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Yattendon School Sports Fixtures 2016-17

 

Sport and PE at Yattendon – Our Vision

 

At Yattendon School we believe that health and physical activity is important in promoting lifelong values. Yattendon School does this by providing enjoyable opportunities for all of its pupils to participate in curriculum PE and school sports clubs. We value the benefit it brings to children’s self-confidence and well-being.

 

 

Throughout the 2016-17 academic year, we will be focusing on 5 key areas:

1.   Further develop our approach to teaching and assessing PE to ensure that our curriculum enables pupils of all levels to be challenged and to make good progress with their PE skills

2.   Increase the amount and variety of extra-curricular sports clubs available to Yattendon pupils and track attendance carefully to ensure all groups of pupils are participating in these

3.   Increase the number of sporting competitions and tournaments that our pupils can take part in within school against other Yattendon pupils

4.   Increase the number of competitions and fixtures in which Yattendon pupils can represent the school against other schools

5.   Increase the number and frequency of sporting leadership opportunities available to Yattendon pupils

 

 

Funding Information

In 2016-17, Yattendon School will be allocated approximately £10,000 in Sports Premium funding. We have taken the decision to use our funding to employ a sports coach in order to model high quality sports teaching within our curriculum and also to provide our pupils with a variety of extra-curricular sports clubs.

 

 

Planned Spend 2016-17:

 

Proposed activity

Approximate cost

Pay for a Sports Coach to teach PE alongside every class teacher to make sure high quality PE is being taught across the year groups.

The plan is for teachers to be observed, team-teach with the sports coach and to be supported on a 1:1 basis for the needs of each individual. This will improve the confidence and competency of all staff and ensure that high quality PE is being taught at Yattendon. Therefore if the PE and Sports Premium funding is withdrawn in the future then the teachers at Yattendon have the expertise to ensure the high standard of provision is maintained.

£8,000

Release time for the PE teacher to plan, observe and monitor teaching as well as to prepare for Sports Day and other events throughout the year.

£1000

Projected – supply days to attend sporting fixtures and courses: we are planning to attend many competitions throughout the year including:

·         Sportshall Athletics

·         Tag Rugby

·         Cross Country

·         Football at various year groups

·         Girls Football

·         Netball

·         Hockey

·         Tennis

·         Cricket

£1500

Entries to competitions and affiliation to local sports association.

£250

Redevelop the PE curriculum through identifying a suitable scheme of work and then training staff to deliver this effectively.

£2500

Purchase equipment to support us in delivering high quality PE across the curriculum.

£1000

Total projected spend

£14,250

 

 

 

 

 

 

Progress against our 5 key objectives:

1. Further develop our approach to teaching and assessing PE to ensure that our curriculum enables pupils of all levels to be challenged and to make good progress with their PE skills

 

October half term:

We have identified Real PE as the curriculum provider that we wish to use and have met with their trainers to identify ways forward. INSET is planned for the spring term and PE leader is attending 3 days of INSET training throughout the year.

 

2. Increase the amount and variety of extra-curricular sports clubs available to Yattendon pupils and track attendance carefully to ensure all groups of pupils are participating in these

 

October half term:

7 sports clubs available for pupils with 188 pupils currently attending.

64% of Girls (118/185) attending a club

35% of Boys (70/200) attending a club.

26% of PP pupils (20/77) attending a club.

14% of SEND pupils (7/49) attending a club.

3. Increase the number of sporting competitions and tournaments that our pupils can take part in within school against other Yattendon pupils

 

October half term:

‘Run the World 2016-17’  has been introduced within Yattendon School in order to build on the success of the ‘Run to Rio’ project that took place last year.

 

Inter-house/within class competitions to take place at the end of each games unit

4. Increase the number of competitions and fixtures in which Yattendon pupils can represent the school against other schools

 

October half term:

We have become associate members of the Redhill and Reigate Sports Association which will open opportunities for Yattendon pupils to compete in many more competitions.

 

Upcoming fixtures are published on the school website and Surrey School Games competitions have been identified.

5. Increase the number and frequency of sporting leadership opportunities available to Yattendon pupils

 

October half-term:

10 members of year 5 have been trained to be Sports Crew taking our total of Sports Crew trained pupils up to 20.

