Christ Church C of E Primary School

Christ Church C of E Primary

Sports Premium 2016/17

We have worked hard at Christ Church over the past few years to develop sports across the School. Please read through the contents of this page to see how this has been achieved. The school has received £9060 funding or the 2015/16 academic year.

The Sports Premium has really enabled Christ Church to improve their PE/sports provision over the last two academic years and the School is looking to continue to improve its offer. Most of the premium is spent on the hire of coaches who work alongside teachers throughout the year, in order to improve the quality of teaching and learning. This has enabled the School to ensure that standards in PE are comparable with those in other core subjects at the School, which are all above national averages (see table below). Due to the importance that the School places on high quality physical education, the School ‘add’ further funds to supplement the Sports Premium. In 2014, we were awarded the Sainsbury’s School Games Silver Award. This is the second highest level of award for PE and School Sports and we are aiming to build on that success this year. The school work closely with other local schools to ensure that our pupils engage in high quality sporting experiences throughout the year. The school commits around £17800 to school sports which exceeds the £9060 that the school receive as the Sports Premium.

 

This table shows the percentage of pupils across the school working at levels related to their age. We have compared PE with other core subjects for July 2016

 

 

Reading

%

Writing

%

Maths

%

PE

%

 

BE

below

AE

at

EE

exceed

BE

below

AE

at

EE

exceed

BE

below

AE

at

EE

exceed

BE

below

AE

at

EE

exceed

Year 1

 

13%

86%

40%

10%

86%

30%

10%

90%

33%

17%

83%

30%

Year 2

 

10%

90%

33%

13%

87%

30%

10%

90%

33%

17%

83%

33%

Year 3

 

14%

86%

40%

18%

82%

35%

18%

82%

39%

13%

87%

33%

Year 4

 

21%

79%

40%

21%

79%

30%

17%

83%

30%

17%

83%

30%

Year 5

 

20%

80%

50%

26%

74%

40%

17%

83%

43%

13%

87%

33%

Year 6

 

10%

90%

47%

10%

90%

43%

10%

90%

43%

13%

87%

37%

 

 

Pupil attendance at sports clubs from autumn 2015 until summer 2016

 

Sports Club

Autumn 2015

Spring 2016

Summer

Total

Football

25

25

20

75

Dance

21

15

13

49

Multi-Sports/Gymnastics (Jake)

22

20

24

66

Basketball

18

13

11

43

Tennis

14

13

14

41

Yoga

0

16

16

32

 

 

 

 

 

Total

100

102

98

300

 

What are we doing?

What is the desired impact

What’s the cost?

Any success last year?

Success in 2016/17

Elected Playground Leaders to support physical activity at playtime organising games for their peers.

For children to become more engaged in organised ‘active’ games during playtimes/lunch times

£ 200

2015/16

·         Playground Leaders elected and budget of £200 agreed for resources

·         School has increased its level of play equipment and playground monitors successful in supporting younger pupils

·         New goal posts and basketball hoops purchased as a result of pupil consultation

 

Change4Life club run by Mrs Grabham

For less active children to be positively engaged in physical exercise and become fitter

 

£ - No cost

 

2015/16

·         Children have increased their engagement with sports. This has enabled less confident children to increase their self-esteem in regard to PE and sports.

 

 

School working towards Healthy Schools status

For school to improve its offer to its’ pupils as an improved ‘Healthy School’.

£ 250 to cover release time for DT to attend training and gather evidence

2015/16

·         School have received bronze accreditation and are now applying for silver

 

 

School hosting a range of active sports clubs including: football, basket-ball, dance, gymnastics, drama and tennis.

 

 

 

For children to gain an understanding of new sports and this leading to improved health and well-being.

£ 3.50 per session

Premium not used for the clubs

 

2015/16

·         School have included yoga club within its range of after-school clubs

 

 

To encourage more KS1 pupils to take part in sports clubs

 

 

An increase in after-school sports provision for KS1 pupils through consultation

Premium not used for these clubs

New initiative for 2016/17

 

For Year 6 children to take part in Flat Stan emergency 1st aid training in autumn term.

For pupils to ensure well-being by understanding how to react to potential emergency situation.

Cost of training £395

 

New initiative for 2016/17

 

 

Improving Physical Education

 What are we doing?

What is the desired impact

What’s the cost?

Any success last year?

Success in 2016/17

We have employed Mrs Grabham to Co-ordinate PE/Sports at Christ Church. Mrs Grabham works alongside teachers from Reception to Y6 to ensure that each child benefits from our target of two hours, high quality physical education each week. Mrs Grabham’s key roles are to:

·         Model high quality coaching to meet our curriculum needs.

