Once again this year the school will be receiving the Sports Premium Funding from the Government.
In March 2013 the Government announced a package of funding for physical education (PE) and school sport. Through a new ‘Sport Premium’ the Government is providing £150 million in each of the years 2014/15 and 2015/16 to support the delivery of PE and sport in primary schools. In early February 2014 the Prime Minister confirmed this funding would now be extended to 2020 which is excellent news for everyone at Scole.
This funding will be ring fenced, and will be allocated directly to primary schools across England, providing them with a dedicated resource to buy in invaluable expertise and support. Funding is allocated through a lump sum for each school and a per-pupil top-up mechanism. The formula will reference the number of primary-aged pupils (i.e. children between the ages of 5 and 11). All schools with seventeen or more primary-aged pupils will receive a lump sum of £8,000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil.
Schools have flexibility on how they use the funding but it should be used to increase and improve the PE and sport offered to pupils. As you can imagine, we are extremely excited about the sports funding here at Scole as we are committed to providing 2 hours high quality PE for all our pupils and we already hold the afPE Quality Mark with distinction and in 2015 we were chosen as the only rural primary in England to star in a number of videos filmed for Sport England. We thoroughly believe this will enable us to continue to place PE high on the agenda at Scole school and in 2015-16 the monies enabled us to ensure 100% of pupils across KS1 & 2 attended at least one extra curricular sporting opportunity and attended at least one cluster sporting event.
**Please visit “Sports Premium Funding 2015/16” to find the relevant information for our last year of spending. *****
For 2016-17 our main objectives continue especially for providing a wide range of activities for the children to take part in during and after school.
Our development plan covers these four main areas –
1: Provision of High Quality PE for all students.
2: Provision of opportunities for all young people to participate in a range of high quality activities. “Alongside and enhancing our PE curriculum.”
3: Improve provision for all young people to develop their potential including target groups and G&T.
4: Leadership and Management of P.E. and school sport including sports premium funding.
Our funding will be spent in these main areas; training for staff, resources, after school clubs, transport to events, extended learning opportunities and engaging in healthy active lifestyles.
PE Development plan – Final copy 2013-15 – PE Dev plan – final2015
PE Development Plan 2015-2017 – PE Dev plan 2015.17
Final Development Plan 2015-2017 – PE Dev plan 2015.17Final2
New Development plan – Completed plan to be added in new academic year.(2017-18)
Spending Breakdown Autumn Term 2016 –
After school Clubs – Street Dance (yr 4,5,6), football (years 1 &2 plus 4,5 & 6) KS2 rugby Club, KS2 Netball & Dodgeball (years 3 & 4) – £920
Resources – KS1 equipment for physical literacy focus £150, Game of Week (whole school playtime initiative) equipment (balls, reaction balls, scoops, beanbags etc) £300
Curriculum Enhancement – KS1 & 2 karate taster day £nil, Class 2 & 3 Zumba classes (3 weeks) £90,
Transport – £253 – Class 2 Multi skills Festival and Sportshall athletics competition for Class 4.
CPD Opportunities – Association for PE course – Health & Safety in PE with new resources for school, attended by Mrs Goldsmith – £185
Spending Breakdown Spring Term 2017 –
After school Clubs – Rugby (Ks2) £180, KS1 multi skills, fun & games £ 240, Fencing (Years 3 & 4) £200, KS2 Netball & Year 5 & 6 Brilliant Ball Games – Total £700
Curriculum Enhancement – Whole school Bhangra/Bollywood dance day £315, Coach Ron – multi skills sessions for class 2 & 3 £250, Boxfit sessions for class 4 £200 – Total £765
Transport – To Diss High School for KS1 Dance Festical £113, To DHS for Year 5 & 6 Quicksticks afternoon £113, to DHS for Netball Tournament £113, to UEA for Partnership Finals in Sportshall Athletics £ 165 – Total £504
Resources – Volleyballs (KS2 curriculum resource) £64, Sports clothing for participation at events £108, Change4life resources for Summer term club £35 – Total £207
Spending Breakdown Summer Term 2017 –
After school Clubs – Rugby (Ks2) £210, Year 2 &3 archery £240, Lacrosse (Years 5 & 6) £240, KS2 Netball & Ks2 Rounders, Change4Life Club, Ballet Coach (Years 1-3) £130 – Total £820
Curriculum Enhancement – Whole school Skateboarding Day £300, Coach Ron – year 5 & 6 athletics £125,Tennis Coach (year 3 & 4) £132, Class 2 & 3 outside Zumba with parents £60 – Total £617
Transport – To Diss High School for KS1 Sports Day picnic £113, To DHS for Year 3 & 4 Athletics afternoon £113, – Total £226
Resources – Cyber Coach renewal fees £167, Lunchtime equipment for healthy active playtimes £200, Gym stools repairs £136, Whole school badminton resources and training for Mrs Goldsmith £250, National School Sports Week expenses £23, Supply cover for Mrs Goldsmith to attend training and events £220 – Total £996
- Impact Statement and analysis – Sport Premium Funding Update Aug17
- Ongoing Development plan – Completed plan to be added in new academic year.
- Lunchtime and after school opportunities – greater number of pupils have been able to enjoy and experience extracurricular clubs. These have links to sports outside school and have been well received by pupils and parents alike. 100% of pupils in KS1 & KS2 have attended a after school or lunchtime club in 2016-17 which reaches our PE Development plan target for the second year running. In KS2 the number of pupils attending 3+ extra curricular experiences (cohort numbers permitting) has risen greatly this year ( see impact statement link above) and this has been due to the wide variety and amount of experiences available to pupils; these have ranged from cricket to ballet, cheerleading to basketball.
- Cluster Activities – From KS1 and KS2 100% of pupils will have been able to participate in a relevant cluster activity this year. In KS1 this has included three events, KS1 dance and multi skills festivals plus the end of year sportsday picnic.One of our sports teams have also reached Partnership finals this year.
- Activities to promote healthy active lifestyles – New equipment has been well received and are being used regularly at lunchtime. This was chosen and promoted with help from our MSA team who helped to choose the equipment. The equipment is regularly updated and we are looking to train a MSA to lead specific activities in 2017-18.
- Provision of High Quality PE for all students – We are particularly proud of our high quality PE at Scole. Having been awarded the association for PE Quality Mark with Distinction in 2014/15 we have also gone on to be involved in filming 4 short videos for Sport England as well as being involved in gymnastics filming for the Norfolk PE Assessment tracker. Teachers have also had the opportunity to watch lessons of their choice taught by Mrs Goldsmith to ensure our provision remains of a high standard and has sustainability. For the third year running we have also been awarded the School Games Gold award.
- New activities this year have including a karate taster day, Bollywood & Bhangra dancing experience for the whole school and a skateboarding day which was an brilliant success. Part of our success is linked to the range of after school clubs which we run and the new ways we enhance our PE curriculum. This year clubs have included street dance, lacrosse, fencing and archery plus the usual favourites. Our curriculum has been enhanced by –
- Tennis, athletics, boxfit, multi skills, karate, ballet and zumba coaches visiting and teaching in classes.
- New areas of activity in curriculum PE – volleyball and yoga with badminton to be taught in 2017-18.
- Swimming Data from 2016-17 year 6 pupils.
|Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety – Year 6 pupils 2016-2017||Outcome|
|What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?
|What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke] when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?
|What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?
Please speak to Mrs Goldsmith if you have any questions about our Sports Premium Funding.