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PE Premium

The government currently provides additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - is allocated to primary school head teachers. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

The information below explains how the school invests this money in school sport and pupil health and wellbeing. It outlines our yearly allocations including how we have spent previous years allocations and our intentions for the current academic year. It outlines the impact we have had so far and the ways in which we are ensuring sustainability of our strategy.

 

Impact of the Sport Premium on Pupils at Follifoot CE Primary School

Funding received through the sports premium has resulted in the following impact on pupils and their sports provision at Follifoot CE Primary School: 

  • Follifoot is now a fully active member of the Harrogate School Sports Partnership, frequently attending the main and small school sports fixtures (see blog for recent examples).
  • Follifoot has an established link with ‘Sporting Influence’ who provide high quality professional development and team teaching in school as well as bespoke Sport & Literacy programmes and ‘Wednesday Night Competition Series’ events (see blog for examples).
  • Achievement of the Sainsbury's Silver School Games Award in July 2017. This award recognises the high quality provision of active and competitive sport in school, links with sports clubs and participation in a wide range of sports. 
  • Equipment purchasing and replenishment ensures that the 'one each' principle of PE resourcing remains in all national curriculum PE activities. 
  • All teaching staff received no less than two terms and, in most cases, three terms of team teaching alongside highly skilled and experienced sports coaches and specialist PE teachers.
  • Funding has contributed to developing a wider range of after school extra-curricular provision for example introducing children to the new sport of tchoukball.

 

Sustainability of the School's Sport Strategy

​Follifoot CE School leaders have implemented a strategy for school sport that is aspirational and sustainable over time and will leave a legacy beyond the funding. We ensure that our use of the premium is sustainable through:

  • Team teaching with our partners at Sporting Influence to enable all staff to learn the skills of teaching PE alongside a specialist. This enriches PE lessons with the Sports teacher and enables class teachers to confidently lead learning in a wide range of PE lessons independently of the Sports teacher. Accompanying lesson plans and notes allow for teachers to teach follow up lessons independently and build a resource bank for the future.
  • Deployment of existing staff to lead the school's sport provision. This safeguarded position within the school ensures that emphasis is placed on all pupils within our small school having the opportunity to access Level 2 and 3 competition within the area.
  • Training staff within the Federation in key priority areas such as Gymnastics, Active Maths and the effective leadership of PE and school sport ensures the federation have access to effectively trained staff who can team teach and disseminate training to others.
  • Investing in playground equipment and outdoor features that are long lasting ensures opportunities to be active at playtime will be available for many years after the allocation to fund them is spent.

 

PE Premium Funding Overview

 

Academic Year

School lump sum

Per pupil allocation

Total Allocation

2013 – 2014

£8000

£5

£8250

2014 -2015

£8000

£5

£8245

2015-2016

£8000

£5

£8255

2016-2017

£8000

£5

£8310

2017-2018

£16,000

£10

£16,630

 

 

 PE Premium Principles

  • The money will directly impact on the quality of teaching and learning in PE lessons and broaden the range of school sport opportunities for pupils.
     
  • The focus of all funded improvements will be sustainability.
     
  • Funding will be directed towards the professional development of teaching and support staff to develop their ability to deliver high quality PE and school sport.
     
  • Through team teaching with specialist PE teachers and coaches alongside staff training sessions, and the gaining of recognised coaching qualifications, staff will improve their subject knowledge and ability to deliver high quality PE and school sport.
     
  • The ongoing upskilling of staff will contribute to ensuring improvements are sustainable.
     
  • Funding will be targeted to ensure provision for all learners provides appropriate levels of challenge and support through clubs, competition and extended sports provision.
     
  • Funding will also be targeted at ensuring facilities and resources are of the highest possible quality encouraging the widest range of possible opportunities e.g. enough equipment to ensure active participation from all pupil throughout all aspects of a PE lesson, together with equipment to provide opportunities to take part in non-traditional school sports e.g. tchoukball and table tennis.  By investing in high quality equipment and facilities with long term guarantees opportunities will be sustainable.
     
  • Funding will be targeted to ensure the rurality of our school location does not negatively impact on the opportunities for our pupils.  It will also be used to ensure equality of opportunity in relation to attendance at wider sporting opportunities.
     
  • Funding will facilitate the development of the leadership of PE across our school.  This will ensure that leadership is strong enough for continued improvement beyond the years of funding.

 

 

 Academic Year 2017- 2018

 

Please click on the links below to access:

Evidencing the Impact of the Primary PE & Sport Premium document 2017 

 

 

Academic Year 2016 – 2017 Overview of Spending (allocation runs September to September)

 

PE Premium Over view of Spending 2016-2017 - Allocation runs September to September.

