St Boniface RC Primary School

One who does good

PE and Sports Premium

 

2020/2021

Review using 5 key indicators from Department of Education:

Key Achievements

Areas for improvement and baseline evidence needed

Investment in playground equipment to promote active playtimes.

 

Participation in intra- and inter-school competitions

 

Children in years 2 and 3 attend swimming lessons at Tooting Leisure Centre.

 

Road Safety, Bikeability and Scooter training attended by Reception, KS1 and KS2 pupils

 

A wide variety of afterschool clubs provided by specialist coaches.

 

Year 6 residential week in Isle of Wight

Continued investment to maintain equipment and provide greater opportunities.

 

Increase involvement in inter-school competition.

 

 

Offer opportunity for children not achieving standard at swimming to have additional lessons.

 

Promote walking, riding and scooting to school by providing enough storage. Continue to offer training.

Use School Council to ensure after school clubs reflect the choices of pupils.

 

Continue to ensure residential week offers a wide range of outdoor and adventurous activities.

 

Meeting National curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety.

 

What percentage of children leaving St B can swim competently, confidently, and proficiently over 25metres?

 

What percentage of children leaving St B can use a range of strokes effectively?

 

What percentage of children leaving St B can perform safe self rescue in waterbased situations?

 

Schools can use Primary PE and Sports Premium to provide additional funding for swimming but this must be for activities over and above national curriculum requirements. Have you used it this way?

 

 

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all children in regular physical activity.

CMO: primary children should engage in 30 minutes of physical activity a day.

School focus with intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and next steps.

Ensure pupils are receiving 2 sessions of quality PE per week

Games Lesson led by qualified Sports Coach once per week KS2 in addition to teacher taught complementary lesson.

Yr2/3 Swimming taught by qualified coach plus Games, dance or gymnastics on rotation

 

N/A

This cost cannot be included.

Coaches have worked with the school for a number of years, which means they  are familiar with the pupils and the school. The games coach also trains the football team and afterschool basketball club.

This provision will continue as long as school funds allow.

Ensure playtimes are resourced and updated enabling children to be physically active during this time

KS1 TAs attended courses promoting active playtimes.

Liase with teachers and Tas with regards to what is needed.

Purchase equipment and monitor its use. Enlist Sports coaches and Year 6 pupils to support making tidy and reporting damage.

 

Equipment bought Tas have been encouraged to promote active playtimes. Zoned areas of playground to support a variety of activities and rotas introduced to ensure fair participation.

Include School Council and Sports Coaches in decision making.

Equipment continually reviewed.

Encourage children to walk, ride or scoot to/from school daily.

Road safety, Bikeability and Scooter training.

Travel surveys.

‘Move in May”

Walk to school week.

 

Move in May proved a success with £XX raised for the school.

Number of children cycling and scooting increased. Children aware of benefits of park and walk if  a car needs to be used.

 

Offer broad and varied after school provision to reflect the needs of all the children

Analyse current provision. Meet with School Council to place this on their agenda. Parent survey.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Indicator 2: The profile of Physical education, School Sport and Physical Activity (PESSPa) being raised across the school.

School focus with intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and next steps.

Ensure priorities for PE are included in the whole school development plan.

PE lead to meet with SLT and Business manager to discuss priorities for PE and use of funding.

Meet with Working Party to share the vision

 

Meetings held with Head and Business Manager and with Working party.

 

Identify children who need more support to live active life styles

Use assessment data to identify pupils.

 

Ongoing.

Option to offer subsidised places in afterschool activities. Focus of Tas during playtime. Aim to raise attainment through extra provision.

Raise awareness of sporting achievement in celebration assembly and for Sports Day, Football Blitz and KS1Games to be focused on pupils participating in House groups.

Sports activities focus on children being part of a House. Merits given to individuals and team activities.

Achievements celebrated in whole school assembly

 

House ethos runs strongly through the school, with focus not only achievement but also participation, teamwork and resilience.

Offer wider range of intra- school competitions across the term at the end of teaching units.

Showcase success

Ensure photos and reports are sent to school newspaper and uploaded onto school website.

Competition success to be celebrated in whole school assemblies

 

Certificates of merit distributed in assembly.

 

Key Indicator 3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

School focus with intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and next steps.

Support staff in teaching games and gymnastics.

Employ current sports coach to support and team teach with teachers.

Use links with Tooting Gymnastic Club to engage Head Coach to support and team teach gymnastics.

 

Teachers will become more confident in identifying and teaching progressions in skills and organisation of lessons.

Pupils engagement and enjoyment in the lessons will lead to success in learning.

PE lead to observe sessions and survey staff on its impact.

Create an ‘active lives’ survey to analyse pupils views about PE

Year1-6

 

Identify what the children enjoy doing.

Identify where gaps lie

Use to feed into subsequent action plans

Key Indicator4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

School focus with intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and next steps.

All pupils in years 2 & 3 receive swimming lessons.

Pupils have 6 terms of continuous swimming lessons weekly to maximise achievement.

 

X children are able to swim 25 meters

Those who have not met the required standard offered additional lessons in Yr 4

Wide range of afterschool clubs including yoga, dance, basketball, football, karate, netball, dodgeball.

Participation in clubs is high.

 

Engagement and enjoyment in sports leads to lifelong engagement in sport.

Continue to offer a variety of activities.

Ensure residential week  enables pupils to explore a range of physical activities.

Year 6 Isle of Wight residential week

 

Physically active week with new PE opportunities offered to children

 

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport.

School focus with intended impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding allocated

Evidence and impact

Sustainability and next steps.

St B football team

Trials and invitation to join training squad.

 

Friendly games against local schools.

Join Golden League.

Pupils to take part in Wandsworth School Games and ‘Cathletics”

Offer pupils the training and opportunity to take part in SG.

 

Netball, gymnastics, athletics, friendly dodgeball,tennis.

Encourage a greater participation in SG

Sports Day, Football Blitz, KS1Games

KS1 games termly

Sports Day and Football blitz annual events

 

Greatly enjoyed intra-school sport: everyone achieves.

Offer wider range of intra- school competitions across the term at the end of teaching units.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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