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What is Sports Premium Funding?

 

The government has provided funding for the last three years to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

This year, the Chancellor, George Osborne in the 2016 Budget, outlined that revenue from the soft drinks industry levy over the scorecard period will be used to:

  • Double the Primary School PE and Sport Premium from £160 million per year to £320 million per year from September 2017 to help schools support healthier, more active lifestyles. This funding will enable primary schools to make further improvements to the quality and breadth of PE and sport they offer.

 

 

Sports Premium Funding Objective:

 

To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools which will live on well beyond the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding.

 

It is expected that schools will see an improvement against the following 5 key indicators:

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

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

  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

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

  5. Increased participation in competitive sport

 

This great opportunity will allow schools to spend the sports funding on improving their provision of PE and sport as well as having the freedom to choose how they do this. 

Evidencing the Impact on Primary Sports Premium Funding

at Muscliff Primary School

 

Muscliff Primary School received £10,370 for the 2016/17 academic year

The planned use of the PE and school sport funding at Muscliff  Primary School will be effective in improving and sustaining our high quality PE and sports provision. It will ensure that our pupils become physically literate and benefit from an on-going legacy of enriched sport, exercise and keeping healthy.

 

Below are documents providing further evidence and information on our use of the Sports Premium Funding:

For Muscliff Primary School, the injection of funding into primary PE and sport and the opportunity to up skill and train all our teachers and other adults supporting learning is extremely exciting! We are thrilled to be able to use this funding to inspire all our children, regardless of ability, and provide a lasting, sustainable and positive affect on PE and Sport within school and our community. We strongly believe in the health, social and emotional benefits of high quality Sport and PE for all our children and believe the enhanced provision and enriched PE and sport programme that the Sports Premium funding is helping us provide will ensure maximum impact on learning both in and beyond the school environment.

We have used documents published by Ofstead and the DfE (shown below) to support us in assessing and auditing our provision for PE and Sport and in identifying how to spend our PE and School Sport Premium effectively.

Academic Year 2016-2017

 

In addition to the effective practice already established, in the current academic year we intend to:

 

  • To promote the ethos of PE throughout the school using our new PE apprenticeship.

  • Our PE Apprenticeship will provide:

-  Provision of additional adult in PE to assist with warm ups and cool downs

- Small group intervention focusing on developing children's fundamental movement skills

- Assessment of children

- New lunchtime and after school club provision

  • Continue to work in collaboration with our local partnership of schools – Septenary Trust

  • Continue to subsidise the cost of some after school clubs to allow more children to participate in sport

  • Continue to provide further CPD for all staff and PE Co-ordinator to manage the funding effectively and to monitor and evaluate the quality PE provision. This will include: badminton (Year 6), gymnastics (6 weeks per year group focus on KS1), football (AFC Bournemouth Year 5/6) and cricket (Year 4 and 5)

  • To provide a range of opportunities in extra curricular clubs for all children, establishing a club every morning and afternoon as well as new lunchtime clubs.

  • To continue to establish a Change4Life Club and link to staff CDP and develop a greater awareness amongst children health and well-being

  • To create, maintain and widen community links with local sporting providers to enhance our curriculum and out of school sport provision, particularly for gifted and talented pupils

  • To maintain Gold level Sainsbury's Quality Mark

  • Promote PE and sport at playtimes by establishing teachers to lead Play Leaders in both KS1 and KS2 and investing in further playground equipment

  • Invest in additional playtime and PE equipment to promote PE and Sport

 

 

Impact

 

We were immensely proud to have been awarded the Gold Quality Mark for our PE provision last year and endeavour to maintain and improve this even further. Our new addition of a PE Apprentice has enabled us to provide more extra curricular activities as well as additional, smaller group work for children needing support improving their fundamental movement skills. We have again endeavoured to broaded our variety of extra curricular clubs, now offering a club every morning and every afternoon as well as at lunchtimes! We also have broadened the clubs available offering new clubs such as archery, fencing and badminton and this has resulted in a considerable rise in the number of children participating in sport and inter school competitions. More children are aware of the health benefits of PE and Sport and enjoy participating in a varied and progressive PE schemes of work.

 

For more information on how we will be spending our Sports Premium funding and the positive impact of the provision on all the children at Muscliff Primary School please have a look at the documents below. If you would like any further information on PE or our Sports Premium funding please contact Miss Wright :) .

