Primary PE and Sport Premium plan  for Academic year 2017/2018

Total amount received expected to receive approximately £16700

We are required to publish how our Sport Premium money has been used and its impact on PE, sports participation and attainment.

The table below shows how we intend to spend the money.

Target

Action and Expected Expenditure Impact and how will we ensure that improvements are sustainable for the future
To improve pupil engagement in all areas of learning, particularly PE and sport, by teaching teamwork, resilience and determination through sports activities.

Range of after school and lunchtime clubs are now in place (Friday lunch/ Tuesday or Wednesday after school) where a range of team activities can be undertaken.

 

£941 has been spent on Lunch time and after school clubs sports staff and equipment expected expenditure

All children are now able to access in school sports clubs that give them the opportunity to try out a wider range of sports.

Some pupils have shown marked increase in engagement in the classroom through increased resilience to challenges.

Inclusive activities have meant that 100% of vulnerable pupils are now active active most playtimes / lunchtimes and have participated in at least one inter school sporting competition this year. 

Sustainability has been  ensured through training of  lunchtime supervisors by sports staff 

High quality teaching is being developed throughout school to ensure it is at least good and more often outstanding.

Staff continue to work alongside a specialist PE teacher to develop their PE skills and delivery of PE lessons.

Expected Cost of specialist PE teacher £6050

£157.50 has been spent on equipment needed to support teaching oh high quality PE 

£150 has been spent to pay for a specialist dance teacher to work alongside teachers for 3 afternoons. 

PE lessons are graded as at least good.

Sustainability has been secured through teachers working alongside specialised PE teachers and coaches.

To ensure successful outcomes for all pupils (including vulnerable groups, most able and those in receipt of pupil premium).

School will continue to be a member of the Pyramid Sports Partnership which provides a wealth of targeted activities, competitions and festivals including those for SEN and most able pupils.

 

£1115 has paid the sports partnership levy 

Most pupils (including all SEN and children from vulnerable groups) have participated in at least one inter sports competition this academic year.

Pupils in KS2 who were unable to cycle took part in a 'Learn to Ride' workshop at Denby. Other local schools also sent pupils to participate. 

Sustainability has been secured through all KS2 pupils learning to ride a bike and all KS2 pupils being exposed to sport competition - experiences that will allow them to enjoy and participate in  this type of activity for life.

To ensure that KS2 children meet the minimum standard in swimming

All pupils in Year 4 and 5 will attend swimming lessons during curriculum time.

100% of pupils leaving Year 5 have met the minimum national curriculum standards for KS2 swimming regarding distance, using a range of strokes and being able to perform safe self rescue in water based situations.

Healthy lifestyles are being promoted by encouraging participation in community sports clubs

Range of community clubs will be invited into school for taster sessions throughout the year at an estimated cost of £500.

Specific notice board with Information about joining clubs is displayed at school.

Healthy and Safe week will focus on long term benefits of a healthy lifestyle and how to access this lifestyle in the community. Expected expenditure £250

The school sport census shows that participation in community sports clubs such as cricket, dance, swimming, gymnastics remains high.

with 88% of KS2 

and 76% of KS1 

pupils participating in community sports clubs.

Sustainability is shown through attendance at community sports clubs continuing for pupils after leaving Denby CE (VA) First School.

Increase physical activity  of  vulnerable pupils by engaging them non sports associated activities as a precusor to engaging them in an active lifestyle.

Change 4 Life Club  (Autumn and Spring terms).  Expected expenditure £3395 (£2028)

Participation in walking bus 40 (£37.92)

 

23 pupils now regularly walk on our School Bus.

All pupils engage with Change for Life Club and show an interest in the activities provided. Pupil interviews tell us that pupils are encouraging parents to turn to a healthy lifestyle at home too.

Increase pupil engagement and pupil inclusion

Enhancement of the range of sports activities already provided.

 

£3000 has been spent on new equipment including multi sensory equipment and outdoor equipment storage.

£1990.80 has been spent on markings painted on playground to promote activity during lunch and playtimes.

Equipment has been purchases that will sustain our school as a centre sustaining a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities for children now and in the future.

funding to allow staff to attend training courses and network meetings

£500

1 member staff attended PE Network meeting on 09/11/17.

1 member staff attended PE Network meeting Jan 2018.

 

Maintaining perishable resources (netball bibs, cones, sponge balls etc.) and providing a range of equipment for use at lunchtimes and playtimes to increase physical activity

£500 (£387.06 + £209.47 + £64.50)

 

Primary PE and Sport Premium plan  for Academic year 2016/2017

Total amount received  £8245

 

We are required to publish how our Sport Premium money has been used and its impact on PE, sports participation and attainment.

The table below shows how we intend to spend the money.

