PE and Sports funding 2017-18

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PE AND SPORT PREMIUM FUNDING FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS (2017-18)

Our school’s vision statement for P.E at Newton Flotman Church of England Primary School is to provide a high-quality physical education curriculum which inspires all pupils to develop a lifelong passion and interest in physical exercise and to provide the opportunity for all children, irrespective of age and ability, to participate, succeed, develop character and fulfil their potential in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities.

WHAT IS THE ‘P.E AND SPORT PREMIUM FUNDING?

PE and Sport Premium Funding is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sports activities they offer their pupils. Schools receive funding based on the number of pupils in Years 1 to 6. Schools must spend the funding to improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils, but they are free to choose the best way of using the money’.

(Source: Department for Education website)

As a result of the additional funding the school aims to:

  • Improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision.
  • Increase pupils’ participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.

AIMS FOR 2017-18

Our approach will be to continue to develop the successful areas from the previous year and to introduce new opportunities for our pupils:

  • Target non-active children with support/opportunities to encourage the development of an active, healthy lifestyle.
  • Increasing the number of opportunities for our pupils to work with specialist PE coaches – Gymnastics, cricket coach, dance instructor.
  • Buying into existing sports networks, the South Norfolk School Sports Partnership, and developing a bespoke package of support to include opportunities for pupils in Key Stage 1 and Reception.
  • Developing the range and levels of participation in after school clubs, to include multi-skills for Key Stage 1 pupils and Cricket/Football/Netball clubs for chn in KS2.
  • Participation in SNSP planning meetings so that their programme meets the needs of all of our pupils in the Cluster
  • Linking with other schools to develop Cluster partnership work (increasing opportunities for inter-school competition) in PE through termly meetings of PE subject leaders.
  • Supporting PE staff to lead and attend sporting events through overtime payments.
  • Develop a greater awareness/understanding of balanced, healthy diets.
  • Use of specialist facilities (UEA) for Athletics/Gymnastics programme.
  • School to aim for Gold/Platinum status in Sainsbury’s School Games award.
  • PE subject leaders to develop Sports Leaders programme with Year 6 pupils.
  • Development of P.E area on website to signpost links with sports clubs, detail future/upcoming events and to celebrate pupil/school achievements.
  • Develop Cluster events – Work with cluster schools to develop multi-school, inter-school events.
  • Strengthen links between school and outside clubs e.g. Mulbarton Gym Club, Arts Theatre School, Newton Flotman Football Club, Tas Valley Cricket Club etc.

 

 

Projected spending for Academic Year 2017-18
Item/Project Cost Objective Outcome
Amaven P.E. planning and assessment tool

£500 per year.

 

To improve pupil outcomes through provision of consistent high quality P.E. teaching.
Cluster contribution to South Norfolk School Partnership £288 To provide opportunities for ALL chn to participate in inter-school activities.
Swimming lessons for non-swimmers

£45.50 per session

Total cost over 14 weeks = £650

To ensure ALL chn leaving the school are water confident and are able to swim 25m.
After-school clubs

(£20 per session x 3 per week) x 30 weeks.

Total cost: £1,800

To increase participation rates in after-school sports clubs. Additional coaches.
Provide opportunities for children to engage in a wide variety of P.E. activities.

£250 UEA SportsPark

(+ £250 transport)

£600 UEA Gymnastics

(+£250 transport)

£750 Mobile Climbing Wall

£750 Sailing (£15 p.p. KS2: Y4-Y5)

£1,000 Dance.

= £3,800

 

To widen chn’s sporting horizons, increasing levels of participation in community clubs.
Expansion of Y6 Young Leaders Scheme (Requiring purchase of additional netball posts/goal posts/cricket sets and other associated equipment). £500 To increase number of children participating in sporting activities during lunch/playtimes.
Team Sports Kits (KS1 & KS2) £1,000 (with sponsorship of around £500). To improve levels of confidence and pride when representing the school in sport.
TOTAL P.E PREMIUM RECEIVED £8,617
TOTAL PROPOSED P.E PREMIUM SPEND

£8,538

 

P.E PREMIUM 2017-18 REMAINING +£79
In September, 2017, it was announced that the Sports Premium Funding would receive additional funds, the impact on the school would be that the school would receive an additional £8,563 of funding.
Expansion of swimming lessons for non-swimmers (aimed at Y2/Y3).

