PE & Sports Premium (including swimming competency)

Tarporley Church of England Primary School PE Sport Funding 2022 – 2023

The government have announced that they will be continuing to providing the additional funding of £320 million per annum to improve provision of physical education (PE) and Sport in primary schools. This funding is jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport.

Purpose of the premium

The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, in the 2022 to 2023 academic year, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.

Funding for 2022 to 2023:

Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £5 per pupil as recorded in the annual schools census in January 2020. Tarporley Church of England Primary School will receive a total of £18,340 for the academic year of 2021-2022 (amount still to be confirmed).

**Link to follow once released**

 

Primary PE and Sport Premium – 2022-2023

School Name: Tarporley CE Primary                   Academic Year: 2022/23                    Total amount Allocated: £18,340 (TBC)     

 

Focus Area Identified

Planned action

Success Criteria

Premium Allocated

Impact

Evidence

Sustainability

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE

8 x 6 week blocks of curriculum support for class teachers

Improved teaching and Learning. More confidence and Subject knowledge. More active and engaging lessons.

S4YC Package (Total £7600)

Children receive quality first teaching through development of teacher confidence and practice.

Teacher observations

Teacher voice

Pupil voice

 

CPD for staff members where they are able to continue to apply their learnt skills to support children’s development in PE.

Subject Leader Support 3 x ½ days

SL has a better understanding of the role. Creates more opportunities for pupils. Develops key aspects of curriculum and extra-curricular.

Edsential - £ TBC

Teachers are confident in their delivery and assessment of PE due to strong leadership. Subject leader will be supported to select appropriate and sustainable choices when allocating the budget.

Staff meeting minutes.

Teacher voice.

Subject leader file.

Ongoing support and delivery of PE curriculum, with training provided to all teachers.

Investment in SOW and assessment tool provided by S4YC – iPEP.

Improved teaching and Learning. More confidence and Subject knowledge. More active and engaging lessons.

Assessment of PE across all classes using iPEP.

S4YC Package

Children receive quality first teaching through development of teacher confidence and practice.

Teachers are training in how to use the iPEP planning too as well as the assessment tool.

Teacher observations

Teacher voice

Pupil voice

 

CPD for staff members where they are able to continue to apply their learnt skills to support children’s development in PE.

Subscription to AfPE.

Assist SL to implement and update Sports Premium policy accordingly.

PE lead to implement safe practice across the school and update policy accordingly.

£89 – Annual subscription

Improved confidence of SL to manage Sports Premium and allocation of funds.

Health and Safety protocols and procedures followed at all times.

PE Sports Premium Report (highlighting spending)

CPD for staff members where they are able to continue to apply their learnt skills to support children’s development in PE.

     

Focus Area Identified

Planned action

Success Criteria

Premium Allocated

Impact

Evidence

Sustainability

A broader range of sports and activities offered to ALL pupils

KS1 & KS2 access to clubs including:  gymnastics, multi skills, girls football etc.

 

KS2 access to lunchtime clubs: E.g. football clubs

Increased participation amongst targeted year groups in new sports and activities.

S4YC Package

Children engaged in healthy activities – for enjoyment, progression and exercise. To increase fitness and motivation.

Data collected on iPEP database relating to involvement of children in sessions and more engagement across each class.

An increase of children attending linked clubs (Dance after school club) or joining local clubs in the community (Tarporley Handball Club & local cricket teams).

Children sustaining an interest in attending these clubs.

Extra-Curricular activities (E.G. Gymnastics, karate, KS1 football club)

Increased participation amongst targeted pupils or least active.

S4YC Package

Children engaged in healthy activities – for enjoyment, progression and exercise. To increase fitness and motivation.

Club data analysis

An increase of children entering into clubs and sustaining an interest in attending clubs throughout the year.

Equipment for lessons and competitions.

(E.g. equipment for playtimes.)

Suitable equipment to take part in sporting activities. Increased activity time during lessons as pupils have more equipment to use.

£ TBC

Children are engaged in training, competition and feedback to peers to motivate others to join clubs/competitions.

Competition data analysis.

Children to continue to access clubs and take part in competitive sports.

 

Cricket sessions

Increased participation amongst targeted year groups in new sports and activities.

£ TBC

Children engaged in healthy activities – for enjoyment, progression and exercise. To increase fitness and motivation.

Feedback from teachers.

Lesson observations.

An increase of children entering into clubs and sustaining an interest in attending clubs throughout the year.

 

Focus Area Identified

Planned action

Success Criteria

Premium Allocated

Impact

Evidence

Sustainability

Increased participation in competitive sport

Sandstone Sports Competition Partnership with Tarporley High School.

Increased pupil engagement in competitions and changing attitudes towards competing.

£ TBC

Children are able to compete at a local level, with a range of children working as a team to train and take part. Children have a purpose for exercise and an enjoyment for competing.

Children engaging in further competitive sports. 

Children accessing competitions.

 

Focus Area Identified

Planned action

Success Criteria

Premium Allocated

Impact

Evidence

Sustainability

The increase general health and wellbeing across the school. 

 

 

 

Personal Best Programme

Increased engagement in physical activity, self-esteem and confidence. Changing attitudes towards being active.

 

Edsential Premium Package - TBC

Children who are previously unengaged in sporting activities are now engaging.  Children to live healthier lives with more frequent engagement in sport.

Children will learn to become more resilient, confident and improve their own self-esteem.

Club data demonstrating new requests for sporting activities.

Children to be encouraged to maintain participation in sports through engagement in clubs.

 

Teach Active subscription (Maths and English)

Increased engagement and activity amongst children in the school during maths and English lessons.

£975

This resource can be used as a hook into a lesson, an ‘active’ resource to support a teaching point in class, and/or a plenary/consolidation resource.

 

The use of this resource will enable learning to become ‘sticky’ and skills taught will be easier to recall and will provide a hook for the children to place their learning on.

Insight data analysis

Teacher feedback

Lesson observations

Teachers will gain insightful ideas and methods to engage their children and help them to learn in a more ‘sticky’ fashion to help retain the information.

Total Allocation

(including balance brought forward form 18/19)

£18,340 (Yearly allocation tbc) + 2,752.05 (balance brought forward) =

£21,092.05

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Spend (to date)

£8,664

 

 

 

 

 

Remaining Allocation

£12,428.05

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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