PE & Sports Premium


PE and Sport Premium 2016-17

Our PE and Sport Premium for academic year 2016-17 is £9710

Revoe Learning Academy PE Premium Forecast Expenditure 2016 to 2017

 PE and school sport is very important to us all at RLA and we pride ourselves on promoting physical activity by offering a wide range of experiences within PE lessons, during lunchtimes, after school and extra-curricular activities. Every Primary school in the country has received additional funding from the government for sport and physical education in this academic year. Within school we have an action plan outlining how we wish to use the money.

At RLA, we are spending the government funding on the following areas:

  • Training of Playground leaders (year 5 and 6 pupils) to increase the range of physical activities on offer to younger children at lunchtimes and to purchase playground equipment.
  •  Release for the PE co-coordinator for CPD and time to impact on PE across the school.
  •  Uses of PE coordinator time, to team teach PE with classroom teachers to enhance the delivery of PE and Sport.
  • Facilitate the CPD of teaching staff in gaining NGB awards to enhance delivery of curricular and extracurricular PE and sport provision.
  • A high ropes course for all year 5 children at an off school site to lead into the year 6 residential at Waterpark.
  • A contribution to enable all Year 6 children to attend residential at Waterpark.
  • Enrichment activities. PE coordinator given time to take targeted groups to places such as Beacon Fell, Brock Bottom to experience outdoor learning. Aims and objectives taken from National Trust ‘50 things to do before I am 11 and 3/4’.

 

 

Objectives

Key Action

Actions

Success Criteria

 

Evaluation

PE coordinator to attend KS2 scheme of work extra units course to purchase for use at RLA. To implement new units of work in curriculum.

To implement the new units into RLA PE curriculum

Lancashire Scheme new units to be introduced in Summer 2017.

Consistent approach to the content of PE in curriculum time.

Children achieving age related expectations in PE (%)

 

 

 

 

Emerging

Developing

Secure

Mastery

Y1

 

100% all pupils

43%

4%

Y2

 

100 all pupils

40%

5%

Y3

2%

98%

44%

3%

Y4

 

100%

49%

4%

Y5

3%

97%

45%

4%

Y6

 

100%

39%

3%

 

 

To provide CPD opportunities for members of staff in the delivery of PE. To support other members of staff with delivery of PE, using provision of PE coordinator for up-skilling. To provide CPD in the form of Coaching accreditation for Staff Members when identified from Skills questionnaires.

Cost: £6960.00

For all year groups: support teachers in providing PE curriculum. To include all aspects of the PE curriculum.

Staff wanting coaching status to find suitable recognised Course for training.

Arrangements in place October 2016 to begin rolling program to support delivery of PE by January 2017.

 

Find where support is needed, identified and addressed through staff questionnaire January 2017.

Teachers to identify the impact of the support- more confident to take lessons.

 

 

Aspect of PE rated

 

 

% increase

Enjoyment of teaching gymnastics

+20

Subject knowledge of gymnastics

+30

Confidence in teaching gymnastics

+25

Importance of PE as a lesson

+17.5

Ability to demonstrate in PE

+32.5

Ability to differentiate in PE

+35

Ability to follow Scheme of Work

+30

Ability to use Assessment for Learning

+20

 

To make PE and achievement in PE more visual and high profile within school and show links to ICT.

Display promoting PE within school in a prominent place. Displays of any competitions or festivals participated in. PE star of the week board in the hall. Use of video in PE to improve skills. Report any PE updates on RLA website.

Display board in hall and use of mobile board for PE lessons helps to re-enforce learning in PE key skills. Observations of PE sessions by PE Leaders/SLT. Promote clubs after school.

Children will be more active. Using ICT in P.E. More media coverage of PE events at RLA.

 

Increased participation in after school sports club provision.

 

Profile of PE events /achievements raised through publication on the RLA website and TV screens on site.

To support pupils in being active leaders in PE and increase participation in structured Physical Activities during lunchtimes.

Cost: £200.00

Pals Leaders to be trained in delivering Physical Activities. Set up rotation of activities at Lunch time through using Leaders with year 2 and 3.

Mrs Singleton to facilitate activities.  Pals leaders use resources at their own  discretion. Resources provided for all children if wanted to access.

Lunch times will see positive behaviour and children wanting to be active. Children are motivated.

Higher rate of participation in active games sessions (Y2&Y3).  Improved children’s attitudes towards healthy lifestyles through improving their knowledge of the importance of daily exercise.

 

Leadership & independence skills of Pals Leaders developed.

