Catherine Infant School, Ulverscroft Rd, Leicester, LE4 6BY

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Catherine Infant School

PE and Sport Funding

What is the PE and Sport Premium?

The Government allocates funding to every school with an overall aim of developing or adding to what is already offered by the school and to further benefit pupils in future years. Catherine Infant School have allocated the funds given in order to fulfil this aim in a way that serves the needs of the pupils at our school.

 

How much does the school receive?

Total amount received 2016/17: £8000 plus £5 per pupil = £9055

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PE and Sport Premium EXPECTED Expenditure at Catherine Infant School 2017/2018

(Last updated 16/11/17)

The Government allocate funding to every school with an overall aim of developing or adding to what is already offered by the school and to further benefit pupils in future years. The 5 key indicators that schools should expect to see improvements in across the school by using this funding include:

  • The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity (children 5-18 should engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity per day of which 30 minutes should be in school)
  • The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  • There is increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  • Broader experience of a range of sports and activities are offered to all pupils
  • Increased participation in competitive sport

Catherine Infant School have been allocated funds in order to fulfil this aim in a way that serves the needs of the pupils and community of our school. The following breakdown also makes reference to our School Improvement Plan and how the various allocations of the funding links with that.

How much does the school receive?

Total amount received 2017/18: £18,090

How will the school spend it and what are we aiming to achieve?

The expenditure of the funding is managed by school Governors, The Senior Leadership Team and PE Subject Leader to ensure that the funds are used appropriately and effectively. This funding will be used alongside a small amount of additional funding by the school where appropriate.

Planned expenditure 2017/18

Aim(s)

Aims to develop provision already in place

Aims to develop the provision for future years

Outcome(s)

To be monitored throughout the year and updated at the end of the academic year.

Primary Premier League Stars (LCFC)

(Qualified sports coaches for curriculum & clubs)

ALL YEAR

£900 approx

Promote and develop positive attitudes to physical activity, exercise and PE lessons.

Broaden children’s experience of a sport (football) and promote enjoyment and participation of a sport for children – providing all children in KS1 with football sessions during the academic year and creating the opportunity for children to participate in a good quality after school club.

Increase confidence, knowledge and skills of staff in teaching this area of PE – fundamental movement skills (not PPA cover class teacher will be present at all football curriculum sessions)

All KS1 children will have had experience of a sport and increased their fundamental movement skills.

Participation and enjoyment of sport raised among pupils and to develop their experience of and skills in football.

Increased opportunity for pupils to work with qualified coaches in clubs

Staff provided with CPD/skills and increased confidence in that can be used in PE lessons.

Qualified Sports Coaches to run after school clubs in range of sport

5 weeks each Spring & Summer half term

£420

Cost of £1.50 per session to children participating, £420 subsidised by SPF)

Create opportunities for KS1 pupils to develop sports skills with a qualified sports coach

Promote and develop positive attitudes to physical activity and exercise while broadening children’s experience of different sports (not football) – multi-sports clubs to be offered reflecting the children and community’s interest e.g. cricket.

Increased opportunity for pupils to work with qualified coaches in clubs and to develop their experience and skills in a range of sports.

Profile of sport and PE raised across the school through participation in clubs

Dance company to work with KS1 pupils to gain Dance Mark throughout year

When TBC

Approx £300 for sessions

Approx £400 for achievement certificates/award

Promote and develop attitudes to physical activity in a creative arts area

Year 2 children completed the free dance mark at the start of the year – but promote this further across KS1 by achieving this with more groups of children across the year and broaden children’s experience of different physical activity.

Children will receive a certificate of achievement from the project to celebrate their achievements raising the profile of sport and physical activity.

Increase confidence, knowledge and skills of staff in teaching this area of PE – fundamental movement skills (not PPA cover class teacher will be present at dance sessions)

Dance mark achieved with Year 2s but dance company to run sessions with different groups of children in KS1 so a range of children are given the opportunity to develop fundamental movement skills creatively

Increases enjoyment and participation in physical activity among KS1 children

Children take pride in participation and celebrate achievements through certificate award

Staff provided with CPD/Skills and increased confidence in teaching dance that can be used in PE lessons

Dance company [insert name here] to run a 5 week after school club

When?

Approx £187.50

Cost of £1.50 per session to children participating, £187.50 subsidised by SPF)

Create opportunities for KS1 pupils to develop sports skills with a qualified dance coach

Promote and develop positive attitudes to physical activity and exercise while broadening children’s experience of different creative physical activity i.e. dance.

