Adswood Primary School

Enjoy, Believe, Achieve

Sports Premium

  

The Government now provides funding of £150 million per annum for 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 schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE.

 

Funding for schools is calculated by the number of primary-aged pupils (between the ages of 5 and 11) as of the annual schools census in January. In each year all schools with 17 or more primary-aged pupils will receive a lump sum of £8,000, plus a premium of £5 per pupil. This means that Adswood will get £9,115 for the year 2016-17.

 

Review date: April 2018

 

All schools will have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport and they have the freedom to choose how they do this. To have maximum impact on the pupils at Adswood we will use the money to:

 

 Total for  2016-17

£9115

 

Focus 2016-17

Stockport Schools Sport

Partnership

Package A

£9594

Includes a SSCO for half a day a week to deliver curriculum support for staff as well as well as assisting PLT with coordinating PE.

 

 

Fortnightly CPD opportunities/training for all staff.

 

 

 

 

 2 hours of coaching from a Life Leisure coach.

Raise attainment of all pupils and develop a healthy lifestyle.

 

Staff throughout school will attend CPD training courses which run fortnightly at a nearby school to develop their confidence in delivering high quality P/E. lessons.

 

Gymnastics CPD-Develop the delivery of high quality gymnastic lessons across both Key Stages.

Improve participation and confidence in both pupils and staff.

SSCO Cluster Contribution

£700

To assist with cluster contribution to salary of SSCO.

To develop staff CPD through observation and participation to develop the ability and confidence in delivering high quality P.E. lessons in accordance with N.C. requirements.

Football

 

Dance

£10,000 supplement

£6,840

Lessons led by qualified coaches - delivered across both Key Stages (Dance Year1-6), Football/Basketball/Target Skills(Year 1-6)  - to ensure all pupils achieve  expected requirements and help them to adopt a well-balanced, healthy lifestyle.

Increase the number of children achieving expected levels and end of year targets/skills.

To develop leadership skills and enhance further the skills of AGT pupils.

Primary P.E.Passport App

£1,000

The new P.E Passport app will ensure lessons are linked directly to N.C expectations and assessment for learning is evident.

To provide teachers with detailed, step-by-step lesson plans for each area of the P.E curriculum, list of resources and the ability to assess through photos, videos and observation throughout the lesson. Also, providing the opportunity to record number of participants in each class in extra-curricular events and and both intra and inter competitions.

Transport and Resources

(renewal of school P.E. kits, due to wear and tear, new equipment to accommodate the new P.E app and new resources for extra-curricular clubs).

£2,000

Enable children to access competitive opportunities around the borough in line with SSP competition calendar.

 

Provide pupils with regular extra-curricular clubs after school.

Improve the number of opportunities for pupils to access out of school competitions and develop an enhanced understanding of fair play.

To increase the number of weekly hours pupils are participating in a physical activity.

 

Specialist PE teachers and/or Qualified Sports Coaches to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE

 

As part of the Stockport Schools Partnership we will pay for the support of PE specialist Mrs Callaghan who works alongside staff and pupils at Adswood to develop skills and confidence of staff in gymnastics, multi-skills and games which in turn filters down to the pupils through the improved quality of their PE lessons. As a result of this intervention and the CPD programme, the attainment and achievement of the pupils is improving.  Pupils are being provided with a P.E. curriculum that addresses all areas and end of year skills/expectations. The evidence collected for the academic year 2016-17 for each class clearly identifies number of hours each child participates in physical activity. (see table below). Skills and end of year targets being met is evident in Target Tracker (the school’s assessment for learning tool).

 

Weekly participation in physical activity (per pupil):

 

Class/Year

Weekly

Extra Curricular (including Funky Friday, After-School Clubs and competitions)

Foundation Stage

Daily outdoor/indoor activities.

17%

Year 1

2 hours

54%

Year 2

2 hours

15%

Year 3

2 hours

54%

Year 4

2 hours

80%

Year 5

2 hours

72%

Year 6

2 hours

80%

  

We use the expertise of qualified coaches to provide both curricular and extra-curricular activities. The pupils benefit from being taught by an activity specific expert and our own staff develop further through sharing outstanding practice and working alongside coaches in the PE lessons.

