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PE Action Plan 2020/2021
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HAGBOURNE C of E PRIMARY SCHOOL

‘Preparing each child for their future in an ever-changing world’

CARE - COURAGE - RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY

Action Plan 2020/2021 (Continuation of/addition to 2019-2020 plan following Covid-19 school closures)

PE Premium: Background and aims

PE Premium funding is ring-fenced money delegated to schools to ensure they are able to fulfil the Department for Education’s vision of all pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

The funding is provided to ensure schools achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools, securing improvement in the following areas:

1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement.

3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.

4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to pupils.

5. Increased participation in competitive sport.

PE Action Plan 2020/2021

Total delegated funding: £18,020

Swimming statutory requirement

Schools to publish % of Year 6 children who can:

1 swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

2 use a range of strokes effectively

3 perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

2021 Y6 swimming data:

1 swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres: 33%

2 use a range of strokes effectively: 33%

3 perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations: 83%

These results will be published in July 2021

July 2021 update:

Sadly, Hagbourne swimming pool did not open this year so the year 6’s have not swum. However, they will have swum in KS2 in years 3-5. We are unsure of data at this point.

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

Intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Costing:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

All pupils are active every day

Daily mile to be embedded across all classes (on non PE days).

Pupil voice and teacher survey to be completed in term 4

No cost

Survey or evidence needed to measure the impact.

Daily mile importance needs to be highlighted from September. Potential year 6/HM assembly.

More pupils across the age range, are involved in high quality sport and PE activities during the school term outside of lessons.

More opportunities for children to take part in sporting activities outside of the classroom.

Football club to continue to include younger year groups (ignite sport plus PE technician) when appropriate and safe

Provide sporting activities at lunch times through sports leadership when children can mix bubbles

Core funding for salary of PE technician

20/21Provision

Ignite Sport charges.

£1750 for football club (when Covid allows)

SYL Sports and Wellness £90 per session. Parents funded.

Ignite Sport took sessions of tennis for year 3 and 4 in term 5 and athletics for year 5 and 6 in term 6.

An afterschool athletics club for KS2 was arranged in term 6 with parents paying directly.

Footy kids taster sessions for the whole school. Club started for all ages in the summer term.

Seek opportunities for reception, year 1 and 2 - 21/22

Football and netball clubs to start if allowed in the Autumn term. Possibility of wider bubbles if some restrictions are in place.

All children can swim 25m

Additional swimming lessons in years 5 and 6 for those children who cannot yet swim 25m

Free for School Pool usage  £250 to pay for swim teacher

School pool has not been able to open this academic year due to a leak and a lack of funding. It is currently in the process of being fixed.

Work should be completed for an opening in September.

2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement.

Pupils more engaged in active play during break and lunch times

Train year 6 children to become sports leaders

PE technician to support year 6 children to lead games at lunchtimes

Actively seek sports clubs that could take place at lunch time to involve all ages of pupil

Buy equipment for the children to play with at lunch times

No charge.

£300

Unable to happen due to COVID.

Lunchtime clubs were trialled but they didn’t work with timings and organisation because of Covid. Try again when restrictions are lifted.

Footy kids afterschool is available to all years.

Sports equipment was bought for lunchtime use and was a success in the majority of year groups.

Sports leaders to be introduced next academic year when restrictions are lifted.

Order more lunchtime sports equipment. Order table tennis bats and balls in the Autumn term.

3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.

Children will be taught age appropriate skills that progress accordingly throughout the school

PE coordinator to monitor progression of skills across the school.

Technician to guide and advise teachers on how to use correct skills accordingly.

Teachers ensure plans include skills progression - PE coordinator to monitor plans.

Core funding for salary.

£8240 for PE technician shared with Partnership School

Release time for PE coordinator

Unable to happen due to COVID.

Planned for next academic year as part of strategic planning.

Children are taught good quality gymnastic lessons which build on previous learning

HM to investigate possible schemes of work to support staff with the teaching of gymnastics.

When identified, resources will be bought and staff will be shown how to use them - Val Sabin scheme to be assessed for suitability.

£100 resources and training.

New survey to staff to happen in term 1 following staff meeting (planned for Sept)

Staff meeting

Staff survey

New resources to be purchased

Children receive high quality teaching from coaches

Continue to work with Northbourne to employ our PE technician.

Seek CPD opportunities or arrange coaches where necessary to support staff and lead lessons for staff to observe.

Survey to work out which staff have skills that could be utilised to support less confident staff (particularly in the areas of football, gymnastics, frisbee, dance and basketball)

Core funding for salary.

£500 CPD

Athletics and tennis coach for years 3,4,5 and 6. Staff have observed activities which will have up-skilled them and improved their confidence levels.

Continue to seek opportunities to use coaches in the next academic year.

4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to pupils.

Pupils are offered a range of activities other than those in the NC

Continue with mindful movement opportunities and link to wellbeing for children.

All children from years 1-6 to receive yoga/ mindful movement lessons and teachers to observe.

Complete a pupil voice survey to see what other activities the children would like to do. Once established, actively seek to include some of these in either an after school club or as taster sessions. Liaise with local clubs for opportunities.

Seek and invite visitors in to school to share their sports with the children when safe to do so.

Organise Dance workshops for whole school term 3/4 or when safe to do so.

20/21 Provision £1600

Free

£600

Mindful movement took place in terms 2 and 4. Lockdown meant that it couldn’t happen in term 3. Four year groups benefited from this. This links well to the school focus on wellbeing and mindfulness as it provides the children with other ideas for how to deal with their emotions.

Dance will be a big focus next academic year.  

Pupils were asked which clubs/sports they would like to do at school. As a response to this, athletics coaches and clubs were organised.

Continue next academic year.

Dance workshops to be organised in academic year 21/22.

Another pupil voice to be completed in term 1.

 

Children to gain an understanding of outdoor activity beyond team sports - to develop a passion for the outdoors

Forest School provision/ equipment to be improved.

Continue Increased hours of forest school, make available for vulnerable groups of children as part of wellbeing and emotional support.

£500 for staff member £500 resources

Forest school sessions took place across the year, though not in the Spring term. All year groups were able to participate.

Forest school to continue next academic year. FS teacher to check equipment to see if any needs replacing.

5. Increased participation in competitive sport.

Children in years 3 and 4 to participate in a higher number of competitions

Emails forwarded to appropriate staff

Staff seek opportunities for children to become involved in sporting competitions

Liaise with other schools to see if ‘friendly matches’ can be organised

Make use of PE technician and link with Northbourne school

No cost

COVID has meant that this has been unable to happen.

When able to seek opportunities for next academic year.

Children experience and use good quality and appropriate equipment in order to achieve well in competitions

HM to list all competitions attended during the year.

Equipment needs to be checked against this list.

New equipment ordered as a result of the above.

£600

Wall bars and mats have been checked - teachers and technicians have been able to use this resource.

New mats were ordered and are being used by all classes. New football and netball equipment has been purchased.

Use survey to inform for 21/22.

2020 / 21 years Budget Plan

20/21

Costings and Income provision for 20/21

April - March 2021

Income                                           £18,020

Expenditure:

Staffing                                            £ 8,240   20/21

Yoga                                                £ 1,600    (Nov - March 21)  2020-21

Ignite Sports                                    £ 1,750    20/21

Forest School staff                          £ 1,000    20/21

Competitions/dance workshops

(these became taster days and coaching sessions)

                                                        £ 1,200    20/21

CPD / Staff training                         £ 1,500    20/21

Equipment                                      £ 1,500

Balance:                                           £ 1,230