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At Minster Church of England Primary School, PE and the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity is given an extremely high focus.

 

We aim to inspire our children through high quality teaching and providing our children with a wide and varied range of opportunities and experiences. We want our children to aspire and be the best that they can be; to have high participation levels in activity which will help to keep them active and healthy, ensuring they are engaged in their learning across all curriculum subjects.

 

Therefore, we use our School Sports Premium funding in a variety of ways. To ensure we spend this money to gain the greatest impact for our children’s benefit, our actions are planned according to the following five aims:

 

 

  • Increase engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity, kick-starting healthy lifestyles.

  • To raise the profile of PE and Sport across the school as a tool for whole school development.

  • To increase the confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport (auditing needs of children/staff)

  • To provide a broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

  • To increase participation in competitive sport.

     

    The reviewed plan for 2014 – 2015 is below. This details our spend in the previous academic year. It demonstrates how it made a difference to our children in both PE, sports participation and developing our children’s healthy lifestyles.

Sport Premium Grant Allocation:

Sport Premium Grant

£8,000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil for the next five academic years

Current number of pupils on roll 419(of which 359 in Years 1-6)

(grant calculated on 359 Yr 1-6 January 2015 Census)

Total Sport Premium Received

£9,795

 

 

 


 

Minster CE Primary School PE Sports Premium Plan     2016-2017

In this PE Sports Premium Plan, we shall list below ways in which we will be spending our PE Sports Premium Grant for the upcoming academic year 2016-2017. On this plan, we shall list the impact that we hope it to have and when achieved, the impact that it has had in our school. For more information on the PE Sports Premium Grant please see our school website.

September 2016 – August 2017 £9,830

Aim 1: To increase the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy lifestyles

Item

Actions

Estimated Cost

When

Hoped Impact

Overall Impact

Further Action

1.1

PALS

  • Training selected Y5 pupils.

£0

November 2016

Children will become responsible leaders and shall include younger children in learnt games.

 

 

1.3

Healthy Living Week

£400

June 2017

Through musical theatre, workshops led by Farm to Fork and Sports Science classes led by TSC, the children will gain greater awareness of how eating healthily and doing regular exercise improves the body and mind. Children will also be provided with daily sporting opportunities that they would not usually experience.

 

 

 

Forest School

£2360

Term 2

Term 5

Year 1 and Year 3

This will enable children to experience a wider range of activities including OAA in a different setting where engagement will increase as well as a fostering a lifelong understanding of the benefits of exercise and a healthy lifestyle.

 

 

Aim 2: To raise the profile of Physical Education and sport across the school as a tool for whole school development.

2.1

Forest School Outdoor Space Consultation

£225

September 2016

Through collaboration with Forest School expert practitioners, the school will have a clear plan and vision of what forest school facilities can be provided on site

 

 

2.6

To ensure that our good facilities are used to promote Minster and its pupils.

£ 1,347

Throughout

AWPS Rent payable March 17

Minster hosting sporting activities for other schools

 

 

 

EYFS – Writing

Through the development of WriteDance

£310

September 2016

Write Dance Materials and books in order to teach children Write Dance efficiently with the correct resources

 

 

Aim 3: To increase the confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.

3.1

Forest School Level 3 Practitioner

£1600 supply

£850 for 8 day course

November 2016

To provide staff with the ability to plan and support a Forest School Programme as well as opening up new opportunities to specific Forest School equipment (Fire Pits etc).

 

 

3.2

CPD for staff

£600

Ongoing

To ensure the children at Minster receive high quality teaching and learning in sports lessons. The type of CPD will be ascertained as a result of staff completing a thorough and honest audit of skills.

 

 

Aim 4: To provide a broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

4.1

Reinstating as a Super Passport Member

£785

January 2017

This will help our children to experience healthy competition and open greater opportunities for them. It will also help us to work socially alongside other schools.

 

 

4.2

Extra-Curricular Provision

£0

September 2016 – August 2017

All staff to lead an extra-curricular club including new sports to school such as table tennis and badminton.

