The Rookeries Carleton Junior, Infant & Nursery School

Rookeries Carleton Junior & Infant School

Life at The Rookeries Carleton Junior, Infant & Nursery School Life at The Rookeries Carleton Junior, Infant & Nursery School Life at The Rookeries Carleton Junior, Infant & Nursery School

Sports Premium Funding - The Rookeries

* The Sports Premium Funding action plan is currently under review.

This report shows how we spent the grants we received between 2016 and 2017. 

To view the Primary PE Sport Action Plan for 2017-18 Please click here.

                    PRIMARY PE SPORT GRANT REPORT 2016 – 17

Total number of pupils on roll

2016 census: 216

Lump sum

£8,000

Amount SG received per pupil (182 X £5)

£910

Total amount of PPSG received

£8910          

Summary of PPSG 2016 - 17

Objectives of spending PPSG:

To improve the provision of PE at The Rookeries Carleton J, I & N School

To encourage pupils to develop a love of sport and physical activity and for pupils to have increased understanding of how physical activity can help them to adopt a healthy and active lifestyle.

Broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils.

Record of PPSG spending by object / project 2016 - 17

Objectives

Item / project

Outcomes

Cost

To improve the provision of PE by:

Increasing the skill level of staff in the delivery of quality P.E. teaching.

 

Teachers to gain skills and increased confidence in delivery of P.E. teaching.

 

Staff to have greater confidence in planning and delivery of dance

Golden Mile Coach trained staff on how to implement  programme.

 

Further developed links with the curriculum - focused on local interests and history; introduced traditional English dance through Maypole & country dancing.

 

Developed dance programme through structured training for all staff.

 

Termly Wakefield PE network programme e.g. PE safety.

 

 

2 members of staff completed Level 5 Primary PE Specialism Training

Children participating in the Golden Mile Programme and have greater fitness levels

 

Teachers gained skills and increased confidence in delivery of P.E.

 

Staff have greater confidence in planning and delivery of dance.

 

PE leader informed and up to date with latest best practice and able to train other staff.

 

Highly trained sport specialist who can deliver CPD to other staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£250

 

 

£2000

For pupils to have increased understanding of how physical activity can help them to adopt a healthy and active lifestyle.

 

Golden Mile coach; baselined all pupils for basic fitness level; school provided with tracker identifying groups and classes e.g. Y6 girls fitness against the criteria.

 

 

PE planning: golden mile checker sheet for all staff. Warm up for every PE lesson, 3 minute ‘run’, Golden Mile challenge test; how many laps do they do?

This is recorded by the Golden Mile leaders to create a record of progress for individuals and groups.

Pupil’s fitness levels have increased and children have a greater awareness of healthy lifestyles.

Evidence: Golden Mile digital records; individual and class Observations.

 

Children are actively involved in leading the playtime activities.

 

 

£0

To encourage pupils to develop a love of sport and physical activity by:

Organising exciting sessions for children who are less engaged with active lifestyles by increasing purposeful, active provision during lunch time and break time periods, across all phases.

Ensured that school equipment was regularly reviewed, updated and kept in good condition and pupils knew how to use it.

 

Employed additional members of staff to support pupils leading play at lunchtime.

 

Continued to develop a rolling programme of sports leaders so that children led other children in purposeful organised games.

 

The children actively engaged in using the equipment effectively.

 

 

Children received awards as Play Leaders and led activities.  Observations confirmed positive behaviours in place.

 

Pupil’s fitness levels have increased and children have a greater awareness of healthy lifestyles.

Evidence: pupil record books, league table posters displayed.

Children increased awareness of what they need to do to improve their fitness levels.

£350

 

 

£4886

 

To extend extra-curricular sporting opportunities for children after school.

 

Reviewed and updated log of pupils who are engaged in extra-curricular activities in and out of school; completed survey for all children in school.

 

Updated termly provision map of extra-curricular activities.

Targeted children who don’t attend extra-curricular activities through provision mapping

 

Offered a wider range of after school sports clubs to children through the Sports Leadership development programme - students from New College.

 

Log of pupils who are engaged in extra-curricular activities generated.  Pupils not engaged were targeted through ‘Achievement for All’ Programme.

Provision map of extra-curricular activities generated.

 

 

More pupils attending school extra-curricular activities.

£300

To develop links with professional sporting bodies.

To invite local sporting groups & individuals to lead taster sessions in a range of sporting activities E.g. Golf, cricket, table tennis.

 

Pupils took opportunities to become engaged with these clubs, increasing active participation.

Free

To participate in a range of festivals and tournaments at a local level.

Continued to ensure a wide range of pupils have the opportunity to participate in the programme of competitive sports arranged by school or the Pontefract Academies Trust and other local organisations and partners.

 

Raised the profile of pupils participating in sporting events representing the Rookeries by ensuring that pupils have an identity and high quality sports kit.

Pupils engaged with PAT and other local programme of competitive sports.

 

All pupils took part in competitive activities with local schools events.

 

Pupils took part in P.E. lessons which encouraged intra-school competition.

£1000

Summary

Total PPSG received

£8910

Total PPSG expenditure

£8786

PPSG remaining

£124

Top-up from school budget

£0