PE and sports premium

Priorities for spending in 2016/2017 (£8,860)

·         Increase participation in sporting competition, festivals as well as promoting active lifestyles and a positive attitude both within and outside school. This will include assisting with extra-curricular activities during lunch times and after school.
·         Continued CPD for staff led by specialist sports coaches, a particular focus on gymnastics – with Leeds Rhinos (£1800)
·         Offer alternative and innovative events to interest children in other sports other than games (e.g. orienteering, OAA, continue with cycling)
·         Signpost children to out of school clubs and provide an experience of elite sporting activities
·         Improve gymnastics equipment to ensure quality lessons through all year groups
·         Purchase of new resources to underpin Dance as Gymnastics as part of the PE curriculum:   Dance resources such as Boom box, Early Years Fitness Resources, music and to resource schemes of work. Renew gymnastics equipment
·         Work towards Gold Active Mark
·         Development of website, PE noticeboard. 

 
 

PE Funding

 

Expenditure

Provision

Impact

£400

Skipping Event – Y2 and Y4 at Temple Moor

Coaching sessions for Y2 and Y4

Opportunity for Y2 and Y4 to take part in skipping festival with other trust school

£1,000

Active Sports

Access to training course to improve teaching.

Access to support across the city from PE specialists.

Access to competitions and festivals

Increased participation from pupils in a variety of events

£1,000

TNLP sports membership

Access to CPD for teachers

Pupils have increased their participation in inter-school events

£1,000

Staffing

To provide support for PE leader to initiate good quality provision throughout school.

£100

Curriculum

Money used during Health and Wellbeing to support the pupils learning (resources and visitors)

£150

Skipping Rope Set

For KS1 and KS2 pupils to practise during break times and out of school to increase their overall participation levels.

£100

Bus to Brownlee Triathlon event

Pupils were able to participate in inter-school sports against other pupils

£150

Bus to John Charles Centre for Olympic Festival

Pupils were able to observe opening and closing ceremonies and take part in two Olympic style events

£1,281.13

School Sports Co-ordinator from TMHS

Organisation of inter-school sports events

CPD training for staff members

Assistance during school sports day

£1,800

Leeds Rhinos Foundation

CPD for teachers. All pupils develop their skill acquisition in Rugby.

After school club provision every other half term.

School assemblies

£2,928.95

Purchasing of Gymnastic equipment

The equipment has helped to enrich the experience of pupils during PE lessons

£120

Purchasing of balls

The equipment has helped to enrich the experience of pupils during PE lessons

£220

Active Schools Conference

Networking with fellow professionals – VX visitor

CPD of subject development

Updates on development in PE and sports



PE  Funding 2013 to 2017

The government is providing funding to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The 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 children. Each school will receive £8,000 plus an extra £5 per pupil each year. The money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.
At Colton we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the attitude and academic achievement of all our children as well as promoting a .
Our Primary School Sport’s Funding will enable us to continue and extend our provision through improving our sport and PE facilities; provide quality CPD for all staff who teach PE and to enable all of our children to experience sports competitions and festivals promoting key aspects of pupils’ Spiritual, Moral Social and cultural (PSHE) development.
September 2013 –April 2016

P.E Funding
The school received £8,800 for this item in the last financial year.  One of the areas the money has been used for is the professional development for staff. The company ACES facilitated this programme by giving bespoke training to each member of staff.  Teachers feel more empowered to teach all areas of PE confidently.
The money has also been used to support “Bikeability” and other initiatives which directly promote physical activity to the children.   It has also been used to subscribe to Active Leeds and trust initiatives.  A small amount has been used for playground improvements and equipment. 
Staff and the HT have evaluated the ACES programme directly.  The school council made inputs into the decisions around expenditure to support pupil activity and the success of this has been evaluated through direct observation and a pupil questionnaire.  It has been noted that have been improvements in PE and a general increase in the pupils’ access to informal physical activity and competitive sport
Primary School Sport Premium
 
The Government is providing funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013/14 and 2014/15 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
 
Colton PE news
 
We would like to share with you how we are using our budget to benefit children in PE, sport and physical activity and how we are improving the PE facilities here at Colton Primary.
 
As a school we are involved with The School Sports Partnership, this offers training opportunities, advice to evaluate the schools current strengths and weaknesses and implement plans for improvement. Working within the partnership, the school is engaged with other schools and is attending frequent competitions run by external sports facilitators. Later this term this included the Indoor Athletics competition for Y5 and 6; rounders for Y3 and 4 and Basic Skills with Year 2 and 3.
 
This year we have been improving our staff’s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) with training from Miss Aspinall our Temple Moor School Trust School Sports and Healthy Schools Co-ordinator. She has provided information on teaching a good to outstanding PE lesson, giving the staff ideas on how to develop and support children within different sports. In the coming term, this will be extended to working alongside each teacher in an area of PE they wish to develop such as: gymnastics, fielding and batting skills or dance.
 
Staff have also been provided with training, last term our foundation teachers and Year 1 teacher attended a fantastic course with emphasis on providing children with a foundation of lifelong love for physical activity.  
 
Attended courses:
Matalan Top Sport
Bupa start to move
PE subject leader modules
Achieving in athletics
 
As a school we have invested into employing specialist qualified coaches to work alongside the teacher to increase subject knowledge and confidence. In our first term Year 6 had the opportunity to have a cricket coach and Year 3 had a rugby coach. The feedback from the children was extremely positive and the results from the sessions showed children were engaged and developing new skills. This term Year 5 has a basketball coach and speaking to the children I know they are looking forward to these sessions. We currently have a dance instructor working alongside the children and the teacher to raise the profile of dance in the school. The instructor also teaches a Wake up Shake up activity every Wednesday morning in the playground that both parents and children can partake in.
 
We already have many after school activities and we continue to extend opportunities for all children. There is now a running club every Tuesday morning, which is very popular with KS2. A group of children from school took part in the Leeds Abbey Dash charity run, representing the school, they all did extremely well and thoroughly enjoyed it.
 
 
This is how the funding has been allocated:
 
Partnership work – Trust partnership and Active Schools
YST membership
Professional Development of staff
OSHJ opportunities for children
Coaches
 
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