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Sports Premium Allocation 2020 -2021

Overview of the school

Total SP allocated £19,600
Total SP expenditure £19,623
SP remaining -£0.23

Summary of SP spending 2020/2021

Objectives in spending SP:

  • To increase the engagement of boys and girls, including those with SEND, taking part in competitions and having an opportunity to better their personal results
  • To identify those least active young people and have a targeted extracurricular sporting or physical activity club
  • Engage at least 50% of pupils in extracurricular sporting and physical activity every week
  • To provide all children with the opportunity to attend sporting competitions
  • To allow pupils to have memorable experiences that they might not otherwise be able to attend.
  • Provide teachers with resources to teach PE and sport more effectively.
  • Provide high quality PE and sporting resources.

Record of SP spending by item/project 2020 - 2021

Record of SP spending 2020 - 2021

Funding allocated

Implementation

Intent

Impact

Sustainability and suggested next steps

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

£2,800

 

School Games and Competition Programme

Use the schools games format to provide the opportunity for both boys and girls to take part in competitions (personal challenge, intra & inter)

To increase the engagement of boys and girls including those with SEND taking part in competitions and having an opportunity to better their personal results

Children were provided opportunities to participate in virtual competitions via Featherstone School Sports Partnership during the lockdown seasons. They were offered opportunities to compete in individual personal challenges, as well as school vs. school. Hambrough entered a virtual cricket competition against others in the borough.  We will be back to a full in person schedule in Autumn 2021

Ensure PE teaching units are aligned to extra curriculum clubs and sporting events / competitions schedule. Provide PE cpd for new staff and refresher for existing staff

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school pupils undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

£3,000

Lunchtime club coaching

Over the course of the academic year have targeted provision for those least active young people in your school with a minimum take up of 15% from the target group that is sustained over a term

To identify those least active young people and have a targeted extracurricular sporting or physical activity club

Featherstone School Sports Partnership delivered a high quality lunch club every Wednesday and Friday (when schools were open), which has been well attended by many pupils. All children were engaged and offered a wide range of physical activities, including multi skills, teamwork skills, basketball, netball, cricket and tennis. Children gave regular positive feedback about these sessions.

SMSAs to engage alongside lunchtime coaching sessions to become skilled up in facilitating lunchtime activity

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school pupils undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

£5,000

After School Sports Clubs – subsidised cost

To provide every young person the opportunity to attend extracurricular sporting and physical activities

Engage at least 50% of KS2 pupils in extracurricular sporting and physical activity every week

Due to the recent guidelines regarding school closures and COVID 19 regulations, after school clubs were temporarily closed during the 2020 – 2021 academic year. This will reconvene in Autumn term 2021, for pupils at no cost or heavily subsidised.

Continue to provide after school sporting clubs free of charge through income generation by school lettings where needed.

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

£500

 

 

Transport to sporting events / competition

Provide the pupils with the means of transport to and from inter school competitions

To provide all children with the opportunity to attend sporting competitions

Due to the recent guidelines regarding school closures and COVID 19 regulations, after school clubs were temporarily closed during the 2020 – 2021 academic year. This will reconvene in Autumn term 2021, for pupils at no cost or heavily subsidised.

Engage in events / competitions local to school where walking / public transport is a viable option.

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

£1,900

 

Residential / Activity Days – subsidised cost

Provide pupils (Yr 6) with the opportunity to develop important life skills within physical activities which they might not have encountered before

To allow pupils to have memorable experiences that they might not otherwise be able to attend.

Year 6 participated in an acitivity day at the Gordon Brown Activity Centre in Summer term. All pupils attended and participated in a wide range of physical challenges, such as den building, high rope climbing and problem solving activities. Pupils were particularly excited and engaged as this was the first trip of their Year 6 experience and was highly memorable and special for all pupils.

Continue to engage parents through voluntary contributions where possible and through viable charging and remission policy.

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

£695

Resources

PE Planning Resources

Purchase “Primary PE Planning”  and make available to all teachers in EYFS / KS1 and KS2

 

 

Provide teachers with resources to teach PE and sport more effectively.

All teachers are continuing to grow and develop in strength in delivering high quality and engaging P.E. lessons. Pupils receive high quality and consistent lessons that promote progression across the school. Key movement skills taught in EYFS build a strong foundation for physical, teamwork and communication skills.

After the initial cost outlay the planning scheme is now in place and with staff cpd implementation is now sustainable for existing staff and newly appointed staff moving forward.

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

£5728

PE Equipment

PE Resources

Replenish indoor, outdoor, small and large equipment

Provide high quality PE and sporting resources.

High quality equipment purchased from TTS to enhance PE lessons, as well as restock playground equipment boxes to encourage more physical activities and movement.

In the long term, this would be included in the core curriculum resourcing budget.

SWIMMING RESULTS (2020/2021)

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety:

(Current Year 6 - data recorded when in Year 4 - 2018/2019)

Duckling

47%

Puffin

5.7%

5m

15.1%

10m

5.7%

20m

1.8%

25m

24.5%

Click here for the Sports Premium Allocation and Impact Report for 2019-2020

Click here for the Sports Premium Allocation and Impact Report for 2018-2019

Click here for the Sports Premium Allocation & Impact Report for 2017-2018

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