PE and Sport Premium

Sports Premium Funding

Annual Report

At Nailsworth we recognise the contribution of PE to our fit and health school vision, which includes the well-being of every child. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children.

Our aim is to provide opportunities to engage all children in being fit and healthy and to engage reluctant participation. The fit and healthy outcomes we wish for children leaving at the end of Keystage 2 are:

Fit

BE (VALUES) –
Strengthen the Spirit
 DO –
Take massive action, Copy role models
HAVE (SKILLS AND OPPPORTUNITIES) –
Feed the mind, Strengthen the  body
  • “Can do” attitude
  • Determined to do their best
  • Positive
  • Proud of their achievements
  • Self-assured
  • Confident
  • Ambitious
  • Team player
  • Encouraging
  • Determined to win
  • Willing to loose
  • Gracious in defeat
  • Best they can be
  • Persistent
  • Love participating in sport
  • Represent the school
  • Sustain being in a club
  • Exercise each day
  • Run a mile without stopping
  • Swim 100m unaided
  • Ride a bike safely
  • Touch the floor with hands and straight legs
  • Ball skills
  • Swimming strokes
  • Co-ordination including hand eye co-ordination
  • Stamina
  • Agility and Speed
  • Flexibility and Balance
  • Posture
  • Communication skills
  • Tried something new / confidence to try new physical challenges
  • Confidence

Healthy

BE (VALUES) –
Strengthen the Spirit
DO –
Take massive action, Copy role models
HAVE (SKILLS AND OPPPORTUNITIES) –
Feed the mind, Strengthen the  body
  • Happy with who they are
  • Passionate about healthy food
  • Responsible about own:
    • Feelings
    • Body
    • Thoughts
  • Enjoying life
  • Self-assured
  • Brave
  • Encouraging, Compassionate
  • Listening, Reflective, Thankful, Trusting
  • Cook: contribute to making a meal; use sharp equipment safely
  • Make healthy eating choices
  • Talk to someone about worries or concerns
  • Supported other children in difficulty
  • Sleep well (minimum 9 hours sleep)
  • Drink min 2L of water per day
  • Eat 5-7 pieces of fruit and vegetable a day
  • Ability to cook a simple meal from scratch
  • Knowledge of what is/isn’t healthy
  • Confidence to ask for help
  • Different ways of resolving issues with self and others
  • Knowledge of how to change things that don’t work
  • Language to share their own feelings in order to be understood
  • Compassion to support others through challenging times

Our Primary School Sport’s Funding continues to enable us to extend our provision through employing additional sports professionals, entering into more competitive sports competitions, training our staff to deliver in-house quality PE sessions, as well as, increasing the quality and range of equipment and activities.

How we use our Sports funding?

The Sports funding is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.  The government has continued to spend additional money to the existing £450 million they spent between academic years 2013/2014 to 2015/ 2016.

Each school will receive £16,000 plus an extra £5 per pupil each year; here at Nailsworth CE Primary that will mean just over £17,000 a year.  We have used it as follows:

Our rationale for the spending of the funding is:-

  • Ensure enough equipment and facilities for all pupils to enjoy PE and achieve their potential
  • Ensure staff have correct training, experience and confidence to deliver quality PE and Sport
  • Increase participation in intra-school events, inter-school events and extra-curricular activities
  • Improve provision for able pupils and reluctant pupils
  • Introduce children to new sports and opportunities
  • Link fit and healthy activities together, supporting the school vision

We have a particular focus in PE this year for children to develop stamina in their chosen sport.

2018-19

In the academic year of September 2018 to August 2019 we expect to receive £17,680 based on the latest Sports Funding details. We are waiting confirmation of the full amount.

