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Sports Premium Funding 2016/17

The school grant is £3419 (Apr-Aug) + £4831 (estimated Sep16- Mar17)

Aims for 2016-2017

To further develop pupil leadership in sport (Young Leaders Award Scheme)

To support the children who do not like physical activity to be more active and improve their attitude to PE lessons.

To get less able children involved in competitions by sending teams to all competitions

To build teachers confidence in teaching skills associated with particular team games

To build resilience in all children

 Maintain Gold Sainsbury Schools Games Mark in 2017

 How will we achieve this?

Employ specialist PE teacher (0.1 FTE) in collaboration with other schools in our mini-cluster £4,297 supporting  teachers, HAPs and LAPs within lessons

SLA in collaboration with mini-cluster and SGO £1000

Transport to competitive games and events around the rural area and wider £1440

Invite clubs and organisations (eg Sports for Champions) to run events for school £500

CPD for all staff (£1000) ensuring good practise is embedded in school and is sustainable

 Impact of Sport Funding 2016-2017

The PE specialist has continued to work alongside staff and work with individual groups of children within lessons identifying those requiring extra ‘input’ and giving when required – using different equipment slightly altering the task to engage pupils in the activity improve enthusiasm, engagement and attitude.

 This approach has been extremely successful – learning behaviour in lessons when observed by senior management shows noticeable improvement – Children’s own feedback from Sport survey about engagement in PE lessons and sport is positive. They are positive about and enthusiastic about attending competitions s they understand the rules and expectations as these have been clearly explains to them through the extra input given/ provided by the extra support by having the PE specialist and class teacher present.

Overall there has been an increase in the amount of children attending extra curricular clubs in KS2 (86%) with gymnastics especially increasing – Pupils at Alanbrooke continue to enjoy a variety of activities from running and gymnastics to karate and participating in Mini Mudder events!

By using the PE Assessment ladders scheme introduced last year by the PE specialist, staff had had a full year working alongside the PE specialist to develop a robust system to track and develop quality of movement with the children – They are demanding quality skills and expectations of the children are high – this has is something the children are also expected to set for themselves – they have learned to set a target and aim high to achieve it – this has built resilience

For the first time this year the children represented Hambleton Area at the North Yorkshire School Games for the Quad Kids Athletics and achieved a Bronze Award in the small schools category.– A true testament to the hard work they hard work they had put in to developing good technique and training hard.

 

The school retained in Sainsbury’s School Games Gold Kite Mark this Year with 43% of pupils taking on leadership roles within sporting activity.

 

Aims for 2017-18

  • Improve the basic knowledge of teaching Games skills to specific staff to improve the consistency of Games teaching across school.

  • To work with the lower ability target groups to increase their skills and knowledge.

  • Develop a festival to celebrate the achievements of the middle ability children.

  • Develop a programme of events for the most able children across our school and collaborate with other local schools to enhance skills.

Further plans will be finalised In Autumn term with details of utilising the extra Government funding.

 

Sports Premium Funding 2015/16

The school grant is £8,250 for 2015/16.

Aims for this year.

To improve children’s fitness with a particular focus on the core strength and stamina.

To increase the confidence of NQT in teaching PE

To improve differentiation for Net and Wall Games

To develop children’s leadership in sport.

To develop the assessment of PE curriculum (school specific)

To continue to develop stronger links with local sports clubs and signpost pupils

Maintain Gold Schools Games Mark in 2016

How will we achieve this?

  • Employ specialist PE teacher (0.1 FTE) in collaboration with other schools in our mini-cluster £4,085 supporting  teachers, HAPs and LAPs within lessons
  • SLA in collaboration with mini-cluster and SGO £1000
  • Develop skills of NQT to deliver effective PE lessons CPD £500
  • Transport to competitive games and events around the rural area and wider £930
  • Invite more sports clubs to run events in school (incl.Middlesborough ‘Move and Learn’ Programme)

CPD for staff

Core Stability and Stamina– 29th September  2015– Carlton Miniott– 3.45pm

NQT Training – 3rd November 2015 – Alanbrooke – 3.45pm

Physical Education Report June 2016 –

Focus for using PE sport Premium

Cluster Focus for 2015/6

  1. To develop core stability and stamina.

  2. Focus on supporting LAPS and HAPS both within and outside PE lessons.

  3. Develop and improve the teaching of PE for the new NQTs employed in the cluster

School Focus

  1. Develop teacher’s confidence in teaching Net and Wall games.

How were these aims achieved - :

PE Specialist to work alongside staff in school  -

  • Develop a Manageable formal assessment system

  • Mountain Ladders Assessment targets were written and introduced to assist staff in monitoring skills and movement within PE sessions. Staff are now using these as part of PE planning and assessment. Certificates have been produced for pupils when they ‘climb’ each mountain so children have a personal sense of achievement and success.

  • These also focused upon developing specific skill and targets for pupils to achieve to build skills in specific areas of PE

  • They assist staff to identify children who are finding aspects of physical education difficult or with poor motor skills.

  • A targeted intervention group was introduced for those children in class 1 for children  identified with requiring further help to develop fine and gross motor skills within specific areas of physical activity. The PE specialist worked with these children on a weekly basis within the allocated PE time – In class 2 staff work alongside children in lesson to finely tune   skills and techniques to ensure children are achieving within the lesson and understanding what is expected, offering extra support when it is required.  

  • NQT training was provided for staff by the PE specialist in the first term to give an overview of PE provision and teaching.

  • The PE specialist delivered INSET training on stability and stamina and how to increase /develop and improve these within PE lessons  - Targets for these were included in the mountain ladder assessments. Resources created to be used and kept in school for future planning.

