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PE and Sports Premium

 

The School Sports Premium Funding

At Hepworth we have always placed a high priority on PE and sport, so that all out pupils can have a wide variety of experiences, access to good quality teaching and have taken part in competitive sport.

Every year each school which subscribes to the Pennine Sports Partnership (PSP) service agreement sends their PE co-ordinator (in our case Mr Chapman) to a planning and good practice meeting, where development plans are drafted for the upcoming year and a myriad of future sporting events are fixed in diaries.

Over the last few years our contract with the PSP has provided the school with a professional sports coach, for a day a week, throughout the school year. This coaching has been allocated evenly amongst the 4 classes and has meant that every teacher has been able to work with and learn from the PSP staff in areas which they feel they would most benefit from professional development. Hepworth staff can now confidently deliver high quality PE to pupils.

This sport teaching is supported in KS2 this year by a coach who works with teachers to deliver the PE curriculum. They are providing further support to teachers in areas which still need developing.

Currently our contract with the PSP provides us with

Increasing pupil participation in physical activity and sport.

Through our partnership with the PSP, we are able to ensure that all our children have access to competitive sporting events and activities which we would otherwise struggle to be able to provide. Events include, Mini Olympic competitions between ourselves and 2 other local schools for children in Years 1,2 and 3; an annual day of sporting activities and contests for our Year 4 pupils during National Sports Week ; competitions for KS2 children in cricket, gymnastics, rounders, cross-country, netball and dance. In addition to this, taster sessions for badminton, basketball and keep-fit are hosted by our local secondary school.

Beyond the money that we spend to belong to the PSP, we have, over the last 3 years, invested in bringing in groups and coaches who have provided activities and sports which we do not have the staff skills or equipment to deliver. These have included, skateboarding, ‘teenie’ tennis (for KS1), bush-craft, karate, dodge ball, badminton, fencing and archery. Therefore we are actively meeting the Department of Education stated aim to … ‘introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport.’

Gifted and talented  and Young Sports Leaders

Every year a member of the PSP staff visits Hepworth to talent spot any gifted and talented children within Year 5. Those selected are then invited to a half-terms worth of G+T activities hosted at our local secondary school. Pupils who really impress at this stage are then invited to attend an additional full-day Gifted and Talented academy!

Throughout our sporting year many of the competitions that we participate in have pathways to further events for successful teams and individuals, thus further encouraging our most able PE pupils.

We also take advantage of the initial Young Sports Leader training which the PSP provide and then run further in-house training, so that children in Year 6 can help provide sporting activities for the other year groups at break and dinner times.

Sustainability

At Hepworth we are ensuring that the money we spend goes on improving opportunities for pupil sport. Our teachers can now deliver high quality sport's teaching. We also purchase high quality resources that ensure pupils have access to all correct equipment that they need to be able to play all the sports at the correct level. Our staff are well trained and work with small groups to ensure that pupils will recieve sport to a high standard for many years to come.

 

Sports Premium Funding 2014/15

Action Cost Development Impact

 

Membership of Pennine School

Sports Partnership

£536

Access to inter school festivals and competitions

Support in PE where required

Identification of G & T pupils

Inclusion worker available to support pupils

Playleader training for pupils

End of year celebration evening

Pupils have been more motivated to take part in after school

sports when they can take part in inter school competition.

Pennine Sports have been available to help with planning and

teaching expertise throughout the year.

Teachers have been able to push gifted pupils more in lessons and

the selected pupils have accessed HHS G & T sessions.

Trained playleaders have delivered in school games sessions to the

rest of the school at breaktimes. This has meant more pupils taking part

in sport each day.

The celebration evening has given more pupils an incentive to take

part in more PE and rewarded the high achievers.

Sports coaches £3,150

High quality PE sessions have been led by suitably qualified sports coaches

Improved staff CPD

Differentiation, suppport and challenge in PE lessons

Joint teaching between teachers and coaches has increased staff confidence

PE sessions are now taught by experts in particular sports. This has meant pupils are taught real skills and techniques in individual sports. Lessons are better and pupils are making better progress.

Staff are accessing these lessons along with planning so they are able to develop their skills and will in future be able to teach similar lessons.

Teachers are able to see that PE lessons are differentiated and which pupils need challenge and support. Pupils are now supported a lot more effectively in PE.

