To work, to pray, to play in the Light of the Lord
Holy Family Catholic Primary School P.E. and Sports Premium
Back in July 2013, the government announced that from September 2013 schools would receive an additional £8000 plus £5 per pupil between the ages of 5-11 years old to improve the quality of P.E. and sport for all their children.This funding was to be ring fenced and only to be spent on P.E. and sport in each school.
In 2016 - 2017 we identified areas in P.E. and sport that we would like to improve:
Areas were budget is allocated annually;
-- Provision of an early years coaching specialist (Jack from Sports Tec) to work with our early years
-- Provision of breakfast clubs for both KS1 and KS2 clubs with Change4Life club (Rupert)
-- New teaching staff provided with training in RealPE scheme of work
-- Provision of cluster competitions through coach from Leeds Rhinos (Gavin Lightowler) and sports leaders form Swallow Hill.
-- Membership to Active Schools Sports Partnership
-- Buying resources and equipment for PE lessons, extra-curricular activities and lunch time clubs
At the latest PE Council meeting, the members discussed the following areas of PE and Sport;
"Can we have different sports on the MUGA pitch at lunch time?"
--PE Council discussed their feelings with Miss Burrow who organises lunch time Play Leaders and activities.
"Can we have a basketball team because we already have netball"
--Miss Burrow has discussed introducing basketball during lunch time as well as buying new equipment for it.
"Can we have more Dance classes with Leeds Rhinos?"
--Nicola from Leeds Rhinos will be joining us again for more fun Dance lessons aimed at KS2
"Can we be coached by a teacher so they can help pick the team for a match?"
--Miss Clayton is taking Yr5&6 football sessions to ensure team selection is fair
In 2015 - 2016 we identified areas in P.E. and sport that we would like to improve:
"None of the current clubs interest me"
-- targeting Pupil Premium children to participate in PE and sport
-- introduce new clubs e.g. Cheerleading and Street dance
"I'd like to train in my favourite sport everyday outside of school"
-- supporting an Elite Athlete by providing kit and membership to their local running club.
"more teachers available to lead sport"
-- members of staff trained to drive the minibus meaning we can take teams to away games
"can we lead some games at lunch time?"
-- 6 children from Year 4 & Year 5 taking part in the Play Maker Award course to help assist and run lunch time activities
In 2014 - 2015, we identified areas in P.E. and sport that we would like to improve:
"more clubs for each year group"
-- raising the participation and commitment amongst KS1 by providing a Change4Life breakfast club (annual subscription)
-- raising the participation and commitment amongst KS2 by proving a lunch time club everyday
"extra P.E. kit for when I have forgotten mine"
-- provide tshirts for teaching staff to wear during PE lessons to highlight that one should take pride in their appearance and the importance of wearing appropriate clothing for physical activity
-- provide spare PE kits for all children (Reception to Yr6) to participate in PE lessons (annual replenishment)
"an opportunity to lead a sports club"
-- introduce Sport's Leaders (from Yr4, 5 & 6) who help with clubs at school as well as at sporting events run by our school cluster
-- provide Sport's Leaders with a hoody to encourage pride and team work
"Nursery children would like sport provision"
-- Hire an early years coaching specialist (Sports Tec) to work with our early years (annual subscription)
In 2013 - 2014, we identified areas in P.E. and sport that we would like to improve:
"teaching staff having more confidence when teaching physical education"
-- providing teachers with a high standard of training to deliver outstanding lessons which will in turn increase the skills, knowledge, understanding and confidence of all pupils in P.E. -- raising participation and commitment of lunch time clubs and after school clubs (annual funding not needed but CPD should be updated especially for new members of staff)
-- the quality of observations and feedback for all members of staff for their own development
"more competitive games"
-- termly whole school competitions for all children
-- inter school competitions (U9s vs U11s)
-- join LSNA (Netball), LSSA (Cross Country)
-- working alongside a coach from Leeds Rhinos (Richard Cattley) and who works at Swallow Hill to organise weekly cluster competitions (annual subscription needed)
"new equipment to use during lessons but also at lunch time"
-- resources and equipment for PE lessons, extra-curricular activities and lunch time clubs (annual replenishment)
-- our affiliation to Active Schools Sports Partnership (annual subscription)
The Government has promised to continue PE and Sport funding until 2020!
What else can we do to help improve PE and sport at our school?
Contact the PE Council with your suggestions and together we shall make them happen!
If you would like more information on where the money has come from, where it should be spent and the aims of the Sports Premium then follow this link below.
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Would you like to hear Baroness Sue Campbell talking about the importance of teaching quality P.E. and Sport in schools? Follow the link below:
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