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PE and Sports Funding

Hook with Warsash C.E. Academy Sports Premium Funding

 

From September 2013 all primary schools have received additional funding specifically for the development of sport within each school. 

See link for further details: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pe-and-sport-premium-for-primary-schools#about-the-pe-and-sport-premium

 

Hook with Warsash C.E Academy has a long tradition of providing opportunities for participation and competition in a wide range of sports, both in the curriculum and through our many extra-curricular sports clubs.

 

Rationale for PE/sport

At Hook-with-Warsash we believe that the promotion of a wide range of sports, the focus on healthy life-style choices, and encouraging children to participate in as much physical activity as possible, will have a long-lasting impact on each child’s life. We also believe in providing our children with as many opportunities as we can for them to compete in competitive sport against other children so that they can: feel part of a team and wider sporting community; develop skills such as cooperation, teamwork and collaboration; learn to cope with success and perceived failure graciously; and develop resilience and perseverance within a sporting setting

 

Our Aims for PE/sport

  • To increase activity levels and well-being of all members of the school community through the promotion of physical activities and the importance of a healthy lifestyle.
  • To develop an understanding of the importance of regular physical activity for maintaining a healthy life.
  • To help develop the individual child's self-esteem, confidence and social skills (co-operating in groups, playing fairly to rules, mixing with children from other schools).
  • To learn to accept success and failure in competitive sport
  • Encourage a positive ethos and promote active citizenship
  • Enable pupils to acquire and develop their physical skills (fine and gross motor skills)
  • Enable pupils to select, use and apply skills
  • Enable pupils to improve performance and understanding through evaluation.
  • Improve pupils’ Knowledge Skills and Understanding of Health and Safety.

 

Sports Grant Funding Report

 

Amount of sports funding allocated for financial year 2021 – 2022:  £19590

What are the objectives?

  • To utilise coaches to model excellent PE teaching alongside the class teacher, and coach class teachers to deliver excellent PE lessons thus improving teacher confidence and competence
  • To provide staff with a planning, monitoring and assessment tool allowing staff to track PE data easily both in terms of performance and participation
  • To increase/sustain participation in extra-curricular clubs/activities
  • To improve performance and outcomes at inter-school competitions
  • To improve equipment to allow children to participate in a wide range of activities both indoor and outside
  • To further increase the participation rate of Hook-with-Warsash in competitions by covering staff
  • To provide structured play and lunch activities created by children and lead by children

 

Areas of focus 2021/22:

  • CPD for all staff to continue – focus on ECTs
  • Tennis for all children in school
  • Re-invigorate competitive sport against other schools.
  • Re-invigorate ASCs and extra-curricular provision
  • Update equipment (some of which is expensive) including goals, netball posts etc
  • Lunchtime – train children and lunchtime supervisors to provide structured lunchtime activities across school
  • Promote structured play sessions in the afternoon (MINI PE)

 

 

Key Strategies

How will this be achieved

Costs

Intended Outcomes

Provide all teaching staff with a sustained block of CPD focusing of delivering a 6-week blocks of quality PE

Use of Dave Hazlegrove from Succeedin PE to work alongside teachers to deliver a 6 week block of PE. Dave’s role is to assist the teacher with delivery as opposed to delivering the content.

Dave will also support at competitions

£10296

High quality PE lessons delivered by teaching staff.

 

Legacy of high-quality PE teaching once PSF is no longer in place

 

Higher number of competitions entered.

 

More competitions won

Provide all children with a 6-week block of high quality Tennis Coaching from our local club professional –Josh Gook

To give all children the chance to participate in a different sport where participation is accessible and local

To foster links with a local sporting club

 

Teachers to work alongside Josh to develop skills to teach tennis and racquet sports independently.

For all children to become confident with the skills needed to play, and the associated rules of tennis through experiencing high-quality tennis lessons.

£2660

Increased participation in extra-curricular Tennis Club.

 

Providing children with opportunity to participate in accessible and interesting activity that can be enjoyed throughout their lives.

 

Legacy of high-quality PE teaching once PSF is no longer in place

To compete in inter-school and extra-curricular competitions and fixtures

To qualify for two or more events at Hampshire Games

To cover teaching staff to attend sporting events and fixtures throughout the school year. Children in year 2, 4 and 6 will attend the bulk of the events due to activities offered via SGO

£1000

For all year 6 children to represent the school in an inter-school or extra-curricular sporting event.

For over 65% of KS2 and 40% of KS1 students to participate in inter-school competitions.

Qualifying for 2 or more events at Hampshire Games

Providing Netball afterschool club for Year 5-6

Hiring of specialist netball coach to train school team and develop less-able netballers

£500

Increased participation in extra-curricular netball.

To win or come runners-up in the local cluster competitions

Providing Football afterschool club for Year 3-4

Hiring of specialist football coach to train school team and develop less-able footballers

£500

Increased participation in extra-curricular football

To win or come runners-up in the local cluster competitions

Purchasing of new equipment to ensure PE can be taught across a range of activities to the highest standard possible.

New equipment includes:

Goal posts

Netball Posts

Class kit bags

Year R Play Equipment

(vital for developing gross-motor skills in Early Years)

 

Throughout the year, more equipment will be purchased based on areas of need.

£2500

High quality PE lessons

 

Impact on competition results on activities linked to new equipment.

 

Gross motor skill development for year R children.

