2 Outcomes of the session. Clear guidance on the effective use of the Primary Sport Funding.A summary of Ofsted guidance and recommendations.Looking at useful resources and materials to support schools around the audit, action planning and impact of the spend.Case studies of good practice.The chance to network with other schools about how they are using the funding.The opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
3 National MessagesAnna Hamilton (Lead for PE & School Sport at the Dept for Education):Key is definitely still sustainabilityMoney must add value (even if PE provision was brilliant before)Must consider how future pupils will benefit from the funding and not just existing onesNeed to consider if any service provided by an external provider (i.e. coaching company) is specific to that school and it’s needs and requirementsSustainability is most at risk when using external providers
4 Sue CampbellPE is compulsory National Curriculum Subject and therefore Teachers MUST NOT be replaced (if this happens then it devalues the subject!!)Key success factor is that PE is seen as a serious subject within schools and in order for this to happen it must impact on one or some of the following:Emotional well beingImproving BehaviourIncreasing attendanceRaising AchievementParental engagementTransition and partnership workingOfsted will (should!) ask how is funding improving the education and health of all pupils and HTs should be able to answer this
5 VisionAll pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.This has recently been updated and refreshed.What else is important to your pupils? Does this link to the vision? How do you know
6 ObjectiveTo achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools.
7 Government announcement: PE &Sport Premium £150 million a year (DH, DfE), ring fenced to support delivery of PE and sport in primary schools (2020 promise)Funding allocated through a lump sum for each school. Enter spend details (53%) on school web siteOfsted inspection report – October 2014Best practice videosFunding for schools will be calculated by the number of primary-aged pupils (between the ages of 5 and 11) as at the annual schools’ census in January 2013.All schools with 17 or more primary-aged pupils will receive a lump sum of £8,000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil. Smaller schools will receive £500 per pupil.In March 2013 the government announced that it was to provide additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to2015 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools in England - The Primary PE & Sport Premium.In the Autumn Statement 2013, the Chancellor, George Osbourne announced an additional year's £150m- extended funding, taking the total investment to the end of the 2016 academic year.On 6th February 2014 the Prime Minister, David Cameron committed to continue the funding for the Primary PE & Sport Premium until 2020.
8 What can we spend the funding on? Key questions to ask yourselves when making spendingdecisions: How will this investment address the need identified bythis specific school? What will be the impact of this investment on: children in the school at the moment? children in the school in 5 / 10 years’ time (what will thelasting legacy be?)
9 PE and sport supports whole school improvement Participation in PE and sport can improve a huge range of social skills, promote inclusion and lead to better cohesionParticipation in quality PE and sport can improve physical and mental well-being which will transfer into measureable school achievement outcomesPE and sport can also help to shape behaviour, reduce truancy and develop leadership skillsSpiritual, moral, social and cultural development
10 C4L Featherstone film http://youtu.be/-UnWGz-IGhk
12 C4L Featherstone film http://youtu.be/-UnWGz-IGhk Refer to Public Health docsThe link between pupil health and well being and attainmentOfsted:The Ofsted Going the extra mile was published in June 2014 – see slides 27/29 (for info rather than using!)The aim of the report was to explore if their was a link between the quality of CSS provision and later sporting success.As part of the report they visited 10 independent schools, 35 state schools and collected the views of over 500 head teachers and 1000 yp.C4L Featherstone film
13 Ofsted report: Going the extra mile The aim of the report was to explore if their was a link between the quality of Competitive School Sport (CSS) provision and later sporting successThe Ofsted Going the extra mile was published in June 2014 –The aim of the report was to explore if their was a link between the quality of CSS provision and later sporting success.As part of the report they visited 10 independent schools, 35 state schools and collected the views of over 500 head teachers and 1000 yp.
14 Recommendations from the Ofsted report The recommendations to the school sector cover areas:Importance of the role CSS plays in improving school ethos.Embed CS firmly in the school culture and a central part of school life. Staff/ Governors and studentsWell structured and supported programme for both participation and the most able.Expect all their students to take part regularly and meet the demand.Ensure the most talented get access to support and facilities – inspect to skills and fitnessFoster strong club links to get more students doing sport outside of schoolDevelop partnerships to build sporting pathways primary transition and with local clubs.Improve their provision of CSS by learning from othersOffer a wide range but priorities a few to excel atProvide enough time within PE and sport enrichment programme to attain high standardsUse expert coaches to work along side your teachers and hold them accountable for success.How can we use the findings to improve what we do?
15 Recommendations from the Ofsted report The really exciting part of the sport was the link between wider achievement and whole school effectiveness.Look at figure....The report showed that there was a link between schools engaging in competitive school sport and wider achievementA link between the overall effectiveness of the school and the quality of their sporting provision.A link between the % of young people achieving A* to C grades at GCSE and the quality of sporting provision.This is a compelling argument to explain to head teachers and governors.
