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Oakridge Schools Federation

Sport Premium 2021-22 Expenditure

 

For the academic Year September 2021 to July 2022 the school will receive £16,000 + £10 per pupil for PE and Sport Premium funding.

We must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport on offer to pupils.

 

Aims for the use of Sports Funding:

  • Improvement in the quality and breadth of PE and sporting provision, including ‘increasing participation in PE so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of
  • Staff development training in Dance, Games and Gymnastics
  • To increase fitness levels for all pupils
  • Increase opportunities for competitive sport
  • To increase skill levels in  PE
  • Purchase of PE and sport  equipment
  • Specialist sport coaches to deliver high quality sport sessions for pupils

 

The 5 key indicators where improvements should be seen are:

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity, aiming for 30 minutes a day within school time
  2. The profile of PE and sport is 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

 

We aim to meet the curriculum expectations with the help of the Sport Premium Funding by providing:

  • A growth in traditional and alternative sports
  • Improvements in our partnership work with other schools
  • Creating links with other subjects that contribute to pupils’ overall achievement and their greater social, spiritual, moral and cultural skills

 

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

2020/2021

What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left your school at the end of the last academic year?

63%

What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could use a range of strokes effectively when they left your school at the end of the last academic year?

63%

What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left your school at the end of the last academic year?

34%

Schools can choose to use the 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?

Yes – We pay for years 3, 4 and 5 to swim each year

 

 

 

Activity/Equipment for both infant and juniors

Cost

Swimming venue/lessons/lifeguards

£5,000 juniors

Premier Sports – Hiring specialist PE teachers to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE across both schools

£7,500 

Premier Sports Active Start (7.45am – 8.45am) School supplements the cost due to start January 2021 

£7,000 (both schools combined)

Premier Sports lunchtime activities £60 per day for each school

£23,400

New PE equipment and play equipment

£2,000 juniors, £85,000 infants

Providing place for pupils on holiday sports clubs across both schools

£3000

TOTAL

£132,900

Income received from sports premium

£19,550 Juniors, £18,700 Infants Total £38,250

 

 

 

Actions and strategies

Impact

To raise standards and participation in sport through provision of a wide range of high quality opportunities in a range of sports

 

 

 

 

  • Year 3/4/ 5 to continue to have specialist swimming teaching & swimming lessons at Basingstoke  leisure centre
  • Provide opportunities to attend events eg Everest basketball competition
  • Ensure that PE lessons are skills based, rather than games based – staff more aware of effective methods of assessment in PE
  • Use of Sports Coaches (PS) to model and deliver high quality PE
  • Additional coaches to be arranged to encourage breadth of opportunity and alternative activities
  • Playground equipment used effectively – improved opportunities for all at playtime
  • Children complete a 5-week course at Basingstoke leisure centre.  All non-swimmers more comfortable and confident in the water
  • Well attended events with participation by pupils to levels set by specific event
  • Quality and variety of PE lessons taught by class teachers has improved
  • Assessment record show progress for all pupils
  • 80%+ pupils are working at age appropriate expectations
  • Improved whole school approach to PE including assessment
  • The school benefited from a range of different coaches over the course of the year
  • Sports Coaches (PS) used to deliver high quality PE sessions. Impact on pupils  show good progress
  • Increased participation and enjoyment of PE as shown by pupil questionnaire
  • Playtime observations and behaviour logs showing less incidents of behaviour issues due to high levels of engagement by pupils

 

To develop

competitive sports

  • Premier Sports to set up with local schools opportunities for competitive sports
  • Links with local secondary school (Everest) for sport competition days
  • Introduce team captains and houses for sporting events internally
  • School to participate in inter school competitions
  • School participated in Everest basketball competition
  • Well attended events with participation by pupils set by specific event
  • school to participate in internal sporting events

 

 

 

  To provide  exciting

and stimulating   resources to facilitate PE lessons and physical activity in general

  • Purchase new, necessary  PE equipment
  • Train adult and children play leaders to improve sport and games during playtimes
  • Broaden the sporting opportunities available to pupils – employment of sports coaches to run after school sports clubs
  • New play equipment for outside and new play initiative climbing equipment at infants
  • Playtime observations and behaviour logs showing less incidents of behaviour issues due to high levels of engagement by pupils
  • Maintain range and availability of PE equipment so all pupils actively participate in every lesson
  • Records of club attendance and pupil feedback
  • Increased number of children participating in after schools clubs

 

Impact of premium use

 

Impact on pupils’ participation

All pupils experience 2 high quality, engaging PE sessions each week

 

An increase in the number of children selecting to take part in the extra- curricular sports clubs/competitions

 

Impact on pupils’ attainment

Participation in both curriculum and extra-curricular sports activities has had a positive and noticeable impact on many pupils’ behaviour, self-esteem and confidence

 

The pupils demonstrate increasing resilience in tackling a range of new learning activities as a result of their participation in sporting activities

 

How the premium has allowed pupils to develop active lifestyles

The range of clubs has expanded to include ‘active start’ which focus on a wider understanding of healthy lifestyle

 

The deployment of the sports coach to lead games activities over the lunch break has increased pupil involvement in purposeful physical activity

 

The organisation of sports related projects – bikeability/scootability, walk to school week, links with local school sporting events has raised the profile of the benefits of a healthy lifestyle for all children

 

Increased number of children who are now part of an outside club

 

How the school will sustain the improvements in 2021/2022

  • Continued employment of the sport coach to lead and develop sports provision across the school
  • Further development of inter year group competitions as part of the schools PE programme
  • Sustain upkeep of outdoor gym equipment
  • PE lead to attend appropriate training including National PE conference
  • Develop competition across schools and continue links with secondary schools

 

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