St Augustine of Canterbury Catholic Primary School

Deanwood Drive, Parkwood, Gillingham, Kent, ME8 9NP
Tel: 01634 371892
Headteacher: Mrs Louise Prestidge

 PE AND SPORTS FUNDING 2018/19
 
 
 

Since 2013, the Government have allocated funding directly to primary schools to support the provision of quality PE/Sport.  In July 2017, the government increased this amount to enhance the Physical Education and Healthy Lifestyles curriculum. This year, at St Augustine of Canterbury, we will receive the increased funding of £17,659.

 

This initiative has been devised to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport across primary schools. It is intended that this funding will promote healthy lifestyle choices and give children the opportunities to reach the performance levels they are capable of.

 

 Our Key Priorities:  

  • To further enhance the provision of PE at St Augustine of Canterbury.

  • Broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to children.

  • To engage all children in regular physical activity and promote healthy lifestyle choices. 

  • To develop a love of sport and physical activity for all children.

  • To make improvements to benefit the children who join our school in the future.

  • To provide teachers with training and resources to teach P.E effectively.  

  • To maintain and continue to update equipment available for all children to support their physical education.

  • To enhance extra-curricular clubs with the emphasis on encouraging our less active children to participate.

  • To purchase equipment and resources to develop a non-traditional activity such as Archery.

   

Action

Objective

Cost

Success Criteria - Evaluation

Impact

To purchase equipment and resources to develop a non-traditional activity such as, Archery.

 

 

 

 

To have support from the Swattenden Centre (who provide outdoor activities for schools) to deliver an archery day for all children.

£500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TBC when agreed price has been given.

 

Approx £2,000 for a years support from Swattenden Centre.

Equipment has been purchased and ready for use.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day is planned for Swattenden trained staff to deliver full archery programme – running from EYFS to Year 6. Specialised targets, bows and arrows are used in accordance with age range.

 

 

Children have participated in a non-traditional sport.

 

Wider sporting opportunities and experiences for all children.

 

Children’s gross motor skills are developed.

 

Develops children’s love of sport.

To improve the standards of teaching P.E across the school.

Medway Package

 

One full day of PE and School

Sport support per week

 Includes the delivery of an

after-school club

 

£4,750

for the academic year

 

 

 

 

We have continued our partnership with Medway Sport to obtain a sports coach to support all teachers in their delivery of high quality P.E lessons. Teachers shadow the sporting coaches to learn new skills when teaching P.E. We are currently focussing on gymnastics and the focus will change to fit our CDP requirements.

 

Our sports coach also runs an afterschool club for key stage 1.

 

Lesson plans for all teachers have been given by the sports coaches to support teaches in their delivery of sport.

 

 

 

The resources have supported the teachers in their delivery of P.E.

 

Whole class sets of resources are available to allow all children to have access and be active during P.E lessons.

 

Raised participation of sport during play times.

 

Increased participation in competitive sports.

 

Teachers now feel more secure in their teaching of sport. Positive feedback has been given by all teachers

 

 

Broader experiences of a range of sports and activities offered to all children.

 

 

To focus on increasing participation of physical activity in Breakfast and Afterschool club.

£1,000.

New equipment to be purchased:

 

·         Hopscotch Mat

·         Giant Snakes and Ladders

·         Paddle net and ball set

·         Skipping ropes

·         Catch cups

·         Hoops

·         Tumble tower

 

Children will be seen actively involved in physical exercise before and after school.

 

Children are encouraged to participate in a total of 60 minutes of exercise throughout the school day.

 

Increase in children’s fitness levels.

 

Children enjoy physical activity through play and games.

 

To promote healthy lifestyle choices. 

 

TBC

Sign up for change for Life.

 

Purchase any Change for life resources required.

 

Promote healthy life style choices through teaching of P.E and through our PSHE curriculum.

Increase in children’s fitness levels

 

Children feel confident to make the right choices

To increase the participation of P.E and sport during break and lunch times.

£538

 

To be added to throughout the year.

New equipment to be purchased to support children at lunch time:

Basketball free standing net – suggested by year 6 – £245

 

UPVC goals for lunch time football participation - £130

 

Catch pads for break time play - £36

 

Basketball stand - £44 x 2

 

Target Maths – 3 x £13

 

 Supported by playground leaders.

