P.E and Sport Premium

P.E and Sports Premium 2016-2017

The year ahead…

After successfully achieving the School Games Gold mark last year we are hoping to continue to improve what Inman’s has to offer in terms of its PE and sport provision.

We are still in receipt of the Governments sports premium and this year our school is currently in receipt of £9743

We have allocated funding this year to:

  • Continue with a Full day a week of continuous professional development (CPD) where the coach teaches PE alongside the class teacher. Ensuring that the full day with the coach is focused on sports identified by staff, as areas for development
  • Offer more school clubs to encourage and increase pupil participation in school sports
  • Young sports star reward scheme, rewarding pupil participation and achievement in school sport
  • Full participation in the Holderness Sports Partnership – range of events included Cricket, Dodgeball, Football and Tri Golf
  • Introducing ‘a mile a day’ where pupils right through the school are encouraged to run, jog or skip a mile during the school day.
  • Specialist coaches designing custom sports day events
  • New sports equipment
  • Athletes breakfast club once a half term where children will research a sports star and then cook and try the types of food they might eat during a day


New for 2016/2017

  • Tag rugby inter-school competition
  • Sports results and updates on social media and in local newspapers
  • New pre and after school clubs e.g. new age curling
  • Improvement of the new self and peer assessment in-line with Curriculum 2014
  • Identifying pupils for county trials
  • Inter–school competitions in addition to competitive sports day
  • Elite sports students scheme to celebrate pupil participation
  • Athletes breakfast club half termly
  • Sports festival taster month where teachers are released to teach across the age groups a new sport
  • Working with local clubs, both amateur and professional
  • Hull KR arts awarded project
  • A and B teams entered into most sports completions to allow for even more participation and opportunity

 

Long Term Sustainability

  • Pupil participation in clubs has increased slightly over the past year we are hoping this coming year to get more girls involved in sport, specifically inter school team events
  • The CPD Increased staff confidence, knowledge when teaching across a range of sporting activities. 100% of staff agree. All PE lesson monitoring show at least good teaching. This means in the near future we will be able to move away from external coaches teaching PE and focus on clubs teaching for sport and competition
  • Intra pod events will ensure that pupils benefit from team events early on, building confidence and willingness to participate as they become older
  • The PE coordinator role is now being supported by another member of staff which not only increases capacity but also sustainability
  • PE coordination will use FLIC as a monitoring tool

 

Monitoring of Impact

Staff and pupil questionnaire to highlight any weaknesses in the PE and sport taught at Inman’s

A number of staff have been sent out on external courses in improving assessment and planning in PE, to make sure we are meeting the governments expectations in the core subject.

PE coordinator will observe PE lessons and make a full report based on teaching, outcomes and behaviour and safety to the Governing Body. Pupil progress and coverage will be monitored through FLIC.

P.E and Sports Premium – End of Year Report 2015-2016

All primary schools this year continued to receive funding to improve the provision of sports. Our school received £9698 for the academic year. Through all the activities and events planned this year, our school achieved the Gold Sports Mark

Activity Evaluation
Every week a full day CPD with sports coach Increased staff confidence, knowledge when teaching across a range of sporting activities. 100% of staff agree. All PE lesson monitoring show at least good teaching
New sports to school – orienteering Staff more confident with outdoor activities
Pre-pedal for FS2 FS2 pupils demonstrated increase in balance and confidence. Also supported development of special awareness in all pupils
Increase in extra-curricular clubs – including a badminton and Frisbee club Pupil voice reported that pupils believe there is a variety of sports that they can be involved in. Numbers in more established clubs have suffered e.g. Zumba which we are currently not running. For January 2017 clubs – placement of clubs will be a high priority
Sports Young leaders accreditation 6 pupils were accredited. The process engaged Y6 pupils over a lunchtime and provided younger pupils with peers to lead games
Participation in all South Holderness School Sports Partnership Events All year groups attended full day multi-skills event
Junior Rock Challenge 46 Y5 and Y6 pupils participated in the event. All staff and parents agree that preparing and participating in the event increased the children’s confidence, self-esteem and skill level
Core fitness Due to changes in staffing this only happened on an individual basis, especially for pupils who receive support from the OT team. It has ensured that these pupils have met individual physical targets
Sports Day designed by First Steps KS1 day was a success
More differentiation and range of activities required for KS2 for future events
FLIC for ongoing assessment Still in infancy – please see plans for next year
Peer and self-assessment card These are featuring as part of lessons
Children still need to be encouraged to use the appropriate vocabulary
Identifying pupils for County Trials 2 pupils attended football trials for the county
Inter school competition All KS2 classes participated. Gold Sports Mark achieved