Activity/Area

Cost

Impact

Harrogate School Sports Partnership Membership

 

£1100

Access to partnership events and competition series including small school events. Equipment loan. Staff training and support. Network meetings. See membership information for further information.

‘Sporting Influence’ bespoke professional development programme of team teaching – half day per week for full year.

 

 

£4500

 

Improved staff confidence in delivering this aspect of curriculum. High quality delivery of this curriculum area.

 

Prompt resources for staff to refer to in future.

 

 

Transport to competitions when pupil numbers exceed mini bus capacity or not on allocated day.

 

 

 

£150

Children able to participate and compete against other schools. Experience of competition – wining and loosing.

Contribution to lease of mini and associated costs e.g. driver training, insurance and fuel (April – September)

 

 

£1600

Access to 16 seat mini bus to transport pupils to sporting events and competitions. Facilitate easier and more frequent sports events and access to wider range of resources an facilities e.g. at partner primary schools and secondary schools.

 

SI competition series subsidise cost of transport and entry fees for competition series throughout the year including football, indoor hockey, tchoukball, athletics, rounders and cricket.

£150

Increase the range competitive opportunities for pupils and introduce them to new sports of indoor hockey and tchoukball.

Tchoukball equipment, two nets and class set of balls.

£400

Broader experience of range of sports offered to pupils. Group from competition series shared skills with other pupils back at school during lunchtime sessions. Hosted visits from other local school and a school on a foreign exchange.

Ran tchoukball workshops for 100 local Year 6 pupils as part of transition day.

Gymnastics Training – National Gymnastics Coaching Qualification.

Course fees and supply cover costs

£400

Qualified gymnastics coach on school staff who can support and advice staff, team-teach and model. This will increase confidence of other staff and ensure pupils have access to high quality teaching in this area.

Staff trained to higher standards impacts of the level of complexity and supports the development of more able gymnasts and staff have better and more detailed understanding of progression.

Skipping Workshops for Year 3 and entry into competitive skipping workshop.

Free to school – funded by sports partnership

Broaden experience of physical activity opportunities.

Develop pupil skills in a physical activity they can undertake at playtime and away from school.

Provide a new competitive experience for pupils.

Replacement equipment to ensure ‘one each’ principle in PE lessons is met

£500

 

 

  

Yearly allocation 2015-2016

PE Premium Over view of Spending 2015-2016 - Allocation runs September to September.

Activity/Area

Cost

Impact

HarrogateSchool Sports Partnership

 

£1100

Access to partnership events and competitions. Equipment loan. Staff training and support. Network meetings. See membership information for further information.

‘Sporting Influence’ bespoke professional development programme for following areas

 

Invasion games (Autumn term half day per week)

 

OAA (Spring term half day per fortnight)

 

Striking & Fielding Games (Summer term half day per week)

 

 

 

 

 

£1600

 

 

£700

 

£1820

Improved staff confidence in delivering this aspect of curriculum. High quality delivery of this curriculum area.

 

Prompt resources for staff to refer to in future.

 

Dance showcase for parents – opportunity for all children to perform to parents and community.

Transport to competitions where mini bus capacity insufficient.

 

 

 

£600

Children able to participate and compete against other schools. Experience of competition – wining and loosing.

Contribution to lease of mini and associated costs e.g driver training, insurance and fuel (April – September)

 

 

£1600

Access to 16 seat mini bus to transport pupils to sporting events and competitions. Facilitate easier and more frequent sports events and access to wider range of resources an facilities e.g at partner primary schools and secondary schools.

 

Refresh of key PE resources to increase quality and quantity of equipment

£200

Increased levels of participation during lessons as a result of having individual equipment for all participating.

 

Summer Sports club

 

 

 

£325

Provide high quality professionally coached subsided sports club for pupils in KS1&KS2 – weekly for Summer term.

 

Subject leader release tie to investigate and research possible curriculum & assessment support materials.

 

 

 

£200

Introduction of steps and statements with existing tracker used at end of year.

 

Additional administrator time.

 

 

 

£200

Ensure website compliant and up to date with all relevant information regarding PE premium and parents informed.

 

Medals, stickers, trophies, certificates

 

 

 

£100

Reinforce positive attitudes, celebrating success and building positive attitudes to PE and school sport.

Dance workshop – summer term 2016 all pupils

£400

Year 2-6 experience of high quality and highly motivational dance workshop with nationally recognsied Dance Company Urban Strides.

 

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