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PE and Sports Grant

Newnham Infant and Nursery School 2018-2019

 

The primary PE and sport premium 2018 to 2019 (“the premium”) will be paid by the Secretary of State for Education (“Secretary of State”) to the local authority (“authority”), as a grant under section 14 of the Education Act 2002.

In accordance with section 16 of that Act, the Secretary of State lays down the following terms and conditions on which financial assistance is given in relation to the premium payable for the academic year 2018 to 2019. The authority is required to distribute the premium to maintained schools only (including pupil referral units and hospital schools, but excluding maintained nursery schools).

The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, in the 2018 to 2019 academic year, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.

 

2018/2019 spending:

Allocation: £17,800

Spent £18,722

How the premium has been spent and the impact this has on the school

Professional Fees Curriculum - £17,407

M&A Sports Early Years CPD

Sports coaches specialising in EYFS delivered PE lessons and coaching across both Nursery and Reception and Year 1.

A-Life LTD Healthy Workshops

A-Life delivered fitness sessions across Years 1 and 2 as well as delivering healthy living workshops encompassing diet, exercise, and harmful effects of sugar etc

Buzz Road Safety Road Show Workshop

Workshop for Year 2 aimed at improving levels of knowledge with regards road safety.

Hillingdon Youth Sports Trust Level 2 Member

Networking opportunities, courses, and access to inter-school competitions amongst members

Fit Kids with Ben lunchtime club

The coach provided lunchtime provision for children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2.

This involved a range of sports and physical activities to develop coordination, stamina and ensure children have an active and healthy lunchtime.

PSD Coaching – KS1 CPD

PSD provided coaching, team teaching and professional development for teachers across Year 2.

 

Equipment and Consumables Curriculum £1,315

Sports Day resources were purchased to enhance and enrich children’s experience of Sports Day.

Having led a thorough review of the resources available for both indoor and outdoor PE, a range of existing equipment was replaced. In some cases, changes and adaptations to the PE curriculum, meant new items of equipment were purchased for the first time.

Our PE cupboard is well-stocked and able to facilitate the needs of the children and the curriculum.

After School Clubs Autumn Term 2018-2019

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Skipping

Lego

Tennis

Mother Nature

Football

Drama

Gymnastics

 

Street Dance

 

Football

 

 

 

 

 

 

After School Clubs Spring Term 2018-2019

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Skipping

Lego

Lego

Mother Nature

Football

Drama

Gymnastics

Tennis

Street Dance

 

Football

 

 

 

 

 

 

After School Clubs Summer Term 2018-2019

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Skipping

Keyboard

French

Mother Nature

Football

Drama

Gymnastics

Tennis

Street Dance

Disco

Chess

Bollywood

Dodgeball

 

 

Lego

 

 

 

 

Five key areas the Sport Premium Funding will be spent at Newnham Infant School

 

The sports premium expects to see a positive impact on these five key areas:

1

The engagement of ALL pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active lifestyles.

2

Raising the profile of PE & Sport within the school as a tool for whole school improvement

3

Increased confidence, skills and subject knowledge in delivering high quality PE lessons & sport events.

4

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

 

5

Increased participation and opportunity to participate in competitive sport

 

 

 

PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator

School Focus/ planned Impact on pupils

Actions to Achieve

Evidence

Actual Impact (following review) on pupils

Sustainability / Next Steps

The engagement of ALL pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active lifestyles.

Increased supervised and structured play at break and lunchtimes

Develop children in Year 2 during Spring Term to become role models and teachers of games

Pupil feedback and feedback from lunchtime supervisors

Children are more physically active in structured games during lunch and playtimes.

Look into possibility of a play-leader on a part time basis,

Continue to develop staff to deliver structured play sessions

Raising the profile of PE & Sport within the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Raising profile of Sports Day – introducing medals and cups.

Star awards for learner of the week in lessons

Targeted interventions led by a PSD coach

 

Continue to try and highlight the profile of PE

Trophies awarded on a weekly basis for races amongst classes

Positive feedback from children and parents as the new style sports day.

Star awards in PE lessons aspiring children to raise levels.

Staff feedback on results of interventions back within the classroom.

All stakeholders enjoyed each year groups Sports Day. Children participated in various races. Staff used PE lessons leading up to the day to develop skills.

Continue to develop and adapt sports day as an important event in school calendar

Explore concept of ‘Daily Mile’

Celebrating sporting events as part of the school calendar

Increased confidence, skills and subject knowledge in delivering high quality PE lessons & sport events.

Up-skilling and improving teachers’ confidence levels and subject knowledge in PE.

