PE Funding

Cornerstone Primary School – Sports Premium Grant 2018-2019 and Swimming Attainment

Total number of pupils on roll: 181

Total grant: £17,590

Total spend: £19,685

Objectives of spend

  • The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity
  • The 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

 

Action

Strategies Funding allocated

Impact, sustainability and next steps

Buy into Henry Cort PE teaching partnership.

Each class to be taught once a week by PE specialist.

Teacher to observe and use as CPD to continue to teach PE units.

Specialist PE teacher to deliver lunchtime club weekly coaching in a range of sports.

 

£8415

Expert PE teachers delivering high quality lessons to children.

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff teaching PE through working alongside PE specialist.

Children more engaged in regular sporting activity through lunchtime club.

Should PE funding be stopped in the future: staff are well trained to maintain high quality PE.

Maintain and improve physical education equipment

As the school grows, new equipment and storage to be purchased in line with this.

Inventory carried out at the beginning of each school year. New equipment to be ordered as necessary.

New items this year to include larger goal posts and larger netball post, and more storage space.

£1615

Broad range of well-maintained equipment to provide children with a broader range of sports and activities offered within lessons.

Pupils and staff are encouraged to take care of equipment, to ensure it lasts for an appropriate amount of time. Equipment to be checked annually.

Participate in Global Rock Challenge

66 children taking part in Years 3-6. After school club running from October – April.

Performed at Guildhall in Heats and Regional Finals gaining respective 2nd and 4th place.

£1500

Raised profile of dance within school and engaged more pupils in physical activity outside the school day.

High engagement with school community as a whole.

Additional budget for 2020 provided for set, costumes, props and transport. Aiming to have 90 children involved.

Maintain and improve active playtime activities.

Purchase and organise new play equipment and storage, to ensure all children are offered a range of active play time activities.

£2235

Wide range of activities available to all children during their active playtimes.

Children better equipped at playtimes; increased engagement in regular physical activity. Children more readily able to engage with each other using the equipment.

Broader range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

Pompey in the Community coaching to be delivered to Y4 and Y5 in Autumn and Spring term.

Tri Golf coaching to be delivered to Y3 and Y6 in Spring term.

Hampshire Cricket coaching to be delivered to Y5 and Y6 in the Summer term.

Chance to Shine Cricket taster day to be delivered to Y1-Y4.

GlobeFit Hula Hooping taster sessions delivered to YR-Y2.

Perform Drama sessions delivered to Y2, Y3 and Y5.

Multi-skills club provided to children free of charge.

£1715

Expert coaches delivering high quality lessons to children.

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of staff working alongside cricket coaches.

Broader range of sports offered to children to improve engagement of children in regular physical activity.

Children experience a range of sports with some increased participation outside of school. GlobeFit and Perform Drama sessions organised for 2019/20.

Outdoor Leader training.

All class teachers to go on Outdoor Leader training course to support planning for outdoor activities and trips.

£1770

Enabled residential to take place in Y6.

All staff equipped to lead outdoor activities with increased confidence, knowledge and skills.

 

Increase participation in competitive sport.

Purchase athletics bibs to be used for sporting activities.

Buy into Hampshire Cross Country tournament.

Attend at least 5 School Games events: Athletics, Quad Kids, tennis, netball, and rounders.

£230

Increased participation of children in competitive sport. Profile of sport has been raised in school.

Continue to attend more sporting events. Aim for Gold School Games Mark in 2019/20.

Raise the profile of sport in the wider world.

Children in Y5 and Y6 to attend Cricket World Cup match.

£310

More engagement in a broader range of sports. Children more enthusiastic and encouraged.

More children encouraged to watch other sporting events.

 

Improve PE provision and equipment in EYFS.

 

 

Purchase new equipment in YR to support gross motor development and PE provision.

New equipment to include new balance bikes.

£1630

Broad range of well-maintained equipment to provide children with broader provision in EYFS.

Pupils and staff are encouraged to take care of equipment, to ensure it lasts for an appropriate amount of time. Equipment to be checked annually.

Improve outdoor provision and equipment in KS1.

Purchase equipment and develop outside area for KS1.1

£265

Broad range of well-maintained equipment to provide children with broader outdoor equipment in KS1.

Pupils and staff are encouraged to take care of equipment, to ensure it lasts for an appropriate amount of time. Equipment to be checked annually.

Develop PE curriculum and participation in inter/intra school competition.

PE leader to take part in FA training and share with staff.

PE leader to be released to meet with PE specialist to review overview, planning and lunch time sport provision.

PE leader to be released to develop inter and intra-school competitions.

PE leader to be released to meet with School Games Organiser to apply for Silver School Games Mark.

£760

All class teachers equipped with adequate planning and ideas to increase confidence with teaching PE.

Children experiencing a broader range of sports and activities; increased participation in competitive sport.

Profile of PE and sport raised across the school with achievement of Silver School Games Mark.

Aim for a Gold School Games Mark in 2019/20. Staff well trained to manage high quality PE.

 

Swimming Attainment

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety:  
Percentages of current Year 6 cohort who can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres.

 

79%
Percentage of current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively. 68%
Percentage of current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations. 42%