PE & Sports Premium

What is it?

The government is providing funding of £150 million per annum for the academic years 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17 and 2017/18 to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The funding is being jointly provided by the Department for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and will see money going directly to primary school Head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all children. Each school the school received £8000 plus an extra £5 per pupil each year, however this year each school has received £16000 plus £10 for every child.  The money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

How much pupil premium money did Weeth School receive?

  • The PE Funding allocation in 2013/14 for Weeth CP School was £8,790
  • The PE Funding allocation in 2014/15 for Weeth CP School was £8,815
  • The PE Funding allocation in 2015/16 for Weeth CP School was £8.805
  • The PE Funding allocation in 2016/17 for Weeth CP School is £8,707
  • The PE Funding allocation in 2017/18 for Weeth CP School is £16220

What benefits are there?

Our school is in an area of deprivation and our school regards the role of sport to be one of high importance. Through sport children can develop skills and attitudes that will carry them through to adulthood.

What does the Sport Premium mean for my school?

‘Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this’ (DfE June 2013)

At Weeth CP School we have split up the funding into three different areas; Physical Education, Healthy Active Lifestyles and Competitive Sport. We have decided to spend the Sport Premium Grant on the following:

 
Physical Education

Raising standards of all of our children in Physical Education
 
Objectives Outcomes Impact 2015/16
To increase staffs’ subject knowledge and confidence in teaching PE.
Staff delivering high quality PE lessons
 
Standards improve
Children’s attitude to sport improves
School graded as ‘Good’ by Ofsted March 2016.
 
Quality of PE teaching across the school is at least good.
 
100% of pupils that completed pupil questionnaires from Year 2-Y6 agreed that “PE in the school is good ‘most/nearly all of the time”.
Increase range of sports the children take part in and the quality of equipment available.
Children’s attitude to sport improves
 
Teachers confidence in delivering sports opportunities improves
20 pupils attended the KS2 Cross Country Qualifier
 
16 pupils attended the Swimming Gala
 
25 pupils attended the Cross Country Festival
 
47 pupils participated in Athletics
 
Selection of pupils participated in the 'Change for Life' programme
 
8 pupils attended the Bisi Badminton
 
Pupil attendance at the Super Saturday and Summer Camp workshops
Increase the number of children who can swim 25 metres by the time they leave Year 6. Increase numbers able to swim 25 metres 100% of year 6 pupils are on track to leave Year 6 able to swim 25+ metres.
 

Healthy Active Lifestyles:
 
Ensuring all our children have access to regular exercise


Objectives Outcomes Impact 2015/16
Increase numbers of boys and girls taking part in extra-curricular sports through providing additional and varied after school sporting clubs Increase in numbers taking part

Pupil attendance at the 'Change 4 Life' after school sessions
 
18 pupils attending the after school Surf Club
 
24 pupils attending the after school Football Club
Develop the skills of children to organise and lead sports and games at break times and lunchtimes through the use of ‘sports leaders’.
Increase in numbers of children who take part in the Children’s University scheme
 
More children taking up responsibilities and leading games and sports
An increased number of Year 6 pupils this year were awarded their award for ‘Sports Leadership’.
 
 
Competitive School Sport:
 
Increasing pupil’s participation in competitive sporting events
Objectives Targeted Outcomes Impact 2015/16
Increase number of sports  children can represent the school in and therefore increase the numbers of boys and girls taking part
Increase in numbers of boys representing the school
 
Increase in numbers of girls and boys representing the school
See above
 
Primary School Sport Funding Expenditure
 
Expenditure Information
Total amount of funding received 2015/16 £8,805
Number of pupils 168
 
Summary of Sport Funding spending

Objectives for the year:
 
  • Further enhance the provision to achieve a good balance of games, gymnastics, swimming, dance and athletic activities
  • Ensure every pupil can swim 25 metres by the end of Year 6
  • Achievement to be at least good
  • All pupils to make progress in line with their peers
  • Provide a range of inter-school competitions
  • Improve teachers’ subject knowledge of PE
  • Provide greater opportunity for pupils registered as
  • ‘Gifted and Talented’ in PE
 
Spending Plan

£4,395 to join and be part of the Camborne Science International Academy Sports Cluster which provides Weeth Pupils and staff with…

  • Gifted and talented programme
  • Coordination and delivery of full competition programme
  • Continued ‘Super Saturday’ and ‘Summer Camp’ opportunities
  • After-school club opportunities
  • Support for the school with curriculum development
  • Training and support for the subject leader
  • PE review and action planning
  • Bespoke training for staff
  • Youth Sport Trust membership
£1400 to provide expertise sports coaching to all children across the primary phase.
 