  • Focus was placed on Net/Wall games and the PE specialist worked alongside staff using core tasks as a focus to develop tennis skills and mini games. We also used mini tennis resources and a variety of bats/rackets and balls to improve hand eye coordination and timing to allow pupils to strike and place the ball accurately.

     

  • Competition Pathways

  •  The school bought into the Thirsk cluster competition pathway which provides a wide range and level of competitions for pupils from FS to Year 6 and is a pathway to School Games and North Yorkshire School Games

Quickstix Hockey – Year 3/4

Netball

Cross Country

Rugby

Gymnastics

Swimming

Tennis

Football

Key stage 1 Fun Run

Cricket

 

Cluster festivals: (organised by the PE specialist)

In addition to the School games competition calendar,  all pupils in addition, were given the opportunity to participate in the following level 2 competitions:

Year 5/6 participated in a mud run at Alanbrooke Barracks

 Year FS Year 1 and 2 participated in multi- skills activities devised by Class 3  in the KS2 leadership festival.

 Year 3 /4 classes composed and performed a dance piece for the Dance completion held at Sowerby Parochial Hall ,

All pupils in Key stage 2 participated in the sports day at Thirsk High School.

Community Links

MFC Foundation delivered their pioneering ‘Move and Learn’ Project to class 3 .The project, aims to raise aspiration of children and reinforce the importance of exercise/diet fitness and nutrition. It links to objectives from the National curriculum for Science and covers many aspects of PSHCE as well as PE.

Sport for Champions

Welsh International Gymnast Harry Owen visited to demonstrate his skills, and show us his commonwealth medals, and also chatted about the importance of diet choices and exercise with the pupils. He was very impressed with their knowledge of stamina and flexibility (two of our target areas this year) and also how they had used tablets to record and analyse performance to improve upon it. The pupils were in awe of his gymnastic abilities and he was a true inspiration.

 

Our Statistics this year – from Pupil survey

  • 100% of pupils have participated in 3 or more  competitive events against pupils from another school

  • 72 % of pupils participated in extra - curricular activities

  • 54% of pupils now attend a community club

  • 80% of pupils rated themselves as 7 or above for how healthy and active their lifestyles were. 

     

           The school achieved Sainsbury’s School Games ‘Gold’ kite mark for the second year running

 

 

 

End of year findings from Pupil and Teacher questionnaires 2015

Staff

•    Staff are most confident teaching: Gym, Striking and Fielding, Invasion games, Net and Wall games. They are least confident teaching: swimming
•    Staff are most confident planning for Gym, and least confident planning for OAA, Dance and Swimming
•    Core task cares are most popular and used resource
•    Differentiation is most secure in Invasion games, gym and Dance. Less confident in Striking and fielding, Net and Wall and Swimming
•    Assessment in PE averaged a 6-7 confidence level


Pupils

Question

Class2 (Y2/3)

Class3 (Y4/5/6)

After school club : Football

      Tennis

        Cricket

                    Cross Country

                       Change for Life

       None

11

10

10

3

5

 

12

8 + KS1

8 + KS1

12

7

7

Out of school: Football

                          Running

                          Swimming

                          Bike ride

                          Gym/ Dance

                          Rugby

      Other (horse riding/martial art)

2

4

4

3

2

-

-

3

5

1

 

1

4

6

Enjoyment in PE

1 pupil scored 0-4 (7%)

2 pupils scored 4-8 (14%)

11 pupils scored 8-10 (79%)

 

2 pupils scored 0-4 (11%)

6 pupils scored 4-8 (33%)

10 pupils scored 8-10 (56%)

Sports enjoyed in lesson: Tennis

                                              Cricket

                                             Netball

                                           Rugby

                                          Cross Country

                               Dance/Gym/Fitness

                                           ALL

8

-

-

-

1

7

-

9

10

1

6

1

-

2

Improvements to lessons

More of them

Fair teams

Not compulsory (!)

More indoor/outdoor

Competitions participated

Cross country

Gym

Hockey

Tennis

Tennis

Cross country

Swimming

Gym

Netball

Dance

Invasion Games

Rugby

How active

86% rated very active

61% rated very active

14% scored less than 5

Healthy lifestyles

100% of children knew eating fruit and veg was a good way to stay healthy. 100% of children knew that exercise was a good way to stay healthy. 21% knew that drinking water was a good way of keeping healthy.

 

 

100% of children knew eating fruit and veg was a good way to stay healthy. 72% of children knew that exercise was a good way to stay healthy.

39% knew that drinking water was a good way of keeping healthy.

 

 

Areas to Improve 2014/2015

  • Improve our “signposting” for pupils with a passion and love of individual sports to local organisations beyond school
  • Improve our teaching of “movement” linked to traditional and alternative games

 

Sports Premium Funding 2014/15

The school grant was £8,300 for 2014/15.

Aims for this year.

To improve children’s fitness with a particular focus on the strength and flexibility.

To increase the confidence of staff in teaching specific areas highlighted in the questionnaires.

To develop children’s leadership in sport.

To develop the PE curriculum (school specific)

To develop stronger links with local sports clubs and signpost pupils

Achieve Gold Schools Games Mark in 2015

How will we achieve this?

  • Employ specialist PE teacher (0.1 FTE) in collaboration with other schools in our mini-cluster £4,085
  • SLA in collaboration with mini-cluster and Secondary school £750
  • Develop skill of teachers to deliver effective PE lessons CPD £800
  • Transport to competitive games and events around the rural area and wider £930
  • Invite more local sports clubs to run events in school
  • Improve all year round facilities for ball games and other activities £1,735

CPD for staff

Strength and flexibility – 16th September - Alanbrooke – 3.45pm

Swimming to be organised with Thirsk pool in the second half of term

 

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