Sports Premium

Sports Premium 16-17

The Government have issued a sports premium of £9025 (similar to that of the pupil premium), for academic years 2013 to 2014 onwards with the aim to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

At Park Junior School we are spending just over half of our Sports Premium working with external agencies. They will be building staff CPD (along with their confidence and skillsets) and providing children with expert coaching in a variety of sports – many of which the children will not have come across before.

The aims of our Sports Premium spending are

* To develop a comprehensive curriculum supporting fundamental skills in line with new curriculum and OFSTED framework

* To develop knowledge and ability, to lead continued professional development (CPD) for Park staff & other schools

* To increase development of fundamental dance skills

* To increase participation of ‘non dancers’

* To continue to build confidence and enjoyment of Gymnastics in school from last years focus.

* To establish early pathways into extra-curricular sport

How are we spending the money?

Continued Curriculum Development – support for Teachers and Support staff:

Continuing with ongoing ‘Real PE’ fundamental and advanced skills staff training for all staff members.

Curriculum Development – Co-coaching with staff:

Staff to receive Dance CPD training from an external agency (similar to the Gymnastics and ‘Games’ from last year).

To continue to develop Gymnastics and ‘Games’ through multi sports in lesson time

Training personalised to CPD needs - Dance identified in some year groups as area staff would like support.

Competition and Festivals:

Children inspired to participate in more sporting activities, both competitive and non-competitive.

Park teams to take part in inter & intra School Games Competitions.

The Sports Premium has enabled cover for competitions which take part during curriculum time.

After School Clubs:

A survey of children showed a desire for more clubs including: table tennis, dance (Zumba) and hockey.

Children inspired to participate in more sporting activities, both competitive and non-competitive.

Some are run by our well trained enthusiastic staff and to some we invite in external experts from local sports clubs and academies.

A local gymnastics club ‘Flip & Twist’ uses our facilities to offer gymnastics to the local community a couple of times a week. The local football club uses our facilities to offer football skills to the local community.

Judo offers expert tuition.

Sports Premium 15-16

The Government have issued a sports premium of £9130 (similar to that of the pupil premium), for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

At Park Junior School we are spending just over half of our Sports Premium working with Real PE.

The aims of our Sports Premium spending are

* To identify learning styles of individual children

* To develop a comprehensive curriculum supporting fundamental skills in line with new curriculum and OFSTED framework

* To develop knowledge and ability, to lead continued professional development (CPD) for Park staff & other schools

* To increase development of fundamental gymnastic skills

* To increase participation of ‘non gymnasts’

* To establish early pathways into extra-curricular sport

How are we spending the money?

Continued Curriculum Development – support for Teachers and Support staff:

Continuing with ongoing ‘Real PE’ fundamental and advanced skills staff training for all staff members.

Curriculum Development – Co-coaching with staff:

Staff to be mentored by professionals in Gymnastics and Invasion games (run by various external experts). These games to be built on top of children’s multi skills learning, allowing them to use their new found skills in a game (competitive or non-competitive) setting.

Training personalised to CPD needs - Gymnastics identified as area staff would like support.

Teachers believe their ability has increased to deliver a sequence of lessons in Gymnastics and Games thanks to the expert coaching, which Class Teachers got to observe first hand. In depth planning has been gathered and this will help teachers plan exciting and varied lessons in the future.

Competition and Festivals:

Children inspired to participate in more sporting activities, both competitive and non-competitive.

Park teams to take part in inter & intra School Games Competitions.

The Sports Premium has enabled cover for competitions which take part during curriculum time.

Increased participation in inter & intra competitions. Park children took part in thirteen competitions (up on last year). We aim to provide even more competitions next year. Year 4 enjoyed their day at the Longfield Games Festival, and we’re hoping to repeat this next year if the event happens again.

After School Clubs:

A survey of children showed a desire for more clubs including: table tennis and gymnastics and archery (again).

Children inspired to participate in more sporting activities, both competitive and non-competitive.

Some are run by our well trained enthusiastic staff and to some we invite in external experts from local sports clubs and academies.

A local gymnastics club ‘Flip & Twist’ uses our facilities to offer gymnastics to the local community The local football club uses our facilities to offer football skills to the local community

It was another successful year in regards to After School Clubs. For the second year in a row 6 new clubs were introduced and children’s participation increased. 70% of children have attended at least one club (up roughly 10% on the previous year) whereas children who attended 2 or more clubs went up by 16.5% on last year to 47.5%. For the first time, children who represented the school was calculated. For the year 15-16 35% of children represented the school in an official competition, we would like to increase on that next year. Pupils enjoyed the wide variety of clubs

and shared their positive views in the pupil survey and also mentioned clubs they would like to see next year. Table tennis was not introduced this year but plans have already been put in place for next year.

