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Primary School PE and sport funding (Department for Education) www.education.gov.uk

The government is providing additional funding 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 school headteachers.  This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

Eligible schools

Schools receive PE and sport premium funding based on the number of pupils in Years 1-6.  Kingsley Primary School receives £8000 and an additional payment of £5 per pupil.

Purpose of funding

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer. 

This means that you should use the premium to:

  • develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers

  • make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

 

At Kingsley Primary School, we have completed an audit and evaluation of current practice and sporting opportunities but more importantly we have discussed with our children the activities and opportunities they would like to access and develop.

Our current priorities include

  • to develop children’s confidence when riding a bike from basic balancing skills to road safety awareness

  • to developand improve the quality of the school’s current swimming programme to ensure more children are receiving weekly swimming sessions which are clearly differentiated

  • to provide weekly top up swimming sessions for Y6 children to gain confidence in the water

  • to use specialist coaches in school to help promote community links and to provide CPD opportunities for staff- tennis, table tennis

Look at the photographs and read our comments to see the new and exciting opportunities we have experienced.

 

 

 

P.E Premium expenditure April 2017 – March 2018

Activity

Details

Cost

Impact

Y3 Swimming (x 2 classes)

Mill House

(Additional to our normal allocated school swimming)

Weekly swim session – 1 hour pool time

 

Access to three differentiated training pools

 

Children are assessed against the Swim stage awards

 

Costs for Sept 2017-July 2018

£3708

 

Table Tennis

 

One session a week for table tennis including an after school club.

 

£220

 

 

Yoga Bugs

 

A half term of cross-curricular yoga delivered by specialist yoga teachers. Sessions are for reception children.

 

 

SEND Sport Network

Scheme bought so pupils with SEND have access to suitable inter and intra school tournaments.

 

Inclusion and good practice shared between participants of the sport network to improve standards in P.E for children with SEND.

£200

 

After school sports assistant

An after school sports assistant employed to provide and deliver Change for Life club in KS2. Clubs include:

· rugby

· additional table tennis

· cricket

· athletics

 

£1720

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kingsley Primary School PE and Sports Primary Grant

Allocation

 

PE and Sports Allocation

2014/2015

Kingsley

£10,608.00

 

 

Breakdown of PE funding for April 2014 to April 2015

Total : £10,608

Activity

Details

Cost

Impact

Table tennis

Two sessions a week for table tennis including an after school and a breakfast club.  Year group 3-6

£1820

  • Quality table tennis coaching
  • Greater participation rates from KS2 year groups – 60% Y6 30% of Y4+Y5
  • Development of coordination skills
  • Progression in outside competitions- Hartlepool and Tees Valley tournaments
  • Y6 Mentor skills

After school sports assistant

An after school sports assistant employed to provide KS1 clubs and deliver Change for Life club in KS2

£280

  • Improved opportunities for KS1 children (prior to the PE premium no KS1 clubs were available)
  • Change for life – children selected
  • Greater confidence and participation rates

Manor cluster PE support

Bought in at level 4

£1,883.50

(April- 2014)

 

 

 

£2,860.00

(February-2015)

  • Improved quality of teaching in PE lessons
  • Evaluation  and action plan produced towards the new curriculum
  • Team teach lessons
  • Improved access to specialist resources and teaching(gymnastics, trampolining, athletics )
  • Teacher CPD sessions to improve subject knowledge to deliver fundamental skills, netball, dance and cricket
  • Direct link to PE observations for performance management

Balance bike sessions

All chn in reception received two balance bike sessions led by specialist coach.

£212.50

  • Children gained confidence on balance bikes
  • Children were highlighted for extra intervention sessions
  • Concerns were noted for children who struggled with gross motor skills.
  • Staff CPD and improved confidence to deliver on the school’s balance bikes at a later date.

Additional balance bike sessions (small focus group)

20% of the reception cohort received additional lessons.

£200

  • Chn who still lacked confidence received small focus group sessions on balance bikes.  See Reception assessments.

