PE Premium

In September 2013, new funding was made available to schools to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision.

PE Premium- Proposed allocation of funds 2016-17

Here is a guide to proposed spending in PE using the PE Premium 2016/17.

Download: PE Premium – Evidencing the Impact Guidance – 2017

 

PE Premium- 2015-16

Here is how spending was allocated throughout 2015-16 and the impact that it made.

Expenditure Activity Impact
£3020

School sport partnership with The Grange School and Sports College including:

–          CPD training.

–          Support for PE subject leader.

–          Range of competitive opportunities.

–          High quality sports coaching leading to festival events (min 10 hours)

-CPD training- Teachers subject knowledge and PE confidence increased.

-Orienteering CPD staff developed resources and introduced the activity.  Children were also able to access an Orienteering event.

– PE subject leader supported/ trained staff on how to teach PE well.

– Children regularly participated in local competitions and events and was one of the highest participants of sporting activities.

-Specialist teacher coached children in areas such as tag rugby and athletics, enabling children to perform well in events.

– Contacts and networking with other local schools has led to the creation of bespoke tournaments and competitions.

£900 TLR payment for Lead Professionals in PE.

–          Supported planning across the school.

–          Raised standards in PE across the school.

–          Liaised with other PE specialists/ co-ordinators in other schools.

–          Provided opportunities for children to perform in competitive situations in both intra-school and inter-school formats. (155 children from across the school competed in activities against other schools.)

–          Provide extra-curricular PE clubs. (Club places for a vast number of children available throughout the year.)

–          Liaised with Capoeira specialist to start club run by outside provider.

£148 Supply Cover for PE opportunities

–          Children able to participate in a range of competition.

–          Development of leadership CPD which was then filtered down to develop staff training and implementation of assessment procedures.

–          Standards raised in PE across school.

£540 Sports Coaches (Bristol Rugby)

–          More children showing interest/ taking part in school sport and in after-school clubs.

–          Increased ability and standard of game skills.

–          Children given opportunity to take part in community link projects with the club promoting community cohesion.

–          Children took part in and won a competition organised as part of the provision.

£350 Sports Club (Capoeira)

–          Opportunities for younger children in the school to take part in an active and different club.

–          Cross curricular impact with exposure to Brazilian culture and heritage.

£85 Sports Trip for Y6 (Golf)

–          Children able to participate in next level of golf after taking part in tri-golf activities at school.

–          Access to a sport that many had not tried before and then were eager to try again, especially as the golf academy provided the children with free vouchers.

£2984 Sports Equipment

–          Increased opportunities in lessons for children to use equipment suited to their level of skill.

–          Outdoor table tennis table purchased which has led to lunchtime tournaments for Year 6 pupils and opportunities for Pupil Premium children and those identified in Athletics challenges as needing intervention in physical skills an extra opportunity to participate.

£100 PE Association Subscription

–          Range of sporting opportunities.

–          Achievements made in weekend competitions organised by the association.

£1253.42 Sports Trophies for Sports Day/ Sports Presentation evening

–       Celebration of achievements and inspiration to achieve further accolades in years to come.

–       Participation increased in inter-school sport from 102 children in 2014-15 to 155 children in 2015-16.

–       Children and parents proud to be part of a successful school community and able to properly recognise the sporting achievements for the year.

General Impact of PE provision through use of PE premium this year

  • Children have developed their leadership skills not only in PE lessons but also in extra-curricular activities.  The PE funding allowed us to take some of the children to Bath University to take part in Sports Leader training.  Through our work with the Grange School PE partnership we have trained Huff & Puff Leaders and Young Leaders in sport throughout the year.  Children have become more independent in their learning and more children are confident in taking the lead in lesson time for different sporting activities.
  • Through the use of the PE premium children have been able to enjoy a much wider range of sports.  As one child put it, “I had never played Kabaddi before.  It is really different from other sports because it’s about tactics over the use of equipment.  I enjoyed it because it was new and we won a tournament in it!”
  • Every child in the school is eager to become the school record holder or team captain.  PE has become a major element in the school life of all children at Barrs Court.
  • Through data gained from The Grange, we have been able to identify those children most in need of extra intervention to improve their physical and emotional wellbeing and create appropriate activities to support them.
  • The values established by the PE subject leaders at school have emphasised the importance of fair play and other fundamental values.  Children know how to be safe in sport, have increased self-esteem and belief in their abilities.
  • The funding has allowed the school to enter a vast array of competitions, winning some and developing teamwork and co-operation throughout.
  • Parents are keen to share in the successes of the school teams and feel that the school provides a vast range of sporting opportunities.

Achieving a Gold award from the Youth Sport Trust School Games for the fourth year in a row is a good measure of our success.

To achieve Gold level, we have met the following criteria:

  • Provide all pupils with two hours of physical education per week.
  • Engage at least 50% of pupils in extracurricular sporting activity every week.
  • Offer talented youth sports people specific support to help them to develop their sporting potential.
  • Participate in at least 6 intra-school (level 1) and 6 inter-school (level 2) competitions throughout the year.
  • Enter ‘B’ and ‘C’ teams in inter-school competition furthering opportunities for both boys and girls to take part.
  • Regularly feature match reports and/or competition results on the school website and notice board and newsletter.
  • Engage at least 20% in leading, managing and officiating sport.
  • Have a School Sport Organising Crew in place.
  • Utilise sports coaches
  • Provide CPD for staff
  • Have active links with at least six local sports clubs.