Other successes

  • School cricket team reached the County final
  • Every year group participate in a cluster multi-sport event
  • School football team 2nd in the league

3 pupils were honoured at the School Sports Partnership Awards

P.E and Sports Premium 2015-2016

The year ahead…

All primary schools this year received funding to improve the provision of sports. Our school is currently in receipt of £4037.

We have allocated funding this year to:

  • Full day a week of continuous professional development (CDP) where the coach teaches PE alongside the class teacher
  • Ensuring that the full day with the coach is focused on sports identified by staff as areas for development
  • Utilising the coach for a pre after school club focusing on sports not currently taught at school
  • Specialised coach will support Young Leaders accreditation
  • Full participation in the Holderness Sports Partnership – range of events included
  • Participate in Junior Rock Challenge
  • Fitness for selected KS2 pupils (core fitness)
  • Specialist coaches designing custom sports day events

New for 2015/2016

  • New pre and after school clubs e.g. Frisbee
  • Use of FLIC for ongoing formative assessment
  • Use of the new self and peer assessment
  • Identifying pupils for county trials
  • Inter –school competitions in addition to competitive sports day (this will place the school in position to gain Gold Sportsmark).

Long Term Sustainability

  • Staff knowledge has significantly increased across a wide range of sports, ensuring that the curriculum is enriched with a range of activities
  • Pupil progress and attainment will continue to increase, including having high performing competitive teams across a range of sports
  • School will aim for Gold Sports mark annually meeting challenging participation for inter and intra competition targets.
  • Timetabling will ensure at least two hours sport with many additional opportunities
  • As a result of high pupil engagement, throughout primary pupils will remain positive participants in al PE sessions

Monitoring of Impact

We will invite parent view through the parent questionnaire. We will also build questions into the pupil questionnaire. Reports of the impact will be delivered to the governors. The in house PE specialist will observe the teachers teaching PE to measure the embedment of the work with the coach.

P.E and Sports Premium - End of Year Report 2014-2015

Impact of the funding

All primary schools this year received funding to improve the provision of sports. Our school received £9615.

Below details how we have allocated the funding:

  • Bought into a specially designed coaching and CPD package. Full day a week of coaching where the coach teaches PE alongside the class teacher
  • Ensuring that the full day with the coach is focused on sports that are not currently provided e.g. cricket and dodgeball
  • Utilising the coach for a pre, lunchtime and after school club
  • Fully participating in the Bridlington Schools Sports Partnership (SSP)
  • Running a course for young sports leaders with all the children ‘graduating’
  • Sports day organised by specialist coaches to ensure a range of sporting skills were involved in this inclusive event

Monitoring of Impact

Pupil and staff questionnaire monitor the impact of the sessions with the coach. Monitoring of the clubs is undertaken by monitoring attendance and through the parent questionnaires. We also measure school involvement in cluster leagues and sporting events

  • 100% participation in the sports day event and parent feedback very good.
  • 100% of pupils describe that their knowledge/skills/ability have increased as a result of working with the coach.
  • 100% of staff describe that their knowledge/skills/ability have increased as a result of working with the coach. Staff this year and taught alongside the coach
  • School have football, rugby, cricket, hockey, rounders, orienteering, cross country and netball teams. During the past year school has participated in the following events, with the majority within the cluster. Rock Challenge is an event for Northern schools in the first instance.
  • Cross country
  • Tri golf
  • Tag rugby
  • Team Challenge
  • Rock Challenge
  • Cluster Multiskills events
  • Orienteering

The Governors held an Enquiry walk to monitor the impact of how we allocate the premium. The full report can be found attached to this report. The Governors also monitor how the money is being spent through the School Development Plan and finance meetings.

