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Peacehaven Heights Primary School & Nursery

Peacehaven Heights Primary School

Peacehaven Heights Primary School & Nursery

PE REPORTS

Primary School Sport Premium Report

Background

The current government has made a commitment to provide schools with specific funding to help improve the provision of PE and Sport within the primary setting. This was initially for academic years 2013-2014 to 2015-2016 but has been recently extended into the next parliament to 2020.

The aim of the funding is to improve the quality of Sport and PE in every primary school and obtain long term sustainability.  Over £4 million has been allocated of primary schools in Sussex and around £1.5 million allocated to schools at East Sussex.

In the academic year 2016/17, Peacehaven Heights received £9,757 of Primary School Sport Premium funding. The funding will be allocated as follows:

Description

Expenditure

Impact

Lighting for pool

£2,482.00

Children can swim in our onsite pool throughout year which reduces cost of travelling to local pool. This also has a large impact on the children’s confidence and ability to swim unaided.

Enables Peacehaven Heights to sustain high quality swimming to children from Year 1 to 6. Enabling the infants are water confident and KS2 are able to swim 25 metres whilst gaining skills in life-saving.

Pupils successfully participating in the area swimming festivals and the school won the local schools’ swimming gala.

Swimming pool pump

£725.00

Electrical upgrade

£2,730.00

Pool calibration equipment

£130.00

Lifesaving course for teachers

£840.00

 

Teachers are able to take their classes swimming when the swimming teacher is absent. This enables continued development of children’s swimming skills, confidence and understanding of water safety. Also avoids disruption and maximises the use of our onsite pool. 

Additional swimming

To target all swimmers and increase their attainment by 10 metres.  

 

Lesson time is extended and targeted to those pupils not expected to reach the standard so that all remaining non swimmers achieve 25 metres thus meeting the statutory requirements of the national curriculum for PE.

 

All pupils can perform safe rescue over a varied distance so they are confident and safe in water.

 

Utilise the swimming coach based at the swimming pool to work alongside teachers.

 

Pupils from Yr 3 to Yr6 swim all year round. KS1 pupils swim during the Summer terms. 

 

Further swimming experiences:

Attending swimming galas, participation in ‘Drowning Prevention week’, participating in ‘Swimamthons’, developing water skills including learning about local beach safety and the risks that water can pose eg rip tides, currents etc. 

£7000.00

 

  • The percentage of Year 6 pupils that could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left at the end of last academic year was 99%
  • The  percentage of Year 6 pupils that could use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke] when they left at the end of last academic year was 99%
  • The percentage of Year 6 that pupils could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left at the end of last academic year was 90%

 

PE resources

£610.57

£136.00

Range of PE equipment to ensure high quality teaching of PE by teachers. Resources included equipment for the following sports: football, hockey, tennis, dodgeball and athletics. In addition to this, we have been able to offer free after school clubs for 5 terms (girls’ football, hockey, dodgeball x 2 and tennis.

As a result of the increase of PE equipment, we have seen an huge increase in our sporting achievements. This has included:
* winning the Year 6 football tournament
* winning the Year 4 football tournament
* winning two netball tournaments
* winning the cross country championship
* winning the swimming gala
* 2nd place at District Sports
 

Early years resources

£700.00

Range of PE equipment to ensure high quality teaching of PE by teachers. Early years resources have enabled the development of the key physical skills in both nursery and reception.

Coach to District Sports

£325.00

Coach provided transport to Lewes athletics track for 52 children; this enabled them to participate in District Sports. We had our most successful year on record and came a very close second place.
District Sports developed the children’s sporting skills and sportsmanship. 

 

It is expected that in the academic year 2017/18, Peacehaven Heights will receive £19470.00 of Primary School Sport Premium funding. The funding will be allocated as follows:

Description

Intended Expenditure

Expected Impact

Additional swimming

To target all swimmers and increase their attainment by 10 metres.  

 

Lesson time is extended and targeted to those pupils not expected to reach the standard so that all remaining non swimmers achieve 25 metres thus meeting the statutory requirements of the national curriculum for PE.

