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Greenleas School Sports Premium Funding 2016-17
 
The Sports Premium Grant (SPG) was introduced by the Government in September 2013 as an annual grant which is additional to main school funding, and is therefore ring-fenced for expenditure on the provision of Sport and PE in schools.  Schools must spend this funding to make additional and sustainable improvements in the quality of PE and sport activities offered to all pupils in the manner which they deem appropriate.
 
“At Greenleas we are passionate about providing high quality Physical Education and sports activities for all children in order to promote healthy lifestyles, participation in competitive sport and wellbeing derived from physical activity.  To this end we have employed a specialist PE coach since 2007 to teach PE twice a week to all children from YR to Y4, and to offer a variety of before and after school sporting clubs.  When we opened our second site in 2013 we employed an additional PE teacher to mirror this excellent provision.  Greenleas has been recognized as a Centre of Excellence for PE by the Challenge Partners Quality Assurance Review conducted in February 2014, “The PE lessons observed were graded as outstanding and the impact on the learning and development of PE throughout the school is evident. An analysis of the funding has been carried out confirming that it is being successfully used to raise the profile of PE and improve the physical and mental well-being of the pupils. Healthy life styles are explored and encouraged.”
 
The SPG funding may not be used for existing PE provision, so at Greenleas it is directed to enrich and enhance our sports curriculum.  Use of the SPG funding for the academic year  was as follows:

Spend for Academic Year 2016/17 with Evaluation
SPG Awarded for 2016-17

£10,243 approx
Plus £1825 from sports goal 2015/16
£12,068

 

Impact
Sports Leadership 3 x 2 sessions of Sports Leadership Training to be delivered to Year 4 pupils across 2 sites
and purchase/replacement of associated equipment . £350

Empowered children to participate in healthy activity and create good habits for future life. Fewer behaviour incidents as recorded in the behaviour log.

 

Level 2 Competitions
This Academic Year additional places have been offered to larger schools. Greenleas will be selecting up to 2 teams for events.

Transportation costs
And
Specialist Sports Supply (see below)

KS2 Football tournament
Football 29th September 2016 - Cedars
KS2 Tag Rugby tournament
Tag Rugby 10th November 2016 Cedars
KS1 + 2 Gymnastics
Gymnastics 7th Feb 2017 Harlequins
KS2 Girls Football Tournament
Girls football 25th April 2017 Cedars
KS2 Tennis tournament
Tennis 11th May 2017 LBTC
KS2 Kwik Cricket Tournament
Kwik cricket 8th June 2017 LBCC
KS2 Netball Tournament
Netball 18th October 2016 Linslade
KS2 Athletics tournament
Athletics 17th November 2016 Cedars
KS2 Quad Kids
Quad kids 14th June 2017 Fulbrook
KS2 Hockey
Quick sticks 22nd June 2017- Vandyke
Orienteering
Orienteering 4th July 2017 - Brooklands

Transportation costs: £100.00

 

Learning Community has accepted 2nd team into tournaments which has increased opportunities for participation in competitive sports. Pupils now feel there is a greater likelihood they will be selected.
Created opportunities to compete at a level beyond the school for more able and B/C teams.
Specialist Sports Supply Specialist PE supply staff to cover lessons whilst teachers :
  • Lead outdoor residential
  • Escort/coach school Tournaments (above)
  • Escort Wimbledon trip
  • Attend PE conference/CPD

2 x £1640 for 12 fixtures (£3280) – 2 staff/2 sites
2 x £600 for residential/Wimbledon/CPD
Total £4480
High quality CPD accessed by sports specialists at both sites and cascaded back to teaching and learning for sustainability in PE.
Expert coaching and feedback now available to support learning during competitive events and ensure pupils enjoy the experience and want to go again.
Curriculum Resources and Scootability Resources New resources to extend and enrich existing provision, including
  • Scooters
    £360

Replacement or additional resources to continue/increase opportunities e.g.
  • Wall bars Derwent Road
    £3158

Total £3518

 

Active outdoor lunchtime activity to promote transition to bike riding when older.

