Presentation on theme: "Sports Budget 2014-2015. Our aims are to: Use PE Premium to improve and develop PE provision at St James’. Improve extra-curricular PE opportunities for."— Presentation transcript:
Our aims are to: Use PE Premium to improve and develop PE provision at St James’. Improve extra-curricular PE opportunities for pupils and identify children who do not participate in any clubs. Develop enthusiasm for PE amongst pupils, staff and parents. Improve resources/equipment for Games teaching Plan for the sports budget to be used as effectively as possible.
Spending the PE Premium (2014 - 2015) There is still £4000 approx to spend – it will be carried over to the next year. There are 4 inter-school events in the summer term and Sports Day. I am also planning to use some of the PE premium to enhance outdoor provision (Physical Development) in EY area.
Staff Training/Development In September last year, our Sports Leader carried out a staff questionnaire to find out where training needs lay. Several teachers asked for some input on Gymnastics so training was organised as well as new planning researched and implemented. Team teaching sessions were also organised with staff. Sports Leader attended several courses including Multi-Skills training, Gymnastics and Athletics. The relevant information (such as websites, planning, resources was then cascaded to staff through meetings and training sessions. Staff from Years 2- 5 have all benefited from a 6 week block of coaching from Jon Keynes (HHC - hockey coach). The Sports Leader has been released from class to work additional hours promoting sports within the school using money from the PE Premium to pay for supply.
New Equipment We have purchased: 2 x basketball nets and new basketballs New footballs and netballs New benches for gym x 2 A class set of wooden hockey sticks and balls plus shin pads for use in school An electric pump New gym mats Athletics equipment including standing-long-jump mat, shots, vortex howlers, running parachutes New balls and play equipment for lunchtimes
School Sports Partnership/Inter- school Competitions We paid £500 to join the Havant School Sports Partnership. This has enabled us to participate in a wide range of competitions (not previously accessed). These include: Ball Skills Festival (Years 1 + 2) Football Skills tournament (Y 1+2) (12 Pupils) – we came 1 st and 2 nd in this! Netball League – high levels of participation and enthusiasm Hockey – We won the recent Havant Hockey Club tournament! Football matches – Many successes this year – thanks to RG Athletics – coming up soon… for Years R, 1, 2 and 5 / 6 All of these events have proven very successful and the level of interest was very high. The following slide describes a major success for our school…
Fun Run – warm up for GSR (Oct 2014) Year 3/4 girls: 6 of our girls finished in the top 45 for their race – 3 of these in the top 20! 3 rd overall for all schools – out of 9 schools. Year 3 / 4 boys: 3 of our boys finished in the top 25 for their race. A Y4 boy came 2 nd and a Y3 boy came 6 th ! We were overall JOINT WINNERS for this race (out of 10 schools)! Year 5/6 boys + girls: 4 of our pupils came in the top 37 runners. We came 5 th overall for this race.
Coaching/Clubs We have the following PE based clubs running in school: Football (Mr Gallop) Netball (Mrs Cook) – Autumn and Spring term Athletics (Mrs Cook) – Summer term Hockey (Jon Keynes – HHC) – paid for by Sports Premium Cricket - curriculum lessons for Y4 and Y5 starting this week Judo (Mr Pring) – who has also given self defence to Y5/6 within school time paid for by Sports Premium Karate (Outside provider) Get Kinected – outside provider Tennis – outside provider Dance for Y3/4 and Y5/6 – outside provider
Looking forward… During the next academic year, I plan to: Continue to build on the enthusiasm of the staff and children for PE – the school now feels like a very ‘active’ school. Find out what PE clubs would be welcomed by the pupils via the school council Enter the School Sports Partnership again and increase further the number of inter-school competitions Improve dance teaching skills through INSET (provided by qualified dance teacher) Use the information about pupil participation to target this group – offering them spaces on a ‘Change for Life’ club if appropriate Continue to offer a range of OSH clubs – both run by teachers and outside coaches Survey the staff (in September) to ensure training/coaching provision matches needs. To include LSA’s who may benefit from Play training (esp. in view of Malcom Duncan leaving). Complete more observations/team teaching for Gym – offering support, suggestions and help with planning as necessary Enter the Sainsbury’s Active Mark scheme - looking at our data/participation levels this year indicates that we would be easily on track for Silver award