SPORT PREMIUM

Norbury Hall Primary School  PE and Sports Premium Report 19- 2020

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Norbury Hall Primary School  PE and Sports Premium Report 19- 20      

Evidencing the impact
of the PE and Sport Premium

Amount of Grant Received 

£19,564                                   

Amount of Grant Spent

 £19,564

Date 19-20

Updated January 2020

RAG rated progress:

·Red – needs addressing

·Amber – addressing but further improvement needed

·Green – achieving  hg consistently

 

Meeting national curriculum
requirements for swimming and water safety

 

What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could swim competently, confidently
and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left your
primary school at the end of last academic year?

100%

What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could use a range of strokes
effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke] when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?

100%

What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could perform safe self-rescue
in different water-based situations when they left your primary school at the
end of last academic year?

100%

Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport
Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?

Yes/No

 

 

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity


Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

 

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

17/18

18/19

19/20

Lunches & playtimes

· Primary
Sports Coaches leading competitive games in both playgrounds

·  Play
leaders

(Behaviour Ambassadors) organising structured
games at

· Daily Mile

· EYFS
Funky Five

 

 

 

£13,020

Primary  Sports coaches – lunchtime coaching sessions and
structured activities

 

 

 

 

· Coaches
supervising and leading games

· Play
leaders leading games

·
Structured
playtime sports for low level behaviour

· Play
leaders to run the Olympic sports challenge

· Primary
Sports running the daily mile and lunchtime games

 

 

 

 

Extra-curricular

(Breakfast & After school clubs)

·  Football Training (Team)

· Multi
sports KS1

· Multi
sports KS2

·
Dance and Drama

£650

£350 – transport

· Team
performance in matches

· Wake
and shake routines across EYFS and KS1 & KS2

· Multi
skills club for EYFS, KS1&KS2

· Develop
Team training after school club for KS2

· Consider
Basketball and or other sports as extra- curricular .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Key indicator 2: Raising the profile of PE & Whole School Improvement

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

School
focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding
allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability
and suggested next steps:

17/18

18/19

19/20

Behaviour
& Attitudes to Learning

· Whole school approach to rewarding physically active & sports achievements e.g.
assemblies

·
Maths
on the Move Y3/Y4 Intervention

·
PECs
professional Development for CT & KOH

 

Stickers,
medals and trophies £200

 

£1000

 

£3500

· Sports
achievements celebrated in assemblies

·
Improved
outcomes linking maths and active learning from Primary Sports

·
Leading
professional development in Y1 and Y4

· Pupil
concentration improved in the afternoon

·
Pupil
self-esteem improved

·
Growth
mindset skills embed through sports day and sports event.

·
Developing
planning and teaching and learning experiences in Y1 and Y4

 

 

 

 

 

Improving
Academic Achievement

· Whole
school approach to rewarding physically active & sports achievements e.g.
assemblies

 

· Celebrating
success in assemblies

·
Taking
part in wider sporting events to help boost attainment

· whole
school targets met more effectively

 

·
staff make
links across subjects & themes including PE

 

 

 

Health
& Well Being/SMSC

· Spirit of the games values

· Whole
school approach to rewarding physically active & sports achievements e.g.
assemblies

· Celebrating
success through newsletters, website & social media

·
WP
Action Planning

· Freddy
Fit – fitness Focus summer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£1000

· Spirit of the games link to growth mindset school policy

· PSHE
lessons link with healthy lifestyles

· Link to
wider curriculum design and focus on exploratory play

· school values  ethos of growth mindset are complemented by sporting values

· Healthy
lifestyle is promoted through school activities in July

·
Freddy
Fit focus July

 

 

 

 

 

Key indicator 3: High Quality Teaching

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

School
focus with clarity on intended

impact
on pupils:

Actions
to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence
and impact:

Sustainability
and suggested

next
steps:

17/18

18/19

19/20

Review
curriculum time allocation for Physical Education to ensure pupils meet
National Curriculum outcomes. (minimum 2 hours of timetabled PE required to
do this)

 Ensure
all pupils access 4×30 minute, 3 x 40 minute or 2 x 60 minute PE lessons a week.

 

· Pupil’s
consistently achieving NC outcomes

·
Lesson
observations

· Pupil
voice

· Build
up dance and gymnastic across school

Link
to PECs

 

 

 

Review
the quality of teaching & consider best way of allocating CPD from SSCo,
courses & other sources

Develop
& implement a professional learning plan for the needs of all staff

£1100.00

 SSP
(package B4)

· Staff attended relevant CPD

·
KS1 and
EYFS attended  multi skills training in Spring 2

· Lesson
observations

·
Pupil
voice

 

· Build PE coordinators knowledge to support staff in delivery of PE

 

 

 

WP
allocated time for Action Planning & review

Link
to curriculum audit and focus for curriculum design

 

 

· Possible
PH& PW lead for curriculum design 20/21

 

 

 

Review
of PE equipment to support quality delivery

See
SSP list of essential PE equipment & order accordingly

£115.00

· PE equipment
audit regularly for safety and purpose.

· Keep
updates and auditing PE equipment

 

 

 

Develop
an assessment programme for PE to monitor progress

Develop
a PE assessment program to be used across school following guidance and work
with Primary Sports

 

 

 

 

 

· Use the
assessment tool to monitor how children are meeting expectations

· PE
Coordinator to evaluate current assessment system.

