“living, learning and laughing together”
At Godolphin Primary School we believe PE & Sport plays an important role in making our vision statement a reality for every pupil, with the potential to change young people’s lives for the better.
We have welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to provide additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. We are committed to using this resource in developing high quality PE lessons, alongside greater opportunities for sporting competitions and clubs for all our young people.
Sport Premium Grant
Funding for schools will be calculated by the number of primary aged pupils (between the ages of 5 and 11) as at the annual census in January each year. All schools with 17 or more primary aged pupils will receive a lump sum of £8,000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil. Smaller schools will receive £5 per pupil.
Total no of primary aged pupils between the ages of 5-11(Jan 2015): 97
Total amount of Sport Premium Grant received £8485
What does the Sport Premium mean for my School?
‘Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this’ (DfE June 2013).
At Godolphin Primary School we have split up the funding into several key areas for consideration
To see where have we decided to spend the Sport Premium Grant on. click this link.
Background – The primary school sport premium is £150 million per annum of new government funding jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport. Investment will go direct to individual primary school Head Teachers and is designed to support improvements in the quality and depth of PE and school sport in addition to the new curriculum through to 2016/17.
Outcomes – The Department for Education vision is that all pupils leaving primary school are physically literate and have the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport. The objective is to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport that delivers high quality provision of a balanced and holistic PE and school sport offer including;
Funding – Individual schools will receive circa £8000-9000 per annum (depending on the number of pupils) which they can use to support these outcomes through various options including; release of staff for CPD, employing specialists to work alongside teachers, cluster work with other schools and partnerships, transport, equipment, hall and pool hire etc.
|The total funding for the academic year||2016/17||£8485|
Accountability & Impact – Schools are required to keep parents informed and publish plans for deployment of premium funding on their website by April of each academic year. Schools will be expected to track pupils to be able to show what improvements have been made and evidence the impact of the sport premium. From September 2013, Ofsted inspectors will assess and report on how effectively this new funding is being used when making the judgement on the quality of the school’s leadership and management.
|Lead member of staff responsible||Colin Snook||Lead Governor responsible||Glynn Bennetts|
Area of Focus & Outcomes
(Actions identified through self-review to improve the quality of provision)
(Planned/ actual spend)
(Anticipated/actual effect on pupils including measures/evidence)
|Future Actions & Sustainability
(How will the improvements be sustained and what will you do next)
engage young people in a high quality, broad and balanced curriculum
|Review the PE curriculum, ensuring all pupils are being taught high quality physical literacy and developing personal, physical, cognitive, social skills (REAL PE).
Continue to use the REAL PE scheme and assessment resources to support our PE provision.
Use School Games and Time to move surveys/audits to assess on provision and identify new actions.
Swimming – Increase the number, length and quality of swimming lessons for all pupils, of all abilities.
Use qualified sports coaches to support the staff in the delivery of high quality PE whilst also receiving valuable CPD.
- Outdoor Ed – orienteering
Purchase new whiteboards for use in PE lessons
Increased numbers of pupils taking part in physical activity with improved skill levels, leading to numerous successes in interschool competitions.
Assessment data being gathered at the end of REAL PE units which will be used to track progress.
PE action plan regularly assessed and reviewed, using surveys/audits to identify new actions.
All children in Y3/4/5/6 received 45 minute swimming lessons, using specialist swim teachers to support the teachers and raise standards Progress tracked. Godolphin teams performed well in Helston Swimming Galas with the Y5 Girls qualifying for the Peninsula Finals. Rec/Y1/Y2 continued with 30 min lessons.
Y3/4 and Y5/6 received a block of football lessons from an FA sports coach who also provided CPD for the teachers.
Acorn coaches sometimes brought in to work alongside teachers and TA’s, providing CPD and high quality PE.
Various orienteering lessons organised within school and planned offsite (Godolphin and Tehidy
2 new whiteboards purchased.
Following Yoga for teachers training, yoga is now being taught to pupils in lessons.
Continue to monitor PE, ensuring all pupils receive at least 2 hours of high quality PE each week.
Continue to provide 45 minute swimming lessons, including Y1/2 in 2017/18.
Add new actions to PE action plan.
Apply for Sainsburys School Games kitemark 2017
Teachers gained a certificate for working with FA coach.
Teachers made notes and will use their increased confidence and skills in future lessons.
Continue to offer new and diverse PE activities.
|Physical Activity, Health & Wellbeing
all young people are aware of health related issues and are supported to make informed choices to engage in an active and healthy lifestyle
|Train staff and sports leaders to deliver a lunchtime Fun Fit multi-sports club for targeted year groups, encouraging active play and skill development.
Purchase of equipment to promote active playtimes:
- 2 basketball goals
- Skipping ropes
- Music system for dance
Continue to offer Feetbeat dance once a week, led by pupils.
Clubs open to wider variety of year groups.
|£1400||Staff training for all teachers and TA’s. Y5/6 pupils given leadership training before setting up and leading their own Fun Fit style multi-sports clubs, targeting specific year groups.