  • Curriculum enrichment
  • Focus on pupils’ development of key skills
  • Provide a range of after-school activities
 
£2500 to support the cost of additional swimming provision in KS2 and swimming in Year 2

  • Good or better teaching of swimming
  • Half a term of school funded swimming lessons, including transport, for all pupils in Year 2-Y6
  • All Y6 children able to swim at least 25 metres
 
Swimming Standards and Progress (50% of lessons are funded through Sports Grant Funding) 2015/16 Impact Analysis
 
    Year 1 Expected Year 2 Expected Year 3 Expected Year 4 Expected Year 5 Expected Year 6 Expected Year 7 Extented
Acquire and develop Swim Swim 10-20 metres with aids, confidence in water, put faces in water 10 metres unaided, use arms and legs, one basic method of swimming, swim underwater confidently 15-20- metres in water unaided, co-ordination with arms and legs Swim 20-25 metres unaided with two key strokes Swim 25-30 metres unaided with two key strokes, swim underwater confidently Swim 30-40 metres unaided, swim for 30-45 secs, use variety of basic arm/leg actions front/back Swim 50-100 metres, 45-90 secs, 3 different strokes, swim on front + back, control breathing
Select and apply Swim Select appropriate arm and leg action to move across pool. Choose their most confident stroke to swim across the pool. Use their arms and legs in the correct manner for the chosen stroke. Link arms and legs correctly to allow effective propulsion across the pool. Link the correct arm and leg movement for front and back strokes. Show which breathing techniques to use for the particular strokes. Show that can choose which breathing technique they can use to allow them to complete the distance quickly.
 
 
 
First assessment Autumn



End of 1st half term teaching - December



End of 2nd half term teaching - Summer


Progress over time
  Emerging Expected Exceeding Em. Exp. Exc. Em. Exp. Exc. Em. Exp. Exc.
Y2  78 22  70  26        -8  +4  +4 
Y3 83  13  67  25        -16  +4  +12 
Y4 56  24  20  36  28  36        -20  +4   +16
Y5 58  17  25  42  25  33        -16  +8  +8 
Y6 22  18  60  14  23  63        -8  +5  +3 
 
£500 Subject Leader Continuing Professional Development and Staff

  • Course attendance

Sustainability - This teacher has then provided additional training and support to other teachers to help support development of subject knowledge which will have an impact on teaching over further years.
 
Primary School Sport Funding Expenditure
 
Expenditure Information
Total amount of funding received 2014-15 £8,815
Number of pupils 163
 
Summary of Sport Funding spending

Objectives for the year:

  • Further enhance the provision to achieve a good balance of games, gymnastics, swimming, dance and athletic activities
  • Ensure every pupil can swim 25 metres by the end of Year 6
  • Achievement to be at least good
  • All pupils to make progress in line with their peers
  • Provide a range of inter-school competitions
  • Improve teachers’ subject knowledge of PE
  • Provide greater opportunity for pupils registered as
  • ‘Gifted and Talented’ in PE
 
Spending Plan

£4,395 to join and be part of the Camborne Science International Academy

Sports Cluster which provides Weeth Pupils and staff with…

  • Gifted and talented programme
  • Coordination and delivery of full competition programme
  • Continued ‘Super Saturday’ and ‘Summer Camp’ opportunities
  • After-school club opportunities
  • Support for the school with curriculum development
  • Training and support for the subject leader
  • PE review and action planning
  • Bespoke training for staff
  • Youth Sport Trust membership
 
£3000 to provide expertise sports coaching to all children across the primary phase.

  • Curriculum enrichment
  • Focus on pupils’ development of key skills
  • Provide a range of after-school activities
 
£2500 to support the cost of swimming provision

  • Good or better teaching of swimming
  • Half a term of school funded swimming lessons, including transport, for all pupils in Year 2-Y6
  • All Y6 children able to swim at least 25 metres
 
Impact of Sports Grant Funding on Raising Standards in Swimming

Swimming Standards and Progress (50% of lessons are funded through Sports Grant Funding) 2014/15

Impact Analysis
 
   
Y1
Expected
Y2
Expected
Y3
Expected
Y4
Expected
Y5
Expected
Y6
Expected
Y7
Extended
Acquire and develop Swim Swim 10-20 metres with aids, confidence in water, put faces in water 10 metres unaided, use arms and legs, one basic method of swimming, swim underwater confidently 15-20- metres in water unaided, co-ordination with arms and legs Swim 20-25 metres unaided with two key strokes Swim 25-30 metres unaided with two key strokes, swim underwater confidently Swim 30-40 metres unaided, swim for 30-45 secs, use variety of basic arm/leg actions front/back Swim 50-100 metres, 45-90 secs, 3 different strokes, swim on front + back, control breathing
Select and apply Swim Select appropriate arm and leg action to move across pool. Choose their most confident stroke to swim across the pool. Use their arms and legs in the correct manner for the chosen stroke. Link arms and legs correctly to allow effective propulsion across the pool. Link the correct arm and leg movement for front and back strokes Show which breathing techniques to use for the particular strokes. Show that can choose which breathing technique they can use to allow them to complete the distance quickly.
 
