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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 £2500
BADMINTON CLUB £1509
OUTDOOR LUNCHTIME CLUB £1162
ADDITIONAL CLUBS - DANCE/CHEERLEADING £900
SUFC HEALTH PROGRAMME £900
RELEASE FOR STAFF £1500
CPD £500
YOGU TUITION £2280
SHEFFIELD COMPETITION ENTRY £65
SPORTING EXPERIENCES £750
GETSET4PE £493
TRANSPORT TO FESTIVALS, COMPETITIONS AND TOURNAMENTS £1500
WATER BOTTLES £100
FILLINGHAM FITNESS FUNDAY £500
STICKERS £100
EQUIPMENT £500
TOTAL (includes £559 extra spending) £21,679

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:  July 2020

 

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)

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)

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

0%  (based on Y4 lessons)

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

INTENT:

SCHOOL FOCUS

IMPLEMENTATION:

ACTIONS TO ACHIEVE

IMPLEMENTATION:

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 by reducing the number of unhealthy packed lunches and giving all pupils more access to learning outdoors. 

 

Encouraging all pupils to take part in a physical extra-curricular activity so that we reach a target of 90% attendance.

 

Increasing the number of pupils who can run the mile-a-day.

 

Continue with 1 mile a day walk for all pupils

Introduce new outdoor learning area

Develop FS Forest Schools by introducing a pond

Extend and resource Y1 outdoor provision

Participate in Forge SSP festivals/tournaments

Book SUFC Health Programme for Y5 summer term

Train and deploy new Change4Life Champions to lead daily lunchtime activities

Deploy TAs for two daily lunch time clubs

Encourage use of outdoor gym

Percentage of total allocation:

£6253 = 29%

 

Outdoor learning £2250*

Forge £250*
Forge Clubs £585*
Additional Clubs £450*
HG Contribution £833*

Lunch clubs £1335*
SUFC School Health Programme £450*
Water Bottles £100

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

Regular meetings betweenC4L Champions and Community Action Theme Team representative.

Shelter/canopy for Y1 outdoor area to allow access in all weather conditions.

Re-establish after-school clubs in autumn term.

Initial investments made for infrastructure so sustainable going forward. 

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

Development of pupils’ love of sport, physical activity and outdoor learning.

Improvement in children’s overall fitness

Complete and share PESSPA audit with SLT 

Cotinue with 1 mile a day walk for all pupils

Encourage use of outdoor gym

Maintain Sainsbury Sports Noticeboard 

Continue to promote Move More Challenge for KS2

Use Twitter to celebrate sporting achievements

Percentage of total allocation:

£1433 = 6%

 

Forge £250*
HG Contribution £833*
Stickers £100
Equipment £250*

 

 

AL to keep noticeboard updated

Pupil Voice re love of sports and physical activity

Stickers to encourage participation

Theme Team to focus on improving physical activity across the curriulum

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

All teaching of PE is good or better which will impact upon pupils' enjoyment and engagement in sports. 

Audit of staff confidence in different aspects of PE

CPD programme based on audit

Use of specialist tutors in lessons alongside teachers, including SUFC

Introduction of new scheme of work - Getset4PE

 

Percentage of total allocation:

£2193 = 10%

 

CPD £500*
Release £750*
SUFC School Health Programme £450*

GetSet4PE £493

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

Monitoring of lessons by the Community Action Team.

Sustainable through Community Action Theme Team’s budget in terms of scheme of work.

Theme Team ‘specialists’ to deliver future CPD at no additional cost.

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

Creation of further opportunities for all pupils to experience different sports/activities through PE lessons, enrichment activities and extra-curricular clubs.

Select a more varied range of after-school clubs from SSP

Encourage own staff to run a wider range of clubs

Continue to employ Dazzle Dance for cheerleading and streetdance clubs

Source sporting experiences and book athletes for summer term to coincide with Olympics

Offer weekly Yoga in PE and taster sessions from Kids Love Yoga  

Source additional range of activities for Fitness Funday

Percentage of total allocation:

£8400 = 39%

 

Outdoor learning £2250*

Forge Clubs £585*
Additional Clubs £450*
Yoga £2280

Lunch Clubs £1335*
Sporitng Experiences £750
Fitness Funday £500
Equipment £250*

Continue to source new clubs.

