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Eskdale, Skelmersdale, Lancashire, WN8 6ED

01695 721881

bursar@delphside.lancs.sch.uk

Delph Side Community Primary School

Enjoy, Embrace, Evolve - "We Make the Difference!"

Sports Premium Funding

 

2017 to 2018

Key achievements to date:

Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:

  • Nursery, year 3, 4, 5 and 6 attend swimming lessons throughout the year.
  • Competing in a range of sports competitions.
  • Children take part in two high quality PE sessions each week (this is either two school based PE lessons or one school based PE lesson and one swimming lesson).
  • Year 6 have taken part in Bikeability.
  • Children are taking part in physical activity during playtimes through play leaders.
  • Gross Motor for identified KS1/KS2 and SEND learners across the school
  • Struggling learners take part in PE intervention sessions twice a week.
  • Year 5 to take part in Bikeability.
  • To improve performance at competitions within cluster – aim to achieve a trophy
  • Focus on athletics achievement in Summer competition, prepare children.
  • Ensure Y6 children who aren’t on track to meet target, have extra session

   

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

Please complete all of the below:

What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 meters when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?

61%

What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke] when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?

61%

What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?

90.5%

Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?

Yes (Nursery)

  

Physical Education

Activity

Sport

Academic Year: September 2017 – July 2018

Total fund allocated: £17280

Date Updated: 16.3.18

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school (PE and Activity)

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Playtimes to be more active

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appoint new Sports Apprentice to lead sports activities during lunch and break times

  • Year 5 children will take part in Play Makers to plan lessons and learn how to support younger children during physical activity.
  • Peer and self-motivating when it comes to getting involved with physical activity.

  

  • Playground equipment to be purchased to be used at break and lunch time. Lunch time staff to run/monitor.

  

  • Activities to be timetabled run by Sports Apprentice at lunch and break times.

SHARES Package

(incl in £11,000)

 

 

 

 

 

£569

 

 

 

£4819

(Sports Apprentice)

28 children trained in Play Makers

Significant increase in participation, led by playleaders

Decrease in behaviour incidences at lunchtime.

  

PAQ regarding involvement in physical activity during break and lunch times.

  

56% on children said that they took part in physical activity during play and lunch times in December 2017. This is to be reviewed in June 2018.

Year 6 to lead play during Autumn term of 2018

Year 5 to take part in Play Leaders training in Autumn 2018.

  

  

Resources well-ordered and used regularly.

 

Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement (PE & Sport)

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Children participate in high-quality PE lessons asssisted by qualified sports coaches

 

  

 

Qualified sports coaches to deliver extracurricular school clubs (twice weekly)

 

Sports Clubs delivered by Sports Apprentice (twice weekly)

  • SHARES bought in to support PE lessons.

  

 

  

  • To ensure the clubs reflect upcoming tournaments, to ensure children are well prepared

  

  • Sports Apprentice to run high quality after school sport clubs.

SHARES Package

(incl in £11,000)

     

SHARES Package

(incl in £11,000)

 

£4819

(Sports Apprentice)

14% GD, 77% WA and 9% WT from 2016/17 academic year. Target for WA to improve across the school to a targeted 80%.

  

Participation in extra-curricular clubs is to be at capacity.

  

Improved performance at events.

Continue to monitor data and target intervention as appropriate.

  

  

On-going review of available clubs.

  

Maintaining this as a whole school focus in PE/Sport to ensure this is embedded the next academic year.

 

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport (PE)

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils :

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

Working alongside sports specialists to develop confidence, knowledge and skills of different sports to teach.

Taking part in lessons and CPD training sessions.

SHARES Package

(incl in £11,000)

Increase in assessment data across the PE curriculum. Assessments now monitored through SHARES and OTrack assessments. Each child is monitored as to whether they are working toward, working at or greater depth each half term.

SAQ on staff confidence in teaching PE.

CPD to be ongoing each academic year

 

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils (Sport and Activity)

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

Children to take part in a range of sports outside of PE lessons.

  

  

  

Year 5 and 6 children to take part in Bikeability.

  

Pupils with identified Gross Motor needs to participate in gross motor intervention sessions led by the Sports Apprentice.

  • A range of sport clubs to be offered each half term by sporting coachs and staff

  

  

  • To arrange bikeability via Go Velo

  

  • Sports apprentice to deliver intervention twice weekly.

SHARES Package

(incl in £11,000)

 

   

FREE

 

 

£4819

(Sports Apprentice)

Records of sports clubs are to be monitored on a half termly basis by the PE coordinator. This is to be in place by the start of the next academic year.

