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Sports Premium

 

St Mary’s Primary School PE and Sports Grant 2016/17 – Plan and end of year impact report

The Government is providing funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school Head Teachers to spend on improving the quality of PE and school sport for all their children.

Schools will have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

St Mary’s Primary School has been granted £11,992

Purchased Hockey coaching
Description Throughout the year children from each class have taken part in hockey lessons delivered by a professional coach. The staff have worked closely alongside the coach and have learnt how to teach hockey skills to their class so that in the future we can provide high quality hockey lessons within the curriculum.In addition, pupil premium children have had weekly hockey lessons within a small group to ensure they access extra-curricular sporting activities. In Key Stage Two gifted and talented children within P.E had an extra session each week of hockey to extend their tactical awareness and skills within the game.
Objective(s) Impact by the End of the Year
·         To give children the opportunity to experience different sporting activities.·         To raise the standard of hockey within P.E.·         To ensure pupil premium children access an extra-curricular sporting activity.·         To extend gifted and talented children in P.E.  ·         Children enjoyed the hockey lessons and have gained valuable transferable sporting skills.·         The children have made excellent progression within hockey and as a result are confident at applying their skills in a game situation.·         The school have a new hockey team which have been extremely successful and have won their league for Preston Schools.·         Staff have developed understanding of teaching different skills linked to hockey.·         Gifted and Talented children made outstanding progress within hockey and many of these children joined the hockey team.
Purchased PE Resources
Description The P. E co-ordinator completed an audit of resources for delivering games within P.E and has replenished depleted resources to ensure all aspect of games could be delivered to whole classes effectively across both key stages. New storage containers were ordered so these resources could be kept neatly and accessed easily.
Objective(s) Impact by the End of the Year
·         To ensure that there are adequate resources available and that all staff are aware of them. ·         New resources purchased and old ones have been replaced. ·         New resources/better quality resources used by staff in lessons.
Purchased Coaching for before school clubs and lunch time clubs for pupil premium children.
Description A tennis Coach has delivered before school sports clubs and a hockey coach has delivered lunch time sessions to give children the opportunity to develop sports skills further.
Objective(s) Impact by the End of the Year 
·         To deliver sports clubs for pupil premium children.·         Increased participation in sporting activities for pupil premium children.  ·         All pupil premium children enjoyed having the opportunity to take part in extra- curricular sporting activities.
Purchased Independent Static Gym Equipment
Description The field now has free-standing gym equipment that children can access at playtime and during P. E lessons to develop fitness.
Objective(s) Impact by the End of the Year
·         To provide resources that children can independently use in a ‘sporting way’ at break times. ·         To raise fitness levels. ·         The gym equipment has proved to be very popular with children at playtime and is used regularly.·         Each class have access to the Gym equipment and running track during a focused session on ‘Fitness Fridays.’
Purchased Sports Partnership Fees
Description This provides the school with access to competitions and CPD courses etc.
Objective(s) Impact by the End of the Year
·         To provide school with access to various sporting competitions.·         To provide school with access to CPD courses. ·         School have attended many competitions for various sports throughout the year.·         Key Stage one teacher has attended P.E course on new schemes within P.E.
Purchased Tennis Coaching
Description Throughout the year children from each class have taken part in tennis lessons delivered by a professional coach. The staff have worked closely alongside the coach and have learnt how to teach net and ball skills to their class so that in the future we can provide high quality tennis lessons within the curriculum.In addition, pupil premium children have had weekly tennis lessons within a small group to ensure they have access to extra-curricular sporting activities. In Key Stage Two gifted and talented children within P.E had an extra session each week of tennis to extend their tactical awareness and skills within the game.
Objective(s) Impact by the End of the Year
·         To give children the opportunity to experience different sporting activities.·         To raise the standard of tennis within P.E.·         To ensure pupil premium children access an extra-curricular sporting activity.·         To challenge gifted and talented children within P.E.  ·         Children enjoyed the tennis lessons and have gained valuable transferable sporting skills·         The children have made excellent progression within tennis and as a result are confident in playing games·         Staff have developed understanding of teaching different skills linked to tennis and net games. 

·         Gifted and Talented children made outstanding progress within tennis showing tactical awareness and a high skill level.