The Links Primary School

Sports Premium

 

Sports Premium Grant expenditure 2017-2018

Summary of Sports Premium spending 2017/2018

 

Summary of spending and actions taken:

Gold Package Sports Partnership – participate in league/cluster/town and regional sports events including cross country, football, cricket, tag rugby, athletics, hockey and Netball. Transport to competitive fixtures, festivals, events, sports day at Middlesbrough sports Village; cricket, tag rugby and football. PE resources to facilitate outstanding teaching and coaches to provide children with additional physical development activities not currently provided within school. Organisations to come in to extend our sports week and give children new experiences throughout the year. Outdoor equipment which provides children with extra physical activity during playtimes and PE lessons. Up-skilling staff knowledge through CPD/courses and offer extra activities within school. We are going to purchase extra swimming sessions for the current Year 5’s.

All schools have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but there is freedom to choose how we do it. At The Links Primary School we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. In addition, we believe that an innovative and varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all children.

The funding has been provided to ensure impact and to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the high quality of PE and sports in The Links Primary School.

Intended outcomes and sustainability:

The Governors and staff at The Links Primary School are committed to ensuring that the Sports Premium funding has a measurable and lasting impact on the quality of PE & sports, play opportunities and extra-curricular activities

In the academic year 2017/18, we have received £16,776. This report was updated on 28th March 2018.

1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles, including any additional provision for swimming funded by the premium. Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school. Percentage of total allocation

62%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve? Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected) Sustainability & Next Steps?
All children to undertake 15 minutes of additional activity per day   Introduced all pupils in school hall every morning to take part in Wake up Shake up dancing ALL pupils involved in 15 minutes of additional activity every day. Wake up shake up firmly embedded into our school as well as the daily mile ensuring ALL pupils take part in 30 minutes extra activity EVERY day.

This promotes better attitudes to learning and better concentration in lessons.

Children more active in PE lessons as building up stamina, not needing as many rests etc.

We are going to invest in a running track to facilitate this need and promote more of the above. Awaiting quotes.

All children to undertake 15 minutes of additional activity per day 10,000 Introduced the Daily Mile for all pupils every day (timetabled for each class) ALL pupils involved in 15 minutes of additional activity every day.
More children active at lunchtimes and playtimes £200 Purchased outdoor PE equipment.

 

Children are enjoying the activities and are more active during lunch/play times. Children are enjoying the active playtimes and it is keeping them occupied while they are accessing extra physical activity.

Buy some extra equipment for use on the school field in Spring/Summer.

All pupils to be able to achieve   at least 25 meters before leaving primary school to meet the statutory requirements of the national curriculum for PE £2691 Suspended time table 2 weeks every term to enable children to attend compulsory swimming lessons at local swimming pool.

To utilise the coaches based at the swimming pool to work along side the teachers and train them accordingly.

Transport booked for swimming blocks.

100% of children improve their swimming distance.

94% of pupils can swim 25 meters at Year 6.

100% of pupils obtain safety in water certificate

Continue to roll out across Key Stage 2 the swimming programme, changing names as appropriate to ensure maximum impact on all our pupils.

Book extra swimming sessions in the summer term to target pupils to achieve 100% in 25 m and avoid Year 6 disruption next year.

Improve key physical skills for Reception and Nursery Children   Purchase requested outdoor PE equipment Children in Reception and Nursery improving key physical skills. Monitor and add extra equipment as required to help promote this.
2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement Percentage of total allocation

10%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve? Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected) Sustainability & Next Steps?
PE noticeboards in main corridor/hall to raise the profile of PE and Sport for children, visitors and parents   Maintain the noticeboards and keep them current. The noticeboards are full of information about clubs/ matches/ competitions and results and pupils are keen to get involved which is impacting on self-esteem and confidence.

 

Maintain the noticeboards and keep refreshing them.

Keep putting results/notices on the website re what is on the noticeboards e.g. clubs/match reports/results.

