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Sports Premium

Old Sarum Primary School

 

Schools receive PE and sport premium funding based on the number of pupils in years 1 to 6.

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.

This means a school can use the premium to:

 

  • develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers
  • make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

For example school can use the funding to:

 

  • hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers
  • provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively
  • introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport
  • support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday clubs and Change4Life clubs
  • run sport competitions
  • increase pupils’ participation in the School Games
  • run sports activities with other schools

 

Old Sarum Primary School aims to increase PE participation and enjoyment for all pupils, increase the coaching/teaching competence of class teachers, offer a greater range of sports activities (often led by specialist coaches) and fund inter-school sports competitions. We have also continued to fund ‘Change4Life’ activities. We hope that the activities and resources that we fund through the School Sports Grant will support a sustainable improvement in PE teaching and pupil participation in sport.

As a school we complete a SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) to determine how best to spend this money to improve PE and Sports at Old Sarum Primary School. We have used the money to improve the areas outlined in this review.

How the Sports Grant was used 2015-2016

To deliver cluster sports in a supported framework we will continue to be part of the Salisbury PE cluster group supported by Karen Moore from St Edmunds Academy. This cluster will provide a range of competitive sporting opportunities throughout the year.

To pay for staffing costs: Coaching Attendance at training and cluster meetings and promote dance throughout the school

To release the staff to attend the competitive sporting opportunities with the children thereby ensuring maximum impact for the children.

To pay for quality coaching instructors to run clubs that increase sport participation and introduce sports our pupils may not have tried before (archery and fencing were especially popular)

To provide transport to sporting events.

To pay affiliation fees to local sports organisations

Impact on the whole school

Old Sarum made good use of the sports grant. We achieved the Silver School Games Mark during the year in recognition of the range and participation levels in sports at Old Sarum. The funding has helped many children develop greater skills using quality coaching, both in clubs and accessing participating in several competitive sports in Secondary settings and run by local clubs. This has additionally increased pupils resilience, team work and fitness levels. Listed below are some of the events we entered last year and our successes.

  • World Cup Tag Rugby Festival (Sept 2015) at Salisbury Rugby Club – we played as Fiji which was popular with our Fijian pupils!
  • Girls Football Tournament at St. Edmunds (Sept 2015)
  • Tri-Golf Runners up October 2015
  • Salisbury Netball Competition November 2015
  • Boccia & New Age Curling (Feb 2016) – winners
  • Fundamentals Competition (Feb 2016)
  • Salisbury Cross Country Competition Y5/6 March 2016 Runners-up
  • Tag Rugby competition Y5/6 March 2016
  • Orienteering throughout the year for Year 6 (Salisbury Orienteering Club)
  • ASD Dance workshop hosted by Greentrees Primary School (throughout Mar & Apr 2016)
  • Small School Games at Laverstock Site - Entered teams into Football semi-finalists & Netball runners-up.
  • Area Sports Athletics
  • Year 3/4 Tennis
  • Year 5/6 Quad Kids at St. Edmunds (Jun 2016)
  • Year 3/4 Quad Kids at St. Edmunds (Jun 2016)

 

Pupil Premium 2015/16

Financial Year

£8611 grant total

Part 1 (1/09/15 - 31/03/16)

£

St Edmund's Cluster

Sport Cluster Agreement

300.00

Consortium Order

15 x stop watches

134.85

Consortium Order

Netballs, tennis ball, basketballs, hoops, stickers, basket, box

216.45

Consortium Order

Team bands

11.49

Fencing Club

Sept - Oct 2015

175.00

Dance Club 

17/09/2015 & 24/09/2015

0.00

Football Inflation needles

x3

9.99

Fencing Club

02/11/2015 - 16/12/2015 @ £35 per week

245.00

Chelsea Football C4L & Multiskills

02/11/2015 - 16/12/2015 @ £55 per week

385.00

Chelsea After school Football

02/11/2015 - 16/12/2015 @ £35 per week

245.00

Dance Club - Kidzlovefit

Sept 2015

100.00

Dance Club - Kidzlovefit

Oct 2015

150.00

Dance Club - Kidzlovefit

Nov 2015 (reduced rate)

90.00

Dance Club - Kidzlovefit

Dec 2015

60.00

Goal Posts

Consortium

1758.03

Chelsea Football multi skills

04/01/2016 - 24/03/2016 @ £35 per week

350.00

Chelsea C4L school club

04/01/2016 - 24/03/2016 @ £30 per week

300.00

Chelsea After school Football

04/01/2016 - 24/03/2016 @ £35 per week

350.00

School Orienteering Competitions

80.00

Small Schools Games

Tournament Fee

25.00

Boccia Balls Set

149.95

St Edmund's Cluster

Sport Cluster Agreement

300.00

Minibus travel

Various fixtures Oct - Dec 2015

23.00

Fencing Club

12/01/2016 - 22/03/2016 @ £40 per week

400.00

Minibus travel

Various fixtures Jan - Feb 2016

24.50

Coach booking - Tourist

Games Tournament 17/03/2016

100.00

Coach booking - Tourist

Y1 Fundamentals PE 11/03/2016

95.00

Change4Life stickers

7.00

Total Expenditure

6085.26

Total Sports Premium Grant

Part 1

 

