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Langford Village Academy PE Budget 2017-18

 

Academic Year: 2017-18    
Total Funding Allocation: £17240 Funding Allocated so far:  £17240
Actual Funding Spent:   Funding to be Allocated: £0

 

PE and Sport Premium Action Plan 2017-18

Indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity –  kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

Objective Key Actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes
1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership
  • Children will be given coaching in a number of activities that will support their learning.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors
£2300
  • Children will be more confident at a range of activities.

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children. 

To support less active children by offering a lunch time club ran by SSG

 

To support children who are gifted and talented in PE.

  • Children will be supported through multi skills and change for life schemes.

 

  • KS1 Club and KS2 Club to be run at lunchtime by SSG for SEND and less active children

 

  • KS2 club to be run for G&T children

£531

(including 3 clubs)

  • Teachers will be able to expand their teaching, teaching children new skills because we have appropriate equipment.
Equipment provided to provide engagement for pupils
  • Kit bags provided to take home

 

  • Exciting equipment to promote variety of sports
£1000
  • Improved engagement of children in sport

 

Indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Objective Key Actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes
1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership
  • Children will be given coaching in a number of activities that will support their learning.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors
£2300
  • Children will have a broader curriculum due to children being invited to different sporting events

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children. 
Replacement Trim Trail
  • Children will be able to stay active during break and lunchtimes due to permanent equipment outside
£11168 (to be put with the money already saved-£3695+£150 from PTA)
  • Children will have more access to equipment outside of the school.

 

  • Enjoyment and participation of PE experiences will increase.

 

  • This allocation may be used this year or will be saved to buy bigger equipment for the children.

 

 

Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching Physical Education and sport

Objective Key Actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes
1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership
  • Children will be given coaching in a number of activities that will support their learning.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors

 

  • New staff will have adequate training
£2300
  • Children will be more confident at a range of activities.

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children. 

 

  • All staff will feel comfortable tin teaching and assessing PE
Purchase Dance Notes Curriculum plans to support the teaching of Dance in Key Stages 1 and 2.
  • Access to up-to-date dance planning complete with music.
£140
  • Staff will have in-depth planning for dance, improving knowledge and confidence.

 

  • Children will have access to a fun and exciting dance curriculum.
Subscription to AfPE
  • Access to a range of documents and training.

 

  • Savings on important documents and resources.
£85
  • Staff will have up-to-date resources and materials

 

 

Indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Objective Key Actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes 
1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership
  • Children will compete in activities against other local schools.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors
£2300
  • Children will have a broader curriculum due to children being invited to different sporting events

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children. 

New Equipment - Recording and streaming devices

 

(3xandroid tablets and a casting device for hall computer)

  • Children and staff will be able to use ICT equipment to improve skills

 

  • Staff will be able to record festivals and vents more adding to the profile of the whole school in advertising our PE.
£1000
  • Children will be able to assess their own skills by using computing equipment to record and analyse.

 

  • Videos, music and photos will be easily accessed for children to use as stimuli in lessons.
Lunchtime Dance Class & taster sessions and preparation for Dance Festival
  • Children will complete in Dance Festival
£706
  • Children will learn dance skills

 

  •  Increased confidence

 

  • Teamwork producing dance
Tennis coaching
  • Children able to attend Tennis Festival
£240
  • Increased skills and confidence
Bikeablility
  • Children to learn about road safety
£70
  • Can ride bikes safely and confidently

 

 

Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

 

Objective Key Actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes

1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD

  • Children will be expected to attend more festivals and competitions.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors
£2300
  • Children will have a broader curriculum due to children being invited to different sporting events

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children. 

PE and Sport Premium Impact Review 2017-18

Indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity –  kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

 

Key Actions taken Actual Outcomes Actual Cost Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence Sustainability/ next steps 
1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Support was given to staff and children about different activities.

 

  • Competitions encouraged after-school clubs for children to participate in.

 

  • Festivals provided children with a range of activities.
£2300
  • Staff have had more experience of trips/festivals and sports.

 

  • Children have verbally commented on the enjoyment of activities and festivals that they have participated in.
Re-join to keep these benefits.

To support less active children by offering a lunch time club ran by SSG

 

To support children who are gifted and talented in PE.

  • All children in KS1 and KS2 with SEND have had the opportunity to participate in extra sports during school time.

 

  • All KS2 Children who are considered G&T have had the opportunity to take part in a sports club within school time.

£531

(including 3 clubs)

  • Number of children participating in sports will increase.

 

  • More children want to join in and have participated in other clubs.