PE Premium- Impact of final spend 2014-15

Here is how spending was allocated throughout 2014-15 and the impact that it made.

Expenditure Activity Impact
£3020 School sport partnership with The Grange School and Sports College including:

  • CPD training.
  • Support for PE subject leader.
  • Range of competitive opportunities.
  • High quality sports coaching leading to festival events (min 10 hours)

-CPD training- Teachers subject knowledge and PE confidence increased.

– PE subject leader supported/ trained staff on how to teach PE well.

– Children regularly participated in local competitions and events.

-Specialist teacher coached children in areas such as tag rugby and athletics, enabling children to perform well in events.

£85
  • Resources- Smart Moves Motor Skills Development Programme SOW
  • Profile KS1 and KS2 children with motor co-ordination difficulties.
  • Inclusion activities to link into PE curriculum.
  • Fun, motivating and rewarding activities aid an increase in confidence for children involved.
 
£900 TLR payment for Lead Professional in PE.
  • Supported planning across the school.
  • Raised standards in PE across the school.
  • Liaised with other PE specialists.
  • Provided opportunities for children to perform in competitive situations in both intra-school and inter-school formats. (102 children from KS2 competed in activities against other schools.)
  • Provide extra-curricular PE clubs. (Club places for a vast number of children available throughout the year.)
  • Liaised with Run England to start a parental running club to increase community cohesion and promote school ethos.
£316.85 Supply Cover for PE opportunities
  • Children able to participate in a range of competition.
  • Development of leadership CPD which was then filtered down to develop staff training and implementation of assessment procedures.
  • Raise standards in PE across school
£420 Sports Coaches (Bristol Rugby)
  • More children showing interest/ taking part in school sport and in after-school clubs.
  • Increased ability and standard of game skills.
  • Children given opportunity to take part in community link projects with the club.
£174.00 “Sports Activator”
  • New award system designed with Sports Ambassadors (children) to be implemented in school to encourage greater sporting behaviour/ participation.
  • Intervention group for less able children/ children with emotional/ behavioural concerns. Improvement in social skills.
  • Intervention group for Gifted and Talented KS1 children helped to identify future sporting talent for school clubs, outside contacts and appropriate planning opportunities.
£266.40 Sports Equipment
  • Increased opportunities in lessons for children to use equipment suited to their level of skill.
£100 PE Association Subscription
  • Range of sporting opportunities.
  • Achievements made in weekend competitions organised by the association.
£631.38 Sports Trophies for Sports Day/ Sports Presentation evening
  • Celebration of achievements and inspiration to achieve further accolades in years to come.

Here is how spending was allocated throughout 2013-14

Expenditure Activity Impact
£3020 School sport partnership with The Grange School and Sports College including:

  • CPD training.
  • Support for PE subject leader.
  • Range of competitive opportunities.
  • High quality sports coaching leading to festival events (min 10 hours)

-CPD training- Teachers subject knowledge and PE confidence increased.

– PE subject leader supported/ trained staff on how to teach PE well.

– Children regularly participated in local competitions and events.

-Specialist teacher coached children in areas such as tag rugby and athletics, enabling children to perform well in events.

£900 TLR payment for Lead Professional in PE.
  • Supported planning across the school.
  • Raised standards in PE across the school.
  • Liaised with other PE specialists.
  • Provided opportunities for children to perform in competitive situations in both intra-school and inter-school formats. (85 children from KS2 competed in activities against other schools.)
  • Provide extra-curricular PE clubs. (Club places for 90 children available throughout the year.)
£1190 PE equipment.
  • Increased ability to differentiate in lessons with equipment for SEN and G&T children to meet their emerging needs. E.g. bigger hurdles for more able, play pack for FS2 children, playground equipment for whole school.
£848.40 Supply Cover/ Cover for PE Leadership time
  • Allowed children opportunity to take part in sporting event during school time.
  • Participated in tournaments for football, rugby, golf and athletics during school time reaching the county finals in both tag rugby and golf.
  • Raise standards in PE across school.
  • Allocation and implementation of new PE equipment.
  • Attendance of PE conference to share best practice.
£750 per term Play Ranger
  • Lunchtime club for targeted children. Cross-over with Pupil Premium funding. (5 Yr 5/6 children)
  • Mentor group for targeted children with physical, emotional and/or social needs. (24 Yr 3/4 children)
  • Extra after-school sports club opportunities for targeted children. (45 Yr 1/2 children)
£327 Tennis coaching
  • All of Year 3 took part in lunchtime coaching and competitive intra-school tournament- led to participation in tennis competition at Rodway Tennis club.
£66 Sports Coaches for CPD
  • Raise standards in PE across school.
£314.38 Sports awards trophies
  • Celebration of achievements and inspiration to achieve further accolades in years to come.