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Primary School Sports Premium Fund 2016/17

Objectives 2016/17:

ALL pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

2. to increase confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

3. to extend a broader range of sports and activities offered to all pupils in lessons, clubs  and competitions

4. increased participation in competitive sport

Planned spending

Item/Project:

Objectives:

Outcomes:

PE audit

Stock check

To update and rotate PE resources and equipment.

 

 

New equipment that staff and students can use.

New ‘competition kit’ for inter sport events.

To renew the old and worn out kit with newer, better fitting t-shirts. 

Students feel part of a team when competing against other schools.

Assertive mentoring meetings to discuss targets and progress with individual students x2 over the course of the year. Sports focus – to take part in two days of competition and games within classes and year groups where available.

To gain a deeper understanding of different sports. To take part in team building opportunities. To play competitively within house teams.

 

 

 

Enjoyment of being physically active. Interest in a range of new sports. Playing together as part of a team.

Sports specialists

To enrich the curriculum and deepen the knowledge, skills and understanding of students and staff who learn alongside the specialist sports teachers.

Teachers to feel more confident as a result of working alongside a specialist teacher/instructor.

Gary Marlowe (Marlowe Sports) to aid AFPE accreditation procedure

To aid AFPE accreditation procedure. To implement strategies for longer term planning of skills progression and further embedding AFL strategies within PE lessons.

 

AFPE accreditation complete – ongoing.

Greg Dryer CPD Mi-move (18-1-17). Focus TBC.

To use the mi-move philosophy that Greg has developed to enhance the teaching and learning of PE at Holbrook.

 

 

Teachers to feel more confident in their deliver of PE as a result of the Mimove CPD. Students engage in high quality PE as a result. 

Guest speakers

To inspire students and teachers alike. Strong links with learning to learn skills and growth mindset (whole school priority).

To inspire students and teachers alike.

Play equipment and resources for use at playtimes and lunchtimes

To enhance the outdoor play opportunities for students at playtimes and lunchtimes.

Further play opportunities for pupils. Calmer playtimes with structured areas for football, table tennis and organised play led by Year 5 play leaders.

Orienteering flags and maps

To take part in outdoor and adventurous activity challenges both individually and within a team

Orienteering activities established within school grounds.

Secondary PE specialists

To enrich the curriculum and deepen the knowledge, skills and understanding of students and staff who learn alongside the specialist sports teachers.

Teachers and students learn from specialist PE teachers.

Inter school competitions   To subsidise entry costs

Travel expenditure/Supply cover costs:

Autumn term sporting competitions:

  • Horsham District Primary Schools Alternative sports festival (27-9-16)
  • Horsham District Primary Schools High Places Challenge
  • Horsham District Primary Schools Hockey League
  • Horsham District Primary Schools Netball League
  • Horsham District Primary Schools Table Tennis League
  • Horsham District Primary Schools Year 3/4 Badminton Skills Festival

 

To offer students a wide range of competitive and non-competitive sporting and activity based opportunities against other schools.  

Increased participation in club programme at school and in the community E.g. students joining Horsham rugby club as a result of tag rugby club and joining Horsham Hockey Club as a result of participation in festivals and tournaments (2015/16).  Students experience a broader range of sports and activities offered to all.

CPD courses

To ‘up-skill’ teachers knowledge and understanding of the primary PE curriculum.

Greater knowledge, skills and understanding shared between teachers and support staff at school. Opportunity to network with PE teachers at other schools to discuss good practice in PE.

Attendance at PE/sport Cluster meetings

 

To remain informed and up to date with developments in Horsham and elsewhere in PE/sport.

To enter events organised by Horsham DSD.

Holbrook School Premium Fund

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