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PE & Sports Premium Funding Expenditure and Impact

 

 

Background to the PE & Sports Premium Funding

The government has provided additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 and has agreed to continue to provide this funding into 2015 to 2016. The PE & Sports Premium Funding is given to schools to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - has been allocated to Primary School Headteachers.

This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools. Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

Schools will also be required to include details of their provision of PE and sport on their website, alongside details of their broader curriculum, so that parents can compare sports provision between schools, both within and beyond the school day.



 

PE and Sports Premium Funding Allocation for 2017-18

Amount Allocated: £17,810.00

 

Area for Development

Action

Anticipated impact

Monitoring and Review

Completion date

Cost

·         Develop leadership of PE coordinator

·         Attend AFPE Level 5 PE specialism

·         Outstanding subject leadership

·         Increased subject knowledge

·         Monitor effective planning and assessment

 

 

 

July 18

£900

·         Increase availability of sport clubs

·         Key Stage 1

·         Lunch time clubs, after school clubs linked to curriculum

·         Increase participation in The School Games offer

·         Introduce girls football club

·         Increased number of children attending clubs

·         KS1 increased sport clubs available

·         More competitions

·         Increased team games for girls.

 

 

 

 

July 18

£2000

·         To develop the now established Walk to School.

·         Complete a minimum of 2 half term blocks a year

·         More children walking to school

 

 

 

July 18

£0

·         Professional development of staff according to need

·         Audit staff needs for next year

·         Raise confidence of staff using wall bars in gymnastics

·         Raise confidence of the teaching of dance and gymnastics

·         Comprehensive overview of gaps in knowledge

·         Wall bars used in gymnastics in majority of KS2 lessons

·         Positive lesson observations in gymnastics or dance

 

 

 

Dec 17

£5000

·         Resourcing of PE lessons

·         According to identified need

·         Football net

·         Hockey sticks

·         Netball posts

·         Tag rugby

·         Playground markers

 

 

 

Sept 17

£1500

·         Review PE with new subject leader and external contact.

·         Meeting with SC in July 18

·         Meeting held and any areas for improvement addressed.

·         Supply costs included. 

 

 

 

July 18

£400

·         Develop a more effective system for assessing without levels

·         Training for subject leader and head teacher

·         New assessment processes in place.

 

Feb 18

£400

·         Develop an approach to recording activity levels of pupils

·         Investigate Change 4 Life programme

·         More accurate view of children’s exercise habits.

 

Feb 18

£0

·         Require facilities to operate extra-curricular clubs and competitions

·         Contact alternative indoor venues

·         Cover transport costs to venues for after school clubs and competitions during and after school

·         New facilities being used with the number of clubs increasing

·         Competitions at other venues during and after school time attended

 

July 18

£700

·         Facilitate supply costs for in house training and Level 5 course

·         Training afternoon for KS1 teachers.

·         Training afternoon for KS2 teachers.

·         Level 5 qualification- LT.

·         Consistent assessment throughout school.

·         Staff confident in ‘greater depth’ children.

·         Level 5 qualification in PE and subject leadership.

 

July 18

£1510

·         PE curriculum map

·         Possible inset day/ staff meetings.

·         Developed a new PE curriculum map.

·         Consistent across school.

 

July 18

£400

·         Playground equipment

·         Buy a range of playground equipment for children to use.

·         Children more active at play times.

 

July 18

£500

·         Staff kit for Forest School.

·         Buy a few sets of warm water proof jackets and trousers.

·         Staff/ children can still teach/ learn outside, even if raining.

 

July 18

£500

·         School football kit.

·         Invest in a new school football kit.

·         New PE kit for matches.

 

Feb 18

£500

·         Astroturf on ball park.

·         Find prices of AstroTurf.

·         Contact providers.

·         All year round, all weather facility for clubs/ training, eg, KS1 football club.

 

July 18

£3500


 

Total planned spend:   £17,810

 


 



PE and Sports Premium Funding Allocation for 2016-17

Amount Allocated: £8890.00

 

Area for Development

Action

Anticipated impact

Monitoring and review

Completion date

Cost

·         RQT new to PE subject leadership

·         Book relevant CPD to develop leadership role

·         Outstanding subject leadership

·         Increased subject knowledge

 

ACHIEVED

·         Subject leader shadowed/partnership with the DHT

·         Held termly subject leader reviews/updates/advice

·         Meeting with Steve Caldecott (Progressive PE/Ofsted inspector)

·         Had termly coaching from external providers

Jul 17

£120

·         Require facilities to operate extra-curricular clubs and competitions

·         Contact alternative indoor venues

·         Cover transport costs to venues for after school clubs (tennis) and competitions during and after school

Investigate a possible swimming club after school – NO ACCESS

 

·         New facilities used with the number of clubs increasing

·         Competitions at other venues during and after school time attended

·         Swimming club after school (transport and venue included) - No swimming club venue/ teacher available.