  

80% of children have achieved a level 2 in Bikeability

  

Confidence of Pupils with identified needs is improved as shown in PAQ data

At the end of Spring Term 1, 34% of gross motor targets were emerging, 45% of targets were developing and 21% of targets were established. The target is to have the amount of established targets to reach 35% by the end of the academic year.

Children to have a broader range of sports offered to them a break and lunch times. Children who attend clubs will have the opportunity to take part in competitions.

  

To look to offer each year.

  

  

To monitor the impact on children’s confidence

 

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport (Sport)

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils :

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

To increase children’s participation in competitive sport.

  • Enter groups of pupils into SHARES tournaments
  • Enter pupils into inclusion events when available

SHARES Package

(incl in £11,000)

Children from every year group to participate in a range of sports tournaments.

Increase the number of children participating in events and tournaments.

 

 

2016 to 2017

The government has provided each school in the country with sports funding so that the provision for sport is improved at school level enabling all children to receive high quality PE lessons and school sport.  For the current academic year, Delph Side have been allocated with approximately £8908.

 

We aim to spend the money in the following ways:

How we will spend the funding this year:

Allocation of Sports Premium Funding

Use of SHARES sports coaches for CPD and membership

to events and competitions through membership of the SHARES Sports Association

£7958

Additional staffing to provide:

Lunchtime sporting clubs

£950

After School Sports Coordinator

Total cost:

£8908

 

We also need to purchase equipment to support school sport; this is taken out of the school budget.

 

 

We aim to:

  1. Achieve the School Games 'Gold Mark' by ensuring we provide our pupils with opportunities for intra school competitions and B League competitions
  2. Continue to improve the quality of learning in PE through the use of high quality coaches
  3. Continue to use assessment systems in PE to help target underachievement and the needs of key groups through targeted clubs
  4. Have more pupils being involved in sport and therefore improve their health and fitness
  5. Continue to ensure all groups of pupils can access high quality sport and competition

Impact to Date:

  • B League fixtures have been targeted and attended
  • A number of sporting competitions have been attended
  • A range of lunch time and after school sporting clubs are in place
  • Equipment purchased
  • Children who are working below the expected level have been invited to a lunchtime club run by SHARES and organised by the Subject Leader, to further develop their skills ensuring they close the gap to the expected standard.
  • After School Sports Co-ordinator leading clubs at lunchtime and ensuring events are attended
  • Year 3/4 football tournament- our team managed to obtain 3rd place in their competition
  • Years 3/4 handball tournament- our team managed to reach the quarter finals
  • Year 5/6 swimming lessons have been extremely successful- many children achieving ASA standards
  • All children, as part of enrichment for Remembrance Week, took part in ‘Military Style Sport’ during their PE lessons to increase awareness of what it would have been like in WW2 for both children and soldiers.
  • Children in Years 1 and 2 have taken part in the Multi-skills Competition and came 8th out of 16 schools.
  • Participation of after school sporting clubs is 47% so far this academic year
  • Year 5/6 basketball team were runners up, coming 2nd out of 12 schools
  • Year 5/6 hockey team were the winners of the SHARES hockey tournament
  • Children in Year 1 and 2 took part in a football competition

 

How will we make sure that the improvements are sustainable?

 

PE and school sport is continually monitored by our PE Subject Leader and information is fed back to our Senior Leadership Team. Tracking systems are in place to identify pupils working within, above or below age related expectations, the results of which will help us to continue to identify areas to improve so that we sustain achievement in PE and sport.  The School Games Mark provides clear success criteria for effective provision that has helped us to identify areas to improve and once we have achieved the Gold Mark, will help us to sustain them.

 

Through our commitment to drive up participation numbers, the school will ensure that there are effective staff available to lead clubs both at lunchtime and after school so that every child has the opportunity to participate in school sport.  We are committed to competition through School Games events and through the SHARES Sports Association.  The school works alongside fully qualified coaches to provide CPD for staff.

 

SHARES Physical Education Report - Click to download.

 

SHARES Sports Timetable

 

Term

KS1

KS2

Autumn 1

Multi Skills with Net and Wall

3 Weeks OAAC

5 Weeks Net and Wall (Tennis)

Autumn 2

Dance

 

Dance

Spring 1

Gymnastics

 

Gymnastics

Spring 2

Multi Skills with Invasion Games focus

Invasion Games (Basketball/ Netball)

Summer 1

Multi Skills with Striking and Fielding Focus

Striking and Fielding (Cricket/Rounders)

Summer 2

Multi Skills with Athletics Focus

Athletics

 

 

2015 to 2016

The government has provided each school in the country with sports funding so that the provision for sport is improved at school level enabling all children to receive high quality PE lessons and school sport.  For the current academic year, Delph Side have been allocated with approximately £8835.

