PE and Sports Funding

 This is our plan for 2015-2016

2015-16 proposed long term plan PE

 

Sports Premium Grant 

P.E (PHYSICAL EDUCATION) AND SPORTS PREMIUM

Sport Premium is an amount of money which the government has agreed to allocate to schools to increase the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision, and increase participation in PE  and Sport. The funding amount received by schools is based upon the number of children of primary age at the school.  

At Weetwood Primary School Mrs Lowe has the responsibility for developing PE and Sport and deciding upon the effective use of Sport Premium Funding.  Our school already has an excellent reputation for Sport and P.E. and we are proud of all of our sporting achievements. We welcome the additional funding, which will further enhance our provision and provide additional opportunities for increased participation.

 

 

The following table shows how Weetwood Primary School intends to spend the 2015 / 2016 Sports Premium money (£8, 900)

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What we have invested in

The benefits

The impact

Cost

Investing in the Leeds PE and School Sport Offer ( Active Schools)  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professional development for staff which will impact on teaching and learning in PE Curriculum resources 

Extensive competition programme for Early Years Foundation, KS1 and KS2

 

Play on the pitch events

 

Non-competitive festivals for Foundation KS1 and KS2

 

Access to a range of SSP (School Sport Partnerships) programmes

 

Membership to YST (Youth Sports Trust) and Leeds School Sports Association

 

Excellent range in what we offer to the children across school as part of their PE curriculum Improved teaching and learning 

Wider opportunities for participation across all age ranges

 

Wider participation in off-site competitive and participation events for all key stages.

 

Improved leadership skills for S Lowe leading PE and Activity

 

£1000
Investment in playtime experience and activity Teaching a range of games and playtime strategies to the children outside of their PE provision Increased participation and activity at playtime. Research shows that an increase in activity will have a positive impact on concentration in the classroom Less behaviour issues and arguments at playtimes SL Friday afternoons on rolling basis with classes across school from Nursery to Year 6


 

 

A wide range of extra-curricular clubs led by external approved specialists Pupils are experiences a wider breadth of sports Increased participation across all age ranges Tennis – price tba Dance – tba 

Gymnastics SL

 

Running Club SL

 

Curriculum enrichment-  PE will enhance other subjects. We are making more cross curricular links and ensuring that the pupils understand how PE links to other areas  Increased attainment in other subjects and increased activities in core and foundation subjects SL staff meeting yearly and regular updates during staff meeting time
Staff development PE leaders and other teachers are attending are variety of inset through Active schools and other providers Quality wave one teaching in PE lessonsImproved leadership and knowledge of PE leader PE conference attended by head teacher and SL£200
New PE equipment and storage Setting up new PE storage and use of new hall By using a wide range of equipment we want our children to experience a wider range of sports More space in new hall enables more variety of sports to be taught inside Equipment is bought that caters for all ages and abilities providing greater access across the schoolReplacing missing and worn equipment to make lessons effective and efficient 

Outdoor equipment storage shed with easy access to field

 

Investing in equipment for new topics such as dodgeball and orienteering to widen the children’s experience

 

New hall allows for vastly improved PE lessons with more space

£300 equipmentNew storage shed for outdoor equipment 

New hall

 

 

Bikeability  training Improved cycling safety of all children taking part More children leave school with confident cycling skills on the road.  Better road safety skills of children as they transition to High School
Links with other organisations to provide a variety of PE experiences Teachers are always present during these lessons. Through links with Becketts Park University, students on the Sports Coaching Degree course are placed in school in groups to develop teaching skills alongside SL.  Nov to Easter in 4 classes  Becketts Park students come in to run dinnertime clubs – Feb to Easter daily 

Becketts Park ‘Leadership of Physical Activity’ students come in to teach multi skills activities in groups with their lecturers for a 6 week block

 

Links with Lawnswood High school PE department – attending athletics festivals and other festivals along with other local schools

 

Children experience a wide range of qualified coaches within their PE lessonsChildren are enthused and inspired to take part in more sport by spending time with young people sharing their  love of sport with them 

Teacher to pupil ratio of 1:10 allows for high quality lessons where teachers can target specific support to the more or less able.

 

Ideas, planning and activities are shared both ways between the university and SL

 

University lecturers attend sessions regularly and share suggestions and feedback with SL

 

meeting children from other schools and experiencing a high school setting (transition benefits)

Free   - just requires time , support and input from SLDinnertime clubs organisation SL and SW
Taking part in festivals and competitions Various festivals and competitions during the year for a variety of age groups Children experience a variety of sports and activities at other venues and develop good team ethics and friendships with other schoolsChildren learn to win and lose with grace Cover for teachers out of schoolTransport costs where needed 

Kit costs where needed

Report on the use of Sports Funding and Sporting Provision at Weetwood January 2014    by Sarah Lowe

We have bought into the Leeds SLA agreement and this provides us with advice and training opportunities at a vastly reduced price and also buys us into the sporting festivals which we have enjoyed for many years.

