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Sports Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

MONEY ALLOCATED 2019-2020 = £21,120

 

OUTDOOR LEARNING (FOREST SCHOOLS, ETC) £4500
FORGE SSP MEMBERSHIP £750
ADDITIONAL AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS FOR A WHOLE YEAR

£1170

HANDSWORTH GRANGE SCHOOL SPORTS CO-ORDINATOR CONTRIBUTION £2,500
BADMINTON CLUB £1509
OUTDOOR LUNCHTIME CLUB £1162
ADDITIONAL CLUBS - DANCE/CHEERLEADING £900
SUFC HEALTH PROGRAMME £900
ACTIVE MATHS £500
ZUMBA CLASSES £2280
RELEASE FOR STAFF £1500
CPD £500
YOGU TUITION £2280
SHEFFIELD COMPETITION ENTRY £65
SPORTING EXPERIENCES £750
TRANSPORT TO FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS AND TOURNAMENTS £1200
FILLINGHAM FITNESS FUNDAY £500
STICKERS £100
EQUIPMENT £500

Vision: 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.

Objective: To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools. 

 

Key Indicators:

  • 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

 

Academic Year: 2019-2020

Total Fund Allocated: £21,120

Last Updated:

 

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?

48% (based on figures from Y4 lessons and parental questionnaire)

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?

48% (based on Y4 lessons and Y6 parental questionnaire)

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?

0%  (based on parental questionnaire)

Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?

No

 

SPORTS PREMIUM STRATEGY DOCUMENT 2019-2020

 

PRIMARY PE & SPORT PREMIUM KEY OUTCOME INDICATOR

SCHOOL FOCUS/ PLANNED IMPACT ON PUPILS

ACTIONS TO ACHIEVE

FUNDING

SUSTAINABILITY

NEXT STEPS

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity - kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

Improvement in children’s overall fitness and health

Reduction in unhealthy packed lunches

90% of pupils will attend an extracurricular club

 

1 mile a day walk for all pupils

Outdoor learning inc Forest Schools

Forge SSP subscription

SUFC Health Programme

Change4Life Champions leading lunchtime activities

TAs leading lunch time clubs

Use of outdoor gym

Weekly Yoga

Health fruit tuck shop

Forest Schools £4500*

Forge £750*
Forge Clubs £1170*
Additional Clubs £900*
HG Contribution £2500*

Lunch clubs £2671*
Zumba £2280*
SUFC School Health Programme £900*
Water Bottles £100

Regular monitoring of 1 mile walk and number of pupils attending an extra-curricular club

Monitoring of C4L Champions by Community Action Theme Team

 

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

Pupils will develop a love of sport

Improvement in children’s overall fitness

1 mile a day walk
Use of outdoor gym
Sainsbury Sports Noticeboard
KS2 Move More Challenge

Twitter

Forge £750*
HG Contribution £2500*
Stickers £100
Equipment £500*

 

 

AL to keep noticeboard updated

Pupil Voice

Stickers to encourage participation

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

All teaching of PE is good or better

Greater enjoyment and engagement in sports

Audit of staff confidence in different aspects of PE
Subject specific CPD
Use of Sports Coach in lessons alongside teachers
Team Teaching
Monitoring of lessons

CPD £500*
Release £1500
SUFC School Health Programme £900*

 

 

Competency survey for staff at end of year to assess impact of CPD

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

Pupils will have more opportunities to experience different sports/activities through PE lessons and extra-curricular clubs

More varied range of after-school clubs from SSP
Encourage own staff to run clubs

Dazzle Dance Club

Sporting experiences
CPD for staff
Weekly Yoga
Move More Challenge

Forest Schools £4500*

Forge Clubs £1170*
Additional Clubs £2500*
Yoga £2280*
Experiences £750
SUFC School Health Programme £900*
Fitness Funday £500
Equipment £500*

Continue to source new clubs 

Pupil Voice re sports clubs

Increased participation in competitive sport

More pupils have opportunities to compete against each other and other schools

Mid-term planning to match up with upcoming events
Intra-competitions within year groups every half term
Virtual Competitions
Inter-competitions and tournaments with SSP
School sports’ teams
Final half-termly PE lesson as intra-competition

Coaches £1500
Sheffield Sports Entry £65

 

 

Ensure we are signed up for a range of different festivals, tournaments and competitions across the different key stages

 

 

INDICATOR ACTUAL IMPACT ON PUPILS' OUTCOMES 2018-2019
The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity - kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