Team-taught CPD lessons delivered by qualified coach to all teachers within Years 1 and 2 throughout the year.

Team-taught CPD lessons delivered by qualified coaches to all teachers within EYFS at varying points within the year.

Teacher voice questionnaire before and after CPD sessions to gauge impact.

Teachers are more confident delivering PE lessons and enhancing pupils’ skills.

Teachers improve subject knowledge and ability to deliver high quality PE lessons in a variety of subjects.

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

 

A variety of extracurricular clubs to engage all pupils in physical activity.

Provide a broad range of extracurricular clubs for all years groups that changes throughout the year from a variety of providers.

Pupil/Parent voice questionnaire.

A wide range of Clubs were run after school with an excellent take up. Excellent feedback from pupils and parents.

Continue to develop links with local clubs/providers to ensure a broad range of activities are being offered for children.

Increased participation and opportunity to participate in competitive sport

 

To give children the chance to participate in competitive sport against children from other schools

Involve children in competitions out of school.

Children competed in an extra-curricular KS1 football tournament at Field End Infant

Football tournament went well.

Continue to explore possibilities for participation in out of school events

Overall Impact of Sports Premium Funding 2018-2019

 

The engagement of ALL pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting a healthy, active lifestyles

We offered a wide-range of clubs which have taken into account feedback from both children and parents through questionnaires. The clubs offer a wide range of activities and also offer children a ‘way in’ to sports and activities they have never previously tried.

The coach works at lunchtimes to engage children in a range of organised physical activities and aims to vary the groups of children he works with on a daily basis.

Our sports coaches also run targeted intervention groups aimed at engaging more children in sport – through team building, maths, confidence etc

 

Raising the profile of PE & Sport within the school as a tool for whole school improvement

The profile of Sports Days has been raised across the school with Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 now having their own individual Sports Day.

Children competed in their year groups (on a class vs class basis) as well as competing individually. Children were rewarded for being placed in a final with a gold, silver or bronze medal as well as the most successful class receiving a Year group trophy.

The Sports Days were very well attended and the feedback from the parents and teaching staff was positive.

Increased confidence, skills and subject knowledge in delivering high quality PE lessons & sport events

The children across EYFS and Key Stage 1 all received coaching and the delivery of lessons from specialised PE coaches.

Lessons were sequential and aimed to develop transferable skills across the curriculum.

Teachers also benefited in terms of their own professional development and by observing coaches, developing their own practice. They would then also deliver parts of lessons in conjunction with the coach and have the opportunity to discuss any issues or challenges they faced.

Teachers (through feedback sheets) commented on how much the children enjoyed external PE coaches delivering PE lessons whilst reflecting on the fact that their own levels of confidence and expertise had increased.

 

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

As is evidenced above by our after-school provision, we offer a wide range of sports and activities to all of our pupils. We listen to our children and their parents/guardians and try to offer a range of sports that reflect their wants, needs and interests.

If there is a club that we don’t feel is working out or isn’t very well attended, we will reflect upon that and seek out an alternative that is more popular.

 

Increased participation and opportunity to participate in competitive sport

Changes to Sports Day made the event more competitive for all children.  Children were raced off against one another in their classes during PE lessons, enabling children to be competing against children of similar ability at Sports Day.

135 medals (gold, silver and bronze) were awarded to children across Reception, Years 1 and 2.

Through links to Primary Sports Development (PSD), Year 2 boys competed in a KS1 football festival held at Field End Infant School. This was the second consecutive year we had taken part, with 14 boys across Year 1 and 2 taking part.

This provided the children with the opportunity to compete against other teams/schools as well as working alongside their peers in a team environment.

Looking ahead to 2019-2020

  • Introduce a new PE scheme aimed at the development of transferable skills across the curriculum.
  • Continue to maintain, replace or upgrade PE equipment where necessary.
  • Widen the breadth of clubs and after-school provision available.
  • Look into the possibility of introducing a ‘Morning Movement Club’ before school.
  • Continue to develop concept of competiveness within sport.

Out of School Clubs
There are many local organisations that provide activities for our children to take part in outside of school. Here are a few suggestions but there are many more out there! For more info, follow the links.

Beavers/Cubs & Rainbows/Brownies/Guides

1st/3rd Ruislip - Woodford Hall, Poplars Close, Ruislip (Beavers: Mon/Thurs; Cubs: Tues/Weds; Scouts: Fri
4th Eastcote Cub Scouts - St.Lawrence Church, Bridle Road, Eastcote
5th Windmill Ruislip Brownies - Ruislip Baptist Church
9th Ruislip Brownies - St Martins Church

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