PE and Sport Premium
PE Funding 2020 – 21
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 and varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the fitness, well-being and academic achievement of all our children.
The government PE and Sport Premium enables us to review, develop and extend our provision each year through improving and updating our PE and games resources, offering more opportunities to participate in extra-curricular and competitive sports competitions and developing our staff to deliver in-house quality PE sessions.
The table below details our projected spending for the 2020-21 academic year, which include an amount from the 2019-20 academic year which wasn’t spent due to the COVID-19 school closures. A review of the impact of spending is evaluated at the end of each school year (see separate Impact Report for last year’s PE and Sport Premium).
Impact of spending is evaluated at the end of each school year (Impact Report for 2018-19 is also below).
|Primary PE and Sport Premium 2020-21|
|Number of pupils on roll (Years 1-6 only)||352|
|Additional funding received per pupil (£10 x NOR)||£3520|
|PE and Sports Premium received for 2020-21||£19,520 total|
|PE and Sports Premium carried over from 2019-20||£10,436|
|Total amount of PE and Sports Premium to be used in 2020-21||£29,956|
|Key Indicators for using the PE and Sport Premium|
|Spending of the PE and Sport Premium must be used to meet the UK Government’s ‘5 Key Indicators’ as set out below. The spending from this year will be evaluated against these key indicators at the end of the academic year.
1. Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity
2. Profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement
3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
5. Increased participation in competitive sport
|Proposed spending of PE and Sport Premium for the 2020-21 academic year|
|Item/project||Amount Allocated||Key Indicator(s)||Objectives (Intent)|
|Expanding and developing PE resources and equipment||£2000||1, 4||Broaden and improve our PE resources to improve the provision we offer during PE lessons. Replenish and replace old equipment and purchase equipment to be able to offer new sports where possible.|
|Support Teacher for School Swimming training||£700||1, 3, 4||Further staff from across KS2 to be trained to support school swimming sessions. More poolside supervision during sessions will provide pupils with more targeted support in achieving their 25m swim before the end of KS2.|
|Staff CPD and other training||£2,000||1, 3||Staff audit of existing skills and areas for development to take place in September to identify CPD needs. Hiring of coaches for staff to work alongside to take place throughout the year (football, rugby, hockey, netball, cricket).|
|‘Top-up’ swimming sessions for Y5/6 pupils||£2,000||1, 2||Swimming sessions during terms 5 and 6 for pupils from Y5/6 to work towards achieving their 25m swim (NC requirement). Costs of sessions and transport to the leisure centre. Our aim is for all of our pupils to achieve their 25m swim before the end of KS2.|
|Transportation costs for competitive sporting events and competitions||£1,500||1, 4, 5||Providing pupils with opportunities to experience participating in competitive sporting events and competitions. School Games events annually include cross country, swimming, football, rugby – both locally and within Oxford City|
|Supply cover (for sporting events/competitions and staff CPD)||£1,200||1, 3, 4, 5||Staff are able to attend CPD/training to develop their skills and confidence in teaching PE. Staff are able to attend events and competitions with participating teams to support and continue to promote and raise the profile of PE and competitive opportunities.|
|Teaching resources (‘REAL PE’ and ‘GetSet4PE’)||£1,000||1, 3, 4||Annual subscription to REAL PE (skills-based scheme implemented in April 2019) – staff are continuing to gain confidence in teaching with this scheme. GetSet4PE scheme of work purchased for September 2020 – this scheme will be used to supplement the REAL PE scheme, giving pupils further experience of a range of sports. GetSet4PE scheme includes session plans and resources for dance and gymnastics for each year group.|
|Extra-curricular sporting opportunities (clubs etc)||£7,300||1, 2, 4||Our aim is to engage all of our pupils in extra-curricular sporting opportunities through a varied programme of clubs and activities. We work with local partners, including Ignite Sport, Thame Cricket Club and Chinnor Rugby Club, amongst others, to offer the clubs throughout the year.|
|Playground resources and markings to encourage and increase physical activity at break and lunchtimes||£11,000||1, 2||Developing our outdoor spaces to promote and encourage our children to be more active during break and lunchtimes. Projects for this year will include playground markings on all of our playgrounds and climbing/active apparatus in spaces throughout the school (to supplement the active apparatus we already have in place)|
|Fit4Kids workshops||£1200||1, 2||Fit4Kids workshop days to help promote healthy lifestyles and personal fitness. Year groups take part in physical activities during their workshop, as well as sessions on diet and sugar awareness.|
Impact of PE and Sport Premium 2019-20
We evaluate the impact of the PE and Sport 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.