Target

Action and Expenditure

Impact

To improve pupil engagement in all areas of learning, particularly PE and sport, by teaching teamwork, resilience and determination through sports activities.

Range of after school and lunchtime clubs are now in place (Friday lunch/ Tuesday after school) where a range of team activities can be undertaken.

 

Lunch time and after school clubs expenditure £1842

All children are now able to access in school sports clubs that give them the opportunity to try out a wider range of sports.

Some pupils have shown marked increase in engagement in the classroom through increased resilience to challenges.

Inclusive activities have meant that there has been an increase of 66 % of the most vulnerable children participating in organised sports activities in school (other than PE lessons)

High quality teaching is being developed throughout school to ensure it is at least good and more often outstanding.

Staff continue to work alongside a specialist PE teacher to develop their PE skills and delivery of PE lessons.

 Expected Cost of specialist PE teacher £5820

Good and Outstanding lessons are now planned for and delivered by all staff. Lessons are periodically monitored by an external PE specialist. Lesson observations support evidence of good and outstanding teaching and learning.

 

Skills of pupils continues to improve and as the year progresses will be reflected in competition results.

improving and with it results from inter school competition:

  • Our KS2 team were placed 3rd out of 16 schools competing in Sports Hall Athletics competition, an improvement 1 place based on last year's results. 
  • Our girls won our Pyramid's swimming competition (and improvement of 3 places on last year).

To ensure successful outcomes for all pupils (including vulnerable groups, most able and those in receipt of pupil premium).

School will continue to be a member of the Pyramid Sports Partnership which provides a wealth of targeted activities, competitions and festivals including those for SEN and most able pupils.

 

Sports partnership levy was £1115

Children continue to participate in a wide variety of sports (both competitive and non competitive) with other schools.

Children continue to have the opportunity to participate in events for SEN and most able children.

Healthy lifestyles are being promoted by encouraging participation in community sports clubs.

Range of community clubs will be invited into school for taster sessions.

Specific notice board with Information about joining clubs are displayed at school.

Healthy and Safe week will focus on long term benefits of a healthy lifestyle and how to access this lifestyle in the community.

 

Healthy and happy week

Expenditure £100

Participation for KS2 & KS1 children in at least one community sports club is 94%. (KS1 – 82%, KS2 – 100%). This shows an increase of 4% from last year.

To ensure that KS2 children meet the minimum standard in swimming

All pupils in Year 4 and 5 will attend swimming lessons during curriculum time.

100% of pupils leaving Year 5 have met the minimum national standards for swimming. 

Encouragement of a of healthy lifestyle through pupils' increased understanding of healthy food production and a love of the outdoors.

Children to be educated about food sources through continuing on the vegetable boxes, surrounding area, Gardening Club and the wider curriculum.

 

Expected Gardening club

expenditure £35 + staffing costs (to be calculated)

 

 A school gardening club has run througout the summer term. All pupils in school have participated on a rotational basis. Children have been encouraged to grow, prepare and eat their own produce. The school kitchen has used some produce. Children have been encouraged to make healthy choices in diet and the impact can be seen in the increased number of pupils choosing fruit rather than a traditional desert at lunchtime.

Children can talk about their experiences and the effect that healthy eating has on the lifestyle. 

Increase pupil engagement and inclusion through purchase of equipment 

£0 was required to be spent on new equipment as new equipment was donated by Millwood Education 

Children are visibly more active at play times and lunch times. 

 

 

 

 

 

Primary PE and Sport Premium plan Academic year 2015/2016

Total amount received £8252

We are required to publish how our Sport Premium money has been used and its impact on PE, sports participation and attainment.

The table below shows how we spent the money and the impact it had on our children.

Target

Action and Expenditure

Impact

To improve motivation of pupils and pupil engagement in all areas of learning, but particularly PE and sport.

Range of after school and lunchtime clubs are now in place (Friday lunch/ Tuesday after school) where a range of activities can be undertaken.

 

Lunch time and after school clubs expenditure £1926

All children are now able to access in school sports club that gives them the opportunity to try out a wider range of sports and some pupils have shown marked increase in engagement in the classroom.

Inclusive activities have meant that there has been an increase of 66 % of the most vulnerable children participating in organised sports activities in school (other than PE lessons) 

“I really enjoy playing games in the lunch time club because it helps me work with my friends in class and it helps my concentration too.” FH

High quality teaching is being developed throughout school to ensure it is at least good and more often outstanding.

Staff continue to work alongside a specialist PE teacher to develop their PE skills and delivery of PE lessons.

 Cost of specialist PE teacher £5175

Good and Outstanding lessons are now planned for and delivered by all staff. Lessons are periodically monitored by an external PE specialist. Lesson observations support evidence of good and outstanding teaching and learning.

