Sports Pupil Premium
At Harestock Primary school we understand the value of Sport and PE and believe that all children should be given the opportunity to take part in regular sport, including competitions both in school and against other schools.
At Harestock Primary school we believe that PE and Sport build self-esteem, teamwork and leadership skills. We believe that PE and sport are also important because they help build an inclusive society, raise levels of participation in sport after young people leave school and positively affect the health of the nation. PE and sport provision at Harestock enables the school to take part in the ‘School Games Mark’ which is a government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Harestock was validated again at Silver level Active Mark for the year 2016-17.
Harestock Primary school Sports premium is to:
- Improve the teaching and learning of all aspects of PE
- Improve the resources and equipment used in PE Lessons
- Offer a wider range of opportunities in PE and extra-curricular clubs
- Develop the use of our school grounds for outdoor and adventurous PE
- Develop links with community groups and other agencies.
- Improve the PE skills and stamina of pupils and improve their fitness
In 2013 the government announced that they would be spending £450 million over the next three academic years to help fund primary school sport, this is called the School Sport Premium. The PE and sport premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.
Schools have the freedom to spend the money however they choose, but this must be towards improving their provision of PE and Sport to give children the opportunity to develop a healthy lifestyle. The funding is calculated by reference to the number of primary-aged children as recorded in the annual census in January each year.
Possible uses for the funding might include:
- hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work with primary teachers when teaching PE
- supporting and engaging the least active children through new or additional Change4Life clubs
- paying for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport
- providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE and sport
- running sport competitions, or increasing pupils’ participation in the School Games
- buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE and sport
- providing places for pupils on after school sports clubs and holiday clubs
- pooling the additional funding with that of other local schools
For the financial year 2016 – 2017 Harestock Primary received £9,182 Sports premium.
We used this money in the following ways:
|PE subject manager time and training + supply cover for sporting events + PE conference attendance for PE manager||1100||Subject leader has an overview of resources, the curriculum and further developments.
Improved liaison between local secondary school and Harestock has occurred due to increased subject manager release time. The PE curriculum continues to be revised, updated and resources updated during this time to improve teaching of PE lessons.
|Additional teaching resources||500||The teachers and children have enough resources to use to make the lesson as successful as possible. Often individual practise is needed instead of paired practise. This can now happen frequently.
|Table tennis bats/nets for the sustainability of the club and coaching costs||100
|2 children trained regularly at an established club for table tennis.
Club grew to 18 children.
|Additional equipment for lunchtimes||250||Enhanced opportunities for children to improve their physical development.
Children are more actively engaged with physical exercise at break times and lunch times.
|Year 4 swimming pool hire + transport for 5 weeks
3 x swimming teachers costs for 5 weeks
Yr 5 booster swimming transport
|Enhanced opportunities for children to improve their physical development.
Year 4 swimming 2015-16 led to Year 5 swimming standards being the following: 67.5% passed the end of KS2 curriculum requirement.
Following further swimming lessons 6 of the 10 children can now swim 25m in line with the National curriculum requirement = 82.5% passed the end of KS2 curriculum requirement compared to 72% last year.
|National Sports Week Coaching
|680||Enhanced opportunities for children to improve their physical development in soccer, Zumba, multi-sport including New-Age Kurling
Increased opportunities for inter-school competitions.
Access to PE specialist teaching for teacher CPD.
Improved extra-curricular opportunities respond to pupils’ identified interests & enthusiasm for specific sports & PE – a new age Kurling club was set up due to children’s interests and this now runs weekly with up to 10 children attending from either infants / juniors.
|Cyber coach subscription for the whole school
|417||Children have more opportunity to take part in wake and shake sessions in the classrooms by using cyber coach. Enhanced opportunities for children to improve their physical development
|Transport to Tri-golf competition||100||40 children could be transported to play in the competition.|
|Specialist sports coaching alongside teacher||2720||Enhanced opportunities for children to improve their physical development.
Access to PE specialist teaching for teacher CPD have enhanced subject knowledge.
The Year 3-6 had an opportunity to play Tri-golf and develop their skills. The school had 4 teams who went to the district tournament and the Year 4 went through to compete in the regional level 3 tournament in Aldershot against schools from all over Hampshire. Some children now have regular golf lessons locally.
Increased opportunities for inter-school competitions in school now exist.
Harestock took part in a local squash tournament after the coaching and the team came 1st.
The coaching which happened across the year for specific year groups was cricket, tag rugby, tri-golf, hockey, athletics, multiskills, squash
|Additional after school club coaches (with a top up using funding when numbers are small)||500||Rationale for Sport Clubs Extra-curricular activities can help children to develop and challenge themselves physically, become more creative, develop social skills, improve teamwork and leadership qualities, and become healthier and more confident individuals. Trying something different may also bring them into contact with pupils and staff they didn’t know who share their interests and curiosity.
During 2016-17 the school ran 12 sport based clubs with attendance ranging from 11 children to 26children. The clubs were Tri-golf, Multi-sports, Netball club, Street dance, Tag rugby, Hockey, Football, Table tennis and New-Age Kurling.
116 children across the school participated in a lunchtime or after school sport club. (43%)
|Football club resources||165||The football club, which is over 30 children can operate successfully with enough balls, bibs and football nets for matches being played.
|Grounds maintenance for summer term||500||The grass mowed and markings painted means that we are all able to teach PE effectively and the children can improve their skills in summer sports when the field is used every week and for sports day.
|PE equipment maintenance||270||PE equipment is inspected yearly by a contractor to ensure it is safe and replaced when necessary (2 mats).