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PE Premium


PE Premium

Cardinham School’s Sports Premium

 

What is the Primary Sport Premium? 

The government are spending over £450 million on improving physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools over the three academic years 2013 to 2014, 2014-2105 and 2015-2016. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture and Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school headteachers to spend on improving the quality and breadth of PE and school sport.

 

Purpose of funding  

Schools have the freedom to choose how they use the funding. Possible uses for funding include:

 

 

How will we use the Sport Premium funding here at Cardinham?  

We are very excited about the Sport Premium funding here at Cardinham School. We want to ensure that we use the funding effectively to increase levels of pupil engagement and participation, to improve pupils’ well being, to enhance teacher confidence and the quality of teaching and learning and to ensure that all of our pupils make good progress.

 

 

Area/Objectives

Actions

Cost

IMPACT

Sustainability

To further upskill staff

Traverse wall training for all staff

 

£200.00

Staff more confident and competent in delivering sessions on the traverse wall, including making links with Maths and English. 

Traverse wall will withstand many years of use and can be used in several areas of the curriculum.

PE TA to attend PlayMaker leadership course

£30.00

PE TA gained qualification.

Children have developed their leadership skills and have gained a qualification that can be taken forward to Secondary School.

Children have greater confidence and higher self-esteem. 

Now this qualification has been gained, we will continue to roll out the PlayMaker award to Y6 pupils in subsequent years thus ensuring its sustainability.

Leadership Award for Year 5/6

 

Introduce PlayMaker award to upper KS2 pupils

£200.00

Purchase new equipment

 

 

 

 

Ensure equipment is in good working order and staff have enough equipment to deliver high quality lessons

 

Provide new sports kits for staff, pupils and sports teams.

Erect a traverse wall on the playground for use at playtimes/lunchtimes/PE lessons/other areas of the curriculum

 

Complete audit of resources and replenish as necessary.

 

 

 

 

Price up and purchase:  

New PE kit for pupils

Sports Kit for the following teams:

Netball

Football

Cross Country running vests.    

£3900

 

 

 

 

 

£144.95

 

 

 

 

 

Staff kits: £943.23

 

Children’s kits:

£1250.00

Children have improved coordination, balance and strength. They are developing their problem solving skills.  

 

 

 

High quality resources and equipment contribute to high quality teaching and learning.

                  

 

 

Children have raised self-esteem and confidence, especially when representing the school.

Improved team performances eg cross country, netball and football.

Traverse wall will withstand many years of use and can be used in several areas of the curriculum.

 

 

 

Some resources eg tennis balls will need to be replenished annually.

 

 

 

PE Kit tops purchased are of a very good quality and will last for a number of years. T-shirts to be returned and passed down to younger pupils. Parents will purchase replacements.

Team kits are signed in and out. They are very good quality and should last for at least five to ten years.

Continue to raise participation levels

PE TA to add to maintain the excellent range of extra-curricular activities on offer.

£64.76

High levels of participation maintained.

 

Continue to embed new sports introduced last year through SofaDodger

 

 

 

Introduce further new sports as enrichment and as extra-curricular clubs

Mountain biking/cycling, trampolining,

ice-skating, orienteering, yoga, squash, lawn bowls, street dance.

 

 

 

New sports:

Surfing, Lacrosse, Archery, Badminton, Martial arts, Skipping UK, Handball, Skating, Street surfing, Zumba, Horse riding 

Archery

£320.00

 

Callywith Centre

£720.00

 

Bowling £54.00

 

 

Transport

£1260.00

Increased levels of opportunities/participation.

 

Children are inspired to adopt a healthy lifestyle and to find a life-long sport

 

 

New sports introduced: Archery, Skipping, Handball, Dodgeball, Golf

 

2016/17:

Surfing, Martial arts, Zumba, Street Dance

Children will potentially find a life-long sport that is best matched to their interests and ability.

This will ensure they adopt a healthy lifestyle.

Continue to promote/develop club links

Investigate local clubs

Introduce club links board

Invite club leaders to assemblies

Local Clubs

Cardinham Sports Club

Callywith Centre

Bodmin Dragon Leisure Centre

£0.00

Increased levels of opportunities/participation

Children encouraged to adopt a healthy lifestyle and find a life-long sport

 

Stronger links have been made with community groups and clubs.

Children will potentially find a life-long sport that is best matched to their interests and ability.

This will ensure they adopt a healthy lifestyle.

Children are more aware of the opportunities available to them in their locality. This will enable them to pursue their interests.

Celebrate successes more publically

 

Purchase trophy cabinet

Purchase trophies throughout year for significant achievements

Linked to school sport clubs - Football, netball, cross country,

Fit N Funky, tag rugby, cricket, yoga.

Stickers for sports day

 £172.38

 

 

 

Through an end of year PE Awards Ceremony children’s achievements were celebrated publically. This motivated children and further raised their self-esteem. 

 

 

 

Trophy cabinet will be a permanent fixture in in school for many years to come.

