Sports Grant

Priorities & Expenditure Report 2018 – 2019
Total Amount of Physical Education & Sports Grant £19130

 

Purpose of the Funding
In March 2013 the government announced that it was to provide additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools in England – The Primary PE & Sport Premium. This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – is allocated to primary school head teachers. The funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

Purpose of funding:

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. For example, they can use their funding to:

·         hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers

·         provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively

·         introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport

·         support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday clubs and Change4Life clubs

·         run sport competitions

·         increase pupils’ participation in the School Games

·         run sports activities with other schools

 

Rationale of PESG
East Dene Primary School is committed to enabling all pupils to achieve the best of their abilities.  As well as adopting healthy lifestyles we want our children to enjoy, regularly participate in and reach the highest sporting performance level they are capable of.

 

To that end we aim to provide our pupils with high quality PE lessons, some of which will be delivered by specialist sports coaches (Live & Learn Sports).  Investment into staff CPD will also be a focus for the academic year to secure good and better PE teaching.

Pupils will have opportunities to participate in a wide and varied range of sports.  Both Intra-School and Inter- School competitions will be held regularly, where pupils will be able to develop their passion for different sporting events.

 

 

Objective and Anticipated Benefits Specific Year Group/Key Personnel to be targeted Staff/Coaches/Outside Agencies Annual Cost
To provide teachers with CPD to improve assessment/teaching/monitoring of P.E. across school.

Children will be engaged in high quality P.E. lessons and progression in skills will be seen.

Teachers to be up-skilled in the delivery of P.E. through:

a)       Opportunities to observe Sports Coach delivering sessions.

b)      Opportunities to team teach sessions alongside sports coaches.

c)       To lead sessions with support of sports coaches.

All teaching staff to receive CPD across the year. Live & Learn Sports to lead weekly PE sessions – staff to remain in sessions so as to develop their skills in delivering high quality PE sessions.

Initial support to be offered to NQTs during Autumn Term.

£14,500
To offer support to staff re: P.E planning & assessment.

To support the development of staff skills & knowledge in planning appropriate & challenging lessons.

All staff to have access to the Live & Learn App Live & Learn App Included in the annual cost of Live & Learn
To organise regular competitions across the Learning Community.

Children have opportunities to participate in Inter-School competitions.

These become a regular fixture in the school calendar.

Key Stage 2 Live & Learn Sports

Mrs J Allen

Included in the annual cost of Live & Learn
Live & Learn sports coaches to plan, organise and lead annual Sports Days for EYFS, KS1 & KS2.

To foster a love of sports.

To allow children to compete in a competitive environment.

Whole School Live & Learn Sports

Mrs J Moulding

Included in the annual cost of Live & Learn
To attend Live & Learn ‘Wow’ Festivals at Sheffield Institute of Sport.

To attend weekly inter-schools sports events.

To enable children who do not usually compete competitively to represent school in a competitive situation.

To create links with other local schools.

Y2 – Y6 Live & Learn

Mrs J Allen

£1000 contribution towards cost of festivals

£850 towards cost of travel to festivals

£1000 staffing cost  

Total: £2850

Awake and Shake programme to be delivered during Breakfast Club – 3 x per week

Children are given the opportunity to participate in early morning dance activity.

Whole School

Breakfast Club

Mrs J Keyworth

Mrs B Turner

£250
To deliver a range of sports to promote pupil wellbeing.

Yoga to be introduced as a Fun Time Friday activity.

KS2 Class Teachers £500 towards purchasing mats and staff CPD
To purchase new sports equipment and sports kit

To ensure the children can compete in Inter-School competitions, as well as hosting other schools in the locality.

To ensure children have access to high quality P.E. resources.

Key Stage 2 Mrs J Allen £500
Sports Leaders Activity

To build pupil confidence and develop their sporting knowledge and skill sets.

 

Key Stage 2 Mrs J Allen £200

Staff release time (across the year)  to train children

 

‘Bikeability’ – To provide cycle training for children throughout Years 5 & 6.

To provide children with the necessary biking training to ensure they are safe.

To increase children’s motivation to cycle.

Years 5 & 6 British Cycling Foundation No Cost
To promote girls football.

Live & Learn Sports Coaches to provide a lunchtime club for girls – focus on developing their football skills

KS2 Live & Learn Sports Included in annual fee for Live & Learn
Purchase lunchtime equipment to promote and increase purposeful participation during lunchtime.

All children will be motivated and engaged in physical activity during lunch times/break times.

Lunchtime activity rota to be created.