Tennis coach

X 4 weekly sessions for Y3 children.  CPD used for staff to continue tennis lessons in Spring term

£160

  • All children participated in the tennis lessons
  • Community links shared to Eldon Grove tennis club
  • Clear focus on hand eye coordination
  • Chn highlighted for intervention

Balance brought forward

 

£3192

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Total £10,608

Breakdown of PE funding Apr 2015-Apr 2016

 

PE and Sports Allocation

2015/2016

Kingsley

£9796.00

 

Total :£ 9796 + £3192 (balance brought forward- see notes)

 

Activity

Details

Cost

Impact

Balance bike sessions (March 2015)

Session for reception children.

Follow up session organised for children who lacked confidence.

£135

  • Children gained confidence on balance bikes
  • Children were highlighted for extra intervention sessions
  • Concerns were noted for children who struggled with gross motor skills.

 

Balance bikes purchased

(November 2015)

17 small bikes and 7 large bike purchased.  Covers age range 5-12 years.  Bikes are adjustable for the different stages of riding a bike.

£2699.88

  • Training will take place early in Spring term 2016. 
  • Children will then use the balance bikes within curriculum time, during intervention groups and as an afterschool club
  • Children will gain confidence and make progress with riding a bike
  • Assessments will show progress and will highlight children who need further support

Clip and Climb

Weekly sessions x 1 hour a week

Duration – 1 term

Y6 and SEND group

£1092

Skills developed in the following areas:

  • Preparation and follow up for school residential
  • General climbing ability improved
  • Social interaction
  • Improved self confidence
  • Spatial awareness

See SEND records

Cluster support package

Bought in at level 4

£2042.50

  • Improved access to specialist resources and teaching (gymnastics, trampolining, athletics )
  • Teacher CPD sessions to improve subject knowledge to deliver fundamental skills, netball, dance and cricket
  • Greater participation in inter school events

Table tennis equipment

Two table tennis tables purchased

£333.34

  • Level of participation doubled as we now have four table tennis tables.
  • More time allocated in a game situation giving children more preparation for tournaments in Hartlepool and the Tees Valley.

Table tennis

(ongoing)

Two sessions a week for table tennis including an after school and a breakfast club.

£1260

  • Quality table tennis coaching
  • Greater participation rates from KS2 year groups
  • Development of coordination skills
  • Progression in outside competitions
  • Y6 Mentor skills

Tennis

(December 2015)

X 4 weekly sessions for Y3 children.  CPD used for staff to continue tennis lessons in Spring term

£160

  • All Y3 children participated in the tennis lessons
  • Community links shared to Eldon Grove tennis club
  • Clear focus on hand eye coordination
  • Chn highlighted for intervention

Swimming

ADDITIONAL

 

(November 2015)

Weekly top up swimming session to improve confidence in water with the long term aim of achieving 25m by the end of Y6

£2044

  • More children are able to swim the recommended 25m than previously
  • All children in the group have improved confidence in the water
  • Improved assessment structures have allowed children to be identified at an earlier age

Weekly additional differentiated swimming sessions for Y3 children.

Total £9766.62 spent

 

Breakdown of PE funding Apr 2016-Apr 2017

 

 

April 2016

Estimated

October 2016

Kingsley

£4079.00

 

£5440

 

                         + £3222 = £12,741

 

 

Swimming

During the Summer term, we evaluated as a school the impact of the additional swimming lessons.  Due to the changes in costings for our normal swimming lessons, our allocated swimming lessons would reduce from 2 year groups to 1.  The progress (levels and confidence), pupil responses and parent responses confirm our belief that swimming provision is of the upmost importance for our children.  As our current provider can now only provide for 1 year group with our budgeted swimming cost centre, we have agreed to use some of our allocated PE premium to continue to provide additional swimming lessons for Y3 and Y4.

