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Sports and PE Premium

Sports and PE Premium

Academic Year: 2020 - 2021

Total Fund allocated: £18, 380

Date updated: December 2020

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school.

Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement

Key indicator 3: Broader experience profile of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

Percentage of total allocation:  79%

Intent

Implementation

Impact

 

Clear school focus

Action needed to achieve intentions

Funding allocated:

Evidence of impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Use a Multi-Use-Games-Area (MUGA) to enhance pupils’ regular physical activity

-         All pupils are active every day.

-         A dedicated area for sporting activities.

-         Pupils’  engagement with sports is high.

-         Teachers are confident in their knowledge of teaching PE.

-         Sport Leaders/mini leaders are involved in active lunchtimes.

 

 

 

 

Install a Multi-Use-Games-Area (MUGA) in the playground to be used during PE lessons, playtime, Lunchtime and for extra-curricular activities

£14,450

Physical education lessons

-         Enhanced sporting provision because of the many sports that can be played all in one space.

-         Increased confidence and structure for teachers across a range of activities.

-         All pupils active with high expectations and more participation in PE lessons.

-         Enables teachers to teach sports lessons safely all year long.

Lunchtime Activities:

-         Children’s physical fitness will increase as they participate in daily physical exercise to understand and lead a healthy lifestyle: battling the increasing rate of childhood obesity.

-         Scheduled activities during lunchbreaks. 

-         More diverse sports being taught, breaking away from male dominated football games to more inclusive games such as handball and hockey where all children have a new skill and the opportunities to be active.

-         Sports leaders become more responsible and independent, increasing their leadership skills, refereeing games and organising equipment, games, and helping the lunchtime supervisors.

-         Improvements in misbehaviour, especially in boys; girls are joining in activities with increased confidence. Children have higher self-esteem and are more resilient when coping with difficulties and defeat.

Extra-curricular activities

-         Pupils improve physical and mental health, build self-esteem and strengthen self-confidence. They improve academic performance by raising levels of energy, focus and concentration.

-         Profile of competitive sport continued to increase and be promoted in assemblies and in newsletters.

-         A range of activities and skills learnt to improve curriculum enrichment

Ongoing use of the Multi-Use-Games-Area (MUGA) to further embed knowledge and skills in Physical Education.

 

Allow the MUGA to be used for the community to improve community engagement and increase school income.

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport:

Percentage of total allocation:  21%

 

School Games Programme ALSPS

-         Opportunity to compete with other schools in Lewisham.

Children were able to compete against other schools

£262.00

Annual Fee

 

Opportunities for representing school sports team, motivated to be part of a team, building team spirit and self-esteem, showing respect and friendship to other teams

To continue with this programme annually.

Platform School Cricket Programme

Children to be proficient in playing cricket.

Teachers to learn new skills in how to teach cricket.  Year 3 and Year 4 cohort

Two specialist cricket instructors will be employed to coach year 3 and 4.

£300.00

5-week course

 

Professional development for staff attending theses classes, greater knowledge and confidence. Full participation and enjoyment for the children.  Exceptional progress made by 48 children in 5 weeks.

Interschool cricket festival in the Summer term

Playground equipment

Purchase play equipment to promote skills-based games and group-based activities to further support the development of the playground and MUGA.

 

£3,368

Annual Fee

 

-Lunch time leaders leading specified games and activities

- reduction of playground incidents

-Improved pupil voice

-Improved support staff voice staff voice

Continue to monitor the sustainability of equipment. To prioritise replenishing popular equipment on an annually.

Total spent

                 £18,380                                     

 

Signed off by

Headteacher / date

J. Ofori 28.01.21

Subject leader / date

J.Jumbo 28.01.21

Governor / date

NA

Swimming in Year 6 2020

Percentage of pupils who can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres. 25%

Number of pupils who can use a range of strokes effectively.

 

Number of pupils who can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.