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PE and Sports Premium

PE and Sports Premium Funding

 2017 – 2018

For the academic year 2017 -2018, the government will provide funds directly to primary schools to support the provision of high quality PE/sport. For this academic year we expect that John Emmerson Batty Primary School will receive £17,590. Please note at the time of producing our Sport Premium 2017/18 Action Plan in Autumn 2017 term we were not aware of the final (significantly increased) sum to be allocated. Actions within this plan will be updated to include the following initiatives.

We intend to spend this money in the following way:

  • Membership of the Rye Hills Sports Partnership Programme which provided a wealth of opportunities for the children which the school could not provide in isolation (Total allocation £3499). These include:
    • Participation in a wide range of inter-school competitions at local, regional and national levels, fully managed by the partnership staff.
    • Bike ability training for children in Y3, Y4 and Y5
    • Delivery of sports leadership courses for our pupils.
    • Expert coaching for children in relation to after school clubs (e.g. girls football, netball)
    • Use of Rye Hills playing field and support from staff and play leaders for sports festival days and our annual sports day.
    • Expert advice for the planning and monitoring of current PE provision.
    • Provision of specific training support from partnership staff for specific teachers in the delivery of PE lessons.
    • Access to delivery of staff training run by the partnership.
  • Fund a specialist teacher for PE to train KS2 teachers in the effective delivery of PE lessons to KS2 pupils and run weekly after-school clubs and provide advice to other staff in school. (£4,685 Teaching Training Support – £1,625 sports club coaching = Total allocation £6,310)
  • MFC in the community Coaching Support to work with KS1 teachers to improve skills and knowledge relate to the teaching of the Curriculum. Total cost to school £2800.
  • Additional PE equipment to renew and extend PE resources to pupils. Total allocation £1700.
  • Purchase and train staff in the use of new PE and Sport Assessment Package. Total allocation £1000
  • Additional external coaching to extend the range of sporting opportunities to pupils. Total allocation £1000
  • Additional External PE and Sports Training for staff. Total allocation £600
  • Transport costs related to providing increased participation in inter-school and club sporting competitions. Total allocation £681.

Sustainability 2017/2018

By providing JEB staff with high quality coaching support from School Sport Partnership Staff, our own dedicated PE specialist teacher and MFC coaching staff we are upskilling our staff to be able to deliver high quality PE experiences long in to the future.

By investing in the sports partnership we are significantly increasing the children’s experiences of a wide range of sporting and physical activities along with their opportunity to take part in competitive and non-competitive activities.

By investing in renewed and additional PE equipment we are ensuring that current and future cohorts of pupils can benefit from high quality PE resources.

By investing in a new assessment package, we will be supporting current and future staff in relation to their ability to match learning activities to pupils’ needs.

By extending the range of after-school clubs we will be broadening the children’s experiences of a range of sporting activities.

The P.E. curriculum plan, the schemes of work and individual lesson plans are held centrally on the school’s resources section under Physical Education. These are available for staff to use in the future.

Core assessment materials, risk assessments and support material are also held here for staff to use. This resource is being added to and refined constantly.

By subsidising transport to inter-school sporting activities we will be extending the children’s opportunities to take part in competitive sport.

Outcomes from 2016-17

Last year the children in school were given a wide variety of opportunities to engage with physical activity and improve their skills in this area. All children received quality weekly PE lessons supported by class teachers, Middlesbrough Football Club and The Sports partnership. Additional training was provided to specific children from Rye Hills Staff and our own specialist PE teacher. A great number of after school clubs were run and the children engaged in an array of inter-school competitions. Here our teams achieved considerable success, but more importantly, they were given a great deal of praise from other adults regarding their outstanding attitudes to fair play and positive sporting values. Some specific outcomes can be read below (this is not an exhaustive list):

  • Year 4 teacher found support from SSP invaluable. Gave her more confidence to try things herself.
  • Nursery staff were delighted with SSP support for staff development. Staff indicated that it gave them lots of new ideas.
  • All key stage 2 children have taken part in at least one level 1 competitions through P.E. lessons – not lunchtime.
  • New year 5 NQT informed senior staff that she found support from Specialist P.E. teacher really helpful in her first year. Asked for further support for second year.
  • TA enjoyed participating in P.E. lessons immensely. She indicated that helping with assessment tasks gave her more confidence.
  • 64 (40%) parents responded to the P.E. and Sport survey
  • 59 parents (92% ) agreed or strongly agreed that the P.E. and Sport mission statement reflects what happens at J.E. Batty
  • Sports leaders delivered mission statement to whole school through assembly.
  • Sports leaders have put mission statement on sports notice board. P.E. Lessons: –
  • Year 6 – 79.99% thought tag rugby was ok or better. 73.32 % of children liked or really liked tag rugby.
  • Year 6 – 93.32% thought netball was ok or better. 66.66 % of children liked or really liked netball.
  • Year 6 – 79.99% thought gymnastics was ok or better. 43.33 % of children liked or really liked gymnastics.
  • Year 6 – 79.99% thought it was ok or better.53.33 % of children liked or really liked dance. Athletics and Sport day preparation year 6 – 83.32% thought it was ok or better. 69.99 % of children liked or really liked this activity.
  • Year 6 Children suggested that more time would benefit their lessons, although in nearly every activity children could not see room for improvement. In terms of what was good, children consistently said that lessons were fun, teamwork improved and they improved
  • Year 5 – 95.6% thought tag rugby was ok or better. 65.3 % of children liked or really liked tag rugby.
  • Year 5 – 91.3% thought netball was ok or better. 65.2 % of children liked or really liked netball.
  • Year 5 – 95.5% thought cricket was ok or better. 86.5% of children liked or really liked cricket. Year 5 – 91.3% thought it was ok or better. 69.99 % of children liked or really liked this activity.
  • 10 Children in Year 5 and 6 have asked for two hours of P.E. on the curriculum.
  • At least 80 % of KS2 Children on SEN register have taken part in level 1 and 2 competitions.
  • Children delivering lunch time leadership activities have indicated that they have enjoyed sessions and are more confident to organise events independently.
  • Children have actively taken part in School Sport Council delivering in assemblies and sharing information with other children.
  • Activities organised on at least 4 evenings a week.
  • All Upper key stage 2 children surveyed indicated that they had a positive experience in after school clubs. They requested more clubs and for clubs to run for longer.
  • One child, on the Winmarleigh trip, said she realised that she had to challenge herself more if she is going to be successful and become a solicitor.
  • One child, indicated that he didn’t realise he could do some of the things he did at Winmarleigh and felt more confident about himself. He also said he wanted to be a P.E. teacher and wanted to be just like a member of staff at the school. Children asked for more after school sports clubs
  • Level one competitions organised and delivered in Key Stage 2 P.E. lessons.
  • Year 6 Gymnastics, Dance, tag rugby and netball competitions.
  • Year 5: cricket, tag rugby and netball competitions.
  • Year 3: cricket and basketball competitions.
  • Minimum of 80% of children have taken part in at least one event. Level 2 competitions
  • 85% of children have represented the school in at least one level two event this year.
  • Level 3: at least 40 % of KS2 children have competed in a level 3 event. Cross country.

To view our PE and Sports Premium Action Plans and Outcomes please click on the links below. 

JEB Sport Premium Action Plan 2018-19

To view the school’s  SWIMMING OUTCOMES click HERE

To see the schools PE curriculum please click HERE.

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