Across School Mrs J Vickers

Mrs J Keyworth

£250
Daily Mile to be introduced during lunchtimes – introduce Spring Term

To improve the physical, social and emotional health of the children in KS1 & KS2.

To encourage 15 mins of daily walking/jogging.

Y1 – Y6

 

Mrs J Allen to lead No Cost
To increase the number of After-School Clubs available for girls – Spring & Summer Term.

To encourage girls to participate in a wider range of sports clubs including; football, hockey & athletics.

KS1 & KS2 Class Teachers No Cost
To raise the profile of sports across school and provide a range of alternative sports sessions during the week.

Children will be encouraged to take part in 30 minutes of daily activity during National Sports Week – 24th June 2019

Whole School Mrs J Allen £100 staff release for planning & preparation in advance of the week and also during the week

 

Total Spend £19,150

Impact & Sustainability

Impact & Sustainability Report 2017 – 2018
Total Amount of Physical Education & Sports Grant £18680

 

Objective and Anticipated Benefits Specific Year Group/Key Personnel to be targeted Staff/Coaches/Outside Agencies Cost Impact & Sustainability
To provide teachers with CPD to improve assessment/teaching/monitoring of P.E. across school.

Children will be engaged in high quality P.E. lessons and progression in skills will be seen.

Teachers to be up-skilled in the delivery of P.E. through:

a)       Opportunities to observe Sports Coach delivering sessions.

b)      Opportunities to team teach sessions alongside sports coaches.

c)       To lead sessions with support of sports coaches.

All teaching staff to receive CPD across the year. Live & Learn Sports to lead weekly PE sessions – staff to remain in sessions so as to develop their skills in delivering high quality PE sessions.

Initial support to be offered to NQTs during Autumn Term.

£14,500 Lesson observations/drop-ins highlight evidence of teachers increased understanding of teaching PE, including progression across the key stages and knowledge of health and safety, and risk assessment
To offer support to staff re: P.E planning & assessment.

To support the development of staff skills & knowledge in planning appropriate & challenging lessons.

All staff to have access to the Live & Learn App Live & Learn App Included in the annual cost of Live & Learn Planning scrutiny highlights evidence of teachers increased understanding of how to support progression across the key stages.
To organise regular competitions across the Learning Community.

Children have opportunities to participate in Inter-School competitions.

These become a regular fixture in the school calendar.

Key Stage 2 Live & Learn Sports

Miss J Moulding

Included in the annual cost of Live & Learn Children across key stage 2 have attended a number of inter-school competitions.  These have included basketball, rounders, football, tag rugby and athletics. The fixtures have taken place on a weekly basis.
Live & Learn sports coaches to plan, organise and lead annual Sports Days for EYFS, KS1 & KS2.

To foster a love of sports.

To allow children to compete in a competitive environment.

Whole School Live & Learn Sports

Miss J Moulding

Included in the annual cost of Live & Learn Annual Sports Days held and attended by a high % of parents.  All children participated in the sports days. Pupil interviews showed that sports days were successful.

 

After School Sports Clubs

For children to access high quality extra-curricular after school provision.

 

Y1 – Y6 Live & Learn Sports

 

Included in the annual cost of Live & Learn A total of 232 pupils have accessed L & L after school sports club during the course of the academic year.  This is an increase from the previous year.
To attend Live & Learn ‘Wow’ Festivals at Sheffield Institute of Sport.

To attend weekly inter-schools sports events.

To enable children who do not usually compete competitively to represent school in a competitive situation.

To create links with other local schools.

Y2 – Y6 Live & Learn

Miss J Moulding

£1000 contribution towards cost of festivals

£800 towards cost of travel to festivals£1000 staffing cost 

Total: £2800

Wow Festivals of Sports attended.  Pupils able to compete in a wider range of sports.
To purchase new sports equipment and sports kit

To ensure the children can compete in Inter-School competitions, as well as hosting other schools in the locality.

To ensure children have access to high quality P.E. resources.

Key Stage 2 Miss J Moulding £430 Audit of sports equipment/resources carried out. Items purchased to ensure children are able to access a range of sports.
Sports Leaders Activity

To build pupil confidence and develop their sporting knowledge and skill sets.

 

Key Stage 2 Miss J Moulding £200

Staff release time (across the year)  to train children

Y6 pupils accessed training to become sports leaders.

Sports leaders to be identified from across the key stage to be trained for the next academic year.

To purchase a new football kit for our KS2 Football Team

To build a sense of team and pride in the KS2 football team.

