Montrose School

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Wigston Lane, Leicester, Leicestershire

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P.E and Sports Premium

 

Evidencing the Impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium

 From 1st September 2013, each primary school will receive £8,000 plus £5 per student to help increase PE expertise in school.  Although the funding is ring-fenced for PE, schools are free to spend it however, providing PE expertise and quality of PE teaching is improved.  This funding should provide a lasting legacy.

Vision for the Primary PE and Sport Premium 

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.

The funding has been provided to ensure impact against the following OBJECTIVE:          

To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools. It is important to emphasise that the focus of spending must lead to long lasting impact against the vision (above) that will live on well beyond the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding.           

It is expected that schools will see an improvement against the following 5 key indicators:

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles.
  2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.
  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.
  4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.
  5. Increased participation in competitive sport.  For 2016/17 Primary PE and Sport Premium Funding must be used to enhance existing provision and that the provision should be sustainable in the long term.

 

Click here to find out about the Impact of PE and Sports Premium 2018-19

 

Impact of PE and Sports Premium 2017-18

 

The total amount of Sports Premium funding received for 2016/17 was £9805 and it has been invested as follows:

Initiative

Which Year group?

Provided by…

Cost

Success Criteria

Monitored by whom

Using Sports Coaches with expertise in teaching all aspects of games to engage more pupils in regular exercise outside of their normal P.E lessons

Year 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6

Key groups of pupils

Football and Fitness ltd

£4762

(school subsidise this from the schools own budget)

Further quality PE delivered to year groups during lunchtime clubs and as After School Clubs.

All coaches regularly update their training qualifications.

A wider range of sports offered to each year group

• Teachers

• SLT

• Governing Body through reporting

• Quality assured by Steve Fenton

To provide children with opportunities to be more active and to coach children to a higher level in a particular sport.

Year 5 + 6

A. Hart

(Football and Fitness Ltd)

£300

Children to compete in league games and football competitions

Children picked for trials for the Leicester City U11 squad

A. Hart

S. Jackson

To provide lunchtime/ after school PE provision and engage children in a wider range of sports.  

Yr 2, 4, 5 and 6

Football and Fitness Ltd. Additional sports offered in 2016/17

Cricket, basketball,

Netball, girls football, rugby,

street dance, dodge ball       £4743

(School also subsidise this from school budget)

Further quality PE delivered to specific groups of children.

Outside groups/clubs promoted by school

 

Children selected to take part in competitions and tournaments

• Teachers

• SLT

• Governing Body through reporting

To ensure links between Primary Schools and Secondary Schools remain tight and schools are offered Secondary expertise

Whole School

SSP

SSP to offer schools opportunities for their students and ours to engage in sport and physical activities including competitions

Outside groups/clubs promoted by school

• SLT

• SSP

REFLECTION: WHAT WE ACHIEVED

  • Children have been offered a wider range of different sports this year.  Netball, cricket, dodge ball, basketball, rugby and street dance have been offered as additional sports for the children to participate in.  Montrose School has taken great care to ensure key groups are given opportunities to excel in a variety of sports so that not one particular group or phase dominates any particular club.
  • Year 5/6 Football league and cup have been entered, for both boys and girls.  Next year Montrose will look at increasing our involvement in competitions as this is an area for development and will engage pupils more in different sports.
  • Children have been taught sports by enthusiastic and skilled practitioners who work to foster a love of sport in children.
  • Children engage in a range of freely provided sporting activities at lunchtime and after school which cater for all ages, skills and gender.
  • An average week sees 25 children taking part daily in sporting activities at lunchtime. Multi Sports has been offered to boys in years 2- 4 boys separate to girls in years 2- 4, as well as separating the Years 5/6 girls and Years 5/6 Boys. This has given the children a greater chance to excel in sport without gender being an issue. Subsequently there has been an increase of at least 5 children per club from last year’s numbers. 
  • Dodge ball and street dance have been a popular additions to the extra-curricular activities that have been offered with numbers being 30 + most weeks.

