Sport Premium 2016-17

Sport Premium Overview

At Sharrow School we believe PE & Sport plays an important role in helping children lead healthy and active lives, with the potential to change young people’s lives for the better.

We have welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to provide additional funding for 2 years to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. We are committed to using this resource in developing high quality PE lessons, alongside greater opportunities for sporting competitions and clubs for all our young people.

Sport Premium Grant

Funding for schools is calculated by the number of primary aged pupils (between the ages of 5 and 11) as at the annual census in January of each year.

Total amount of Sport Premium Grant received by Sharrow School = £9 705

‘Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this’ (DfE June 2013).

At Sharrow School we have split up the funding by the three key areas for consideration; Physical Education, Healthy Active Lifestyles and Competitive Sport.

Evaluation of spending for 2015 – 16

Physical Education – amount spent £7 960 + £520 (equipment) = £8 480

All teaching staff had the opportunity to work alongside a Gymnastics Sports Specialist to improve the quality of their Gymnastics lessons. The training was bespoke to individual members of staff, their strengths and areas for development with a focus on developing children’s core skills. Observations of their lessons indicated that the quality of teaching for Gymnastics had improved.

Healthy Active Lifestyles – amount spent £525

A series of workshops were delivered to all children in the Y2 and Y5 year groups. The topics covered included healthy eating, diet and good food choices as well as being active and leading active lives. The children looked at sugar content in foods, the importance of eating fruit and vegetables and drinking fluids. The children kept food diaries and logged their physical activity, which they compared with each other, leading to a better understanding of how to keep healthy.

Competitive School Sport – amount spent £700

Over 100 children attended additional school sports clubs, most of which had a waiting list. Feedback from lunchtime staff indicated that children were engaging in increased levels of physical activities. The enthusiasm of children to take part was demonstrated by the speed with which they returned their permission slips when letters were sent home offering new activities. As a result of their involvement many children were keen to take part in competitions and we were able to take teams to 10 competitions organised through the LINKS School Sport Partnership.

As a result of this work, the school held its first Sports Day. The children were divided into 5 different teams. Each team consisted of children from each year group. Every child took part in at least one field event and one track event. This was a very successful event which was attended by many parents/carers and friends.

The school was successful in gaining the Bronze School Games Mark.

Planned spending 2016 - 17

 

Action

Evaluation

Aim

Raise standards of all our children in Physical Education

Success Criteria: All teaching staff delivering high quality PE lessons

Led by Daisy Fisher

How will we achieve it?

Monitoring Systems

Amount of funding

Evidence to be generated

Impact of these actions

Employ Sports Specialists to work alongside teaching staff delivering a bespoke programme of CPD with a focus on games and athletics.

·         All teaching staff to take part in one session per week alongside a sports specialist

 

·         A scheme to be developed which outlines the key skills to be developed throughout school from Nursery to Y6, ensuring progression

 

·         All sessions will be planned using the above scheme

 

·         Staff must be present for the whole lesson and may be expected to lead on part /all of the lesson as pre discussed.

 

  • Time must be set aside for a debrief and planning with each member of staff

Lesson observations indicate that  staff deliver good or better PE lessons

 

Monitoring of children’s progress following staff receiving CPD shows children make good progress in development of core skills.

 

Evaluation feedback from staff following the training indicating increased confidence and ability to deliver consistently good PE lessons

£4 800

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson observations of staff delivering PE lessons

 

Feedback from staff on confidence in delivering PE lessons

 

Assessments of children’s skill development

All staff confident in delivering good or outstanding games and athletics lessons.

 

Teaching and learning is matched to lesson content and to encouraging all pupils to participate at their own level.

 

Clear progression of core skills developed by children throughout the school.

 

Pupils make good and better progress  in their core skills

 

Pupils will benefit from having new teaching ideas and techniques in lessons and in clubs at school.

Action

Evaluation

Aim

Healthy Active Lifestyles

Success Criteria: Ensure all our children have access to regular exercise

Led by Kamran Khan

How will we achieve it?

Monitoring Systems

Amount of funding

Evidence to be generated

Impact of these actions

Increase activity levels before school, at lunchtimes and after school.

A range of physical activities available before school each day in hall for children from Reception to Y6.

Lunchtime clubs available daily for children in Y2, Y3, Y4 – both targeted and open sessions. Lunchtime clubs available at least twice a week for Y5 and Y6 children.                                                         

One Sports Specialist organising physical activities in playground during lunchtime daily for children in Y2 – Y6 e.g. throwing, catching, bat and ball, games

Staff supervising at lunchtimes to set up and deliver skipping activities and encourage participation.

After school clubs run for children from Y1 – Y6 leading to participation in competitions and festivals

All children from Y2, Y3 and Y4 to take part in EIS sports day.

 

Timetable of additional activities

 

Attendance registers

 

Feedback from children taking part

 

Monitoring of participation in activities at break, lunchtimes and afterschool

 

Achievement of Silver School Games Mark

 

Sports specialists delivering additional activities – £3 700

 

Y1 and Y2 Yoga sessions = £200

 

 

Registers of children taking part to show increasing numbers participating in activities before school, lunchtime and after school

 

Observations of engagement in physical activities at lunchtime to show increasing range of activities and more children participating in activities.

 

Blog on yourschoolgames.com under Sharrow School which children update regularly about sporting events they have attended.