Key Stage 2 Mr S Heald Approx. £150 Football kit purchased.  Pupil voice show increased pride in their team.
KS2 Hockey Club

Rotherham Hockey Club to run weekly sessions for KS2, during Autumn Term

Key Stage 2 Rotherham Hockey Club Coach/Miss J White No Cost Hockey Club was well attended – pupil voice again shows that this club was popular and if possible to be repeated the following academic year.
‘Bikeability’ – To provide cycle training for children throughout Years 5 & 6.

To provide children with the necessary biking training to ensure they are safe.

To increase children’s motivation to cycle.

Years 5 & 6 British Cycling Foundation No Cost Y5 children accessed bikeability in the Summer Term.  All children who participated are now able to cycle with greater confidence and as a result know how to keep themselves safe whilst riding their bikes.
Purchase lunchtime equipment to promote and increase purposeful participation during lunchtime.

All children will be motivated and engaged in physical activity during lunch times/break times.

Across School Mrs J Vickers

Mrs J Keyworth

£250 Lunchtime equipment purchased and effectively being used.  In addition to this playground markings were renewed to support the playing of a range of break time/lunchtime games.
To increase the number of After-School Clubs available for girls – Spring & Summer Term.

To encourage girls to participate in a wider range of sports clubs including; football, hockey & athletics.

KS1 & KS2 Class Teachers No Cost Class teachers promoted a range of sports to girls within their classes.  After school sports clubs were well attended and showed an increase in the number of girls attending.
Inactive girls P.E intervention, to begin Spring 2.

To motivate girls who have not previously expressed any interest in physical activities.

Y1 – Y6

(rota basis)

Mr Heald No Cost Pupils were invited to attend regular after school sports clubs.  Pupil voice carried out showed high levels of enjoyment as well as the desire to continue accessing the clubs.
To raise the profile of sports across school and provide a range of alternative sports sessions during the week.

Children will be encouraged to take part in 30 minutes of daily activity during National Sports Week – 25th June 2018

Whole School Miss J Moulding £250 staff release for planning & preparation in advance of the week and also during the week Sports Days were launched during this week.  Sport remained high profile and children were encouraged to take part in daily activity (On those days where they were unable to access the yard/hall – Take Ten activities were introduced).  During the week intra-sports competitions between classes took place.

 

Physical Education & Sport Grant

Evidencing Impact: Academic Year 2016 – 2017

 

What did you do and when? Why did you do this? What did it cost?
WOW Festivals

20 children from years 3-6 attended a ‘wow’ athletics event at the English Institute of Sport, Sheffield. All children got the chance to compete against a range of other schools as well as competing against each other to beat personal bests. (Run by live and learn). February 2017.

 

20 children from years 3-6 attended a ‘wow’ cricket event at Rotherham football centre. All children got the chance to compete against different schools and use the full range of cricketing skills. (Run by live and learn). June 2017.

 

To ensure that children who might not normally get the chance to attend after-school fixtures have the chance to compete against other schools.

 

To increase children’s confidence by competing in sports fixtures.

 

To inspire children to be involved in sport by allowing them to compete at the same venues as world class athletes.

£200 per event
Bikeability

Bikeability training in March 2017. 16 children took part, all from year 5.

 

Children learnt how to operate their bike, be able to control it on the playground and how to be safe when using their bikes on the road.

To ensure children have a minimum level of biking competence in order to stay safe when riding their bikes in the local community.

 

To encourage children who have passed their level 2 to cycle to school in a safe manner. This will increase independence and activity levels.

No cost-British Cycling Foundation.
PE Equipment

Bought new P.E equipment, such as basketball nets, at the start of the academic year.

To improve the range of skills that can be taught safely and effectively within a P.E session.

 

To ensure that children have access to high quality and appropriate resources.

 

To ensure that children can experience the full range of sports.

 

To be able to host other schools for basketball and netball after-school fixtures.

£500 – PE lessons

 

£200 – lunchtime activity equipment

CPD

Provided teachers with weekly CPD – lessons delivered by Sports Coaches.

 

Offered support to staff re: PE planning.

To up-skill teachers in the delivery of PE and raise their confidence and skills.

 

To support staff in planning effective lessons – progressions of skills evident.

£11,333 (Live & Learn)
Annual Sports Days/Events

 

Live & Learn Sports Coaches planned and delivered annual sports days.

To foster a love of sports.

To allow all children to compete in a competitive environment,

Included in cost above
Paralympian to attend school.