Quality and safe gymnastics provision offered for next 30 years.
(Purchase rolled into next year).
Outdoor football goal 1 x permanent football goal to match original and mirror provision at other site. Rolled forward from last year
£1825

Planned to contribute to more equitable games of football during playtimes and lunch times.

 

New PA System Derwent Road Replacement sound system for Derwent Road site so music available for dance lessons and PA for Sports Day.
£1480

Previous system has lasted 15+ years – this is available for sports use into the future. Older children are given responsibility to operate it – self worth/PSHE

 

Accreditation costs British Schools Gym Membership
British Schools Tennis Assoc
£100 approx

This has ensured we have a ticket allocation for Wimbledon which is passed on to the children. Additionally a Breakfast Tennis club is new offer to mirror existing provision at alternate site.

 

Forest Schools First Aid Certification 1 x PE specialist to attend Pediatric First Aid ,
£60

Forest School sessions now on offer both as a club before school and as a regular Friday afternoon slot which classes attend on a rotation.
For 2016-17 extended to a daily lunch club and regular weekly Friday afternoon activity.

 

PE Conference

1 x PE specialist to attend annual PE conference at Woburn Center Parks
£155

 

Networking and CPD to develop sustainable PE plan into the future
Total spend 16/17 £12,068  

Sports Premium

Greenleas School Sports Premium Funding 2017-18

 

Evidencing the use of the PE and Sport Premium funding: Action plan and Impact Review

The DfE Vision for the Primary PE and Sport Premium

 

ALL pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

 

 

The funding has been provided to ensure impact against the following Objective and Indicators:

  1. achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools.

We would expect indicators of such improvement to include:

  1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity - the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school

  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

 

It is important to emphasise that the focus of spending must be sustainable and leave a lasting legacy beyond the funding allocation.

It is a statutory requirement of Ofsted, under their Common Inspection Framework, to ensure that information on the use of the Primary PE and Sport Premium is available on the school website. Schools also have a responsibility to publish on their website the % of children who achieve the expectation for swimming by the end of Year 6.

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer. You should not however use your funding to:

  • employ coaches or specialist teachers to cover planning preparation and assessment (PPA) arrangements - these should come out of your core staffing budgets

  • teach the minimum requirements of the national curriculum – including those specified for swimming

Academic Year:

2017-18

Total Funding Allocation:

£16,125

Plus £3158 rolled over from wall bars 2016-17

Actual Funding Spent:

£12,926

(£6340 carried forward for astroturf &wallbars)

PE and Sport Premium Action Plan

 

Indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school

 

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Pupil Sports Leadership Development

3 x 2 sessions of Sports Leadership Training to be delivered to Year 4 pupils across 2 sites and purchase/replacement of associated equipment.

£350

To empower children to lead and participate in healthy activity and create good habits for future life. Structured activities available to pupils to increase uptake in participation making a significant contribution to their 60 active minutes. Additionally there should be less opportunity to engage in negative behaviour.

Artificial grass laid to form path across field to trim trail Derwent Road

All weather path to access trim trail

£3680

To provide all year access to trim trail across the school field

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

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Annual accreditation costs

British Schools Gym Membership

British Schools Tennis Assoc

 

£100 approx

This will ensure we have a ticket allocation for Wimbledon which is passed on to the children.

Gym membership gives access to participate in competitions.

Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching Physical Education and sport

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

PE staff attend PE conference

1 x PE specialist to attend annual PE conference at Woburn Center Parks

 

£155

High quality CPD accessed by sports specialists at both sites and cascaded back to teaching and learning for sustainability in PE.

Networking and CPD to develop sustainable PE plan into the future

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

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Curriculum Resources

New resources to extend and enrich existing provision, including

  • Forest schools clothing
  • Indoor goals and footballs
  • Play leader activity sets
  • Spare PE kits
     

 

Replacement or additional resources to continue/increase opportunities e.g.

