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PE and Sport Premium

Sports Premium

The Use and Impact of Sports Premium

What is the Sports Premium?
The Government has provided funding of £150 million per annum since 2013 to ‘provide new, substantial primary school sport funding’. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

The sport funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

Success of the Sports premium 2018/19

The Sport premium 2018/19 was used to promote and sustain sporting activities and healthy lifestyles. As a result of the work completed school was award the Gold School Games Award and the Gold Active Sunderland Award. We have raised the profile of PE and Sport across the school. We have demonstrated increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.

In the Spring Term the Governor monitoring day focused on the implementation of Real PE. They observed lessons in key stage 1 and 2 and as a result school made a decision to dsend more staff on the training in 2019/20 and puchase the online materials.  The quote below is from Mrs Johnson, a parent governor:-

"All children were engaged extremely well from the outset. It was clear that children knew the expectations and were confident to ask questions. Learning Objectives were clear and displayed and during the lesson children referred to these themselves without needing any adult support. During one of the activities in particular, children were encouraged to be part of the decision making process as they decided what movements they were going to use for rock, paper, scissors. Children were eager and motivated to take part and showed resilience if their movement wasn’t chosen this time. Mr Marsh supported well and intrinsically knew when to intervene to support learning and when to stand back. What I particularly liked at the end of the session was that Mrs Ryder encouraged a ‘growth mindset’ attitude by asking the children what they think they did well and what they could keep practicing. "

 School ensured that all children had the opportunity to take part in an after school club during the year. They also ensured that there was a catch up swimming session for children in Y6 who were still unable to swim 25m.  We were successful in girls football,cricket,football,skipping and sportability.

Mrs Ryder also introduced Super Movers to ensure that children had the opportunity to be active even during lessons where they would have been traditionally stationary.

Purpose of funding
Schools will have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

Possible uses for the funding include:

  • Hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE
  • New or additional Change4Life sport clubs
  • Paying for professional development opportunities in PE/sport
  • Providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE/sport
  • Running sport competitions, or increasing participation in the school games
  • Buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE/sport
  • Providing places for pupils on after school sport clubs and holiday clubs.

How will Hetton Lyons Primary School be spending the Sports Funding and who will benefit?
At our school, we believe that the money must be used so all children benefit regardless of sporting ability; that the most able children are given the opportunity to compete in advanced tournaments, that children who are not ‘sporty’ have the opportunity to try something different, and that staff have access to training opportunities and continued professional development.

We recognise that PE is part of a wider school ethos of healthy lifestyle choices and wellbeing. Real PE recognises this and develops children’s thinking through 5 cogs of:

  • Making good choices
  • Explain why
  • Describe how to improve
  • Analyse performance
  • Recognise and order

How will we measure the impact?
We will evaluate the impact of the Sports Premium funding as part of our normal self-evaluation and provision mapping arrangements. We will look at how well we use our Sport Premium to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sporting provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.

Measuring the impact of the activities provided with sports premium funding can be achieved in different ways. We will look at progress in PE as well as other areas of development such as self-esteem, confidence and the numbers of pupils involved in sporting activities in and out of school. Assessments are made both formally and informally using our school assessment systems as well as feedback from staff and visitors to the school. We will also evaluate the impact of professional development opportunities in improving teaching and learning in PE.

Sports Premium Funding 2019/20
The Sports Premium Funding allows us to offer the pupils at Hetton Lyons Primary School the chance to experience a variety of different sports with qualified coaches. We receive £19 630 over three terms, which is spent as follows:

Resources

Coach travel/Hire of premises/ Equipment

£1667

Farringdon Sports Partnership

CPD and coaching

£4200

School based Sports Coach

To lead school clubs, support in curriculum PE, lead Change for Life

£13763

Sports Premium allows us to  employ a dedicated PE support member of staff to ensure we maximise opportunities during curricular PE and at other times during the day. We buy into a sports partnership for staff CPD and to access opportunities we are unable to provide such a trampolining. The partnership gives us access to festivals and tournaments and through these to wider events such as Youth Games and Tyne and Wear events.

PE lessons feature a range of skills and games such as gymnastics, ball skills, tennis, dance, dodge ball, bat and ball games, athletics, net and wall games, striking and fielding games, outdoor adventurous activities and healthy lifestyles. All staff are trained in Real PE.

Mr Marsh runs multi sports clubs at lunchtime which are available for all, and sport specific clubs after school if the children wish to access them. He also leads on our Young Leader programme.

Numerous cluster events are organised by Farringdon Sports Partnership. They organise sporting tournaments or experiences for the children throughout the year.

In the last academic year children have taken part in football, rugby, cricket, tennis, netball, skipping, gymnastics, tri golf, boccea, climbing, surfing, dodge ball and sports hall athletics. Our children have been very successful at sportability events. 

We spend more on sports experiences than the funding gives us. The children have commented on the fact that they appreciate the opportunities offered to them. This backed up by comments from parents and governors who have observed PE lessons. Staff have valued the CPD, feeling more confident in developing pupils skills in various aspects of Physical Education and this will continue over future school year.

 

What is going on in school sport ?
Summer Term
Sports Awards

Every year we award children who have been our sporting stars. The award goes to the children who have shown skill in sport but have also shown an excellent sporting attitude. This year we had an award for each cog in real PE. So awards were received for demonstrating Physical, Social, Personal, Cognitive, Creative and Health and Fitness attributes.

 

Sports Day
We had a fantastic sports day. The sun shone  and parents came along to cheer us on. we took part in a series of events to challenge us. We incorporated the fundamental movement skills in every activity. We had to throw, run, skip, crawl, balance and bounce. the favourite activity was running with cups of water! After the skills challenge we took part in a running challenge.

 

The Fun Run
On Friday  all of the children took part in the annual fun run and for once the sun shone. It was lovely to see so many of the parents coming along to support the children and taking part.

Spring Term
Skipping Festival
During March, 30 Year 4 children took part in the Skipping Festival. The children showed off their skills and dance routine  they have been practising in the after school club. Lots of the children won bronze certificates and one child won a silver. The best bit of the day was learning new skills which they are showing to other children on the playground.

Infant Agility
Also during March Year 2 children took part in a Infant Agility Festival against other local schools. The children had a range of activities to score points in. Unfortunately this tournament ran over so there were no winners but all the children really enjoyed themselves. 

Autumn Term
Hockey

During November, 12 Year 3 and 4 children took part in a Hockey Festival, against other local schools. Each team of 6 played competitive matches with everyone winning at least one game. They came 2nd overall for the whole competition and should be very proud of their achievement. We may have a future hockey star at Hetton Lyons Primary School.

Football
Our football teams regularly practice their skills and this has paid off on a number of occasions.  The teams have played in a number of matches against a range of different schools. Our teams have been very successful and at times it was difficult to tell whether we were watching children or professional footballers! All members of the school teams are a credit to Hetton Lyons Primary school and show true team spirit throughout their matches.

Fantastic Girls Football
Our Girls football team were successful through out their indoor football league competing against seven different schools at Barnwell school.

Sport for all
During November, Children from Hetton Lyons Primary School took part in the Sunderland School Games Key Stage 2 Sportsability Festival. The children demonstrated their skills in a range of different activities. Many Children achieved personal bests. The children then went on to compete in the the Sportshall Athletics Parallel Challenge at Temple Park, South Shields. They were a credit to the school.

Sport Timetable 2019/20
In addition to the timetable below the children in Year 4 go swimming every week and the children in Year 6 do outdoor adventure activities in the summer term.

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