 

All pupils can perform safe rescue over a varied distance so they are confident and safe in water.

 

Utilise the swimming coach based at the swimming pool to work alongside teachers.

 

Pupils from Yr 3 to Yr6 swim all year round. KS1 pupils swim during the Summer terms. 

 

Further swimming experiences

Attending swimming galas, participation in ‘Drowning Prevention week’, participating in ‘Swimathons’, developing water skills including learning about local beach safety and the risks that water can pose eg rip tides, currents etc. 

£7000.00

Pupils’ confidence is increased in the water. 100% of pupils increase their swimming distance by 10 metres.

 

The percentage of Year 6 pupils that can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they leave at the end of the academic year will be in line with or above last year with an intended target of 100%.

The percentage of Year 6 pupils that can use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke] when they leave at the end of the academic year will be in line with or above last year with an intended target of 100%.

 

The percentage of Year 6 that pupils can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they leave at the end of the academic year will be in line with or above last year.

The swimming coach/teachers will work together to ensure all staff involved are confident and secure in teaching swimming.

Facilitating swimming lessons for all pupils will lead to the intended target of 100% of pupils leaving Yr6 being able to meet the statutory requirements of the national curriculum for PE.

 

 

 

Introduction of Monday mile led by Year 5/6 pupils

 Purchase equipment to facilitate: mile leader bibs/whistles/mile trackers

 

 

 

 

 

Create year 5/6 P.E leaders to run games and activities at break/lunch time

Purchase sports leader equipment to facilitate: sport leader bibs/whistles/playground equipment.

£500.00 equipment

£316.00 supply costs

More pupils become engaged with physical activity outside of PE lessons leading to improved wellbeing both physically and mentally. Children return to classes in a ready to learn mind frame.

More pupils participate in the Brighton Mini Mile Marathon.

 

 

 

Pupils lead more active playtimes leading to improved physical fitness, mental wellbeing and behaviour.

Older pupils take responsibility for learning and sharing new skills to younger pupils in the school. Older pupils become experienced in organising physical activity.

 

 

Attend all competitions possible held by Primary PE Partnership including events during school time.

 

Supply cover to allow PE lead to attend competitions with pupils and parents and organise events.

 

 

£100 Seahaven Academy costs

 

 

 

£316.00 supply costs

Pupils feel proud to represent their school in local sporting competitions.

Pupils are encouraged to lead a more active lifestyle.

Fully inclusive opportunities doe pupils who might not necessarily attend out of school physical sports clubs.

Higher profile for the school in local community and celebrations through assemblies and newsletters.

Audit staff and facilitate whole school PE INSET led by outside organisation.

£1795.00

Staff confidence and knowledge and understanding will improve leading to better pupil engagement, pupil progress in PE and a broader impact of PE across the school.

Re-write and update PE planning across the school following PE lead CPD.

PE lead to model sessions to staff across the school.

£798.00 supply costs

Continuity of skills, breadth and coverage is ensured across the school leading to better progress and attainment in PE.

Staff feel supported in their delivery of PE.

Re-stock and replace school sports day resources.

£200.00 equipment costs

Pupils have appropriate equipment to use during sports day events. Event is successful and celebrated.

Celebration assemblies held after every sporting event.

Dedicated P.E notice board placed in both school entrances.

 

£160.00 notice boards

 

£30.00 certificates

Profile and celebration of sport and physical exercise is raised across the 2 sites.

 

 

Following audit of PE equipment across the school replenish/replace.

£220.00

Safe equipment for pupils to use during lessons, play times, competitions and after school clubs.

Replace year group football goals at junior site.

£860.00

4 x sets of goals for years 3,4,5 and 6

Safe equipment for pupils to use during lessons, play times, competitions and after school clubs.

 

Subtotal: £12295.00

 

 

 

Carry Forward: £7175.00

 

District Sports 2016
District Sports 
Sports Day 2015
Sports Day 
Sports Day 2015
Sports Day 
Sports Day 2015
Sports Day 

If you would like a copy of this report please click here Primary School Sport Premium Report