 

PARTIALLY ACHIEVED

·         Bolton arena used for football training

·         We have attended a number of different events at other venues including the Manchester City, Ground, Bolton Arena, Leverhulme Park

·         No availability for swimming.

 

 

Nov 16

£340

 

 

·         Increase the number of extra-curricular sports clubs through sports coaches

·         Investigate sports coaches

·         Use information from parent/pupil questionnaire to select club types

·         Investigate a fitness club provider

 

·         Increase in range of clubs running

·         Increase in number of children attending clubs

·         Plan being followed for the academic year

·         Fitness club in place

 

ACHIEVED

·         Netball, dance, gymnastics clubs have all been run successfully this year using external coaches.

·         Cross country, athletics, football, fitness clubs provided by adults in school.

·         See extended Curriculum file

·         Ongoing

·         Fitness club was a success.

 

Nov 16

£1660

 

 

 

·         Implementation of a walk to school week in school

·         Investigate and locate resources and plan for walk to school week.

·         Liaise with HF.

·         Walk to school week implemented and in place

·         Resources bought and used to support this  - HF

 

ACHIEVED

·         Will take place w/b 26th June.

·         HF purchasing resources.

·         LT, JA, HF to meet to discuss.

June 17

£200

·         Professional development of staff according to need

·         Auditing staff needs

·         Whole staff training supported Gymnastics and athletics

·         Contacted provider (Progressive PE) to arrange dates for CPD in athletics for summer term.

·         Teachers more confident within the targeted area and improvement in lesson quality/pupil  outcomes – strong progress in gymnastics, carry over to next plan.

 

PARTIALLY ACHIEVED

 

 

·         All teachers have taken part in dance, gymnastics training, Y5/6 staff rugby training- positive response from all involved.

·         All teachers have take part in athletics training.

·         New staff have taken part in OAA training.

Dec 16

£3138

 

 

·         Resourcing of PE lessons

·         Football nets

·         Rugby balls – Due to change in curriculum, we redirected this funding to purchase cricket/ rounders equipment.

·         Resources which arise from staff questionnaire. 

·         An increased range of equipment which is used in lessons to support learning.

 

ACHIEVED

·         Resources have been purchased, much better standard of equipment now in place to support learning.

Sep 16

£982

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

·         Review PE with new subject leader and external contact.

·         Meeting with SC in January to review PE. Meeting was agreed to be held at the end of the school year.

·         Meeting held and any areas for improvement addressed.

·         Supply costs included. 

 

ACHIEVED

·         Meeting planned for Monday 10th July with SC and AB- new PE coach for next academic year.

July 17

£300

·         Physical development (EYFS)

·         Developed and improved outdoor provision for EYFS.

·         Impacted on physical development

 

ACHIEVED

·         New water wall built, new sand pit, stage built, construction area.  Helps with physical development, communication and language and problem solving.

 

July 17

£1000

·         PE outdoor markers

·         Football lines, playground lines KS2 and sports day lines.

Sport’s Day lines- July 2017.

·         Clear markers

 

ACHIEVED

·         Completed much better marks on playground. Football lines disappear as grass is cut. Sports Day lines to be done July 2017.

July 17

£0

·         OAA

·         Booked OAA training for all new staff.

 

·         Outdoor learning developed and impacting on standards

 

ACHIEVED

·         LT to made contact with OAA trainers and organised training.

·         Staff now have knowledge of OAA and how it should be taught.

 

July 17

£1000

·         Staff PE kit

·         Buy staff PE kit for all new staff

·         PE kit purchased and Lostock Family ‘feel’

 

ACHIEVED

 

·         LT purchased kit

April 17

£150

 

TOTAL SPEND- £8890

           


PE and Sports Premium Funding Allocation for 2015-16

Amount Allocated: £8,839

Amount Spent To Date: £8,831.66

 

Area for Development

Action

Anticipated impact

Monitoring and Review

Completion date

Cost

·         Require facilities to operate extra-curricular clubs

·         Contact alternative indoor venues

 

·         New facilities being used with the number of clubs increasing

 

ACHIEVED

Ladybridge High School Netball/Football over winter Leverhulme Park – Football league playing fortnightly.

 

Football tournament transport to different venues (including Leverhulme Park, Macron Stadium and Clevelands school).

 

Plans to use Ladybride High School facilities next year for football club.

 

 

Nov 15

£500

 

Netball tops - £80

Transport costs to venues -  £165

Transport cost to Lever Hulme Park 18.05.16 –

£60

Transport cost to Macron Stadium 23.05.16 - £50

Transport cost to Clevelands football tournament - £50

Use of Lostock Tennis club facilities and coach £75

 

Total to date: £480

·         Increase the number of extra-curricular sports clubs through sports coaches

·         Investigate sports coaches

·         Use information from parent questionnaire to select club types

·         Increase in number of clubs running

·         Increase in number of children attending clubs

·         Plan in place for academic year

 

ACHIEVED

Sports coaches from Progressive PE have run 4 half terms of clubs.