Improve co-ordination

 

Provide challenge

 

Improve hand and eye co-ordination

 

Improve maths skills.

 

Increased participation in sport.

To purchase a full kit for participation in outside activities and competitions. 

£500

Purchase the following uniform:

 

·         T-shirts

·         Tracksuit bottoms

·         Hooded sweatshirts

·         Sun caps

·         FULL football kit – socks, shorts, shirts

·         Coloured Bibs

 

A sense of pride and solidarity for our school.

 

To increase motivation levels of the children.

 

 

 

 

PE AND SPORTS FUNDING 2017/18
 
Our P.E sports funding for 2017/18 was given in two parts. A payment of £10,302 was available from November and a further £7,358 from April 2018. Expenditure was updated as we progressed through the year.
 

Action

Objective

Cost

Interim Evaluation

Impact

To improve the standards of teaching P.E across the school.

Medway Package

 

One full day of PE and School

Sport support per week

 

Includes the delivery of an

after-school club

 

£4,750

for the academic year

 

 

 

£120

We have continued our partnership with Medway Sport to obtain a sports coach to support all teachers in their delivery of high quality P.E lessons. Teachers shadow the sporting coaches to learn new skills when teaching P.E. We are currently focussing on gymnastics and the focus will change to fit our CDP requirements.

 

Our sports coach also runs an afterschool club for key stage 1.

 

Term 1 focussed on hockey and this term the focus is Handball.

 

Lesson plans for all teachers have been given by the sports coaches to support teaches in their delivery of sport.

 

Handball and dodgeball equipment

 
Update March 2018: Handball was a great success and feedback from both children and teachers has shown a positive impact. The focus for this term is gymnastics where the children will be using the wall apparatus.
 

The resources have supported the teachers in their delivery of P.E.

 

Whole class sets of resources are available to allow all children to have access and be active during P.E lessons.

 

Raised participation of sport during play times.

 

Increased participation in competitive sports.

 

Teachers now feel more secure in their teaching of sport. Positive feedback has been given by all teachers

 

 

Broader experiences of a range of sports and activities offered to all children.

 

 

Increase participation in exercise and P.E through the whole school.

 

The Medway Mile.

Medway Mile

 

Cost - £400.

Medway School Mile

 

The aim of the Medway School Mile is to improve the physical and emotional health and wellbeing of our children. It’s a very simple programme which any primary school can be part of. This has strong links with our PSHE quality mark award.

 

Medway have designed a resource programme to help us implement and run this exciting new programme. It’s an ideal way to use the Primary School Sport Premium funding to engage every child in active lifestyles and encourage health and wellbeing.

 
Update March 2018: We have successfully launched the Medway Mile within school.
 
Our Medway Mile Champions are collecting data and will be sharing in the newsletter.
 

Improve the physical and emotional health and wellbeing of our children.

 

Increased participation in exercise.

 

 

 

To increase the participation of P.E and sport during break and lunch times.

£538

 

To be added to throughout the year.

Basketball free standing net – suggested by year 6 – £245

 

UPVC goals for lunch time football participation - £130

 

Catch pads for break time play - £36

 

Basketball stand - £44 x 2

 

Target Maths – 3 x £13

 
Update March 2018: We have taken delivery of our new football goals. These will be used during lunch and break times and our referees will continue to hand out their fair play awards and stickers.

 

Improve co-ordination

 

Provide challenge

 

Improve hand and eye co-ordination

 

Improve maths skills.

 

Increased participation in sport.

Support delivery of the teaching of gymnastics.

£2238

Gymnastic crash mats - £219 x 2

 

New mats for gymnastics – x 10 - £55 each

 

Gymastic activity set - £1250

 
Update March 2018: We now have new mats to use when in the hall to support our delivery of gymnastics.  

 

Increase the safety aspects when teaching gymnastics and using the high apparatus.

 

Support the delivery of the teaching of gymnastics.

 

Support development of skills in EYFS and Key Stage 1 and 2.

 

 

How is the impact be measured?

Quality first teaching and learning of PE meeting the needs of all children including the G&T.

A richer variety of after school sports clubs.

Continued participation in sporting events thus encouraging competition and raising the profile of the school.

Encouraging healthy living through exercise for children and their families by promoting walking to school which is an LA priority.