 

  • Children are getting support and being stretched to the best of their ability.

Continue next

year

Replacement Trim Trail.
  • Ongoing. Old trim trail removed, cleard and area grassed. Meetings have happened to discuss funding with PTA and a plan for the trim trail has been designed. 
£1000 (to clear area)
  • PTA have supported the school to get involved and donate money.
  • Ongoing
  • (£2000 to be spent)

 

 

Indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Key Actions taken Actual Outcomes Actual Cost Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence Sustainability/ next steps
1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Children will be given coaching in a number of activities that will support their learning.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors

 

  • More PE staff hve offered after-school clubs to provide lessons before competitions, making the curriculum rich and inviting

 

  • Festivals provided children with a range of activities.
£2300
  • Staff have had more experience of trips/festivals and sports.

 

  • Children have verbally commented on the enjoyment of activities and festivals that they have participated in.

 

  • Staff have taught more lessons as an After-school Club to prepare children for their competitions, supporting the children through their understanding and skills within a sport-specific area.
Re-join to keep these benefits.
Replacement Trim Trail.
  • Ongoing. Old trim trail removed, cleared and area grassed. Meetings have happened to discuss funding with PTA and a plan for the trim trail has been designed.
£1000 (to clear area)
  • PTA have supported the school to get involved and donate money.

 

  • Children will have access to equipment during break and lunch times & all year round.
  • Ongoing
  • (£2000 to be spent)
Luton Town Football Club
  • Children were given coaching skills to support their learning in PE
£240
  • Children enthusiastic about football and improve their skills. More participation in sport.

Develop club links to ensure children use their skills. Promotes active learning at home.

 

 

Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching Physical Education and sport

Key Actions taken Actual Outcomes Actual Cost Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence Sustainability/ next steps
1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Staff have been able to access more resources and CPD should they need it through the partnership
£2300
  • Staff have had more experience of trips/festivals and sports.

 

  • Children have verbally commented on the enjoyment of activities and festivals that they have participated in.
Re-join to keep these benefits.
Purchase Cambridge Scheme of Work for PE
  • Staff have been able to use the scheme as a framework to build on lessons for children.

 

  • Planning has been consistent and supports the new National Curriculum Framework.

 

  • Coordinator has made an assessment grid using the guidance from the scheme
£295
  • Children will have access to a consistent curriculum that builds up on the previously taught skills.

 

  • Staff have had planning that is easy to use and follow and that is consistent between classes and builds on skills.
Continue to build on planning
Purchase Dance Notes Curriculum plans to support the teaching of Dance in Key Stages 1 and 2.
  • Staff have had to up-to-date dance planning complete with music.

 

  • Staff feel more confident with the planning as it is specific to dance (an area in need of development due to confidence)
£140
  • Staff will have in-depth planning for dance, improving knowledge and confidence.

 

  • Children have had access to a fun and exciting dance curriculum that has linked in with their topic.
Continue to subscribe as new dances and resources are posted.
Subscription to AfPE
  • Access to a range of documents and training.

 

  • Savings on important documents and resources.

 

  • Bought the new Safety in PESS book
£85
  • Staff have had up-to-date resources and materials and we have a copy of the newest safety book to ensure that our PE curriculum is safe.
Continue next year

 

 

Indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Key Actions taken Actual Outcomes Actual Cost Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence Sustainability/ next steps 
1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Children have attended many competitions put on by Redborne

 

  • More Year 4 Ambassadors were trained and work to support the school.
£2300
  • Children have had the experiences of participating in may level 2 competitions.

 

  • More children have attended as the competitions are more local this year.

 

  • Year 4 Leaders have developed their own games in sports that is provided to KS1 during the winter months.

 

  • KS2 have had transition events that have included disability sports.
Re-join to keep these benefits.
New Equipment (Including a variety of balls and throwing resources to support children with differing needs).
  • Children have been able to take on their own learning by having access to a variety of equipment.

 

  • Children have been able to challenge themselves and amend their learning based on their needs (taking control of their learning)

 

  • Children have had more exciting equipment to use that is imaginative and resourceful.
£926
  • Children have taken ownership in lessons of their learning as they have been allowed to experiment with and challenge their skills because of the equipment we have bought.

 

  • Children seem more confident to ‘have a go’ with multiple pieces of equipment to practise the same skills – finding depth in learning.
  • Ensure that the equipment is safe to use and replace as necessary.

