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Sports Grant 2018-2018
Primary P.E and Sports Premium Grant 2017 – 2018
Area 1 - Physical Activity
Identified Priorities What we intend to do and why? Expected Cost Expected Impact How we will measure impact
Wake up/shake up To purchase some equipment to be used during the activity.
 
£100 We hope children will use the equipment frequently and encourage more children/parents to join in. Observations and surveys will help to prove the amount of children joining in Wake up/shake up.
 
To purchase fitness equipment for the playground, to be used throughout the school year to engage children before, during and after school. Purchase 5+ pieces of gym equipment for the school playground, so that the children throughout the school can become more active and lead more healthier lifestyles. Approx £5000 We hope that children are more active before, during and after school.
I expect that children will be happier at break times, reducing negative behaviour outside.
I will also expect children to use equipment during PE lessons.
Pupil voice to assess opinions of the children.
Staff to monitor usage of equipment.
Parent questionnaires to assess what they think.
Padded floor for under adventure playground and KS1 frame We will need to install a padded floor for under adventure playground and KS1 frame. Approx. £5000 I expect to see children using the play areas throughout the whole school year.
 
Children to feel safe and happy using the equipment.
Pupil voice to assess opinions of the children.
Staff to monitor usage of equipment.
Observations and surveys will help to prove usage of equipment.
Children to be more active during lunchtimes. We will purchase more playground equipment to inspire and motivate the children in becoming active during lunchtimes. £800 We hope children will use the equipment frequently and be more active during lunchtimes. Observations and surveys will help to prove the amount of children active during lunchtimes has increased.
Play leaders to run more lunchtime sessions. We would like the young leaders to run more lunchtime sessions. However due to lack of hall space this is not possible. We will purchase one container for the field to house the equipment the young leaders will need to conduct sessions. £100 We will hopefully see the young leaders plan and deliver more sessions of lunchtime due to being able to access the correct equipment. We will identify how many sessions have been planned and delivered by the play leaders. We will also identify how many more children have been active at lunchtimes as a result of the sessions.
Fit4schools Fit4Schools programme to assess pupil progress and set individualised programmes of learning for pupils which can be used to develop core skills both at home and school. £2900 We would hope to see an increased awareness of health recommendations and number of pupils meeting these.                                                               We would also like to see increased engagement of parents within the school. We will monitor data from the Fit4schools programme tests that the children will routinely complete.
 
 
Encouraging children to be active outside school.
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Purchase active homework bags (8 x early year bags and 2 x primary literacy and numeracy bags). Start to send out to encourage pupils to be active for 30mins out of school in line with the new obesity strategy recommendations. £1200 (was match funded)
 
We hope that children will enjoy using the homework bags at home, which will hopefully engage parents with the importance of PE. Through pupil voice and parent questionnaires, we will be able to evaluate the effectiveness of the bags.
Recording of homework bag by the y2 and EYFS teacher.
Reception and year 1 children to use bikes during their free and supervised playtimes. Purchase of Balanceability bikes for children in reception to use £723.60 Children to be more active during their play and free times.
Children also practicing a skill (riding a bike).
Through observations, children will see children being more active during their free and supervised play times.
We will also see through the year, the children’s ability in using the bike improve.
 
 
Area 2 - Physical Education
Identified Priorities What we intend to do and why? Expected Cost Expected Impact How we will measure impact
Increase staff confidence and ability to teach PE as per identified needs on audit.
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PE CPD needs planned for the year based on staff feedback and monitoring activities conducted;
- 3 day securing good PE teaching – (DP) The Willows Primary School.  23.1.18  12.3.18  3.5.18
- Early years physical development course – The Willows Primary School – 5.2.18                     
- other potential courses needed or quality team teaching viewing other school
£1200 (was match funded) We hope children will receive more effective PE lessons and teachers will gain a deeper understanding in how to plan and deliver PE lessons. Observations of teachers will hopefully show an increase in confidence and ability when delivering PE lessons.
We will also monitor results from termly core tasks/
Raise profile of the impact physical activity can have attainment with Literacy and Numeracy. Active learning package including attendance at:
- Active maths course – 12.10.17 - The Willows Primary School.
- Active Literacy course – 15.01.18 – Cheadle Primary School
Within the £1,200 price above Children’s physical literacy/Numeracy  will improve throughout the sessions and the teacher will be more secure in planning and delivering effective PE lessons. We will see increased attainment and enjoyment of literacy and numeracy.
We will also observe active lessons that the children enjoy.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Area 3 - Participation
Identified Priorities What we intend to do and why? Expected Cost Expected Impact How we will measure impact
More children to be active during lunchtime. We.ve hired a sports coach to run four lunchtime clubs. Monday and Thursday lunchtimes are used to encourage children who would not usually participate in sporting events.
Dinner time staff to also lead lunchtime activity groups.
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£500 We expect to see the two lunchtime clubs full (20). This will mean 40 children a week will be receiving good quality sessions during lunchtimes. That is 40 children physically active who would not be without the opportunity. We will monitor the attendance of the children to ensure the lunchtime sessions are having maximum impact.
More boys/ girls  to participate in competitions. Last year we felt there were lots of missed opportunities in regards to boys taking part in competitions. Having spoken to a number of the boys we felt the lack of kit available discouraged them from representing the school. We have spent £200 in replenishing school team kits.
Also transport getting children to and from sporting events e.g. CG for dance festival
£500 We hope to see more boys/girls take part in competitions outside of school due to the correct kit being available when representing the school. We will monitor how many boys/girls take part in competitions. We will also take feedback in regards to how the boys feel when representing the school.
 
This is a working document. It may be adapted throughout the year.
 
Mr Pickering
22/11/17