 

Athlete, Daniel Gardener, visited school as part of Friendship Week and led assemblies and workshops based on overcoming barriers and pursuing passions.

To motivate and inspire all children and to highlight skills such as resilience and self-discipline. £389
Intra-Schools Competitions

 

KS2 children participated in weekly sports competitions against local schools.

Competitions in a range of sports were held.

To foster a love of sports.

To allow all children to compete in a competitive environment,

No cost – delivered in-house
Additional lessons to support non-swimmers

 

Y4/5 Children who were not strong swimmers accessed an additional block of weekly swimming lessons (7 weeks)

Children to become competent swimmers £1900

 

 

 

 

 

What difference have you made? Who benefitted and how? What feedback have you had? Actions for 2017 – 2018
WOW Festivals

The level of competitiveness amongst the children has increased as evident in P.E lessons.

 

Children have access to high quality, word class facilities.

 

Children are enthused and excited to take part in more sporting activities and are more willing to attend after school clubs.

All children who attended have benefitted by attending competitions, being inspired by world class facilities and accessed a wider range of sports. Pupil surveys and feedback shows that they have enjoyed the events and had been to and enjoyed the experience of going to facilities they would not normally have access to. Be able to continue to fund access to ‘wow’ events to continue to allow children access to outstanding facilities and competitions between schools.
PE Equipment

Children have higher quality, more effective P.E sessions and staff are more confident because the equipment is readily available.

 

Children have access to the full range of sport.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other schools are now able to visit the school and children are proud to host children from other schools.

All children in the school have benefitted as they have access to newer equipment. As a result, P.E sessions are more effective.

 

Children are able to practice new skills (e.g. shooting) and apply these skills to a range of different sports. Therefore, they will be more competent.  Children are more competitive in inter-school fixtures due to knowing more skills.

 

A wider range of children are able to take part due to earlier finishing times.

Pupil surveys have suggested that they are happy with the new equipment, especially the basketball nets as this means that they will be better at P.E. To further increase the equipment available, such as basketballs and football nets, to continue to provide staff with the equipment needed to teach effectively.
Bikeability

Children who took part now have increased competency and confidence in riding their bike safely in the local area.

 

More children from the group are riding their bikes to school.

The children are now more confident at riding their bikes, which has led to them riding their bike more to school and also in the local area. They are more aware of risks on the road and are able to stay safe when riding on footpaths and roads. Children have enjoyed the bikeability training and have expressed increased enthusiasm in riding their bikes and keeping active outside of school. They commented that it was nice to be able to bring their bikes to school for the training and be trusted by their parents to ride their bikes safely. To ensure that the bikeability programme is booked again for 2017-2018 academic year and ideally increase the number of children who can access it.
CPD

Staff who accessed the support are now more confident in teaching PE lessons.

 

All NQTs successfully passed their NQT year.

Staff across school benefitted as they have become more skilled in planning and delivering sessions.

 

All children benefitted as they have received high quality sports provision.

Staff feedback has been very positive with 100% of staff commenting that they feel their knowledge has developed. To support new members of staff.

 

To provide additional staff CPD linked to Dance (Specifically requested)

Annual Sports Days/Events

 

Live & Learn delivered KS1 & KS2 sports day and a separate EYFS one.

All activities were matched to ability/age.  All children were able to participate.

All pupils throughout school benefitted from this.

 

All children were able to experience participating in a competitive event.

Pupil feedback following the events was positive.

 

Parents commented that they enjoyed the sports days.

Sports Ambassadors to support the events and help to organise.
Paralympian to attend school.

 

Children were inspired to meet the Athlete, Daniel Gardener.

 

Children reported that they were inspired by him and his story.

All children in school had the opportunity to meet Daniel Gardener and to listen to his story. All year groups were able to share positive comments following the visit.

 

The Friendship Cadets were especially inspired.

To ensure a range of inclusive sports are built into the curriculum for every year group.
Intra-School Competitions.

 

Increased number of pupils participated in a range of sporting competitions.

 

Identification of pupils with particular sporting talents.

All children in Key Stage 2 had access to the competitions during the course of the year.

 

 

All children who represented the school shared positive comments and were eager to be part of more competitions.

 

 

To continue to participate in the intra-school competitions.

 

 

To run practice sessions in advance of the competitions (Breakfast Club)

Additional Lessons to Support Non-Swimmers

 

Greater number of children now confident swimmers.

Children in Y4 and Y5. Children eager to attend swimming lessons.

 

Children’s confidence has grown.

To continue to fund the additional swimming sessions.

