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School Sport Premium

The Government fund an additional £16,000 (plus £10 per pupil between the ages of 5-11 years old) to improve the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The allocation for 2017-18 is £19,120.

Schools are able to determine how this money is spent and are accountable for the impact of the expenditure. Having researched how best to spend this money to ensure it has a long-lasting impact, we have decided to invest in the professional development of teachers at our school so they are best equipped to teach high quality Physical Education and school sport for years to come.

 It is expected that schools will see an improvement against the following 5 key indicators:

  1. the engagement of all pupils (including targeted and in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  2. the profile of PE and sport being 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

 

For more information, our aims for the Sports Premium and a breakdown of exactly how the Sports Premium will be spent at Shakespeare Primary School 2017-18 please see below.

Click here to view the Swimming and Water Safety statistics for 2016-17

Spending the Pupil Premium Grant

Spending the Pupil Premium Grant

At Shakespeare Primary School allocation of the Sports Premium is carried out through a wide range of initiatives, projects and strategies. Provision is typically made through:

  • All teachers and support staff having access to high quality CPD
  • Interventions for children who may need support.
  • High quality learning resources
  • An extended curriculum of extra-curricular activities,
  • Visits and visitors
  • Facilitating participation in competitions, festivals and events.

 

ITEM/PROJECT/INITIATIVE  
Travel to competitive match venues £3,000+
Implement and support the creation of a cluster competition schedule and
Develop a role for someone to lead this across the inner east of Leeds.
Up to
£3,500
Subsidising outdoor and adventurous activities on residential trips and within the national curriculum £1,000
Hiring of coaches to lead lunchtime multi-sports workshops twice per week Up to
£2000
Continued Professional Development in PE and Sport £1,500
Buying into Active Schools to develop city wide initiatives in Leeds £1,200
Providing places for pupils in after-school sport clubs Up to
£15,000
Targeted groups (Girls, Inactive students) Up to
£1,500

Total income from School Sports Premium

£16,000

(Plus £10 per pupil
= £19, 120)

Overall Expenditure

£28,700

 Subsidy provided from the School Budget

 £9,580

Monitoring the impact of the Sports Premium

Monitoring the impact of the Sports Premium

Shakespeare uses a range of methods to monitor the impact of the sports premium on PE, physical activity and school sport.

  • Staff reviews
  • Pupil interviews
  • Observations
  • Learning walks
  • Case studies
  • Data analysis
  • Attendance in extra-curricular activities

Governor Monitoring

Governor Monitoring

Governors monitor the impact of the Pupil Premium Grant expenditure through the following ways:

  • Working alongside the senior leadership of the school during some of the monitoring processes.
  • All Governors through committee work and visits to school contribute to the evaluation of specific initiatives, projects and strategies.
  • Healthy schools and Sport governor feed back to the rest of the governing body through the pupil support sub-committee.

Impact 2015-2016

Impact 2015-2016

  1. The engagement of all pupils (including targeted groups) in regular physical activity - Kick-starting healthy active lifestyles:
    - Monitoring and evaluation shows participation levels of girls and boys across all age ranges almost doubled in the last 12 months.
    - Development of Lunchtime provisions and educational visits targeting inactive children.
  2. The profile of PE and Sport being raised across the school as a tool for the whole school improvement:
    - Awarded the West Yorkshire Sport Aeard for Pupil Engagement in Physical Activity.
    - Awarded the Youth Sport Trust Silver Quality Mark
    - Awarded the Silver School Games award
    - Development and deployment of the School Sports Organising Crew to support all aspects of PE and sport across School from the pupils' perspective.
  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport:
    - Children receive 2 hours of PE weekly.
    - An increased proportion in at least 'Good' PE lessons
  4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils:
    - Involvement in a range of sports and physical activity sessions outside the curriculum including: Wake Up, Shake Up every day before school, attended an increased number of 'Come and try' events across Leeds (Triathlon, Swimming Gala, basketball), whole school skipping workships, with the follow up of investment in skipping equipment for breaks and lunchtimes.
  5. Increased participation in competitive sport:
    - Children at Shakespeare have taken part in a higher number of competitions and festivals in 2015-16 when compared to previous years (Netball league, football leagues and cups, Sports Hall Athletics, Girls football).

Impact 2016-2017

Impact 2016-2017

  1. The engagement of all pupils (including targeted groups) in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

    - Children continue to receive 2 hours of PE weekly

    - Awarded the Youth Sport Trust Gold Quality Mark

  2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement 

    - Increased numbers of pupil premium children accessing physical activity opportunities on a weekly basis.

    - Increased physical activity opportunities for children between the ages of 2-5, for example, specific club development in association with Leeds Rhinos Foundation.

  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
     
    - Staff survey indicated that teachers felt more confident in more areas of the new curriculum, in particular the use of iMoves to deliver the dance curriculum and TOPS cards to support the teaching of Gymnastics

    - An increased proportion of lessons judged to be 'Good' and better following tailored CPD for all teaching staff through Real PE and Real Gym.

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

    - Inclusion of outdoor adventurous activity opportunities on school residentials, including Go Ape, North Yorkshire Hiking and links developed with Go Outdoors

    - Successfully bid for extra funding of £9,200 which supported the increase in extra-curricular offer for sport and physical activity. Extra-curricular offer has more than doubled with over 200 places available each week in after school sports clubs.

    - Involvement in Outdoor adventure Activity workshops through Leeds Active Schools

  5. Increased participation in competitive sport

     - More children in all year groups have taken part in a higher number of competitions and festivals in 2016-17 when compared to previous years. School involved in a range of both inter and intra school competitions including football, netball, sports hall athletics along with many more.

Emerging Priorities 2017-2018

Emerging Priorities 2017-2018

  1. Implement and support the creation of a cluster competition schedule and develop a role for someone to lead this across the Inner East of Leeds.
  2. Continue to improve the health and well-being opportunities on offer for the EYFS children
  3. Increase and develop links with local sports clubs and teams.
  4. Look to increase the amount of children able to swim at least 25m by the end of year six.
  5. Review and assess the impact and success of Real PE after the first year of its implementation.
  6. Maintain the Gold award from Youth Sports Trust and look to improve the stability of this accreditation
  7. Expand the provision even further for after school club activities
  8. Target inactivity across the school and develop strategies to tackle it.
  9. Close the gender and disability gap, which sees girls and children with disabilities much less likely to participate in school sport.

 

 

 

 

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