·         Leading school sports at Christ Church and holding staff INSET

·         Working with teachers to develop an effective approach to assessment, lesson organisation and evaluation.

·         Ensuring all children, regardless of starting points, make good or better progress and have a positive attitude towards team sport

·         Identify G&T children and help to provide pathway to increasing engagement within sports

·         To support children and families that may find access to sports difficult

·         Working with RBG sports lead to ensure that school engage in a range of inter-school sports

 

 

All children make progress in the PE learning

School staff to increase their subject knowledge and understanding of assessment and progression in PE

 

Children have a positive attitude towards looking after their bodies, team sport and enjoyment of sports

 

Children to experience participation in inter-school sports

 

£9000

2015/16

·         Well organised school sports that are now a strength of the school.

·         Increased participation across the school within a range of sports that provide a balanced curriculum.

·         Mrs Grabham is developing an assessment framework that will prepare the school for ‘assessment without levels’. This will be ready for Sept 2015. The PE team have worked alongside teachers to assess accurately for summer reports.

·         Fun ‘sports week’ has been planned for June 2016. This will involve all classes engaging in inclusive sports activities as well as school fundraising (fun run)

·         Children having increased participation in borough sports events. All children across the year have an opportunity to participate in sports activities off-site

·         The school have been awarded the Sainsbury’s Silver Schools mark for progress in establishing sports within the school.

 

 

 

We have teamed up with Fit4Sport, an established and successful provider of high quality sports coaching. A fully qualified coach (Jake Christiansen), is working alongside teachers from Reception to Year 6 to:

·         Model high quality coaching to meet our curriculum needs

·         Work with teachers to develop an effective approach to assessment, lesson organisation and evaluation.

·         Ensure all children, regardless of starting points, make good or better progress and have a positive attitude towards physical education

 All children make progress in the PE learning

School staff to increase their subject knowledge and understanding of assessment and progression in PE

Children have a positive attitude towards looking after their bodies,   team sport and enjoyment of sports

 

Children to experience participation in inter-school sports

£3500

This includes Jake leading a multi-sports club after school on a Tuesday night.

2015/16

 

·         Teachers, children and parents have all very positive about the impact Jake has had on the quality of PE teaching.

·         Jake also runs a gymnastics club once a week and this club is full to capacity.

·         Well organised school sports that is now embedded within school

·         Assessment framework now able to assess children using the new ‘steps’ measures

·         Children having increased participation in borough sports events. All children across the year have an opportunity to participate in sports activities off-site

 

 

We are now tracking attainment and progress of our pupils in PE. We have provided attainment data for our pupils at the end of the 2015/16 academic year and will be reporting on attainment and progress data at the end of this academic year.

 

This will enable us to:

·         Gain a better understanding of the profile of our pupils across the school

·         Identify children that may require support in PE

·         Identify children that excel in PE

Improve our knowledge of assessing pupils so that we can set appropriate next steps

 

2015/16

·         Attainment data for end of 2015/16 year collated and on school website

·         Sports team tracking individuals so that information can be shared at end of academic year

 

 Inter – School Sports – The school have joined a number of other local schools and formed a sports cluster.

Children to experience participation in inter-school sports (both KS1 & KS2)

Increase understanding of competitive sports

Greater understanding of fair play, teamwork and resilience.

 

£200

2015/16

·         Children having increased opportunities to compete against children from local schools and they have also been able to access high quality resources at secondary school

·         Continuation with commitment for inter-school competitions. Children across the school have represented school for football, hockey, cricket and gymnastics so far

·         Mr Waite is co-running the school football team with Mrs Grabham

 

 

A commitment to ensuring that the school has high quality equipment resources to teach the range of activities that form its PE curriculum. The school ring-fences a sum of money each year to purchase/replenish or update sports equipment.

 

To ensure that the resources are available to successfully teach the sports stated within the curriculum.

£600

2015/16

·         Investments in new goal posts for smaller competitions as well as working with RBG for fixed basketball hoops

 

 

 

A commitment to ensuring that children in Year 3 and 4 are taught weekly swimming lessons at Post-16 Campus in Shooters Hill

To ensure that our pupils are taught how to swim at the right age so that they can feel more confident in and around water

£1500

 

 

2015/16

·         Successful transfer to new pool

 

Year 6 to take part in termly tennis sessions at school. This sessions are run by qualified tennis coach

To ensure that children utilise specialist coaching before they move onto secondary school

£350

New initiative for 2016/17