Sports Premium

Sports Premium Grant: 2016-17

  • Allocation amount: £5174 + £3696 (TBA) = £8870 (approximately)
  • 7/12 of your funding allocation on 7 November 2016
  • 5/12 of your funding allocation on ‘TBA’ 2017
Aim:Actions:Success Criteria:Costs and timescale:Impact (to be added when spending is reviewed at the end of the grant period):
To increase the range of after school clubs.A combination of school and external providers creative an after school timetable which includes:
Netball, football, dance, rugby, fundamentals, fencing and gymnastics – including opportunities for children of all ages
Children access these clubs with signposting to additional clubs.Tigertots: Rugby -
ongoing £900pa

Whitcliffe Mount High School: Dance – with support staff paid support £360 x 2 = £720pa

Legacy: Football
Starting September 2016 ongoing £150 (6 weeks)

Legacy: Fundamental skills – Starting September 2016 ongoing £150 (6 weeks)

Netball: Starting September ongoing £360pa

Fencing: starting April 2017

Gymnastics: starting April 2017

Total predicted financial support: £3000
To provide transport for children to sporting events off site.To book coaches, minibuses etc to ensure all children who wish to participate have the transport to attend events.No child misses a sporting event because they have no transport.Allocation: £500Transport was provided to all pupils where required ensuring that no pupils missed out on participating in a sporting event.
To support activity and the development of gross motor skills in the EYFS outdoor areaAudit the current provision and determine where there are missed opportunities to develop children’s motor skills (gross)EYFS children are provided with resources which encourage and stimulate active learning / development of gross motor skills.Budget: £500

Purchase of:
To be added when reviewing the plan
To highlight different forms of exercise and activity to children.To explore how children can be active without a focus on sport.

Book a circusology workshop.
Children are provided with an alternative way of being active / physical without direct relation to sport.Cost of circusology: £400
To monitor opportunities for activity in school and monitor the sports premium funding.To provide time for the PE lead to explore opportunities to raise the profile of PE within the school, attend courses and monitor the Sports Premium fund.Sports Premium money is allocated to promote the activity/interest in being active, of pupils in our school.Teacher’s time:
3 days equivalent: £180 x 6
£1080

Safe Practices in PE course
£50 (November 2016)
To raise the profile of OAA through the appointment of an outdoor learning lead in school.Training courses
Timetabled outdoor sessions linked to the curriculum
A UPS teacher is given the responsibility of leading the use of outdoors to engage pupils in learning in an active/physical way.Teacher’s time:
3 hours per week = £1827

Resources: £500
Children engage in a more active approach to learning.
To encourage more children to participate in lunchtime games instigated by school staff.To share ideas of activities that can be incorporated into lunchtime activities.

To buy resources where possible.

To purchase training where needed.

To deploy staff so that organised activities are available for children to access over lunchtimes.
Children are actively choosing to be engaged in adult instigated activities at lunchtime to promote activity choices in free time.Training costs = £300

Resources = £300

Total predicted spend: £8457

Total income: £8870

Contingency: £413

Sports Premium Grant: 2015-16

Allocation amount: £8840

Aim:Actions:Success CriteriaCosts and timescale:Impact:
To encourage children to be more active at lunchtime.Premier Sport/Legacy Sport to provide playleaders to engage children in physical activity at lunchtimes.

Children are shown games that they can play which are led by staff from Legacy/Premier Sport.

Target groups such as aggressive boys in KS1 are highlighted.
Children are playing the games independently.

There is less aggressive behaviour in the playground.
£25 per hour.

Two lunchtimes per week for 6 weeks.

Total: £150
Children were engaged with the activity sessions and there was a significant reduction in aggressive behaviour from KS1 children.
To increase the range of after school clubs.A combination of school and external providers creative an after school timetable which includes: Netball, football, dance, rugby and archery.Children access these clubs with signposting to additional clubs.Tigertots: Rugby - starting September 2015. ongoing £900pa

Taarget: Archery - 2 clubs from September 2015, £1575pa

Whitcliffe Mount High School: Dance and football - starting September 2015 with support staff paid support £360 x 2 = £720pa

