The PE and Sports Premium is a grant allocated to primary schools based on the number of pupils in the school. It is designed to help schools improve the quality of PE and sports activities they offer pupils. We have been given £15,720 for this academic year.
|Employing specialist PE teachers or qualified coaches to work alongside teachers in lessons to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in PE||SSCO with Wickford Schools||3800|
|Procuring quality-assured professional training for staff to raise their confidence and competence in teaching PE and sport.||Progressive sports||3115||All NQTs fully trained and confident in delivery of gymnastics lessons.|
|Paying staff or external sports coaches to run competitions, or to increase pupils’ participation in national school games competitions||Mr Harrington||3000||More pupils participating in clubs, particularly girls football.|
|Buying into existing local sports networks such as school sport partnerships or community sports coaching initiatives||SSCO||Wide variety of opportunities for children to compete against other schools.|
|Pooling funding with other local schools to employ a specialist teacher to train existing teachers and teach PE across a cluster of schools||SSCO||"|
|Employing expert advice to evaluate the school’s current strengths and weaknesses in PE and sport, and implement plans for improvement||SSCO||Lower school PE scheme updated.|
|Providing places for pupils in after-school sport clubs and holiday courses||Jack of All Sports club||1140|
|Providing training and payment for midday supervisors to introduce playground games at breaks and lunchtimes||Mrs Champion||400||Y6 Playleaders leading a range of activities at both school sites during lunchtimes.|
|Employing a local coach to provide weekly after-school sport and additional sports on the school site.||Jack of All Sports|
|Change for Life club||Mrs Champion||3000||C/F|
|Providing extra, additional activities such as outdoor and adventurous activities||Support for residential trip|
|Introducing new initiatives: developing young sports leaders in Key Stage 2||SSCO||Over 40 Y6 pupils lead a number of activities during the year for children across WPS and other local schools.|
|Providing pupils who are gifted and talented in sport with expert, intensive coaching and support.||Variety of extra-curricular clubs.||Variety of competitions entered throughout year.|
|Enabling children to be inspired about sport and physical education with a visit from a GB Athlete.||Sport for schools|
|Raising standards of swimming by increasing the current curriculum target of all children being able to swim 25m unaided to 50m by the end of year 6.||Swimming lessons with Everyone Active||2500|
|Encouraging lower school (year 2) to become water safe and efficient||Swimming lessons with Everyone Active||2500||C/F|
|Replacing and buying new equipment||Ongoing||600||Budget spent replacing equipment as necessary during year.|
|Buying outdoor gym equipment||5500||C/F|
|Reviewing current gymnastic facilities with the view to replace stools, benches and connecting planks||Ongoing||TBC|
Impact of Funding 2017/18
|Provide competitions for all pupils to develop sportsmanship.|
Opportunities for sports leaders to develop own skills and leadership qualities.
|Buy into SSCo partnership||3234||Children accessed wide variety of sporting activities throughout the year. Y6 sports leaders organised and ran events for younger pupils.|
|Sports coach runs competitions and provides lunchtime sports activities.||Mr Harrington (Jack of Allsports)||2280||Increased number of children attending.|
|Learning Mentor/MDA to introduce and supervise playleaders to develop playground games at lunchtimes||Mrs Champion||400||More children engaged at lunchtimes.|
|Providing places in after school sports clubs.||Mr Harrington||570||More children attending clubs.|
|Qualified coaches work alongside teachers to develop confidence and competence in PE.||Progressive Sports||3115||Teachers feel more confident delivering gymnastics lessons.|
|Raising the standards of all pupils' swimming by increasing the national curriculum target of 25m to 50m by the end of Y6.||Swimming lessons||TBC|
|TOTAL||£9,599 C/F £6,121|
Impact of Funding 2016/17
In Autumn 2017, 91/94 (96.8%) children had met the end of KS2 expectation of being able to swim 25m in freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke.
3/94 (3.1%) children had not met the end of KS expectation and could only swim 20m rather than 25m.
82/94 (87.2%) children in year 6 were able to swim above 50m.
93/94 (98.9%) children successfully passed Part 1 of the water safety.
88/94 (93.6%) children successfully passed Part 2 of the water safety.
|Buy into School Sports Partnership to provide: competitions & tournaments; opportunities for sport leaders.||SSCo partnership||3148||Range of sporting competition maintained: swimming gala, rounders, football, netball, athletics. Sport leaders supported Infant school skipping & mini-football tournaments.|
|Sports coach runs competitions and provides lunchtime sports activities.||Mr Harrington (Jack of Allsports)||3990||Fewer lunchtime arguments and pupils accessing a broader range of activities. More active lunchtimes encouraged.|
|Learning Mentor/MDA to introduce and supervise playleaders to develop playground games at lunchtimes||Mrs Champion||400||Game of the week introduced by playleaders in assembly and delivered during lunchtimes. Variety of pupils join in, including focus pupils.|
|Subsidising swimming to support pupils exceeding the NC requirements.||Swimming lessons||2731||41 pupils participated in swimming gala and 75% of Y6 are currently swimming at above NC level.|