6085.26

Part 2 (1/04/16 - 31/08/16)

Area Sports

Admin fee

15.00

Area Sports

Affiliation fee

50.00

Trophies

3 x trophies and engraving

39.89

Chelsea Football multi skills

20/04/2016 - 21/07/2016 @ £35 per week

455.00

Chelsea C4L school club

20/04/2016- 21/07/2016 @ £30 per week

390.00

Chelsea After school Football

20/04/2016 - 20/07/2016 @ £35 per week

455.00

St Edmund's Cluster

Sport Cluster Agreement

300.00

Minibus travel

Winterslow Primary School minibus Jan/Feb 2016

71.00

Archery Club

19/04/2016 - 24/05/2016 @ £40 per week

240.00

Archery Club

07/06/2016 - 19/07/2016 @ £45 per week

270.00

Batteries for Megaphone

Consortium

6.99

Total Sports Premium Grant

Part 2

 

2292.88

TOTAL SPENT

8378.14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In November 2016 the school will begin building an extension to expand the school to a two form entry in September 2017. During the planning stages there were several options to place the building in the school grounds. We held back spending money on playground PE resources, like extra netball hoops and goals, until the building begins. It is hoped the carry-over can be used at this point for maximum effectiveness. We plan to buy extra fixed football posts and netball posts for the new play area.

CPD for dance

Following a developmental survey completed by staff, it was arranged that a dance teacher would deliver CPD to all staff through teaching the children. The teachers observed and gathered ideas during the lessons so that they would be able to teach dance themselves in the following year. This CPD was not only beneficial for the staff to become more confident with teaching dance but also the children to experience a different style of dance lead by a professional.

Street dance for children

All age groups including the reception class had street dance lessons. They were delivered by the ‘Elevate street dance’ team. The children in every class thoroughly enjoyed these lessons. The aim was for the children to experience something new and exciting and to help engage all children in dance; particularly the boys. Both teachers and parents commented on how successfully the dance teaching was especially the confidence gained by the children. Parents said the children really enjoyed it. The children themselves said that they loved street dance and could they do it again! They had lots of fun and each class completed a short performance piece at the end of term to show another class which were later shown in assembly for everyone to see.

Dance development

Old Sarum have been able to fund the dance teacher; Sue Logan to continue to run a lunch time dance club in the school. The children enjoy this club and it allows children to be active but also learning new skills within their lunch time. In the near future I hope to organise a rugby coach to lead ‘Rugby tots’ after school club for the youngers age groups; Reception, Year 1 and year 2. I want to encourage children at a younger age to get involved in different sports and to have fun!

 A new club that will run this term is a Sports leader development club. This has arisen because of the high demand of year 6 children wanting to be sports leaders. From September 2015 to December 2015 there were 2 clubs run by year 6 children; Zumba and Cheerleading, which proved very popular with the younger children. There was an assembly performance of the routines learnt, which were fantastic. Due to the popularity of these clubs, more year 6 children are hoping to run their own lunch time clubs. This is a great leadership opportunity for the children and as a school we want to encourage this. In term 3 a club ran to develop those leaders to know exactly what is needed to run a club such as; positive behaviour management, organising and leadership skills. The children will first observe and help an adult lead a club and then they will have the opportunity to plan and research ideas for their clubs.

Change for life club

During the summer term 2015 this club was run by Miss Adkins and Miss Edwards and by Miss Adkins in September 2016. She writes: ‘The children love this club! It is different and exciting and they are learning about being healthy. The focus for the first three terms is healthy eating and in the second half of the year, the focus will be active lifestyles. The children have been invited to attend the club; targeting those children we feel as a staff will benefit from the club. The children have thoroughly enjoyed this club; tasting new foods, making smoothies, pizza crumpets, fruit salads and bruschetta. They have tried food they really didn’t think that they would enjoy such as humus and pesto. The children are learning that a healthy snack is quick to make and tastes better! ‘

Equipment/ clothing

Having spare PE kit has been brilliant. This means every child participates in two hours PE sessions a week.

New tracksuit tops have been purchased which is great for events like orienteering and netball. They are fleeced on one side and waterproof on the other. They have the school logo on and the teams look professional and ready for a challenge!

Improving playtimes

More equipment will continue to be purchased to help improve the lunchtimes and playtimes and get children more active. The school council will help decide what they think will benefit the school and what the children would like.

DPA- year 6

The results for DPA sessions last year were fantastic! The children have DPA 20 minutes a day and there was a test at the beginning of the year and the end of the year. The fitness levels of all children improved; but by how much was amazing! DPA will continue this year across the school.

CPD

The ‘REAL PE’ scheme of work was introduced in September 2015. The course is designed to give teachers ideas, resources and assessments that it tailored to the new curriculum. The idea is not to teach topics within both PE lessons a week; such as tennis and hockey but to teach the skills in one lesson then applying them to the sport in the other lesson. Our Year 5 teacher attended additional ‘REAL PE’ Gymnastics training in the summer term 2016.

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