Primary PE and Sport Premium plan  for Academic year 2019/2020

Total amount 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
Increase physical activity to 40 mins
a day in EYFS, KS1 & KS2.



Increased movement in school.

Identify where children are sedentary for prolonged periods and introduce small
activities that can be used as breaks during the session

Include active learning in lessons using the outdoors when possible. 

 

Resources to sustain children meeting the 40 minutes physical activity target. 

 

Specialist coaches into school with facilitate this through lessons and teacher CPD.  

 

Ensure the Daily Mile happens in school daily. Investigate and cost the price of  a running track (£3767 left over from last year)

Children will be fitter and understand
the importance of keeping healthy.

 

Children will benefit physical, emotional, social and mental benefits from exercise. 

High quality teaching is being developed throughout school to up skill teaching staff. 

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

Cost of specialist PE teacher expected £3000

Specialist rugby coach expected cost £1500

Specialist PE teachers to teach PE in areas of staff development. 

 

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.

 

Expected costs £1500

 

 

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.
Promote a health and well -being ethos throughout the school  curriculum.

School will take an active role in
promoting health and well
-being. Expected cost £1000


Children will be aware of healthy
eating. They will be able to make
healthy food choices and learn how
to cook healthy meals. Children will
be educated in the importance of
healthy mind and healthy body and
will begin to practise methods for
promoting well-being. Expected £1000

Children will have
participated in cross curricular
activities that include the above
during specialised weeks (Healthy and safe Week).

 

 

 

 

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

Training of staff CPD to help children's well being and mental health.  £1000

 

Children's well being workshops / themed days   £1000

 

 

 

 

Increase pupil engagement and pupil inclusion

Enhancement of the range of sports activities already provided.

Continuation of development  of playleader role to promote inclusion.

 

Referee training 

£500 to be been spent on new equipment including multi sensory equipment 

 

Funding to allow staff to attend training courses and network meetings

Expected costs £500

 

 

 

 

Primary PE and Sport Premium plan  for Academic year 2018/2019

Total amount 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 clubs are now in place (Tuesday evening throughout the year and football club on Thursday evenings) where a range of team activities can be undertaken.

 

 

 Training of lunchtime supervisors and playleaders - skipping workshops  £234.00

 

 

 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.

Cost of specialist PE teacher £3600

£ 2100  has been spent on PE equipment

Specialist Dance teacher whole school 1 half term - £240

Specialist Gymnastic teachers whole school 1 half term - £516.02

PE lessons are graded as at least good/outstanding.

Sustainability has been secured through teachers working alongside specialised PE teachers and coaches. Teacher and support staff CPD

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.

 

Cost £1492.63  

 All children including vulnerable, SEN and pupil premium have participated and achieved in sports. 

Children have learned new skills and activities that they are interested in and have perused outside school. 

numbers in children participating in after schools sports activities has increased. 

 

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 Year 4 and 5 children have passed water safety and are competent in at least two strokes. 
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 and on Community Sports Club Day

Taekwando £40

Football - £40

Cricket - £40

Dance £40

Specific notice board with Information about joining clubs is displayed at school updated at a cost £20

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

Cost £160

 

 

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

with 92% of KS2 

and 78% 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 in non-sports associated activities as a pre-cursor to engaging them in an active lifestyle.

Change 4 Life Club  (Autumn and Spring terms).  Cost £500

Walking Bus will continue to encourage children to actively walk to school rather then travel in a car - £113.64

 

 

 The club ran successfully until Spring 2019. Children have learnt new ways of keeping healthy and have shared with their peers and parents. 

 20% of children taking part in walking bus. 

Increase pupil engagement and pupil inclusion

Enhancement of the range of sports activities already provided.

Development of playleader role to promote inclusion.

 

Referee training £15

has been spent on new equipment including multi sensory equipment - £194.36

Playtimes have become more enjoyable for all. 

Playleaders are promoting physical activity, team games and fair play - this is being modelled to younger children who will take on the role in later years. 

Playleaders and staff ensure all children are included. 

funding to allow staff to attend training courses and network meetings

Expected costs £500

Actual Costs £180

 Staff attended pyramid network meetings in Autumn, Spring and Summer and passed on CPD and info to other members of staff. 

DC attended PE conference and introduced many new physical activity ideas into school such as BBC Super Movers. 

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

Costs - £931 has been spent on Lunch time and after school clubs sports staff and equipment expected expenditure

New goal posts £465.00

Playground equipment is new and in good order to encourage children to use it and promote physical activity. 

New goal post are encouraging physical activity and football. 

 

To increase physical activity in lessons. 

£1962 has been spent on a 3 year subscription to Maths of the Day.

 

£669.84 has been spent on equipment to promote physical activity in Early Years. 

Children now participating in more active maths lessons. 

 

Sustainability has been ensured through teachers learning new activities to continue after the 3 year subscription expires. 

 

 

To 

£3767  To go be put towards a potential running track for next academic year. 

 

 

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

Total amount received £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 spent 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 £2700

£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 a cost of £0.

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. Expenditure £50

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 £3095

Participation in walking bus £47.92

 

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

£0

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

£651.03 (£387.06 + £209.47 + £64.50)