Maintain website/newsletters. We now have a Facebook account so add details to this regularly and keep it updated.

 

PE events and achievements updated and regularly put on the websites/newsletters   Maintain and record all events and achievements. Pupils are proud to be mentioned and photos of themselves etc. increasing self-esteem and confidence.

 

Purchase of Sports Hoodies for children to wear to events £402.50 Designed and ordered Sports Hoodies Children were eager to wear them as it made them feel special and important going to events representing our school promoting good behaviour and high self-esteem and confidence.

 

Monitor and track who has the hoodies so as not to lose them. Buy more gradually for more classes to wear out to events/trips etc. as lots of positive comments.
Inviting local sporting personalities so pupils can identify with success and aspire to be a local sporting hero   Emailed GB athletes to invite them into school to do promotional assemblies with their stories to inspire the children.

 

Inspirational stories to motive the pupils. Will add details once invites accepted and personalities have been in.
Children taking part in festivals, learn key skills and then promote via website, newsletter, noticeboard etc. £200 Transport to and from sporting events for pupils across the school as well as the actual event prices.

 

Children enjoy taking part in the range of festivals and events and have learnt new physical and social skills. They also enjoy doing their own “reporting” of events. Children enjoying experiencing a wider range of sports and becoming more active.

Try to attend even more events in the future.

The staff who attended the events can feedback skills/knowledge to other staff.

 

Develop a strong Sports Leaders Team to complete leadership jobs and promote physical activity across the school.   Emma Turnbull in to train the whole class.

CPD for sports Leader

The Sports Leaders gained key training for the course and developed leadership skills and obtained a certificate.

 

Children have secured the knowledge and skills to lead in training other children how to use/share equipment.

Training to be carried out for current Year 5’s by the leaders who leave this year.

 

Develop a strong Sports Crew to promote healthy competitions across the school.   Emma Turnbull in to train 8 pupils (KS2) Sports Crew delivering level 0 and 1 sports competitions across the school learning organisational and leadership skills.

All pupils taking part in competitive activities to better themselves/each other.

The children are excited and motivated to perform better.

 

Sports Crew to promote the competitions.

Sports Crew to help with the training of the job to pass on to new Crew.

Ensure a high delivery during PE lessons £200 Purchased PE equipment Lessons were able to be taught with high quality equipment which helped the quality of the lesson delivery and performance.

 

Carried out a staff audit of what equipment they needed to effectively carry out their lessons and if they needed anything to promote this. Carry on this yearly to make sure all PE equipment is fully stocked up.

 

Raise the profile of sport across school £1200 Rented Middlesbrough Sports Village for Sports Day.   Transport cost to take all pupils to Middlesbrough Sports Village for the day.

Purchase medals for the events.

Organise the day for the whole school.

 

All children to experience a sports day at a real Sports venue and increase physical activity, inclusion, self-esteem and confidence. Will add when completed.
Improve the skills of our more able Year 5 children in hockey and netball   Attend further training at local comprehensive school, then take part in competitions within our cluster. Children enjoyed going to Egglescliffe Comprehensive to use the facilities and be coached to have high quality training.

 

The children really enjoyed taking part in the event and it developed their skills further.

To further develop links for sport with local schools.

Improve the skills of our more able sports children across the school   Investigate how to set up something for the GTMA.   Will add once been completed.
3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport Percentage of total allocation

26%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve? Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected) Sustainability & Next Steps?
School Sports Partnership

Elite Package (5%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Local School Partnership – Egglescliffe School

£883

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£600

This allow children throughout the school to have access to Level 2 sporting activities.

Provides access to training and CPD opportunities for new Subject leader Julie Montgomery

 

 

 

 

Participation in festivals, sports day support, curriculum planning/assistance.

Broader range of sports and activities offered to pupils

Increased participation in festivals and competitive sport

Participation in sports for pupils of all sporting abilities

Talented sporting pupils to be challenged

Profile of PE and sport to be raised across the school

 

Continue to buy into this package for staff CPD and to help deliver high quality PE.

