PE & Sports Premium Funding 

 

The school receives £8,000 per year + £5.00 per pupil to develop and improve the PE and sports provision that we already have and to make sustainable improvements to benefit pupils in future. The PE an Sports Premium Funding for 2016-17 at Hague is £8,840.

 

Vision

Our school is committed to promoting the health and well-being of all our pupils and their families.

The framework for achieving this is through our sport and physical education provision, extended schools opportunities, clubs and participation in competitions alongside healthy eating and working towards Gold Standard Healthy Schools Award and the Silver School Games Award.

 

Framework

We provide healthy eating options at break and lunch times, along with a range of fun activities run by Play and Lunch Leaders and coaches. Hague’s Young Sports Leaders in Years 5 & 6 develop their leadership and collaboration skills as well as promote fun and enjoyment from exercise. We want the school environment and resources to motivate children to be active and have fun.

 

Rationale

We want children to ‘enjoy learning and achieve great things for themselves and others’. Being physically fit, having access to a broad range of physical activities encourages pupils to be active, confident and fit helps us to realise our vision for the children at Hague Primary School.

 

We believe that physical activity is essential to a child’s well-being and through our provision we aim to:

  • Promote enjoyment from being active.

  • Develop ‘fitness for life’ through promoting the health benefits of regular exercise.

  • Identify talents

  • Develop self-esteem, confidence and social skills.

  • Contribute to the physical development of each child.

  • Give children a way of expressing themselves and an opportunity to be creative

  • Develop a range of skills that can be applied in other contexts.

  • Give children the opportunity to try out activities that they would not otherwise have access to.

 

PE and Sport Premium 2016-2017 Action Plan

 

 

 

 

 

PE & Sport Premium 2014-15  £8,622

Resurfacing the main playground with coloured multisport grass and activity markings using additional Sports England Lottery Funding as well as sport premium funding.  £4000

 

Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation specialist coaches working with class teachers and running 2 after school sports clubs per week to extend range of sports taught, support teachers’ professional development and inspire excellence. £5,994

 

EYFS Curriculum Dance Session per week and lunch time clubs for KS2 £1,340

 

Gymnastic & Dance Teacher Curriculum Planning Resources for each year group to secure progression and development of pupil skills from Y1-Y6. £1402

 

Gymnastics / PE  Equipment to support curriculum delivery £300

 

Swimming SLA for Year 4 & Year 5, including 3rd extra coach to support those most needing to develop water confidence.  £5,047

 

 

Sport Premium contribution                                                        £8,622

School Curriculum Funding                                                          £9,461

Total School Spend on PE and Sports Activities                      £18,083

 

 

Click here for 2014-15 SSP Action Plan

 

 

2015-16 Challenges and Focus

  • Gymnastics and Dance Curriculum Sessions – developing pupil skills

  • Assessment of PE/ Sports skills at end of term

  • Increase participation figures for after school clubs – particularly girls.

  • Increase participation in competitive play for KS1 & Lower KS2.

 

 

 

PE & Sport Premium 2015-2016 - £8,600

The school is due to receive £8,000 + £5.00 per eligible pupil in Year 1-Year 6 to fund PE & Sport from April 2015 – March 2016. 

 

Final instalment of school contribution to redevelopment of main playground multisport grass and activity markings using additional Sports England Lottery Funding as well as sport premium funding. (See 2014-15 plan)

 

Staff professional training and developmentmaking the most of new playground facilities to promote greater levels of engagement, challenge, fitness and creativity through curriculum PE and play.

 

Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation specialist coaches working with class teachers and running 2 after school sports clubs per week to further extend range of sports taught, support teachers’ professional development and inspire excellence.

Key focus continued staff professional development for gymnastics and dance.

 

School Sport Coaching – Lunch time multi sports clubs KS1 – KS2 including Healthy School Ambassadors and Hague Young Sports Leaders.

 

EYFS Curriculum Dance Session per week and lunch time clubs for KS2

 

PE  Equipment to support curriculum delivery, Rugby focus 

 

Swimming SLA for Year 4 & Year 5, including 3rd extra coach to support those most needing to develop water confidence.

 

Year 4 /5/6 Swimming Session at Olympic Diving Pool

 

 

Sport Premium contribution

School Curriculum Funding

Total School Spend on PE and Sports Activities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£2,000

 

 

 

 

£   500

 

 

 

£8,494

 

 

 

 

 

 

£   700

 

 

 

£1,300

 

 

£   400

 

 

£5,100

 

£   300

 

 

£  8, 600 estimate

£10,194

£18,794

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation   (THYSF)

The foundation was established in 2011 after the withdrawal of funding for school sports partnerships nationwide.

 

In Tower Hamlets, schools and PE coaches/sports leaders wished to continue the excellent delivery of services. This is now funded by primary and secondary schools through a service level agreement. The total cost of this SLA was £5,995 for the financial year 2014 - 2015 and is based on the number of pupils on roll.

 

This SLA gives us:

  • Regular training for teachers and support staff.

  • Two after school clubs each half term.

  • The sports vary throughout the year.

  • The clubs are run by professional coaches.

  • At least two sessions of curriculum support per week.

  • These are led by sports development coaches and enables teachers to have high quality practical CPD in a range of sports.

  • Reduced costs for kayaking and sailing at the Docklands Sailing Centre.

  • Access to cluster and borough competitions/festivals in a range of sports.

  • Access to the London Youth Games.

 

 

The following activities and initiatives are also carried out across the school:

  • Bike-it focus weeks. Bring your bike to school, develop cycling skills.

  • Fit in 5 – fitness in class sessions. Run a 1000m Golden Time Challenge.

  • Silver and Gold Healthy School Priorities linked to

  • Fitness linked to PSHE Jigsaw Curriculum – Healthy Me Unit, making healthy choices and introducing Healthy School Ambassadors.

  • East 1 Partnership Sports – inter school multi sports friendly matches and sports days for EYFS & KS1.

  • A range of after school clubs throughout the year, including judo, multi-sports, badminton and more, provided by professional coaches through the Tower Hamlets Youth Sports Foundation.

  • School links with Middlesex Cricket Board, Capital Kids Cricket and Chance to Shine provides free access to cricket coaches and events.

 

Hague’s Learning Mentor who leads on active play at lunch and break times as well as after school clubs ensures that all pupils are encouraged to be active and join in extended school provision. He is committed to equality of access and engagement for all.  Our staff are proactive in seeking out exciting opportunities which are free or low cost to school to inspire interest in a broad range of sports including:

 

2015 Rugby World Cup – Special Workshops with Rugby Coaches and participation in borough matches meeting international players.

 

Years 5 and 6 attended European Hockey Qualifying matches to support England v Germany and Japan, night time play, spot lights and have-a-go-at- goals. Inspirational experiences at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and great for collecting autographs of inspiring players. Hockey is a popular lunch time game of choice.

 

Year 6 ‘Leavers Treat’ was Swimming in the Olympic Diving Pool the bonus was seeing Tom Daley practice diving. This inspired further water confidence for swimming and diving before going to secondary school.