It is expected that schools will see an improvement against the following 5 key indicators:
- 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 a 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.
For the academic year 2017 – 2018, Willington Primary School will receive an estimated £17,640 in Sport Premium funding. It will be used in the following ways:
What we want to do
What we are going to do to achieve objectives
|Signs of success/impact|
When we have achieved our objective(s) we should see ....
|Linked to key indicator number|
|Increase profile of PE throughout the school.||Sports apprentice now qualified as a level 3 TA with specialism in sport.||Assessment of PE shows that all objectives are being covered.|
- Assessment shows that more able and talented pupils are suitably challenged in PE sessions.
- Pupil voice tells us that children enjoy PE and are gaining an understanding of a healthy lifestyle.
|Improve participation for underrepresented groups.||Gather participation pattern information and devise strategies to target underrepresented groups. Sports apprentice to look at non-mainstream sports/activities that may appeal to these groups.||Increased participation levels among identified groups.||1,4|
|Children to gain a greater experience and understanding of competition gameplay and rules.||Monitor participation so that a greater range of KS2 children to attend various competitions throughout the year. PE sessions to fit in to the festival calendar as much as possible.||More children involved in competitive sport. Try to increase participation with a broader range of children attending.||1,2,5|
|All children learn and improve their skills through consistently high quality PE lessons across the whole curriculum.||Second year sports apprentice employed in school 4 days a week to support PE sessions. Subject leader has the opportunity to observe PE lessons throughout the year alongside PE advisor.||Children are active in PE lessons and they are confident in what they are learning. They feel that they are learning and gaining new skills. Teachers are more confident delivering PE. Improved levels of progress within schemes of learning and through key stages.||1,2,3,4|
|Children in EYFS to develop their agility, balance and coordination, and core stability.||Sports apprentice and EYFS staff to deliver 'TOTS' programme to improve basic movement, memory, sequencing etc.||Children in EYFS have better coordination, better listening and sitting skills and better stability.||1,4|
|Enhance provision in terms of access to equipment at break / lunchtimes.||Use pupil voice to develop play equipment/activities on offer at break/lunch times.||Reduction in incidents of inappropriate behaviour as pupils engage in a range of activities.||1,4|
|Develop pupil leadership, to enable upper KS2 to lead L1 (within school) events - consider accrediting through 'Sports Leaders UK'.||Sports leader training for year 5/6 pupils. Sports apprentice to mentor and support sports leaders.||Increased confidence and engagement in sport and learning to win and lose well in a competitive context. |
Learning through defeat how to improve future performances.
Improve confidence to participate in front of audience with peers.
|Children are confident and safe in water.||Year 4 will receive swimming lessons in one week blocks throughout the autumn and spring term.||Children are confident in water and can swim at least 25 meters. Children who cannot swim 25 meters will be given extra swimming time.||1,4|
|Children understand more about healthy eating and how to prepare their own food.||- All KS2 children to be educated on how to lead a healthy and active lifestyle.|
KS2 children to learn how to prepare a variety of recipes.
-After school clubs on Tuesdays and Thursdays will focus on a healthy lifestyle through circuit training followed by making smoothies from different fruits each week.
|Children can explain what they should be eating as part of a healthy diet and are able to prepare simple meals or snacks for themselves. Children will have an awareness of the effect of exercise on the body as well as the concept of 'fitness'.||1|
|Summary of proposed expenditure for 2017/2018|
|Activity / Strategy||Cost|
|Package of support from Local Authority - PE advisor visits, festival programme, Continuous Professional Development.||£2,660|
|Promotion of sports apprentice to TA with sports specialism||£5,000|
|Sports leader training||£800|
|New equipment for sports leaders and through pupil voice findings.||£1,000|
|Table tennis equipment (match funding)||£600|
|Transport to festivals and cover for staff||£2,000|
|Total estimated spend||£14,755|