Sports Premium

Sport and PE funding

Since 2013/14 the Government has provided funding of over £150 million per annum to support Primary School sport funding. This funding, which the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport jointly provide, sees money going directly to Primary Schools to spend on improving the quality of Sport and PE for all their children.

 We aim to achieve a self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and Sport in our school and to ensure that our spending of the PE and Sport Premium will have a long lasting impact.

2018-19

Sports Funding Report 2018-19

What was are we spending it on?

Cost

Sports coaches 1:1 CPD for NQT

£1530.00 (1hr x39wks)

Additional lunchtime club

£720.00 ( 1 hr x 39wks)

Intervention sessions (nurture group & others)

£1530.00 (1hr x 39 wks)

Fitness tracking 1 k a day X 3 & cost of individual trackers

£750.00

Additional support for PE and sport related activities at Lunchtime

£2,340.00

Wellbeing Programme (PE /School Sport & PSHE links)

£3060.00

Events & cost of transport

£1,400.00

PE Courses & conference

£600.00

Update and new PE/Sport resources

£1,000.00

Forest School training & resources

£6020

2017-18

Grant to school is £16,000 plus £10 per pupil. Cherry Tree Academy's grant for 2017-18 was £18,530

What was it spent on?

Cost

Sports coaches 1:1 CPD for NQT

£1020 (1hr x24 wks)

Events (transport & release cover)

£1400

PE Courses and Conference (incl. bikeability training)

£600

Employment of Mr Day to provide additional lunchtime sporting activities

£1550

Extra-Curricular Clubs

£600

Equipment including provision of Balanceability bikes for reception (£1475)

£4100

Curriculum enhancements (nurture provision/school of military)

£3720

Sports Coach – lunchtime provision 1hr x 24 weeks

£600

Forest School training & resources

£4800

Contingency

£140

Total: £18,530

Impact

Academic Year:2017/18

Total fund allocated: £

Date Updated:

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

Percentage of total allocation:

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

To improve the quality of playtime and lunchtime provision for all pupils.

To promote positive behavior during lunch and play times.

To improve the fitness and stamina of pupils by increasing the number of children/classes completing 1k a day

Implement a programme of staff CPD to lunch time supervisors.

Training of Year 5 playground leaders to support activities at play/lunch times.

To provide the resources for play/lunch time activities

Employment of Mr.Day to engage different groups of children at lunch times, including some of our most challenging children.

Additional lunchtime Club targeting Y5/6

Class 7 to complete 1k a day alongside Class 4 who continue to access the programme.

£300

£1550

£600

Year 5 and 6 children now trained to help deliver activities. One of the most popular ‘goalie’.

Lunchtime supervisors report less incidents of fallouts and of them needing to intervene as children are more engaged and have specific activities to focus on.

See table below of incidents from January - April

Club targets the Year 5/6 classes and individual children who specifically need to be focused and directed to activity at lunchtime to reduce negative incidences. Also used as an incentive to promote positive behavior throughout the week as the club is held on Fridays.

Both classes really focused and are in training for and looking forward to a Year 2/4 running competition in July where they will wear a tracker, which will record their own achievements and be used to compare to other children across Wakefield.

Year 5 to lead activities next year and train up the year 5 cohort.

To maintain the employment of Mr Day next year as a result of the impact, Also looking to release SF over lunchtime to increase opportunities for active lunchtimes with specific activities/ areas.

Very popular with the children when asked for pupil voice at the end of the year. Aim to maintain and provide for the whole year.

Whole school to complete 1k a day from September 2018 based on the success this year.

Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Percentage of total allocation:

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

To improve the leadership of PE

To raise the profile of PE/Sport

PE Conference & CPD

Cover and course cost

Additional PE sessions targeting key children

Inter-school competitions

School Of Military

Forest School Training

Resources to facilitate Forest School Activities

Equipment and Resources replaced and new sports/activities provided for.

£384.50

£1020

£2100

£1000

£4000

£2500

A weekly session (x 24 weeks) targeting key children, including those currently accessing the nurture room and other key children in various year groups. For some children it is used as an incentive to complete behavior charts and improve behavior, for others it is used more increase confidence, resilience and teamwork.

Children across school very enthusiastic to represent the school at a number of inter-school competitions. All staff consistent in raising the expectations of those children chosen for events as those children consistently making the right choices.

“Children’s behaviour is better when there is an goal to work towards” (KK)

Quality resources provided

Size 3 Footballs KS1

Handball kit

Badminton rackets/ nets

Nurture Room Provision

Javelins

Again pupil voive suggests this is an popular way of increasing PE Sport and as a way of giving some of our pupils a way of channeling various issues. Plan to continue this provision next year.

