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Sports Grant

Sports Grant 2017/18

Sports Grant 2017/18 – Outline

 

Physical Education & Sport Grant (PESG)
Total Amount of Physical Education & Sports Grant £18,020
Background & Context of PESG
PESG was introduced from April 2013 so that schools could improve the quality and breadth of their physical and sport education.  Funding is available for the academic years 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17 and 2017-18.

Schools are free to determine how best to use this funding with the expectation that there will be an increased participation by primary aged pupils in PE & Sport so that they develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.

From September 2013, inspectors will assess and report on how effectively this funding is being used to improve PE & Sports provision.

Rationale of PESG

Coleridge Primary is committed to enabling all pupils to achieve to the best of their abilities.  As well as adopting healthy lifestyles we want our children to enjoy, regularly participate in and reach the highest sporting performance level they are capable of.
PESG Project Spending
Project Objective Cost Outcome
Qualified Sports Coaches (Live & Learn Sports) To deliver high quality PE and sports lessons. £11,970 Children see staff as role models for sports and physical activity.

 

To ensure pupils received high quality PE and Sports tuition.

 

For children to access high quality extra- curricular after school provision for sports.

 

To ensure children are given opportunities to try a range of sporting activities.

 

To increase the physical activity levels of all pupils, but also targeted pupils requiring support in this area and help to prevent/reduce obesity levels.

Structured CPD in PE & Sport for school staff To deliver further, more structured opportunities for CPD to staff through lesson delivery. Included in cost of Live & Learn above
Extra-Curricular Sports Clubs 2x high quality clubs provided by Live and Learn.

1x running club to be delivered by senior staff.

Included in cost of Live & Learn above

Cost of school staff – HT: 1x per week for 38 weeks – £1220

Breakfast Time Sports Fixtures Training Sports Coaches provide training for/support staff to prepare children for upcoming sports fixtures. HLTA: 1x per week for 38 weeks – £640

Included in cost of Live & Learn

Sports Activity Leaders Y6 Children trained to lead sporting activities each break and lunchtime in order to increase participation in sports, decrease levels of obesity and support children to become self-regulating in their behaviour. Staff time to train and support Sports Leaders (1x HLTA once per fortnight): £320
Attendance at Sports Festivals, including taking ‘B Teams’. More children, including targeted children, are given the opportunity to compete against teams from other settings. Contribution towards cost of festivals: £1000

Estimated cost of transport to festivals: £2000

Estimated staff hours to supervise increased numbers at festivals: £2000

Total Estimated Cost: 19,510

PESG:  £18.020

Additional cost to school: £1130

 

Sports Grant 2016/17 – Evaluation

Evidencing Impact:  Academic Year 2016-17

 

What did you do and when? Why did you do this? What did it cost?
Live and Learn Sports Coaches were bought in for the equivalent of 1.5 days per week for the academic year. All pupils accessed at least one hour delivered by sports coaches and one hour delivered by school staff.

Children, including disadvantaged, G&T and those in need of increased activity levels, accessed sports festivals on a regular basis.

Live & Learn Sports Coaches also delivered extra-curricular clubs open to both KS1 and KS2 pupils, twice per week: once as part of Breakfast Club and once as an afterschool sports club.

Pupils also attended ‘Fixture Night’ which is organised by Live and Learn.

Sports Coaches also ran holiday club sessions during school holidays.

Staff have accessed some CPD to improve their teaching of PE and Sports.

To ensure pupils received high quality PE and Sports tuition.

For children to access high quality extra- curricular after school provision for sports.

To ensure children are given opportunities to try a range of sporting activities.

To increase the physical activity levels of all pupils, but also targeted pupils requiring support in this area and help to prevent/reduce obesity levels.

Live & Learn Sports – £17,664 for the academic year.

 

What difference have you made? Who benefitted and how? What feedback have you had? Actions for 2017 – 2018
Attendance records demonstrate increased numbers of children attending sports events & clubs.

Attendance records show that numbers of children attending holiday clubs and extra-curricular sporting activities has increased.

Children have access to a wider range of sporting activities.

Pupil attitudes to sports have improved. Feedback from coaches and festivals shows that our children are now keen sportspeople who are willing to have a go, competitive but also courageous in defeat.

Pupils achieve highly in sports – the school has received many trophies and awards from festivals and fixtures.

Certificates for competing at the School Games 2017.

Gained School Games Kite Mark: Bronze Award

All children benefitted as they received high quality tuition delivered by specially trained coaches during the school day.

All children had access to after school clubs, free of charge and accessed a wider range of sports.

Targeted children benefitted from accessing sporting activities in order to raise their activity levels.

Pupil surveys showed that pupils enjoyed the PE sessions delivered by the Sports Coaches.

Parents have commented to Ofsted (July 2017) about how engaged in sports their children have become.

Children commented that they were given the opportunity to try sporting events they had not previously accessed.

Ofsted reviewed the impact of the Sports Premium in July 2017: The physical education and sport premium funding is used effectively to engage pupils in a diverse range of sporting activities. Pupils have achieved highly, for example they participated in a regional tennis final. Sports coaches have worked alongside teachers to increase confidence and expertise when they teach physical education.

PE and Sports Awarding Bodies: School Games Kite Mark .

To ensure staff continue to work alongside Live & Learn Sports Coaches to further develop their knowledge and understanding.

Sports coaches to deliver further, more structured opportunities for CPD to staff through lesson delivery.

To send ‘B Teams’ to sports festivals where possible to enable a greater number of children to access these.

To set up Sports Activity Leaders throughout breaks and lunchtimes.