The Government has provided additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years academic years up until and including 19/20 to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding in order to improve the provision of physical education and sport in primary schools. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to schools to be spent on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. All state-maintained schools, academies, middle schools, special schools and pupil referral units which have primary aged pupils will receive the funding.
This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision for PE and sport in schools. The school will be held accountable for how we have used the additional funding to support pupils progress and participation in PE and school sport. We are required to publish on-line information about how we have used the additional funding, including details about our sporting provision alongside curriculum details. This will ensure that Parents/Carers and others are made fully aware of the PE and sporting provision at Blackboys CE School.
How will we be spending the Sports Premium funding
We believe in a building a healthy outlook within the delivery and practice of sport and physical activity. Through sport and Physical Education we encourage a positive outlook towards competition, team work and a healthy lifestyle.
We actively encourage collaboration and partnership working, to make the best use of resources, and enhance PE and sport provision in order to raise participation and achievement for all pupils.
Miss Stevens is currently undertaking an updated PE and School Sport audit and has developed our Sports Premium plan to raise standards and participation levels in PE throughout the school. Following completion of this audit our rationale for the use of Sports Premium funding, is as outlined below:
- Inclusive ethos of PE and sport regardless of sporting ability.
- Gifted and Talented pupils are able to showcase their ability in sporting competitions with other schools and teams.
- Staff have access to training opportunities and continued professional development.
- No child will be excluded from any sporting activities regardless of financial background.
- To ensure that as a school we make effective use of collaborative and partnership working.
With this rationale in mind, and following government guidelines on expenditure, our plans for the use of the Sports Premium funding include:
- Continued membership of the Uckfield Primary Link School Sport, working with UCTC staff.
- Continued working relationships as part of the Ringmer Schools Alliance.
- Opportunities for all children, especially children in Key Stage 1, to participate in extra-curricular sporting clubs being run by outside specialist providers.
- Increasing the amount of competitive sport that children can participate in both externally and internally.
- Subsidising offsite swimming in order to ensure all Key Stage 2 children receive quality swimming lessons, overseen by a fully qualified swimming coach.
- Employing qualified sports coaches to work alongside staff for short PE modules i.e. multi skills and football and dance.
- Encouraging pupils to join out off site sports clubs out of school time.
- Developing opportunities for children to take the lead in inter-house sporting competitions.
- Purchasing of sports equipment to be specifically used during break and lunch time, to enhance a love of being active.
We will evaluate the impact of the Sports Premium funding each year as part of our whole school self-evaluation and provision mapping arrangements.
We will assess how well we use our Sport Premium funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sporting provision. We will measure participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and to endeavor to be the best that they can be.
As well as measuring progress in PE, we will also look at children’s Personal, Social and Emotional development enhanced by the effective use of provision. We will conduct a sports provision survey to highlight pupil voice and engagement in sport in our school. We will compare with previous years surveys to measure the impact. We will also evaluate the impact of professional development opportunities in improving teaching and learning in PE.
Summary of impact of Sport Premium in 2015/2016
- There has been an increased positive attitude from many children in active participation in both lunchtime and after school clubs.
- There has been an increase in available clubs to a wider range of age groups.
- There is a continued range of competitive sporting events available alongside our Partnership and Alliance schools.
- More children able to participate fully in PE lessons due to a wider and new variety of equipment readily available to use.
- Improved confidence from teachers for delivering effective PE lessons due to ‘team teaching’ alongside specialist providers.
Pupil Voice 2015-2016
We gave our pupils the opportunity for a ‘pupil voice’ to tell us about their feelings and opinions around our PE provision.
Class 1 (Reception/Year 1)
Girl aged 5: ‘I like PE at school, it makes me happy and it makes me stronger.’
Girl aged 4: ‘I love PE because Doctor, Doctor is really fun. We move all the time!’
Boy aged 6: ‘PE is fun because it’s giving me lots of energy. My PE skills are getting better.
Class 2 (Year 1/Year 2)
Boy aged 7: ‘I love PE with Mark and Zara. I like that we go outside. They help us with our skills.’
Girl aged 6: ‘I love the games we play because it improves our skills for PE. We celebrate PE at school in assemblies.’
Boy aged 6: ‘It’s fun because we always get better and we always keep moving’.
Class 3 (Year 3/Year 4)
Boy aged 8: ‘I enjoy sports and we try different things each week. PE helps me with partner work.’
Girl aged 8: ‘It’s fun because you get to do lots of sports. There is always something different to do. We have lots of sports clubs.’
Boy aged 9: ‘PE is so much fun because the teachers teach us new sports. The school challenges me to get better at PE and Sport.’