 

 

 

Activity

Details

Cost

Impact

Y3 Swimming

Mill House

(Additional to our normal allocated school swimming)

 

Y4 Swimming

Mill House

(Additional to our normal allocated school swimming)

Weekly swim session – 1 hour pool time

 

X 4 swimming teachers

 

Access to three differentiated training pools

 

Children are assessed against the Swim stage awards

 

Costs for Sept 2016-July 2017

£6011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£5616

  • Clear tracking of individual progress for swimming
  • Chn highlighted earlier for top up swimming sessions
  • Differentiated groups x 4 – improved quality of assessment
  • Greater coverage of skills
  • Due to the smaller group sizes and access to three pools with varying depth, children are swimming for a greater proportion of the lesson time 
  • Progress can be seen on individual class tracking sheets and our percentage stage tracker.

Table Tennis

Two sessions a week for table tennis including an after school and a breakfast club.

£440

  • Link to the table tennis community club
  • Quality table tennis coaching
  • Greater participation rates from KS2 year groups
  • Development of coordination skills
  • Progression in outside competitions
  • Y6 Mentor skills

Yogabugs

Additional sport relief activity.

£80

  • All chn in reception accessed the Yogabugs activity
  • Participation in new activity

Balance bikes

Session for reception children.

Follow up session organised for children who lacked confidence.

£120

  • Children gained confidence on balance bikes
  • Children were highlighted for extra intervention sessions
  • Concerns were noted for children who struggled with gross motor skills.
SEND Sport Network

Scheme bought so pupils with SEND have access to suitable inter and intra schoool tournaments

 

x 3 CPD sessions for staff
£200
  • Inter-school tournament participation rates for children with SEND has increased dramatically over the year.
  • Teachers and teaching assistants have gained skills in provisioning similar tournaments so inter-school tournaments can be held (Reception to Year 6).
  • CPD sessions delivered by specialist SEND teachers have been arranged to improve the quality of P.E delivered to children with SEND.

 

 

 

Total spent £12,504

Balance to spend before April 2017- £237

Swimming Progress 2015/2016

As a school, we believe that it is really important that all children learn to swim. Therefore, we have spent part of our PE pupil premium funding on providing additional swimming lessons for our Y3 children and weekly top up swimming sessions for some of our Y6 children.

The progress is outlined below.  

We are very proud of our children’s achievements!

 

Look at the progress we have made in swimming!

(PE premium money- additional lessons for Y3 and Y6 top up)

 

Year 3TJ

December 2015

April 2016

July 2016

Below level 1

14

46.7%

Below level 1

9

30%

Below level 1

1

3.3%

Working within Level 2

9

30%

Working within Level 2

5

16.7%

Working within Level 2

8

26.7%

Working within Level 3

7

23.3%

Working within Level 3

8

26.7%

Working within Level 3

5

16.7%

 

Working within Level 4

8

26.7%

Working within Level 4

10

33.3%

 

 

Achieved 25m

9

30%

 

 

Working within Level 5

6

20%

 

 

Y3CN (Started March 2016)

April 2016

July 2016

Below level 1

14

48.3%

Below level 1

0

0%

Working within Level 2

15

51.7%

Working within Level 2

28

93.3%

 

Working within Level 6

2

6.7%

 

 

 

 

 

Year 6

Percentage of children swimming 25m

October 2015 = 77.2%

April 2016 = 86.4%

July 2016 = 93.2%

 

April 2016 - September 2016

During the Summer tern, we evaluated as a school the impact of the additional swimming lessons. Please see progress above. Due to the changes in costings for our normal swimming lessons, our allocated swimming lessons would reduce from 2 year groups to 1. The progress (levels and confidence), pupil responses and parent responses confirmed our belief that swimming provision was of the upmost importance for our children. As our current provider could now only provide for 1 year group with our budgeted swimming cost centre, we decided to use some of the allocated PE premium to continue to provide additional swimming.

 

 

Questionnaire responses from parents

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Come and take a look at some of the skills we have been learning in our after school clubs!

The children have learned so many skills by taking part in the table tennis after school clubs.

Well done for making it through to the Tees Valley table tennis finals!
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The children have really enjoyed playing cricket in the after school clubs!
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