 

 

 

 

Staff audit to see how upskilled the staff feel about PE topics to continue to teach confidently themselves next year.

 

TBA Limited – to work alongside school children and staff. (1 day/6 hours a week)

Includes dinner club for children.

£3,500 Provide high quality PE sessions for the children.

Expose the children to a range of skills.

Work closely with teachers, planning, assessing, and team teaching so staff are upskilled enough to teach sessions independently.

High quality PE is taught throughout the curriculum.

Teachers will become more confident with the teaching of PE

Increased knowledge and skills of teachers teaching sport and PE

Children will have access to specialist coaches

Increased attainment and identification of talented pupils within sport.

 

Develop the knowledge of the staff at The Links Primary School in certain aspects of PE.

 

  Training delivered in aspects of PE for all members of staff. High quality lessons delivered by teaching staff and this improves the skills of the children. Better subject knowledge for staff with increased confidence. This will lead to sustainability as all staff will be supported to feel confident to deliver PE and Sport both within and outside the curriculum.
Sports Leadership Training £500 Supply cover to support additional training and leadership days. Increased knowledge and skills for PE co-ordinator to feed back to staff to upskill. This will lead to sustainability as all staff will be supported to feel confident to deliver PE and Sport both within and outside the curriculum.
4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils Percentage of total allocation

2%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve? Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected) Sustainability & Next Steps?
Continue to offer a wider range of activities for children to take part in, in after school clubs/extra curricular activities.   Running club ran by Y3 Teacher.

Cricket club (Summer term) ran by Year 5 teacher.

Multi-skills Sports club ran by TBA.

Football Club Elite Sports and Fitness

Dance Club Elite Sports and Fitness

TBA Sports Holiday Clubs.

Children enjoy taking part in the activities and may look at joining a local club or becoming more active in their own time with this sport. More staff involved in extra curricular activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

To continue to look at new experiences for the children and book accordingly/pupil surveys..

Children obtaining new interests and becoming more active in their own time.

 

Children being active with a different type of sport/experiencing new things. £250 Skateboard and scootering company came in for the day to work across the school promoting road safety and teaching new skills. Children enjoy taking part in the activities and may look at joining a local club or becoming more active in their own time with this sport.

95% of pupils say that they enjoy PE and sport and want to get involved in more activities.

Children to enjoy taking part in a wide range of activities during sports week. (included in £3,500 budget) Tom Burke Academy booked to work across the school during sports week Children enjoy taking part in the activities and may look at joining a local club or becoming more active in their own time with this sport. Children obtaining new interests and becoming more active in their own time.

 

Children being active with a different type of sport/experiencing new things.   MFC Foundation worked with Year 6 to promote nutrition, healthy lifestyle and well being as well as promote physical activity. Children much more aware of what a healthy lifestyle is and learnt about nutritional values and how things affect their bodies.

 

A greater knowledge for the children about a healthy lifestyle and making the correct choices.

Upskilling staff to deliver the same messages.

Particular focus on those pupils who do not take up additional PE and sport opportunities.   Carried out a pupil survey to ascertain what pupils would like and who to target. Expected impact to target these children and encourage physical activity (summer term).

 

Will add once has been completed
Tennis Coaching and competition for Y3 children £110 The tennis coaching that we receive in conjunction with Yarm tennis club allows our Year 3 children to receive a block of high quality tennis coaching from a qualified instructor. Children experience playing tennis.

Continue the playing of tennis throughout the year.

Encourage children to partake in tennis as an extra-curricular activity.

Will add once complete.
Multi skills Sports Festival EYFS £130 Book transport to and from event Children experience a wide range of physical activity and get an opportunity to mix with other schools. Promotes physical activity and confidence/self-esteem.
Pupil Premium children taking part in extra curricular activities £165 Fund pupil premium children to take part in extra curricular activities. Children experience clubs and sports who might not be able to.