Pupil Voice re sports clubs.

Continue with Forge Enhanced membership for 2020-21.

Theme Team’s ‘specialists’ and staff to run clubs with time in lieu given; third of the cost of buying in external experts.

Increased participation in competitive sport

Increase in the number of opportunities for pupils to compete against each other and against pupils in other schools

Ensure mid-term planning matches with upcoming events

Run intra and virtual competitions within year groups every half term with the final PE lesson being dedicated to this

Ensure staff participate in all of the festivals and tournaments arranged by SSP

Percentage of total allocation:

£3398 = 15%

 

Coaches £1500
Sheffield Sports Entry £65

Forge £250*

HG Contribution £833*

Release £750*

 

 

 

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

Increase in virtual competitions means no future costs for release or coaches, making competitive sports more sustainable.

 

 

INDICATOR ACTUAL IMPACT ON PUPILS' OUTCOMES 2019-2020
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 64%, compared to 41% for the same time last year.  There have been five sports’ clubs this half term offering up to 100 places; 50% of pupils in Y1-Y6 have so far attended an extracurricular sports club.  Y4 pupils have taken part in Yoga 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, up to 10 C4L Champions have led physical activities in both playgrounds.  

Aut 2 - 65% of pupils are now able to run the mile-a-day.  There have been five further sports’ clubs offering 100 places; 48% of pupils in Y1-Y6 have attended an extracurricular sports club.  C4L Champions have been assigned named MDSAs to report to during lunchtimes to give them support as needed.

The school has applied for a Healthy School Rating and has just completed questionnaires with staff, pupils, parents and carers.

Spr 1 - 78% of pupils can now run the mile-a-day.  This half term has seen four sports’ clubs, offering 70 places, with 62% of pupils in Y1-Y6 now having attended a sports club. 

Spr 2 - 78% of pupils are able to run the mile-a-day; this figure remains unchanged due to school closures. There have been four sports’ clubs, offering over 80 places; 65% of pupils in Y1-Y6 (60% across the whole school) have now attended a sports club. 

Summer term - no change to mile data due to school closures; pupils in bubbles were given additional access to outdoors and active learning and their own set of sports’ equipment; the new outdoor learning area continued to be developed, including facilities for the children to change and the creation of a pond.  Twitter used regularly during closures to signpost parents and carers to active learning.

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

Aut 1  - sport and PE remains high profile as a result of the daily mile and by celebrating our athletes’ achievements during assemblies.

Aut 2 - the Active Theme Team launched Move More’s Mile-A-Day Destinations, in which pupils track their class around the world each time they walk. Governors worked alongside SLT to audit the school’s provision of PESSPA and devise an action plan to improve this. 

Spr 1 - various sporting achievements by pupils have been celebrated both on Twitter and on the weekly newsletter.  Work on the new outdoor learning area began.

Spr 2 - Y6 pupils accessed a range of Forest Schools’ and outdoor learning activities in the new area.   

Summer term -  the school received a Silver rating as a result of completing the Active Lives survey in the autumn term. Additional time for PE and outdoor learning was timetabled for all bubbles, with designated areas on the school’s extensive field. Pupils, including those at home, took part in the Sheffield Virtual School Games week and the South Yorkshire Virtual Schools’ Sports’ Day in July.  Activities were celebrated through Twitter.  The weekly newsletter regularly signposted parents/carers to active activities, such as the Sheffield Healthy Holidays - Active 30 Day Challenge.

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

Aut 1 - the Community Action Theme Team have been trialing a new scheme of work for PE in order to improve pupils’ engagement in the subject.  Y4 teachers have worked alongside the Yoga tutor throughout this half term, which has raised their awareness of yoga techniques and positions. 

