE and School Sport Premium 2017-18
 
Southsea Infant School understands the value of PE and School Sport and believes that physical education should provide all children with a variety of opportunities to allow them to enjoy physical activity and to be able to improve their own personal skills and level of fitness through cooperative, competitive and creative activities.
 

Following the success of the 2012 London Olympics the government is providing additional funding of £150 million to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - will be allocated to primary schools. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools. 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 Southsea Infant School the funding is being used to deliver the following projects and initiatives:

·         To hire specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work alongside our teachers when teaching PE to increase             their professional knowledge, skills and confidence when teaching sport.

·         To improve the quality and quantity of materials for PE/sport in our school.

·         To increase the provision of places and clubs for pupils outside school hours.

·         To increase the professional development opportunities in PE/sport for all our teachers which might include
            providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE/sport.

·         Increased access and participation in appropriate sport competitions.

 Over the course of the year the Head teacher, PE Manager and Governors will monitor the impact of the funding on the above aims. The funding decisions are based on the Ofsted Report ‘Beyond 2012 – outstanding physical education for all’.



Current plans for 2017-18 include:


1.       CPD for Staff - liaison with HT and PE Manager


·         All Staff will be supported with CPD for REAL PE lessons and Gym.
·         The Subject  Manager will provide support for adaptation of new SOW with links to topics and/or sport activities.

·         Other staff will attend courses appropriate to the area of need identified through the audit carried out.


2.       Provide all children with the opportunity of taking part in appropriate Level One competitions


·         Pupils will be selected to represent Southsea Infant at city-wide events over the academic year 2018 – 2019

·         Pupils will be selected through internal events.

·         Activities entered may include: Multi-skills, Tag Rugby, Football, Gymnastics, Tri-Golf  and Racket Skills.

·         Funding will be used to help transport pupils to the central venue events.

·         Subscription to Portsmouth PE Partnership. 

3.       Equipment and Resources


·         Support school in purchasing additional equipment identified by the PE manager as necessary to enhance the PE programme.
·         Fund swimming taster sessions for Year 2 pupils.
·         Subscribe to online fitness initiatives.

4. Staffing
  • Additional staff to accompany children to swimming

  • Employment of lunchtime play manager

  • Allocation total £16,000


Support

Cost

Impact

 

School Sports Partnership Service Level Agreement

£2,000

As part of the SLA, all year groups will benefit from coaches coming into school to develop skills in a range of sports. This will also develop staff skills.

Purchase of additional resources for PE

£1000

Additional resources to support all aspects of the PE curriculum to develop a range of sports..

Purchase of additional equipment for lunchtimes

£1000

Greater activity at lunchtime.

Transport to events

 

£1,000

 

Children are able to take part in inter-school activities including football, cricket, tennis and experience a wider range of sporting activities.

Swimming lessons Yr 2

 

Additional Staff to accompany swimming group

£5000

 

£2,000

All year 2 children will have basic swimming abilities and confidence in the water. Those who  already swim will have improved techniques. 

Supply cover for staff to observe coaches

£500

 

Staff have developed greater confidence and skills to enable them to teach a range wider range of skills and PE activities.

Employment of play manager at lunchtime

£3000

Improvement in activity levels of children at lunchtime and improved skills development

Total

£15,500



PE and Sports Grant Expenditure and Impact – 2016 – 2017 

Background

The PE and Sports Grant funding which is being given to all state-funded schools in the country, with primary aged pupils, who are 5 by the January census. It is funded jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport.

In 2016 – 2017 we received a lump sum of £8000, plus £5 per pupil aged over 5.

Allocation total £8,600

Support

Cost

Impact

 

School Sports Partnership Service Level Agreement

 

£2,000

As part of the SLA, all year groups have benefited from coaches coming into school

to work with the children on developing a range of skills, including tennis and dance.

Teachers and pupils have enjoyed this work, and feedback from staff and coaches has been very positive. Monitoring by the PE leader, shows that children enjoy PE, particularly working with SLA coaches.

Purchase of additional resources for PE

 

£100

Additional resources to support all aspects of the PE curriculum, ensures that this curriculum area has an equally high profile as other subjects.

 

Purchase of additional equipment for lunchtimes

 

£150

A number of lunchtime ‘fun’ resources were purchased to promote enjoyment of physical activity.

 

Transport to events

 

£600

 

 

Children were able to take part in inter-school activities including football, cricket, tennis and experience a wider range of sporting activities.

Swimming lessons Yr 2

£4590

 

All year 2 children have basic swimming abilities and confidence in the water. Those who could already swim have improved techniques. Several children have gone on to have private swimming lessons as a result.

 

Supply cover for staff to observe coaches

£900

 

 

Staff have developed greater confidence and skills to enable them to teach a range wider range of skills and PE activities.

Total

£8,340