Class 4 (Year 5/Year 6)
Girl aged 11: ‘I like the warm ups because they are active, especially with Mark Potter and Zara. PE is definitely improving and becoming more challenging as you move on. We have lots of clubs.’
Boy aged 10: ‘I like PE, we do a variety of sports. We can try lots of different things. I get challenged by going to competitions and tournaments. We have lots of clubs now.’
Boy aged 11: ‘We have lots of good sporting clubs; which I enjoy. We have lots of events that we can represent the school at. We could improve PE by going outside more; it doesn’t matter if it rains!
PE and Sport Grant 2015-2016
|Continued sport alliance with UCTC.||£708||To ensure competitive sport plays an important role in our pupils’ everyday school life enriching the student experience and improving the school ethos. Ensuring that there is a well-structured and supported competitive sports programme that provides opportunities for all students to participate in.||Blackboys has taken part in many inter school sports competitions. On average there is a competitive tournament at least once a week. There is a high number of pupil involvement and the children really enjoy this.
KS2- Tom: ‘I like the fact we get to go and compete in tournaments with all of our friends. We get to compete against other schools and meet new people. We celebrate the competitions in assembly, which I like.’
KS2- Harrison: ‘I like the fact we get to compete a lot and that we get to meet other people from other schools. I like that whatever happens we get a certificate and we get congratulated. I like representing Blackboys School’.
KS1- Ellie: ‘I loved going to the multi-skills because there was loads of activities to do. I liked making new friends. I liked being there for Blackboys School. I enjoyed the hoop game!’
KS2- Jasmine: ‘I like seeing other schools and seeing what we can improve on. I feel that the school celebrates our achievements. There is lots of sporting opportunities that help me to improve’
|Outside PE display board||£164.00||To raise the profile of PE in school by showcasing PE talents, highlighting competitions that the children have attended. There is also a place where parents can have a look at dates and times.||Since displaying the board the children have a better knowledge about what is happening in PE around the school. The children thoroughly enjoy being star of the week and always congratulate one another on the wins for the week. Parents are also consistently informed of competitions.
Seb ‘I regularly look at the board, I like to know who is getting better at PE and who supports our school. It’s nice to know we received Silver!’
Sam: ‘I look at the board regularly; I look who is star of the week and what place people came in the tournaments. It’s nice to keep up to date and on track!’
Logan: Looking at the board makes me happy. Especially to see who is star of the week. Even if they’re not someone I know well, I will always cheer for them.
|To encourage more participation from the children in both key stages the sports crew wanted the children to win prizes. The sports crew also needed tshirts to show their importance.
|The sports crew are very self-sufficient and we have a bigger uptake of children taking part in competitions that sports crew run.|
|To provide CPD for staff to improve the quality of Teaching and Learning in PE, athletics and multiskills. Provision of extension and opportunities by quality assured coach to add and compliment the extra-curricular provision. PE Gym, Alliance Training.
|£5,755.00||The areas identified as requiring improvement, relate to teachers’ limited subject knowledge and use of assessment which led to superficial planning and insufficient challenge, particularly for the more able pupils. High quality lessons will foster motivation and engagement. It is the foundation for developing healthy lifestyles. Additional coaching delivered by a professional specialist to compliment curriculum provision. This also provided extended club links to ensure pupils can continue to participate in areas of interest and expertise.||Advice and resources made available to individuals and the whole school through teachers working alongside and observing coach. Introduction of a specialised dance and gym coach was proven successful.
|Whole school multi-skills lunchtime/after school clubs||Part of cost above.||This was purchased due to lack of available KS1 and lower KS2 clubs and lack of opportunity to extend the skills of those gifted and talented in this area.||Opportunity for KS1 and lower KS2 children to showcase their talents, extend their skills and participate in enjoyable sporting clubs. Participation rates were 100% with 20 pupils from Years 1-4 taking part weekly.|
|Ringo-ing for Class 1 trip||£70.79||A prime area in the EYFS curriculum is physical development so as a valuable contribution to the topic and to the curriculum the children went on an active school trip that involved ringo-ing.||The ringo-ing was very physical, the children had to move and climb big hills whilst carrying huge rubber ring style seats. The children were extremely happy afterwards.|
|PE resources||£17.78||Dodgeballs||To allow children to take part in an after school club, more equipment was needed to be bought.|
|SURPLUS FROM 14/15||£406.97|
|TOTAL SPEND 15/16:||£6,560|
|PE GRANT RECEIVED||£8,851.97|
|TO ROLL OVER TO 16/17||£2,291.74|