 

10 members of Sports Crew helped out as sports leaders at Year 2 multi-skills festival held at Oakwood School.

 

5 members of our sports crew supported the cross-country event hosted at Yattendon on 2nd November.

 

 

Planned activities for Autumn half term 2 (linked to 5 key priorities)

 

1.   Real PE training to be planned and PE subject leader to take part in the initial training day.

2.    

a.   Pupil Voice gathering to identify what clubs are not currently being run that pupils would like to take part in.

b.   Identify external providers of sports clubs and aim to have plans in place for new clubs to start after Christmas.

3.   Competitions to take place in this half term in the sports that each year group is currently teaching as part of their curriculum. Many fixtures and opportunities planned (please see sports fixtures section of the website).

4.   Propose the starting of a netball and football league for the spring term at the Horley Sports Association meeting in November.

5.   Investigate future opportunities for our Sports Crew to support at events or with lunchtime activities.

 

Also, sign up for the ‘Team Up England’ initiative to promote girls involvement in Elite Sport and investigate the possibility of getting Elite Athletes in to school.

 

 

Last year (2015-16) Yattendon School received £9,935 in Sports Premium funding. It was spent in the following ways:

 

Focus

Approx.Cost

Impact

Employ a specialist sports coach with a view to increasing participation in clubs and access to competitions.

£8,000

Number of sports clubs increased throughout the year to 14 different sports compared to 11 the previous year.

The process of tracking the number of different children taking part in sports clubs to be reviewed next year.

Release time for the PE teacher to plan, observe and monitor teaching as well as to prepare for Sports Day and other events throughout the year.

£1000

Staff confidence in delivering PE has increased, particularly in delivering games activities alongside the sports coach.

Sports Day was a hugely successful day which brought the whole school community together.

Supply days to attend sporting fixtures and also the cost of courses for staff development.

£1000

Several courses attended last year included the Active Surrey PE conference, Dance and Gymnastics training.

Yattendon pupils competed in a range of sports competitions both locally and county events.

Develop the range of lunchtime and after school clubs through providing appropriate equipment to enable these to be successful.

£300

Basketball and hockey clubs run for 67 children in total. This also enabled us to compete in local hockey competitions.

Run targeted clubs designed to engage pupils who would not consider themselves to be ‘sporty’.

£200

Physifun club established and children trained to run this club at lunchtime for younger children.

Develop sports leadership throughout the school.

£250

Sports Crew members trained up which enabled them to support at local KS1 events as well as support with sports day.

Total approximate spend

£10,750

 

 

Due to the new criteria for receiving a Gold Games Mark, we unfortunately fell short of this during 2015-16 and have received a Silver Games Mark. We endeavour to meet the new criterion in this academic year and aim to be awarded the Gold Games Mark for 2016-17.

 

For 2016/2017 Sport and Competition fixtures please see the sports fixtures section of our school website.

General Information about the ‘Sport Premium’
 
Primary school PE and sport funding:
The government provides funding for schools to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and is allocated to primary school Headteachers.
This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

Purpose of funding: 

Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

 

What are the objectives of the funding?

1.   To improve the quality of existing PE teaching through continuing professional learning in PE for generalists, so that all primary pupils improve their health, skills and physical literacy, and have broader exposure to a range of sports

2.   To increase participation levels in competitive sport and healthy activity of pupils, and maintain these into adolescence

3.   To increase the quality of initial teacher training in PE and sport, and to promote PE specialisation in primary level workforce

4.   Schools understand and value the benefits of high quality PE and sport, including its use as a tool for whole school improvement.

 


Possible uses for the funding might include:

1.   Hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work with primary teachers when teaching PE

2.   Supporting and engaging  the least active children through new or additional Change4Life clubs

3.   Paying for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport

4.   Providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE and sport

5.   Running sport competitions, or increasing pupils’ participation in the School Games

6.   Buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE and sport

7.   Providing places for pupils on after school sports clubs and holiday clubs

8.   Pooling the additional funding with that of other local schools.
 

Accountability:

Schools are required to include details of their provision of PE and sport on their website, alongside details of their broader curriculum, so that parents can compare sports provision between schools, both within and beyond the school day.

 

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