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Sports Premium Grant

Sports Premium Funding 

Review 2015-2016

Initial identification of need through self-evaluation (including pupil and teacher conferencing, lesson observations, analysis of extra-curricular PE uptake, parental feedback).  The school received funding of £8300 for the academic year 2015-2016.  This was spent under the three key areas of Learning to Participate, Opportunities to Participate and Resources to Participate. 

Learning to Participate

 

Continuing Professional Development

 

Aim: 

Improve the quality of Teaching and Learning in PE.

£1100

Actions:

PE coordinator leads CPD within PE, in consultation with the Headteacher.  In house development includes team teaching, lesson observations and high quality feedback and INSET training, based on needs.  Links to features of all Outstanding teaching to be made explicit (i.e. the quality of Feedback).

 

External CPD ranges from teachers learning alongside specialist coaches, PE based training courses and also subject leader development in the area of school improvement in Teaching and Learning.

 

Success Criteria:

Must: All teaching of PE is judged to be at least Good. 

 

Should: All teaching of PE is judged to be at least Good with some Outstanding.

 

Could:  All teaching of PE is judged to be at least Good with much Outstanding.

 

Impact:

 

Woodchester Endowed Primary School was used as a Hub for the REAL PE curriculum CPD.  This involved a range of local schools receiving training on the premises and sharing our practice.  PE lessons observed showed that children engage well and make progress across all of the “cogs” of effective PE. This has impacted on high attainment in PE throughout the school, as shown by the most recent assessments.  This evidence supports the observed assertion that the teaching of PE is at least Good at Woodchester and in many cases better.

 

 

Opportunities to Participate

 

Enrichment of after-school PE opportunities

 

Aim:

Ensure that there are broad and responsive opportunities for learners to take part in after school PE clubs

£2072

Actions:

Conference pupils and parents to ascertain what after-school club opportunities are most desired.  Focus on children not currently taking part in current provision.  Identification of early engagement of younger pupils, to ensure interest and participation is encouraged at an early point.

Possibility of external coaches being utilised to run a specific club, or CPD to be used to train internal staff in running a new sports club. 

 

Success Criteria:

Must: 75% of pupils take part in PE based after school clubs.  Most parents and children agree that opportunities for PE engagement are broad.

 

Should: 80% of pupils take part in PE based after school clubs.  Most parents and children agree that opportunities for PE engagement are broad and personalised to them.

 

Could:  85% of pupils take part in PE based after school clubs.  Most parents and children strongly agree that opportunities for PE engagement are broad and personalised to them.

 

Impact:

 

Over time, there has been a greater variety of clubs offered by the school.  In the academic year, the following sporting clubs were provided: KS2 and KS1 football, KS2 and KS1 rugby, multi-skills, chance to shine cricket, cricket club, netball, street dance, gymnastics, athletics, rounders.  There have also been clubs run by the older children for KS1 children during break and lunchtimes.  82% of children took part in a sporting club, las year.  A very low proportion of children dropped out of clubs, following joining them. 

 

The school has taken part in a variety of competitions as part of our extra-curricular opportunities.  These have included rugby, football, netball, country dance, rounders, Prince of Wales athletics and Stroud District Sports.  For the second year running, Woodchester Endowed Primary School has been the overall winners of Stroud District Sports in both track and field (involving all small schools in the area).

 

A specialist PE teacher has provided expertise in areas of the PE curriculum that were identified as a need from teachers, this included Dance and Gymnastics.  This resulted in progress being made by children in these areas as well as CPD for teachers

 

 

Resources to Participate

 

High quality resources support provision and engagement within PE

Aim:

Ensure engagement, enjoyment and achievement, in PE and sport, is nurtured through high quality resources.

£5157

Actions:

Linking to findings from CPD and Enrichment self-assessment, highlight, source and purchase high quality equipment that will support the high quality teaching as well as breadth of opportunity within PE and sport.

 

Personalise through pupil conferencing as to what equipment, area of PE or sport equipment during play, would best support their engagement and enjoyment.  Conference teachers and use lesson observations, to highlight what equipment would have the greatest impact on the quality of Teaching and Learning.

 

Success Criteria:

Must: 75% of pupils agree that sports equipment helps them to learn and to enjoy PE in school, after school and at breaktime.

 

Should: 80% of pupils agree that sports equipment helps them to learn and to enjoy PE in school, after school and at breaktime.

 

Could: 85% of pupils agree that sports equipment helps them to learn and to enjoy PE in school, after school and at breaktime. The majority to express they felt they were listened to when decisions were made.

 

Impact:

 

The school invested in a range of sporting equipment, including an all-weather long jump track.  This enabled pupils to have access to a still larger range of sporting activities.

 

Feedback from pupils is that they feel there are plenty of opportunities to take part in PE as well as resources to help.  Children did report that they would appreciate further resources.