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PE and Sport Premium
We continue to receive the Government’s additional funding to improve provision of physical education 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 children. Funding for the school this year is calculated by the number of pupils in years 1 to 6 as at the annual census in January 2016.

Total no. of primary aged pupils between the ages of 5-11 (Jan 2016) 480 pupils
Total amount of Sport Premium Grant received £10,225

What does the Sport Premium mean for St.Dunstan’s

‘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).

We are now in our 4th year of PE Premium. Please scroll down to see the actions and impacts the funding has made on the quality of provision for PE and Sport over these 4 years and to view the most current plan for the funding.

For this academic year, the plan for PE and Sport at St. Dunstan’s is shown below.

Total sports premium: £10,225
St. Dunstan's Catholic Primary Schools KS1 pupils - 180 KS2 pupils- 300
5 Key Indicators
1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active lifestyles.
2. The profile of PE and sport being 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
Key Indicator Key Actions Impact Funding
1,3,4  Training of sports leaders.
Teachers to highlight year 5 children who are suitable role models.

Children to have training to understand the variety of roles required.

Once trained to have a clear timetable of their responsibilities and roles on each day.
Children to help run, support and promote a vast range of clubs and activities – C4L, Skip 2 b Fit, Playground Pals, School Games Bloggers, Inter house competitions, Sports Days.

Children will report a rise in confidence from role as sports leaders.

Children will act as role models to raise profile of PE and Sporting activity across the school.

Children will support teachers during lessons and active lunch and after school sessions to increase engagement for all pupils.

Gold Sports Mark target for sports leader achieved through greater % of sports leaders.

Provide broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
3 Teachers CPD
Send out a questionnaire and have verbal discussions with all staff to establish who requires further training and in what area.

 Continuation of Real PE and Tim Dancer to lead a CPD meeting on how the scheme can be used on a whole school level.

AC to attend KS1 and KS2 association meetings and feedback any relevant information to relevant year groups.

Sarah Summerhill to attend England Netball training course and feedback.

Hire p/t sports TA to support focus children during PE lessons.

Gym teacher to attend training to update skills and knowledge.

Outdoor leader to attend conference to identify aspects for school improvement for Outdoor Learning

Teachers report increased confidence to teach PE.

Teachers report increased knowledge and skills to lead different aspects of PE.

Lesson observations and pupil interviews show there is a focus on the fundamental skills of balance, agility and co-ordination during warm ups and referenced in the teaching of all team sports.

Teachers will have used a range of peer, self and teacher assessment opportunities when assessing fundamental skills.

Teacher feedback from courses is positive and actions have been put into place following training.
4, 5 Wider range of sports offered Professional, qualified coaches will offer a broader spectrum introducing new sports to children.

Surrey Smashers in Spring term to offer badminton in years 3 and 4 Surrey Scorchers to deliver hoops for health programme in spring term.

English Lacrosse Association to work with years 5/6 to introduce the sport.

Skip 2 b fit programme enabling all children to start learning how to skip and encourage them to take part in fitness challenges.

FA skills programme supporting year 2 and infant children .

Quiksticks scheme and curriculum overview to support lessons and clubs.

Children in KS 2 will have had access to a further range of sports through PE lessons and clubs e.g. lacrosse, badminton, basketball.

There will be a broader range of pupils taking part in competition.

Staff will be trained by sports coaches to lead sporting activities to enable these clubs to continue.

Pupils in KS 2 and KS 1 will have all had opportunities to have tried new physical activity through PE lessons, clubs and lunchtime activity.

Pupils will attend skipping workshop to teach them the skill of skipping and to set own goals to achieve and extend.

Pupils will have opportunities to practise skipping and to work towards goals during lunchtimes.

Numbers taking part will be recorded to build upon and sustain and to see impact across PE curriculum.

Quick sticks club introduced after school to potentially providing an opportunity to forge links with Woking Hockey Club.
2 Surrey KS1 Star Mark Application (silver award) Creation of a bespoke PE development plan for provision in PE and school sport in KS1. £120
5 Greater participation in competitive games and competitions.

Enter more competitions for KS2 to take part in local and county competitions through close working partnership with Sarah Williams.

KS1 to promote inter house competitions half termly and increase the number of multi skills and cluster events.

Parents and children notified of events and competitions via the newsletter, web page and social media sites.

Swimming teachers and support staff are organised for the practise of swimming competitions, hire of pool and for after school clubs to raise swimming competence and confidence of our children.  
Participation percentage is sustained form previous years and built on to allow more children to take part in competition and a number of competitions.

Parents and children give positive commentary on the profile of PE and sport across school.