 

Increased opportunity for pupils to work with qualified coaches in clubs and to develop their experience physical activity beyond traditional sports

Profile of sport and PE raised across the school through participation in clubs

Sports company [insert name]
to work with KS1 pupils at playground at lunchtime and lead 30 minute SAQ sessions with EYFS after lunch

3 days per week from [insert date] to the end of academic year

£75 a day

Approx £5850

 

Increased opportunity for positive physical activity in school day

Children have a better understanding of how to play and engage in games in the playground

Positive playtimes created impacting positively on behaviour at lunchtimes

Close EYFS baseline assessment gap in physical development to prepare children for KS1 PE sessions

PE kits and storage

One off purchase to last for foreseeable years

£500 allocated

High quality and identifiable (school logo) PE will be bought in a range of different sizes to ensure every child in the school can participate safely in every PE session to increase health and active lifestyles

High quality kit purchased in order to ensure that this lasts for many future years for the school. A number of kits in different sizes will be purchased the guard against losses or damage.

Storage to be purchased so that kit can be stored in a central location i.e. the PE cupboard , be accessed, organised and cared for by all.

More children able to participate in PE sessions in school promoting a healthy and active lifestyle

Storage system and investment in kits with the school logo enables all classes to provide this and ‘future proofs’ the kit so that it doesn’t get lost or damaged

Earnest Cook Trust Forest Schools

Year 2 – 4 classes – to be provided with transport to attend a forest school experience

Trips TBC

£1000 allocated

 

Cost of £1.50 per trip to children participating, £1000 subsidised by SPF)

Broaden children’s experience of outdoor adventurous activity

Promote healthy active lifestyles beyond children’s usual experiences and increase children’s awareness of the range of activities that constitute physical activity and promote lifelong learning and active healthy lifestyles

Opportunity to link curriculum learning and physical activity

Children’s experiences of outdoor activity broadened encouraging and promoting healthy and active lifestyles among pupils.

Physical development linked with other areas of the curriculum

Val Sabin Courses x3

PE Subject Leader to attend

TBC
24/11/17
April?

£600

Secure and develop the subject knowledge of the new subject leader

Enhance leadership and quality of planning, teaching and learning in PE

Opportunity for peer coaching among staff from PE subject leader

Enhance provision for the existing scheme of work purchased last year

The new subject leader will be confident and have a secure knowledge of the scheme of work in school.

Staff will be supported by the subject leader in planning and teaching PE

The quality of PE teaching for all KS1 children is enhanced, monitored and led effectively.

Supply cover for development of PE Leader’s subject knowledge, monitoring and leadership and observation of subject.

Various dates throughout year

£2000 allocated

 

 

Additional equipment for playtimes and lunchtimes in KS1
Or
Improvement of the sports pitch

TBC where equipment will be ordered from/if a company will be used to improve the pitch.

Remaining £5933 allocated

Ensure high quality, engaging and active playtimes.

Promote and ensure opportunities for healthy and active lifestyles across the school day

Improve behaviour at lunchtimes and playtimes through a range of engaging provision.

To improve existing provision of worn equipment
OR
Ensure access to the sports pitch in all weathers (currently it is unsafe if it has rained due to bad drainage on the pitch)

The provision at playtimes and lunchtimes will promote healthy and active lifestyles throughout the school day.

The quality of equipment and/or the pitch will have improved improving the engagement of children in outdoor activities in all weathers across the year.

Children will be engaged at lunchtime through the improved provision therefore impacting positively on behaviour.

 

How will the school spend it and what are we aiming to achieve?

The expenditure of the funding is managed by school Governors, the Senior Leadership Team and the P. E. Subject Leader to ensure the funds are used appropriately and effectively. The funding will be used and a small amount of further funding will be added by the school.

Planned expenditure 2016/17

Aim(s)

Aims to develop provision already in place

Aims to improve provision for future years

Outcome(s)

To be monitored throughout the year and updated at the end of the academic year.

Subject Leader Training (Val Sabin Training)

£570

Secure the subject knowledge of the Subject Leader who will then work with school teaching staff in a Peer Coaching role.

Training was undertaken by the PE Subject Leader who benefitted greatly. A clear understanding was gained of the new Scheme of Work to be implemented.

