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Sports Premium end of Autumn Term impact

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2014– 2015  Sports Premium Funding (SPF): Breakdown

Amount allocated 2014-2015 £8878

ObjectiveActionsLed ByMonitored ByMilestones
P1To ensure that the SPF is appropriately allocated to meet the needs of all children.
  • Provide appropriate provision for all children; including more able and less able sporty children (P1)

Cost for uniforms – £4310

  • Audit current provision (P1)

No Cost

 

  • Publish the academies PE and school Sport’s Offer (P1,2,3,4)

No Cost

 

  • Evaluate the quality and impact of provision to raise outcomes for all children.

(P1,2,3,4)

No Cost

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Increase number of children participating in Sporting Activities (July 2015) by providing all children with PE kits. (Cost £4310)100% of children can now participate in all PE lessons and after-school clubs eradicating the poor engagement due to lack of kit seen in recent years.

 

 

Audit carried out to identify gaps in provision. Gaps filled by July 2015. This did not happen due to severe staffing shortages.

 

Sports offer published

December 2014

 

 

 

 

Increase in the number of children participating in Sporting Activities.

 

Drop in completed to ensure high quality teaching and learning for all children.

Externally moderated by Total Sporting Solutions

 

P2To monitor the provision of Sports Premium to ensure value for money against the 4 priorities. Provide a breakdown of spending report for Governors (P1,2,3,4)No CostAll lessons observed judged to be at least Good (P2,3,4)No Cost Audit current provision by both internal and external providers (P1,2,3,4)No Cost

 

 

Carry out lesson observations/drop ins

(P1,2,3,4)

No Cost

 

 

 

Analyse and publish a ‘Summary of impact’ report for Governors (P1,2,3,4)

No Cost

 

 

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Sports Premium Breakdown Completed and presented to governors Nov 2014Lesson Observations to take place and drop ins to ensure all lessons are good. Ensure monitoring shows value for money (time spend on PE at maximum)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mid-year and end of year impact statement to governors regarding impact of Sports Premium Funding.

 

No mId-year SPF was presented midyear although one was produced by Total Sporting Solutions

End of year reports presented at Roundtable.

To raise the profile of PE and Sport. Carry out Pupil Voice (P1,2,3) Termly Sporting Newsletter (p3)

 

Sports Ambassador group to be formed (P1,2,3,4)

 

 

Regular Website Updates

PE Lead Sports Coaches

 

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Evidence of pupil consultations. (Focus Consultant- KA) Nov 2014 Fieldhead to be awarded Kitemark ‘Silver’ No Impact on this during 2014-2015Sporting Newsletter to be published Termly

Sporting Ambassador group to be formed and meet weekly with Sports Coach.

Minutes of meetings. See Impact reports from Total Sporting Solutions

 

Visible updates regularly

This has not been updated regularly this year.

To raise the performance and recognise the sporting potential within all children Identify More able children using assessment criteria. (P2)Signpost to sports clubs All staff Principal See Impact reports from Total Sporting Solutions
Increase the participation of children within competitive sports. Attendance at inter-school sports competitions and better own PB. (P1,2,3,4)Increase participation of less sporty children (P1,2,3,4) in after-school clubs Cost- £500All staff Principal Increase in the number of events attended, children participating and placing in competitions.Increase the range of Sport’s Clubs offered after-school to engage reluctant learners. See Impact reports from Total Sporting Solutions
To ensure staff have necessary skills, knowledge and confidence to deliver high quality PE and school sports. Staff to use expertise of external coaches for training and to develop skills. Cost to be met from staffing budget for PPA cover All staff Principal Increased staff skills, knowledge and confidence to deliver high quality PE (ongoing) See Impact Report from Total Sporting Solutions
To ensure all children pass the minimum expectation for Swimming Life Skills before leaving Year 4 School to fund the sessions for children to learn how to swim. Cost – £3800Year 3Principal Total cost £381111 children who have been swimming from Year 4 this year have not me the required standard and will need to continue swimming next year.

 

Total Spend  £8610

Summary of impact

Fieldhead Primary Academy – Progress report Autumn Term 2014

 

  1. To ensure that the SPF is appropriately allocated to meet the needs of all children.

Total Sporting Solutions (TSS) initially met with the Principal regarding what kind of provision school would like to be delivered throughout the autumn term and matched the SPF to the plans for the school to deliver PE through Sport’s Coaches. TSS also held consultation with children and PE coordinator regarding what extra – curricular clubs we could offer as a target for the SPF. We discussed the very poor presentation of children in PE kit and decided to fund a whole school PE kit which immediately increased participation in clubs and lessons.

Autumn 1

Monday – KS1 Multi Sports

Tuesday – Hockey (Years 3/4)

Wednesday – Netball (KS2) – Working towards a team

Thursday – Keep Fit (Year 5/6)

Friday – Football (KS2) – Working towards a team

Autumn 2

Monday – KS1 Multi Sports

Tuesday – Football Yr1, 2, + 3

Wednesday – Netball (KS2) – Working towards a team

Thursday – Keep Fit (Year 5/6)

Friday – Football (KS2) – Working towards a team

As you can see from the above we have opened sessions up to all young people at the school as we feel it’s important to allow children the opportunity to take part in health related exercise.