Spending of the PE and Sport Premium must be used to meet the UK Government’s ‘5 Key Indicators’ as set out below:
- Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity
- Profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement
- Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
- Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
- Increased participation in competitive sport
Below is a review of the PE and Sport Premium spending for the 2019-20 academic year and how it has impacted our provision at John Hampden Primary School. Due to the Covid-19 school closures, a large proportion of the funding wasn’t used this year, so will be rolled over to spend during the 2020-21 academic year (details included below).
Amount of PE and Sport Premium received during the 2019-20 academic year: £19,560
Amount spent: £9,124
Amount to carry forward: £10,436
|Item/project||Amount Allocated||Key Indicator(s)||Objectives||Impact|
|Improving the quality and quantity of PE and Games equipment||£3,260||1, 4||Replacing old/poor quality PE equipment and purchasing new resources, to broaden and improve the provision of PE across the school.||Amount spent: £744 (£1016 to carry forward)
Equipment purchased to replenish stock, enabling sufficient equipment during PE sessions. Equipment purchased includes indoor balls, floor markings, etc for use with REAL PE activities.
|Training of support staff for school swimming||£1500||1, 3||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.||Amount spent: £600 (£900 to carry forward)
Three members of KS2 staff attended Support Teacher of School Swimming training, enabling better provision and support during school swimming sessions.
|Contribution towards transportation costs for swimming lessons||£2000||1||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.||Amount spent: £2000 (£0 to carry forward)
Children in KS2 (only Y4-6) attended half a term of swimming sessions before school closures. Additional transport allowed smaller groups during the sessions so that more targeted provision could take place (classes within each year group attended separate sessions).
|Staff CPD/training||£2000||1, 3||Staff training and CPD opportunities throughout the year. |
Learning for staff alongside qualified coaches (proposed: cricket, football, tennis).
|Amount spent: £500 (£1500 to carry forward)
Cricket, football and tennis CPD alongside qualified coaches was scheduled to take place during summer terms, but couldn’t due to school closures. This training will be planned to take place during next academic year. Rugby CPD provided for EYFS.
|Transportation costs to partnership/city/county sports events||£1500||1, 4, 5||Providing pupils with a broad range of competitive sporting opportunities.|
Pupils being able to participate in the city and county events available to them.
|Amount spent: £710 (£790 to carry forward)
Sport events and competitions included cross country, swimming, football, futsal at both friendly level and School Games Level 2. Many children involved ion competitive sport from across KS2, including ‘B Teams’ on several occasions.
|Supply cover||£1000||1, 3, 4, 5||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.||Amount spent: £1000 (£0 to carry forward)
Supply cover utilised to cover teachers attending sport events and competitions, including football, futsal, cross country, squash and swimming. This allowed attending staff to promote engagement within and importance of competitive events.
|REAL PE annual licence fee (teaching resources)||£450||3||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.||Amount spent: £450 (£0 to carry forward)
Staff across the school equipped with planning and progression resources to deliver a balanced and varied skills-based PE curriculum. Review at the end of the year has shown that we need to look at further resources to support this scheme.
|Extra-curricular sporting opportunities||£5000||1, 4||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).||Amount spent: £900 (£4100 to carry forward)
Children from across KS2 participated in football AS club during Autumn terms – regular attendance of over 30 children per week. Further clubs were due to take place in Summer terms but were unable to due to school closures. Funding carried over to be used to provide further extra-curricular opportunities next academic year.
|Squash coaching sessions for Y5/6 pupils||£850||3, 4||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.||Amount spent: £720 (£130 to carry forward)
Squash sessions provided to Y6 classes and one Y5 class, but were stopped due to school closure. Children experienced a new sport and had the opportunity to develop skills in this area. Squash sessions have potential to take place again next year – subject to government guidelines.
|Early Years garden bikes||£2000||1||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.||Amount spent: £1500 (£500 to carry forward)
EYFS garden equipped with new bikes to provide opportunities to be active during outside play times. Old/unusable equipment replaced.