“The more we expect of ourselves and one another,
the more we can achieve”
“The more we expect of ourselves and one another,
Primary Sports & PE Funding 2021 - 2022 As a legacy of the 2012 Olympic games, the government provides additional PE and Sport funding directly to schools. The PE and Sport Premium package is designed to help children get an active start to life, supporting primary schools to improve the quality of their PE and sport provision so that pupils can experience the benefits of regular exercise – from becoming healthier both mentally and physically to improved behaviour and better academic achievement. Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they have the freedom to choose how they do this. This statement outlines how we have invested our funding and the impact of our expenditure. At our school we are committed to ensuring our children understand the importance of being active, having a healthy lifestyle and enjoy sports and games activities. In 2021 – 2022 we invested the money in: Providing continuing professional development for our teaching staff by providing them the opportunity to work alongside a specialist PE teacher, developing their skills and subject knowledge Offering a broad range of extra-curricular sports clubs for which pupils can take part, inspiring interest and aptitude in a range of disciplines Ensuring high quality professional equipment was available for lessons, break times and extra-curricular clubs A new PE platform - realPE – JasmineActive to support delivery of high-quality PE which develops the whole child. Parents/carers will also be asked to sign the Home School Agreement to help re-inforce our school ethos. Our key aims are to engender the school values in all of the children. These have been discussed and agreed by the children, staff and parents, and are as follows: PE and Sport Funding 2021 – 2022 Total amount carried over from 2019/20 £10,956 Total amount allocated for 2020/21 £19,522 How much (if any) do you intend to carry over from this total fund into2021/22? £19,905 Total amount allocated for 2021/22 £19,120 Total amount of funding for 2021/22. To be spent and reported on by 31stJuly 2022 £39,025 How the money has been spent: 2021/2022 Earmarked 2022/23 Staffing – Team teaching / Cover / TLR £2300 (TT x 23) £1060 (SL cover) £3100 Purchasing of new PE platform - realPE £9900 Equipment – PE/Sport/Playground/PE kits £7716 TWKSSP Tier 3 package £2350 Extra-curricular clubs – Tennis & Netball Inclusion + Lunch clubs Boxing £1750 (KB) £575 (SG17) £1440 (OB) Total - £3765 £2100 (KB) £5250 (SG17) £1440 (OB) Total - £8790 Total £27,091 £11,890 £38,981 Impact The school measured the impact of the sports fund grant spending at the end of 2021 – 2022 through pupil interviews, evaluations completed by specialist teacher, analysis of club activities. The introduction of a team-teaching programme of support for staff was introduced from January 2022 – July 2022. Throughout working alongside our specialist PE teacher, staff were able to develop their subject knowledge and skills in teaching physical education through a coaching model of observation, team teaching, skill building and review. A wide range of skills and techniques were modelled, including lessons structures and questioning. As a result, progress in the delivery of the PE curriculum was evident. Of the 5 teachers supported, 5/5 improved PE delivery and confidence. Keeping Healthy Week provided opportunities to focus on ‘trying something different’. Children across the school had access to a number of different activities such as: Karate, Orienteering, Circuit training and Dodgeball.The week ended with intra-school competition. The evaluations of the week demonstrated engagement and enthusiasm from a significant majority of children and increased knowledge of keeping healthy across the school. The purchase of a new PE platform has been purchased ready for roll out September 2022, which will support teachers in delivery of PE lessons. Analysis of club register of extra-curricular clubs has shown the number of children being physically active has increased by 9% across the school and a 4% increase in SEND children. 33% (27/71) PP signed up for and attended clubs. Adjusted curriculum map for PE ensured wider coverage of curriculum, introducing inclusive disability sports to the map. Staff and pupil evaluations had positive reflections about the change. Purchasing of spare PE kits has seen a reduction in the number of children being physically inactive during PE lessons. Swimming What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres? N.B. Even though your pupils may swim in another year please report on their attainment on leaving primary schoolat the end of the summer term 2021. Please see note above 28%* What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]? Please see note above 55%* What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue indifferent water-based situations? 48%* Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and sport premium to provide additionalprovision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way? No * percentages of assessed children only, not whole cohort. 40 children assessed. 7 absent. Reassessed 13.07.22 Future Initiatives 2022/2023 We aim to achieve Silver Kitemark for sport. This will be evidenced using participation in all clubs and growing the success of our tournament participation Increase the number of girls at clubs – Using inspirational female role models (within assemblies) we strive to hugely increase the number of girls (KS1 and KS2) attending lunchtime and afterschool clubs.