We plan to invest in:-

  • Equipment including renewables for example Goblin Go-kart challenge, bark for running track, new board games, storage shed in playground for active playground activities
  • Innovative ideas upgrading playground markings, open water swimming training and mountain walking
  • Develop mentoring with FGR Football Academy
  • Work with Psalms Sports Ministers to develop family sporting opportunities; end of day family rowing/circuits fitness; active RE
  • Continue to train staff to professional coaching levels and plus fund relevant professional memberships
  • Continue participation in intra-school events, inter-school events and extra-curricular activities – continue to fund swimming gala and triathlon
  • Continue to upgrade and bring in new equipment which can be used by all pupils
  • Continue to improve provision for able pupils and reluctant sports pupils, for example invest in the Goblin Challenge, Chess Club, Fencing Club, Archery Club, Rowing Club, Trampolining
  • Funding entry to competitions: Goblin Challenge, Chess tournament in London, Country dancing
  • Funding additional sporting opportunities: Fencing, Tennis, Cycle proficiency, Inter schools competitions, School Swimming Gala and Triathlons
  • New opportunities: family yoga; KS1 Multi skills; Ballet; Dance Festival; Quad kids; KS1 Ball Skills Club
  • Increase percentage of children in Key stage 2 who do at least two clubs a week and doing 2.5 hours of Physical Activity a week at school (average 30mins a day) when club attendance is added to PE and swimming sessions (80%+).

2017-18

In the academic year of September 2017 to August 2018 we received £17,870.  We spent the grant on:-

  • Equipment including renewables for example Goblin Go-kart challenge, and Forest School. Replacement items, such as Reception pedal bikes, gymnastic equipment
  • Innovative ideas bringing rowing into school including creating a fitness gym; supporting the Grant 106 monies of £45,000 for a multi user games area
  • Further developed links with FGR Football Academy
  • Work with Psalms Sports Ministers to develop family sporting opportunities; start of day family rowing/circuits fitness; netball for parents, walking football
  • Trained staff to professional coaching levels; update trampolining coaches; Forest school training (physical activity in the woods). Plus fund relevant professional memberships
  • Participated in the intra-school events, inter-school events and extra-curricular activities – funded swimming gala and triathlon
  • Upgraded and brought in new equipment which can be used by all pupils
  • Improved provision for able pupils and reluctant sports pupils, for example invested in the Goblin Challenge, Chess Club, Fencing Club, Archery Club, Rowing Club, Trampolining
  • Funded entry to competitions: Goblin Challenge, Chess tournament in London
  • Funded additional sporting opportunities: Fencing, Tennis, Cycle proficiency, Inter schools competitions, School Swimming Gala and Triathlons
  • New opportunities: family yoga; KS1 Multi skills; Ballet; Dance Festival; Quad kids; KS1 Ball Skills Club.

Impact:

  • Free time behaviour continues to improve as children are more actively occupied clubs and activities: enjoyment of lunch times and break times has increased 6% to 92% and 7% to 90% respectively
  • 75% of children do 4 hours or more physical activity or sport a week. 20% of children do 8 hours or more a week.
  • Staff skills and confidence in teaching aspects of PE continue to improve, including swimming
  • Children continued to receive quality sports coaching from outside providers and increased their skills in the relevant sports; including fencing and martial arts
  • 93% of children said in the Gloucestershire Children and Young People’s Health and Lifestyle Survey 2018 that the school has a lot of activities (sport and drama) to take part in – one of the highest in county.
  • Awards evening with guest from FGR
  • New opportunities; including a Fencing competition and a number of Chess competitions both in school and against other schools
  • Multi user games area project completed
  • Fitness gym project completed with 15 rowing machines
  • Wide range of clubs and activities provided in the year: Archery, Athletics Club (indoor and outdoor) , Basketball Club, Change for life, Chess/Board games, Cookery, Country Dance Club, Cricket Club, Cross Stitch Club, Dance Club, Design Technology, Drama Club Junior and Senior, Fitness  Club, Football Club, Fun Football, Fencing, Homework, I Pad Club, Martial Arts Club , Multi – Skills, Netball Club ,Performance Drama ,Pulsar Club, Reading Club, Gymnastics, Rough and Tumble, Rounders, Rugby Club, Running Club, Cross sitch Club, Singing Club, Tag-Rugby Club yr2/3, Table Tennis Club, Tennis Club, Wild Life and Gardening

2016-2017

In the academic year of September 2016 to August 2017 we received £8,800.

