Primary Physical Education and Sport Premium
From September 2013 all primary schools across England have received a share of the Government £150m pa Primary Physical Education and Sport Premium.The funding is ring-fenced andmust be spent on improving the provision and quality of PE and sport in primary schools so that pupils develop healthy lifestyles.
Christopher Rawlins CE Primary School has received £8960 for the 2015-2016 academic year.
£2000 of this funding has been spent on our annual affiliation to North Oxfordshire School Sport Partnership (NOSSP). This affiliation gives Christopher Rawlins access to regular expert advice from a secondary PE specialist, weekly in-school support for teachers from specialist PE mentors , quality assured professional development training for teachers and teaching assistants, occasional input and support from qualified sports coaches, access to regular sports competitions and festivals including national School Games competitions, support with the development and delivery of primary Change4Life sports clubs and evaluation tools to help measure and monitor progress and impact.
NOSSP affiliation also provides automatic full primary membership to Youth Sport Trust and a range of additional benefits and support including the Youth Sport Trust Quality Mark.
For a copy of our agreement with North Oxfordshire School Sport Partnership please click here.
The remaining PE and Sport Premium funding has continued to be used to:
- Provide and facilitate staff training to improve the delivery of high quality PE lessons to our children.
- Provide for mentoring of staff to develop the quality of teaching and learning in Physical Education.
- To support in the Change for Life Clubs that run in school.
- To help support in the development of a wider range of sports that the children are able to participate in.
- To provide resources for curriculum time as well as playtimes
Review of key actions implemented this year
|Key priorities to date:||Key Achievements|
|To continue to develop staff confidence and competence in the delivery of high quality P.E. through the support of an experienced teacher (P.E. Coordinator) acting as a mentor to staff and through access to a range of CPD opportunities.
The main aims of the mentor/Coordinator are to
· Promote , develop and support the delivery of high quality teaching and learning.
· Help staff to develop confidence and competence.
· Ensure the school provides a broad, rich and engaging curriculum.
· Support teachers to achieve high outcomes through P.E. physical activity and sport.
· Promote the understanding of the contribution P.E. to school improvement.
· Review and update schemes of work and assessment tools.
|· The PE Coordinator has worked alongside staff in four year groups to date.( Year 1,2,4 and 6).
· These staff have been supported to plan, deliver and assess aspects of the PE curriculum that staff requested: dance, gymnastics, net wall games and sending and receiving with year1.
· Schemes of work have been developed for staff to use in the future.
· Other staff have attended CPD courses:
· A special needs T.A, attended the differentiation in P.E. workshop.
· The year 6 teacher attended the KS2 Top Sport Workshop.
· The Year 5 teacher and T.A. attended the Top Athletics Workshop.
· Two T.A.s and the P.E. coordinator attended a table tennis teacher’s award course.
· Nurture T.A. attended Young Leaders conference.
· Hockey Coaches from Bloxham school have delivered sessions to children in Year 5 and are due to deliver sessions to children in Year 4.
|To develop the P.E. Coordinator’s skills as a mentor and coordinator, through attending relevant courses.
|· The P.E. Coordinator attended a Level 3 Mentor Course and is currently working through the tasks leading to this qualification.
· The PE coordinator has attended the NOSSP primary PE. day which focused on ‘The Power of an Active School’ and in June will attend the second day ‘From Physically Literate to Physically Educated’
· Time has been given at staff meetings to feedback aspects of courses attended
|To extend the range of sports activities to encourage more children to take up sport||· Following a survey of all children we were successful in our bid for funding for table tennis equipment and are now running two extra after school table tennis clubs.|
|To provide resources to support the planning and delivery of high quality P.E.||· The Rawmarsh S.O.W. has been purchased to support staff from FS up to KS2 with their planning.|
Through the input of a PE Mentor, all staff have grown in confidence and competence thus enhancing the quality of teaching and learning. TA’s who work with children with special needs have attended an inclusion PE workshop.
The number and range of extra-curricular activities has increased and we celebrate regular participation through the use of a passport system.
Our children have been able to take part in a range of competitive and non-competitive activities. We monitor and strategically target pupils for these events to ensure participation, confidence and well-being are improved.
We have developed positive attitudes to health and well- being across the school. Our Change 4 Life Club is in its third year with previous members being used as leaders. They have developed a leaflet promoting healthy lunches which has been sent to the whole school.
We continue to maintain and develop links with community sports clubs. Children have taken up places local clubs following taster sessions and have benefitted from the expertise of these coaches.
For full details of our PE and Sport Premium spend for this academic year, the impact it has had/will have on pupils’ PE and sports participation and attainment, and information on how we plan to make these improvements sustainable, please click here
Christopher Rawlins has achieved Silver Youth Sport Trust Quality Mark 2015-2016 for our current PE provision and outcomes, and Gold School Games Mark 2015-2016 for our commitment to and the development of competition, school sport and physical education across our school and into the local community.