We also believe it is very important to make all our programmes fully inclusive and try to involve all the children of the school.

  1. To monitor the provision of Sports Premium to ensure value for money against the 4 priorities.

When we’re delivering our provision in school we will target the 4 priorities listed below,

To improve the quality of existing PE teaching through continuing professional development in PE for generalists, so that all primary pupils improve their health, skills and physical literacy, and have broader exposure to a range of sports.

  •  To increase participation levels in competitive sport and healthy activity of pupils, and maintain these into adolescence.
  •  To increase the quality of initial teacher training in PE and sport, and to promote PE specialisation in primary level workforce.
  •  Schools understand and value the benefits of high quality PE and sport, including its use as tool for whole school improvement. Particularly in areas of Discipline, Teamwork , Social skills , Behaviour.

TSS will work with school staff to ensure good assessment procedures are in place; this allows us to see how the children are performing. We will set regular tests for children to monitor their progression. We will also ask young people to fill out regular feedback forms; this allows us to see if children are actually enjoying their PE lessons and extra-curricular clubs. We are also in early discussions to try to make school a Centre of Excellence centre for PE.

TSS are aiming to get more young people participating in health related activities we feel one of the ways we can increase the numbers is to introduce the children to more competitions, we feel this gives the children a purpose to attend weekly sessions and gives them an end goal to focus on. These competitions can be in- school competition or against other schools that TSS are currently working with.

TSS has developed a CPD programme which includes continuous assessment of staff and our flexible programme allows us to keep it relevant.

TSS also delivers some extra-curricular sessions with other school staff; we feel this is important in order to keep the sessions sustainable. TSS helps the member of staff with their planning, deliver and assessment.

 

  1. To raise the profile of PE and Sport.

The fact that one member of staff is in the school every day is important to the children. The key behind raising the profile of PE and Sport within the school is consistency of the member of staff that is on site repeating the same thing about standards during the PE lesson, After School Club and lunch time in the playground. If the standards don’t drop then the children will see how important it is to achieve their best each and every time. 

  1. To raise the performance and recognise the sporting potential within all children.

We will aim to raise the performance levels by utilising specialist sessions in after school clubs, in the KS2 Football and Netball the sessions are geared towards team play and understanding roles within gameplay unlike PPA PE lessons are based around the understanding of the skill. All members of the school teams must attend the after School Club as part of belonging and being part of a team. We have recognised gifted children through testing the children at the beginning of each term. 

  1. Increase the participation of children within competitive sports.

We feel this is important as it allows children to set personal goals, so the understanding of “Why” we do something is very important for the children to understand, for example in Keep Fit the children have now realised that if there don’t put the effort into the session then there is no benefit. In September not one of the children could do leg raises, they are now at the point that one isn’t a problem.

In Spring 1, we would like to offer a Dance Club. With this programme we can offer more variety of activities in the hope of attracting different pupils to the programmes. This will mean we can get more girls involved in the clubs. We believe that by targeting specific groups within the school we can ensure as many as possible engage in our activities.

  1. To ensure staff have necessary skills, knowledge and confidence to deliver high quality PE and school sports.

TSS staff are delivering CPD sessions with teachers in the school in order to skill them up so they can start to deliver their own PE lessons. Jeremy has worked with a NQT, helping her with planning, delivery and assessment.

TSS help the teachers within the school with ideas for lessons and planning and ordering equipment for the school.

Impact Report for Spring and Summer 2015

 

TO ENSURE THAT THE SPF IS APPROPRIATELY ALLOCATED TO MEET THE NEEDS OF ALL CHILDREN

Throughout the spring term we have worked with the PE co-ordinator & KS1 leader to discuss PPA Cover, After School Clubs and Sports Day, during the spring and summer term we have set up a consistent programme for each year group where we include all the young people in our PE lessons. All the lessons are planned well in advance where we will increase the intensity level on a weekly basis to ensure our lessons are challenging for all the children. We used the same After School Club format in the spring term as the autumn term, in the summer term we will change the sessions to introduce Summer Sports.

SPRING

MONDAY – MULTI SPORTS (YEARS 1&2) 6 CHILDREN

TUESDAY – FOOTBALL (YEARS1, 2 & 3) 8 CHILDREN

WEDNESDAY – NETBALL (YEARS 3, 4, 5 & 6) 8 CHILDREN

THURSDAY – DANCE (YEARS 4, 5 & 6) 18 CHILDREN

FRIDAY – FOOTBALL (YEARS 4, 5 & 6) 16 CHILDREN

 

SUMMER

MONDAY – TENNIS (KS1 & YEAR 3) 9 CHILDREN

TUESDAY – FOOTBALL (KS1 & YEARS 3) 12 CHILDREN

WEDNESDAY – ROUNDERS / TENNIS / CRICKET (YEARS 4, 5 & 6) 16 CHILDREN

THURSDAY – DANCE (YEARS 3, 4, 5 & 6) 21 CHILDREN

FRIDAY – FOOTBALL (YEARS 4, 5 & 6) 18 CHILDREN

As you can see during the last two terms we have introduced a Dance Club which has taken off very well. The After – School sessions are similar to lessons as they are skilled based and not about playing a games. All sessions are well planned in advance and we work on developing motor skills, coordination and speed of thought. We encourage the children not to over think scenarios as well as teaching the children rules to understand the sport they’re taking part in. The attendance at each after school club has improved over the year. There are more girls taking part in After School activities now, this is due to the enjoyment of PE lessons and the fun in learning during them and a different variety of sport.

