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Crowcroft Park Primary School

PE Sports Grant Report 2016-2017

Total Number of Pupils on role

          237

Total amount

£8,000.00

Amount SG received per pupil (£5 x 184)

   £920.00

Total amount of PPSG received

£8,920.00

Summary of PPSG 2016 -2017

Objectives in Spending PPSG

·         Development of role of the PE specialist/Sports Teaching Assistant in the school.

·         Ongoing Curriculum training for staff for PE scheme of work.

·         Improve sports provision/PE across the school

·         Broaden sports/PE opportunities and experiences available to pupils

·         Improve sports/PE resources in the school

·         To develop a love of sport and physical activity

 

Item

Cost

Objective

Outcome/Action

PE co-ordinator

 

To continue to  lead whole school improvement in Sport/PE and support staff CPD

Provide training and curriculum planning support to staff to progress and enhance sports activities.

Resources / equipment

£2,024

To renew and increase variety of equipment.

New sports equipment to expand different activities during before & after school activities, play times and lunchtimes.

PE Policy

 

PE Policy and PE risk assessments are accessible

Introduce monitoring and assesment of lessons and are at National Curriculum expectations.

Clear vision maintained throughout the whole school.

Maintain children’s safety.

PE Scheme of work  

Ensure the scheme of work for the curriculum that is most suitable for the needs of our children.

Update of current PE planning format:

-          Very clear lesson         objectives.

-          Assessment opportunities.

-          Differentiation and  challenge.

-          To evaluate and target for next steps.

 

Lessons will be more productive and effective.

-Provide assessment opportunities within lessons to extend the children’s learning.

- Maximise child participation within lessons.

 

Training and mentoring

 £280

Provide ongoing training to the school staff.

 

 

 

Provide training on new sports and activities.

Teachers will deliver consistent, productive and effective PE lessons.

Lessons will be observed and monitored by PE Lead.

Orienteering training for teachers and teaching assistants.

Skipping workshop for Play Leaders and Lunchtime Organisers.

Introduce Children to new sport activities.

 

 

£1,835

Continue to raise the profile of PE and sport.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Termly assemblies focussed on sports and PE.

 

Develop a PE and Sports information on school website.

Continue to Introduce children to a variety of sports; BMX racing, Archery, dancing & gymnastics.

Year 3 & 4 classes - Learn to ride bikes with Bike Right.

Raise children awareness of sport and importance it plays in their lives.

Continue making links with local sport clubs and other schools – raising awareness of what is available in or around our local area.

Celebrate children’s achievements, keeping parents and children informed of events.

Sports provision:

- Before and after school activities.

- Lunch and break times.

 £4,200

Provide more opportunities for all children to become involved in different sports and physical activities.

Revision of provision was completed and new scheme planned activities commenced for year1 to year 6; focus increase attendance for Key Stage 1 and girls.

Link in with Healthy School Agenda

 

Co-ordinate with PSHE Lead to plan Well being week.

3-7 July 2017.

Increase parents’ awareness and involvement.

Increase children’s awareness on health and wellbeing.

NHS CHAMP - Parents meeting 16 June 2017

Attendance at school’s sports day 4 July at the Velodrome.

 

Summary of future spending

·         High quality PE teaching and learning throughout the school remains a high priority. Staff training will        continue for the curriculum and scheme of work will continue and monitored.

·          Provide a balanced sport provision before, during and after school.  

·         Equipment and resources will continue to be monitored and replenished when needed.

·         Introduce competition within school and links with local schools.

·         Transport to and from sporting events.

·         Continue to introduce new sports and activities for children to extend their interest to local clubs and activities in their home area.

Crowcroft Park Primary School

PE Sports Grant Report 2015-2016

Total Number of Pupils on role

          237

Total amount

£8,000.00

Amount SG received per pupil (£5 x 184)

   £920.00

Total amount of PPSG received

£8,920.00

Summary of PPSG 2015 -2016

Objectives in Spending PPSG

·         Continue the Development of role of the PE specialist in the school.

·         Curriculum training for staff introducing the new scheme of work.

·         Improve sports provision/PE across the school

·         Broaden sports/PE opportunities and experiences available to pupils

·         Improve sports/PE resources in the school

·         To develop a love of sport and physical activity

 

Item

Cost

Objective

Outcome/Action

PE co-ordinator

 

To continue to  lead whole school improvement in Sport/PE and support staff CPD

Provide training and curriculum planning support to staff to progress and enhance sports activities.