Aut 2 - new scheme of work purchased for roll-out in spring term. Key skills and vocabulary identified for each year group in line with the school’s other foundation subjects. 

Spr 1 - Y4 teachers worked alongside the new Yoga teacher weekly with a focus on mindfulness and the introduction of a ‘Wall of Appreciation’. Y3 teachers had coaching from a Sheffield Eagles’ rugby player. Staff audit completed by all teachers to ascertain confidence in the units contained within the new scheme of work.  CPD during the February INSET day was dedicated to this new scheme with teachers focusing on key skills, enquiry questions, vocabulary and assessment.

Spr 2 - Y3 teachers worked alongside the Yoga teacher weekly which helped raise their own confidence in delivering these sessions independently.

Summer term - various teachers took part in self-directed online PE CPD during school closures and familiarised themselves with the new units from the GetSet4PE scheme of work.

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

Aut 1 - Forge Partnership ran a weekly Basketball Club and Multi-skills club; staff ran a Badminton Club and Ball Games Club.  Dazzle Dance ran a Cheerleading Club.

Aut 2 - Forge ran a weekly Dodgeball Club and Tag Rugby Club; staff ran another Badminton and Ball Games Club.  Dazzle Dance continued with Cheerleading. Y4 took part in some taster sessions from Sheffield American Football Club.

Spr 1 - Forge ran a weekly Y2 Multi-skills Club and Y3/4 Hockey Club; staff ran a Gymnastic Club and Dazzle Dance ran a Y5/6 Cheerleading Club. Y4 pupils took part in weekly Yoga lessons run by Kids Love Yoga.  Y3 pupils had the opportunity to work with a player from Sheffield Eagles each week. FS and KS1 received free taster sessions from Kids Love Yoga to advertise the launch of a new after-school club in spring 2.

Spr 2 - Forge ran a weekly Multi-skills club for both Reception and Y1 pupils.  Dazzle Dance ran a Streetdance Club for KS2. Kids Love Yoga continued to run weekly sessions in PE, this half term, for Y3 pupils.  An after-school Yoga Club was also started for pupils in Reception and KS1 which proved to be very popular.

During lunchtimes, a TA ran a daily Badminton Club covering the majority of year groups.  Y4 pupils took part in Yoga lessons during PE.

Summer term - during school closures, the school retweeted daily GetSet4PE activities and each week, sent out a PE activity for the children to complete as part of their home learning. Pupils took part in the Sheffield Virtual School Games week and the South Yorkshire Virtual Schools’ Sports’ Day in July.   

Increased participation in competitive sport

Aut 1 - Y1 attended a Multi-skills Festival with local schools and Y5/6 pupils attended an Athletics Competition, in which they came third. This meant that they qualified for the final next month.  All pupils in KS1 took part in their Virtual Competitions against local primary schools. 

Aut 2 - Y2 attended a Multi-skills Festival with local schools;  the Y3 festival was postponed until March 20.  Pupils in KS2 took part in their Virtual Competitions against local primary schools.

Spr 1 - Y5/6 pupils entered the annual Key Steps Gymnastics Competition and Y4 pupils attended an after-school Hotshots Competition.  The Y5 Handball Festival was unfortunately postponed due to unforeseen circumstances.

Spr 2 - all festivals and tournaments arranged for March were postponed/cancelled as a result of the recent pandemic. 

Summer term - staff and pupils in bubbles in school all took part in Sheffield Virtual School Games week; children at home also tweeted photographs of their activities. FS/KS1 came 18th out of 68 schools; Y3/4 came 24th out of 61; Y5/6 came 10th out of 59 and staff came 10th out of 55.  In July, all pupils in school took part in the South Yorkshire Virtual Schools’ Sports Day.

 

* denotes that funding has been split across key indicators 

Date of next review: October 2020

SUSTAINABILITY

 

  • Allocation and impact of the Sports Premium is monitored closely by Governors in the Curriculum 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 continues to ensure they work towards the School Sports Gold Mark each year.
  • Each key indicator above includes information regarding sustainability measures. 
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