Joint teaching has developed teacher confidence and skills

Teenie Tennis Club £280 KS1 pupils have taken part in after school tennis sessions More pupils have taken part in tennis and their skills have been developed further
Netballs £64 Bought for school and used in after school clubs This has meant that after school netball teaching has been delivered more effectively and that coaches working in school have had better resources
Springboard £294 Bought for use during gymnastic sessions both in and after school This was needed so pupils could work on gymnastic skills in lesson and that more pupils have access the gymnastics after school club
Football Coaching £1284 KS1 and KS2 football clubs have run each term A large group of pupils have taken part in these split sessions between KS1 and KS2. They have recieved a consistently high standard of coaching from a regular leader. More pupils are taking part in after school sport.
ETA training £90 General PE training has been accessed by 3 ETAs so they can support pupils effecively Pupils with individual needs have been able to access better provision during lessons. They have become more independent and are enjoying PE more.

 

Funding Statement for 2014/15

Funding received: £8,440

Total spend: £5,698

Carry forward: £2,742

Sports Premium Funding 2015/16

Action Cost Development Impact

Membership of

Pennine School

Sports Partnership

£494

Access to inter school festivals and competitions

Support in PE where required

Identification of G & T pupils

Inclusion worker available to support pupils

Playleader training for pupils

End of year celebration evening

Pupils have been more motivated to take part in after school

sports when they can take part in inter school competition.

Pennine Sports have been available to help with planning and

teaching expertise throughout the year.

Teachers have been able to push gifted pupils more in lessons and

the selected pupils have accessed HHS G & T sessions.

Trained playleaders have delivered in school games sessions to the

rest of the school at breaktimes. This has meant more pupils taking part

in sport each day.

The celebration evening has given more pupils an incentive to take

part in more PE and rewarded the high achievers.

Sports Coaches £3,240

High quality PE sessions have been led by suitably qualified sports coaches

Improved staff CPD

Differentiation, suppport and challenge in PE lessons

Joint teaching between teachers and coaches has increased staff confidence

PE sessions are now taught by experts in particular sports. This has meant pupils are taught real skills and techniques in individual sports. Lessons are better and pupils are making better progress.

Staff are accessing these lessons along with planning so they are able to develop their skills and will in future be able to teach similar lessons.

Teachers are able to see that PE lessons are differentiated and which pupils need challenge and support. Pupils are now supported a lot more effectively in PE.

Joint teaching has developed teacher confidence and skills

Bushcraft £504 Qualified sports leader in to work on bushcraft skills Pupils have accessed the school grounds to learn bushcraft skills. More pupils involved in outdoor sport in school
PE Shed & storage £1,199 PE store purchased to house sports equipment New sports equipment has been bought so more pupils can access teaching during and after school. The equipment is accessed easier so more of it is used with pupils
Balanceability £300 Qualified cycle coach in school to work with KS1 All pupils in Reception & KS1 have had 6 sessions of bikeability. This has introduced some children to cycling for the first time and has encouraged pupils to ride and make progress. Very positive feedback from parents for these sessions.
Cycle skills £120 Qualified cycle coach in school to work with KS2 Most pupils in KS2 have had a session on bike handling skills. This has encoraged pupils to cycle.
Football £350 Freestyle coach in school for Sports Week The impact of the coach working with all classes is the buzz created in school. Pupils have been practicing these skills. This was part of our 'Sports Week'.
Football £1,336 Huddersfield Town weekly football coaching Giving lots of children the opportunity to train with professionals.
Sports Barn £80

Transport to and from the Sports Barn

in Kirklees

Y4 children have had a day doing a variety of sports.
Run, Jump, Throw course £75 PE training for PE coordinator Skills & techniques that are now being used in school with individuals & small groups.
Training course £30 PE training for Lunchtime Supervisor Training so they can now deliver sports at lunchtimes. PE equipment is now out and used at lunchtimes.
Football Team Kit £176 New Kit for Football Teams (Girls & Boys) to enter inter school tournaments KS2 kit has been used in both the boys & girls football tournaments.
Sports Equipment £408 Cricket balls, hoola hoops,javelins & howlers So high quality PE can be taught in lessons this year.
Skipping Workshops & equipment £415 Skipping coach - workshop for each class plus equipment Part of our 'Sports Week'. The coach taught skills & games to all pupils and to lunchtime supervisors. New skipping ropes have also been bought to be used in PE lessons & at lunchtimes.