 

 

 

 

Key indicator 4: Broader Range of Activities

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

School
focus with clarity on intended

impact
on pupils:

Actions
to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence
and impact:

Sustainability
and suggested

next
steps:

17/18

18/19

19/20

Review extra-curricular offer and
balance

Develop
offer to ensure each year group & gender are catered for e.g. festivals,
health & activity weeks, school challenge, family challenge, Be Inspired
Challenges, School Games

 

 

 

 

 

· Walk
to school challenge

· Regular
running club

· Healthy
eating week

·
Play
leaders

·
Etihad
trips Year5&6

· Keep
clubs ongoing

 

 

 

Review offer for SEND pupils

Develop
offer to be inclusive e.g. SSP SEND Programme

 

 

 

 

£1000

· Play
leaders

· Inclusion
in all clubs

· Forest
School

· Trained
staff in Forest School to keep running the intervention across school

· KS1 SEND children taken to sports festival

 

 

 

Target inactive pupils

Develop
intervention programmes e.g., Girls/Boys Active,

 

 

 

 

 

· Develop
girls active

· Promote
increase activity of the younger children

· Develop
boys active

 

 

 

 

Key indicator 5: Competitive Sport

·Increased participation in competitive sport

School
focus with clarity on intended
impact
on pupils:

Actions
to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence
and impact:

Sustainability
and suggested

next
steps:

17/18

18/19

19/20

Review
Games Participation including a cross section of children who represent
school

· Use SSP
Competition  Events Calendar to plan competition entries for year

· Use new
SSP booking system to enter events

· Place
table of events in staff room  encouraging members of staff/TA’s to sign up
& volunteer to support events

· Review
children who have represented school in the past) & ensure a wider range
of children get involved by choosing events to attract children who have not
taken part before

 

£20.00
Entry fee

· Higher
% of children taking part in competition

 

· More
staff members contributing to competitions programme

 

· Increase
in first time competitors – PE Passport

 Maintain
higher levels of staffing, encouraging more staff to take responsibility for
whole events so freeing up other staff to take on new events next year

 

 

 

Increase
Level 1 competitive provision

· Review
current Level 1 provision and participation rates

· Plan a
programme of Level 1 events to ensure ALL children in get the opportunity to
access at least one competition across the year

· Engage
with SSP annual school challenge

 

 

· Increased
% of children participating in Level 1 competitions

 

· PH&PW
WP to monitor level 1 competitions participation

 

 

 

Book
transport in advance to ensure no barriers to children attending competitions

· Review
SSP competitions calendar and book all transport at the beginning of the term
for events we wish to attend

 

 

£500
Transport costs to sporting events

· Higher
% of children attending SSP competitions –

· Explore
possibilities of using parent/staff car for transport

 

 

 

Leadership
to extend Extra-Curricular & Competitions Offer

· Engage
with SSP Young Ambassadors

· Train
Junior Play Leaders

 

 

 Training & Uniforms

 

· More
opportunities for the less active

· More
opportunities for Level 1 Festivals

· PH&PW
WP  to monitor events and develop more competitive opportunities across KS1

 

 

 

 30 Active Minutes Review

 

 

Monday

 

 

Tuesday

 

Wednesday

 

Thursday

 

Friday

 

Reception

 

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

 

Funky Fingers – 10 mins

 

Dough Disco 10mins

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

 

Funky Fingers – 10 mins

 

Dough Disco 10mins

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

 

Funky Fingers – 10 mins

 

Dough Disco 10mins

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

 

Funky Fingers – 10 mins

 

Dough Disco 10mins

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

 

Funky Fingers – 10 mins

Dough Disco 10mins

Golden Time

 

Year 1

 

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

Yoga and relaxation 15mins

 

Daily Mile 20mins

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

Yoga and relaxation 15mins

 

Daily Mile 20mins

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

Yoga and relaxation 15mins

 

Daily Mile 20mins

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

Yoga and relaxation 15mins

 

Daily Mile 20mins

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

Yoga and relaxation 15mins

 

Daily Mile 20mins

Golden Time

 

Year 2

 

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

 

Yoga and relaxation 15mins

 

Daily Mile 20mins

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

 

Yoga and relaxation 15mins

 

Daily Mile 20mins

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

 

Yoga and relaxation 15mins

 

Daily Mile 20mins

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

 

Yoga and relaxation 15mins

 

Daily Mile 20mins

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

 

Yoga and relaxation 15mins

 

Daily Mile 20mins

Golden Time

 

Year 3   

 

Wake up shake up – 10 mins

 

 – 10 mins

 

Daily Dash – 10 mins

 

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

Discovery

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Golden Time

 

Year 4

 

Swimming (summer)

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

Discovery

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Golden Time

 

Year 5

 

Swimming (autumn. Spring)

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

Discovery

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Golden Time

 

Year 6

 

 

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

Discovery

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Yoga and relaxation 10 mins

 

Structured games at free times

Golden Time

Evidencing impact of the PE and Sport Premium –
Events & Competitions 2019/19

 

Event

No. Participants

No. of leaders

No. staff

No. Parents/Volunteers

Event Level

Year

ABC teams

Links with clubs

 

Boys

Girls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Sports day

Whole school

 

 1

All

 n/a

18-19

18-19

 

Wood
bank park cross country

5-6

 

1

3

3

1

18-19

 

Stockport
council

Year 5&6 Etihad football
tournament

7

1

1

1

3

1

18-19

 

Manchester
city

Regular
Football tournaments

5-6

7

2

1

5

1

18-19

 

SSPS

Year
2/3 tennis coaching and inter school tournaments

30

31

1

2

n/a

1

18-19

 

Local
club link

Cricket
Tournament

10

 

2

2

n/a

1+2

18-19

 

Chance
to Shine

Bikeability

29

31

8

4

n/a

1

19-19

 

 

Netball
Tournament

3

7

5

2

5

1

18-19

 

 

SSPSA
Football League

32

15

 

2

4

 

18-19

 

 

SSPSA
Netball League

6

20

 

2

4

 

18-19

 

 

Woodbank
School’s Athletics

8

8

 

4

 

1

18-19

 

 

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