We spent the grant on:-

  • Equipment including renewables for example Goblin Go-kart challenge
  • Innovative ideas bringing archery into school
  • Funding entry to competitions: Goblin Challenge, Chess tournament in London, Country dancing
  • Funding additional sporting opportunities: Fencing, Tennis, Cycle proficiency, Inter schools competitions, School Swimming Gala and Triathlons
  • Training in swimming (ASA swimming training programme; two people) including teachers working along swimming coaches
  • Open up restricted areas of school grounds: Nature area
  • Work with Olympic Rower Peter Reid to inspire children into sport: seek Awards for All funding for rowing machines
  • New opportunities: fencing, board/card games, Design Technology club
  • Make provision for additional extras to support of the Multi User Games Area (MUGA) project; including playground markings around the MUGA

Impact:

  • Free time behaviour continues to improve as children are more actively occupied clubs and activities: enjoyment of lunch times and breaktimes has increased 6% to 92% and 7% to 90% respectively
  • Staff skills and confidence in teaching aspects of PE continue to improve, including swimming
  • Children continued to receive quality sports coaching from outside providers and increased their skills in the relevant sports; including fencing and martial arts
  • All children have enjoyed being active and sporty; 82% say they enjoy sport in school.97% of children said in the Gloucestershire Children and Young People’s Health and Lifestyle Survey 2016 that the school has a lot of activities (sport and drama) to take part in – highest in Gloucestershire.
  • Awards evening with guest Peter Reid sharing the introduction of the new Nailsworth Town Council Peter Reid Sporting Award
  • New opportunities; including a Fencing competition and a number of Chess competitions both in school and against other schools
  • Multi user games area project delayed due to the contractor going into receivership
  • Wide range of clubs and activities provided in the year: Archery, Athletics Club (indoor and outdoor) , Basketball Club, Change for life, Chess/Board games, Cookery, Country Dance Club, Cricket Club, Cross Stitch Club, Dance Club, Design Technology, Drama Club Junior and Senior, Fitness  Club, Football Club, Fun Football, Fencing, Homework, I Pad Club, Martial Arts Club , Multi – Skills, Netball Club ,Performance Drama ,Pulsar Club, Reading Club, Gymnastics, Rough and Tumble, Rounders, Rugby Club, Running Club, Cross sitch Club, Singing Club, Tag-Rugby Club yr2/3, Table Tennis Club, Tennis Club, Wild Life and Gardening

2015-16

In the academic year of September 2015 to August 2016 we received £8,765.

We spent the grant on:-

  • Equipment including innovative ideas such as Goblin go-karts, 400m bark running track
  • Training including teachers working along cricket coaches, archery coaches, swimming coaches
  • Developing more clubs at lunchtime and directing children who struggle with free time to participate in structured activities

Impact:

  • Our run a marathon, walk a corridor summer challenge engaged a high number of children running around the running track clocking up miles towards a marathon
  • New equipment enhanced children’s enjoyment of PE lessons
  • Free time behaviour continues to improve as children are more actively occupied clubs and activities: enjoyment of lunch times and breaktimes has increased 6% to 86% and 12% to 83% respectively
  • Staff skills and confidence in teaching aspects of PE continue to improve
  • Children continued to receive quality sports coaching from outside providers and increased their skills in the relevant sports
  • Continuation of   ‘Fizzy’ and ‘Change for Life’ clubs to increase reluctant sports children getting fitter
  • Raised the profile of the end of Year Sports and Arts award evening with a greater range in the profile of children either being nominated or awarded prizes
  • All children have enjoyed being active and sporty; 86% say they enjoy sport in schooland it continues to be a favourable area of school.
  • Wide range of clubs and activities provided in the year: Archery, Athletics Club , Basketball Club, Change for life, Cookery, Country Dance Club, Cricket Club, Cross Stitch Club, Dance Club, Dance, Drama Club Junior and Senior, Fitness  Club, Football Club, Fun Football ,I Pad Club, Martial Arts Club ,Multi – Skills, Netball Club ,Performance Drama ,Pulsar Club, Reading Club, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Rough and Tumble, Rounders, Rugby Club, Sewing Club, Singing Club, Tag-Rugby Club yr2/3, Table Tennis Club, Tennis Club, Wheelie Club, and Wild Life and Gardening

2014-15

In the academic year of September 2014 to August 2015 we received £8,481.

We spent the grant on:-

  • Equipment including innovative ideas such as a trampoline, 400m bark running track
  • Training including teachers working along cricket coaches, archery coaches, swimming coaches
  • New intra-sports developed including KS2 triathlon, tag rugby and netball
  • Developing new links including orienteering at Westonbirt.

