Sports Funding

  At Argyle, we are committed to improving the health and fitness of every child.  As well as providing a stimulating Physical Education curriculum (in which every child receives teaching from a specialist sports coach) we strive to provide extra-curricular sports clubs for every child.  We believe that varied PE opportunities provide a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children.

PRIMARY SPORTS FUNDING 2018-19

Planned use of Sports Funding with Evaluation

ESTIMATED FUNDING: £18810

PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome

Indicator

School Focus/Planned Impact on Pupils

Funding Actual Impact (following Review) on pupils Sustainability/Next Steps
1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

Raise profile of Physical activity:

 1. Reintroduce ‘Fun Fitness Friday’ for all year groups.

 2.  Reintroduce lunchtime coach led fitness clubs for KS2 pupils.

 3.  Continue to subsidise a range of afterschool sports clubs.

 Educhamps 

 Bloomsbury Football

  4. . Subsidise sports coach at breakfast club

  5. TA led sports Clubs

 6. Improve probability of children reaching NC expectation for swimming by Year 6 by starting swimming lessons earlier (from Summer Term of Year 3)

No financial cost – staff time.

£140 a week (£35 per session) so approximately

£1400 per term.

£4200 per year

£140 a week (£35 per session) so approximately

£1400 per term.

£4200 per year

Approx £540 per term -£1620 per year

Approx £700 per term

£2100 per year

£160 per club per term £480 per year

£7000 for weekly swimming lessons (from summer term year 3 and throughout year 

1. Extremely popular with years 1-4.

Limited interest in years 5/6.

2. Extremely positive feedback from KS2 pupils and staff. 100% of KS2 pupils benefitted from one additional high quality sports session a week as a result of lunchtime fitness sessions.

3. 20 Sports Clubs were run throughout the year. In the Autumn Term 134 children attended clubs. 62 0f those children received pupil premium funding. 48% of children who received pupil premium funding attended clubs in the Autumn Term (27% were girls and 18% were boys). In the Spring Term 108 children attended clubs. 47 of those children received pupil premium funding. 44% of children who received pupil premium funding attended clubs in the Spring Term (16% were boys and 27% were girls).In the Summer Term 131 pupils attended clubs. 60 of those children received pupil premium funding. 46% of children receiving pupil premium funding attended clubs in the Summer Term (21% were boys and 24% were girls).

4. Sports sessions helped Breakfast Club to grow from the initial 4-8 children to a regular 16-20 children by Summer Term.

6. 25 out of 43 children (58%) met the expected standard for swimming by the end of Year 6. This is a slight decrease on swimming attainment at the end of 2018 when 60% met the standard.

1. Continue for years 1-4.

Talk to Years 5/6 about what they would prefer. Use DD Mix training and resources to revamp for 19-20 for years 5/6.

2. Use Sports Funding to continue in 19-20. Plan an additional slot on Wednesday for KS1 pupils.

3. Ensure that children are asked in September 'attitude to sports' survey, which sports activities would entice them to attend a club if they have not already. Continue to provide a range of the most popular sports clubs.

4. Continue.

 Planned Cost   £19600

 2.The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

 Continue to record achievements in Physical Education on the ‘Argyle Fitness Record’ created in 17/18.

Cost of printing new records when needed cost of rewards/stickers.

Completed in all classes during 'Festival of Sports'. Needs to be completed at least termly in 2019-20 in order to increase impact. Complete twice a term in 19-20. Highlight progress in celebration assemblies.
Planned Cost  £300

 3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.

 P.E. Inset sessions in Spring Term led by coach  £600 Inset sessions did not take place - however, NQT did teach many sessions alongside a qualified sports  coach. Focus on improving confidence of all staff to teach high quality dance sessions planned for Autumn 2019.
 4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.
  1. Work with a range of providers to provide professional input in a range of physical activities eg. Tennis coaching, Bollywood dance classes,
        Football etc.
  £700 per term approximately (costed above) All KS2 pupils benefited from climbing wall session and Bollywood dance session. All year groups in KS2 benefited from additional 'Bloomsbury Football' sessions.Climbing Wall and Bloomsbury Football were identified as highlights of the year by many children on end of year reports. Continue. Additional work planned with Corams Field Youth team for academic year 19-20.
 Planned cost ( for 23 full academic weeks in Spring/Summer terms)  Included in above
  5, Increased participation in competitive sport.  

‘Festival of Sport’ in Summer Term

 A series of ‘mini –tournaments’ -in school competitive sports events throughout week of Sports Days.
Festival of Sports took place - facilitated by teachers and coaches. successful. Could it be replicated termly? Consider more than one 'Festival of Sports' in 2019-20.
 Total Planned Cost  £19900      

 

 

PRIMARY SPORTS FUNDING 2017-18 WITH EVALUATION

 PLEASE CLICK HERE TO READ OUR EVALUATED 2017-18 SPORTS FUNDING DOCUMENT

SWIMMING ACHIEVEMENT 2018/19

All children in Key Stage 2 have swimming lessons with fully trained teachers at the local swimming pool.

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety      %
The percentage of current Year 6 cohort who can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres.       58%               
The percentage of current Year 6 cohort who use a range of strokes effectively e.g. front crawl, back stroke and breaststroke

      58%

The percentage of current Year 6 cohort who can perform safe self-rescue in different water based situations.        58%
Has the school used the Primary P.E. and Sports Premium to provide additional provision for swimming over and above the national curriculum requirements?        NO