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Sport/PE Premium

St Mary’s Catholic Voluntary Primary Academy will receive £17,390 for the year 2017-18.

There are 5 key indicators that our school will expect to see improvement across:

  • the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school
  • the profile of PE and sport will be raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement
  • increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  • broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  • increased participation in competitive sport

What we have done

Impact

spend

Continued association with school sports partnership

 

Competitions

September

Reception – Funky monkey festival

Year 5 and 6 – Tag Rugby

October

Year 5 and 6 – Tri-golf

Year 5 – Young leader and sports crew training

Year 3 – Tag rugby development

Year 1 – multi skills invasion festival

November

Year 5 – sports hall athletics

 

 

 

 

NQT team teaching with M. Dunford

 

 

Network meetings for PE lead teacher

Individual support by M. Dunford

 

Increased participation in competitive sport

Opportunity for participation in a wider range of sports and activities.

Tracking of attendance in each event to ensure all children are given opportunity to participate.

 

 

 

 

 

Raising of PE profile

·         notice board

·         photographs on facebook

·         certificates for participation in events

·         fair play awards

 

 

Staff training and support has given staff more confidence to deliver high quality PE lessons.

 

 

Support given to plan

·         curriculum map

·         action plan

 

 

Staff training

October

Healthy movers – Mrs Rowe

 

 

 

Staff are more confident to deliver curricular PE.

Information and training disseminated to others in team.

 

 

£65

Bought in provision for curricular PE

Autumn 1

 

Eston Leisure centre – swimming (3/4 hour per week)

Year 5

 

Miss A Birkbeck – dance (2 hours)

Years 1 and 2

 

Redcar Rugby Club – Tag rugby (2 hours)

Years 5 and 6

 

Autumn 2

 

Eston Leisure centre – swimming (3/4 hour per week)

Year 5

 

Miss A Birkbeck – dance (2 hours)

Years 3 and 4

 

Redcar Rugby Club – Tag rugby (2 hours)

Years 3 and 6

 

Mr Glenn Smith – gymnastics (2 hours)

Years 4 and 5

Staff will work with providers to learn from them.

Improved confidence in delivery of curriculum PE.

Links with clubs that will promote participation out of school.

 

Equipment

Equipment bought for outside play and for curriculum PE.

·         Footballs

·         Bean bags

·         Hoops

·         Parachute

·         Small balls

·         Space hoppers

Equipment has increased participation in physically active activities on the playground, during Mary’s movers and during planned PE sessions.

 

Sports leaders have used the new equipment to set up activities for younger children to take part in and staff have used equipment as part of their extra activity each day.

 

Transport

 

Provision of transport will allow children to travel to:

•     Eston leisure centre

•     Ryehills school

•     St. Peters school

•     Saltburn Golf club

•     Normanby primary

•     Guisborough branch    

       walkway

·         Hillsview academy

 

St Mary’s Catholic Voluntary Primary Academy received £8,685 for the year 2016-17.

SCHOOL SPORTS PREMIUM 16/17 £8685

PARTICIPATION THIS YEAR

IMPACT

 

COST

 

Joined the School Sports Partnership. Continued association with

o    Inter school competitions
Tag Rugby Y3 & Y4
Leadership training Y5
Tag Rugby Y5 & Y6
Multi Skills Y1 & Y2
Tri Golf Y5
Quicksticks Hockey Y3 & Y4
Cross Country
Mini Hockey Y5 & Y6
Football Y3 & Y4
Table Tennis Y5
Kwik Cricket Y4
Mini Tennis Y3
Quad Kids Athletics Y3
Kwik Cricket Y6
Julia Donaldson Adventure trail Y1/2

o    Balanceability

o    Bikeability years 3 and 5

 

We have continued to increased participation in competitive sports.

Tracking has ensured participation in at least one event by every child in the school.

More B teams have been involved in key stage 2 this year.

 

 

£4342

o    Support for teaching PE in school –

o    Staff training – Basketball
Skipping
Tag Rugby
Gymnastics
Dance
Hockey
Netball

o     

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Training given in has improved provision of challenging Lessons

 

Skipping used during Mary’s Movers and lunch time/play time

Staff training has impacted on confidence in delivery of PE which gives a better experience for the children.

 

£200

o    Network meeting for PE subject leaders

 

Level 5 training for PE leader

 

Support given to PE subject lead to plan and implement

·         PE Curriculum map

Action plan

 

£850

o    Simon Carson Y5 lunch time

o    Simon Carson Y2 covering PE session

o    Karen Winspear – PE Coaching with children

 

 

Increased participation and enjoyment in sport. Children who were previously reluctant to participate can be seen to be enjoying exercise, appreciating the need

 

£3575

 

PARTICIPATION THIS YEAR

IMPACT

COST

 

Equipment

Basket balls and nets

Footballs

Spacehoppers

Skipping ropes

Various size balls

Hoops

Parachute

Bean bags

Storage cupboards

 

Equipment has increased participation in physically active activities on the playground, during Mary’s movers and during planned PE sessions.

 

Sports leaders have used the new equipment to set up activities for younger children to take part in and staff have used equipment as part of their extra activity each day.

 

£500

 

Provided the opportunity for staff to undertake training to support delivery of PE

o    Level 1 swimming teacher

o    Funky Feet (foundation stage)

o    Top Sports Outdoor and Adventure

o    First Funs Course (foundation stage)

o    Change 4 Life Training 

Level 5 Certificate in Primary School Physical Education Specialism

 

 

Used to support the delivery of PE in school.

 

£850

Transport to sports events

Provision of transport has enabled children to travel to St. Peter’s school, Ryehills secondary school, Eston Leisure Centre, Redcar Rugby Club, Guisborough Branch walkway and Hillsview Academy. Saltburn Golf club and Normanby primary school

£1825

 

St. Mary’s Sport Premium Action Plans:

The Action Plans are written with support from the Redcar and Eston School Sport Partnership, with the aim to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and Sport. When writing the Action plan, three key areas were considered; Physical Education, Healthy Active Lifestyles, and Competitive School Sport.

For further information regarding our action plans please view the below documents.

St. Mary’s Sport Premium Funding Action Plan 2015/16

This document shows funding impact and sustainability of the sports premium money allocated to St Mary’s.

St Mary’s Action Plan 2016-17

For more information on the SSP, visit their website on the link below.

www.redcar-estonssp.co.uk

Further information about St. Mary’s participation in sport can be found on

https://www.yourschoolgames.com/your-school/profile/slug/st-marys-catholic-voluntary-primary-academy