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Willaston Church of England Primary School

Sports Premium Strategy Statement

Summary information

School

 

Willaston CE Primary School

Academic Year

2019-2020

Total Sports Premium budget   £22,237 incl. carry forward

Date for next internal review of this strategy   July 2020

Total number of pupils

214

 

 

At Willaston CE Primary we are committed to providing quality learning in a positive, happy, Christian atmosphere where everyone within the school community is valued as an individual. We have high expectations of all and strive to provide a safe, challenging, exciting and stimulating environment. We use the Sports Premium to help us further develop the thriving and diverse sports culture at our school. Through the Sports Premium funding we ensure that all children regardless of sporting ability have access to a wide range of different activities and the opportunity to improve their own performance, achievements and skills.  We closely monitor how we are spending the allocated funds to ensure they are having an impact on all pupils’ achievement.

 

Current attainment 

 

R

Y1

Y2

Y3

Y4

Y5

Y6

On track to achieve expected standard at the end of Key Stage

93%

 93%

86%

 97%

97%

97%

93%

On track to achieve a higher standard at the end of Key Stage

 21%

21%

21%

 28%

20%

17%

20%

Able to swim 25m, use a range of strokes effectively and perform a safe self rescue.

 

 

 

71%

97%

97%

100%

 

 

 

 

Planned expenditure

Academic year

2019-2020

Desired outcome

Chosen action and rationale

Success Criteria

Staff lead

Approx Cost

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Regular CPD session with every teacher on a rolling programme delivered by qualified sports coach ensuring shared expertise.

Peer coaching and a programme of CPD supports quality first teaching and an inclusive approach to the teaching of PE. Barriers are removed to ensure that all children achieve their full potential in every PE lesson. Teachers are confident and knowledgeable regarding the teaching of PE.

Sports Coach and PE Subject Lead

£2090

Increased engagement of all children in physical activity at break, lunch times, own free time and in lessons.

Provide a Play Leader to promote physical activity, exercise and engagement in sports at lunch times

Improve resources to promote physical activity at playtimes.

Introduce workshops which will encourage children to try new sports and physical activities.

Playground improvements maximize the outdoor environment  as a space to encourage an active play time.

 

School grounds developed to promote healthy playtimes. All children will have access to a wide range of sports and physical activities. Playtimes are active, exciting and engaging. Children have the opportunity to try new sports and activities and are encouraged to keep themselves healthy.

HT/Subject Lead

£5,000

 

£3,500

 

£2,000

 

£5,747

Increased participation in competitive sport.

 

Increase opportunities for children to take part in events at different venues. Develop children’s awareness of the full range of sports on offer.

 Transport is provided to enable pupils to participate in the Neston Cluster interschool competitions and sports festivals.

Supply to allow a staff member to attend sporting activities with children.

Subject Lead

£1,000

 

£1,500

 

All children able to access physical activity.

 

Additional alternative sports are provided for children with specific individual needs. All children able to access physical activity. 

 

Provision for PE meets children’s individual needs. All children can access physical activity and well being is promoted.  

HT/SENCO

£1,400

Total budgeted cost

£22,237

Review of expenditure

Previous Academic Year

2018-2019

Desired outcome

Impact: Did you meet the success criteria?

Lessons learned

Approx cost

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Staff identified professional attributes in PE lessons promoting good behaviour and a positive working atmosphere. They explored the use of IPEP, our electronic assessment tracking tool. Staff identified professional elements of the lessons which identified them as good lessons and collected a range of new activities to use.

Peer teaching of PE ensures that all our staff remain skilled at teaching the PE curriculum. Teachers are also well aware of the children’s ability level in this subject as they regularly experience to lesson alongside the children.

£2090

Increased engagement of all children in physical activity at break and lunch times.

 Provide a Play Leader to promote physical activity, exercise and engagement in sports at lunch times

Play Leader has been really successful in engaging all children in physical activity this year. Children are far more active in their play and experiencing a wide range of different sports and activities. Dance has also been popular at lunch times with children of all ages. 

Improve resources to promote physical activity at playtimes.

A wide range of different resources has promoted access to many different sports and activities at lunch time. Vollyball nets and yoga mats have been popular additions to our resources that we didn’t previously have.

Introduce workshops which will encourage children to try new sports and physical activities.

Dance has been well received early on in the academic year with dance workshops being provided for every year group.

Install ‘Anomaly’ screen in playground to motivate and inspire children to engage in physical activity and encourage a healthy lifestyle.

This was investigated and decided against.

Children like lots of different activities. Therefore, in order to engage all children in physical activity, it is important to vary the activities on offer.

Staff appreciated the support with dance through the dance workshops provided.

£3,000

 

 

£4422

 

£900

 

£0

Increased participation in competitive sport.

 

 

Children have competed at every activity against other Neston schools. Events include football, netball, rugby, basketball, cricket, athletics, orienteering, hockey and cross country. Our netball, basketball and cricket teams won the Neston Cluster events and went through to represent Neston in the next rounds. Our Y5&6 boys came 1st, Y5&6 girls came 3rd, Y3&4 boys came 3rd and Y3&4 girls came 2nd overall in the final of the Neston and Ellesmere Port Cross Country event.  We were delighted to achieve the Outstanding Contribution to School Sport at Neston High School this year.

We achieved the School Games Mark Silver Award.

Many of the competitions were towards the end of the year. We intend to encourage the Neston cluster to spread the competitions out throughout the year next academic year. We will also try to organise  some league events which would allow for teams to have more opportunities to compete throughout the year.

£785

All children able to access physical activity.

This year we have provided additional physical activities for some of our children with additional needs in horse riding and swimming.

 

‘Horse riding has really helped to improve (child’s) posture. The children enjoy coming back into class and talking about horse riding to their friends’. (Teaching Assistant)

‘Horse riding has been great for (child) to improve his social skills, he/she is now confident to talk to all of the volunteers’. (Teaching Assistant)

‘I like horse riding it makes me happy. I love going on Domino’. (Year 1)

Starting swimming a year earlier and providing specialist teachers who go in the water with the children enables the children the best possible opportunity of achieving 25m in Year 6.

Horse riding and swimming for children with additional needs ensures that our provision for PE meets the individual needs of of all our children. Physical activity and well being is promoted.

£880

           

   

 Please click on the link below to view our Sports Premium Strategy Statement.

 


Sports Premium Strategy Statement 2019-2020.pdf (PDF 241.9KB)
Sports Premium Strategy Statement 2018-2019.pdf (PDF 101.0KB)