 

 

To improve intra- school sports and have Blackpool Schools Sport Partnership membership for Sports Festivals Membership.

To use effective links with MAT schools to develop and share good practice and local information.

PE coordinator to set up MAT schools links and arrange meetings where possible to share good practice and develop ideas for PE and sport. Develop links via competitions to do over and above the competitions done with Schools Partnership if needed.

Children having access to different equipment, venues and competitions.

Teamwork and social skills enhanced. 

 

Good practice shared across the MAT, enabling improved PE outcomes (see Age Related Expectations summary above).

To develop the holistic child through outdoor and adventurous activities.

£1550.00

Year 5 pupils to complete a 7 week, 1 hour high ropes course at Stanley Park. A contribution towards the residential activity for year 6 pupils at Waterpark.

Pupils to complete a unit of work on OAA within the school setting. PE coordinator to set up and organise high ropes course.

Children to access physical activity in a setting of natural beauty, and allow them an experience they would never have the opportunity without this support.

Activity

children attempted

children completed

High Ropes

57

38

Low Ropes

57

57

 

Climbing Wall

57

34

 

Gladiator Challenge

57

26

 

Crate Stack

57

57

Mole Hole

57

57

Zip Wire

57

45

 

To develop the holistic child through outdoor and adventurous activities.

Cost: £1000.00

A contribution towards the residential activity for year 6 pupils at Waterpark.

Contribution made to the cost of transporting the children to and from Waterpark.

Children to access physical activity in a setting of natural beauty, and allow them an experience they would never have the opportunity without this support.

 

Pupils have raised  motivation and engagement.  Social skills have been enhanced.

To develop the holistic child through outdoor and adventurous activities.

Focus groups of children to undertake Enrichment activities at places such as Brock Bottom, Beacon Fell and Nicky Nook.

PE coordinator to visit and risk assess all places to be visited and to work with staff from Thames Academy on setting up activities (October 2016). Program of events to be set up and delivered from November 2016- July 2017.

Children to access physical activity in a setting of natural beauty. Aims and objectives taken from National Trust ‘50 things to do before I am 11 and 3/4’.

Activities that children achieved included:

 

  • Climbing a tree
  • Skimming stones
  • Building dens
  • Finding a Geocache
  • Making a Stone Age tool/weapon
  • Solving problems

 


 

SPORTS PREMIUM EVALUATION 2015-2016

  • PLAYGROUND LEADERS: Nineteen year 5 & 6 children trained to be playground leaders, working on the year 2 & 3 yard at lunchtimes to assist in the delivery of physical activity. Some comments from the leaders, “Being a leader makes me feel I want to learn more about children.” “I have started to be more kind through being a leader”.” 
  • CHANGE 4 LIFE CLUB: Ten children identified from curriculum assessment as underachieving were invited to attend the club. Of the ten children who attended the club, three are now deemed to be working as a developing performer in all aspects of PE, which is at their age expected level. The other 7 children have improved in their fundamental skills, such as catching, underarm throwing, hopping and skipping and are much closer to working at their age expected level.
  • BREAKFAST SPORTS CLUB: An average of 29 children per day attended the RLA breakfast sports club run by RLA staff.
  • LEARNING OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM: The whole of year 5 experienced 7 weeks of outdoor & adventurous activities at the Outdoor Revolution centre at Blackpool Stanley Park. The activities developed skills such as; self confidence, teamwork, resilience and problem solving in an otherwise unfamiliar environment. 100% of the children completed the low ropes course. 90% of the children completed the high ropes course.
  • PE SCHEME OF WORK: The Lancashire Key stage 1 & 2 schemes of work have been purchased and implemented within RLA ensuring a consistent approach to PE is taken and there is a natural pathway for children to progress within PE.
  • FIT 2 GO PROGRAM: All children in year 4 took part in a 6 week Fit 2 Go program which focused on health and fitness. 100% of the children completed the course booklets. Revoe children demonstrated their knowledge of health and fitness by entering and winning the end of program competition for all schools that received the program,
  • FESTIVALS ATTENDED: RLA attended more than 25 level 2 competitions/ festivals ensuring children get to experience many different sports, both competitive and non competitive. The year 5 & 6 girls cricket team won the Blackpool Schools cricket competition and represented Blackpool in the Lancashire competition
  • WATERPARK OUTWARD BOUND RESIDENTIAL CENTRE: 36 pupils attended the residential activity centre. Sports premium helped fund the cost of transporting the children to the centre. All children completed the indoor climbing wall, canoed, sailed and kayaked on the lake. Every child also completed an orienteering course set in the centre grounds. The children that did not attend the residential trip were given the opportunity to attend a day trip to Waterpark ensuring that every year 6 child experienced this fantastic opportunity.
  • SCHOOL CLUBS: - Numerous school clubs have been delivered. These ranged from football, badminton,  tennis, athletics, cricket, netball, dance, multi-skills and change 4 life. Up to 40 children attended clubs such as football, cricket, dance and athletics and up to 12 children attended more focused clubs such as badminton, tennis and change 4 life.
  • SWIMMING: 56 year 5 pupils attended. 49 non-swimmers at the beginning of the year. 6 non-swimmers at the end of the year. 50 children passed BEGINNERS Certificate. 23 children passed LEARNERS certificate. 5 children passed INTERMEDIATE certificate. 22 children could sustain a swim over 25 metres.

