All pupils leaving Our Lady’s R.C. Primary school will be physically literate and will have the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport at Our Lady’s R.C. Primary School.
- Pupils will be engaged in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
- The profile of PE and sport will be raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
- Staff will show increased confidence, knowledge and skills in teaching PE and sport
- A broader experience of a range of sports and activities will be offered to all pupils
- There will be increased participation in competitive sport
- In 2016-2017 the amount allocated to Our Lady’s school for Sport Premium is £8,835.
In the academic year 2016-2017 it is proposed that Sport Premium will be spent in the following ways to meet the vision and objectives above.
- To provide regular after school clubs staffed by coaches or teachers - £2200
- To provide an enhanced level of swimming tuition, above and beyond the basic National Curriculum level - £1250
- To provide professional development to teaching staff to enhance their skills in the delivery of Gymnastics, Dance and Athletics - £1200
- To provide a developmental programme of Yoga which acknowledges the connection between healthy bodies and healthy minds - £2365
- To provide teacher cover and transport to enable pupils to take part in competitive sports, e.g. school games, swimming galas, football and tag rugby competitions - £850
- To support pupils with understanding about healthy lifestyles and making healthy choices – targeted work ‘Fit for life’ club. - £500
- To provide any necessary equipment required to support the above objectives. - £500
Impact of Sport Premium Funding will be measured by:-
- Improvements in outcomes measured through whole school P.E. assessments
- Levels of participation in after school clubs
- Numbers of pupils reaching the expected levels in swimming (and also of children achieving enhanced levels of swimming skills
- Improvement of staff confidence in delivering P.E. and Sport lessons – evidenced by lesson observations as well as staff skills audits.
- Greater participation in Sports competitions with other schools
- Surveys of pupil and parent attitudes to P.E. and school sport
- Teachers who have been trained to plan and deliver effective PE lessons in previous academic years will continue to plan and deliver effective PE lessons. Good practice is shared amongst staff, co-ordinated and monitored by the PE Leader.
- Lunchtime supervisors who have been trained to plan and supervise sports activities use this knowledge and experience to help children access sport regularly during lunchtime.
- PE resources within school continue to improve year after year, allowing teachers to deliver the PE curriculum effectively and allowing lunchtime supervisors to deliver other sports activities.
- Children enjoy and are enthusiastic about sport, creating a positive sporting culture within school. Children also have a good understanding of health and well-being.
- Investment has been made in P.E. equipment which will provide children with the opportunity to participate in these sports for a number of years before needing to be replaced