 

Dance

Dance, led by Fiona Pedroza, continues to provide pupils from both Key Stages with an outstanding learning experience. Every lesson involves every pupil, encouraging them to express their individuality through small group and whole class routines. The end result being a celebration assembly of every pupil’s success, which allows parents/carers, staff and pupils to be part of this wonderful experience and share in the enjoyment of those participating. It is a wonderful opportunity for boys and girls to work together and develop positive working relationships in a fun, engaging environment.

 

Football

Football lessons are led by a specialist football coach; Ben, who teaches pupils from Year 1 through to Year 6 developing and building upon skills so that progress is evident across the year groups and pupils are encouraged to achieve their full potential. These lessons also act as part of staff CPD as it builds up confidence in delivering ball games/skills whilst at the same time modelling outstanding practise. Football lessons not only provide pupils with hand-eye and foot-eye coordination skills but also develop tactical skills, defending and attacking skills and most importantly the ability to play as part of a team. Ben also provides an after school football club to offer specialist expertise to coaching the school football team.

 

Paying for Professional Development Opportunities in PE / Sport

 The PE Subject Leader, Mrs Mandy Lennon, will coordinate PE throughout the school, organise and enter children in to both intra/inter competitions and will work alongside sports coaches as well as the SSCO Mrs Callaghan.  As a team we will develop staff confidence, skills and competence so that standards in PE continue to improve. There will also be cover provided to release teachers for professional development in PE through observation of specialist teachers and attending relevant training courses. All teachers will attend at least three CPD courses throughout the year which are an integral part of the SSP package.

 

Running Sporting Competitions and Increasing Participation in Inter-school Competitions

Funding will be used to provide transport and relevant P.E kits; athletics kits and football kits and tracksuits, so that pupils can access a range of activities and competitions throughout the Borough. Activities attended during Autumn Term and Spring Term are:

 

  • Junior Sports Hall Athletics - Years 3,4,5 and 6
  • Infant Sports Hall Athletics - Year 1 (both classes)
  • Tag Rugby – Years 5 and 6
  • Swimming Gala-Year 5
  • Mixed football - Year 5 / 6
  • Dodgeball - Year 5 / 6
  • Gymnastics-Year 2
  • Football-Years 5 and 6
  • Athletics-Years 3,4,5 and 6
  • Football-Years 3 and 4
  • Tag Rugby coaching-Year 5
  • Football-Powerleague Tournament-Years 5 and 6
  • Football-Manchester City Stadium-Years 5 and 6

 

Cross-Curricular Activities and Competitions

Funding from the schools sport package allows pupils to shine in other areas of the curriculum thorough ‘Run it, Jump it, Throw it’ competitions. This year, pupils will enter the ‘Run it, Jump it, Throw it’ poster and ‘Run it, Jump it, Throw it’ sports photographer of the year. If successful, pupils will attend the celebration evening at Stockport Plaza.

 

Impact

 We evaluate the impact of the Sports Premium funding as part of our normal self-evaluation and provision mapping arrangements. We look at how well we use our Sport Premium to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sporting provision, including increasing participation in PE, Physical Activity and Sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.

Measuring the impact of the activities provided with the Sport Premium funding can be achieved in different ways. We look at progress in PE as well as other areas of development such as self-esteem, confidence and the numbers of pupils involved in sporting activities in and out of school.

Assessments are made both formally and informally using our school assessment systems (Target Tracker and P.E. Passport App) as well as feedback from staff and visitors, parents and carers to the school (when they are invited in to watch their class/children perform). We also evaluate the impact of professional development opportunities in improving teaching and learning in PE through monitoring improvement in achievement and attainment, lesson observations and verbal feedback from pupils and staff. Pupil voice is used to indicate pupil’s perceptions of the quality of P.E at Adswood Primary.

Finally, our key to success in P.E, just like any subject at Adswood is achieved through our motto; 

‘We work in partnership to achieve success because every child matters.’