OAA/ Fitness club/ Dance/World Games

 

Tennis club ran during two half terms with the use of Lostock Tennis club.

 

Bolton Rugby Club worked with Y5 during Summer 2.

 

Zumba club for Y3/4 Summer 2.

 

 

Water safety talks in Summer 2– Y5/Y6 (life skills week)

Nov 15

£2000

 

 

Rugby coach £50.00

Coach to run clubs Sept/Oct - £200

Nov/Dev £200

Jan/feb - £200

Zumba coach - £200

Rugby coach - £140

Life skills water safety session Y5/6 - £90

 

Total to date: £1080

·         Use of multi-media effectively within PE lessons

·         Test and purchase apps for reviewing techniques/ evaluating performance

·         Build a bank of apps to use within lessons

·         Teachers and pupils regularly using new resources within PE lesson contexts and enhanced evaluation skills of pupils evident

 

ACHIEVED

AfPE assessment highlighted good use of IPADs to support learning

 

BF purchased a selection of APPS.

APPS shared with staff on training day 5.5.16

 

 

 

Apr 16

£50

 

APPS downloaded onto ipads include:

Technique

Skitch

Coach’s eye

Team Shake

 

Total to date: £45

·         Professional development of staff according to need

·         Auditing staff need

·         Whole staff training to support the introduction of OAA

·         Contact provider (Progressive PE) to arrange dates for staff training.

·         Teachers more confident within the targeted area and improvement in lesson quality/pupil  outcomes

 

ACHIEVED

Coaching has been done in 4 out of 6 half terms.

1 lesson a week has been team taught with a coach and the class teacher (Y1-Y6)

Summer (R-6)

 

OAA CPD:

78% achieved

22%paritally achieved

0% not achieved

 

Multi-skills CPD:

83% achieved

17% partially achieved

0% not achieved

 

Dance CPD:

64% achieved

37% partially achieved

9% not achieved

 

World games CPD:

To be reviewed at the end of Summer 2.

 

AfPE assessment highlighted good use of Teacher/Coach to support learning and high quality interactions within lessons.

 

1 more session with Quaity and Innovation Company (Steve Caldecotte) to ensure leaders are on track with long term plan. 16.06.16

 

Dec 15

£4800

 

Coaches from Progressive PE

Sept/Oct - £1000

Nov/Dev £1000

Jan/feb - £1000

BF PE meeting 18.11.15

£80 Supply cover

Manchester Giants Training £150

Word games training - £1050

Review date with Steve Caldecott - £120

Supply cover for new PE lead and BF

£400

 

Total to date: £4800

 

·         Resourcing of PE lessons

·         Cricket

·         OAA

·         Indigenous games

·         Thicker gymnastics mats

·         An increased range of equipment which is used in lessons to support learning

 

PARTIALLY ACHIEVED

Cricket kit/ OAA resources and resources for clubs (Footballs/Tag Rugby belts) have been purchased.

 

Basic resources purchased – tennis balls, rugby ball etc.

 

New Gymnastics mats purchased.

 

Nov 15

£700

 

Footballs/ tag belts x2

£111.90

Cricket bag £219

Netball bibs: £18.90

OAA starter kit:

£136.40

Gym mats x 6:

£335.70

Tennis balls: £53.45

Further resources requested by staff

£254.32

Sports day medals and certificates to be purchased £117

Storage unit budget £89.99

Mapping of school by Mike Ormrod £100

Total to date:

£1436.66

 

 

·         Developing PE Assessment Without Levels

·         Staff training course for PE Subject Leader and Headteacher

·         Training complete and assessment adapted accordingly in school.

 

ACHIEVED

Attended and changes made to assessment/ PE curriculum as a result of new knowledge.

Shared with staff at staff meeting AOB

Jun 15

£120

 

Total to date: £120

·         Raise profile of Lostock Primary School at tournaments and events

·         Purchase staff PE wear to ensure Lostock are visible and professional

·         Staff will wear PE wear when out of school on tournaments and events

 

PARTIALLY ACHIEVED

 

BF met with School games organiser Nov 15

Entered Summer School games

Tennis

Football

 

Staff kit samples have arrived, order sent.

 

 

Nov 15

£650

 

Total to date: £650

 

 

 

 

·         Apply for the AFPE quality mark

·         Complete application

·         Visit from assessor

·         Award achieved and added to all school letters.

 

ACHIEVED

Successfully awarded the AfPE award for 3 years.

Actions to be added to 2016-17 plan.

Nov 15

£220

 

Total to date: £220


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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