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PE and Sports Premium

Review of Sports Premium and PE Impact Plan 2017-18

Grant for 2017-18 £13000

Focus

Actions

Expected outcomes

Impact

Improve the quality of teaching and curriculum

 

 

 

Sports coach team teaching and shared planning, observing and giving feedback to staff:

RAD Sport

Cricket

Rugby Pups

Chelsea Football Foundation

Squash

Swimming coaches

Cost of coaches £9000

Increased staff confidence across the range of the PE curriculum

 

Extended range of curriculum opportunities through specialist teaching

Coaches have worked with every year group in the school.

 

Teacher are more confident to lead groups and classes, especially in football and cricket

 

Increased opportunities to participate in a range of clubs and competitions

Join Blackwater Sports Partnership and participate in TS consortium inter school competitions

£1000

 

Develop provision through staff training and extend range of clubs to raise participation

Cost £500

 

Running costs for Kayak Club

£1500

Wider range of sports teams representing the school and therefore more pupils

 

Engage KS2 girls in after school club

 

Extend range of activities for younger children

 

Kayak Club launched

Blackwater and consortium sports events supported and other groups eg Colchester Institute

 

Squash teams continue to be particularly successful at local and regional level.

 

New Kayak club for all of year 5 and some curriculum time given to disadvantaged year 4 pupils. Pupils were extremely excited and enjoyed the sessions enormously.

Improving pupils’ health and well-being

Golden / Daily Mile is part of school routine for many classes

 

Some disadvantaged pupils are funded to participate in out of school sports clubs and additional swimming lessons in year 4. £500

 

Move and Learn project with Colchester United

£150

Targeted to increase levels of activity and promote positive attitude

 

 

 

 

Promote a healthy lifestyle for disadvantaged pupils

Daily Mile incorporated into class routines.

 

45% disadvantaged pupils have attended at least one after school club this year. Increased from 32% in 2016-17

 

 

Impact of Move and Learn project to be assessed

Using sport and physical activity to impact on whole school priorities

Outdoor learning and PE equipment range extended

Cost £2000

 

Pupils more engaged in their learning

Teachers plan a wider range of activities

Raise activity levels and promote positive attitudes to learning

Range of lunchtime materials improved eg 2 rebound walls purchased.

 

Clubs 2017-18

Football

Football team coaching for boys and girls teams

Multi-skills

Cricket

Rugby pups

Rugby Kidz

Running

Netball

Squash

Zumba

Kayak

Sports Premium and PE Impact Plan 2018-19

Grant for 2018-19 £19664

Focus

Actions

Expected outcomes

Impact

Improve the quality of teaching and curriculum

 

 

 

Sports coach team teaching and shared planning, observing and giving feedback to staff:

Colchester United - provide girl focused lunchtime club in addition to afternoon and after school specialist coaching.

Cricket

Chelsea Football Foundation

Squash

Swimming coaches

Cost of coaches £10000

Increased staff confidence across the range of the PE curriculum

 Focus on increasing girls participation in sport 


Extended range of curriculum opportunities through specialist teaching

 

Increased opportunities to participate in a range of clubs and competitions

Join Blackwater Sports Partnership and participate in TS consortium inter school competitions

£1000

Develop provision through staff training and extend range of clubs to raise participation – tennis and street dance clubs started

Cost £500

Running costs for Kayak Club

£1500

 

Wider range of sports teams representing the school and therefore more pupils

 

 

Extend range of activities for younger children

 

 

 

 Include some curriculum time for year 4 and disadvantaged pupils

 

Improving pupils’ health and well-being

Senior MDA to promote physical activity by setting up equipment, supporting midday team in leading activities, promoting play leaders etc

Cost £4000

 

Some high needs pupils are funded to participate in out of school sports clubs and additional swimming lessons in year 4. £700

Increase levels of activity at lunchtime. Children have a constructive lunch hour and are more ready to learn / have more positive attitude.

 


Promote a healthy lifestyle for high needs pupils

 

 

 

 

 

Using sport and physical activity to impact on whole school priorities

Outdoor learning and PE equipment range extended

Cost £2000

 

Pupils more engaged in their learning

Teachers plan a wider range of activities

Raise activity levels and promote positive attitudes to learning

 

 

Clubs 2018-19

Football

Football team coaching for boys and girls teams

Cricket

Cricket team coaching for mixed and girls teams

Multi-skills

Rugby Kidz

Squash

Street Dance

Tennis

Kayaking

Basketball - Yr 6 lunchtime club