All children that join a sporting club are to be given the opportunity to represent the school in a friendly or tournament fixture.

Target percentage of children to attending clubs = 80%

 

 

4.4

To offer lunchtime clubs and activities to introduce new experiences.

TSC

£500

September onwards for 25 weeks of the school year

Ensuring that all children have access to sports and team games throughout the year which will help them physically and socially. This will include targeting children who have not accessed any other extracurricular clubs.

Target percentage of children to attending clubs = 80%

 

 

 

Hindleap Support Fund

£500

November 2016

To ensure that all children have the opportunity to attend the Year 6 Residential in June 2017 and experience activities they would not normally have the opportunity to do so.

 

 

Aim 5: To increase participation in competitive sport.

5.1

Reinstating as a Super Passport Member

See 4.1

January 2017

This will help our children to experience healthy competition. It will also help us to work socially alongside other schools.

 

 

5.2

Resources needed for children to attend sporting festivals etc.

  • Renewal of School Staff Car Insurance.

£335

 

Providing this will enable our school to continue to be inclusive to all groups of children. It will allow us as a school to select the strongest possible team available to us

 

 

5.3

Extra-Curricular Provision

£0

September 2016 – August 2017

All staff to lead an extra-curricular club including new sports to school such as table tennis and badminton.

All children that join a sporting club are to be given the opportunity to represent the school in a friendly or tournament fixture.

Target percentage of children to attending clubs = 80%

 

 

 

Total Cost

Comments

 

£9,812

 

 

Minster CE Primary School PE Sports Premium Plan     2015-2016

In this PE Sports Premium Plan, we shall list below ways in which we will be spending our PE Sports Premium Grant for the upcoming academic year 2015-2016. On this plan, we shall list the impact that we hope it to have and when achieved, the impact that it has had in our school.

September 2015 – March 2016 £5,714

Aim 1: To increase the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy lifestyles

Item

Actions

Estimated Cost

When

Hoped Impact

Overall Impact

Further Action

1.1

PALS

  • Training selected Y5 pupils.

£0

September

Children will become responsible leaders and shall include younger children in learnt games.

VERY HIGH

Children learnt a lot from their training and have implemented this on the playground independently. The PALS section of the playground always has a lot of KS1 children around.

Carry out again next year.

 

Bring several of the previous year’s PALS along to help train and teach the new PALS.

1.2

Increasing participation in Extra Curricular Activities.

  • Look at providers
  • Improved variety of clubs

See Subject Leader Costs

Throughout

Get 75% of all children across EYFS – Y6 attending one extra-curricular activity.

HIGH

70% of children attended an extra curricular club during this academic year. This is 5% below the target. Although providing the children with a variety of clubs, marketing these could have increased participation.

Look into how clubs are sold to families

 

Possible Clubs Fair

 

Flyers

 

All children to experience competitive action

Aim 2: To raise the profile of Physical Education and sport across the school as a tool for whole school development.

2.1

KCC PE Review

£480

Paid via Edukent

 

 

3rd December 2015

This will assess how well we are using the Sports Premium and assess the PE in our school.

VERY HIGH

This was extremely helpful for our PE Development. We received positive feedback and helpful ways to make our good practice even stronger.

Bring Sharon Denney back next year to see how things are progressing.

 

Application for the AfPE Quality Mark is ongoing.

2.2

Forest School

£1,137

Charged to Sports Premium 7/1/16 (JNL 013550)

Term 2

Year 3 - This will enable children to experience a wider range of activities including OAA in a different setting.

VERY HIGH

Children experienced activities in a different setting which has given a lot of them confidence and social skills to bring back into school

Look at booking Forest School again for the following academic year.

2.3

Forest School – SLT time for PMc to lead PP group

£476.31

Charged to Sports Premium 22/1/16 JNL 013653

Term 3

PP group – to raise educational standards in writing

 HIGH

 

All children who attended the group were enthused by writing due to the experiences they received – their writing made good progress against the curriculum requirements

Children to be identified for next year in order for PMc to plan

2.4

PE Leader Time

£793.68

(6 days out of class) Charged to Sports Premium 7/1/16 JNL 13550

Ongoing (when needed)

Review and develop a new way of auditing and planning PE leadership and Sports Premium spend to maximise impact for our school.