 

Skills of pupils is improving and with it results from inter school competition:

·         Every pupil received a medal or finalist’s certificate in the recent swimming gala (this is the best ever result Denby have had in this competition).

·         KS2 team were placed 4th out of 16 schools competing in Sports Hall Athletics competition, and improvement of last year’s 6th place.

·         KS1 football team participated successfully for the first time in Pyramid Football tournament.

·         This year an unprecedented number of pupils participated successfully in Neilly Races cross country competition.

To ensure successful outcomes for all pupils (including vulnerable groups, most able and those in receipt of pupil premium).

School is a member of the Pyramid Sports Partnership which provides a wealth of targeted activities, competitions and festivals including those for SEN and most able pupils.

 

Sports partnership levy £915

 

Children take part in a wider range of competitive and non competitive sports with other schools.

Children have the opportunity to participate in events for SEN and most able children.

Healthy lifestyles are being promoted by encouraging participation in community sports clubs.

Range of community clubs invited into school for taster sessions.

Specific notice board with Information about joining clubs displayed at school.

Healthy and Safe week to focus on long term benefits of a healthy lifestyle and how to access this lifestyle in the community.

 

Healthy and happy week

expenditure £50

Participation for KS2 & KS1 children in at least one community sports club is 90%. (KS1 – 84%, KS2 – 96%). This shows an increase of 30% from last year.

Encouragement of a of healthy lifestyle through pupils' increased understanding of healthy food production and a love of the outdoors.

Children to be educated about food sources through continuing on the vegetable boxes, surrounding area, Gardening Club and the wider curriculum.

 

Gardening club

expenditure £25

 

 

Children are more actively involved with the growing of their own food.

Produce from our school garden is regularly prepared and eaten by the children for lunch.

Increase pupil engagement and inclusion through purchase of equipment 

£348 spent on new equipment 

New sports equipment has allowed a wider variation of activities on offer and has allowed inclusion of all pupils to engage in activities during school hours (soft balls, air flow balls, jumping sacks, tunnel).

 

Primary PE and Sport Premium plan Academic year 2014/2015

Total amount received  £8220

We are required to publish how our Sport Premium money has been used and its impact on PE, sports participation and attainment.

 The table below shows how we spent the money and the impact it had on our children.

Target

Action and Expenditure

Impact

To improve motivation of pupils and pupil engagement in all areas of learning, but particularly PE and sport.

Range of after school and lunchtime clubs are now in place (Friday lunch/ Tuesday after school) where a range of activities can be undertaken.

 

Lunch time and after school clubs expenditure £1120

All children are now able to access in school sports club that gives them the opportunity to try out a wider range of sports.

A case study of one family in schools shows that through a pupil having more interest in an sporting activities in school, this has led to increased participation of the whole family in sporting activities outside of school.

High quality teaching is being developed throughout school to ensure it is at least good and more often outstanding.

Staff continue to work alongside a specialist PE teacher to develop their PE skills and delivery of PE lessons.

 

cost of specialist PE teacher £3900

 

Mostly good and some outstanding lessons are planned and delivered by staff. Lessons are periodically monitored by an external PE specialist. Lesson observations support evidence of good and outstanding teaching and learning.

 

Skills of pupils are improving and with them access to inter school competition: Pupils in KS2 have successfully participated in football, cricket, swimming, multi skills, sports hall athletics, rugby, netball and cross country competitions.

 

To ensure successful outcomes for all pupils (including vulnerable groups, most able and those in receipt of pupil premium).

School is a member of the Pyramid Sports Partnership which provides a wealth of targeted activities, competitions and festivals including those for SEN and most able pupils.

 

Sports partnership levy £880

 

Children take part in a wider range of competitive and non competitive sports with other schools.

Children have the opportunity to participate in events for SEN and most able children.

Healthy lifestyles are being promoted by encouraging participation in community sports clubs.

Range of community clubs invited into school for taster sessions. Specific notice board with Information about joining clubs displayed at school.

 

Healthy and Safe week to focus on long term benefits of a healthy lifestyle and how to access this lifestyle in the community.

 

Healthy and happy week

expenditure £74

Participation for KS2 & KS1 children in at least one community sports club is 66%. (KS1 – 60%, KS2 – 72%).

Encouragement of a of healthy lifestyle through pupils' increased understanding that having good nutrition is equally important to a healthy lifestyle as exercise.

Cookery/ Healthy Eating Club

 

Cookery club subsidiary £149

 

Children have a greater understanding of healthy eating

 

Increase pupil engagement through purchase of equipment and facilities.

Some money to be spent on new equipment and new facilities

£2097

The new sports area at the rear of school has meant that the quality of PE lessons has increased and a larger proportion of PE lessons can be facilitated outdoors.

New sports equipment has allowed a wider variation of activities on offer