 

Timetable of provision for Football and Fitness Extra Curricular Activities

 

Lunch time

After school

Monday

Football Training/ cricket (F+F)

Yr 5+6

Field or New Hall

Fun + Fitness Football *

Football (F+F)

Years 1- 6

Field or New Hall

Tuesday

Boys Multi sport (F+F)

Yr 2-4

New Hall

Netball Year (F+F)

Years 4-6

Rugby 4-6

Outside or Old Hall

Wednesday

Girls Multisport (F+F)

Yr2 -4

New Hall

 

Boys Basketball *(F+F)

Girls Basketball *(F+F)

Years 3- 6

New Hall @3.30 -4.30

Thursday

Street Dance (F+F)

Yr 4-6

New Hall

Football Training /cricket (F+F)

Yr 5 + 6

Field or New Hall

 Children engage in after school sport (including competitive sport) in a range of different sports.  In 2016 we have introduced Rugby, Dodgeball and Street Dance to our list of sports clubs already offered and again will look to increase this next year. On reflection some clubs need to be promoted more than others and we are looking at new initiatives to ensure that our new sports clubs are as popular as our regular clubs like football.

Children across school (Y1-6) are taught games by specialist sports coaches. This ensures they have a highs levels of skills and make good progress. Confidence levels and increased knowledge of a wider range of sports is noticeably within school and Montrose is able to direct children to after school provisions due to our close links with our secondary schools.

 

2015/16

From 1st September 2013, each primary school has received £8,000 plus £5 per student to help increase P.E expertise in school.  Although the funding is ring-fenced for P.E, schools are free to spend it providing P.E expertise and quality of P.E teaching is improved.  This funding should provide a lasting legacy as it is only secured for two years.

 

For 2015/16 Primary P.E and Sport Premium Funding must be used to enhance existing provision and that the provision should be sustainable in the long term.  The amount received by Montrose School for 2015/16 is £9785 and has been invested in the following ways:

Initiative

Which Year group?

Provided by…

Success Criteria

Monitored by whom

Using Sports Coaches with expertise in teaching all aspects of games.

Year 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6

Football and Fitness Ltd.

Further quality P.E delivered to all year groups. All coaches regularly update their training qualifications.

A wider range of sports offered to each year group

• Teachers

• SLT

• Governing Body through reporting

• Quality assured by Steve Fenton

‘Chance to Shine’ teachers will work alongside coaches to plan and deliver high quality cricket sessions.

Year 4

 

‘Chance to Shine’ Stephen Franklin School Development coach

Children receive top quality coaching from professionals in this particular field. Children engaged and want to join cricket clubs on offer in and around Aylestone.

• Teachers

• SLT

• Governing Body through reporting

• Quality assured by Stephen Franklin

Cricket coaching offered in the summer term as an after school club.

Mixed 4,5,6

Football and Fitness ltd

School compete against others schools therefore enhanced provision.

• SLT

• Governing Body through reporting

• Quality assured by Steve Fenton

To provide lunchtime/after school P.E provision and engage children in a wider range of sports.  

To provide children with opportunities to be more active.

To coach children to a higher level in a particular sport.

Years 2, 4, 5 and 6

Football and Fitness Ltd.

 

Additional sports offered in 2015/16

Cricket

Basketball

Netball

Girls football

Further quality PE delivered to specific groups of children.

Children selected to take part in competitions and tournaments in

• Teachers

• SLT

• Governing Body through reporting

To ensure links between Primary Schools and Secondary Schools remain close and that schools are offered Secondary expertise.

Whole School

SSP

SSP to offer schools opportunities for their students and ours to engage in sport and physical activities including competitions.

• SLT

• SSP

Impact of Sports Premium 2015/16

  • Children have been offered a wider range of different sports this year. We have offered netball, cricket, dodgeball and basketball all as additional sports for the children to participate in.
  • Year 5/6 Football league and cup entered for both boys and girls.
  • Area Netball Festival and league competitions entered for the first time this year at SJNCC with boys included in the team.
  • Children have been taught sports by enthusiastic and skilled practitioners who work to foster a love of sport in children.
  • Children engage in a range of freely provided sporting activities at lunchtime and after school which cater for all ages, skills and gender.
  • In a typical week, twenty-five children take part in sporting activities at lunchtime on a daily basis. Multi-sports has been offered to Years 2- 4, boys separate to girls as well as separating the boys and girls in Years 5 and 6. This has given the children a greater chance to excel in sport without gender being an issue resulting in an increase of at least 5 children per club from last year’s numbers.

