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Please scroll to the bottom of the page to see the financial breakdown for our Sports' Premium Funding, the impact the funding has had and to see the record for our Year 6 swimmers. 

The following table shows the number of our pupils engaged in extra-curricular clubs offered by the school. We hope to increase this across the year, as part of our sports' provision.

2020-2021

Class

Number of Class participating in School Clubs (Autumn Term)

Number of Class participating in School Clubs (Spring Term)

Number of Class participating in School Clubs

(Summer Term)

Year 1

 

   

Year 2

 

   

Year 3

 

   

Year 4

 

   

Year 5

 

   

Year 6

 

   

We use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of physical education, physical activity and sport we offer.

This means that we use the premium to:

  • develop or add to the PE, physical activity and sport activities that we already offer.

  • build capacity and capability within our school to ensure that improvements made now will benefit pupils joining us in future years.

Sep 2020 - July 2021

Our PE Premium projects and their impact:

Development of Aspirations and Careers (Visitors from Industries have not taken place due to COVID restrictions)

Children will be given access to specific employment industries, with some being in sports and sports science, to learn the finer details of and qualifications necessary to obtain a career in that field. Pupils will be surveyed to identify the careers they are interested in. 

IMPACT

  • Children will have their aspirations raised regarding a career in sport.

  • Pupils will identify the skills and qualifications needed for a specific career path they are interested in.

  • Increased engagement with school and learning.

SUSTAINABILITY

  • Children are more aware of the opportunities for employment around them and able to plan their future academic or vocational paths in advance within sport or sports' science.

After-School Clubs
Go Geronimo will be providing weekly after school clubs for children in all Key Stages, primarily around Multi-Skills and Fitness. These clubs will be heavily subsidised by the PE Premium money and be offered to children at a maximum cost of 50p per session.

IMPACT

  • More children accessed after-school club provision at than the previous year.

  • Access to more obscure sports not in the curriculum have been provided to pupils.

  • Increased engagement in sporting activities from pupils who rarely participated in them.

  • Increased access to high quality specialist sports' coaching.

SUSTAINABILITY

  • Children are engaging in further opportunities provided by the school to develop the social and physical abilities. 

Enrichment Days
Go Geronimo and school staff will be providing an enrichment day each half term, such as Tchoukball and VX Rock-It Ball. These days will allow every child in the school to try their hand at a new sport free of charge. The children are then given linked routes for each sport to a local club, if their interests are stimulated by the taster sessions or if popularity dictates a club is needed to be established at school. 
 

IMPACT

  • Access to high quality sporting experiences was provided to the pupils.

  • Access enabled to obscure sports not available within the curriculum, which led to new extra-curricular clubs being established for all Junior pupils. Very popular in Year 4 and Year 5.

  • Increased engagement in sporting activities.

SUSTAINABILITY

  • All pupils get to experience less common sports, which generate interest and opportunity towards something new and stimulate interests in future pursuits.

Sports' Holiday Clubs

Go Geronimo will host sports' holiday clubs in the February (closed due to pandemic) and June 2021 half-term holidays to increase access to sport and to improve the fitness of our pupils. 

IMPACT

  • Improved stamina and fitness.

  • Increased involvement in sport outside school for those who do not normally do anything active. Fifteen pupils attended each day in the half-term. 

SUSTAINABILITY

  • Pupils have access to sports even during holidays.

  • Parents are supported with childcare. 

Staff CPD Training

External specialists will be paid with PE Premium funding to support teachers to develop their skills in areas where subject knowledge can be improved, such as Cricket. Go Geronimo will also be paid to upskill our staff to ensure improvements to the quality of teaching, for example PE Premium was spent on acquiring training for the After-School Club staff to increase the physical activity on offer to all those pupils attending this wrap-around care provision.  

IMPACT

  • Improved quality of teaching.

  • Increased involvement in sporting activities outside of the classroom.

  • Increased attendance at after-school club due to increased popularity. 

SUSTAINABILITY

  • Staff have improved sports' knowledge to provide a stronger PE provision to our pupils.

Football Coaching (Postponed due to Government Guidance around contact sports)

A qualified football coach from Go Geronimo will be working with our Girls' team and Years 3 & 4 boys' team to develop their footballing talents. School staff will continue to work with the older boys' team from Years 5 & 6. The new coach will be responsible for entering the teams in to local leagues and completing all administrative tasks.

