Sport Premium

At All Saints Benhilton C of E Primary School we believe PE & Sport plays an important role in making our vision statement a reality for every pupil, with the potential to change young people’s lives for the better.

We welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to provide additional funding for 2 years to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. We are committed to using this resource in developing high quality PE lessons, alongside greater opportunities for sporting competitions and events for all our pupils.

Allocation of funding 2015/16

The school will continue to employ the Specialist PE teacher to deliver the Gym and Dance modules of the PE Curriculum to all pupils throughout the school from Foundation Stage to KS2. Additionally, we are planning use part of the funding to buy into the service provided by the Sutton Schools Sports Partnership which will entitle us to enhanced services, on-going curriculum support and additional competitive opportunities. We will continue to provide quality training for staff, after school sports activities for the pupils and purchase new sports equipment.

In October 2015 & April 2016, All Saints Benhilton C of E Primary received a total of £9,295

This table provides a summary of how we spent the sport premium allocation for the year 2015/156 and the effect it has had on our pupils' PE and sport participation and attainment:

Focus Development/action Support required & Name of responsible person Impact/success criteria Timescale & Cost
Professional learning

Buying into Sutton School Sports Partnership – we accessed the enhanced services, CPD opportunities, on-going curriculum support and additional competitive opportunities of the Sutton Schools Partnership. Sutton School Sport Officer supported Class teachers - enhanced skills and raised understanding of teachers delivering outdoor PE in KS2.

Support from Sutton School Sports Partnership: SPSS Manager SSGO SPSDO

SPSDO supported KS2 teachers in the planning and delivering of lessons.
Increased teachers subject knowledge – particularly rugby and cricket skills
Teachers feel more confident and are more skilled at teaching Outdoor Games.

£3,200 Sport Premium/ balance from school budget

Competition

Buying into Sutton School Sports Partnership - Our pupils took part in a variety of competitive events and benefitted from the physical activity and coaching involved in all the sessions we attended.

Support from Sutton School Sports Partnership: SPSS Manager SSGO SPSDO ASB PE Subject leader

Children throughout the school have opportunities to take part in competitive and non-competitive activities in the borough.

Health & well- being

Extended links with Feeder Secondary School - Organised sessions involved sports festivals and dance events that were accessed by in KS1 & KS2 The pupils benefitted from a well- planned, clearly structured sessions that enhanced their basic skills and that promoted a positive influence on physical activity. These sessions involved mentoring of Young Sports leaders (from our feeder Secondary School) to work with pupils in our school.

Support form GHS PE teachers and Sport Yr 10, 11, 12 Leaders

Key Stage 1 children have the experience of working with young adults in a different setting. Children have the opportunity to participate in competition against children form other schools in the borough.

Cover from school budget

PE specialism

Level 5 PE & Sport Specialism course – delivered through Roehampton University, this course is a nationally recognised, bespoke qualification, written by Sports Leaders UK in partnership with AfPE

ASB PE Subject leader

The PE Subject leader has successfully completed the course. Upskilled PE Subject leader to a higher level to improve overall delivery of the physical education curriculum within school. PE subject leader is using her experiences of this course to inform her own practice and support the PE & Sport needs of the school.

Cover from school budget

Using PE, Sport and physical activity to impact on whole school priorities

Specialist PE teacher employed to teach indoor PE throughout the school (gym & dance focus) - having a specialist teacher, rather than a sports coach enabled the provision of planned lessons, differentiated to the needs of individuals, that ensured a progression of skills and raised involvement, enjoyment and focus in Indoor PE and attainment in this area of PE.

 

Support from Sutton School Sports Partnership: SPSS Manager SSGO SPSDO

ASB PE Subject leader

All children take part in every PE lesson.

Progression throughout the school is evident. High attaining children are well catered for. Children with particular skills are identified and compete in competitions. Children with additional needs are well catered for. Children perform at a much higher level of achievement.

 

£5,695 Sport Premium/ Cover from school budget
Purchasing High quality PE equipment Netball posts replaced and football posts for the playground Use of this equipment in after school clubs and at playtimes. £ 400

Use of Sports Funding at All Saints Benhilton C of E Primary School 2014/15

In 2014/15 each school will receive £8,000 plus an extra £5 per pupil each year for the next two years.

The amount we received for September – March 2014 is £9,475

There will be another allocation of funds in April 2015.

This table provides a summary of how we spent the sport premium allocation for the year 2014/15 and the effect it has had on our pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment:

Focus What impact did this have and what difference has it made to PE and sports participation? PE & Sports Fund used
Specialist  PE  teacher employed  to teach indoor PE throughout the school (gym & dance focus)

Having a specialist teacher, rather than a sports coach enabled the provision of planned lessons, differentiated to  the needs of individuals, that ensured a progression of skills and raised involvement, enjoyment and focus in Indoor PE and attainment in this area of PE. 
Impact:

  • All children are take part in every PE lesson.
  • Progression throughout the school is evident.
  • High attaining children are well catered for.
  • Children with additional needs are well catered for.
  • Children perform at a much higher level of achievement.
£ 9348
Buying into Sutton School Sports Partnership

We accessed the enhanced services, CPD opportunities, on-going curriculum support and additional competitive opportunities of the Sutton Schools Partnership.

Our pupils took part in a variety of competitive events and benefitted from the physical activity and coaching involved in all the sessions we attended.

Sutton School Sport Officer supported Class teachers - enhanced skills and raised understanding of teachers delivering outdoor PE  in KS2.
Impact:

children throughout the school have opportunities to take part in competitive and non-competitive activities in the borough.

£127   Sport Premium/ balance from school budget
Observations/team teaching for teachers

Teachers observed subject specialist teaching.

Each half term, Class Teachers observed either a gymnastics or dance lesson to up-date their knowledge support their skills in teaching both these areas of Indoor PE.

Impact:

All teachers feel more confident and are more skilled at teaching Outdoor Games.

Covered in Subject leader time;PE specialist cover from school budget
Extended links with Feeder Secondary School

Organised sessions involved sports festivals and multi-skills events that were accessed by all Yr 1 pupils and by pupils of other year groups. The pupils benefitted from a well planned, clearly structured sessions that enhanced their basic skills and that promoted a positive influence on physical activity. These sessions involved mentoring of Young Sports leaders (from our feeder Secondary School) to work with pupils in our school.

Impact:

Key Stage 1 children have the experience of working with young adults in a different setting. Children have the opportunity to participate in competition against children form other schools in the borough.

Cover from school budget

 

For the year 2013/14, all school received funding of £8,000 plus £5 per eligible child. At All Saints Benhilton, we have chosen to use this funding in the following ways ...

  • we have employed a specialist PE teacher who teaches across the whole school, ensuring a progression of skills that has raised attainment in PE
  • the specialist teacher provides training in PE and sport for all the teachers in the school
  • full participation in and organisation of sports activities with other schools
  • very good links with our feeder Secondary School, taking children from Y1 to Y6 to make full use of their provision
  • organisation and mentoring of Young Sports leaders (from our feeder Secondary School) to work with pupils in our school
  • training, mentoring and supervision of Hippo Sports Leaders (Y6 pupils)