Pupils who may not be able to swim 25m by the end of year 6 are identified and supported through extra swim sessions.

Swimmers are given the best opportunities to practise in the lead up to swimming competition.
1,2,3,4,5 Extra-curricular clubs and external providers
Teachers to run clubs supported by qualified, professional coaches to increase confidence, share ideas, team teach.

 Identify member of staff to be trained to deliver C4L Club at lunchtime and after school.

Hire C4L leader

Liaise with LGC and C4L leader to incorporate healthy lifestyles with active lifestyles.

Increased participation in wider range of competitive sport.

Increase staffing confidence to deliver clubs and create lesson ideas, therefore allowing the delivery of a broader more engaging curriculum

Through pupil interview, children are showing a greater engagement and enjoyment in regular physical activity through participation in C4L clubs.
KS1 equipment for playground, Playground Pals with Sports leaders, C4L club and lessons.

Purchase of KS2 equipment to introduce, support, add and replace existing equipment. Swimming equipment is updated.

 Purchase of indoor sportshall athletics equipment. Playground equipment is provided to inspire and allow children to be more active during their break-times and with the C4L leader
Equipment will allow all infant children to engage in high quality activity carousels (5-12 different stations) ensuring a good grounding in all the core fundamentals (co-ordination, balance and agility) as excellent preparation for their transition to sport in Junior school.

Teachers articulate how equipment helps to maximise opportunities for a variety of physical exercises amongst all who participate and promote self- improvement in all skills facilitated.

Pupils will articulate the importance of health and fitness is promoted throughout all lessons taught

All children will have the necessary equipment to maximise the effectiveness of PE teaching; e.g. whole class sets of footballs, swimming, netballs, rugby balls, hockey sticks etc. which will guarantee all children are engaged in physical activity for the duration of a games lesson and fundamental ball skills and ball control sit at the heart of all sports taught.

Diversification of sports offered. Sportshall athletics equipment enable wet weather sports activities to be readily available.

Profile of indoor athletics raised – equipment used in games lessons to diversify teaching strategies. School club introduced in summer term.

Children will be competitive at District Level. The equipment is Ideal for a focus on health and fitness for use across the curriculum.

Children report on the use of playground equipment to help keep them active and will have helped in the selection and evaluation of the equipment.
Associations and Networking
To obtain external recognition for quality PE through Sainsbury’s Kite mark Gold

To utilise WASPS and the Key stage 1 network and share developments in PE. Join PESS membership

Sainsbury’s Kite Mark will provide support and guidance for the year’s actions. The Quality Mark in PE will allow St Dunstan’s to demonstrate that it is a high quality provider of PE.

Newsletters show the high profile of PE and sport at St Dunstan’s.

 Parents will be surveyed will be positive and supportive of the school PE and sporting provision.

Networking and CPD will be used to implement best practises.

Access to a variety of events including Active Surrey Conference and Best Practice Forum and dedicated staff time to allow a more extensive CPD programme.  
3,4 Increasing OAA in the KS1 and KS2 curriculum
Participation in SOLD OAA course to train staff in delivering outstanding OAA lessons.

Hiring the SOLD climbing wall during the week of wonder. Meet with OAA lead from Surrey to identify areas for development and what we do well

Attendance on course to obtain resources for teaching

 Feedback to PE lead will allow next steps to be identified.

Please click here to see Ofsted’s research document ‘The PE and sport premium for primary schools’ 2014. In our first year we split the funding into three key areas for consideration; Physical Education, Healthy Active Lifestyles and Competitive Sport, spending the Sport Premium Grant to support the following objectives:
  • To raise the standard of all our children in Physical Education.
  • To ensure all of our children have access to regular exercise.
  • To increase pupil participation in extra-curricular sport.

Please click here to read the report to parents 2013-2014.

During the second academic year, PE was part of the school development plan to emphasise the whole school commitment to develop PE and Sport at St. Dunstan’s.
We split the funding into two key areas:
  • To ensure all children in KS1 fulfill their potential in PE, developing their fundamental movement skills and to increase participation in competitive sport.
  • To ensure high quality PE opportunities are provided to all children through taking part in competition and sporting clubs and to develop a more independent approach to their learning and to build a set of values for all pupil to develop during PE.

Please click here to read the report to parents 2014-2015.

In our third year, we focused our attention to Physical Education and Competitive School Sport to: In our third year, we focused our attention to Physical Education and Competitive School Sport to:
  • Raising standards of all our children in Physical Education
  • Increasing pupil, participation in extra-curriculum sport

Please click here to read the report to parents 2015-2016.
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