HIGH

New Sports Leader now in post – will liaise with Business Manager and Head Teacher to set up accountability process and measure success of initiatives included in the Sports Premium Funding

ONGOING

2.5

SLT Training

(WS/KA Sports Premium Funding Training)

£330

charged to Sports Premium 7/1/16 JNL 13550

4th November 2015

To gain a better understanding of Sports Premium Funding and the best ways in which to spend it.

HIGH SLT brought back knowledge and understanding which was relayed to PG during subject meetings.

Look for further SLT training next academic year to keep knowledge fresh.

2.6

To ensure that our good facilities are used to promote Minster and its pupils.

£759.50

Paid March 2015

Throughout

Rent for AWPS - Minster hosting sporting activities for other schools (rest of 2014-2015 payment)

 

HIGH

Currently, Minster has hosted 17 sporting activities with other schools. This is up from 10 on a year ago. We have plans to host a minimum of 7 more before the end of the academic year.

Through Passport Events and TSC, co-ordinate further use of the AWP and MUGA during lunchtimes and after school as well as weekend tournaments

2.7

Monitoring:

  • Staff
  • Sports Premium Funding

See Subject Leader Time

Throughout

To monitor the teaching of PE and Sports Premium Funding to ensure there are high standards in the teaching of PE and that the funding is being used for the greatest impact.

Worked in close collaboration with S.Denny from Ursuline. Attended courses as well as WS and KA who fed back to PE leader.

WS led several meetings with previous PE lead to ascertain what the ebst way forwards for Sports Premium would be. Included Business Manager in this.

Book out time to review PE and how best we can take planning and monitoring forward in terms of Sports Premium Funding

2.8

Developing improved assessment systems for the pupils PE progress

See Subject Leader Time

 

December

To improve how our school assesses progress for pupils in PE using the new curriculum.

HIGH

Minster will be using ‘Classroom Monitor’ to assess the progress for pupils in PE under the new curriculum.

We will assess this next year to see what other options are available.

Aim 3: To increase the confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.

3.1

PE Curriculum for the new Curriculum

 

£1,710

Charged to Sports Premium 29/9/15

September

This will give all staff a new scheme of work along with confidence in how to plan and teach it.

VERY HIGH

Staff took a lot out of this day and was shown how to use the scheme of work. They also had the opportunity to experience some of the activities.

Next year, we will host a refresher session during staff meeting time.

 

Using subject leader time, PG will teach any new members of staff to use the scheme of work and how to plan it.

3.2

Development Day Training for REAL PE

See Above

September

See Above.

See above

See above

3.3

REAL Gym CPD

£370

Charged to Sports Premium 27/1/16

Supply x 2

£360

Charged to Sports Premium 7/1/16 JNL 13550

October

This will give staff confidence in teaching Gymnastics using the format and plans that they are beginning to become familiar with.

MEDIUM

Teachers in Key Stage 1 given training – overall impact has been positive in order to teach the fundamental skills of gymnastics.

Monitoring and feedback

 

Measure the impact by benchmarking specific children through action research

3.4

Forest School Level 1 practitioner training

£486

Charged to Sports Premium 2/10/15

 

£400

supply costs

Not directly charged to Forest School

September

(2 days)

This training will enable staff to carry on with Forest School practices in school afterwards

VERY HIGH

Following on from the success of Forest School, we have trained up select members off staff to enable them to carry on the Forest School Activities.

Move those trained onto a Level 2 practitioner.

 

Offer the option of more staff members to be trained.

 

Carry out sessions with pupils on school premises.

3.5

Basketball CPD (LW)

£60

Charged to Sports Premium 1/2/16

 

£155

Charged to Sports Premium 14/12/15

 

October

This will train pupils how to play basketball whilst also instructing a teacher (LW) in the teaching of basketball. It is then hoped that LW can carry on basketball independently from next year.