  • Ipad and case for video coaching
  • Sports Day trophies and stickers
  • Basketballs, hoops, beanbags
  • Storage resources
  • Non permanent floor markings
  • Netballs
     
  • Skipping ropes for whole school
     
  • Replacement wall bars
     
  • Replacement hall speakers
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£4625
 

£921

 

£3158

 

£296

Directed activities for playtimes to promote good behaviour, indoor football resources for winter months, spare kits so children can still take part, waterproof clothing for forest schools

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quality and safe gymnastics provision offered for next 30 years.

Previous speakers blown – replacements required to continue to offer music for dance lessons.

Outdoor football goal

Final invoice balance of payment for 1 x permanent football goal to match original and mirror provision at other site. Installed last year.

 

£1125

 

Planned to contribute to more equitable games of football during playtimes and lunch times. Goal of solid constructing to provide enduring enjoyment.

Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Provide Specialist Sports supply to release PE staff for tournaments

Specialist PE supply staff to cover lessons whilst teachers :

  • Lead outdoor residential
  • Escort/coach school Tournaments (above)
  • Escort Wimbledon trip

 

 

2 x £1640 for 12 fixtures (£3280) – 2 staff/2 sites

2 x £600 for residential/Wimbledon

Total £4480

To provide expert coaching and to support learning during competitive events and ensure pupils enjoy the experience and want to go again.

Values of gamesmanship can be modelled and embedded as part of whole school Values Behaviour Programme.

Level 2 Competitions

This Academic Year additional places have been offered to larger schools. Greenleas will be selecting up to 2 teams for events.

 

KS2 Boys Football tournament

Football 28th September 2017 - Cedars

KS2 Tag Rugby tournament

Tag Rugby 11th November 2017 Cedars

KS2 Sportshall athletics

Tag Rugby 16th November 2017 Cedars

KS2 Athletics – County Final

Athletics 26th November 2017 Bunyan Centre

KS1 + 2 Gymnastics

Gymnastics 6th Feb 2018 Harlequins

KS2 Netball Tournament

Netball 27th March 2018 Linslade

KS2 Girls Football Tournament

Girls football 25th April 2018 Cedars

KS2 Tag Rugby tournament

Tag Rugby 11th November 2017 Cedars

Inclusive Sports Festival

1st May 2017 Linslade

KS2 Mixed Tennis Tournament

Kwik cricket 10th May 2017 Linslade

KS2 KS2 Football tournament

Football 17th May 2018 MK Dons Stadium

KS2 Quad Kids

Quad kids 13th June 2018 Fulbrook

KS2 Hockey

Quick sticks 21st June 2018- Vandyke

Orienteering

Orienteering 3rd July 2018 - Brooklands

Transportation costs: £100.00

Learning Community has accepted 2nd team into tournaments which has increased opportunities for participation in competitive sports. Pupils will feel there is a greater likelihood they will be selected.

To create opportunities to compete at a level beyond the school for more able and B/C teams.

PE and Sport Premium Impact Review

Indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school

 

Key Actions taken

Actual Outcomes

Actual Cost

Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence

Sustainability/next steps

Pupil Sports Leadership Development

Year 4 children trained at both sites and offering a schedule or regular playtime activities for younger children.

£350

  • Children empowered to lead and participate in healthy activity and create good habits for future life.
  • Children chose to be active during their lunch break and plan their activities based on the published schedule.
  • Structured activities available to pupils to increase uptake in participation.
  • Reduction in negative behaviour incidents.
  • Stronger relationships between older and younger pupils

To be continued with next year’s cohort.

Artificial grass laid to form path across field to trim trail Derwent Road and activity village at Kestrel Way

All weather path to access trim trail

All weather access to activity village at Kestrel Way

£3680
 

This project rolled into next year

  • Year round access to trim trail across the school field providing greater choice of playground activities

Cover activity village and trim trail area at Kestrel Way with artificial grass.

