PE and Sport Premium
PE Funding 2019 – 20
At John Hampden Primary School, we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of our children. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the fitness, well-being and academic achievement of all our children.
Our PE and Sports Premium enables us to continue and extend our provision through improving and updating our PE and games equipment, offering more opportunities to participate in extra-curricular and competitive sports competitions and developing our staff to deliver in-house quality PE sessions.
The government provides this additional funding per annum to provide schools with the opportunity to develop and improve the provision of the PE and sport they offer to pupils. The funding is jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and sees money going directly to primary school head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.
The table below details our projected spending for the 2019-20 academic year.
Impact of spending is evaluated at the end of each school year (Impact Report for 2018-19 is also below).
|Primary PE Sport Grant Awarded|
|Total number of pupils on roll (Years 1-6 only)||356|
|Amount of additional funding received per pupil (£10 x NOR)||£3560|
|Total amount of Primary PE Sports Grant for 2019-20||£19,560 total|
|Summary of PPSG 2019-20|
|Objectives of spending PPSG:
- To continue to improve the provision of PE and sport at John Hampden Primary School
- To develop staff competence and confidence in the teaching of PE and games
- Broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils
- To develop a love of sport and physical activity
|Proposed spending of PPSG by item/project 2019-20|
|Improving the quality and quantity of PE and Games equipment||£3260||Replacing old/poor quality PE equipment and purchasing new resources, to broaden and improve the provision of PE across the school.|
|Training of support staff |
for school swimming
|£1500||Further members of staff from KS2 to receive training to comply with OCC swimming guidance and to allow more flexibility with staff attending swimming sessions. Cost includes the course, travel and school cover.|
|Contribution towards |
transportation costs for swimming lessons
|£2000||Ensure all KS2 children have access to swimming pool for curriculum swimming and to provide further swimming opportunities for children who need to work towards achieving 25m.|
|Staff CPD/training||£2000||Staff training and CPD opportunities throughout the year. Learning for staff alongside qualified coaches (proposed: cricket, football, tennis).|
|Transportation costs to partnership/city/county sports events||£1500||Providing pupils with a broad range of competitive sporting opportunities. Pupils being able to participate in the city and county events available to them.|
|Supply cover||£1000||Staff to support pupils at various sporting activities and events- locally and within the county (e.g. tag rugby, cross country etc). Cover for staff to attend CPD and network meetings etc.|
|REAL PE annual licence fee (teaching resources)||£450||Annual subscription to ‘REAL PE’ scheme of work and staff development and support package. PE Co-ordinator training included from last year’s investment into scheme.|
|Extra-curricular sporting |
|£5000||Providing pupils with broader experiences in PE. More pupils engaged in more PE out of school hours. Proposed clubs include cricket, football and multisports (in addition to further clubs provided by school staff).|
|Squash coaching sessions |
for Y5/6 pupils
|£850||Broadening the range of sports available to our pupils and giving them experience of squash, alongside qualified coaches at the local squash centre. Each class will receive six sessions of coaching.|
|Early Years garden bikes||£2000||Replacing old/broken bikes that are used in the Early Years garden every day so that pupils can continue to enjoy being active in the outdoor space.|
Impact of PE funding 2018-19
We evaluate the impact of the PE and Sports Premium funding as part of our normal school self-evaluation and monitoring arrangements. We look at how well we use our PE funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sporting provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.
Measuring the impact of the activities provided with the PE funding can be achieved in different ways. We look at a variety of areas of development such as self-esteem, confidence and the numbers of pupils involved in sporting activities in and out of school.
Since receiving the funding, many beneficial changes have taken place with our Primary pupils in relation to the range and delivery of physical education and sport. Below is a brief impact statement for each of the objectives set.
|Improving the quality and quantity of PE and Games equipment||Replacing old/poor quality PE equipment with new resources, to broaden and improve the provision of PE across the school.||Continued audit and general replenishment of current equipment and resources, including purchase of ‘JHS Mile’ signs (whole-school incentive). Enough equipment available to support effective curriculum delivery. Maintenance of sports field to be able to continue PE sessions in this space.|
|Training of support staff for school swimming||Four teaching assistants from KS2 to receive training to comply with OCC swimming guidance. Cost includes the course, travel and school cover.||JHS is compliant with OCC guidelines for adequate swimming supervision. Training for further staff to take place next academic year.|
|Contribution towards transportation costs for swimming lessons||Ensure all KS2 children have access to swimming pool for curriculum swimming.||All children in KS2 access one term of swimming lessons throughout the year. Non-swimmers and poor swimmers from across KS2 attend a further two terms of swimming during summer terms.|
|Staff CPD/training||Staff training and CPD opportunities throughout the year. Learning for teaching staff alongside qualified rugby, squash and cricket coaches.||On-the-job training alongside professional coaches (rugby (Y3-6), squash (Y5-6) and cricket (Y2, 5 & 6). Increased staff confidence and skills.|
|Transportation costs to city/county sports events||Providing pupils with a broad range of competitive sporting opportunities. Pupils being able to participate in the city and county events available to them.||Increased number of children able to participate in a range of competitive sporting events – cross country, swimming, tag-rugby, football.|
|Supply cover||Staff to support pupils at various sporting activities and events- locally and within the county (e.g. tag rugby, cross country etc). Cover for staff to attend CPD and network meetings etc.||Staff covered for several events throughout the year, including cross country, cricket and tag rugby.|
|Teaching resources||Purchase of membership and subscription to ‘REAL PE’ scheme of work and staff development and support package. Includes whole school staff INSET training.||Whole-school INSET in T4 to introduce REAL PE scheme. Staff confident to start using scheme from September 2019. Annual subscription costs.|
|Extra-curricular sporting opportunities||Providing pupils with broader experiences in PE. More pupils engaged in more PE out of school hours. Proposed clubs include cricket, football and multisports.||After-school sports clubs popular with children across the school. Cricket Club well-attended by children from across Y5/6 during summer terms. Rugby, Netball and Table Tennis clubs all well-attended.|