Celebrations

  • The football team came third in the cluster league and the Rock Challenge Team came first which ensured them a place in the Northern Final where they came fourth.
  • School was awarded with the Silver Sports Mark – an improvement on the bronze last year
  • In local achievement awards, teams and individuals were nominated. The Rock challenge team came first. Individual children were honoured too for their sports
  • Out of school activities are celebrated and nominations made to SSP e.g. A particular pupil participated in a national trampoline competition
  • Self and peer assessment cards in line with age related expectations have been prepared for use this academic year

Future Plans

Further monitoring will be undertaken by the PE coordinator observing the teaching of PE in the Autumn term of 2015. More details about how the funding will be spent can be seen on the report for 2015-2016. Implementation of the self-assessment cards developed in-house.

P.E and Sports Premium 2014-2015

The year ahead…

All primary schools this year received funding to improve the provision of sports. Our school will receive £9615. Below details how we have allocated the funding:

  • Full day a week of coaching where the coach teaches PE alongside the class teacher
  • Ensuring that the full day with the coach is focused on sports that are not currently provided e.g. badminton, volleyball, tag rugby.
  • Utilising the coach for a pre, lunchtime and after school club, again focusing on sports not currently taught at school
  • Participating in the Holderness Sports Partnership – range of events included
  • Participate in Rock Challenge

New for 2014/2015

  • Young leaders’ accreditation
  • Fitness for selected KS2 pupils (core fitness)
  • Self assessment cards to be developed in line with the new curriculum
  • In house specialist PE teacher

Monitoring of Impact

  • We will invite parent view through the parent questionnaire. We will also build questions into the pupil questionnaire. Reports of the impact will be delivered to the governors. The in house PE specialist will observe the teachers teaching PE to measure the embedment of the work with the coach.
Sports Premium Enquiry Walk 2015

This year Inmans primary school received £ 13,000 in sports premium funding. This has been used in various ways to enhance the provision of sporting opportunities for our pupils. Please see funding sheet for a more detailed breakdown.

A proportion of the money was to be used for staff development and training and this element has been distributed in the following ways.

£2000 for membership to the Bridlington Sports Partnership. This provides training for our PE co ordinator each term and access to a wide range of opportunities for all our Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils. Games and competitions are held at local and county level and Inmans take part in the following activities. Football, High 5 Netball, Cross country, orienteering, rounders, swimming, dodgeball, tag rugby and the quad Kids athletics. In order to enter viable teams into these competitions staff run extra curricular clubs to train pupils and select teams from these. In the interest of inclusion all squad members play inter school games at a competitive or friendly level. As a school we have had a high level of success in many of these disciplines over the last few years.

In addition to this there are sports hall athletics competitions held for all pupils in Key Stage 2 and Sports festival for all Key Stage 1 pupils. These events provide an opportunity for the whole year group to compete against the same year groups from a wide range of primary schools. Pupils and staff talk enthusiastically about the enjoyment of these events and again some of our class teams have won through to regional competitions.

£5700 is spent on a development package from First Step Sport. This includes a coach working with our school for a day per week. They provide 3 extra curricular clubs during the day often giving pupils the opportunity to try a new sport. They also deliver a series of 6 weeks coaching sessions to 4 classes per week. Class teachers development is an integral part of the programme and teachers are trained alongside their pupils. The coach working in a team teaching situation sharing tips and skills and encouraging the member of staff to deliver different parts of the lesson as the weeks progress and by providing advice and feedback. When asked 100% of staff said that they had improved confidence and skills from this approach. They transfer the skill learnt into other PE lessons and have enjoyed up skilling in this area of teaching. Over the year each all pupils benefit directly from two coaching blocks and teachers become more skilled in two different area of PE teaching. First Step work with the school to tailor a package which meets the needs for each particular Pod.

During the enquiry walk Governors were joined by James Moore a director of First Step so they could all see at first hand the impact of this spending. The Enquiry consisted of short observations of clubs and lessons, discussions with staff and pupils, background information given by budget holders and on behalf of the PE co ordinator.

Pupils from across the school talked enthusiastically about Sports at Inmans and how we recognised success both in and out of school.

The following feedback reflects our findings:

Quality of coaching

In all the classes we observed, there was obvious respect for the coach. There were very clear instructions and expectations. In one instance time out was given quietly and was accepted without fuss or complaint. ‘123 eyes on me’ brought the class to a halt, and excellent listening was expected and observed. All instructions were clearly explained including words such as ‘agility’, to make sure the outcome was good. The classes were very well controlled and fast moving. Comparing Y3 and Y4 classes showed progression.

