PE & School Sports Premium Funding – Chapel Break Infant School

Academic Year:

2016/17

Total fund allocated:

£8565 + £1,189.48 (under spend from last year) = £9754.40

Forecasted Total Spend: £7256

Forecasted Carried over: £2498.40

 

PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator

School Focus/ planned impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Planned Funding

Actual Funding

Evidence

Actual Impact (following review) on pupils

Sustainability/ Next steps

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

Staff up skilled and confident to deliver HQ PE sessions

Buy in REAL PE

Resources and whole school training

Includes three day follow up days for subject lead so will require cover.

£1795

plus

3 x £150 (for supply cover)

 

Total =

£2,604

(approx.)

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

Survey of staff confidence and development for teaching PE 2016/17

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Increased participation in competitive sport

Participation in Norwich School Sports Partnership (NSSP) events. Aim for all KS1 children to attend at least 2 events and EYFS at least 1.

Renewed membership to NSSP

£1479

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

- Register of children who attend events

- Individual certificates for attending events

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

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

Subject leader to attend NSSP hosted three day subject leader course

Renewed membership to NSSP

Attend Subject leader course (cover three days with supply)

Included in cost above

plus

3 x £150 (for supply cover) = £450

 

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

Session notes and hand-outs. Use to inform new curriculum mapping etc

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

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

Increased participation in competitive sport

Sport Event seen as a whole school celebration with a sense of ceremony

Plan at least one whole school event that involves all of the school either through active participation or as spectators.

£200

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

Photos, displays, videos

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

 

Develop teachers confidence with a wider range of sports/activities that further engage pupils

Purchase resources to assist teachers to deliver lessons with a focus on alternative sports and to develop interest for external events throughout the year

£400

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

Participation in Tri Golf, Mini Tennis events

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active lifestyles.

Children to participate in regular active games during playtimes

Positive impact on pupil behaviour during lunchtimes

Coaches come into school to run lunch time clubs. Following a timetable, all children will attend once every two weeks.

£2000

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

Pupil survey before and after of what they do during playtimes.

Discussions with lunch time supervisor staff

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active lifestyles.

Some of the children who have been identified as having difficulties maintaining focus in class to have Yoga sessions once a week

Qualified Yoga instructor to deliver sessions

£900

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

- Pupil Survey

- Staff survey of how those children are in class.

See ‘Impact Report’ Document

See ‘Impact Report’ Document