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Sport Premium

Sport Premium - Academic Year 2016-2017

At The Queen’s School we believe it is every child’s right to receive high quality learning and teaching in all aspects of their curriculum, this must include physical education. Children have a right to be challenged in PE as in any other area of the curriculum. Therefore, The Queen’s school believes that physical education, experienced in a safe and supportive environment, is a unique and vital contributor to a pupil’s physical, intellectual and social development.  A broad and balanced physical education curriculum contributes significantly to the wider educational growth of the whole child; developing physical skills, providing opportunities for social interaction, cooperation, competition and challenge.

Queen’s School Vision

  • Every child receives high quality teaching and learning in physical education.
  • Children are encouraged to be physically active for sustained periods of time both in PE lessons and within their playtimes.
  • Children are inspired by PE lessons/clubs, enjoy being physically active and leave our school with the motivation, the physical confidence, competence and knowledge and understanding for lifelong participation in physical activity.
  • Children understand the benefits of a healthy lifestyle, how it affects their well-being and how it supports their health and fitness.
  • Opportunities are made for more children to be involved in competitive sport and a wide range of other physical activities which help to embed the values of fairness and respect.

We have welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to provide additional funding for two years to improve provision for physical education (PE and sport) in primary schools. We are committed to using this resource to develop high quality PE lessons, alongside developing greater opportunities for sporting competitions and activities for all our pupils in order to achieve our vision for sport and PE at Queen’s.

Sport Premium Grant

Funding for schools is calculated by the number of primary aged pupils recorded at the annual census in Jan 2013. All schools with 17 or more pupils receive a lump sum of £8,000, plus a premium of £5.00 per pupil.

Total number of primary aged pupils  (aged 5 – 11) Jan 2016

341 eligible pupils.

 

Total amount of Sport Premium Grant received  2015 - 2016

£9,705.00

Total Sport premium expenditure (to date)

£5,928.74

Total unspent Sport premium (to date)

£3,776.26

What the Sport Premium Grant means for The Queen’s School

At Queen’s School we carried out a self-review, which helped us identify the key areas for development and spending of the Sport Premium. In this academic year our priorities are:

  • To continue to support the development of our teachers to ensure the teaching of curriculum PE is consistently of high quality across the whole school
  • To offer more children the opportunity to represent the school in competitive sport
  • To develop girls’ football in KS2
  • To continue to develop and encourage an enjoyment of sport through active playtimes, specialised sports coaches and expansion of extra-curricular sporting opportunities.

This is a record of spending so far in the academic year 2016 -2017:

Item /project

Cost

Objective

Impact/outcome

Professional learning:

Sport IMPACT

50 hours of in school support over the year.

£3000.00

 

 

 

 

£140.00

To continue the professional development of all teachers to improve the teaching of PE /Sport by providing 1 to 1 mentoring with a PE specialist.                                          

 

High 5 Netball Training for 4 staff

  • Staff more able and confident to plan and deliver high quality PE lessons
  •  PE lessons are active, inclusive and challenging for all
  • Skills in teaching outdoor games are developed
  • Progression is evident across the curriculum and within PE lessons.
  • Development of staff skills in order to coach netball at after school clubs

Health and well being

Hiring of bikes to aid teaching  of ‘Balanceability’ sessions to children in EYFS

£200.00

(planned for the Spring Term

To hire bikes in order for reception teachers to lead ‘balanceability’ sessions for EYFS children as part of their physical development.

 

  • Children learn to ride a pedal bike without stabilisers
  • Develops physical skills of balance
  • Enhances the physical development curriculum in EYFS
  • Builds confidence and life skills
  • Helps develop core strength and improve gross motor skills

PE specialisation

Specialised sports

Coaching

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£TBC

 

 

 

 

 

 

To supplement the Sport and PE programme with specialist coaches in :

  • Rugby
  • Basketball
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball

 

  • Supplements the PE curriculum providing sports expertise and challenge
  • Provides opportunities for children to apply skills learnt in PE lessons in different games
  • Expands the skill set of staff, who work alongside the coaches
  • Provides a varied and interesting PE programme
  • Expands pupils skills and awareness of different sports

 

Whole school improvement:

Replacement equipment

Hire of external facilities

£55.89

 

 

£390.00

To ensure resources support high quality learning and teaching.

 

 

To ensure the continuation of high quality PE during the building period.

  • Resources are of high quality and support the provision of high quality PE lessons
  • Additional equipment encourages active playtimes
  • The hire of additional space has ensured teachers are able to teach active, high quality PE lessons on safe, purpose built surfaces

Inclusion/Competitive Sport

Pool /Pitch/Court  hire and transport to events/ supply teacher cover to accompany children to tournaments and competitions

£264.00

£270.00

 

 

 

£750.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

£518.85

To hire the Richmond pools and provide transport to ensure opportunities for all children in KS2 to trial for the school swimming team

 

 

 

To hire a football coach to offer football skills sessions for girls at lunchtime, throughout the year

To make opportunities available for our school teams to train and improve skills.

 

 

 

 

 

Additional transport to and from matches/tournaments

  • All children from years 3 – 6 are able to trial to represent the school in the borough swimming gala
  • More girls will be encouraged to play football
  • Skills sessions will improve confidence
  • Girls will have the opportunity to learn in a non-competitive environment in these drop in sessions

Health and wellbeing:

Sport Leader training  

£340.00

(Planned for Summer Term 2017)

 

To train children in year 5/6 to be playground sport leaders

 

Develop leadership skills for children in upper key stage 2
  • Children develop leadership skills such as:  communication, team working  and organisation
  •  Encourages responsibility and builds confidence  
  • Provides active lunchtimes for children in KS1 and  KS2
  • Gives children the knowledge to organise and lead small games and activities

 

 

 

Academic year 2015 -2016

At The Queen’s School we believe it is every child’s right to receive high quality learning and teaching in all aspects of their curriculum, this must include physical education. Children have a right to be challenged in PE as in any other area of the curriculum. Therefore, The Queen’s school believes that physical education, experienced in a safe and supportive environment, is a unique and vital contributor to a pupil’s physical, intellectual and social development.  A broad and balanced physical education curriculum contributes significantly to the wider educational growth of the whole child; developing physical skills, providing opportunities for social interaction, cooperation, competition and challenge.