 

  • Use equipment in every lessons to support growth of children

 

 

Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Key Actions taken Actual Outcomes Actual Cost Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence Sustainability/ next steps 
1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Children have attended many competitions put on by Redborne

 

  • More Year 4 Ambassadors were trained and work to support the school.
£2300
  • Children have had the experiences of participating in may level 2 competitions.

 

  • More children have attended as the competitions are more local this year.
Re-join to keep these benefits.
New sports kit for KS2 competitions.
  • Kits have been sorted and purchase is almost final.
£600
  • Staff and children will feel like a team as they will all be in ‘uniform’ when representing the school. Staff have commented that they eel disjointed as a team when they go to festivals.
Ongoing

 

 

Langford Village Academy PE Budget 2016-17

Academic Year: 2016- 2017
Total Funding Allocation: £8650
Actual Funding Spent:  

 

PE and Sport Premium Action Plan 2016-17

Indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity –  kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

Objective Key Actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes
1-year subscription to Redborne Partnership
  • Children will be given coaching in a number of activities that will support their learning.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors
£2000 + £500 (for Extra Support)
  • Children will be more confident at a range of activities.

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children. 

To support less active children by offering a lunch time club ran by SSG

 

To support children who are gifted and talented in PE.

  • Children will be supported through multi skills and change for life schemes.

 

  • KS1 Club and KS2 Club to be run at lunchtime by SSG for SEND and less active children

 

  • KS2 club to be run for G&T children

£531

(including 3 clubs)

  • Teachers will be able to expand their teaching, teaching children new skills because we have appropriate equipment.

 

 

Indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Objective Key Actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes
1-year subscription to Redborne Partnership
  • Children will be given coaching in a number of activities that will support their learning.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors
£2000 + £500 (for Extra Support)
  • Children will have a broader curriculum due to children being invited to different sporting events

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children. 
Replacement Trim Trail.
  • Children will be able to stay active during break and lunchtimes due to permanent equipment outside.
£3000
  • Children will have more access to equipment outside of the school.

 

  • Enjoyment and participation of PE experiences will increase.

 

  • This allocation may be used this year or will be saved to buy bigger equipment for the children.

 

 

Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching Physical Education and sport

Objective Key Actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes
1-year subscription to Redborne Partnership
  • Children will be given coaching in a number of activities that will support their learning.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors
£2000 + £500 (for Extra Support)
  • Children will be more confident at a range of activities.

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children. 
Purchase Cambridge Scheme of Work for PE
  • Planning for teachers will be consistent and easy to follow, allowing them to focus on their time with the children
£295
  • Children will have access to a consistent curriculum that builds up on the previously taught skills.

 

  • Staff will have planning that is easy to use and follow.
Purchase Dance Notes Curriculum plans to support the teaching of Dance in Key Stages 1 and 2.
  • Access to up-to-date dance planning complete with music.
£140
  • Staff will have in-depth planning for dance, improving knowledge and confidence.

 

  • Children will have access to a fun and exciting dance curriculum.
Subscription to AfPE
  • Access to a range of documents and training.

 

  • Savings on important documents and resources.
£85
  • Staff will have up-to-date resources and materials

 

 

Indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Objective  Key Actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes
1-year subscription to Redborne Partnership
  • Children will be able to compete in activities against other local schools.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors
£2000 + £500 (for Extra Support)
  • Children will have a broader curriculum due to children being invited to different sporting events

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children.  
New Equipment (Including a variety of balls and throwing resources to support children with differing needs).
  • Children will be able to use a range of resources, supporting their developmental needs and allowing them to  take ownership of their learning.
£1000
  • Children will be able to use a multitude of different resources for activities, supporting their needs and encouraging them to achieve.

 

  • Children will progress, feel confident and enjoy PE

 

 

Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Objective Key Actions Allocated funding  Anticipated outcomes
1-year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Children will be expected to attend more festivals and competitions.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors
£2000 + £500 (for CPD)
  • Children will have a broader curriculum due to children being invited to different sporting events

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children. 
New sports kit for KS2 competitions.
  • Children will be able to wear a team sports kit when representing the school.
£500
  • Children will be able to identify as a team, thus promoting the values of the games within competitions.

PE and Sport Premium Impact Review 2016-17

Indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity –  kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

Key Actions taken Actual Outcomes Actual Cost Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence Sustainability/ next steps
1-year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Support was given to staff and children about different activities.

 

  • Competitions encouraged after-school clubs for children to participate in.

 

  • Festivals provided children with a range of activities.
£2000
  • Staff who taught tag-rugby feel more confident (as evidenced through feedback forms).