Training

Training for teachers is a priority and so far Sarah Lowe has been on the first day of a PE leadership course (second day in March).    Miss Fisk is attending a Reception PE course this month.    The aim is for every teacher to receive some training in PE this year.

Equipment

We have invested in a lot of netball equipment – posts, nets, pump and a class set of netballs to enable Miss Osborn to run a netball club for year 5 and 6.   The club has already taken part in a netball festival.

This equipment was much needed and will benefit Key stage 2 curriculum PE too.

We have also bought in some scarves for KS1 dance.

We also intend to buy some athletics equipment for use throughout school.

Mrs Lowe is looking into the costing of some large playground equipment to enhance playtimes and PE lessons.

Travel

We funded the coach and staffing costs to attend the North East Cross country festival in November.   The children did very well and the boys year 6 team qualified to the winter school games in March as did Izzy Ritchie as an individual.

We also intend to use the money to attend festivals for the rest of the year.

Coaches in school

So far we have had hockey coaches in for years 5 and 6.    Sports coaching students have been working in year 3 (fitness and gymnastics with athletics to come) and year 6 (Sports hall athletics and karate with basketball to come).    Lawnswood PE department staff have also been providing gymnastics in years 4 and 6 this term.   After half term  Leeds Met lecturers and students will be providing coaching in multiskills (KS1), ball skills and team building / problem solving (KS2) to every year in school including lunchtime clubs.   Leeds United are coming after Easter to coach reception, year 1 and year 2 in football skills.

Mrs Lowe is waiting to hear back from enquiries about cricket, dance, rugby and tennis input.   We are hampered by the lack of vetted coaching companies on the Leeds City Council List which we need to use.    We are also tied by the lack of school hall availability after school and the state of the field in the winter.

several days are planned for classes to go to Leeds met for sports sessions including gymnastics, ball skills, athletics and a health fair.

Dinnertime clubs are running in gymnastics twice a week and once after school and netball club will resume when the weather improves.  More clubs are planned after Easter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
   
      
 

Report on the use of Sports Funding and Sporting Provision at Weetwood January 2014    by Sarah Lowe

 

We have bought into the Leeds SLA agreement and this provides us with advice and training opportunities at a vastly reduced price and also buys us into the sporting festivals which we have enjoyed for many years.

Training

Training for teachers is a priority and so far Sarah Lowe has been on the first day of a PE leadership course (second day in March).    Miss Fisk is attending a Reception PE course this month.    The aim is for every teacher to receive some training in PE this year.

Equipment

We have invested in a lot of netball equipment – posts, nets, pump and a class set of netballs to enable Miss Osborn to run a netball club for year 5 and 6.   The club has already taken part in a netball festival.

This equipment was much needed and will benefit Key stage 2 curriculum PE too.

We have also bought in some scarves for KS1 dance.

We also intend to buy some athletics equipment for use throughout school.

Mrs Lowe is looking into the costing of some large playground equipment to enhance playtimes and PE lessons.

Travel

We funded the coach and staffing costs to attend the North East Cross country festival in November.   The children did very well and the boys year 6 team qualified to the winter school games in March as did Izzy Ritchie as an individual.

We also intend to use the money to attend festivals for the rest of the year.

Coaches in school

So far we have had hockey coaches in for years 5 and 6.    Sports coaching students have been working in year 3 (fitness and gymnastics with athletics to come) and year 6 (Sports hall athletics and karate with basketball to come).    Lawnswood PE department staff have also been providing gymnastics in years 4 and 6 this term.   After half term  Leeds Met lecturers and students will be providing coaching in multiskills (KS1), ball skills and team building / problem solving (KS2) to every year in school including lunchtime clubs.   Leeds United are coming after Easter to coach reception, year 1 and year 2 in football skills.

Mrs Lowe is waiting to hear back from enquiries about cricket, dance, rugby and tennis input.   We are hampered by the lack of vetted coaching companies on the Leeds City Council List which we need to use.    We are also tied by the lack of school hall availability after school and the state of the field in the winter.

Several days are planned for classes to go to Leeds met for sports sessions including gymnastics, ball skills, athletics and a health fair.

Dinnertime clubs are running in gymnastics twice a week and once after school and netball club will resume when the weather improves.  More clubs are planned after Easter.

 

 

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