Academic Year 2015-2016

 

In addition to the effective practice already established, in the current academic year we intend to:

 

  • Continue to work in collaboration with our local partnership of schools – Septenary Trust

  • Continue to subsidise the cost of some after school clubs to allow more children to participate in sport

  • Continue to provide further CPD for all staff and PE Co-ordinator to manage the funding effectively and to monitor and evaluate the quality PE provision

  • Gymnastics CPD for all teachers by Gemma Cole (6 weeks team teaching)

  • To create a Change4Life Club and link to staff CDP and develop a greater awareness amongst children health and well-being

  • To create, maintain and widen community links with local sporting providers to enhance our curriculum and out of school sport provision, particularly for gifted and talented pupils

  • Continue to build on Sainsbury’s Bronze Sports Mark Award – working towards the Silver Sports Mark Award

  • Attain AfPE Quality Mark in recognition of PE

  • Promote PE and sport at playtimes by investing in training for the midday supervisor team and playground equipment

  • Invest in additional playtime and PE equipment to promote PE and Sport

 

 

Impact

 

There has been great enthusiasm, success and impact from the introduction of a variety of new and exciting extra-curricular clubs for both KS1 and KS2 and has resulted in a considerable rise in the number of children participating in sport and inter school competitions. More children are aware of the health benefits of PE and Sport and enjoy participating in a varied and progressive PE schemes of work.

 

For more information on how we will be spending our Sports Premium funding and the positive impact of the provision on all the children at Muscliff Primary School please have a look at the documents below. If you would like any further information on PE or our Sports Premium funding please contact Miss Wright :) .

2015/16 - Impact Evidence - Muscliff Primary School Sports Premium

Key Priorities for 2014-15:

 

In addition to the effective practice already established, in the current academic year we intend to:

 

 

  • Subsidise the cost of some after school clubs to allow more children to participate in sport

  • Continue to provide further CPD for the PE leader to manage the funding effectively and to monitor and evaluate the quality PE provision as well as providing other staff CPD opportunities

  • To further enrich the PE curriculum by participating in additional traditional and alternative sports

  • To develop a greater awareness amongst pupils about the dangers of obesity and other activities that undermine pupils’ health

  • To maintain and widen community links with local sporting providers to enhance our curriculum and out of school sport provision, particularly for gifted and talented pupils

  • Attain AfPE Quality Mark in recognition of PE

  • Introduce newChange4Life sport clubs and linked staff CPD

  • Promote PE and sport at playtimes by investing in training for the midday supervisor team and playground equipment

  • Provide additional release time for the PE leader to plan for, monitor and evaluate the use of the additional funding

2014/15 - Impact Evidence - Muscliff Primary School Sports Premium

Academic Year 2013-2014

 

In the academic year 2013 to 2014, we used our Primary PE and School Sports Premium to:

 

  • Purchased equipment for PE lessons to enhance the curriculum offered and to ensure that provision matched the needs of all our children

  • Invested in new PE schemes of work for each year group

  • Release teachers and TAs to take children to additional enrichment sporting events

  • Gymnastics CPD for all teachers by Gemma Cole (6 weeks team teaching)

  • High Flyers Basketball – funding towards extra curricular club

  • Raise the profile of competitive school sports through participation in Bournemouth Schools Competitions

  • Raise the profile of competitive school sports through participation in School Games programme

  • Provide transport to festivals and out of school activities

  • CPD for Level 5 and 6 AfPE PE Leader Course

  • CPD – for all teachers to improve knowledge of a variety of sports (also Change 4 Life, BUPA Start to Move)

  • Provided staff with PE uniform to enhance the profile of PE and sport for staff, children and parents.

  • Work in collaboration with our local partnership of schools – Septenary Trust

For more information on PE and School Sport visit:

 

Ofsted

Physical Education Survey Visits (April. 2014)

Ofsted Survey Visits - Supplementary Guidance (April. 2014)

Association for Physical Education (afPE) 

www.afpe.org.uk

 

Free Downloads:

Quality of Teaching in Physical Education – From Good to Outstanding (Jan. 2014)

Achievement in Physical Education (Jan. 2014)

Effective employment and deployment of coaches

 

Poster:

afPE outcomes and contributions to Physical Education & School Sport

 

New 2014 National Curriculum:

New 2014 National Curriculum

 

Department for Education

Healthy Schools Tool Kit

Learning through PE and School Sport