MEDIUM

This has helped raise the confidence of LW in her basketball teaching. She coached an after school club and attended a festival too.

LW to continue developing her teaching of basketball.

 

Use the new MUGA so that children have experience of a proper court before festivals.

 

Encourage LW to host a few friendlies on the MUGA so children can experience game experience.

3.6

EVC Training (PMc)

£150

Paid in Oct 15 but not charged to Sports Premium

November

This will ensure that all offsite physical activities are carried out according to KCC requirements including the H&S needs are met.

HIGH

School has efficient systems in place to co-ordinate successfully trips in County and out of County.

Checklist has been produced for all leaders of trips and EVC co-ordinator has provided updates on any developments during staff meetings

Refresher meeting next year in order for new staff to know the process

Aim 4: To provide a broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

4.1

Reinstating as a Super Passport Member

£785

Charged to Sports Premium 25/1/16

September

This will continue to allow us access to useful conferences and courses.

It will also allow our children access to festivals against other schools.

VERY HIGH.

 

Has provided useful access to courses and networking meetings.

Good opportunities for our children to compete.

Reinstate next year.

4.2

To offer lunchtime clubs and activities to introduce new experiences using TSC

£100 26/10/15

£160

30/11/15

£100

14/12/15

£120

1/2/16

 

Throughout

Ensuring that all children have access to sports and team games throughout the year which will help them physically and socially.

HIGH

70% of children who attend school at Minster took part in an extra-curricular club.

Ensure there are more clubs next year led by teaching staff and support staff as well as skilled outside organisations.

Change the ethos of the school so that all children who attend a club get the chance to take part in competitive action

 

4.3

Forest School

See above for Costs

Term 2 – Term 3

This will enable children to experience a wider range of activities including OAA in a different setting.

 

VERY HIGH

Children experienced activities in a different setting which has given a lot of them confidence and social skills to bring back into school

Look at booking Forest School again for the following academic year.

4.4

Extracurricular Provision

See Subject Leader Time

Ongoing

Reviewing the provision provided will ensure that we cover all year groups and a wide range of clubs. This will help us to meet the target of 75% attending a club by the end of the year.

HIGH

70% of children attended an extra curricular club during this academic year. This is 5% below the target. Although providing the children with a variety of clubs, marketing these could have increased participation.

Look into how clubs are sold to families

 

Possible Clubs Fair

 

Flyers

 

All children to experience competitive action

Aim 5: To increase participation in competitive sport.

5.1

Reinstating as a Super Passport Member

For Cost See Above.

September 15

This will continue to allow us access to useful conferences and courses.

It will also allow our children access to festivals against other schools.

VERY HIGH.

 

Has provided useful access to courses and networking meetings.

Good opportunities for our children to compete.

Reinstate next year.

5.2

Range of sporting activities against other schools

See Thanet Passport

Throughout the year

This will help our children to experience healthy competition. It will also help us to work socially alongside other schools.

HIGH

Minster so far has been represented at 23 Thanet Passport Competitions and 6 other Friendly Competitions.

 

We have plans to enter 9 more Thanet Passport Competitions and 5 other Friendly Competitions.

Enter every tournament that Passport provides in order to give everyone a taste for competition

5.3

Ensure school is resourced appropriately for competitive sports.

£495.69

Speedy Shelving 14/1/16

£42.54

KCS 16/10/15

£99.99

KCS 25/10/15

 

When needed

Providing high quality resources will ensure that our children will have experience and practice with the right resources.

Racking/balls/basketballs/pumps

HIGH

The PE stockroom is now tidy with easy access to all equipment thus eradicating health and safety concerns

Ensure the PE stockroom is labelled accordingly in order to avoid equipment getting lost or mixed.

5.4

Assisting entry / resources needed for children to attend sporting festivals etc.

  • Cross Country free
  • Renewal of School Staff Car Insurance.

£80

(Cross Country)

8/10/15

Throughout the year

Providing this will enable our school to continue to be inclusive to all groups of children. It will allow us as a school to select the strongest possible team available to us.

