1 Exemplification Support document : Primary PE and Sport Premium Indicators Academic Year: Total fund allocated: September 2017 - August 2018 18010. Key indicator 1: Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity Percentage of total allocation: School focus with clarity on Actions to achieve Funding Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested intended impact on pupils: allocated: next steps: - Introduce breakfast club to - Additional member of catering 785 - 55 pupils attending breakfast - Aim to increase numbers at encourage more pupils to attend staff to order food, prepare and club which includes 'Wake up breakfast club - possibly minimal school earlier and get involved in supervise.
2 And Shake' session - 97% charge for breakfast to cover activities. attendance (previously 94%). food costs. - Identify a staff member to 200. undertake activities (possibly a - TA and coach working together - TA to work with another TA or external coach initially). with nearly all the pupils above member of staff in order to up- involved. skill so no requirement for - Introduce activities in which all external coach - employing the pupils can be involved ( wake coach as an additional TA is up and shake) being explored.
3 - Develop scoot to school in - Purchase 20 scooters to 40 x 30 = - More pupils getting involved in - Continue to work closely with order to get more pupils introduce scooting in school. 1200 scooting with over 100 now. parents to increase the number travelling to school under their of pupils who own scooters - 25. steam rather than being dropped pupils asked for them for off in a car. Christmas. - Introduce the daily mile to get - Identify course for daily mile. Additional - ALL pupils involved in 15 - Daily mile firmly embedded in all pupils undertaking at least 15 track minutes of additional activity school day.
4 Minutes of additional activity per required = every day. day. 3000. WIDER IMPACT AS A RESULT OF. ABOVE. Pupils are more active in PE lessons - take part without stopping to rest. Standards achieved in PE. NC are improving with over 95% achieving end. of KS attainment target Attitudes to learning improved - better concentration in lessons. SAT results improved - see data. Key Indicator 2: The profile of PE and Sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement Percentage of total allocation: School focus with clarity on Actions to achieve Funding Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested intended impact on pupils: allocated: next steps.
5 - Celebration assembly every - Achievements celebrated in - All pupils at some point in the - The SLT has seen the benefits week to ensure the whole school assembly (match results + year have taken part in of the raised profile and is is aware of the importance of PE notable achievements in lessons assembly. committed to funding these and Sport and to encourage all etc.). - Parents have attended 6 areas if the Primary PE and Sport pupils to aspire to being involved - Different classes to do assemblies.
6 Premium is discontinued. in the assembles. dance/gymnastics displays. - Extra notice boards in main - Buy notice boards and arrange 700 - The notice boards are full of entrance to raise the profile of PE to have them fixed. information about and Sport for all visitors and matches/clubs/results parents. and pupils are keen to get involved. - Role models - local sporting - Ascertain which local 630 - To date there have been 4 local personalities so pupils can personalities the pupils relate to personalities who have spoken identify with success and aspire and invite them into school.
7 In assembly and the local to be a local sporting hero. football hero took an after school session alongside the regular teacher. WIDER IMPACT AS A RESULT OF. ABOVE. Pupils are very proud to be involved in assembles/photos on notice boards etc. which is impacting on confidence and self esteem. See notes in Indicator 1. about attendance and attitudes to learning with better performance in SATs. There are over 30 extra pupils attending clubs in the community which is complimenting activities in school and in the curriculum.
8 Increased self esteem/confidence are having an impact on learning across the curriculum. Key Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport Percentage of total allocation: School focus with clarity on Actions to achieve Funding Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested intended impact on pupils: allocated: next steps: - In order to improve progress - - Baseline pupils so that impact - Better subject knowledge for - Whilst the funding continues at and achievement of all pupils the can be measured over time.
9 Both TAs with the HLTA least one HLTA/TA will attend focus is on up-skilling the staff. - confident to take a more active Levels 2/3 and if appropriate, The following staff will undertake- role in lessons/lunchtimes etc. Level 5. the afPE accredited courses and - - Increased confidence and disseminate to other staff: - better subject leadership skills - One teacher will attend the 5/6. - Two TAs (1 is already a Level 3 - enabling the subject leader to NB. Only staff with QTS can qualified gymnastics coach) to - - Identify the local centres who lead professional learning for all attend the Level 6 - this will be undertake Level 2 and 3 are running these courses.
10 Staff. offered top teachers who are qualification. - - Ensure all identified staff are 3750 - Subject leader more confident aspiring subject leaders. - One HLTA to undertake the enrolled. when undertaking lesson Level 5 qualification. - - Establish dates when cover is 1000 observations/team teaching - - This will lead to sustainability - Subject leader to undertake required and appoint cover staff. able to provide effective as all staff will be supported to Level 5 and 6 qualification. - - Ensure that time is provided for feedback and lead discussions.