IMPACT

  • Access to high quality sporting experiences.

  • Increased numbers of pupils representing the school. 

  • Increased engagement in sporting activities.

  • Exposure to appropriate levels of competition.

  • Increased appreciation for the values of perseverance and resilience.

SUSTAINABILITY

  • Pupils are keen on football and keen to represent the school competitively against other nearby schools. 

Gymnastics Coaching and Teacher Training

Donald Carr (professional gymnastics coach) has been employed by the school to deliver high quality gymnastics sessions throughout the year to all year groups. Class teachers will work alongside him to learn new skills and improve the teaching of gym. 

IMPACT

  • Improved gymnastics teaching.

  • Staff improved their knowledge of the subject.

  • Improved fitness and well-being levels for pupils.

SUSTAINABILITY

  • Children are more aware of the need to be physically fit and show an enthusiasm to participate in activity that develops core strength and gross motor skills. 

Improved Sports' Resources

Stronger resources purchased to enable a wider variety of sporting opportunities to be offered to pupils. Equipment needed to enable after-school clubs, fixtures and sporting lettings to be able to operate all year round, such as floodlights.  Physical development resources purchased to improve the EYFS outdoor area and provide more challenge in developing pupil abilities in this important strand. 

IMPACT

  • Improved fitness and well-being.

  • Increased opportunities to learn new skills

  • Ability to offer a wider range of sports with new extra-curricular clubs being established.

  • Increased uptake in after-school clubs due to increased popularity. 

SUSTAINABILITY

  • Children have a stronger appreciation for taking part in sport and being fit and healthy through sport. 

This year we have approximately £25,229 spend on the above projects.

Please look at the attachment below or ask at the School Office for a breakdown of costs for the above projects.

Sep 2019 - July 2020 (Curtailed by school closure)

Completed Projects:

  • Gymnastics Coaching across the whole school and CPD for staff.

  • Go Geronimo provided sports coaching in after-school clubs furthering our ability to provide opportunities to shine.

  • Go Geronimo provided Enrichment Sessions for the whole school in more obscure sports.

  • Swimming Sessions for some Junior children in KS2. 

  • School entered into array of competitions and competitive leagues in Football and Netball and matches were almost completed thanks to the floodlights. 

Impact:

  • Gymnastics skills of the children augmented, with the pupils participating in Inter-Schools Gymnastics competition and further skills enhancement provided for teachers.

  • Lunchtime games organised by MSAs and Caring Crusaders increased sporting outlets available, reduced behavioural incidents and developed leadership qualities of our eldest pupils.

  • Enrichment opportunities enabled pupils to experience new sports, which encouraged their interests for new sporting ventures. 

SEP 2018 - JULY 2019

Completed Projects and Impact:

  • Go Geronimo provided sports' coaching for after-school clubs enabling a higher proportion of children to access sport. Increase of 12% on the previous year.

  • Year 5 pupils completed Play Leader Training and achieved full accreditation. This enabled pupils to organise and lead playtime games at lunchtimes with other children. 

  • Go Geronimo also provided enrichment sessions for the whole school, particularly Parkour, which evolved into a highly popular and a new after-school club. 

  • Swimming lessons for all Junior children for a longer period of time (Ten sessions per class increased from six). Key Stage One children (Year 2) were given swimming lessons also for a number of sessions, which the school has never offered previously.

  • Pastoral support dedicated purely to enable children with sporting anxieties to access sport, such as swimming and competition was a success. This enabled all pupils with anxieties to participate in PE lessons and overcome their fears of competing or trying something for the first time. 

  • Increase in the percentage of children able to swim 25 metres unaided using a number of strokes on the previous year.

  • School participated in competitive sports, such as Cross-Country, Netball, Football, Gymnastics and Basketball. In Netball, our pupils reached the Grand Final for the first time.

  • A whole host of new equipment was purchased to enable a greater range of sports to be offered, such as Cricket and Basketball. New Basketball posts and Floodlights were purchased enabling fixtures to be played and practise to be offered all year round.

  • Gymnastics coaching all year round for each class, included an after-school club and success at inter-school competition for the second year running. Increased staff knowledge of Gymnastics teaching.