Sports Premium Grant
The Government has committed to giving all schools an annual sum of money to allow them to develop sports provision and help increase pupil participation in sporting activity. The national vision is for “All pupils leaving primary school [to be] 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.”
At Christ Church we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children. Our funding enables us to continue to extend our provision for all our pupils and develop confidence and competence in staff.
The money currently equates to £8000 per school per year plus an additional £5 per child in Year 1 to Year 6. In the academic year 2016/17, we will receive £9,200.
The sports premium funding we receive will support us to continue in our drive to achieve our vision in PE and Sport.
The funding is used to:
- Focus on high quality physical education for all children by ensuring bespoke curriculum support in all aspects of Physical Education for our teachers,
- Deliver a broad variety of enrichment opportunities before school, at lunchtime and after school to engage all children in sport and physical activity.
- Offer all our children competitive opportunities both within and beyond school in a wide range of sports.
- Focus on the importance of developing a healthy, active lifestyle.
- Provide targeted physical intervention groups to support learning.
- Develop sport leadership in our children.
- Foster enjoyment, a sense of fulfilment and desire to participate in a variety of physical activities.
To support our wider vision and plans for PE and sport, we plan to spend the grant in the ways identified below.
Christ Church's sports premium grant (SPG)
The sports premium grant we receive assists towards the costs of providing the following provisions:
|Objective||Outcome / Impact||
|To engage all pupils in regular physical activity - kick-starting healthy active lifestyles.||
Pupils have 2 PE sessions per week to ensure regular physical activity is taking place.
Extra curricular sports clubs are available for pupils to attend; cricket, football, netball.
Dance / cheerleading clubs are offered to encourage active lifestyles.
Outdoor area in Early Years promotes physical activity and improves children's gross and fine motor skills.
Opportunity for Reception children to par-take in Balance Ability and juniors in Bike Ability during school.
Encourage children to walk to school.
Gardening club for pupils.
Provide swimming sessions from Year 2 to ensure pupils leave school as confident swimmers.
|The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.||
All staff have PE and sport high on their agenda and are kept up to date with up coming events and opportunities for pupils.
Staff recommend pupils from their classes to attend PE and sports opportunities.
Active Maths is delivered throughout school to raise attainment and attitudes towards maths for whole school improvement.
Training for Active Literacy to be undertaken and delivered in school.
Attendance at Gruffalo adventure walks that incorporate literacy, maths and science.
Timetabled PE an sports CPD for all staff.
A selection of Year 6 pupils trained as sports leaders for school.
|To increase confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.||
The quality of teaching across school is improved through employing a PE sports specialist to deliver sports alongside teachers in order for all pupils to make regular and sustained progress.
High quality PE teaching sustained throughout all key stages.
Staff are confident and competent to deliver high quality PE.
All children feel confident to participate in PE.
Staff are confident to assess pupil progress and skills of staff are increased through CPD.
The majority of pupils make good or outstanding progress in PE.
|To provide a broader range of sports and activities to all pupils.||
Pupils have access to a greater variety of sports and activities. eg Dodgeball, Footgolf etc.
Pupils have more opportunity to create a love for sports / activities and understand the importance of healthy lifestyles.
Sports leaders from Key Stage 2 encourage pupils aound school to be active and learn new games / sports.
|To increase participation in extra curricular and competitive sports.||
The range of extra curricular opportunities is increased responding to pupils wants and needs.
Engagement and enjoyment at lunch times increases.
PE activity and school sport have a high profile and are celebrated across the life of the school.
School enters pupils in to competitions, allowing them to gain new experiences and equipping them with skills for life
Impact of Sport Premium Spending
We evaluate the impact of the Sports Premium funding as part of our normal self-evaluation and provision mapping arrangements. We look at how well we use our Sport Premium to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sporting provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.
Measuring the impact of the activities provided with sports premium funding can be achieved in different ways. We look at progress in PE as well as other areas of development such as self-esteem, confidence and the numbers of pupils involved in sporting activities in and out of school. Currently 80% of our pupils attend extra curricular sporting sessions. Assessments are made both formally and informally using our school assessment systems as well as feedback from staff and visitors to the school. From our latest assessment we have 96% of our pupils who are at or above the expected level for PE. 87.5 % of our children are on track to meet the early learning goal for Physical Development. This is an increase of 5.4% from 2015/2016. Physical activity has been used as a tool for whole school improvement, in particular in maths. We have invested in the Maths of The Day resources and deliver Active Maths to target groups throughout school, this has seen increases in test results by as much as 60%, also confidence in maths skills has improved. We also evaluate the impact of professional development opportunities in improving teaching and learning in PE. The impact of sports premium spending is closely monitored by the Headteacher, the Physical team in school and also a member of the governing body.
Please click below to see the impact analysis of the spending over the past 3 years:
Please see below the range of sports we have on offer at Christ Church:
- Tag Rugby
- Fitness circuits
- Cross country
- Leadership activities (refereeing, time keeping, umpiring, scoring)