The children had very high and favourable opinions of the coaches, and all the children saw the benefits of being a ‘sporty and healthy’ school. Y5/Y6 felt that they could ‘rely on the coaches as they have had the training’ They felt that that the coaches were all equally as good, and everybody likes Mr Steel, ‘he makes everyone want to be sporty and does mixed ability good’.

All the children we saw taking part in sports listened to Mr Steel well. They said that they felt supported even when things went wrong, and he made everything clear. They also said that they were confident that he was a good teacher, and they enjoyed working with him.

Y3/4 and Y5/6 all felt that the coaches were in school both for the benefit of the children and the staff who could learn to deliver better sport.

Coaches had also provided extra equipment to practice for the sports hall challenge, which several of the children we spoke to had taken part in and enjoyed enormously.

It is clear from my observation of the day that sport is very important and high profile in school. The coaches and staff are enthusiastic and this clearly shines through in the engagement of the children.

Pupil Views on Sport

“We are a Sporty School” – Having spoken with pupils from years 1-6 and observed various activities (Morning Handball Club and PE lessons for Year 3 & Year 4) this is evident.

Pupils provided an extremely positive response with regards to all aspects of PE and School Sport. It is clear that being physically active is embedded within the school and that all pupils understand the benefits and also the school strategy for PE development. Most children we spoke with were involved with extra-curricular sport and had experienced inter school competitions/events.

The children demonstrated a culture of encouragement and enjoyment with regards to school sports competition; although the enthusiasm for winning was shown by more talented pupils they also demonstrated the responsibility to ensure all children enjoyed participating. This is further demonstrated by the high proportion of pupils involved in Leadership activities. As well as the schools approach to recognising achievement both in and outside of school

A possible area for development highlighted by the year 3/4 pupils was a request for equipment at playtimes to be available more often. Also a number of pupils suggested the following new activities for Sports Day;

  • Football Drills
  • Basketball
  • More Races
  • Dodgeball
  • More Cheering and encouragement

Quotes from Pupils;

“We encourage everyone to do well” Year 5
“Play Leading is a good way to get into sport” Year 6
“There is a good variety of sports in the School” Year 5
“You get to show your certificates in Assembly” Year 1
“I’m like a mini Teacher because I can help those that are not as good” Year 3

In all the classes we observed, there was obvious respect for the coach. There were very clear instructions and expectations. In one instance time out was given quietly and was accepted without fuss or complaint. ‘123 eyes on me’ brought the class to a halt, and excellent listening was expected and observed. All instructions were clearly explained including words such as ‘agility’, to make sure the outcome was good. The classes were very well controlled and fast moving. Comparing Y3 and Y4 classes showed progression.

The children had very high and favourable opinions of the coaches, and all the children saw the benefits of being a ‘sporty and healthy’ school. Y5/Y6 felt that they could ‘rely on the coaches as they have had the training’ They felt that that the coaches were all equally as good, and everybody likes Mr Steel, ‘he makes everyone want to be sporty and does mixed ability good’.

All the children we saw taking part in sports listened to Mr Steel well. They said that they felt supported even when things went wrong, and he made everything clear. They also said that they were confident that he was a good teacher, and they enjoyed working with him.

Y3/4 and Y5/6 all felt that the coaches were in school both for the benefit of the children and the staff who could learn to deliver better sport.

Coaches had also provided extra equipment to practice for the sports hall challenge, which several of the children we spoke to had taken part in and enjoyed enormously.

It is clear from my observation of the day that sport is very important and high profile in school. The coaches and staff are enthusiastic and this clearly shines through in the engagement of the children.

Staff View of Sports Premium spend

Having been involved with the Sports Walk, these are some of the observations I have made. They are, in particular, to do with the area of CPD for teaching staff at the school.

The involvement of First Step in the school seems to have been of utmost benefit. All the comments from the pupils and staff alike are that First Step has increased awareness of sports. The staff we talked to (Mr Lowe, Mrs Charlton, Mr Wharton, Miss Borrill) all gave praise to First Step. Each member of staff told how they had been personally inspired by First Step to take sports further with their children. The training they have received by being part of the teaching groups have encouraged them to take sport further in their own lives. Particular praise has gone to Mr Steel who seems to encourage pupils and staff alike. Another said that it was good that everybody participated in ‘active learning’, i.e. not sitting around a desk talking.

