PE & School Sports Premium Funding – Chapel Break Infant School

Academic Year:

2015/16

Total fund allocated:

£8565

Total Spend: £7,375.52

Carried over: £1,189.48

 

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

Set Your Sights to deliver HQ PE lessons with support of class teacher to help develop staff competence and confidence

£5,500

£5,610

Survey of staff confidence and development before and after Set Your Sights

Low – Staff do not feel like they have developed in their skills as a direct impact of Set Your Sights delivering PE sessions.

Look for other ways to develop staff competence and confidence in delivering HQ PE

Safe Practice

Staff to teach safe and HQ PE lessons

Buy AfPE ‘Safe Practice in PE’ book. Share with staff and use to inform subject policy

£36

£41.49

(inc. P&P)

Book bought and staff aware of safe practice

No reported incidents/accidents that have occurred through unsafe practice in PE

Revisit with staff and refresh knowledge

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

Participation in Norwich School Sports Partnership (NSSP) events

Renewed membership to NSSP

£1385.50

£1385.50

Children attending events

Year 1 children attended dance show and GORunforFun events.

Look to involve year two children initially and Reception where possible as a way to ensure involvement of all pupils

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

Up to date knowledge/

resources & support to for school

AfPE membership

£150

£150

Membership Certificate and receipt of publications and resources

Publications and resources have supported policy which drives HQ PE delivery

Renew membership in February

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

 

Increased participation in competitive sport

Participation in shows and events/ competitions

Children to attend dance show and a summer football/ Olympic themed school event.

£100

£146.53

Dance show participation

Display/photo evidence of summer event or competition

Trophies and kits for finalists to wear as part of a ‘Big Event’

Year 1 children attended dance show

Football tournament at the time of Euro 2016 completed. Display in school hall to celebrate. Final was a whole school event in which all pupils attended as players, officials or spectators. Pupils very enthusiastic to participate in a similar event 2016/17

Continue to look for more events out of school that all pupils have opportunity to attend

Plan another tournament similar to football tournament

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

All pupils to participate and be engaged in a more active sports day.

Create a new sports day format which aims to involve all children and celebrates a range of skills using a variety of events.

£100

£42

New sports day format

All pupils participated and engaged in a variety of events that required and assortment of skills.

Continue new sports day format. Consider investing in some of the resources that were borrowed from another school.