Impact:

  • Fit and healthy is now a clear and integrated aspect of school life; our approach helped secure a £17,000 grant to create a children’s kitchen working with the chefs as part of the Food Education project
  • Triathlon included teacher and parent participation and many children surprising themselves over the event
  • New equipment enhanced children’s enjoyment of PE lessons; trampolining club has engaged more reluctant sports pupils
  • Lunchtime behaviour continues to improve as children are more actively occupied with running track all year long
  • Staff skills and confidence in teaching aspects of PE continue to improve, including dance and gymnastics, rough and tumble club
  • Children continued to receive quality sports coaching from outside providers and increased their skills in the relevant sports
  • Continuation of   ‘Fizzy’ and ‘Change for Life’ clubs to increase reluctant sports children getting fitter
  • All children have enjoyed being active and sporty; 83% continue say they enjoy sport in school and it continues to be a favourite area of school (surpassed this year by Arts and Crafts). We have had record numbers to the more traditional clubs of football, netball, athletics with nearly half of KS2 attending.
  • Wide range of clubs and activities provided in the year: Archery, Athletics Club , Basketball Club, Change for life, Cookery, Country Dance Club, Cricket Club, Cross Stitch Club, Dance Club, Dance, Drama Club Junior and Senior, Fitness  Club, Football Club, Fun Football ,I Pad Club, Martial Arts Club ,Multi – Skills, Netball Club ,Performance Drama ,Pulsar Club, Reading Club, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Rough and Tumble, Rounders, Rugby Club, Sewing Club, Singing Club, Tag-Rugby Club yr2/3, Table Tennis Club, Tennis Club, Wheelie Club, and Wild Life and Gardening

2013-14

In the academic year of September 2013 to August 2014 we received £5312. We spent the grant on:-

  • Equipment including for innovative sports such as boxing, climbing walls, scooter ramps, fitness through dance
  • Training including innovative sports training in trampolining, ‘Fizzy’ and ‘Change for Life’; and teachers working along cricket coaches, England rugby coaches
  • New intra-sports developed including KS2 swimming gala and new inter-school sports such as archery, gymnastics, quad kids, boys netball
  • Worked with more qualified coaches in rugby, cricket and football; organised sporting opportunities with local clubs including tennis and table tennis; increase swimming opportunities
  • Close links with local Sports Minister specialising in basketball and cricket; invited parents to join in summer rounders

Impact:

  • Swimming lessons for all children; years 1 and 2 (6 weeks of 1 hour lessons); KS2 (13 weeks of 1 hour lessons)
  • The school took part in more district and area competitions; indoor athletics, gymnastics 
  • New equipment enhanced children’s enjoyment of PE lessons; Reception accessing climbing and gym equipment
  • Lunchtime behaviour has improved as children are more actively occupied with basket ball and scootering; both have engaged more disaffected boys.
  • Staff skills and confidence in teaching aspects of PE have improved
  • Children received quality sports coaching from outside providers and increased their skills in the relevant sports
  • Increased clubs for KS2 and KS1 children; greater participation of children. Selective invites to ‘Fizzy’ and ‘Change for Life’ clubs to increase reluctant sports children getting fitter
  • All children have enjoyed being active and sporty; 80% say they enjoy sport in schooland a third say it is their most favourite thing in school. Many children have enjoyed playing rounders with their parents
  • 68% of children said in the Gloucestershire Schools Healthy Living survey that they do 4 or more hours of sport a week, slightly more than the Gloucestershire average. 10% of children do under an hour of sport a week which is similar to the Gloucestershire average.
  • Also from the Gloucestershire Schools Healthy Living survey 34% of children said they wanted to know more about being fitter and 25% said they wanted to have more opportunity for physical activity
  • Wide range of clubs and activities provided in the year: Art and Crafts Club, Athletics Club, Basketball Club, Cards Club, Cookery Club, Cricket Club, Cross Country, Cross Stitch Club, Drama Club, Dance Club, Family Rounders, Football Club, Fun and Games, Gym Club, ICT iPAD Club, Indoor Athletics, Martial Arts Club, Mentors Club, Multi – Skills Games Club, Netball Club, Pulsar Club, Reading Club, Rough and Tumble, Rugby Club, Running / Fitness  Club, Sewing Club, Singing Club, Skipping Club, Tennis Club, Wheelie Club, Wild Life and Gardening and Zumba.

Primary School’s Sports Funding

Report Author: Mark Davis, Inclusion Manager