Y5/6 sports leaders delivered Fun Fit club for Y3.
Pupils more active during playtimes.
Weekly Feetbeat assemblies, led by pupils who practice during playtimes.
Y2 invited to attend football, tag rugby and cricket clubs.
|Look at what else the school can do to make playtimes more active including the improvement of the playground:
- Surface for climbing frames.
Invite Rec to multi-sports club.
|Diverse & Inclusive
provide a fully inclusive offer that recognises the diverse needs of specific groups and identifies tailored opportunities for all young people
Ensure that all groups of pupils, including Gifted and Talented and the least active, are offered opportunities to regularly participate in sport by planning a diverse range of whole class and school activities which excite and engage.
Provide leadership opportunities to encourage the least active pupils to engage in sport.
Offer a wide range of activities to suit all interests:
- Bikeability cycle training
- Tri golf
- Surf Lifesaving/surfing
- Outdoor & Adventurous
|£285||Targeted leadership opportunities to encourage G&T and the least active to support adults in the delivery of multi-skills clubs and other sporting activities, such as sports days.
G&T and Inclusion festivals organised by the Helston Trust.
Increased number of whole class or school activities and events throughout year.
- Yoga for Teachers CPD. Now used in lessons with children.
- All Y6 Bikeability trained.
- Surf Lifesaving session with HSLSC
- Hit the Surf for 30 KS2 pupils
- Various orienteering lessons organised within school and planned offsite (Godolphin and Tehidy Woods)
Continue attending G&T, inclusion and whole class activities and events.
Monitor specific groups of pupils and respond to the data appropriately with targeted opportunities.
Consult with pupils to see what else we can offer – try new sports!
Provide a well organised, appropriate and enjoyable programme of competitions and festivals for students of all abilities
|Use the School Games and Helston Trust competition structures, alongside other local festivals and tournaments, to provide regular and diverse opportunities for all pupils to participate in competitions, including intra-school.
Pay for transport, supervision and supply cover so that pupils can attend competitions.
School sports day to reflect the physical literacy framework.
Godolphin sports clothing topped up so that we have kit when competing in competitions.
|Consistently good number of pupils in both key stages taking part in intra and interschool competitions on a more regular basis, with success.
Opportunities for more able and least active pupils to participate in specially designed festivals organised through the Helston Trust.
New running vests, football shirts and shorts.
|Try to enter B and C teams events where possible.
Encourage wider participation of girls in competition and clubs.
Use records to monitor all pupils in the school, and organise or attend events that target the least active pupils.
|Leadership, Coaching & Volunteering
provide pathways to introduce and develop leadership skills
|Arrange Sports Leader Award for all Y6 pupils so that they can organise their own clubs to provide more opportunities for younger pupils during lunchtimes and playtimes.
Train Y5/6 to help deliver lunchtime Fun Fit Club to targeted year groups.
|£200||All Y6 pupils trained as sports leaders and helping to deliver multi-skills and dance clubs to younger pupils, as well as being given positions of responsibility during PE lessons. The Y6 leaders are also used during school sports days.
Y6 leaders worked alongside FA coach in the delivery of lunchtime football club for Y2.
Godolphin Sports Leader certificates given out to recognise achievements.
|Leadership opportunities for younger pupils, possibly using Y4 to lead Fun Fit club for Y2.
Continue to target less active pupils by encouraging them into sport via leadership.
ensure opportunities for young people of all abilities to extend their school activity transitioning into sustained community based sport
|Buy in to Helston Trust which helps to provide strong links to various sports clubs, offering easy pathways for the pupils to participate in sport outside of school.
New PE noticeboard, promoting participation in community clubs and events.
|Included with competition money
|Wide range of partnership work with other primary and secondary schools in Trust.
Godolphin Youth Club often using school minibus for activities.
New noticeboard purchased and used to promote school and community clubs and events.
Possible after school club with timetabled sporting activities.
Further develop community links with clubs and celebrate successes.
increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE & sport
|Assess needs of staff and arrange CPD:
- Yoga for Teachers twilight
- Educational Visits twilight
- Renew EVC training
- Working alongside coaches
- PE Conference/update meetings
- Minibus qualification
- Fun Fit CPD
- Rugby League training
|£1100||Yoga for Teachers online resource purchased and being used in PE lessons.
Teachers attended twilight with member of Cornwall Outdoors regarding educational visits.
Various sports coaches working alongside teachers/TA’s.
CS attended Cornwall PE Conference and update meetings with other PE leaders.
4 new minibus drivers trained
Fun Fit CPD for all teachers & TA’s.
CPD for staff and assisting parent who helps with after school club.
|Continue to assess needs of all staff and identify possible training opportunities.
Employ specialist coaches to address any gaps in workforce skills as well as providing CPD.
Utilise parents/volunteers to support the delivery of clubs.
Liaise with other schools and parties to identify and address needs across partnership.