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PE & Sports Premium

At Springside, we recognise the impact of PE on the health and well-being of our children and believe that a varied PE curriculum and vast range of extra-curricular opportunities have a positive impact on the children in our school community. We endeavour to give our children opportunities to experience different sporting challenges as they move through the school, and to develop their talents in appropriate competitive formats.

The government’s commitment to provide funding for Primary PE and Sport means that we can now look to further develop and enhance the experience of our children in this area. The funding entitles our school to £8335.  As of September 2017 the sports premium funding has doubled. This means that, in the academic year 2017-18, we received £16,670 to develop PE and Sport in our school.

As a school we have been striving to develop our Physical Education programme and with the support of the government funding, improvements are beginning to show. Information on previous year's spending and impact can be found using the right hand side menu.

We are yet to receive our allocation for the academic year 2018 - 2019 but have created an action plan based on the previous year's allocation.

The 2018 - 2019 PE & Sport Premium WILL HELP US TO PROVIDE:

Intervention Source Cost Expected Impact

Continue to be a part the IPLCN PE Cluster

IPLCN

£300

Above 53% of pupils within the Investigative phase to attend at least 1 competition.

Networking opportunities, sharing of good practise, participating in intra/inter school competitions. These will provide increased opportunities for all pupils as well as continue to develop the knowledge of our staff. 

Registered member of the Youth Sport Trust (Level 2)

Youth Sport Trust

£200

Springside to achieve Silver Youth Sport Trust Quality Mark.

Work with leading experts and access best practice to enhance health, wellbeing and achievement. Access to YST programmes, free resources. Supported to get whole school healthier and more active. Recognition of the schools’ commitment to PE and school sports by obtaining YST Quality mark and raising profile of the school. 

Sports Leader Programme

Play Maker

£100

A further 10 Children to take part in ‘play maker’/ Sports leaders programme, Children involved will improve confidence and self-esteem plus develop some understanding of the four core areas of sports leadership. 

Pupil clothing

TBC £370

Provide Sports leaders with Hoodies, easily identifiable to other pupils and facilitates the raising the profile of the sports leaders.  

Competition kit, Children to be provided with a competition team kit to attend sporting events 

National Trust Membership

National Trust

£200

80 % of pupils within whole school to make expected or more than expected progress in English, Maths and Wellbeing. Resources identified during Pupil Progress meetings - Pupils with sensory processing difficulties will engage more productively in the curriculum. 

TA4+ Sports Specific Springside £9895

To raise the standards in Physical Education and School Sport throughout the school. 

Extra-curricular clubs Junior Jam £1000

Pupils able to access sports they would otherwise not be able to access. 

Active 30:30

Mile a day/ active fit

Implementing MATP

Springside £1000 Children in take part in some sort of physical activity for 30 mins of the day across all phases. 
Outdoor Equipment Source TBC £1605 Increased access to appropriate and inclusive equipment for all pupils regardless of their needs.
CPDL Source TBC £2000 PE focussed CPDL for staff to up-skill and improve their knowledge, improving the delivery and support for pupils. 
Total   £16,670  

 

YEAR 6 Swimming COMPETENCY INFORMATION

Competency Number of pupils currently achieving the competency Intervention Realistic yet ambitious targetted number of pupils achieving the competency 
How many pupils within Year 6 can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres? 1/12

Starfish swimming and instructors

Castleton Swimming baths and instructors

3/12
How many pupils within Year 6 can use a range of strokes effectively? 1/12

Starfish swimming and instructors

Castleton Swimming baths and instructors

3/12
How many pupils within Year 6 can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations? 1/12

Starfish swimming and instructors

Castleton Swimming baths and instructors

3/12

 

In addition, pupils will have the opportunity to participate in the following competitions and activities:

Tournaments Participated in:

  • Dance 
  • Mini Stars (multi sports) 
  • Gymnastics 

Sports and activities offered outside of the curriculum as enrichment

  • Change for life lunch time club
  • Dance lunch time club 
  • Football lunch time club 
  • Multi sports lunch time club