Queen’s School Vision

  • Every child receives two hours per week of high quality learning and teaching in physical education.
  • Children are encouraged to be physically active for sustained periods of time both in PE lessons and within their playtimes.
  • Children are inspired by PE lessons/clubs, enjoy being physically active and leave our school with the motivation, the physical confidence, competence and knowledge and understanding for lifelong participation in physical activity.
  • Children understand the benefits of a healthy lifestyle, how it affects their well-being and how it supports their health and fitness.
  • Opportunities are made for more children to be involved in competitive sport and a wide range of other physical activities which help to embed the values of fairness and respect.

We have welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to provide additional funding for two years to improve provision for physical education (PE and sport) in primary schools. We are committed to using this resource to develop high quality PE lessons, alongside developing greater opportunities for sporting competitions and activities for all our pupils in order to achieve our vision for sport and PE at Queen’s.

Sport Premium Grant

Funding for schools is calculated by the number of primary aged pupils recorded at the annual census in Jan 2015. All schools with 17 or more pupils receive a lump sum of £8,000, plus a premium of £5.00 per pupil.

 

Total number of primary aged pupils  (aged 5 – 11) Jan 2015

351 eligible pupils.

Total amount of Sport Premium Grant received  2015 - 2016

£9,755.00

Total Sport premium expenditure (to date)

£9754.58

Total unspent Sport premium (to date)

£0.42

What the Sport Premium Grant means for The Queen’s School

At Queen’s School we carried out a self-review, which helped us identify the key areas for development and spending of the Sport Premium. In this academic year our priority is to continue to support the development of our teachers to ensure the teaching of PE is consistently of high quality across the whole school. This is a record of spending so far in the academic year 2015 -2016:

 

Item /project

Cost

Objective

Impact/outcome

Professional learning:

Sport IMPACT

15 half days support in school

£2,745

 

 

 

 

 

To continue the professional development of all teachers to improve the teaching of PE /Sport by providing 1 to 1 mentoring with a PE specialist.

  • Staff more able and confident to plan and deliver high quality PE lessons.
  •  PE lessons are active, inclusive and challenging for all
  • Skills in teaching outdoor games are developed
  • Progression is evident across the curriculum and within PE lessons.

Professional learning:

Purchase of new schemes of work

£475.75

To provide planning resources to support high quality teaching  of the curriculum

  • Progression is clearly outlined for each area of PE
  • Teachers are supported and guided in planning quality PE lessons.

Health and well being

‘Hiring of bikes to aid teaching  of ‘Balanceability’ sessions to children in EYFS

£200.00

To hire bikes in order for reception teachers to lead ‘balanceability’ sessions for EYFS children as part of their physical development.

 

  • Children learn to ride a pedal bike without stabilisers
  • Develops physical skills of balance
  • Enhances the physical development curriculum in EYFS
  • Builds confidence and life skills
  • Helps develop core strength and improve gross motor skills

PE specialisation

Specialised sports

coaching

 

 

Dance workshops

£3,108.00

 

 

 

 

 

£270.00

To supplement the Sport and PE programme with specialist coaches in :

  • Rugby
  • Basketball
  • Tennis
  • Gymnastics

 

To introduce Street dance to year 6

  • Supplements the PE curriculum providing sports expertise and challenge
  • Provides opportunities for children to apply skills learnt in PE lessons in different games
  • Expands the skill set of staff, who work alongside the coaches
  • Provides a varied and interesting PE programme
  • Expands pupils skills and awareness of different sports

 

Whole school improvement:

Replacement equipment – balls /skipping ropes etc. Hire of external facilities

 

Purchase of hand balls

£1621.83

 

To ensure resources support high quality learning and teaching.

 

To ensure the continuation of high quality PE during the building period.

 

To expand the range of extra-curricular sports activities

  • Resources are of high quality  and support the provision of high quality PE lessons
  • The additional space has ensured teachers are able to teach active, high quality PE lessons on safe, purpose built surfaces.
  • Additional equipment encourages active playtimes
  • More choice is available for extra-curricular sports clubs and pupils are introduced to new sports.

Inclusion/competitive sport

Pool /Pitch/Court  hire and transport to events/ supply teacher cover to accompany children to tournaments and competitions

£994.00

To provide opportunities for all children in KS2 to trial for the school swimming team

To make opportunities available for our school teams to train and improve skills.

To increase opportunities to compete in sporting events.

  • All children from years 3 – 6 are able to trial to represent the school in the borough swimming gala.
  • Teams are able to compete in all competitions across the borough and train and play on high quality courts /pitches
  • Children have time and opportunities to develop and improve skills of playing in a team and playing competitively.

Health and wellbeing:

Sport Leader training  

£340.00

To train children in year 5/6 to be playground sport leaders

 

Develop leadership skills for children in upper key stage 2

  • Children develop leadership skills such as:  communication, team working  and organisation
  •  Encourages responsibility and builds confidence  
  • Provides active lunchtimes for children in KS1 and  KS2
  • Gives children the knowledge to organise and lead small games and activities