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PE Premium Funding

Primary PE and Sport Premium funding

Introduction

The DfE’s Vision for the Primary PE and Sport Premium is that “all pupils will leave primary school physically literate, and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport”.

PE and Sport Premium Funding is therefore designed to support the development of existing PE and sport provision, as well as developing sustainable improvements that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years.

Burhill Primary School is growing and providing all pupils with a high quality PE curriculum, promoting involvement in sport (both in and out of school) and engagement in competitive sport with other schools. We are members of the active Elmbridge and Runnymede Primary Schools Sports Association, and our children have opportunities to take part in competitions and tournaments in a range of sports including football, rugby, athletics, cross-country, hockey and netball, as well as multisports activities in EYFS and KS1. Children benefit from being taught by experienced staff who are passionate about PE and give generously of their time to support children’s participation in sport out of school, both in competitions and extra-curricular activities.

The table below outlines our activities in 2015-2016 to develop PE and sport throughout the school, as well as summarising the impact of these initiatives. Planned activities for 2016-2017 are also shown. Costs, where shown, are specifically linked to the use of Sport Premium funding rather than reflecting all expenditure on activities involving school sport, as these are covered within the main school budget.

2015 – 2016: Objectives and impact.

Strategies and activities

Budget

Impact

Continue to develop high quality curriculum provision in physical education

-Extend the range of sports available through resourcing and external coaching.

-Implement KS2 intra sports competitions.

-Continue to review provision in light of 2014 National Curriculum; review curriculum and planning resources available for staff

 

-Gymnastic and Dance coaches (see below).

-Resources (see below).

-Children received high quality external coaching in gymnastics and dance.

-Staff are more confident in teaching football and other invasion games

-KS2 intra competitions have increased the number of children participating in competitive games.

-Sainsbury School Games Bronze PE Award achieved

 

Ensure pupils have access to a good range of high quality extra-curricular activities

Review the range of activities / age groups etc. to ensure that a variety of extra-curricular activities is available.

-Course for children supporting the use of bikes, trikes and scooters (PEDALS).

-Promote links with local clubs

 

-Teacher led clubs.

- PEDALS (£414.00)

-Children have the opportunity to take part in sports as an extra-curricular activity.

-Increased links with Esher Rugby Club, giving children the chance to play tag rugby and they have been invited to play at Esher Rugby Club.

-Children have increased awareness on bike, trike and scooter safety.

Develop the expertise and confidence of staff in teaching PE and sport

-Audit of staff training needs.

-Use of external coaches for CPD in specific areas (dance and gymnastics)

 

External coaches (£4785)

-Staff are more confident to teach gymnastics and dance.

-Staff have a wider knowledge of the PE curriculum through gymnastics and dance with progression.

Extend opportunities for children to participate in competitive sport (in school and between schools)

-Continue by attending Active Surrey events enabling more children to take part in a range of sporting events.

-Arrange friendly events against other schools to give children the opportunity to represent the school. 

- Sports coach to support sporting play and games at lunchtime

-KS2 intra school competitions.

-Internal cover arranged for staff attending events.

-Friendly events arranged after school hours.

-Membership to ERPSSA (£60.00)

-Sports coach (£525.00)

-Significant increase in the number of children representing the school in sporting events.

- KS2 intra competitions have increased the number of children participating in competitive games.

Ensure that high quality resources and equipment are available to support curricular and extra-curricular provision

-Invest in resources to support revised curriculum (goals, netball posts, balls etc. playtime and lunchtime equipment and bibs)

-Sports kit for additional school teams.

 

-Resources, kit and equipment. (£2945.00)

-Additional resources in place to support the PE curriculum.

Total: (Please note that other funding was also used to support these activities) £8729

 

As a growing primary school, children have been able to take part in a range of different sports that they have never had access to before. The development of clubs, wider involvement of children and increased engagement in competitive sport has led to an increase in the participation of all children within the school. The competitions and events children have access to are stated below.

 Tag rugby festival for children in Year 3, 4 and 5

 Tri golf for children in Year 2, 3 and 4

 Quicksticks for children in Year 3, 4 and 5

 Cross Country for children in Year 3, 4 and 5

 Girls football for children in Year 5

 Dodgeball for children in Year 5

 Sports hall athletics for children in Year 5  

 Football for children in Year 5

 Tennis for children in Year 3 and 4

 Hi 5 netball for children in Year 5

 Cross country relay for children in Year 3, 4 and 5

 Kwik cricket for children in Year 5

 Rounders for children in Year 5

 Aqua festival for children in Year 3, 4 and 5

 District sports for children in Year 3, 4 and 5

 Football league for children in Year 5

 Netball league for children in Year 5

 Football and Netball friendlies against other local school for children in Year 3 and 4

 Golden Mile, children to run a mile a day for children in Year R, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

2016-2017:

Our PE budget for 2016-2017 starts at £9,996. Most of the activities outlined above will continue, with costs in most areas reflecting previous expenditure. The key areas will continue to be: developing the range of PE activities as part of the curricular and extra-curricular programme; developing the expertise of staff to ensure that improvements are sustainable; and continuing to provide opportunities for children to take part in competitions and tournaments so that they develop an appropriate attitude towards sportsmanship.

In 2016-2017 we are also planning the following additional activities and priorities:

  •  Revisiting our aims for PE to ensure these remain consistent both with our own principles and those outlined in more recent Government and sports’ association documents
  •  Review long-term curriculum planning in PE
  •  Developing the leadership role of pupils through Active Surrey’s Sports Leaders initiative (the ‘Sports Crew’)
  •  Further opportunities for inter-school competition, including a football league and netball league
  •  Further development of links with local sports clubs

As part of our commitment to PE and sport as part of promoting a healthy lifestyle, the success of our PE and sport provision will be assessed against the following criteria:

  •  the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  •  the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  •  increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  •  broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  •  increased participation in competitive sport
  •  whole school participation in the ‘Golden Mile’