One particular quote was ‘First Step has definitely increased my confidence and improved my ability to deliver better coaching.’ Another one said ‘As a teacher I am getting a lot from a first-rate practitioner’. The development of a wide range of sporting skills was also evident, with one teacher saying ‘I have developed the skills in lots of areas where I wasn’t confident.’ All the teachers we talked to seemed to be committed to the development of PE in the school. They understood that involving a child in sport at this age in their lives will mean that the children will be more likely to take part in sports in later life. What one teacher learns, they share with others so that they themselves become trainers. One said ‘First Step has raised my enthusiasm for sport.’

The involvement of First Step has had a great impact not only on the pupils but also on the teaching staff. Sport and PE seem to be high on the agenda for the school and the school make it an integral part of the school life. It’s good to see that it’s not only the pupils who are benefiting from outside sports coaching, but also the teachers, which means, ultimately, that the school gains tremendously in this area.

Ways Forward

As a result of the enquiry walk there were a number of ways forward identified by members of staff, the leadership team and our astute pupils.

It was noted that a high number of pupils took part in activities outside school as well as being enthusiastic participants in lessons.

It would be beneficial to celebrate this within school by having a sports board with copied certificates and photos in school as well as acknowledgements on the school website.

It was noted that as well as the positive role model the coaches provided young leaders, playleaders and class teachers were also seen in this role. Staff enthusiasm for sport and using their particular interest to run extra curricular activities help pupils gain enthusiasm. Pupils suggested that it was through strong leadership of extra curricula clubs that helped our school achieve success. The football team are currently poised to win the league and we have cross-country and orienteering finals to compete in later in the year.

The provision of a wide range of clubs caters for many pupils interests although pupils in year 5 and 6 expressed an interest in having a gym club for more advanced skills , “ more than the basics you get in pe lessons.

During the walk we had an outside sports leaders who was very impressed by the insight of the older pupils into the participation ethos of sports at Inmans. No child is left out and all achievement acknowledged.

This is perhaps something we should include in GWA so that pupils who are not in sporting clubs can also have their achievements formally recognised,

Through out the observations tall participants noted the listening skills of the pupils, the way in which teachers and coaches used the same words( school Policy) to stop pupils and to give warning if needed. This enabled pacey lessons as the level of expected behaviour was exceptionally high. Enjoyment was an over whelming factor in all lesson and groups with huge smiles captured on everyone’s face.( even the teachers)

This Enquiry has certainly given a number of our governors an insight into the impact of the Sports award as well as pointers for us as a school to ensure that we continue to celebrate success and further develop elements of sporting achievement.

PE and Sport Premium for Primary Schools 2013 – 2014

All primary schools this year received funding to improve the provision of sports. Our school received £5904. Below details how we have allocated the funding:

  • Full day a week of coaching where the coach teaches PE alongside the class teacher
  • Ensuring that the full day with the coach is focused on sports that are not currently provided e.g. badminton, volleyball, tag rugby.
  • Utilising the coach for a pre, lunchtime and after school club, again focusing on sports not currently taught at school
  • Participating in the Bridlington Schools Sports Partnership

Monitoring of Impact
Pupil and staff questionnaire monitor the impact of the sessions with the coach. Monitoring of the clubs is undertaken by monitoring attendance and through the parent questionnaires. We also measure school involvement in cluster leagues and sporting events

  • 100% of pupils describe that their knowledge/skills/ability have increased as a result of working with the coach.
  • 100% of staff describe that their knowledge/skills/ability have increased as a result of working with the coach.
  • School have football, rugby, cricket, hockey and netball teams. So far this year school has participated in the following events, with the majority within the cluster. Rock Challenge is an event for Northern schools in the first instance.
    • Cross country
    • Tri golf
    • Tag rugby
    • Team Challenge
    • Rock Challenge
    • Cluster Multiskills events
    • Orienteering
  • Governors alsmonitor how the money is being spent through the School Development Plan.

Celebrations

  • The football team won the cluster league and the Rock Challenge Team came third which ensured them a place in the Northern Final
  • School was awarded with the Sports Mark – Bronze
  • In local achievement awards, teams and individuals were nominated
  • Other success in cluster events for the school teams

Future Plans

  • Further monitoring will be undertaken by the PE coordinator observing the teaching of PE in the Autumn term of 2014. More details about how the funding will be spent can be seen on the report for 2014-2015.
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