 

Funding Statement for 2015/16

Brought forward from 2014/15 £2,742

Funding received: £8,445

Total spend: £8,727

Carry forward: £2,460

Sports Premium Funding 2016/17

Action Cost Development Impact

Membership of

Pennine School

Sports Partnership

£500

Access to inter school festivals and competitions

Support in PE where required

Identification of G & T pupils

Inclusion worker available to support pupils

Playleader training for pupils

End of year celebration evening

Pupils have been more motivated to take part in after school

sports when they can take part in inter school competition.

Pennine Sports have been available to help with planning and

teaching expertise throughout the year.

Teachers have been able to push gifted pupils more in lessons and

the selected pupils have accessed HHS G & T sessions.

Trained playleaders have delivered in school games sessions to the

rest of the school at breaktimes. This has meant more pupils taking part

in sport each day.

The celebration evening has given more pupils an incentive to take

part in more PE and rewarded the high achievers.

Sports Coaches £6,985

High quality PE sessions have been led by suitably qualified sports coaches

Improved staff CPD

Differentiation, suppport and challenge in PE lessons

Joint teaching between teachers and coaches has increased staff confidence

PE sessions are now taught by experts in particular sports. This has meant pupils are taught real skills and techniques in individual sports. Lessons are better and pupils are making better progress.

Staff are accessing these lessons along with planning so they are able to develop their skills and will in future be able to teach similar lessons.

Teachers are able to see that PE lessons are differentiated and which pupils need challenge and support. Pupils are now supported a lot more effectively in PE.

Joint teaching has developed teacher confidence and skills

Sports Clubs

(Sept to Mar)

£2,758 After School Clubs run by Project Sport coaches including dodge ball, fencing, badminton, cheerleading & football Most clubs are full at 16 so more children are getting a taste of new and different sports which they can then continue to explore.

Additional ETA hours

(Sept to Mar)

£302 One pupil is now able to play games with his peers at lunchtime Better socialisation for the pupil at lunchtime and a happier child.
Staff Training £210 Safe Practice in PE, Dance Workshop & Balanceability Better trained teachers and so pupils getting a higher quality of PE in school
Transport costs £100 Cost of a coach to enable Year 4 Pupils to attend a Sports Partnership Event with other schools All Y4 pupils could attend the event. They had an enjoyable and productive day doing a range of sports with Pyramid Schools.
Workshops £625 Skateboarding, Dodgeball and Basketball Workshops for the whole school during our Sports Week in July A successful Sport's Week was held in school. All children in school had the opportunity to try these new sports. They were met with enthusiasm and pupils talked about how they would like to give these new sports a go outside school.
Equipment repairs and resources £120 Maintenance of the schools Gymnastic equipment & the purchase of rewards for Sports Day

Sport's Day was a successful for day for pupils & the community.

Gymnastic equipment will allow the school to deliver high quality PE and practice for the gymnastics festival in October 2017.

Funding Statement for 2016/17

Brought forward from 2015/16 £2,460

Funding received: £8,442

Total spend to date: £11,600

c/f to 2017/18 and to be deducted from the new year funding -£698

Sports Premium Funding 2017/18

Action Cost Development Impact

Membership of

Pennine School

Sports Partnership

£494

Access to inter school festivals and competitions

Identification of G & T pupils

Inclusion worker available to support pupils

Playleader training for pupils

End of year celebration evening

 

Sport's Coaches  

High quality PE sessions have been led by suitably qualified sports coaches

Improved staff CPD

Differentiation, suppport and challenge in PE lessons

Joint teaching between teachers and coaches has increased staff confidence

 

HLTA teaching PE to KS1   The HLTA is now delivering PE to smaller groups of reception & KS1 pupils three times a week.   
Lunchtime Playworker   A lunchtime supervisor is working with a small group of pupils each lunchtime to support pupils who needs extra PE sessions.  
Cycle skills   Qualified cycle coach in school to work with Reception, KS1 and KS2  
Sports Barn  

Transport to and from the Sports Barn in Kirklees.

 
       

 

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