Sports Premium 17/18

Alveley Primary School   Sports Premium   2017-2018

A wide range of PE is delivered to pupils at Alveley Primary School.

We ensure the inclusion of all children in school.

Our sport delivery is provided in the following ways:

  • During the school day
  • During playtimes
  • During extra- curricular clubs organised by school
  • During extra- curricular clubs we buy in
  • In after school care club

 

Opportunities we currently provide include:

 

Netball (high 5)

Tag rugby

Cycling

Football

Hockey

Multi sports

Cricket

Athletics

Orienteering

Cross-country

Dance

Rounders

Gymnastics

Cricket

 

Swimming

Gymnastics

 

 

 

 

How is sport organised at Alveley Primary school?

Teachers or specialist coaches teach PE lessons. We employ a specialist coach to enhance our provision and to ensure high quality teaching. This is funded through the school budget.

We provide play equipment during playtimes to encourage children to participate in active play and to allow all children to try out sporting activities in a relaxed atmosphere. Sports leaders and staff help to provide sporting activity.

We provide a wide range of extra-curricular activities through club provision and after school care club. We encourage all children to try new activities. Our club provision has become sustainable due to the use of sports premium.

What else do we do to enhance sport?

We are part of the East Shropshire PE and Schools Sport Partnership, which brings together local primary schools and secondary schools. We are active participants in the partnership. The partnership provides high quality training, but most importantly, improves our intra and inter-school sport participation. Children are offered a very varied diet of sporting activities, which include sports leadership and participation in tournaments and events. The partnership also promotes participation for children who need encouragement to enjoy sport. We are encouraged to use the secondary school resources to improve our provision and have excellent staff liaison. The sporting calendar is organised across the partnership and we can compare our levels of participation and uptake with other schools. We monitor participation and check gender uptake and inclusion (FSM and SEN). We frequently target low participation groups to ensure all children across the partnership are participating and enjoying a wide range of sporting activities.

 

Training

Our current focus for training is to develop the role of the Sports Lead in PE.

This will improve our delivery further.

Parents

Parents are encouraged to come along and support events.

Barriers identified which we will use sports premium to develop in future years.

Funding to release staff for competitions

Transport costs

Expertise

Facilities – changing

Organisation

Governors have worked with the Head teacher to develop a plan for expenditure of the sports grant for 2017-18. This reflects school self-evaluation priorities where possible. Governors monitor the impact of expenditure to ensure we are improving through appropriate use of this funding. The sports partnership offers advice to the family of schools to ensure the needs of pupils in our local area are addressed. Working collaboratively with other schools ensures we have good value for money and high quality provision.

What will we be doing differently because of the sports grant monies?

 

Aims

What will success look like?

To improve the quality of teaching and learning in PE

All PE provision will be good or better

 

 

Improve the health and fitness of pupils

Children will all participate

 

 

Increase the opportunities on offer and provide sports which appeal to all children

Provision will ensure there is “Something

 

for everybody.”

 

 

Improve resources

Equipment, appropriate kit and transport

 

will be provided to increase participation

High participation in inter schools and intra school

Records will show maintenance of high

events

participation levels

Maintain schools games awards

 

Give children opportunities for leadership

We will have Bronze ambassadors and play

 

leaders arranging activities and events to

 

engage children in physical activity

 

 

Allocation for 2017/18 = estimated at £17,000

 

How sports premium funding

is targeted to improve

outcomes for pupils.

 

Sports Premium Allocated

Success Criteria

Impact

Membership to the Sports Partnership

£3025

Increase participation for all pupils and target groups.

Increase participation in interschool events and festivals through annual calendar of events. Develop change for life and bronze ambassadors. Develop mini leaders in sport. Target low participation groups.

To fund transport to Sports Partnership events in order to facilitate participation.

£1200

Ensure access to all events is facilitated.

Increase participation in interschool events and festivals through annual calendar of events.

Professional Development 3 days for PE coordinator to attend sports partnership training.

£660

Professional development needs are addressed across the school.

Practical support for events and planning increases participation. Staff are more confident in teaching P.E.

TA play leader for breaks and lunch time

£2000

The quality of break play activities improves and children and lunch supervisors learn new games.

 

Children are provided with greater opportunities for play in a richer and stimulating environment.

Gym equipment

£1000

Equipment is fit for the purpose of teaching gymnastics

Children have access to necessary equipment to develop Gym skills.

New sports kit

£300

Children have new kit for participating in inter school events.

Children feel valued and pride in representing their school.

Playground Development

£9000

Playground is developed to provide a richer variety of resources to aid play.

Children are provided with greater opportunities for play in a richer and stimulating environment.