Since September I have taught to KS2, Football, Hockey, Basketball, Tag Rugby, Volleyball, Tennis, Dodge Ball and Cricket.

Summer term 2 we will be doing Rounder’s and Athletics.

 

TO RAISE THE PROFILE OF PE & SPORT

Due to the fact that I work during lunchtime on the Bullying project (PP funding), I have been able to set a few different things during lunch break. This has created a safer & happier environment. This continues on through to lessons which means there are continuous good standards being practiced throughout.

MONDAY: 12:30 – 13:00 FOOTBALL (YEARS 4, 5 & 6)

TUESDAY: 12:00 – 12:30 TENNIS, 12:30 – 13:00 FOOTBALL (YEARS 1, 2 & 3)

WEDNESDAY: 12:30 – 13:00 GIRLS ONLY FOOTBALL

THURSDAY: 12:00 – 12:30 TENNIS, 12:30 – 13:00 FOOTBALL (YEARS 1, 2 & 3)

FRIDAY: 12:30 – 13:00 FOOTBALL (YEAR 4, 5 & 6)

The girl’s football is a big success within the school; all dinner staff are asked by the girls & boys each day about lunch time football.

During Autumn & Spring term we have played football matches against:

FIELDHEAD 4 V 10 HIGHTOWN SCHOOL

FIELDHEAD 6 V 0 CHICKENLEY SCHOOL

WINDMILL SCH 7 V 1 FIELDHEAD

FIELDHEAD 3 V 3 WINDMILL SCHOOL

We have also played a girl’s only match:

FIELDHEAD 0 V 2 CHICKENLEY SCHOOL

The girl’s team was made up of girls from all of KS2. I was very impressed with the attitude & commitment of all the girls, due to the fact that they were playing a team made up of all Year 6 girls who were a lot bigger than themselves.

All the school’s we have played football against have been 2 form entry, so the other schools have more children to pick their team from.

TO RAISE THE PERFORMANCE & RECOGNISE THE SPORTING POTENTIAL WITHIN THE CHILDREN

Re-testing of the children will take place at the beginning of Summer 2 term, the results will be available to assess against the test which were done back in September 2014, and at that point we can measure any progress from the results.

Due to the increase in enjoyment within PE, I now have two or three KS2 children staying behind to assist within KS1 after School Clubs. Kia Elliott in Year 6 has looked at different coaching sessions and created a Netball session. Kia was allowed to coach this session with the help of Miss Bryant & me. We hope to help to coach and motivate these children and help raise awareness within sport.

 

INCREASE THE PARTICIPATION OF CHILDREN WITHIN COMPETITIVE SPORT

I feel that I have been able to get more girls involved in PE lesson and other sports sessions that have taken place at the school. The fact that more girls are asking about different sporting activities show a big difference from when I first came to the school. A girl has featured in every match that we have played in.

The addition of the PE shorts and t-shirts has also improved the number of children taking part. Within PE at the moment the children are not allowed to take their PE kits home, at the end of each term I take the kits and get them all washed in time for the new term.

I am currently trying to organise a Year 6 afternoon with St. Peter’s school to celebrate the end of the SATS. This would involve Football, Netball & Rounder’s, to take place at Fieldhead Academy on Thursday 21ST May 2015.

TO ENSURE STAFF HAVE NECESSARY SKILLS KNOWLEDGE & CONFIDENCE TO DELIVER HIGH QUALITY PE & SCHOOL SPORTS

Since Miss Schofield, has taken over as the PE co-ordinator we have held regular meetings to see how we can improve PE. Before Christmas, we didn’t know about the St. John Fisher partnership, We have now been able to take full advantage of it, we have sent two members of lunch time staff on a Multi Sports course, Year 5 have done a Bike ability course for two days and the use of Dance Mats for two weeks, which were a great success throughout the school, from Year 1 to Year 6.

We built a partnership with another school in Dewsbury, up until Easter Chickenley School were bringing 12 – 15 children each week. This allowed our school to take part in an inter school competition on a weekly basis. We used the sessions as a reward for positive behaviour throughout the week. Unfortunately the PE teacher from Chickenley has now retired but we are looking to set something up again with them.

We have planned and organised Sports Day for the 8th and 9th July. Early Years on the 8th July in the morning, KS1 also on the 8th July in the morning and KS2 on the 9th July in the afternoon at Spenborough Running Track.