 

  • Children have verbally commented on the enjoyment of activities and festivals that they have participated in.
Re-join to keep these benefits.
New mats for Gymnastic lessons
  • Mats were purchased in the new year for Gymnastic lessons
£390
  • Staff enjoyed using the new equipment.

 

  • Children were able to perform continuous sequences as the mats stick together.
Children will be taught how to handle mats early in their PE career so that the mats stay intact.
Change for Life Training
  • No official training was offered locally.

 

  • PES coordinator encouraged YR 4 leaders to take on this role.
£179.90
  • A structure to support KS1 children was put in place by the Year Four Leaders to encourage PE at lunch times.

 

  • New equipment was purchased.
This will now be part of the Yr4 Leadership training and responsibilities.

 

 

Indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Key Actions taken Actual Outcomes Actual Cost Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence Sustainability/ next steps
1-year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Support was given to staff and children about different activities.

 

  • Competitions encouraged after-school clubs for children to participate in.

 

  • Festivals provided children with a range of activities.
£2000
  • Increased the number of competitions for children to attend.

 

  • New web page for the year four leaders.

 

  • The CPD offered encouraged staff to participate more in physical activity.
Re-join to keep these benefits.

 

 

Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching Physical Education and sport

Key Actions taken Actual Outcomes Actual Cost Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence Sustainability/ next steps
1-year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Support was given to staff and children about different activities

 

  • Competitions encouraged after-school clubs for children to participate in.

 

  • Festivals provided children with a range of activities.
£2000
  • Staff who taught tag-rugby feel more confident (as evidenced through feedback forms).

 

  • Children have verbally commented on the enjoyment of activities and festivals that they have participated in.
Re-join to keep these benefits.
Subscription to AfPE
  • Given access to resources.
£85
  • Resources to support staff in their skills and attitudes to PE have been utilised.

Re-join to keep benefits and investigate kitemark award.

Level 5/6 AfPE Training for Sports Co-ordinator
  • Staff member supported to develop their subject knowledge.
£1000
  • Subject knowledge has increased, as well as the confidence to analyse, plan and assess for different key stages and different activities.

 

  • Advice can be given within school to staff.
More confidence to plan for children, including vulnerable groups (such as SEND and G & T)

 

 

Indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Key Actions taken Actual Outcomes Actual Cost Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence steps Sustainability/ next steps 
1-year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Support was given to staff and children about different activities.

 

  • Competitions encouraged after-school clubs for children to participate in.

 

  • Festivals provided children with a range of activities.
£2000
  • Increased the number of competitions for children to attend.

 

  • New web page for the year four leaders.

 

  • The CPD offered encouraged staff to participate more in physical activity.
Re-join to keep these benefits.
New mats for Gymnastic lessons
  • Mats were purchased in the new year for Gymnastic lessons
£390
  • Staff enjoyed using the new equipment.

 

  • Children were able to perform continuous sequences as the mats stick together.
Children will be taught how to handle mats early in their PE career so that the mats stay intact.
Change for Life Training
  • No official training was offered locally.

 

  • PES coordinator encouraged YR 4 leaders to take on this role.
£179.90
  • A structure to support KS1 children was put in place by the Year Four Leaders to encourage PE at lunch times.

 

  • New equipment was purchased.
This will now be part of the Yr4 Leadership training and responsibilities.
Sports Coach
  • Children have been taught by a sports coach.
£3600
  • Particular sports have been taught at a higher level due to the coach having an interest and qualifications in that area.
To be taken from staffing budget.

 

 

Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Key Actions taken Actual Outcomes Actual Cost Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence  Sustainability/ next steps

1-year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD

  • Support was given to staff and children about different activities.

 

  • Competitions encouraged after-school clubs for children to participate in.

 

  • Festivals provided children with a range of activities.

£2000
  • Increased the number of competitions for children to attend.

 

  • New web page for the year four leaders.

 

  • The CPD offered encouraged staff to participate more in physical activity.
Re-join to keep these benefits.

 

Langford Village Academy PE Budget 2015-16

 

Academic Year:  2015-2016
Total Funding Allocation: £8650
Actual Funding Spent:  

 

Action Plan 2015-16

Indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity –  kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

Objective  Key Actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes
1-year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Children will be given coaching in a number of activities that will support their learning.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors
£2000 + £500 (for CPD)
  • Children will be more confident at a range of activities.

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children. 
New mats for Gymnastic lessons
  • Children will have new equipment to learn and practise with.
£390
  • Teachers will be able to expand their teaching, teaching children new skills because we have appropriate equipment.
Change for Life Training
  • Less active children will be able to join in with activities specifically aimed at them
£500
  • Children will be more confident and comfortable with sports, activities and skills.