Aut 1 - all pupils continue to take part in the mile-a-day; the baseline for running the mile this half term was 41% compared to 16% for the same time last year.  There have been nine sports’ clubs this half term offering over 150 places; 45% of pupils in Y1-Y6 have so far attended an extracurricular club.  Y3 pupils have taken part in Zumba each week as part of their PE curriculum.   A further 20 C4L were trained by the Forge Partnership in September, which has meant that each lunchtime, between 3-7 C4L Champions have led physical activities in both playgrounds. Their profile has been raised by providing them with their own equipment, lanyards and tabards.   The new packed lunch policy came into force in September, which has kick-started healthy lifestyles by only allowing water or milk to drink and cutting out all confectionery and chocolate bars.  Pupils are also now given stickers for bringing in healthy packed lunches.  All pupils were provided with a free ‘Captain Hydrate’ water bottle to encourage them to drink more water throughout the day.

Aut 2 - 55% of pupils can now run the mile which is an increase of 14%

There have been a further eight sports’ clubs this half term, offering 150 places; 64% of pupils in Y1-6 have attended an extracurricular club during autumn term.

Spr 1 - there have been seven sports’ clubs this half term, offering 130 places; 66% of pupils have now attended an extracurricular club this academic year (73% excluding Reception). 59% of pupils are running the daily mile, which is an increase of 4%.

Spr 2 - there have been 5 sports’ clubs, offering 100 places; 71% of all pupils in Y1-Y6 have attended an extracurricular club (76% excluding Reception).  63% of pupils can run the daily mile which is an increase of 4% since last half term.

Sum 1 - there have been 6 sports’ club, offering 120 places; 76% of all pupils in Y1-Y6 have attended an extracurricular club (81% excluding Reception). 69% of pupils can run the daily mile which represents a 6% increase since last half term.

Sum 2 - there have been 6 sports’ clubs, offering 120 places; 89% of all pupils in Y1-Y6 have attended an extracurricular club (84% excluding Reception). 75% of pupils can run the daily mile which is a 34% increase since the beginning of the year. 

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

Aut 1  - the increase to two sports coaches this year together with the sessions run by the Sheffield Sharks has helped raise the profile of PE and sport in school.  

Aut 2 - Brian Deane, ex-Sheffield United footballer opened Buster, our new double decker bus library.  Brian, together with club mascot Captain Blade, then joined the whole school assembly.

Spr 1 - European Pole Vault Champion, Adam Hague, led a whole school assembly to talk about his achievements and show his medals to the children.  

Spr 2 - SUFC led an assembly to launch the penalty shoot-out sponsor event in the summer term. 

Sum 1 - pupils took part in the SUFC sponsored penalty shoot-out and a member of Sheffield Eagles worked with Y3 pupils each week. Pupils were awarded SUFC certificates in the whole school assembly for their participation in different sporting festivals and competitions.

Sum 2 - SUFC led an assembly to present awards for the fundraising event. Pupils took part in Move More during June.

Twitter continues to be used regularly to tweet pupils taking part in various activities

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Aut 1 - two sports coaches have worked alongside 4 members of staff in Y2/5 this half term, focusing on team games and basketball respectively.  Sheffield Sharks have also worked with Y6 teachers each week. 

Aut 2  - the sports coaches have coached two teachers in Y6 in tag rugby skills and two in Y5 in basketball. A Yoga teacher has led sessions with Y2 classes which has helped improve teachers’ own understanding and confidence with this specialised  discipline.

Spr 1 - this half term, one teacher in Y6 has had support with tag rugby, and two teachers in Y1, including an NQT, have had support with ball skills and playing team games.  The Yoga teacher has led sessions in Y5.

Spr 2 - three teachers in Y3 and one in Y4 have been supported by the sports coaches for football and basketball respectively. The Yoga teacher has led sessions in Y1.

Sum 1 - the sports’ coaches worked with one Y1 teacher and two Y5 teachers, focusing on ball skills and team games respectively. Sheffield Eagles worked alongside three Y3 teachers and pupils each week, coaching them in rugby skills.

Sum 2 - the sports’ coaches worked with two Y2 teachers and two Y4 teachers, focusing on football and athletics respectively.

This curriculum support has improved teachers’ confidence and ability to deliver well-planned lessons with a focus on the progression of skills, differentiation and middaries to identify techniques.