 

Priorities & Expenditure Report 2016 – 2017
Total Amount of Physical Education & Sports Grant £9310

 

Rationale of PESG
East Dene Primary School is committed to enabling all pupils to achieve the best of their abilities.  As well as adopting healthy lifestyles we want our children to enjoy, regularly participate in and reach the highest sporting performance level they are capable of.

 

To that end we aim to provide our pupils with high quality PE lessons, some of which will be delivered by specialist sports coaches (Live & Learn Sports).  Investment into staff CPD will also be a focus for the academic year to secure good and better PE teaching.

Pupils will have opportunities to participate in a wide and varied range of sports.  Both Intra-School and Inter- School competitions will be held regularly, where pupils will be able to develop their passion for different sporting events.

 

Objective and Anticipated Benefits Specific Year Group/Key Personnel to be targeted Staff/Coaches/Outside Agencies Annual Cost
To provide teachers with CPD to improve assessment/teaching/monitoring of P.E. across school.

Children will be engaged in high quality P.E. lessons and progression in skills will be seen.

Teachers to be up-skilled in the delivery of P.E. through:

a)       Opportunities to observe Sports Coach delivering sessions.

b)      Opportunities to team teach sessions alongside sports coaches.

c)       To lead sessions with support of sports coaches.

All teaching staff to receive CPD across the year. Live & Learn Sports to lead weekly PE sessions – staff to remain in sessions so as to develop their skills in delivering high quality PE sessions.

Initial support to be offered to NQTs during Autumn Term.

£11,333
To offer support to staff re: P.E planning & assessment.

To support the development of staff skills & knowledge in planning appropriate & challenging lessons.

All staff to have access to the Live & Learn App Live & Learn App Included in the annual cost of Live & Learn
To organise regular competitions across the Learning Community.

Children have opportunities to participate in Inter-School competitions.

These become a regular fixture in the school calendar.

Key Stage 2 Live & Learn Sports

Miss J Moulding

Included in the annual cost of Live & Learn
Live & Learn sports coaches to plan, organise and lead annual Sports Days for EYFS, KS1 & KS2.

To foster a love of sports.

To allow children to compete in a competitive environment.

Whole School Live & Learn Sports

Miss J Moulding

Included in the annual cost of Live & Learn
To attend Live & Learn ‘Wow’ Festivals at Sheffield Institute of Sport.

To enable children who do not usually compete competitively to represent school in a competitive situation.

To create links with other local schools.

Y2 – Y6 Live & Learn

Miss J Moulding

£200 per Festival – cost towards transport to EIS (Sheffield)
To purchase new sports equipment (basketball nets & new PE mats)

To ensure the children can compete in Inter-School basketball matches, as well as hosting other schools in the locality.

To ensure children have access to high quality P.E. resources.

Key Stage 2 Miss J Moulding £500
‘Bikeability’ – To provide cycle training for children throughout Years 5 & 6.

To provide children with the necessary biking training to ensure they are safe.

To increase children’s motivation to cycle.

Years 5 & 6 British Cycling Foundation No Cost
Purchase lunchtime equipment to promote and increase purposeful participation during lunchtime.

All children will be motivated and engage in physical activity during lunch times/break times.

Across School Mrs J Keyworth £200
Top up lessons for children to increase levels of skill in swimming at local leisure centre.

Children will become competent swimmers.

Year 4 & Year 5

Children who are blow age related expectations

St.Anns Leisure Centre/East Dene Staff £1900
Inactive girls P.E intervention, to begin Spring 2.

To motivate girls who have not previously expressed any interest in physical activities.

Y1 – Y6

(rota basis)

Mr Heald No Cost
Paralympian, Daniel Gardiner, to attend school on the 16th November 2016 to launch Friendship Week.  Athlete to lead assemblies on overcoming barriers and pursuing passions as well as work specifically with School Council/Friendship Cadets.

To motivate all children and to highlight skills such as resilience and self-discipline.

Whole School Miss R Gordon, SMSC Co-ordinator £389
To organise intra-school competitions.

To allow children increased opportunities to compete competitively.

Whole School Miss J Moulding No Cost
To increase the number of After-School Clubs available for girls – Summer Term.

To encourage girls to participate in a wider range of sports clubs including; football, hockey & athletics.

KS1 & KS2 Class Teachers No Cost
To increase resources for EYFS sports provision through Youth Sport Trust, Power of 3 & PJ Masks.

Children will be encouraged to take part in 30 minutes of daily activity during National Sports Week – June 2017.

EYFS Miss R Gordon/Miss J Moulding No Cost