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

Key Actions taken

Actual Outcomes

Actual Cost

Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence

Sustainability/next steps

Annual accreditation costs

British Schools Gym Membership

British Schools Tennis Assoc

 

£100

  • Ticket allocation for Wimbledon for 8 pupils. Raises interest in watching professional level sport.
  • Breakfast Tennis club offered 1 x morning at DR and 2x morning at KW

To continue next year

Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching Physical Education and sport

Key Actions taken

Actual Outcomes

Actual Cost

Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence

Sustainability/next steps

PE staff attend PE conference

1 x PE specialist to attend annual PE conference at Woburn Center Parks

 

£155

  • High quality CPD accessed by sports specialists at both sites and cascaded back to teaching and learning for sustainability in PE.
  • Networking and CPD to develop sustainable PE plan into the future

To offer this opportunity next year

 

 

 

 

 

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

Key Actions taken

Actual Outcomes

Actual Cost

Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence

Sustainability/next steps

Curriculum Resources

New resources to extend and enrich existing provision, including

  • Forest schools clothing
  • Indoor goals and footballs
  • Play leader activity sets
  • Spare PE kits
     

 

Replacement or additional resources to continue/increase opportunities e.g.

  • Ipad and case for video coaching
  • Sports Day trophies and stickers
  • Basketballs, hoops, beanbags
  • Storage resources
  • Non permanent floor markings
  • Netballs
     
  • Skipping ropes for whole school
     
  • Replacement wall bars
     
  • Replacement hall speakers
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£3358
 

£921

 

£3158

 

£296

  • Directed activities for playtimes to promote good behaviour, indoor football resources for winter months, spare kits so children can still take part, waterproof clothing for forest schools

    Sports day rewards are an incentive for competition and individual achievement.

    Basketball hoops offered an extension to current ball games offer

    Storage used to protect and maintain new equipment

    Skipping ropes used as part of a whole school skipping initiative

 

 

 

Quality and safe gymnastics provision offered for next 30 years.

Previous speakers blown – replacements required to continue to offer music for dance lessons.

To continue to replace resources at end of life, add to resources to extend offer and invest in larger projects to promote healthier lifestyle choices and more activity.

Outdoor football goal

1 x permanent football goal to match original and mirror provision at other site. Rolled forward from last year

 

£1125 – final invoice

 

  • Has contributed to more equitable games of football during playtimes and lunch times. Goal of solid construction to provide enduring enjoyment.

Project complete

Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Key Actions taken

Actual Outcomes

Actual Cost

Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence

Sustainability/next steps

Provide Specialist Sports supply to release PE staff for tournaments

Specialist PE supply staff to cover lessons whilst teachers :

  • Lead outdoor residential
  • Escort/coach school Tournaments (above)
  • Escort Wimbledon trip

 

 

£2841

  • Expert coaching learning support provided during competitive events has promoted enjoyment and skills.
  • Values of gamesmanship modelled and embedded as part of whole school Values Behaviour Programme.

Continue into next year

Level 2 Competitions

This Academic Year additional places have been offered to larger schools. Greenleas will be selecting up to 2 teams for events.

 

KS2 Boys Football tournament

Football 28th September 2017 - Cedars

KS2 Tag Rugby tournament

Tag Rugby 11th November 2017 Cedars

KS2 Sportshall athletics

Tag Rugby 16th November 2017 Cedars

KS2 Athletics – County Final

Athletics 26th November 2017 Bunyan Centre

KS1 + 2 Gymnastics

Gymnastics 6th Feb 2018 Harlequins

KS2 Netball Tournament

Netball 27th March 2018 Linslade

KS2 Girls Football Tournament

Girls football 25th April 2018 Cedars

KS2 Tag Rugby tournament

Tag Rugby 11th November 2017 Cedars

Inclusive Sports Festival

1st May 2017 Linslade

KS2 Mixed Tennis Tournament

Kwik cricket 10th May 2017 Linslade

KS2 KS2 Football tournament

Football 17th May 2018 MK Dons Stadium

KS2 Quad Kids

Quad kids 13th June 2018 Fulbrook

KS2 Hockey

Quick sticks 21st June 2018- Vandyke

Orienteering

Orienteering 3rd July 2018 - Brooklands

Transportation costs: £100.00

  • Additional teams taken to tournaments. Pupils feel there is a greater likelihood they will be selected.
  • Opportunities created to represent and compete at a level beyond the school for more able and B/C teams.

Continue into next year.

 

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