Develop Opportunities for  Structured Games and Physical Activities at Lunchtime

To hire specialists coaches to lead activities on a Monday and Friday

 

For 2 x Lunch Staff to be trained to deliver structured and varied activities for children to participate in a lunchtime across both infants and juniors

 

Training of Lunch Leaders to become leaders of the activities – ACTIVE PLAYTIME PLANNER

£2250

Greater level of physical activity taking place

 

Less disruptive behaviour being observed and reported

 

Upskilling of lunch staff

 

Providing opportunities for children to lead lunchtime activities

Introduce daily Mini-PE

Staff to be trained in a range of activities that can be easily set up and managed by the children in short 20 min periods daily (when normal PE is not timetabled)

£0

Improvement in afternoon focus and behaviour

 

Daily structured exercise which is still fun and engaging

 

2020-2021 Funding Review

Key Strategies

How will this be achieved

Costs

Success Indicators

Impact and Evaluation

Provide all teaching staff with a sustained block of CPD focusing of delivering two 6-week blocks of quality PE

Use of Dave Hazlegrove from Succeedin PE to work alongside teachers to deliver two 6 week block of PE. Dave’s role is to assist the teacher with delivery as opposed to delivering the content.

Dave will also support at competitions

£9360

High quality PE lessons delivered by teaching staff.

 

Legacy of high-quality PE teaching once PSF is no longer in place

 

Higher number of competitions entered.

 

More competitions won

All teaching staff trained on platform and coached in PE lessons

 

Staff reported high levels of confidence when delivering PE lessons

 

 

 

 

 

 

Provide all children with a 6-week block of high quality Tennis Coaching from our local club professional –Josh Gook

To give all children the chance to participate in a different sport where participation is accessible and local

To foster links with a local sporting club

 

Teachers to work alongside Josh to develop skills to teach tennis and racquet sports independently.

For all children to become confident with the skills needed to play, and the associated rules of tennis through experiencing high-quality tennis lessons.

£2030

Increased participation in extra-curricular Tennis Club.

 

Providing children with opportunity to participate in accessible and interesting activity that can be enjoyed throughout their lives.

 

Legacy of high-quality PE teaching once PSF is no longer in place

 

All children took part in a 6 week block of training (minus lockdown period of time)

 

Participation rates continued to remain high and is reflected in number of HWW children attending WTC ASC.

To provide staff with a planning, monitoring and assessment tool for PE participation and performance

Purchasing of the Succeedin PE platform for this year. In addition to providing thousands of PE lesson plans, we are have purchased the Registration and Progress tools this year. This will make it easier to track children’s participation in extra-curricular and inter-school competitions and activities, and provide us with clear strengths and targets for all children in school

 

£899

Identify strengths and weaknesses in PE, allowing staff to focus in on children’s specific needs in PE

 

Identifying more-able students and providing them with opportunities to

 

Track progress over the year

 

Track participation rates over the year

Children tracked across school with general trends identified as:

  • Children loved PE lessons and rated them as excellent in over 90% of cases
  • Children have a high skill level
  • Children have an excellent understanding of games, tactics and strategies to be successful
  • Children are able to manage themselves effectively, including managing conflict within games

To compete in over 70 inter-school and extra-curricular competitions and fixtures

 

To qualify for two or more events at Hampshire Games

To cover teaching staff to attend sporting events and fixtures throughout the school year. Children in year 2, 4 and 6 will attend the bulk of the events due to activities offered via SGO

£500

For all year 6 children to represent the school in an inter-school or extra-curricular sporting event.

 

For over 65% of KS2 and 40% of KS1 students to participate in inter-school competitions

 

Qualifying for 2 or more events at Hampshire Games

NO EXTERNAL EVENTS TOOK PLACE DUE TO COVID-19

 

Money was spent hiring coaches to support at intra-school sports events for year 6 and ‘bubbled’ sports days for ALL year groups

Providing Netball afterschool club for Year 5-6

Hiring of specialist netball coach to train school team and develop less-able netballers

£500

Increased participation in extra-curricular netball.

To win or come runners-up in the local cluster competitions

NO EXTERNAL EVENTS TOOK PLACE DUE TO COVID-19

 

Money was spent on providing extra coaching staff to come in at playtime to deliver structured play opportunities

Purchasing of new equipment to ensure PE can be taught across a range of activities to the highest standard possible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New equipment includes:

Playground Balls

Netballs

Footballs

Hoops

Spots

Year R Play Equipment (vital for developing gross-motor skills in Early Years)

 

Throughout the year, more equipment will be purchased based on areas of need.

 

£900

High quality PE lessons

 

Impact on competition results on activities linked to new equipment.

 

Gross motor skill development for year R children.

Equipment purchased and restocked when required

 

Greater level of balls / cones and bibs needed due to COVID-19 Restrictions

Develop Opportunities for  Structured Games and Physical Activities at Lunchtime

For 2 x Lunch Staff to be trained to deliver structured and varied activities for children to participate in a lunchtime across both infants and juniors

 

Training of Lunch Leaders to become leaders of the activities

£5300

Greater level of physical activity taking place

 

Less disruptive behaviour being observed and reported

 

Upskilling of lunch staff

 

Providing opportunities for children to lead lunchtime activities

DUE TO COVID-19 and due to bubbling, this did not happen

 

Money was spent on hiring external coaches to support with key-worker activity levels and supporting staff isolating

 

Hook-with-Warsash CE Academy Year 6 Swimming Data – From Autumn term 2 -  2021

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

 

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?

94%

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?

86%

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?

90%

Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?

No

 

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