Sports Premium Action Plan 2016-17   Total Fund allocated £8973.42

 

School Focus/ -planned Impact on pupils

Actions to Achieve

Funding

Evidence

Actual Impact (following

Review)on pupils Sustainability/

Next Steps

Increase the engagement of all children with focus on children who are less enagaged. Kick start healthy active lifestyles

-continue with amount of after school provision.

- continue with active lunchtimes.

- Sports Leaders introduced to run active playtimes.

- identify target children.

-introduce change for life club for targeted children.

- allocate cooking time with focus on healthy eating habits (SMSC)

- Healthy/Fitness week to be organised with external providers (skipping, fitness testing etc) planned for the 12/06/17

- Change 4 Life club to begin - AL or CO to run.

- Increase the promotion of local clubs.

£7526 - Lunch/ After School Clubs/ Healthy week external providers.

£875 Health Week activities

- attendance of clubs.

- leader's rota

-list of activities

- list of target children

- evidence of training in school and out of school.

- SMSC long term plan

-After school activity timetasble

- There has been an increased number of children attending lunch time and after school clubs (see data).

-Continued increased links with outside clubs in the local area which has lead to more children attending clubs outside of school. (Martial arts/ Grimsby Town)

- Children have been picked out to join the Clee Rugby Club/ Grimsby Town Under 11's Football Teams etc.

- Increased the value of PE, sport and healthy lifestyles. (Pupil Voice/ PE Newsletters/ Sections in Assemblies)

- Behaviour has improved at lunchtimes  and within lesson times (See Data).

- Sports leaders supporting dinner ladies in lunch time provision.

- Healthy Week was a total success - comments from pupils, parents and staff.

- Premier Sport came in to target our target children - see data for evidence of improvement.

- sports leaders to continue play and lunch provision.

- time given in timetable for healthy lifestyles.

- Continue to target children for C4L club/Fitness Club.

Raise the profile of PE and sport by introducing a variety of sports through clubs

keep website up to date with competition and good practice.

- continue to involve local press to promote sport

- PE Board made and updated regularly with team lists and competitions.

- Sports leaders to complete lunch time clubs for different year groups.

- PE awards at the end of terms - good progress/ attainment/ tried hard.

£762 Fixtures and festivals

£2441 transport

- list of clubs (afterschool)

- lunchtime rota

- photographs

- newsletter

- website

- pupil voice other schools.

- Sports leaders sending out a PE/ Sports Newsletter every half term.

- Lunch time rota provided for dinner time staff.

- Attendance to level 2 competitions has increased therefore more children able to compete. (Website/ facebook)

- Level 3 C4L competition attended by us - July 2017 (See Website/Facebook)

- Inspired chn to work hard in PE lessons.

- Improved behaviour in PE lessons.

- Improved team work and attitude to competitions and sport. (pupil voice)

- Mixed with other chn from different schools.

- Raised aspirations and self esteem.

- Attendance at sports festivals mixing with other schools.

- Sports leaders sending out a PE/ Sports Newsletter every half term.

- Lunch time rota provided for dinner time staff.

- increased pride through watching older peers.

- willingness to represent the school improved.

Increase the confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport Children have access to high quality PE.

 

Staff have increased subject knowledge and confidence.

-Monitor coaching company - Get OD in to help observe CO.

- continue with G+T  provision including providing opprtunties through after/ external school clubs and the curriculum.

- staff to disseminate CPD information - Planned staff INCET to be done by AL on 11/01/17.

- continue to access leadership support provision

£1650 - SSP.

- lesson observation feedback.

- staff feedback to all staff after CPD

- Letters to G+T parents

- Coordinator attendance at forums and CPD events

- Staff have a deeper knowledge of the curriculum so therefore are able to teach lesson more effectively.

- Quality of PE teaching has improved.

-Chn's attainment has improved and they are progressing well.

- Chn going to G&T events. (5 boys from Y5 attended - see registers from C Dobbs)

- A subject leader who is more knowledgeable so then passes on that knowledge through organising competitions/ INCETs for staff. (OD come in to train up on gymnastics and Orienteering, attended all PE leader meetings with SSP and GR)

- Impact of scheme of work - chn are getting a broad and balanced curriculum.

- knowledge is shared after CPD

- staff given time to attend courses.

- all teaching staff have access to observe good practice and work alongside specialists.

- staff to undertake specific support on identified areas of development with feedback, coaching and follow up.

Provide a broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

-Conduct a register of chn who attend and don't attend after school clubs.

- Chn who don't attend - do a pupil voice of what they would like to attend.

- Potentially look into a broader range of after school clubs.

£7526 (No new equipment needed this year)

See equipment

- More attendance at after school and lunch time clubs (see data).

- Pupil voice conducted - just dance club provided to interest chn.

- begun to look at a broader range of sports clubs.

- New equipment needs buying for athletics/ new tennis balls. 

- Parkour club contacted for 2017/18 after school clubs.

Increase participation in competitive sport with the amount of intra and inter school competitions

- competition calendar shared - access a wider range of competitions and festivals with SSP and Gravity Red.

- target specific competitions and provide appropriate training opportunities

- attend regular competitions throughout the year

- to access cluster festivals of sport - GR

- develop program of intra-school sport within lessons  - formalising and collecting results/ celebrating this in assembly.

- Young leaders to lead a competition/ referee.

- End of unit (competition week)- Speak to CO

- Take B teams to competitions.

-Logo everything with School Games Mark!

£762 Fixtures and festivals

£2441 transport

Register of a school competitions chn.

-Intra School competition calendar

- Attendance to level 2 competitions has increased therefore more children able to compete. (Website/ facebook)

- Level 3 C4L competition attended by us - July 2017 (See Website/Facebook)

- Inspired chn to work hard in PE lessons.

- Improved behaviour in PE lessons.

- Improved team work and attitude to competitions and sport. (pupil voice)

- Mixed with other chn from different schools.

- Raised aspirations and self esteem.

- Attendance at sports festivals mixing with other schools.

- Sports leaders sending out a PE/ Sports Newsletter every half term.

- Lunch time rota provided for dinner time staff.

- competitions built in to curriculum to form part of regular assessment.

- improvement team spirit and collective identity.

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Develop leadership and management of PE

- coordinator to attend SSP forums and meetings.

- coordinator to receive specialist coordinator support.

- Leadership coaching by SIP

£300

- INCET meetings

- Register of attendance

- CPD logs

- Support from SSP and the alliance.

- A leader who is more confident in role from leadership meetings and support from SSP and Alliance.

- More organised events for chn to attend.

- More competitions/ festivals/ G and T events attended.

- More initiatives taken from other PE leaders and implemented in school to raise the profile etc.

- Silver Games Mark Award achieved in Summer 2017. 

- leader confident in subject vision and direction.