Peer Coaching Supply Cover

£3960

Subject Leader to identify areas for improvement in skills and confidence within the school teaching staff and work with teachers/support staff to develop the identified areas for improvement.

Peer mentoring has been organised. There is a new Subject Leader taking on the role and, once established, will be able to consider peer mentoring.

Qualified Sports Coaches (Curriculum PE)

£1950

Develop positive attitudes to and increased participation in physical activity, exercise, sports and PE lessons.

Encourage more children to take up sports and physical activity.

Work with staff to increase confidence and develop further competence in the teaching of Games to be usefulboth now and in future years. (This is not cover for PPA.)

Sports Coaches in Curriculum PE slots have worked across all classes in Key Stage 1 with staff.

Staff report increased confidence, competence and understanding of how to implement Fundamental Movement Skills through games activities.

Children responded well to the sports coach who was very engaging.

Qualified Sports Coaches & Teaching Staff (After School Clubs)

£900 coaches

£450 staff

£1350 total

Develop positive attitudes to and increased participation in physical activity, exercise and sports including less active pupils.

Establish club links for current and future cohorts.

Encourage more children to take up sports and physical activity.

Pupils are keen to be involved in After School Sports Clubs due to the engaging activities provided by the Sports Coach.

We have discussed continuing our arrangement with the Sports Coach again next academic year due to the excellent value for money and the high quality coaching we have received this year.

Further expenditure next year could be planned for less active children to be targeted however, this will be decided by the new Subject Leader and Senior Leadership Team for the next academic year.

Val Sabin Scheme of Work

£249

Updated, high quality, comprehensive scheme of work in place for Gymnastics, Dance and Games (PE).

Improved staff confidence in the teaching of Gymnastics, Dance & Games (PE).

 

The scheme of work has been updated is ready for staff to use across the school. A consistent approach can be assured with this high quality curriculum in place.

Staff have a comprehensive scheme of work to use.

Curriculum and Club Resources

£1000

Replacement of items suffering from wear and tear with high quality, lasting resources to ensure ongoing quality provision.

Develop positive attitudes to and increased participation in physical activity, exercise, sports and PE lessons.

New resources have been ordered to replace equipment as necessary to ensure the smooth running of the PE curriculum and to encourage children in their PE learning.

Previous year:

 

Planned expenditure 2015/16

Aim(s)

Aims to develop provision already in place

Aims to improve provision for future years

Outcome(s)

To be monitored throughout the year and updated at the end of the academic year.

Qualified Sports Coaches (curriculum PE)

Develop positive attitudes to physical activity, exercise and PE lessons.

Encourage more children to take up sports and physical activity.

Work with staff (6 weeks with each Teacher) to increase confidence and develop further competence in the teaching of Fundamental Movement Skills to be usefulboth now and in future years. (This is not cover for PPA.)

Teacher feedback reported an increase in confidence and competence when teaching Fundamental Movement Skills.

Teachers in every class reported that children were highly motivated to participate and developed positive attitudes to physical activity, exercise and PE lessons, especially those who may not have previously been so keen to participate. The number of children seeming to avoiding PE lessons was reduced to almost 0.

We will be continuing to use the same Qualified Sports Coaches in the next academic year to develop further confidence in a different curriculum area and in After School Clubs.

Big Moves Intervention Programme

Staff development (training of the programme and being able to identify children with possible Special Educational Needs.)

Implement an effective, ongoing intervention programme.

All staff were trained in the programme. This included how to identify children suitable for the intervention, how to carry out the programme and how to assess the success of the intervention.

One member of staff ran the programme, supported by other staff members. All participants made rapid progress. Due to the success of the programme, we will be continuing to run the programme in future years.

Gymnastics Training (Hazel Colton)

Increase confidence and develop further competence in the teaching of Gymnastics to be useful both now and in future years.

The highly-skilled trainer delivered essential subject specific skills and knowledge to the benefit of all teachers in a highly effective way, including teachers already reporting to be knowledgeable in the delivery of gymnastics lessons. All staff reported that the session had improved their own knowledge and skills, would improve their own delivery/quality of teaching in gymnastics lessons and reminded them of essential safety aspects.

Resources for PE

Replacement of regularly used but worn/damaged light PE equipment (balls, quoits etc) and gymnastic equipment.

Equipment has been purchased to ensure smooth delivery and safe practice in PE lessons.

Further information about the PE and Sport Premium funding for schools can be found at:

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pe-and-sport-premium-for-primary-schools