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

Aut 1 - SUFC ran a weekly football club for Y3 and the Forge Partnership ran a weekly Y5 Basketball Club and Y1 Dance Club.  Staff ran a Y5 Dodgeball Club, Y4 Badminton Club, Y2 Sporting Games and Y1 Yoga Club. Y3 pupils had the opportunity to do Zumba each week as part of their PE lessons. Y1 pupils took part in an afternoon of cheerleading, run by students from one of the Universities. 

Aut 2 - SUFC ran a weekly Football Club for KS1 and Forge ran a Y3/4 Netball and Y5/6 Tag Rugby Club. Staff ran clubs in Yoga, dodgeball and sporting games. Y2 pupils took part in weekly Yoga as part of their PE sessions and Y3 continued with Zumba lessons. 

Throughout the autumn term, Y5/6 pupils were offered a Streetdance Club by an outside provider and KS2 were offered a heavily subsidised Karate Club, run by Dragons.

Spr 1 - the Dragons’ Karate Club has continued for KS2 and Dazzle Dance ran a Streetdance Club for pupils in Y2/3/4. SUFC ran a Football Club for Y5/6; Forge ran Y2 Multi-skills and Y3/4 Hockey clubs staff ran weekly clubs in Handball and Gymnastics. Y5 took part in weekly Yoga sessions. 

Spr 2 - both Karate and Dazzle Dance have continued for the same year groups.  SUFC ran a weekly Football Club for KS2 and Forge ran a Dance Club for Reception and Multi-Skills for Y1 pupils.  Y1 took part in weekly Yoga lessons. 

Sum 1  - Sheffield Eagles worked with Y3 pupils each week as part of their PE lessons; Dazzle Dance ran a Cheerleading Club for Y5/6 and SUFC continued with their KS2 Football Club.  Forge ran a weekly Tennis Club for KS2 and a Y2/3 Multi-Sports Club. Staff ran weekly clubs for cricket and athletics.

Sum 2 - Dazzle Dance ran a Cheerleading Club for Y2/3/4 and SUFC ran a KS2 Football Club. Forge ran a weekly Rounders Club for KS2 and a Multi-skills Club for Reception.  Staff ran weekly clubs for athletics and badminton. Y3 took part in weekly Yoga. Some Y5 pupils attended an event run by the British Cycling Association.

Increased participation in competitive sport

Aut 1 - Y5/6 girls attended a football competition, Y5/6 pupils took part in the Sportshall Athletics at the EIS and a group of Y4 pupils attended a badminton festival with the family of schools at the local high school.

Aut 2 - Y2 pupils attended a Multi-Skills Festival at the local high school and an Athletics Competition at the EIS; Y3/4 attended a Football festival with SUFC and a Dodgeball Competition against local schools.

Virtual competitions have been carried out across KS1 and KS2 throughout the autumn term, both within PE lessons and during lunchtime, giving more pupils the opportunity to take part in competitive sports.

Spr 1 - Y5/6 girls competed in a Key Steps Gymnastics Competition; our Y5 football team played against Rainbow Forge, winning 5:3, as part of the EFL Kids Club;  KS2 SEND pupils attended a Futsal Competition, in which they came third. 

Spr 2 - Six Y1 pupils attended a competition hosted by SUFC; a group of Y3/4 pupils took part in the SY School Games Active School Zone.  Y5/6 pupils took part in a Handball Competition at the local high school. 

Sum 1 - the following competitions took place this half term - Y3/4 Handball, KS2 Tri-Golf,Y4/5 Orienteering. Pupils in the orienteering qualified for the final where the mixed team came first.  Some KS2 girls also took part in a football festival organised by SUFC and Y3/4 boys attended a football festival.

Sum 2 - KS2 pupils took part in a Sheffield Sharks’ Basketball Festival and Y6 attended a Cricket Festival at the local high school. Fillingham Fitness Funday unfortunately had to be cancelled due to poor weather. 

 

* costs duplicated across more than one outcome indicator 

The full document showing updates each half term can be found  in the link at the bottom of the page. 

Date of next review: End of October 2019 

SUSTAINABILITY

 

  • Allocation and impact of the Sports Premium is monitored closely by Governors in the Achievement and Standards Committee each term to ensure that the improvements are sustainable.
  • Staff are regularly audited with regards to their teaching skills in PE and CPD is then organised to ensure that there is a good quality of provision.
  • Pupils are interviewed regularly for their views on sport, both in the curriculum and outside of school.
  • The school has just been awarded the School Sports Gold Mark and will be working towards maintaining this at the end of this academic year.
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