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MENORAH PRIMARY SCHOOL

PE AND SPORTS GRANT 2018-19 (£19307)

 

At Menorah we recognise the vital role that PE has to play in promoting a long-term healthy lifestyle that is both enjoyable and rewarding. We aim to provide a high-quality physical education curriculum that inspires all of our pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities. Physical education is at the forefront of our school culture and we believe this will enhance academic achievement, as well as the health and well-being of our pupils.

“A high-quality physical education curriculum inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically-demanding activities. It should provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness. Opportunities to compete in sport and other activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect.”

The Primary National Curriculum for PE can be downloaded here.

 

Current Practice at Menorah Primary School 

The aim is for all children at Menorah to be physically active every day. Therefore, we provide a broad range of daily activities for children to be active and develop a love for sport. Children will experience a variety of sports that help improve and maintain levels of fitness, and teach them how to use their bodies to their full potential. Competition is used to motivate the children to achieve their best and to strive to improve themselves. 

How to help at home

All children aged five or over should be physically active for at least one hour a day.
Physical activity helps children:
• grow strong muscles and bones
• maintain a healthy weight
• discover the world around them
• build their confidence
You can help by encouraging your child to find activities they enjoy and building physical activity into family life.

Ways to make exercise fun

  1. Walk, scooter or cycle to and from school together as often as possible. Read about the health benefits of cycling.
  2. Build a den or treehouse with them in the school holidays. Or, under supervision, encourage them to climb a tree or two.
  3. Go roller skating, rollerblading or skateboarding, indoors or outside. In winter, go ice skating.
  4. Do an activity challenge together, such as training for a fun run or charity walk. See the parkrun website for free weekly 5K runs near you.
  5.  Support your kids in sports, clubs or any other activities that may interest them. Joining a weekend club sport encourages them to make a commitment to a team and regular exercise. Find sports and fitness activities in your area.
  6. Find time every weekend to do something active with your children. Play frisbee or football in the park, go trampolining, or try indoor rock climbing.
  7. Fly a kite. The Kite Society of Great Britain has local groups that meet for special flying days where experienced members offer advice and help. Some also run kite-making workshops.
  8. Take a trip to the beach. Beaches offer loads of ways for kids to get active, including games, rock-pooling, swimming, and plenty of running around. Or try an activity-based holiday.
  9. You’ll find more advice on getting active as a family on the Change4Life website.

 

Primary PE Sport Grant

Total number of pupils on role (Yr1-6) at October 2017 census

329

Lump sum

£16000

Amount Menorah Primary School receives per pupil (£10 x each pupil)

£3290

Total amount of PPSG allocated

£19307

Objectives for Spending of PPSG 2018- 2019

Objectives of spending of PPSG:

 To improve the standard of PE teaching in the school through training for staff.

 To source and imbed an effective assessment system to show progress and highlight children in need of further assistance.

 To broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils

 To develop a love of sport and physical activity

 To increase the opportunity for competitive sport across all year groups and genders

 To identify, support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs

 To target engagement for identified target groups (eg: over-weight, unfit, social, emotional & behavioural needs, pupil premium, etc).

 

Key Indicators

 

1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

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 1 and 2:  Engagement of all pupils and raising the profile of sport

 

Objective

Key actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Monitoring task

Evidence of impact/legacy (school, staff, pupils)

Replenishment of resources and facilities to ensure teaching and learning can take place effectively, with provisions for differentiation.

 

To use sport as a tool of creating positive peer relationships linked to PSHE

 

 

Investment in a range of PE resources to support children with SEN and behaviour difficulties.

 

To establish lunchtime opportunities for classes to take part in sport.

 

£800

Children motivated to be active at break times including SEN children.

Staff feedback

A variety of sports on offer for all children

 

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Objective

Key actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Monitoring task

Evidence of impact/legacy (school, staff, pupils)

To continue to develop the quality of teaching and learning in PE – upskilling staff.

To ensure staff have access to expert advice and the opportunity to evaluate strengths and weaknesses – aiding improvements to PE.