 

Promotes physical activity and confidence/self-esteem.
Cross Country Event KS2   As part of the local school partnership package, we take part in cross country with other local cluster schools. Children enjoy taking part in the activities and may look at joining a local club or becoming more active in their own time with this sport.

Encourages healthy competition amongst rival schools!

 

To further develop cross country training for the children in the curriculum.
Athletics Upper KS2   Book Middlesbrough Sports Village and allocate events to children. Children enjoy the running track and atmosphere in the stands. Promotes competitive PE and mix with cluster schools Continue to attend this event and use the venue more e.g. sports day.
5.   Increased participation in competitive sport Percentage of total allocation

%

Outcome: What are you aiming to achieve? Funding

Allocated

Actions to achieve the outcome The IMPACT on pupils (actual or expected) Sustainability & Next Steps?
More children involved in competitive sports competitions   Book pupils into competitions.

Transport to and from the sports competitions.

More pupils involved in different level competitions.

More pupils involved in physical activity and raising the profile of the school.

 

Continue to attend lots of festival events and competitions.

Extra curricular activities for the children to obtain better results as a school/raise the profile.

 

Children enjoyed the opportunity to be involved in competitive sport. Next steps to arrange competitions between local schools (will add impact once been completed).

 

Inter school competitions between teams   Promote healthy competitions and physical activity. Children enjoy taking part in the physical activity and encourages confidence/self-esteem.

 

Swimming 2017-2018

 

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety Please complete all of the below:
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort, swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres? 94%
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort, use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]? 94%
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort, perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations? 100%
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?                                               (If Yes ensure you report it in the table above)

No – enquired re pricing for extra swimming block in the summer term (will add once has been completed)

 

 

Sports Premium Grant expenditure: 2016 – 2017

Summary of Sports Premium spending 2016/2017
Department for Education Vision for the Primary PE and Sports Premium                                                          All pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with knowledge skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

Objectives in spending Sports Premium:                                                                                                                 All schools have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but there is freedom to choose how we do it. At The Links Primary School we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. In addition, we believe that an innovative and varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all children.

The funding has been provided to ensure impact and to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the high quality of PE and sports in The Links Primary School.

Summary of spending and actions taken:                                                                                                              Elite Package Sports Partnership – participate in league/cluster/town and regional sports events including: Cross Country, Football, Cricket, Gymnastics, Tag Rugby, Athletics

Sports Coach Time – 1 day a week (6 hours) – team teach 4 classes each week and an additional after school club.

Transport to competitive fixtures, festivals and events; cricket, tag rugby, football, tennis, orienteering

CPD for new PE Leader to support staff in delivering lessons, planning and assessment of outstanding PE teaching and learning.

PE Resources to facilitate outstanding teaching

Coaches to provide children with additional physical development activities not currently provided within school.

Intended outcomes: The Governors and staff at The Links Primary School are committed to ensuring that the Sports Premium funding has a measurable and lasting impact on the quality of PE & sports, play opportunities and extra-curricular activities

 

Record of Sports Premium spending by item/project 2016 – 2017

Item/project Cost Objective Outcome/Impact
School Sports Partnership

Elite Package (5%)

£477.14

This allow children throughout the school to have access to Level 2 sporting activities.

Provides access to training and CPD opportunities for new Subject leader Julie Montgomery

Secondary Sports Coach Peter Sheehan – to work alongside school children and staff. (1 day/6 hours a week)

Includes afterschool activities for children.

£6,600 Provide high quality PE sessions for the children.

Expose the children to a range of skills.

Work closely with coach, planning, assessing, and team teaching so staff are upskilled enough to teach sessions independently.

High quality PE is taught throughout the curriculum.

Tennis Coaching and competition for Y3 children £110 The tennis coaching that we receive in conjunction with Yarm tennis club allows our Year 3 children to receive a block of high quality tennis coaching from a qualified instructor.
Sports Leadership Training £950 Supply cover to support additional training and leadership days.
Coach Travel £130 Transport to multi skills

Festivals.

