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SPORTS PREMIUM 2016-17

 

The aim of the Government’s Primary School Sport funding is to raise school standards through physical education and school sport. We are teaching a generation inspired by the London 2012 Olympic Games and aim to make an active generation at school that will continue to be physically active for life.

The sports premium is paid into primary schools and must be spent on the provision of PE and sport in school. Schools are free to determine how best to use the funding to improve the quality of PE and sport provision in school, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils can develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of. The government expects schools to develop and sustain high quality PE and School Sport that will continue after the funding has ceased.

You can find more information about this strategy here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pe-and-sport-premium-for-primary-schools.

 

The majority of the funding has been allocated in joining the Milton Keynes School Partnership package which provides opportunities for staff training, P.E co-ordinator support, release cover, and focused CPD. From our “buy in” of the S.P package we have undertaken training in the following areas:

 

  • Games, Early years physical activity, OAA,
  • P.E co-ordinator training
  • Whole school staff training on health and safety in Gymnastics, assessment, HQ P.E delivery and examples of summer activities.

 

We have purchased new gym mats for use by all children in gym lessons. We have purchased two boom boxes to enable dance to take place outside as well as in and introduce Wake up, Shake up during key times in Foundation Stage. General equipment for P.E lessons has also been purchased and regularly restocked to meet the needs of an expanding school so that we have a fully equipped P.E trolley for both Foundation and Key Stage 1.

We have also been lucky enough to have a Yoga Teacher deliver fantastic classes to children throughout the school, currently Year Two children once a week as well as teaching our nursery children previously. Starshine Yoga has been certified by YogaKidz who are affiliated to the internationally recognised Yoga Alliance.

 

Impact

 

The staff at LMFS have been more confident in delivering quality P.E lessons and have experience with new activities to help with this. Children are fully engaged in P.E and other sporting activities as they have had the opportunity to experience different sports and gain skills that can benefit them in the future. Children have also had an insight into clubs that they may want to join outside of school.

 

2016-17

 

In the academic year 2016-17 we aim to keep up the momentum of our love of sports by the following aims:

 

  • To utilise specialist coaches in developing a body of high quality lesson plans.
  • To use the expertise and knowledge of coaches in developing a body of planning tools and resources.
  • To employ the use of specialist PE coaches to model the delivery of high quality PE lessons as observed by staff. This will begin in the autumn term in KS1 with RugbyTots coaches teaching alongside our staff to deliver high quality rugby training and skills.
  • To provide children with the opportunity to engage in extracurricular sport by way of afterschool clubs, as run by teachers and coaches.
  • To enure that children have the opportunity to engage in whole school PE activities such as sports day.
  • Children are encouraged to become more physically active during lunch and break times through use of equipment and afterschool when sports clubs are run.
  • Children are made aware of health and well-being through questioning and discussion during PE and PSHE lessons.

 

 

Key Aim: To ensure staff feel confident in delivering high quality PE lessons.

 

Actions & Strategies

Impact and sustainable outcomes

Resources/ Cost

By who

By when

Progress

Evidence

To employ the use of specialist PE coaches to model the delivery of high quality PE lessons as observed by staff.

Staff feel more confident in delivering high quality PE lessons across a variety of areas including multisports, dance and athletics.

Sports Premium

RugbyTots

StarShine Yoga

MKSSP

 

On going

Evidence through lesson obs and feedback from staff and coaches.

Documentation of professional dialogue with specialist coaches.

Staff questionnaires.

 

To utilise specialist coaches in developing a body of high quality lesson plans, planning tools and resources.

All staff have access to high quality medium term planning in OE across a variety of areas, including multisports, games, dance, gymnastics and athletics.

Sports Premium

RugbyTots

StarShine Yoga

MKSSP

 

On going

Evidence through practice and feedback based on lesson observations.

Documentation of professional dialogue with specialist coaches.

Central file in each year group for PE planning.

 

To provide children with the opportunity to engage in extracurricular sport by way of afterschool clubs, as run by teachers and/or coaches.

Children are further engaged through a variety of sporting activities which strengthen and advance basic skills, confidence and enjoyment.

Sports Premium

(if coaches used)

 

PE subject leader/coaches.

Summer

2017

 

N/A

Continued popularity of afterschool sports clubs.

Enjoyment questionnaires to children.

 

To ensure children have the opportunity to partake in whole school or year group PE activities such as sports days or sports afternoons.

Children recognise sport as a means of strengthening relationships with children from other year groups and that sport helps to develop important social skills.

Sports Premium

Teaching Staff

Summer 2017

N/A

Improvement in team communication.

Enjoyment of events.

 

To ensure children are made aware of health and well-being through questioning and discussion during PE and PSCHE lessons.

Children are better equipped to make healthy choices regarding diet and lifestyle.

N/A

Teaching staff

On going

Children begin to make sensible decisions based on health outcomes.

Children make healthier choices without prompts.

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