£1000

By 2019/2020 to have: 90% of KS1 children meeting age related expectations 90% of KS2 children meeting age related expectations

CPD records and lesson observations

Quality of teaching and assessing PE has improved across all key stages.


 

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Objective

Key actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

Monitoring task

Evidence of impact/legacy (school, staff, pupils)

Whole school day with a variety of sports

Sports Day

£200

Children will have enjoyed the day and have a sense of achievement.

Children survey on tweaks for next year.

Sports day activities incorporated into the PE curriculum

To ensure that our ‘core’ sports continue to be provided with high quality extra- curricular opportunities.

To evaluate current resources and facilities and improve where needed, for the benefit of the whole school.

£200

Children will have access to a variety of sporting activities during the school day and after school.

Parental survey

Children participating in a variety of sporting activities

 

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Area

Activity

Impact

Total used or intended cost

Sustainability

Health

Swimming subsidiary

All children will be able to participate in swimming lessons. Swimmers to start from Year 1.

£16,447

Swimming lessons continue for children from Years 1-6 year on year. Trained swimming instructors are secured for all lessons at all levels (booked over a year in advance).

Focus each year in final term on oldest children unable to swim 25m – allows a greater number to achieve 25m by the end of KS2.

Children also taught water safety as well as swimming

Health

Active Play

Resources for children to take part in activities at lunchtime. To encourage 100% of the school to participate in AP at least once a week.

To encourage Play Leaders to organise the games on offer and let children have a say in what they can play through the School’s Council Meeting

 

£200

 

Education

Qualified sports coaching for final sessions

Qualified dance teacher to visit KS2 children to critique their learnt performances and to extend their skills that they can have an opportunity to apply

£500

 

Equipment and checks

Provide staff with safe resources to help them teach PE more effectively

Children to have a wider range of resources that are safe and effective to apply and challenge their skills

Sports equipment

To broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils.

To develop a love of sport and physical activity.

New mats for gym to replace old, worn ones.

£500 ROSPA

 

Equipment to support teaching and training for competitive events (KI4,5)

 

Sports equipment

To broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils.

To develop a love of sport and physical activity.

New equipment to replace old, worn ones.

£500

Equipment will be used to teach the PE curriculum on an ongoing basis

 

 

Maintenance for playground equipment (KI1, 4)

 

To broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils

 

The maintenance of playground equipment will increase its longevity. 

Annual audit of equipment by PE subject leader and site manager

 

 

Assessment  (KI1)

To source and imbed an effective assessment system to show progress and highlight children in need of further assistance.

£200

Class teachers will be required to follow scheme and evaluate children’s performance (which serves as evidence that short PE lessons are being taught).

 

Fitness (KI1, 2, 4)

Whole school Golden Mile to increase active lifestyle for children.

Regular participation in class exercises (Yr1-6) to promote active lifestyle for children when in school environment.

 

Teachers learn new skills and are able to continue teaching in future years

Total

 

 

Estimated total:

£20,547

 

 

 

Measurability of the PE & Sport Pupil Premium:

 

 

The effect of the PE & sport pupil premium for the 2019 / 2020 school year will be measured in a number of ways:

 

  • The number of children enjoying before and after school clubs provided by Menorah Primary School

 

  • The number of children who can swim 25 metres + and show competency in a range of swimming strokes by the end of year 6

 

  • The number of staff who have received further training in sport and PE provision

 

  • The quality of teaching and learning in PE and Sport

 

  • The range of teaching resources and sports equipment available for use during break times, lunch clubs, before and after-school clubs and PE lessons

 

  • Quality provision of intra-school competitions during lunch times

 

  • Access to and inclusion of our children in inter-school competitive events in the wider community with other schools.

 

 

Sustainability of these improvements:

 

  • Continued success of over 85% of year 6 pupils swimming 1000m + by the end of year 6

 

  • A continued broad provision of before and after-school clubs to enhance participation in sport for all pupils

 

  • On-going high quality training for teachers and coaches to maintain the impact

 

  • Extensive on-going competitive intra-school competitions during lunchtimes for all year groups

 

  • Continued inter-school competition involvement for students in Key Stage 2