  First assessment - Autumn End of 1st half term teaching - December End of 2nd half term teaching - Summer Progress over time
  Em. Exp. Exc. Em. Exp. Exc. Em. Exp. Exc. Em. Exp. Exc.
Y2 80 12 8 72 8 20 72 4 24 -8 -2 +16 
Y3 75 17 8 29 38 33 32 24 44 -43 +7  +36 
Y4 61 35 4 22 61 17 22 35 43 -39 +26  +13 
Y5 38 48 14 10 66 24 20 52 28 -18 +4  +14 
Y6 17 41 42 8 17 75 8 8 83 -9 -34  +43 
Sport Grant Funding – Impact analysis on staff confidence and subject knowledge
  % increase Overall impact of funding used to provide peripatetic teacher to work alongside and team with existing Weeth Staff
60% of teachers 30% increase in confidence and skills Overall a 36% increase

20% of teachers 50% increase in confidence and skills
20% of teachers 40% increase in confidence and skills
PE Questionnaire 2014/15

This questionnaire was carried out with classes 2, 3/4, 4/5 and 5/6.
 
  A lot Quite a lot A little Not at all
1) How much did you enjoy PE last year? 53% 25% 22% 0%
2) How much do you enjoy PE this year with your teacher and 'Go Active'? 60% 32% 7% 2%
3) How much more confident in PE do you feel following last term’s lessons with the teachers from Camborne Science International Academy? 67% 30% 2% 1%
  Yes No
4) Did you do a sport club last year? 42% 58%
5) Did or do you do a sport club this year? 66% 34%
  A lot Quite a lot A little Not at all
6) How much fitter do you feel this year? 52% 27% 17% 4%
  Yes No
7) Were you involved in any sporting events outside of Weeth last year, for example, at CSIA? 86% 14%
8) Have you been involved in any sporting events outside of Weeth this year, for example, at CSIA? 96% 4%
Primary School Sport Funding Expenditure

“The headteacher has a clear vision for the use of the primary school sport funding. Sports coaches have been engaged to plan and deliver high quality physical education lessons as well as after-school clubs. They arrange coaching and training for staff as well as increasing the number and variety of sporting activities that the pupils take part in…”

Ofsted October 2013.
 
Expenditure Information
Total amount of funding received 2013-14 £8,790
Number of pupils 158
 
Summary of Sport Funding spending

Objectives for the year:

  • Improve the quality of the PE curriculum so that it is at least consistently good
  • Further enhance the provision to achieve a good balance of games, gymnastics, swimming, dance and athletic activities
  • Achievement to be at least good
  • All pupils to make progress in line with their peers
  • Enhance pupils’ achievement and enjoyment of school, including their personal development and well-being
  • Provide a range of after-school activities
  • Provide a range of inter-school competitions
  • Improve teachers’ subject knowledge of PE
 
Spending Plan

£4,395 to join and be part of the Camborne Science International Academy

Sports Cluster which provides Weeth Pupils and staff with

  • Coordination and delivery of full competition programme that includes development from KS1 right through to KS2
  • Continued ‘Super Saturday’ and ‘Summer Camp’ opportunities
  • Support for the school with curriculum development
  • Training and support for the subject leader
  • PE review and action planning
  • Bespoke training for staff
 
£7600 to provide expertise sports coaching to all children across the primary phase.

  • Curriculum enrichment
  • Focus on pupils’ development of key skills
  • Provide a range of after-school activities
  • Impact Analysis
PE Questionnaire Summary September 2013-July 2014

(This questionnaire was carried out with classes 2, 3/4, 4/5 and 5/6.)

13% more of pupils said they enjoyed PE ‘a lot’ in 2013/14 compared to the previous year.

Only 3% of pupils said they did not enjoy PE at all which was a drop of 5% on the previous year.

31% of pupils said they felt ‘a lot’ more confident in dance following their dance teaching in 2013/14 with a further 49% stating they felt ‘quite a lot’ more confident.

53% of pupils said they felt ‘a lot’ more confident in their ball skills following their ball skills teaching in 2013/14 with a further 26% stating they felt ‘quite a lot’ more confident.

13% more pupils participated in an after school sports club in 2013/14 than the previous year.

46% of pupils said they felt ‘a lot’ fitter in 13/14 with a further 39% stating they felt ‘quite a lot’ fitter.

20% more pupils reported having been involved in an additional sporting event outside of Weeth, such as through the school’s sporting events run with the local secondary school.