Timetable of provision for Football and Fitness Extra Curricular Activities

 

Lunch time

After school

Monday

Football Training/ cricket (F+F)

Yr 5+6

Field or New Hall

Fun + Fitness Football *

Football (F+F)

Years 1- 6

Field or New Hall

Tuesday

Boys Multi sport (F+F)

Yr 2-4

New Hall

Netball Year (F+F)

Years 4-6

Outside or Old Hall

Wednesday

Girls Multisport (F+F)

Yr2 -4

New Hall

 

Boys Basketball *(F+F)

Girls Basketball *(F+F)

Years 3- 6

New Hall at 3.30 -4.30

Thursday

Street Dance (F+F)

Yr 4-6

New Hall

 

Football Training /cricket (F+F)

Yr 5 + 6

Field or New Hall

Friday

Mixed Multisport (F+F)

Yr 5 + 6

New Hall

Dodge Ball *(F+F)

New Hall

Children engage in after school sport (including competitive sport) in a range of different sports. In 2015/16 we have introduced netball, cricket and girls football to our list of sports clubs already offered and again will look to increase this next year.

Children across school (Y1-6) are taught games by specialist sports coaches. This ensures they have a highs levels of skills and make good progress.

 

 

P.E and Sports Premium

2014/15

 

From 1st September 2013, each primary school will receive £8,000 plus £5 per student to help increase P.E expertise in school.  Although the funding is ring-fenced for P.E, schools are free to spend it however, providing P.E expertise and quality of P.E teaching is improved.  This funding should provide a lasting legacy as it is only secured for two years.

The estimated total amount of finance received by Montrose School would therefore be £9235 per year and we intend to invest the money in the following way:

Initiative

Which Year group?

Provided by…

Success Criteria

Monitored by whom

Using Sports Coaches with expertise in teaching all aspects of games

Year 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6

Football and Fitness ltd

Further quality P.E delivered to all year groups. All coaches regularly update their training qualifications

• Teachers

• SLT

• Governing Body through reporting

‘Chance to Shine’ Teachers will work alongside these coaches to plan and deliver high quality cricket sessions

Year 4

‘Chance to Shine’ Stephen Franklin School Development coach

Children receive top quality coaching from professionals in this particular field. Children engaged and want to join cricket clubs on offer in and around Aylestone

Teachers

SLT

Governing Body through reporting

Quality assured by Stephen Franklin

Hockey Sessions Teachers will work alongside these coaches to plan and deliver high quality hockey sessions

Year 3

‘Playing For Health’ Leicester Hockey Club

Children receive top quality coaching from professionals in this particular field. Children engaged and want to join hockey clubs on offer in and around Aylestone

• Teachers

• SLT

• Governing Body through reporting

To provide lunchtime/ after school PE provision and engage children in a wider range of sports.   To provide children with opportunities to be more active and to coach children to a higher level in a particular sport.

Yr 2, 4, 5 and 6

Football and Fitness Ltd.

Further quality PE delivered to specific groups of children.

Children selected to take part in competitions and tournaments

Teachers

SLT

Governing Body through reporting

To ensure links between Primary Schools and Secondary Schools remain tight and schools are offered Secondary expertise

Whole School

SSP

SSP to offer schools opportunities for their students and ours to engage in sport and physical activites including competitions

SLT

SSP

 

Impact of Sports Premium 2013/14

 

  • Children have had a wide experience of a range of different sports.

  • Children have been taught sports by enthusiastic and skilled practitioners who work to foster a love of sport in children.

  • Children engage in a range of freely provided sporting activities at lunchtime which cater for all ages, skills and gender.

  • An average week sees 20 children taking part daily in sporting activities at lunchtime. We were able to offer Multi Sports to Year 2- 4 Boys separate to Year 2- 4 girls, as well as separating the Years 5/6 girls and Years 5/6 Boys. This gave the children a greater chance to excel in sport without gender being an issue.

  • Children engage in after school sport (including competitive sport) in a range of different sports.

  • Children across school (Y1-6) are taught games by specialist sports coaches. This ensures they have a highs levels of skills and make good progress.

 

Fitness testing of children in KS2 during the year has shown that the high levels of activity that the children are able to participate in have led them to develop higher levels of fitness.  During 2013 – 2014 all children took part a bleep fitness test at the start of the year and again at the end of the year.  This was to show the impact of using our sports premium money on engaging more children in a top quality P.E curriculum.  See the results for Class 5W below:

Class 5W Results

Total number of tests completed and recorded: 2

 

 

TEST 1 – Taken at the beginning of the year

 

Number of children: 30

 

Highest score level: 15

 

lowest score level: 3

 

Average score Level: 9.6

 

TEST 2 – Taken at the end of the year

 

Number of children: 30

 

Highest score level: 16

 

lowest score level: 7

 

Average score Level: 10.9

 

Number of children who improved their score = 23

 

The accuracy of results would be improved further with children recording their own levels, each level has mini levels within it so a level 7 may actually be level 7.6 which is closer to 8.   Click here to find out more.