Quotes for pupil survey – Year ending 15-16

“I enjoy that we do different sports in our PE including Frisbee and archery.” Bella  (y4)

“The sport has been very fun and enjoyable and I liked that in Netball we have actual hoops to score in.” Evie  (y5)

“In PE (lessons) it is so so fun that I’d rather do that than play video games!!!” Kaiden  (y5)

“They (the coaches and teachers) make it really clear when you don’t understand and I like the challenge.” Ruby  (y5)

“Districts Sports is the highlight of my school year, getting to run this year with my friends was awesome!” Sienna  (y6)

Sports Premium 14-15

The Government have issued a sports premium of £9130 (similar to that of the pupil premium), for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

At Park Junior School we are spending just over half of our Sports Premium working with Real PE.

The aims of our Sports Premium spending are

  • To identify learning styles of individual children
  • To develop a comprehensive curriculum supporting fundamental skills in line with new curriculum and OFSTED framework
  • To develop knowledge and ability, to lead continued professional development (CPD) for Park staff & other schools
  • To increase development of fundamental gymnastic skills
  • To increase participation of ‘non gymnasts’
  • To establish early pathways into extra-curricular sport

How are we spending the money?

Continued Curriculum Development – support for Teachers and Support staff:

Continuing with ongoing ‘Real PE’ fundamental and advanced skills staff training for all staff members.

Teachers believe their ability has increased to plan and deliver a sequence of lessons to develop children’s’ skills from basic to advanced.

Curriculum Development – Co-coaching with staff:

Staff to be mentored by professionals from ‘Real PE’

Training personalised to CPD needs.

Teachers believe their ability has increased to plan and deliver a sequence of lessons to develop children’s’ skills from basic to advanced.

Competition and Festivals:

Children inspired to participate in more sporting activities, both competitive and non-competitive.

Park teams to take part in inter & intra School Games Competitions.

The Sports Premium has enabled cover for competitions which take part during curriculum time.

Increased participation in inter & intra competitions. Park children took part in twelve competitions compared to last year’s seven. We aim to provide even more competitions next year.

After School Clubs:

A survey of children showed a desire for more clubs including: archery, netball, athletics and tennis.

Children inspired to participate in more sporting activities, both competitive and non-competitive.

Some are run by our well trained enthusiastic staff and to some we invite in external experts from local sports clubs and academies.

A local gymnastics club ‘Flip & Twist’ uses our facilities to offer gymnastics to the local community The local football club uses our facilities to offer football skills to the local community

Increased take up of wider choice of clubs (6 new clubs offered this year). Pupils enjoyed the wide variety of clubs and shared their positive views in the pupil survey.

“I now feel confident enough to cycle on the roads.” Jamie , CYCLING CLUB

“The coaching helped me break into the Year 6 team.” Alex , FOOTBALL CLUB

“We all learnt loads of new skills and won the Judo Tournament.” Alice , JUDO CLUB

“It’s a new sport for me, I’ve never played it before – I really like it.” Joe , NETBALL CLUB

“I’ve never had this opportunity before – I loved it!” Jayden , ARCHERY CLUB

Sports Premium 13 -14

The Government has issued a sports premium £9000  (similar to that of the pupil premium), for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

At Park Junior School we are spending just over half of our Sports Premium working with Real PE.

The aims of our Sports Premium spending are

  • To identify learning styles of individual children
  • To develop a comprehensive curriculum supporting fundamental skills in line with new curriculum and OFSTED framework
  • To develop knowledge and ability, to lead continued professional development (CPD) for Park staff & other schools
  • To increase development of fundamental gymnastic skills
  • To develop pathways into competition
  • To increase participation of ‘non gymnasts’
  • To establish early pathways into extra-curricular sport

How are we spending the money?

Curriculum Development – support for Teachers:

Introduced ongoing ‘Real PE’ fundamental skills staff training for all staff members.

Staff feel more confident with structured scheme.

All staff benefited from INSET training with external professionals CPD targeted to individual needs.

Curriculum Development – Co-coaching with staff:

Looking towards the implementation of the new curriculum alongside the new aspects of the 'Real PE' curriculum our specialised PE Subject Leaders have been attending workshops and training rolling out to our staff.

Subject Leaders observed coaching of staff.

All staff had evauative sessions with Real PE consultants Staff received personalised CPD

Staff more confident with skills delivery. (questionaire)

Competition and Festivals:

Park teams regularly take part in inter & intra School Games Competitions.

The Sports Premium has enabled cover for competitions which take part during curriculum time.

Teams participated in wide range of internal and external competitions.

Funding released teachers to organise and run tournaments. (Girls football, rounders, tag rugby, cricket, etc)

Children’s enthusiasm for sport increased. (questionaire)

After School Clubs:

We offer numerous extra-curricular clubs each term.

Some are run by our well trained enthusiastic staff and to some we invite in external experts from local sports clubs and academies.

A local gymnastics club ‘Flip & Twist’ uses our facilities to offer gymnastics to the local community

The local football club uses our facilities to offer football skills to the local community

Many clubs offered to children run by trained school staff and external professionals.

Funding has increased the number of clubs on offer to increase availability for children participating in more sports.