Legacy: Multi skills -– starting September 2015 for 6 weeks £150

Netball - starting September ongoing £360pa

Total predicted: £3705
Tigertots: Rugby = 11

Taarget: Archery = 14

Whitcliffe Mount High School: Dance = 10

Whitcliffe Mount High School: Football = 8

Netball = 19
To provide transport for children to sporting events off site.To book coaches, minibuses etc to ensure all children who wish to participate have the transport to attend events.No child misses a sporting event because they have no transport.Allocation: £500Transport was provided to all pupils where required ensuring that no pupils missed out on participating in a sporting event.
To have a scheme which provides and overall structure to the PE curriculum.Purchase Val Sabin PE curriculum.A scheme of work is in place which provides a structure from Reception to Year 6.Cost: £980

September 2015

Total: £980
The PE curriculum has a clear structure to ensure coverage which meets the needs of the new curriculum.
To audit the current PE provision and identify training needs.Gill Hood (Kirklees LA PE support) to lead an audit of current PE provision.A staff training session leads to an evaluation of needs to ensure the PE curriculum meets statutory requirements and is appropriate for our pupils.Cost: £180 per training session

10/02/2016

Total: £180
An audit was completed where several issues were raised about the confidence of staff in delivering the curriculum.
To ensure the teaching of the fundamentals of PE are strong within the school to aid the physical development of all children.Gill Hood (Kirklees LA PE support) to organise staff training with a focus on teaching the fundamental concepts of PE/physical development.Our PE curriculum, especially in EYFS and KS1, clearly reflects the development of fundamental skills in children in nurturing their physical abilities.Cost: £180 per training session

16/03/2016

Total: £180
It was identified through the audit that many of the fundamental skills in PE were not secure and this was impacting on children’s ability to progress and access many games/sports.

This session highlighted the key fundamentals and how these could be taught.
To ensure the resource provision supports the teaching of the fundamentals.Work with advisors and peers to investigate how resources are used to teach the fundamental concepts of PE.With the support of Gill Hood's team, purchase more engaging resources that will motivate children and teachers.Cost: £180 per training session

23/03/2016
A session which continued the foundations built on from the previous session.
To ensure our PE curriculum is inclusive for all pupils in our school.Gill Hood (Kirklees LA PE support) to organise staff training with a focus on ensuring our PE curriculum furthers the physical development of all our pupils.Groups of pupils who may have difficulty accessing the current PE curriculum are identified.

Strategies are put in place to support these pupils.
Cost: £180 per training session

£1000 to be allocated for resources
Resources were purchased which developed skills for all children including: balls which travel at different speeds; a variety of throwing and catching items which travel at different speeds eg scarves; a variety of rackets; scarves; bean bags; speed bounce; javelin equipment (including mega howlers); a variety of hoops and quoits; metromat
To ensure the resource provision supports the teaching of PE for all pupils.Work with advisors and peers to investigate how resources are used to support vulnerable groups effectively access our PE curriculum.With the support of Gill Hood’'s team, purchase more engaging resources that will ensure ALL children can access the PE curriculum appropriately.
To ensure lessons are age appropriate, meeting the needs of the children and the curriculum.Gill Hood (Kirklees LA PE support) to organise staff training with a focus on the curriculum of specific key stages.Key stage specific training sessions take place to assist in the development and improvement of teaching our PE curriculum.Cost: £180 per training session

£180 x 2 = £360

23/11/2016
This focused on gymnastics as staff identified this as an area where confidence was lacking. The session started with a focus on fundamentals and how this can lead into gymnastics.

The sessions were delivered by Kirsty Thornton who provided packs containing teaching ideas.
To ensure the resource provision supports the teaching of PE in all key stages.Work with advisors and peers to investigate how resources are used to support our PE curriculum for all key stages.With the support of Gill Hood’'s team, purchase more engaging resources that will ensure children in each key stage can meet the needs of their curriculum.Cost: £180 per training session

£180 x 2 = £360

Cost of resources: £500

Date to be arranged.
OAA session to be organised

Purchase of volleyballs / net for upper key stage 2
Purchase of new hockey sticks to support KS2 PE

Total predicted spend: £7955

Total income: £8840

Contingency: £385 (to be put towards OAA training)

Sports Premium Grant: 2014-15

Allocation amount:  £8800

The allocated money was spent on the following:

Tong High School curriculum support which included:

  • Planning the PE curriculum from Years Reception to Y6;
  • Teaching the PE curriculum from Years Reception to Y6;
  • Providing Professional Development for teaching and support staff;
  • Demonstrating how PE resources can be used to teach the PE curriculum to all year groups.