 

  • Children will be more active during break and lunch times.

 

 

Indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Objective Key Actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes
1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Children will be expected to attend more festivals and competitions.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors
£2000 + £500 (for CPD)
  • Children will have a broader curriculum due to children being invited to different sporting events

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children. 

 

 

Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching Physical Education and sport

Objective  Key Actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes
1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Staff will receive free CPD training through Redborne SP.

 

  • More courses available for CPD (with a small fee)
£2000 + £500 (for CPD)
  • Staff will feel more confident and comfortable with PE material, improving their PE and their children’s’ outcomes.

 

  • New staff members will have adequate, up to date training.
Subscription to AfPE
  • Access to a range of documents and training.

 

  • Savings on important documents and resources.
£85
  • Staff will have up-to-date resources and materials
Level 5/6 AfPE Training for Sports Co-ordinator
  • Sports Co-ordinator will receive training to lead the school in sports.
£1000
  • Training from this course will be cascaded down to other staff members, allowing the coordinator to deliver support when needed and in-house training,

 

 

Indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Objective  Key Actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes 
1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Children will be expected to attend more festivals and competitions.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors
£2000 + £500 (for CPD)
  • Children will have a broader curriculum due to children being invited to different sporting events

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children. 
New mats for Gymnastic lessons
  • Children will have new equipment to learn and practise with.
£390
  • Teachers will be able to expand their teaching, teaching children new skills because we have appropriate equipment.
Change for Life Training
  • Less active children will be able to join in with activities specifically aimed at them
£500
  • Children will be more confident and comfortable with sports, activities and skills.

 

  • Children will be more active during break and lunch times.
Sports Coach
  • Children will be taught at least one PE lessons by a qualified sports coach who is also trained and competent in basic moves.

 

  • Children can attend after-school clubs to improve skills (especially G&T and SEN children within PE)
£3600
  • Children are confident to perform movements and build on these with the correct skills.

 

 

Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Objective Key actions Allocated funding Anticipated outcomes
1 year subscription to Redborne Partnership including CPD
  • Children will be expected to attend more festivals and competitions.

 

  • Year 4 children will be trained as Bronze Ambassadors
£2000 + £500 (for CPD)
  • Children will have a broader curriculum due to children being invited to different sporting events

 

  • Bronze Ambassadors will be trained, and will use the ‘Change for Life’ scheme with the Key Stage One children. 

An analysis of the PE budget from last year

Our yearly budget has been spent on swimming, storage, Redborne Sports Partnership, CPD and a sports coach in-school.

Our biggest expense this year has been Swimming, with the school offering for all of Key Stage two to attend swimming lessons if they did not meet the National Curriculum targets for KS2 Swimming (Swim 25 meters, use a variety of strokes, perform a safe-self rescue). We also put money towards the travel expenses.

We have bought equipment to store resources in which are housed in our PE cupboard. This ensures that resources and clothing that were purchased the year before have somewhere secure to be placed when not in use.

The Redborne Sports Partnership has offered lots of CPD this year, as well as other courses that people have booked onto and including in-house CPD. People seem to be more confident with what they are teaching and how to approach different sports but this will still need continual development in many areas of Physical Education. The festivals have been a huge success this year with Langford attending most festivals put on by Redborne and us achieving our Gold Kitemark. We will continue to uphold this award.

Our sports-coach has offered a variety of sports to Key Stage Two, and has stuck specifically to basic skills within key stage one.

We have not used the money for recording equipment as classes were each given a tablet to use at the beginning of the year.

We have also not spent as much money on equipment due to our school receiving lots of Sainsburys sports vouchers. We have acquired equipment through this scheme as they offer a good range of items that we can swap for vouchers.

How has this impacted our spending for year 2015/16

We are renewing our membership to the Reborne Sports Partnership as this will support our CPD and to ensure that we keep our Gold Kitemark for PE. We will also use Redborne to support with the new local Key Stage One Kitemark (for which we have achieved a Bronze this year).

We are also using the money to pay for our sports-coach who will hopefully be able to support the children in and out of school with lessons and clubs appropriate to the needs of the school.

The swimming will not happen again this coming year, but instead will be continued in the year 2016-2017 where swimming will be offered to year four only. This decreases the cost, but still allows children to take part in this activity, thus meeting the requirements of the national curriculum.

We are also looking into providing an after-school or lunchtime club for children who are less confident and less engaged in PE lessons to help boost their confidence and understanding.