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Sport Premium Funding 2016-2017

 

At Salcombe Church of England Primary School, we believe that Physical Education and School Sport creates a sense of personal health and well being and desire for lifelong participation in physical activity. We wish to challenge each child to reach their full intellectual, creative and physical potential. It will contribute to whole school improvement, both academically and socially to assist in developing every child’s potential to be the best that they can be.

 

Aims

 

The aim of promoting PE and School Sport at Salcombe C of E Primary School is to:

 

  • Increase participation in physical activity both within and outside of curriculum time by providing a wider range of sporting activities and giving greater opportunities to engage in competitions.

  • To promote equal opportunities for everyone to make physical activities inclusive to all.

  • To develop self esteem, resilience and confidence.

  • To promote positive behaviour and raise attainment.

    What is the Sports Funding?

    Sports funding was introduced by the Government in September 2013. It was designed to help primary schools improve the quality of PE and School Sports activities they offer their pupils. The funding will continue for the 2017-2018 academic year.

    How has the money been spent?

    Salcombe Church Of England Primary School has been using the Primary PE and Sport Premium to develop high quality teaching and learning opportunities and to promote physical activity.

     

    A specialist PE Consultant has been employed to:

     

    A specialist PE Consultant has been employed to:

  1. Develop high quality teaching and learning opportunities for both children and adults to raise standards of PE and School Sport.

  • To revise the action plan created as a result of a follow-up audit of PE and School Sport provision. This has given an overview of progress made which provides a focus for development.

  • Continue with professional development provision for teachers to develop their PE teaching skills, whereby they plan, observe and work alongside the PE Consultant. Teachers agree areas of focus that include confidence, subject knowledge, lesson structure, assessment and planning for progression.

  • Review of the curriculum map created during 2016/2017 to ensure a rich a varied PE curriculum that is inclusive and accessible to all children. The map, alongside planning documents, provide progressive learning objectives and outcomes and opportunities for assessment.

  • To make teachers and children are more aware of learning objectives and outcomes which contributes to successful learning.

  • ABC(Aerobic, Balance and Core) fit programme has been introduced for Upper Key Stage 2. The exercises have been used in lessons as warm-ups and also as whole lessons. Children have been encouraged to reflect on how this programme can assist in their overall fitness and body conditioning to participate in sports eg. developing strength in gymnastics, stamina in running.

  • To oversee the ordering and maintenance of PE resources.

     

  1. To sustain and develop School Sport opportunities for all children.

  • Extra-curricular on site sports clubs have continued to be provided for all children, such as girls and boys football, cross country, netball, tag rugby, rounders and tennis, which has helped to increase participation and give more children opportunities to experience different sports.

  • Children are actively encouraged to join local community sports clubs eg. Salcombe Rugby Club, Kingfishers Swimming Club, Salcombe Rowing Club which provide further opportunities to be physically active.

  • An Intra School competition time-table has been created which aims to provide competitive opportunities for all children eg. Athletics and basketball.

  • Organisation of First Federation South Hams Hub Inter- School competitive tournaments and participation festivals eg. Rounders, Girls’ Football, Cross Country, netball tournaments and a multi-skills festival.

  • Upper Key Stage Two children have developed their leadership skills by taking responsibility organising various events e.g. sports day, Sports Council.

  • Pupil Premium pupils have been trained to lead PE activities with younger children.

  • Upper Key Stage children are responsible to be sports event reporters which are published on the school website, newsletters and School Sports display of photos in the school hall.

  • A School Sports display board is regularly updated to inform which sporting events have been taken part in.

  • Regular participation in Inter-School competitive sport has continued within the Kingsbridge Learning Community eg. netball, swimming and hockey.

  • Children have also represented the school at non-competitive Inter- School festivals that further provide opportunities for more children to participate in school sport eg. Year 2 multi- skills festivals. Year 2,3 and 4 children participated in the Kingsbridge Learning Community gymnastics and dance show which gave opportunities for aesthetic and creative performance.

  • School Sport evidence was collated in order to make an application for the Sainsburys School Games Award, with silver being achieved in 2015-2016.

  • Application for Sainsburys School Games Award 2016-2017.

     

     

     

     

     

 

Sport Premium Funding 2015-2016

 

At Salcombe Church of England Primary School, we believe that Physical Education and School Sport creates a sense of personal health and well being and desire for lifelong participation in physical activity. We wish to challenge each child to reach their full intellectual, creative and physical potential. It will contribute to whole school improvement, both academically and socially to assist in developing every child’s potential to be the best that they can be.

 

Aims

 

The aim of promoting PE and School Sport at Salcombe C of E Primary School is to:

 

  • Increase participation in physical activity both within and outside of curriculum time by providing a wider range of sporting activities and giving greater opportunities to engage in competitions.

  • To promote equal opportunities for everyone to make physical activities inclusive to all.

  • To develop self esteem, resilience and confidence.

  • To promote positive behaviour and raise attainment.

    What is the Sports Funding?

    Sports funding was introduced by the Government in September 2013. It was designed to help primary schools improve the quality of PE and School Sports activities they offer their pupils. The funding will continue for the 2016-2017 academic year.

    How has the money been spent?

    Salcombe Church Of England Primary School has been using the Primary PE and Sport Premium to develop high quality teaching and learning opportunities and to promote physical activity.

     

    A specialist PE Consultant has been employed to:

  • To develop

  • To revise the action plan created as a result of a follow-up audit of PE and School Sport provision. This has given an overview of progress made which provides a focus for development.

  • Continue with professional development provision for teachers to develop their PE teaching skills, whereby they plan, observe and work alongside the PE Consultant. Teachers agree areas of focus that include confidence, subject knowledge, lesson structure, assessment and planning for progression.

  • Review of the curriculum map created during 2014/15 to ensure a rich a varied PE curriculum that is inclusive and accessible to all children. The map, alongside planning documents, provide progressive learning objectives and outcomes and opportunities for assessment.

  • To make teachers and children are more aware of learning objectives and outcomes which contributes to successful learning.

  • To oversee the ordering and maintenance of PE resources.

  • To sustain and develop School Sport opportunities for all children.

  • Extra-curricular on site sports clubs have continued to be provided for all children, such as multi skills and multi sports clubs, tag rugby, rounders, cricket and netball which has helped to increase participation and give more children opportunities to experience different sports.

  • Organisation of First Federation Inter- School competitive tournaments and participation festivals eg. rounders, multi-skills events.

  • Upper Key Stage Two children have developed their leadership skills by taking responsibility organising various events e.g. sports day.

  • Regular participation in Inter-School competitive sport has continued eg. rounders, cricket, tag rugby, football, cricket, athletics, netball and hockey.

  • Children have also represented the school at non-competitive Inter- School festivals that further provide opportunities for more children to participate in school sport eg. multi- skills festivals.

  • Year 5 and 6 children participated a gymnastics and dance show which gave opportunities for aesthetic and creative performance as well as team games.

  • School Sport evidence was collated in order to make an application for the Sainsburys School Games Award, with bronze being achieved during 2014-15 academic year. It is the aim of the school to maintain this level of performance during the 2015-16 academic year as a result of the above evidence of participation.

  • Organisation of Sports Day as part of the intra-school timetable of competition.

 

 

 

 

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