MAT Tournaments planned for 2018-19

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

Percentage of total allocation:

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

To gain an understanding of staff confidence and skills

To provide CPD where necessary

Staff survey and responses analysed to identify strengths and areas for development.

Specialist coach to work alongside NQT

Specialist coach to work alongside Year 4 teacher.

Specialist coach to work alongside Year 1 and 1/2 teacher.

CPD for all staff on OAA

Balanceability training

£1020

£221.50

Weekly session x 24 weeks to support in a wide range of activities including gymnastics, striking and fielding and invasion games.

Featherstone Rovers coach to work alongside Year 4 teacher over 6 weeks to improve confidence in delivering invasion games.

Featherstone Rovers coach to deliver the Sky Try Programme to all children in KS1 culminating in a Sky Try Festival.

Staff meeting to update staff on the new courses marked out for orienteering. (3/5/18)

Year 4 and Year 1 teachers both commenting how much the children enjoyed the activity.

Reception teacher training

RB now feels much more confident in teaching a range of games and gymnastic skills.

SF More confident with invasion games skills.

OAA skills taught across all key stages either by staff themselves or covered by SF & NA in PPA (LKS2)

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

Percentage of total allocation:

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Additional achievements:

To expand the range of sports offered in PE lessons

To increase opportunities for after school activities

OAA introduced to all children

Pupil voice ascertaining wishes of children resulting in a range of new sports.

Purchase of balanceability bikes to deliver balanceability across reception

Coaches to deliver specific activities as asked for by the children

Gymnastic Club

Musical Theatre Club

FA-SSE Wildcats Girls Football training

Chess Club

£221.50

£1100

£300

£300

£221.50

Quidditch Year 5/6 children all had taster sessions and finished the day with a mixed year group intra competition.

Balanceability bikes (reception)

11 Year 5 Children experienced new sports at Sportober event at Pontefract squash club (squash, badminton, table tennis, circuit training).

Pontefract squash club coach to deliver badminton sessions to Year 5/6.

New Clubs were popular and well attended

An average of 38 Girls attending FA-SSE Wildcats Football Centre.

Training and resources purchased so can continue this provision in the future.

Five children have taken up the sport and regularly attend the badminton sessions throughout the week and on Saturdays.

See analysis of after school clubs.

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation:

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

To increase the number of intra school competitions

To increase the number of inter school tournaments.

Curriculum of PE linked to the tournaments.

All children to take part in a range of intra school competitions linked to the MAT competitions.

Both key stages to have a competitive Sports Day

MATlympics

Cost of transport

Autumn Tournaments

Spring Tournaments

Summer Tournaments

Sky Try Festival

Cost of transport

Year 2/4 Running Competition

Tag Rugby Tournament

Football League

£300

£1000

Planning forwarded to staff.eg. korfball, Scatterball etc

Class/year groups/classes regularly compete in intra school competitions in a range of sports.

Year 1/2 Football, Benchball, Scatterball

Year 3/4 Football/ Korfball/ Rounders/Cricket

Year 5/6 Quidditch/Football/Handball/Cricket/Rounders

10 children from each year group to represent school at MATlympics event.

All key stages (KS1, LKS2, UKS2) represented the school at the MAT Football Tournaments in the Autumn term. UKS2 winners of the Football trophy.

All key stages (KS1,LKS2,UKS2) represented the school at the MAT Spring Tournaments, Benchball, Korfball, Handball.

KS1 runners up in the Scatterball competition.

All key stages (KS1,LKS2,UKS2) represented the school at the MAT Summer Tournaments,

Scatterball, Cricket, Rounders

All KS1 children (90children) attending the Sky Try Festival competing against other children in Wakefield.

Class 4 and 7 (60 children) competing in a running competition against other schools in Wakefield

10 Year 5/6 mixed boys/girls competed in the Tag Rugby Tournament against 31 other Wakefield schools.

Cherry Tree Football Team compete in a local Football League.

As of December 2017, top of the League! As yet unbeaten!

All tournaments already planned for next year.

Class 4 1st out of 27 Wakefield Schools.

Class 7 2nd out 0f 27 Wakefield schools.

July 2018 – still unbeaten!

Swimming Data

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

Summer

2016-17

Summer

2017-18

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?

32% 53.1%

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?

32% 53.1%

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?

32% 53.1%

Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?

Yes/No Yes/No