16 Facilities – Primary Spaces £18m National Lottery fundingDesigned to build on and complement the £150m Sport PremiumProviding support for schools, in greatest need, with poor facilities900 applications submitted, 601 school awards grantedAverage school award £27kOutdoor multi-activity areas for curriculum, out of school andcommunity use5 waves of installation across this academic year (Wave 1 completed)
17 Possible indicators of improvement • The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles • The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement • Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport • Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils • Increased participation in competitive sport
18 Discussion? How are you investing your funding now? How does this link to the vision?What is important to your pupils?What has been the impact so far? And what hard evidence to you have to prove this?How will the investment be sustained?
20 Minimum RequirementsInformation on website: The amount of grant received How it has been spent (or will be spent) What impact the school has seen on pupils’ - Physical Education (physical literacy) - Extra curricular participation - Attainment in other curriculum areasThe funding must be spent on improving the provision of Physical Education and sport for the benefit of pupils so that they develop healthy lifestyles.
21 Suggested Best Practice:- Step 1: audit/ self-review Step 2: prioritise areas to develop ( baseline information/data) and action Step 3: identify the good/outstanding provision Step 4: measure against baseline impactStep 1: audit/ self-review, your existing provision, PE, School Sport, Leadership of PE and its impact on all young people’s attainment in your schoolStep two: prioritise the areas to develop and action.Step three: identify the good or outstanding provision to ensure sustainability in these areas.Step four: ensure you are able to evidence the impact of the strategies and be accountable for the spend.
22 Possible Audit Materials Entrust documentsYouth Sport Trust (YST) self review– insert linksYST Quality MarkafPE (Association for PE) – Quality Mark audit – insert linkscfBT and afPE documentFree Reference and guidance docs:- afpe, SASSOT, Scuk, YST
25 On your tables are these 2 Ofsted documents:- - Inspecting primary school PE and school sport:new funding (Briefing for section 5 inspection)- The PE and sport premium for primary schools -Good practice to maximise effective use of thefundingDuring section 5 inspections inspectors will assess and report on how effectively this new funding is being used to improve PE and sport provision when making the judgement on the quality of the school’s leadership and management.Inspectors will use evidence gained from meetings with school leaders, including governors to assess the impact of additional funding on improving the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision. Inspectors may also use evidence from observations of lessons and/or extra-curricular sports clubs, and discussions with pupils. Inspectors may also review the details of a school’s PE and sport provision on their school website prior to an inspection.
26 Recommendations from Report: Schools should:ensure that their strategic plans for using the new funding include clear, measurable targets for improvementclearly show how school leaders will evaluate the impact that the premium is having on improving PE and sports provisionregularly monitor the work of specialist PE teachers and sports coaches to ensure that their teaching and coaching are consistently good
27 ensure that the professional development of staff is systematically planned and tailored to the individual needs of teachers and classroom assistantsmonitor the impact of professional development to ensure a lasting legacy of consistently good teaching of PEidentify ‘non-participants’ in extra-curricular sport and provide additional activities to encourage their immediate and longer-term participation in sport and physical activity
28 introduce activities specifically aimed at enabling their most able pupils to achieve high standards in PE and sportforge links with a wider range of external sports clubs to achieve sustainable ways of engaging all pupils in physical activity and sportwork closely with parents and carers and local health agencies to promote the health and well-being of all pupils, especially those who are overweight or obese.
30 Entrust/ SASSOT project schools Effective training package example: Staff training on activity area, followed by 2 lessons of demo lessons/ team teaching/ joint planning – followed by staff continuing with teaching lessons with a lesson observation/ feedback and report at the end.Subject co-ordinator development; Subject leader attending specific leading PE CPD course, followed by in school support looking specifically at school issues and supporting with real-life examples of doing action planning, monitoring and evaluation activities.
31 Developing Health of Pupils; Raising the profile of health in the school by improving knowledge of health recommendations for staff/ pupils/ parents. showing what adults do to meet these as role models. Reviewing opportunities for physical activity and PE and purpose, conducting a fit and healthy week, use of health intervention bags, development of change 4 life clubs, targeted support for those who need it.
33 On your tables there are:- Ofsted documentsExample Audit materialsExample case studiesUse the remaining time to have a look at these and network with other schools on your tables about your use of the funding and how you could use these materials and the information given today to move your practice forward
34 Supporting you further… We would love to know how we can support you further around the use of the Primary Sports Funding. Please make any notes of what you now require or what we could do for you and hand it in at the end.Many thanks Caroline, Chris and Sue