Sport Premium

Sports and PE

At Crondall Primary School we aim to prepare all our children to be healthy and lead an active life. We achieve high standards and have high levels of attainment in a range of activities. Pupils leave Crondall Primary School with the knowledge, skills and motivation that they need to equip them for a healthy lifestyle. All our children follow a teaching programme in Outdoor Games, Gymnastics and Dance – amounting to 2 hours per week.

PE and Sport Premium Funding for Academic Year 2017-18

The funding has been provided to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools. All schools with 17 or more primary-aged pupils receive a lump sum of £16000 plus a premium of £10 per pupil.

 Funding for academic year 2017-18 was £18000.

Activity and intended impact Amount to be spent Impact
peplanning.org – purchased a new scheme of work for PE to enable teachers to further develop their skills. £129 The teaching of PE has become more cohesive. The scheme has helped non specialists to deliver lessons that ensure progress in lessons and there is progression across the primary phase within each strand on PE.
Rushmoor Continuing Professional Development PE Programme – participation in this initiative allows for three subject specific training days for PE Manager, one bespoke training session for all staff and forty places at over twenty twilight sessions covering a range of sporting topics (e.g racquet skills, cricket, gymnastics, dance, football, basketball). £500 Provided inspiration for staff and taught new ways of teaching skills. This Improved staff confidence and in turn this had a positive impact upon the quality of teaching.
Hampshire PE Conference – place for PE Leader and supply cost for school £330 Professional Development for PE Lead.
Playtime and Lunchtime equipment – increasing the amount of physical activity opportunities provided at playtimes and lunchtimes £400 Lunchtime equipment was regularly replenished and the Sports Leaders used this equipment for their activities.
Lunchtime Active Club – using an outside provider to support children in active lunchtimes. £4670 Twice a week Premier Sports are used to provide lunchtime activities. These have proved very successful with different children participating and different activities being offered at no cost to the parents. The children are therefore ready to learn after a successful lunchtime.
PE equipment – including bibs, spots, nets, balls £800 A variety of new equipment has been bought to replenish and add to our range of PE resources.
Subsidised swimming lessons – Years 3 & 4 including coach hire. £2225 We were able to stretch and extend the ability of all the children in these classes even if they had already achieved the National Curriculum standard. This enabled Year 5 and 6 with limited water confidence to also take part in lessons to develop their skills.
After School Club – subsidised clubs directly targeting children who do not already attend a club but for whom participation would make a significant difference to lifestyle. £1840 There are a variety of after school clubs in order to provide activities for the children that promote health and well-being. These clubs are available to all children.
Coaching in preparation for after school competitions – Outside coaches provided to coach teams in preparation for after school competitions in the local cluster £500 As a school we aim to participate in competitions with other schools, not only to promote our school within the wider local community but to encourage children to participate in competitive events.
Balanceability Training – Training for Year R and 1 to use balance bikes and get children cycling £720 This was enjoyed by children in Y1 so that they could improve their cycling skills.
After School Care Club – providing places at an active after school care club for those children who do not already attend a club but for whom participation would make a significant difference to lifestyle. £5886 The children who attend this club are encouraged to participate in activities that involve physical activity both indoors and outdoors.
Total spend £18000

 

The effect of this funding on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment

Children’s attainment in PE is increasing year on year and this progress is partly due to the CPD opportunities and the increased focus on PE within school.

Over 50% of our pupils engaged in at least one extracurricular sporting club in the last academic year which is an increase on the same time last year. This includes a variety of opportunities such as Judo, Netball, Football, Fencing and Rounders. Many of our pupils attend more than one after school sporting activity per week. 40% of our children participated in a new extra curricular sporting club for the first time during the last academic year.

We have continued to develop the range of sporting activities we offer at Level 1 (within school) by the use of House competitions. Last year this included Netball, Tag Rugby and Hockey. Our Year Six House Leaders and School Captains have been involved in organising these competitions and a calendar is in place for this academic year. This year we have introduced Sport Leaders who have taken part in training to create bespoke activities and games for our younger children during lunchtimes.

We have also increased our partnership with Premier Sports by using the provider to offer free lunchtime clubs to children and subsidise clubs after school.

We have competed in Level 2 competitive sports with other schools in Athletics, Rounders, Cross Country, Netball and many more. We took part in over 10 different events in the last academic year. We also entered a ‘B’ team into the local netball league this year too.

This increase in sports participation led us to gaining the Sainsbury’s School Games Silver Award in 2016-17.

Swimming

At Crondall Primary School we strive to have all our pupils leaving as competent swimmers, being able to swim at least 25m.

Year 6 (2017 – 2018) out of 24 pupils:

21 pupils able to swim at least 25m                                                    3 pupils 0 – 5m or not assessed

88% of Year 6 pupils achieved 25m or over.

 

 

 

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