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PE and Sports Premium: 2017 - 2018 Review plus 2018 - 2019 Planning Ahead

PE and Sports Premium: 2017 - 2018 Review (October 2018)

Looking Back …

2017 – 18 Allocation = £15,726

Aspect of Our Provision

Approximate Costing

Making Additional and Sustainable Improvements to the Provision of PE

Encouraging the Development of Healthy, Active Lifestyles

Review

Staff Development

  • Hart and Rushmoor District CPD
  • Create Development  

£5,000

With a number of new staff we have identified a need for a range of CPD opportunities. This includes the employment of specialist coaches to work alongside our staff.

Almost all teaching staff have participated in some form of external PE CPD in the last 12 months.

Course feedback has been positive; there is a strong sense of a growth in confidence for non-PE specialists.

The big purchase here has been access to the Real PE programme. This has included centre-based training for our PE lead. This investment is the start of a longer term relationship with Real PE.

Sustaining what we have Established

 

PE Planning and Assessment

 

Further Increasing Children’s Access to Sport

 

£2500

Having ‘raised the bar’ of sporting opportunities, there is some investment needed to sustain this (new netball posts for example).

As we get more familiar with the resources that were purchased previously, we are planning to purchase more equipment, linked to this ‘new’ planning. In addition, we are planning to extend and broaden the children’s opportunities to apply their PE skills with some new sports / activities:

  • Handball
  • Archery
  • Pop Lacrosse

Some new equipment has been purchased. The priority has been on maintaining the provision of our core sports – through having more hands on equipment and the storage there of.

With regard to planning and resources the big purchase here has been access to the Real PE programme. This investment is the start of a longer term relationship with Real PE.

Tackling Obesity / Promoting Healthy Eating

£1500

 

To increase the opportunities for pupils to cook; introduce them to a range of different ingredients and educate the children about the links between healthy eating and sustained performance in sports’ activities

Some progress here, including Year 6 planning, catering and hosting a healthy tea party for parents.

Scootering to School

£1000

 

Linked to our work on Modeshift, to remove the barrier of safe scooter storage, which prevents many pupils scootering to school.

Upon investigation, scooter storage was deemed adequate. We will continue to monitor this situation.

Pro-Kick Challenge

Olympic Athlete Visit

£400

 

We are planning two whole-school PE ‘headline’ events to inspire the children. The Olympic athlete visit will include inspiring information about training, healthy eating and healthy lifestyle choices.

The Pro-Kick challenge was held in March 2018. Many children achieved medals and footballs; the ‘speed trophy’ was updated and now sits in the Trophy Cabinet.

Attending Tournaments and Other Sports’ Events

£1500

There were some occasions where our children’s attendance at an event was only possible through the release of teachers from their class teaching responsibility. These occasions were kept to a bare minimum.

 

Our success in competitive sport goes from strength to strength, not only in the achievement of our sports’ TEAMs, but also in the range of sports being competed in.

Both our boys’ and girls’ football TEAMs won county / district trophies; we had three TEAMs at the Hampshire Games for the first time (football, tennis and netball).

Our Cross Country TEAM regularly had 20 plus representatives.

Celebrating Excellence and Progress

£1800

We will use some of the funding to further raise the profile of sporting excellence. This will include at ‘elite’ level and individual pupil’s progress and attainment. Trophies and medals will be purchased and engraved; athletics scheme badges will be purchased for all qualifying pupils = 360+.

 

The funding for sports trophies and medals, for award at the annual end of year Sports Assembly, has given sport a high profile and source of celebration and motivation. This includes the on-going athletics’ records that are now updated each year.

These awards celebrate effort, perseverance, participation as well as recognising elite skill.

Back Playground Re-Surfacing /

Replacement of lines

£2000

The School Council has specifically requested the refreshing of the netball court lines on the Back Playground. However, with other (charity) sources in mind, we may get the whole space re-surfaced first. 

 

The School Council reviewed this and felt that it could wait a little longer before a refresh was necessary.

Swimming and Water Safety:

The National Curriculum states: All schools must provide swimming instruction either in key stage 1 or key stage 2. In particular, pupils should be taught to:

§ swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

§ use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]

§ perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

Our Data

Here at Velmead our swimming programme is delivered in Year 5. Assessments about children’s competence against these standards are made by the coaches we use; their judgements are made independently.

  • In Spring 2017 92% of our children met or exceed the national curriculum required standard.
  • In Spring 2018 90% of our children met or exceeded the national curriculum required standard.

PE and Sports Premium: 2018 – 19  Planning Ahead  (October 2018)                                                                        

Looking Back …

2018 – 19 Allocation = £19,940

Aspect of Our Provision

Approximate Costing

Making Additional and Sustainable Improvements to the Provision of PE

Encouraging the Development of Healthy, Active Lifestyles

Review

(October 2019)

Staff Development

 

Real PE Resources and staff CPD

£10,000

All staff are new to Real PE; to reflect this we have allocated half our grant to the aspect of PE development that will have the most significant impact on making ‘sustainable improvements to the provision of PE.’

 

PE Planning and Assessment

Sustaining what we have previously established

£4000

Linked to the CPD on Real PE is the need to purchase the resource kits for all classes.

With the most number of pupils the school has ever had comes the need to invest in sustaining the ‘high bar’ that has become our core offer to all of our pupils. This necessitates regular spending to increase and then maintain access to sufficient high quality ‘hands on’ resources and their storage.

 

Tackling Obesity / Promoting Healthy Eating

£1500

 

To increase the opportunities for pupils to cook; introduce them to a range of different ingredients and educate the children about the links between healthy eating and sustained performance in sports’ activities

 

Attending Tournaments and Other Sports’ Events

£2000

There are occasions where our children’s attendance at an event is only possible through the release of teachers from their class teaching responsibility. These occasions are kept to a bare minimum; however these are costs that need to be funded.

 

 

Celebrating Excellence and Progress

£2500

We will use some of the funding to continue promoting the profile of sporting excellence. This will include at ‘elite’ level and individual pupil’s progress and attainment. Trophies and medals will be purchased and engraved; athletics scheme badges will be purchased for all qualifying pupils = 416.

 

 

Swimming and Water Safety:

The National Curriculum states: All schools must provide swimming instruction either in key stage 1 or key stage 2. In particular, pupils should be taught to:

§ swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

§ use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]

§ perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

Our Data

Here at Velmead our swimming programme is delivered in Year 5. Assessments about children’s competence against these standards are made by the coaches we use; their judgements are made independently.

  • In Spring 2017 92% of our children met or exceed the national curriculum required standard.
  • In Spring 2018 90% of our children met or exceeded the national curriculum required standard.
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