 

We aim to spend the money in the following ways:

How we will spend the funding this year: Allocation of Sports Premium Funding

Use of SHARES sports coaches for CPD and membership

to events and competitions through membership of the SHARES Sports Association

£4500
Staffing to support lunchtime sporting clubs £2000
After School Sports Coordinator £1500
Purchase of equipment to support school sport

£835

We aim to:

  • Achieve the School Games 'Gold Mark' by ensuring we provide our pupils with opportunities for intra school competitions and B League competitions
  • Continue to improve the quality of learning in PE through the use of high quality coaches
  • Continue to use assessment systems in PE to help target underachievement and the needs of key groups through targeted clubs
  • Have more pupils being involved in sport and therefore improve their health and fitness
  • Continue to ensure all groups of pupils can access high quality sport and competition

Impact to Date:

  • B League fixtures have been targeted and attended
  • A number of sporting competitions have been attended
  • A range of lunch time and after school sporting clubs are in place
  • Equipment purchased
  • After School Sports Co-ordinator leading clubs at lunchtime and ensuring events are attended
  • Y5/6 indoor athletics team came 5th in their competition
  • Y2 Multi Skills Team came 3rd in their competition
  • Our Basketball Team came 3rd in their competition
  • Participation of after school sporting clubs is 47% so far this academic year
  • New systems have been trialled over the last three weeks of the Autumn Term to collect information around lunchtime sporting clubs and so far 60% have participated

How will we make sure that the improvements are sustainable?

 

PE and school sport is continually monitored by our PE Subject Leader and information is fed back to our Senior Leadership Team.  Tracking systems are in place to identify pupils working within, above or below age related expectations, the results of which will help us to continue to identify areas to improve so that we sustain achievement in PE and sport.  The School Games Mark provides clear success criteria for effective provision that has helped us to identify areas to improve and once we have achieved the Gold Mark, will help us to sustain them.

 

Through our commitment to drive up participation numbers, the school will ensure that there are effective staff available to lead clubs both at lunchtime and after school so that every child has the opportunity to participate in school sport.  We are committed to competition through School Games events and through the SHARES Sports Association.  The school works alongside fully qualified coaches to provide CPD for staff.

 

 

2014 to 2015

 

In 2014 to 2015, the school received £8829.00 in Sports Premium Funding.  The funding was spent on the following:

  • Membership of the West Lancashire School Sports Partnership which including coaches team teaching with staff to raise the quality of learning in PE; membership of events and competitions
  • Membership of SHARES Sport which included coaches in our Year 5 class and access to competitions and events
  • Aspirational trips to the National Football Museum and Old Trafford to watch a 20/20 cricket match
  • Purchase of equipment to support school sport

 We aimed to:

  • Improve the quality of learning in PE lessons
  • Continue to develop assessment systems to identify performance of key groups
  • Increase participation in out of hours school sport

Impact:

 

  • All pupils have access to teaching and learning in PE which is at least good
  • Assessment systems are now embedded allowing the PE Subject Leader to identify need s which are action planned
  • Attainment in Dance improved last year especially at Key Stage 2.  In other areas, attainment remained broadly in line with the previous year with an improvement in attainment at Key Stage 1 in Striking and Fielding. 
  • All pupils had access to high quality sport and competition through WLSSP and SHARES competitions including children with special educational needs as part of targeted inclusion events and Able and Talented children
  • The school have been successful in different events this year.  Our football team won their football league (Skelmersdale League A), coming second in the knockout stages of the competition; our Y3/4 football team reached the semi finals of their competition; our girl's swimming team achieved 3 bronze medals in the Skelmersdale and Upholland Swimming Gala; Charlie reached the finals of the SPLASH! diving competition; our netball team won more matches this season;  our cross country team made an improved performance this season with Ekene coming 5th in her competition.
  • The school has achieved the Silver PE Mark award for provision in school sport
  • 69% of our pupils from Reception to Year 6 participated in out of hours school sport during 2014 to 2015 through sporting clubs in our University of Delph Side Clubs programme or through representing the school in competitions, events and festivals.  This is an increase of 4% on last academic year.
  • Across the school, Pupil Premium Pupils attained in line with other pupils.