School sport offers a wide range of activities that cater for and appeal to all pupils. 

 

The range of activities enables pupils to utilise a range of skills and establish participation habits.

 

Pupils enjoy participation and this increases the likelihood that they will continue to take part.

 

Action

Evaluation

Aim

Competitive School Sport

Success Criteria: Increase pupils’ participation in extra-curricular sport

Led by Kamran Khan

How will we achieve it?

Monitoring Systems

Amount of funding

Evidence to be generated

Impact of these actions

 To take part  in  inter school competitive sport opportunities for pupils organised by LINKS School Sport Partnership

Attendance at interschool activities – at least one per half term

 

Achievement of Silver School Games Mark

Transport costs to competitions = £500

 

Entry fees/Links School sport partnership fee = £500

 

Calendar of competitions with LINKS School Sport Partnership

Record of competitions attended – at least one per half term

Pupils enjoy participation and this increases the likelihood that they will continue to take part.

Increased number of pupils represent the school in competitions.

Increased success in placings in competitions – e.g. qualifying for finals.

Pupils achievements are celebrated

 

 

 

Action

Evaluation

Aim

Raise standards of all our children in Physical Education

Success Criteria: All teaching staff delivering high quality PE lessons

Led by Daisy Fisher

How will we achieve it?

Monitoring Systems

Amount of funding

Evidence to be generated

Impact of these actions

Employ Sports Specialists to work alongside teaching staff delivering a bespoke programme of CPD with a focus on games and athletics.

·         All teaching staff to take part in one session per week alongside a sports specialist

 

·         A scheme to be developed which outlines the key skills to be developed throughout school from Nursery to Y6, ensuring progression

 

·         All sessions will be planned using the above scheme

 

·         Staff must be present for the whole lesson and may be expected to lead on part /all of the lesson as pre discussed.

 

  • Time must be set aside for a debrief and planning with each member of staff

Lesson observations indicate that  staff deliver good or better PE lessons

 

Monitoring of children’s progress following staff receiving CPD shows children make good progress in development of core skills.

 

Evaluation feedback from staff following the training indicating increased confidence and ability to deliver consistently good PE lessons

£4 800

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson observations of staff delivering PE lessons

 

Feedback from staff on confidence in delivering PE lessons

 

Assessments of children’s skill development

All staff confident in delivering good or outstanding games and athletics lessons.

 

Teaching and learning is matched to lesson content and to encouraging all pupils to participate at their own level.

 

Clear progression of core skills developed by children throughout the school.

 

Pupils make good and better progress  in their core skills

 

Pupils will benefit from having new teaching ideas and techniques in lessons and in clubs at school.

Action

Evaluation

Aim

Healthy Active Lifestyles

Success Criteria: Ensure all our children have access to regular exercise

Led by Kamran Khan

How will we achieve it?

Monitoring Systems

Amount of funding

Evidence to be generated

Impact of these actions

Increase activity levels before school, at lunchtimes and after school.

A range of physical activities available before school each day in hall for children from Reception to Y6.

Lunchtime clubs available daily for children in Y2, Y3, Y4 – both targeted and open sessions. Lunchtime clubs available at least twice a week for Y5 and Y6 children.                                                         

One Sports Specialist organising physical activities in playground during lunchtime daily for children in Y2 – Y6 e.g. throwing, catching, bat and ball, games

Staff supervising at lunchtimes to set up and deliver skipping activities and encourage participation.

After school clubs run for children from Y1 – Y6 leading to participation in competitions and festivals

All children from Y2, Y3 and Y4 to take part in EIS sports day.

 

 

Timetable of additional activities

 

Attendance registers

 

Feedback from children taking part

 

Monitoring of participation in activities at break, lunchtimes and afterschool

 

Achievement of Silver School Games Mark

 

 

Sports specialists delivering additional activities – £3 700

 

Y1 and Y2 Yoga sessions = £200

 

 

Registers of children taking part to show increasing numbers participating in activities before school, lunchtime and after school

 

Observations of engagement in physical activities at lunchtime to show increasing range of activities and more children participating in activities.

 

Blog on yourschoolgames.com under Sharrow School which children update regularly about sporting events they have attended.

School sport offers a wide range of activities that cater for and appeal to all pupils. 

 

The range of activities enables pupils to utilise a range of skills and establish participation habits.

 

Pupils enjoy participation and this increases the likelihood that they will continue to take part.

Action

Evaluation

Aim

Competitive School Sport

Success Criteria: Increase pupils’ participation in extra-curricular sport

Led by Kamran Khan

How will we achieve it?

Monitoring Systems

Amount of funding

Evidence to be generated

Impact of these actions

 To take part  in  inter school competitive sport opportunities for pupils organised by LINKS School Sport Partnership

Attendance at interschool activities – at least one per half term

 

Achievement of Silver School Games Mark

Transport costs to competitions = £500

 

Entry fees/Links School sport partnership fee = £500

 

Calendar of competitions with LINKS School Sport Partnership

Record of competitions attended – at least one per half term

Pupils enjoy participation and this increases the likelihood that they will continue to take part.

Increased number of pupils represent the school in competitions.

Increased success in placings in competitions – e.g. qualifying for finals.

Pupils achievements are celebrated

Sharrow School
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Sheffield
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