Resources / equipment

£2,571

To renew and increase variety of equipment.

New sports equipment to expand different activities during before & after school activities, play times and lunchtimes.

New PE Policy

 

Introduce new PE Policy and PE risk assessments are accessible

Update teacher knowledge of new national curriculum expectation.

Clear vision maintained throughout the whole school.

Maintain children’s safety.

PE Scheme of work  

£767

Introduce new scheme of work for the curriculum that is most suitable for the needs of our children.

Update of current PE planning format:

-          Very clear lesson         objectives.

-          Assessment opportunities.

-          Differentiation and  challenge.

-          To evaluate and target for  next steps.

 

Lessons will be more productive and effective.

-Provide assessment opportunities within lessons to extend the children’s learning.

- Maximise child participation within lessons.

 

Training and mentoring

 

Provide training to the school staff on new scheme of works.

 

 

 

Provide training on new sports and activities.

Teachers will deliver consistent, productive and effective PE lessons.

Lessons will be observed and monitored by PE Lead.

PE lead modelled good/outstanding gymnastic lessons to teachers.

Dance training for teachers.

Introduce Children to new sport activities.

 

 

£2,490

Continue to raise the profile of PE and sport.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Termly assemblies focussed on sports and PE.

 

Develop a PE and Sports information on school website.

Continue to Introduce children to a variety of sports; BMX racing, Archery, dancing & gymnastics.

Continue making links with local sport clubs – raising awareness of what is available in or around our local area.

 

Raise children awareness of sport and importance it plays in their lives.

Celebrate children’s achievements, keeping parents and children informed of events.

Sports provision:

- Before and after school activities.

- Lunch and break times.

 

Provide more opportunities for all children to become involved in different sports and physical activities.

Audit of provision was completed and new scheme planned activities commenced for year 2 to year 6.

Link in with Healthy School Agenda

 

Co-ordinate with PSHE Lead to plan Well being week. 18 to 22 May 2015

Increase children’s awareness on health and wellbeing.

 

Summary of future spending

·         High quality PE teaching and learning throughout the school remains a high priority. Staff training will continue for the curriculum and scheme of work will continue and monitored.

·          Provide a balanced sport provision before, during and after school.  

·         Equipment and resources will continue to be monitored and replenished when needed.

·         Introduce competition within school and links with local schools.

·         Transport to and from sporting events.

·         Continue to introduce new sports and activities for children to extend their interest to local clubs and activities in their home area.

 

PE Sports Grant Report  2013-2014

Total number of pupils on role

           242

Total amount

  £8000.00

Amount SG received per pupil  £5 x 191

    £955.00

Total amount of PPSG received

  £8955.00

Summary of PPSG  2013-2014

Objectives in spending PPSG

  • Develop the role of a PE Specialist in the school
  • Curriculum training for staff introducing the new scheme of work
  • Improve sports provision/ PE across the school
  • Broaden sports/PE opportunities and experiences available to pupils
  • Improve sports/PE resources in the school
  • To develop a love of sport and physical activity

Item

Cost

Objective

Outcome/ Action

PE Co-ordinator

 £310

To lead whole school improvement in PE/Sport and support staff CPD

Provide training and curriculum planning support staff to progress and enhance sports activities

Resources/ equipment

£1821

To renew and increase a variety of equipment

An audit of all sports equipment was carried out in Oct/Nov 2013. Supplies were replenished and updated.

Training

 £300

To improve teacher and support staff knowledge in PE and sports curriculum.

Courses to improve teacher subject knowlege. Curriculum training will be provided to all staff when introducing the new scheme of work.

New PE policy/ scheme of work

Not purchased yet

Currently evaluating different schemes of work available to identify a scheme most suitable for the needs of our children.

Introduce children to new sport activities

£2010

Raise the profile of PE & sport

Introduce children to a variety of sports: BMX racing, Archery, Fencing. Making links with local sport clubs - raising awareness of what is available in or around our local area.

ss Summary of future spending

  • High quality PE teaching and learning throughout the school remains a high priority.  Money will     be used for training the staff about the new curriculum and implementing the new scheme of work.
  • Provide a balanced sport provision before, during and after school.
  • Equipment and resources will continue to be monitored and replenished when needed.
  • Introduce competition within school and links with local schools.
  • Transport to and from sporting events.