Vision Statement: Participate, Perform, Progress
At Parkwall Primary School, Physical Education (PE) and Sport play an integral role in making our vision statement a reality for pupils, of all abilities, to achieve their potential and to promote lifelong participation.
PE and sport provide our children with opportunities to develop the important qualities of self-control, determination, communication, team work and commitment. This should lead to improved concentration, attitude and achievement in all aspects of their personal development.
We have welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to provide additional funding for two years until 2015 to improve provision of PE and Sport in primary schools. We are committed to using this funding to enhance our provision of high quality PE, both within and beyond the curriculum and to add to our existing resources.
To support us in achieving this, we are using a proportion of our funding to belong to the Grange School Sports Partnership. This gives us access to greater participation in inter-school competition across a range of sports, specific training for staff, coaching for children, purchasing new resources and promoting physical activity both in and out of school. (See provisional list at the end of this document).
Spending Summary 2016-17
What does this mean for our school?
We will receive £8000 per annum in addition to £5 per pupil to spend on improving and maintaining high quality PE and Sport in school.
Number of pupils = 133 x £5 = £665 + £8000 = TOTAL £8,665
Developing PE at Parkwall Primary School
We will develop teaching and learning, progress and achievement in PE at Parkwall Primary School.
High Quality Physical Education: Raising standards of all our children in Physical Education
Specialist support from qualified sports coaches working with primary teachers to achieve high quality teaching and learning in lessons
Range of training opportunities for staff in PE and Sport
High quality resources
Lesson observations and sharing of best practice
Regular fundamental skills assessment to enable tracking and monitoring of all pupils
Leadership opportunities for all children
Competitive School Sport: Increasing pupils’ participation in sport
Inclusive competitive opportunities
Intra (L1) and inter (L2) school competition for all ages
Delivery of virtual competitions
Healthy Active Lifestyles: Ensuring all our children have access to regular exercise
Change 4 Life club opportunities to encourage participation and enjoyment in physical activities
Two hours curriculum PE
Extra-curricular sports clubs
Self-review and Quality Assurance: Measuring the impact of the funding
Monitoring of pupil progress
School Games Kitemark
The Grange Sports Partnership Provides:
- Competitions – School Games levels 1, 2 and 3
- Training opportunities for staff
- High quality sports coaching
- Curriculum support and developmental opportunities
- Gifted and Talented opportunities
- Inclusion opportunities
- Network support
- Fundamental skills program (delivered through Infant Agility & Y3/4 & Y5/6 Athletics Challenges)
- Best practice
- Links with National Governing Bodies
- OFSTED/Kitemark support
Spending Summary 2016-17
|CSET Sports Partnership Membership:
· Provide extracurricular PE clubs for both KS1 and KS2
· Raise standards in PE across school through CPD and performance clubs
· Provide coaching for children selected in intra and inter school competitions
South Gloucestershire PE Association Membership:
· Girls and Boys Football League
· Girls and Boys Entry to English Schools Football Tournament
· Girls and Boys Football Cup Competition
· Tag Rugby Tournament
· Cross Country League
· Festival of Youth Sport Entry
· Archery Enrichment Day (£200)
· To provide competitive sporting opportunities for children to improve and develop upon their skills
· To provide an opportunity to compete at both a local, regional and national levels in key sports
· Archery Enrichment Day – To introduce the new sport prior to offering an after school club and to allow a variety of children to try out a new sport.
· Specialist athletics coach used for talent identification Year 5 and 6.
· Specific athletics training for sportshall athletics.
· Specific gymnastics training for level 2 gym competition.
· Allows children opportunity to take part in sporting event during school time.
· Increase ability to differentiate in lessons with equipment for SEN and G&T children to meet their emerging needs.
· All children to swim by Year 7.
· Additional tuition for children competing.
· Children to show pride when representing the school.
· Increase participation.
· Links with outside sports clubs and regional competitions.
· Provide all children with equal opportunities.
· Promoting smart appearance and positive attitude.
· Wake and shake purposes.
· Sports day and other outside events.
· School site improved.
· Wider range of sports accessed through curriculum and extra-curricular.
· Promote independent learning especially for EYFS and KS1.
A good measure of our success with the sports premium money was achieving a gold award from the youth sports games.
The impact this year will be measured in a bigger percentage of children participating in both intra and inter school competition and maintaining our gold standard kitemark.
To achieve GOLD LEVEL, we have met the following:
- Provide all pupils with two hours of physical education per week.
- Engage at least 50% of pupils in extracurricular sporting activity every week.
- Offer talented young sports people specific support to help them to develop their sporting potential.
- Participate in at least 9 intra-school and 9 inter-school competitions throughout the year.
- Field B and C teams furthering opportunities for both boys and girls to take part in inter-school competition.
- Regularly feature match reports and results on the school notice board and website.
- Engage at least 20% of students in leading, managing and officiating sport.
- Have a school sport committee in place.
- Utilise sport coaches.
- Provide CPD to train all staff.
- Have active links with 6 or more local sports clubs.
(Number of pupils = 136 x £10 = £1,360 + £16,000 = £17,360)