PE Equipment £2,225 New equipment has been purchased for use during PE lessons and lunchtime.
Total Sports Premium received £9542
Total Anticipated Sports Premium expenditure £9542

Sports Premium Grant expenditure: 2015 – 2016

Summary of Sports Premium spending 2015/2016
Department for Education Vision for the Primary PE and Sports PremiumAll pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with knowledge skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.Objectives in spending Sports Premium: All schools have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but there is freedom to choose how we do it. At The Links Primary School we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. In addition, we believe that an innovative and varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all children.The funding has been provided to ensure impact and to achieve self sustaining improvement in the high quality of PE and sports in The Links Primary School.
Summary of spending and actions taken: Gold Package Sports Partnership – participate in league/cluster/town and regional sports events including: Cross Country, Football, Cricket, Gymnastics, Tag Rugby, AthleticsTransport to competitive fixtures, festivals and events; cricket, tag rugby, football, tennis, orienteeringCPD for PE Leader to support staff in delivering lessons, planning and assessment of outstanding PE teaching and learning.PE Resources to facilitate outstanding teachingCoaches to provide children with additional physical development activities not currently provided within school.
Intended outcomes: The Governors and staff at The Links Primary School are committed to ensuring that the Sports Premium funding has a measurable and lasting impact on the quality of PE & sports, play opportunities and extra curricular activities

 

Record of Sports Premium spending by item/project 2015 – 2016
Item/project Cost Objective Outcome/Impact 
School Sports PartnershipGold Level £883 This allow children throughout the school to have access to Level 2 sporting activities. Year 4 football leagueYear 5/6 cross countryReception/Y1/Y2 multiskills festival
Funky Feet £420 It is designed to be a fun and active way of engaging each child into physical activity.Provides CPD for teacher and teaching assistant. Children had exposure to high quality coaching from specialist providers for younger children.Staff acquired new skills in terms of delivery, inclusion and expectation.
Yoga Bugs £100 To introduce yoga inspired moves which improve their balance, flexibility and
co-ordination.
Children learned yoga moves through a literacy based lesson.
Team Strip £375 New football kit purchased Children have appropriate kit when attending competitions and festivals.
Sports Leadership Training £950 Supply cover to support additional training and leadership days. Where a need has been identified from the staff audit, staff attend training and development courses so that the children can benefit from increased subject knowledge.
Coach Travel £255 Transport to multiskillsFestivals. To enable children to attend cluster festivals and sporting events.
PE Equipment £5947 New equipment has been purchased for use during PE lessons and lunchtime. Staff will be able to offer a more diverse range of activities.
Tennis coaching and competition £180 The tennis coaching that we receive in conjunction with Yarm tennis club allows our Year 3 children to receive a block of high quality tennis coaching from a qualified instructor. Children participate in an annual tennis tournament and a number of children have taken up the sport as a direct result of the experience that they have had in school.
Change for Life Club £70 Change for Life club strives to create an exciting and inspirational environment for children to engage in school sport.Target group: Year 4 The club will emphasise the importance of physical activity and wellbeing and encourage lifelong participation sport and physical activity, reducing the risk of chronic disease in later life.

 

Total Sports Premium received £8830
Total Sports Premium expenditure £8830

 

Spending for April 2014 – March 2015

Funds Received £8,820

Total Spend £8,820

Planned Spend

£4567 – PE Teacher (Secondary) 6 hours a week

£ 882 – Gold Package Sports Partnership – participate in league/cluster/town and regional sports events including:

Cross Country

Football

Cricket

Gymnastics

Tag Rugby

Athletics

£1000 – Resources

£350 – Transport to competitive fixtures, festivals and events; cricket, tag rugby, football, tennis, orienteering

£2,021 – release time for PE Leader to support and monitor staff in delivering lessons, planning and assessment.