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Holy Family Catholic Primary School

PE

At Holy Family we believe PE is very important and an essential part of the curriculum. Each class have two PE lesson each week, therefore it is vital that children’s PE kits are in school at all times! A PE kit should consist of a pair of white shorts, a red t-shirt and black plimsolls. Children must also have their hair tied up if it is long and remove their earrings. If their earrings cannot be removed you must provide plasters or tape so they can be covered.

We have again been provided  sports premium funding to help with their development of PE. Schools have been given the freedom to use this money as they feel best for the school. Therefore over the course of the year each class will have a Super Star lesson on a Monday afternoon, furthermore Year 2 and Year 3 will have swimming lessons. We will also use the funding to continue to provide the following below.

  1. Providing lunchtime clubs to direct pupils more during this free time period as well as provide them access to coaching in a new sport.
  2. Provide opportunities for pupils to access sports and activities they would not usually be able to. This is really to provide opportunities for pupils to experience sports that would not usually be available to them.
  3. Continuing to provide High Quality PE to all pupils and allow Continuing Professional Development for staff.

Please see the document attached below for a more detailed account of our Sport Premium expenditure.

Due to the new National Curriculum 2014 we will now be competing in more competitions, whether that is within school, the Catholic Cluster or the Patchway Cluster. Children in Key Stage 1 will be taught fundamental skills.

Impact of Sport Premium Money

In April 2013, the government announced new funding for Physical Education (P.E) and sports within schools.  This funding is being used to improve the quality and breath of P.E and sports provision in our school. This year our school had a total of £8938.34 due to money being carried over from the previous academic year.

Action

Cost

Impact

Number of children impacted

Equipment for Reception

£215.72

Reception were able to access PE equipment throughout the day, which encouraged more physical activity and fair play.  Furthermore, they gained independence by accessing the equipment themselves.

15%

Supply

£80

Children were able to attend events.

 

Transport

£528

Children were able to attend sporting events. They built bonds with children from other Catholic Schools and Schools in the local area. Children had the opportunity to build their self-esteem and confidence, furthermore celebrate their own and others’ successes.

37.9%

SuperStars

£2546

High Quality PE to all pupils and allow Continuing Professional Development for staff.

Provided opportunities for pupils to access sports and activities they would not usually be able to. Additionally, provided opportunities for pupils to experience sports that would not usually be available to them.

The SuperStar lunch time club provided all KS1 and KS2 pupils with the option of more direction with games during their free time. It also allowed them to access coaching in a new sport.

100%

Each term the SuperStar after school club linked to an upcoming tournament. Therefore, this meant that children who attended the club and tournament were prepared and confident.

29%

Swimming for Year 2 and transport

£500

Increased the likeliness that all children will be able to swim the required distance by the end of Year 6. Additionally, children gained an understanding of poolside safety and built their confidence in preparation for swimming in Year 3.

15%

 

Spare PE kits

£66

All children were able to take part in PE in the required kit.

9%

Dance Festival

£100

The Dance Festival provided the children with an opportunity to showcase Dance talent. Additionally, it allowed them to be part of a local community, and recognise and respect diversity.

10%

Marking of Netball Pitch

 

£60

We were able to host matches as part of the Catholic netball league. Children experienced competitive sports, whilst building relationships with children within the Emmaus partnership and built resilience and determination.

7%

Football Nets (replacements)

£13.90

We were able to host football matches. Children experienced competitive sports, whilst building relationships with children within the Emmaus partnership and built resilience and determination.

11%

Playranger/Pride in Play

£2120

Provided children with additional physical exercise, whilst supporting their social and emotional needs.

17%

Taekwondo sessions during Sports Week

£100

Allowed all children to experience a wider range of sports and activities. 3% now attend the Taekwando club that held the sessions.

100%

Morris Dancers for Take Four Week

 

£300

Children were able to experience traditional British dancing and explore history through physical education.

100%

Tennis coaching for year 3/4 provided by an Almonsbury Tennis Coach

T4/5

£306

 

Children were able to high quality coaching and 7% attended two tennis competitions as a result of their coaching.

Furthermore, 3 (2% whole school, 5% of year 3/4) children now attend Almonsbury Tennis Club during their free time, as a result of this coaching.

7% whole school

24% of year 3/4

 

The total expenditure for the academic year 2015/2106 was £6803.62. The remaining £2134.72 will be carried into next year’s budget so we can continue to provide children with the same opportunities.