HIGH

Cross Country saw 50 children attend as a result of funding

Look into County events for next year in order to provide assisted funding

 

Total Cost

Comments

 

£9,650.71

April – August 2016 plan Overspent by £3,936.71

 

April 2016 – August 2016 £4081 less overspend £3,936.71 = £144.29

Aim 1: To increase the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy lifestyles

Item

Actions

Estimated Cost

When

Hoped Impact

Overall Impact

Further Action

1.1

Healthy Eating Week

£0

June

A deeper understanding of what is meant by healthy eating and how we can lead healthy lives.

HIGH

Children at Minster now have a deeper understanding of what it means to ‘be healthy’.

Ensure PE is a core focus of this week in order to promote healthy living, not just eating. Liaise with co-ordinators of the week to discuss sporting events and linking to PE.

1.2

Playleaders – REAL PE Challenge Cards

£300

To Be Confirmed.

A wider range of children will have access to the PE curriculum during lunchtimes and will get access to different activities.

Rollover to 2016-2017 if appropriate

N/A

1.3

Family Funs

£850

(Paid Jan 16)

 

 

MEDIUM

A number of families attended Family Funs and felt the course was beneficial

Due to the trained members of staff now not working at Minster, the new PE leader will look into new ways to increase family wellbeing through sports and games

1.4

Increasing participation in Extra Curricular Activities.

  • Look at providers
  • Improved variety of clubs

See Subject Leader Costs

Throughout

Get 75% of all children across EYFS – Y6 attending one extra-curricular activity.

HIGH

70% of children attended an extra curricular club during this academic year. This is 5% below the target. Although providing the children with a variety of clubs, marketing these could have increased participation.

Look into how clubs are sold to families

 

Possible Clubs Fair

 

Flyers

 

All children to experience competitive action

Aim 2: To raise the profile of Physical Education and sport across the school as a tool for whole school development.

2.1

Forest School

£1,300

Paid 19/05/16

 

Term 4

Yr 1 - This will enable children to experience a wider range of activities including OAA in a different setting.

HIGH

The Year 1 children linked their learning during Term 4 to activities that they took part in during Forest School. Many children improved in wellbeing during this week as well as academically.

Investigate more opportunities for Year Groups to visit Forest School

2.2

EYFS – Writing

Through the development of WriteDance

TBC

To be confirmed.

Through children’s enjoyment of PE, writing can be taught in a creative way enabling children to excel in both PE and writing.

HIGH

Write Dance training has been provided to all KS1 staff and support staff.

Starting September 2016

2.3

PE Leader Time

£300

(1 ½ days out of class)

Ongoing (when needed)

Review and develop a new way of auditing and planning PE leadership and Sports Premium spend to maximise impact for our school.

HIGH

Worked in close collaboration with S.Denny from Ursuline. Attended courses as well as WS and KA who fed back to PE leader.

WS led several meetings with previous PE lead to ascertain what the ebst way forwards for Sports Premium would be. Included Business Manager in this.

New PE leader to attend Sports APremium courses aimed at assessment and spending

2.4

To ensure that our good facilities are used to promote Minster and its pupils.

£1,347

Paid 31/3/16

Throughout

AWPS rent April 16 – March 17

Minster hosting sporting activities for other schools

 

HIGH

The AWP and MUGA has provided children with the opportunity to learn sports in a suitable environment. Many children have taken part in competitions such as Rugby (2 codes) and football.

Facilities to be again used for hosting competitions for schools around Thanet

2.5

Monitoring:

  • Staff
  • Sports Premium Funding

See Subject Leader Time

Throughout

To monitor the teaching of PE and Sports Premium Funding to ensure there are high standards in the teaching of PE and that the funding is being used for the greatest impact.

HIGH

Rigorous Monitoring of Real PE and Games has led to The teaching and learning of BEING Good or Outstanding across the Key Stages

Timetable opportunities to monitor during Learning Walks.

Audit staff skills and arrange CPD as necessary.

Aim 3: To increase the confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.