 

Revoe Learning Academy PE Premium Forecast Expenditure 2015 to 2016

PE and school sport is very important to us all at RLA and we pride ourselves on promoting physical activity by offering a wide range of experiences within PE lessons, during lunchtimes, after school and extra-curricular activities. Every Primary school in the country has received additional funding from the government for sport and physical education in this academic year. Within school we have an action plan outlining how we wish to use the money.

At RLA, we are spending the government funding on the following areas:

  • Training of Playground leaders (year 5 pupils) to increase the range of physical activities on offer to younger children at lunchtimes.
  • Playground leaders uniform (Hats and tabards to set them apart from the other children).
  • Release for the PE co-coordinator for CPD and time to impact on PE across the school.
  • Increased amount of inter/intra sport festivals and competitions.
  • Specialist coaching across the school, as well as aiding the CPD of teaching staff in gaining NGB awards to enhance delivery of curricular and extracurricular provision.
  • A high ropes course for year 5 children at an off school site to lead into the year 6 residential at Waterpark.
  • A contribution to enable 34 children to attend Year 6 residential

Use of coach to upskill staff in delivery of dance( after Christmas). Afterschool clubs delivered by coach. Coach used to free up PE coordinator to develop PE and sport in RLA.

£5000

Contribution to Waterpark outdoor Ed residential for year 6 children.

£1000

Playground Leaders training/ Uniform costs

£160

Fit2Go programme for year 4 children

£2000

High ropes course for y5 during Summer term (7 weeks of 1 hour @ £775 per class)

£1550

TOTAL COST (so far):

£9710

 

Funding Allocation 14/15
1st Nov 14 5,687.50 7/12th
1st May 15 4,062.50 5/12th
TOTAL FUNDING ALLOCATION 14/15 9,750.00  

 

Expenditure 14/15
PE & Sports Coach 23,550.00 Staffing cost April 14 - August 15
PE Teacher 40,632.00 Staffing cost Sept 14 - August 15
Equipment 12 months 2,000.00 Budget
BFC Sports Offer 14/15 2,000.00 Actual spend 14/15
Sept 14 - August 15 14,214.00 Additional Swimming  (2 additional hours in total per week, increasing maximum participation from 60 children to 120 children per week)
TOTAL EXPENDITURE 14/15 82,396.00  
How it is making  a difference to the PE and Sport participation and attainment of the pupils from Y1-Y6  

Through Primary Steps Dance Programme (London Royal Ballet  School of Dancing), 4 children out of Year 3 attended the selected Dance sessions and one child from Y4 continues to attend.

 

38% of children in current Y5 achieved the age related swimming standard by Nov 14 a vast improvement on 5% in Jan 14, when the then Y4, commenced lessons.

0% of children in Y4 were at the swimming government standard in Sept 14 when lessons commenced. In July 2015, 12% achieved the Learners Certificate and all achieved the Elementary Water Safety target. With it being a two-year programme the target should rise to a minimum of 70% achieving government standard and the rest to achieve the Learners Certificate by July 2016.

 

A range of sporting clubs was on offer (KS1 and KS2) ranging from athletics, netball, cricket, gymnastics and circus skills.

This resulted in 30 bronze, 21 silver, 4 gold for Children’s University.

Youth games week was a huge success and all 120 participants were awarded a medal. An increase of 85% participation from the previous year.

 

BFC ran a Fit to go programme for Year 4, which resulted in children having a better understanding of healthy lifestyles and the benefits of sports activities. Lunchtime and after school activities involved children from KS2 and the programme developed children’s teamwork. FA skills programme identified two children to join a local football club.