£70 per session

Total cost over 14 weeks = £980

To ensure ALL chn leaving the school are water confident and are able to swim 25m.
Introduction of whole-school daily exercise.

Staffing costs

£8 per session

125 sessions

Total cost = £1,000

To increase participation levels in daily exercise.
Sports Premium Planning Day

£450 supply cover

1 ½ days.

To allow subject leader time to plan/organise for activities/events/resources purchased through Sports Premium funding.
Enhanced/additional after-school provision.

(£20 per session x 1 per week) x 30 weeks.

£600.

To increase participation rates in after-school sports clubs. Additional coaches.
Additional staff to allow increased participation in cluster/county based events.

£1,500 approx.

 

To increase opportunities for ALL children to engage inter-school sports events.
CPD for MSAs to support provision of lunchtime sports activities £500 To enhance pupil participation levels at break/lunchtimes.
Additional sporting equipment to ensure consistent delivery of high quality P.E. £500

To ensure ALL children are able to access content of P.E.

To ensure ALL children make/good outstanding progress in P.E. lessons.

Construction of a daily mile track on school field to facilitate all-year round opportunities for daily exercise. £3,000 To offer ALL children opportunities for daily exercise.
Introduce korfball £25 training, £50 pa for posts, £100 for balls Increase range of sports and skills; increase extracurricular PE provision
Total planned additional spending £8,480.

Surplus budget

(initial Sports Premium fund)

£79.
Additional funding £8,563.
Planned budget surplus £162.
Sports Premium Funding Received £17,180

 

OUR VISION 

After discussing Physical Education with teachers, governors, parents and children we have decided on the following vision for our school.

  • We will experience a broad and balanced Physical Education curriculum
  • We will have lessons and extra-curricular activities with the right level of challenge
  • We will experience new PE activities with a variety of teaching methods
  • We will learn to manage ourselves and our bodies in different situations
  • We will enjoy learning and be creative so that we all personally drive and succeed, whatever the level we start

At Newton Flotman teaching will respond to:

  • age differences
  • pupils with special educational needs
  • disability
  • gifted and talented children
  • cultural/religious differences
  • pupil premium children

We believe all children will be able to enjoy and fully participate in PE. Our aim is to make sure all children experience PE and sport in a positive way, to develop their own self esteem and confidence.

“At the beginning of the year I was nervous in PE and did not want to do it, now I 100% love it” (quote from a year 2 child after a tag rugby lesson)

Ensuring high quality PE

Our school believes in supporting teachers to develop their skills so that our children receive high quality PE. The PE coordinator is available to help all staff in planning and delivery and we have a number of teachers with specialist knowledge of particular sports. Training is also available to teachers who feel they need further support in their teaching of PE.

Rewarding achievements

We encourage children to share their achievements in school during assemblies and in our newsletter. We have a ‘Sporty Successes’ display which has photos and results of achievements taken place at school and out of school. We enjoy hearing about what individual children are achieving in sport at home.

Competitions and sporting events

We ensure that children throughout their time at Newton Flotman get an opportunity to participate in events either organised within our school or by the Long Stratton Cluster.

Cluster events include:                                                                

  • Swimming gala
  • Athletics
  • Multiskills
  • Cross Country
  • Dance workshops
  • Football matches
  • Netball matches

School events include: 

  • Sports Day
  • Athletics Day
  • Race for life
  • Sports Relief
  • Skipping workshop
  • Football and tag rugby tournaments between houses and classes
  • Outdoor and adventure weekend for Years 5 and 6 at Kingswood Norfolk

School clubs

We have a number of teachers who run clubs either at lunchtimes or after school.  These include:

  • Table tennis club
  • Tag rugby
  • Football
  • Netball
  • Cricket

PE Funding

We are committed to using the Sports Premium Funding to enhance teaching, to provide the children with increased opportunities to be active and to enrich their experiences and skills in sport.