Keep up to date with local and national initiatives

Access resources/advice

Renew membership with Assocication for Physical Education

£140.00

Staff have been kept up to date with current initiatives and have accessed resources which has contributed to high standards.

Standards driven forward will impact on subsequent years.

Amount Allocated (with carry forward from last year): £18,177.00

Actual Spend: £9399.32

Balance: £8777.68

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PE SPENDING PLAN 16/17

 

Income: £17,000 (Including carry forward from last academic year)

Recognised area of need/development

Actions

Desired outcome/impact

Cost

Develop a comprehensive training plan for all staff based on skills audit,  

to include training courses and working alongside professionals

 

Carry out skills audit and seek training opportunities

 

PE Coordinator & PE TA to attend Annual PE Conference at The Eden Project

1 teacher and 1 TA to attend swimming training

 

Source quality coaches –

Kernow Gymnastics

Helen Clare - Class Yoga

Dance teachers

Staff more confident and competent in delivering high quality PE

 

Improved teaching and learning

 

Children will achieve higher standards

£1000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Further develop the role of the PE TA in helping to raise standards

 

 

Continue to offer an excellent range of extra-curricular activities

PE TA to team teach PE alongside class teachers

 

 

 

 

 

PE TA to plan and deliver a varied programme of extra-curricular opportunities from YR-6

Staff more confident and competent in delivering high quality PE

Improved teaching and learning

Children will achieve higher standards

 

 

Increased levels of participation – all pupils to participate in one sport related club

£3000

Improve well-being of all children across the school through embedding Yoga and Mindfulness as part of the curriculum and as an extra-curricular activity  

 

Trial and purchase ‘Class Yoga’ for teachers to use in class

 

All staff to participate in a two-hour yoga training session

 

PE Coordinator to attend 5 day course on Teaching Yoga and Mindfulness to Children

 

Purchase yoga mats x 12

Staff feel confident in using Class Yoga to deliver yoga sessions

 

Improvement in children’s mental health and well-being. Children will have higher self-esteem and improved levels of concentration and focus.

 

Children will have improved balance, coordination, strength, flexibility and posture.

£1000

 

 

 

Keep up to date with local/national initiatives and increase participation in inter school competitions

 

 

YSP Annual Membership – Level 2

MCSN Annual Membership

Through MCSN and Bodmin Sports Partnership, participate in the following:

MCSN Cross Country League

Football League

Netball League

Tag rugby tournament

Increased levels of opportunities/participation

 

Children will achieve higher standards

 

£1500

Replenish curriculum equipment and resources

 

Purchase new equipment

 

 

 

 

 

 

Improve surface of school playground

Annual subscription for 5-A-DAY

Obtain quotes and purchase the following:

Gymnastics equipment

Football goals

Netball nets

Dance scheme/resources

Athletics equipment

Rounders equipment

Orienteering posts

Mountain bikes & helmets

Mountain bike storage

 

Seek quotes for alternative playground surface

Increased levels of opportunities/participation

 

Children will achieve higher standards

 

£7000

Continue to embed less conventional sports through our Sofadodger initiative

 

Introduce further new sports as enrichment and as extra-curricular clubs

Mountain biking/cycling, climbing, trampolining, orienteering, yoga, squash, bowls, archery and handball.

 

 

 

 

New sports:

Surfing, Skipping UK, Dance – Zumba, Street.

Increased levels of opportunities/participation

 

 

 

 

 

Encourage children to adopt a healthy lifestyle and find a life-long sport

 

£1000

Further develop opportunities for leadership in KS2 

All Y6 pupils to take part in Playmakers Award

 

4 x Gifted and Talented pupils to take part in the Junior Athlete Education Programme  

 

4 x Y6 Pupils to take part in the School Sports Organising Crew Conference

KS2 pupils will have developed the necessary skills to be able to lead activities and events to YR and KS1 pupils

£250

Ensure children are more active and engaged at playtimes and lunchtimes

Revise playtime and lunchtime rota

Purchase new huff and puff equipment

 

 

Increased levels of opportunities/participation

Increase in fitness levels

 

£500

Provide additional  swimming sessions for less confident KS2 swimmers

Give a few less confident swimmers opportunity to gain confidence.

Increased opportunity/participation.

Help increase ability levels

£100

Continue to promote/develop club links

Continue to investigate local clubs

Maintain club links board

Invite representatives of local clubs into school to lead assemblies

 

Increased levels of opportunities/participation

Encouraging children to adopt a healthy lifestyle and find a life-long sport

£100

Continue to celebrate successes more publically

Building on the success of last years, organise an end of year PE and School Sports Award Ceremony. Invite a former pupil now Olympian to share their story

 

High profile of PE maintained

Importance of effort and progress recognised, in addition to achievement

Inspire pupils

£500

 

 

Total planned expenditure

 

 

£15,950

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Delighted! She is happy, has lots of friends and is making good progress" - Parent Survey