Sports Premium

Sports Funding 2017/2018

St Patrick’s Sports Premium Financial Report 2017/2018:-

How the money will be spent under each key indicator. Amount

 

£10,681

Targeted pupils Impact on pupils (actual or expected) Sustainability/what next?
1.     The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy lifestyles.
Register to Stockton School Sports Partnership (platinum)

 

– Change for life club resources and delivery.

All Y3 children,

Older children not engaged in regular physical activity.

More than 80% of school children in Y3 and above are involved in at least 1 after school club per week. The Y3 children will be motivated to participate in more after school clubs/physical activities in the future.
Healthy Living Day – infant and junior Whole School Children will be inspired to live a healthy lifestyle.

 

Staff to be taught new skills in how to deliver sessions so P.E sessions will be better in future.

Children have an increased knowledge on a healthy lifestyle carried forward throughout their time in school.

 

Staff have a greater knowledge of how to deliver healthy eating sessions in P.E. sessions in the future.

Range of chances throughout school to develop sporting activities.

– Eaglescliffe Forest School

 

– Golf taster sessions

Children are aware of different sporting experiences.

 

They now understand how they can learn whilst staying active.

Teachers to be able to use knowledge of outdoor classroom activities in their own planning. Meaning that lessons in school are becoming more active not just P.E.
2.     The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.
Healthy Living day Whole school The children have enjoyed Healthy Living day and it is hoped teachers will use this to inspire children in other areas of the curriculum. E.g. writing and science. From healthy living day children will develop social skills which will help them improve in other areas of the curriculum.
Guest Speaker – Paralympian. Whole School Children understood how it is important to make the most of their ability.

 

Children’s attitude towards sport has changed for the better.

Words from speaker to be displayed around school and used as inspiration and motivation for years to come.
3.     Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.
Specialist teachers delivering sessions in new areas. Identified year groups.

 

Whole School – dance, golf

KS2 only – Outdoor activities

These are the areas of the curriculum staff identified as areas with most concern.

 

With specialist coaches delivering sessions both in and outside of school children will be given best possible

The school teachers will be confident at delivering sessions in areas they found less so in past.
P.E planning subscription. Whole School. Through P.E. planning the school is now consistent in the delivery of P.E. and in the planning. By using a scheme the progression year on year will be apparent.
4.     Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.
Golf taster session Whole School Children who do not necessarily see sport as a strength have a chance to try a new sport. Relationships developed with nearby local sporting organisations where children will be looking to visit and help provided in future.
Visit to Eaglescliffe Forest School KS2 Children have experienced problem solving skills in a range of outdoor activities, something very few had done before.
5.     Increased participation in competitive sports.
Coaches to transport children to and from sporting events. All Children. Children to be given the chance to further develop their sporting skills in competition against other schools in a competitive environment. Children who enjoy competitive sports aspect will take up the sport outside of school.

 

Children will not miss the chance to show skills due to lack of transport.

 

 

Sports Funding 2016/2017

St Patrick’s Sports Premium Financial Report 2016/2017:-

How the money will be spent under each key indicator Amount

£9,091

Targeted pupils Impact on pupils (actual or expected) Sustainability/what next?
1.     The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy lifestyles.
Register to Stockton School Sports Partnership (platinum)

 

– Change for life club resources and delivery.

£909 All Y3 children,

Older children not engaged in regular physical activity.

More than 80% of school children in Y3 and above are involved in at least 1 after school club per week. The Y3 children will be motivated to participate in more after school clubs/physical activities in the future.
Healthy Living Day – infant and junior £450 Whole School Children will be inspired to live a healthy lifestyle.

 

 

Children have an increased knowledge on a healthy lifestyle carried forward throughout their time in school.

 

Staff have a greater knowledge of how to deliver healthy eating sessions in P.E. sessions in the future.

2.     The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.
Healthy Living day £450 Whole school The children have enjoyed Healthy Living day and it is hoped teachers will use this to inspire children in other areas of the curriculum. From healthy living day children will develop social skills which will help them improve in other areas of the curriculum.
3.     Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.
Specialist sports coaches to deliver P.E. sessions £7500 Whole School Staff identified P.E. teaching as an area of weakness. With specialist coaches the delivery of lessons will be excellent and teachers will be up-skilled. The school teachers will be confident at delivering P.E sessions in the future
P.E planning subscription. £195 Whole School. Through P.E. planning the school is now consistent in the delivery of P.E. and in the planning. By using a scheme the progression year on year will be apparent.
4.     Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.
Healthy Living Day £450 Whole School By selecting activities focused at children’s specific interests, the children now have an opportunity to experience a broader range of sports. Relationships developed with nearby local sporting organisations where children will be looking to visit and help provided in future.
Visiting taster sessions. £150 It is hoped that visits from outside agencies will inspire children to try new sports (such as orienteering) and improve their healthy lifestyle.
5.     Increased participation in competitive sports.
Coaches to transport children to and from sporting events. £855 All Children. Children to be given the chance to further develop their sporting skills in competition against other schools in a competitive environment. Children who enjoy competitive sports aspect will take up the sport outside of school.

 

Children will not miss the chance to show skills due to lack of transport.

 

 

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety
Please complete all of the below:
  What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort, swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?
92%
  What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort, use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?
We do not have this level of detail for our 2017/18 Year 6 cohort, however we recognise the need to work with our swimming providers and capture this for future years.
  What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort, perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?
We do not have this level of detail for our 2017/18 Year 6 cohort, however we recognise the need to work with our swimming providers and capture this for future years.
  Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and   
  above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?                                             (If Yes ensure you report it in the table above)
No