Primary PE & Sport Premium: Annual Impact Statement 2015 - 2016

Primary PE & Sports Premium

School Strategic Lead:

Steve Poxon

Governor Strategic Lead:

Terry Cook

Date:

Autumn 2016

 

Primary PE & Sports Premium 2015 - 2016

Total Number of pupils

54

40 Boys

14 Girls

Total £8,270

 

Primary PE & Sports Premium Grant 2015 - 2016 Objectives

1

To improve knowledge, skills and confidence of non-specialist PE teachers in the delivery of high quality PE lessons  

2

 

To broaden the range of PE activities available to pupils 

3

 

To increase participation in competition 

4

To enhance the PE curriculum with outdoor and adventurous activity, including a residential experience for year 6 pupils  

5

To improve outdoor play facilities to enable more physical activities to take part at playtime and lunchtime  

 

Summary of Impact

  1. To improve knowledge, skills and confidence of non-specialist PE    teachers in the delivery of high quality PE lessons 

 

  1. To broaden the range of PE activities available to pupils 

Chorley Sports Partnership 

At Astley Park School we decided to spend a large proportion of the money on membership of Chorley School Sport Partnership (Chorley SSP: £3000) This provided a range of Specialist Sports Coaches, professional development for staff and access to inter school competitions for pupils. 

Sports Coaching:  

Specialist Sports Coaches were used to lead some of our PE lessons providing professional development for our teachers and high quality lessons for the children. Coaches delivered a weekly lesson to a class in selected year groups. In these lessons coaches worked alongside the class teacher and other adults to facilitate a sharing of expertise and building confidence in non-specialist staff.  

What was the impact?  

  • Increased skills and building confidence in non-specialist staff 
  • Pupils experienced a wider range of sports as part of their PE curriculum 
  • Increased pupil enjoyment and engagement within PE lessons 
  • Feedback from pupils was equally positive, highlighting the enjoyment of learning new skills and tactics across a broad range of sporting activities.  
  1. To increase participation in competition 

Transport for Inter school competition:  

Money was used (£1070 coach hire and minibus costs) to subsidise transport to inter school sports events meaning that pupils were able to experience taking part in competition. 

What was the impact?  

  • Participation in events was high, each event was fully subscribed.  
  • A range of competitive events were chosen to enable pupils with a wide range of abilities to experience competition, many for the first time 
  • Pupil self-esteem has been improved and this is evidenced by an increased interest in competitive events 
  • Pupil feedback was very positive, initial anxiety was quickly overcome and pupils reported enjoying events and meeting pupils from other schools. 
  1. To enhance the PE curriculum with outdoor and adventurous activity, including a residential experience for year 6 pupils  

To improve outdoor play facilities to enable more physical activities to take part at playtime and lunchtime  

Outdoor Play Equipment:  

In the spring term £1500 of the sports funding was used to contribute to the new play equipment. This equipment was much needed to encourage physical activity during playtimes and lunchtimes. This figure represents the cost of groundwork, delivery and installation, the equipment itself was provided free of charge by Chorley Borough Council. 

What was the impact?  

  • Pupils are proud of the new equipment; they treat it with care and play positively on it.  
  • Behaviour at lunchtime and playtimes has improved as a significant number of pupils access the equipment during this time.  

All pupils use the equipment at some point during the week and this is helping them to be more active during the playtime and lunchtime. 

Outdoor and adventurous activity:  

£2700 (Anderton Centre) was used to subsidise a year 6 residential experience meaning that all year six pupils were able to access the residential at a reduced cost. 

What was the impact?  

  • All pupils in year 6 were offered a place on the residential at a reduced cost 
  • The residential experience was accessible to families that experience financial difficulty 
  • Year 6 pupils experienced outdoor and adventurous activities, many for the first time 
  • Pupils developed important independence and self-help skills, for many pupils this was their first night away from home 
  • Pupil self-esteem has been improved and this is evidenced by positive reports from pupils on activities undertaken and achievements made 
  • Group working skills were developed and pupils have become more mutually supportive in school.

Total Costings:  

 

Sports Partnership coaching  

£3000  

Outdoor residential  

£2700 

Transport for competition 

£1070 

Outdoor Play Equipment 

£1500

Total spend: 

£8270