Evidencing the Impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium
Support for review and reflection - considering the 5 key indicators from DfE, what development needs are a priority for your setting and your students now and why? Use the space below to reflect on previous spend, identify current needs and priorities for the future.
Key achievements to date:
Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:
The school has achieved the SM Gold for the last three years and we know that it can have a positive effect on the lives of our community both in and out of school.
We have a reputation as a high achieving sports/PE school because we take part in and excel in a wide range of competitions and events within the city. The boys and girls under 11 Football teams have finished second in the league and were finalists in the Portsmouth schools. Winners in the city wide gifted and talented competition and second in the Portsmouth schools indoor Athletics. We have retained best team award for Dance and Cheerleading.
Sport and PE are led by our skilled and dedicated coordinator who personally teaches every child in the school every week as well as running clubs and training sessions virtually every day of the year.
Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety
Please complete all of the below*:
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?
Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?
Capture your intended annual spend against the 5 key indicators. Clarify the success criteria and evidence of impact that you intend to measure for students and for the future.
Academic Year: 2018/19
Total fund allocated: £18,038
Date Updated: April 2019 2
Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school
Percentage of total allocation:
School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:
Actions to achieve:
Evidence and impact:
Sustainability and suggested next steps:
Pupils have 90 minutes per week in their PE lessons and the opportunity of 30 minutes daily at lunchtime. We aim for all pupils to have, on average, 30 active minutes/day at school.
Observations of activity at lunch playtime by KU
Registers of clubs
All pupils meet the nationally recommended activity levels.
Structured play areas and playtimes more active.
Promoting clubs in assemblies and newsletter.
Less active pupils identified to take part in clubs.
Lunchtime supervisory assistants training is updated yearly.
Sports leader initially works alongside playground leaders who will eventually run lunchtime independently.
Next steps: identify supervisory assistant who can take a lead on games.
Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
We understand that having excellent sports & PE provision can be a catalyst for school improvement as a whole. Our aim is to promote PE & sport as being fun and healthy by making it more high profile.
The school’s sports leader is passionate about school PE and sport. This enthusiasm is infectious and so it is high on the priorities of colleagues, parents and pupils.
We know that active children behave and perform better in class so by increasing the levels of physical activity we hope to positively influence learning behaviours across the school.
Positive attitudes towards healthy active lifestyles are encouraged among pupils and staff and extended to parents/carers.
We will ensure strong teaching of PE throughout the school with extra-curricular opportunities available for all children.
Increased physical activity should have an impact on learning across the school. This should lead to children being better prepared for the next step in their education. Well educated school leavers should have a positive impact on the community.
Next steps: Establish stronger links with the secondary school which has recently joined the UL trust at this exciting time when they are moving away from sports agency staff towards trained sports teachers.
Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
School focus with clarity on intended
impact on pupils:
Sustainability and suggested
We provide a challenging PE curriculum with good coverage of skills and progression between year groups.
Pupils have improved knowledge and skills to become more confident in lessons.
The PE coordinator
Staff confident-PE lessons engaging and challenging for the children.
Lesson & planning monitoring-Pupils’ learning needs are recognized and lessons planned accordingly
Staff survey highlighting areas for development.
TAs trained to follow PE plans and deliver quality lessons .
Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
The range of extra- curricular opportunities is wide and meets the interests of all.
Promote sports for all-especially girls.
Develop lunch and after school activities using staff, volunteers, coaches and young leaders.
Ensure that girls are offered the same sporting opportunities (including competition) as boys which are given just as high a profile at school.
Engagement and enjoyment at lunch and break times increases.
In KS2 55% of the girls took part in after school clubs and School Games Level 1 competitions.
In Ks1 38% of the girls took part in after school clubs.
47% of pupils have attended after school clubs.
Clubs that have been subsidised KS1 -Multi skills 29%, Dance 30% and football skills 25% of children have attended.
Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport
The PE leader is passionate about providing children with the opportunity to take part in competition. We rarely miss taking part in sporting events or competitions. Competition opportunities have increased as a result of School Games being introduced.
To enable pupils to take part in competitions and achieve success.
Regular competitions during lessons and after school clubs.
Involvement in city wide events run by the School Sport Partnership.
Preparing pupils for competitions during lessons and after school.
Better links forged with King Richard School to deliver Level 2 competitions.
Increased numbers representing their school in inter competitions. Presently we have:
Year 6 – 54%
Year 5 – 41%
Year 4 - 33%
Year 3 – 26%
38% in KS2 have competed at Level 2 of the School Games.
Sporting achievements in numerous competitions which include; football, dance, athletics, cheerleading, cycling, and netball.
10% increase of children representing school in inter competitions.
Link with Up4sport girls football.
NGB formats delivered in extracurricular time building from competition introduced in PE.
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