Sport Funding 2020-21        

The purpose of Primary PE and Sport funding:

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.  This means that a school should use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to:

  • Develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers
  • Build capacity and capability within the school to ensure
  • Make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years.

 

School Context

The school is much larger than the average primary school.  There are 402 on role of which 217 are boys and 185 are girls.  There is a two class entry per year group.  Most pupils are from White British backgrounds and speak English as their first language.  The proportion of disabled pupils and those with special educational needs is well below average.  The proportion of pupils eligible for the pupil premium (additional funding from the government) is well below average.

 

The school has good outdoor facilities with a playground with markings, a trim trail, climbing equipment, muga, gym area, quiet garden and a playing field.

At Coddington C of E Primary School we believe PE and 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.

Through PE and Sport our children learn to develop the important qualities of discipline, resilience, communication, team work, ambition, leading to improved concentration, attitude and academic achievement.

 

We welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to provide additional funding for 2 years to improve provision of PE and Sport in Primary Schools, which has been extended.  In July 2017, we welcomed the announcement to almost double the premium funding.  We are committed to using this resources in developing high quality PE lessons, as well as developing further the opportunities for sporting competitions and clubs for all young people.  Over the past 5 years, we have developed the sporting provision across our school and have acquired the Gold School Games mark for 3 consecutive years. 

 

Health and Fitness in Newark

In Newark, 64% of adults are classified as overweight or obese compared to 61% nationally. According to the ‘Slope Index of Inequality’ found in the Newark and Sherwood Health and Wellbeing Partnership Plan 2019 – 2020, 32% of children in year 6 are overweight or obese.

 

 

Review and Reflection

Key achievements to date: 2018 – 2020

Areas for further improvement and baseline of evidence of need: 2020 – 2021

·      Attendance at after school sport clubs

·      Jo Jackson visit

·       Junior Park Run

·      Swimming gala

·      Athletics district finals

·      Other tournaments we entered – football, pop lacrosse, netball etc

·      Activities planned and set during lock down

·      Virtual Sport’s Day – Sock Olympics

 

·         To develop sporting activities at lunch time

·         To increase provision of non-competitive after school sporting clubs such as dance, gymnastics and yoga.

·         To create links with a feeder secondary schools and utilize GSCE PE students in leading after school clubs.

·         To track participation of SEND and Pupil Premium children in sports clubs (before and after school)

·         To increase teacher subject knowledge.

Action Plan and Budget Tracking

 

Funding for 2020/2021: £19,250

 

 

During the academic year September 2020 to July 2021, we plan to spend our funding in the following areas:

The pink area of the table is a comprehensive package purchased from Nottingham Forest Community Trust.

Nottingham Forest Community Trust (NFCT) is a ‘non profit’ organisation based at the City Ground, Nottingham.  NFCT plan and deliver the PE strand of the Premier League Primary Stars (PLPS) programme and provide classroom support.

 

Sport Premium Spend

Activity

Impact / Rationale for spend and desired outcomes

Monitoring

£4,485

Package of support from

Nottingham Forest Community Trust

(Premier League Primary Stars)

Employing a PLPS Head Coach to team-teach alongside teachers to raise standards within Physical Education and Sport.

 

(Half-termly block of 2 hours working with 2 different classes and qualified teachers)

 

Plan and deliver the PE strand of the PLPS programme.

 

Ensure that all delivery is structured and high quality, following the appropriate schemes of work and linking into the National Curriculum and National Governing Body strategies.

 

To raise the quality of teaching in Physical Education and Sport.

 

Develop knowledge, skills and confidence to teach the whole child through sport.

 

To increase pupil participation and range of inclusive activities.

 

A broader experience of a range of sports and activities are offered to all pupils.

Teacher evaluation & lesson observations.

Pupil feedback.

 

Employing PLPS Head Coach to run after school clubs for all year groups on a half-termly basis.

 

To increase pupil participation and range of inclusive activities.

 

To provide a link to a local sports club and to signpost children to join community clubs to take part in sport outside of the school environment beyond the school day.

 

Registers and numbers of children taking part in clubs.

Continuous Professional Development: PLPS Head Coach will nominate and promote teachers to undergo the FA Primary Teachers Award.

 

Staff across the school have increased confidence, knowledge and skills in teaching PE and school sport.

 

Enhance teachers’ knowledge, skills and confidence to improve PE and school sport.

 

 

Sport Premium Spend

Activity

Impact / Rationale for spend and desired outcomes

Monitoring

£320

 

Additional Sports coaches to provide extracurricular activities.

·         Tennis

Extend extracurricular provision offered to children across the school.

Registers and numbers of children taking part in clubs.

£5,850

Sports Coach (KS2)

To raise the quality of teaching in Physical Education and Sport.

A broader experience of a range of sports and activities are offered to all the pupils.

Teacher evaluation and lesson observations.

Pupil feedback.

£775

Supply cover for staff to release them to attend PE training courses.

 

Provision of training course for new and existing staff to enable the school to continue to provide high level PE provision for pupils.

 

Number of training courses attended.

£330

Entry fees to competitions

Affiliation fees to Nottinghamshire FA (£20)

Competition fees to Newark District Primary School Sports Associations (NDPSSA) (£180)

Swimming gala (£50)

Joseph Whitaker for School competitions EMET (£50)

Cross Country (£30)

Giving the pupils a wider competitive arena to play against local teams.

Fostering a team ethos both with the players but also through support from pupils in school.

 

Number of events and number of children taking part in Inter School Competition.

£220

afPE Award

Ensures rigour and sustainability in the planning, monitoring and continuous development of high quality physical education and sport. Recognises and celebrates outstanding practice and innovation in physical education and sport so that the school ‘stands out from the crowd’.

 

Provides a platform for sharing excellence and success

 

afPE Quality Mark awarded

£109

School membership for Association for Physical Education (afPE)

Access to the members’ area of the afPE website which includes the full archive of Physical Education Matters, useful downloads and a wide range of Health & Safety updates.

 

Full Health & Safety advice and support (including advice on Safeguarding, Incident Support, Employment Law Issues and Pre/Post Ofsted inspections).

 

Full access to the new ‘afPE Channel’ where members can view video blogs, news updates and films exemplifying outstanding practice.

 

Staff access and utilise resources.

£1,000

Sports equipment

Replenish existing equipment stocks and dispose of damaged/unsafe equipment.

Equipment utilised in curriculum time and/or extra-curricular clubs.

£10,646

Staffing for before school, after school and lunchtime sports clubs and activities

Kits for children and clothing for staff.

Extend extracurricular provision offered to children across the school.

 

Registers and numbers of children taking part in clubs.

Total – £19,250 (excluding supply cover)