3.1

REAL Dance CPD

£350

June

This will give staff confidence in teaching Dance and building upon the REAL PE programme.

Rollover to 2016-2017 if appropriate

N/A

Aim 4: To provide a broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

4.1

To offer lunchtime clubs and activities to introduce new experiences.

(Basketball, Rugby, TSC etc.)

£500

£120, £140, £ 140, £100

All Paid May-Jul 16

Throughout

Ensuring that all children have access to sports and team games throughout the year which will help them physically and socially.

HIGH

By the end of Term 6, 75% of children had attended a club including children who were coached by TSC Football at lunchtimes

Retain TSC to carry on with lunchtime clubs and Friday football – however, cancel Dodgeball as P.Higgin will now lead.

4.2

Forest School

See above

Term 4/5

Year 4 – one day. Year 1 – 6 week block. This will enable children to experience a wider range of activities including OAA in a different setting.

 

VERY HIGH

Children enthused by linking their learning with Forest School. Children’s mindset and well being improved as well as team work and philosophies. Attainment improved as a result of the above

Investigate increased opportunities for more children at Minster to attend Forest School

4.3

Developing children’s experience in OAA Activities

£120

Paid 20/5/16

May/June

Forest School for Year 6 children not attending Hindleap. This will enable children in Year 5/6 to experience OAA in different settings.

HIGH

Children who attended this day experienced activities that they normally would not get the chance to do.

Investigate Forest School for next year’s Hindleap week

4.6

Extracurricular Provision

See Subject Leader Time

Ongoing

Reviewing the provision provided will ensure that we cover all year groups and a wide range of clubs. This will help us to meet the target of 75% attending a club by the end of the year.

MEDIUM

Reviewed percentage etc of children taking part in clubs. Staff meeting provided in Term 6 to advise staff o how this can improve and the vision of the PE Leader.

Set up school database to keep track of who and who doesn’t attend clubs – target those that don’t and find out what clubs the school could provide that will hook more children to join.

4.7

Golf Lessons

£165

Paid 19/07/16

 

Provide children with the opportunity to learn a sport that has not been resourced for in school due to unfeasible facilities

MEDIUM

10 children took part in golfing activities at Manston Golf Course led by a Golfing professional.

Open up the coaching to M7V schools in order to get more interested in golf.

Aim 5: To increase participation in competitive sport.

5.1

Range of sporting activities against other schools

See Thanet Passport

Throughout the year

This will help our children to experience healthy competition. It will also help us to work socially alongside other schools.

HIGH

Many children experienced competitive sports and have been inspired to join clubs or take part in other extracurricular activities

Provide Passport events at AWP

Ensure all competitions are entered with a key leader responsible for all communication between provider and club leader

5.2

Ensure school is resourced appropriately for competitive sports.

£94

 

When needed

Providing high quality resources will ensure that our children will have experience and practice with the right resources.

HIGH

The school is now well resourced with sports equipment for all sports taught

Audit

New Club equipment to be bought via vouchers

5.3

Resources needed for children to attend sporting festivals etc.

  • Renewal of School Staff Car Insurance.

£335

(Car insurance paid 18 May 16)

Throughout the year

Providing this will enable our school to continue to be inclusive to all groups of children. It will allow us as a school to select the strongest possible team available to us.

HIGH

New ethos of all children who attend a club get the chance to take part in sporting competition. Staff now have the ability to drive children to sporting events ensuring logistics run smoothly and children given best possible chance of performing well in the tournament/festival that they are playing.

Investigate tournaments and festivals for next year and provide families with as much information as possible

 

Market these events so awareness is increased

5.4

Assisting entry for children to attend sporting festivals

  • Swimming Gala

£93

Swimming Gala 3/5/16

June 2016

Paying the entry fee will ensure that all children who have in interest in competitive swimming are able to take part.

HIGH

Children were able to experience a swimming gala for the first time and take part in competitive action

Increase these opportunities for next academic year.

 

Total Cost

Comments

 

£4,710

School Budget contribution of £4,565.71.

 

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