Sports Premium

PE and Sport Premium 2018-19

Which schools receive funding?

Schools receive PE and sport premium funding based on the number of pupils in years 1 to 6.

In cases where schools do not follow year groups (for example, in some special schools), pupils aged 5 to 10 attract the funding.

In most cases, how many pupils in each school attract the funding is determined by using data from the January 2018 school census.

How much funding do schools receive?

Schools with 16 or fewer eligible pupils receive £1,000 per pupil.

Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil.

The school level breakdown of funding for the academic year 2018 to 2019, including conditions of grant, will be published in October 2018.

What do we spend the funding on?

Although the funding we receive is substantially less in comparison to our mainstream partnership schools, Eleanor Smith recognises the importance of PE and school sport for our children, and therefore commits additional funding from the school budget.

The money we received this year has been spent on the following:

  • A specialist PE Teacher to work across all four key stages.
  • A bespoke PE curriculum ranging between 4 to 16 year old.
  • Offsite provision for KS3 and KS4 PE lessons.
  • Career Development Training for Support Staff.
  • Sports Coach for Lunchtime clubs and competitions.
  • West Ham United Foundation Coach / Mentor for 2 full days (1 full day at each school site)
  • Staffing, specialised coaches and resources (including a club standard Trampoline and safety equipment) for Sports Clubs after school (please see timetable available on the website – under Extended Schools)
  • A Resilience Programme running at Lambourne End Outdoor Pursuits Centre for our five-day pupils (Fortnightly Programme)

 

Intended Impact on Pupils

Actions Required

Evidence & Impact

PE Curriculum

 

 

Deliver a bespoke Physical Education curriculum ensuring staff have the necessary resources to deliver High Quality PE lessons in a range of activities.

 

Pupils to receive at least 1 hour of quality PE per week in addition to alternative PE/School Sport opportunities.

 

Pupil Progress – Clear assessment tool for pupils to understand where they are, what their next steps are, and how to progress.

 

Hire specialist coaching throughout the academic year for additional interventions.

TD to design the curriculum, and ensure the support of ESW to deliver HQ lessons through strong planning, evaluations, and observations and feedback, and PE staff appraisals.

 

See Curriculum Overview throughout the Key Stages, and refer to the PE timetable.

 

Assessment tool to be used termly by the PE team during allocated Team Meeting times.

 

Partnerships formed with West Ham United Foundation, Newham and Essex Beagles, London Rugby League Foundation, and Headstart.

Children have access to a wide variety of sports and activities.

 

Pupils show progress in a number of sports and activities.

 

Pupils show enthusiasm and passion for sport.

 

PE and School Sport progress and achievements to be celebrated during assemblies and in newsletters.

 

Students increase their participation outside of school and in competitive environments due to raised self-esteem, links formed with clubs in the community, and improved skills and techniques.

 

Accessing SSP/Borough-led tournaments/competitions.

 

Introducing pupils to clubs outside of school within their community – Parkhour, Fight For Peace, Gymnastics, Newham and Essex Beagles, Fencing, Rugby, and West Ham United Foundation Development Sessions.

Competitive Sport

 

 

Accessing SSP/Borough-led tournaments/competitions where possible – to develop wider learning opportunities such as leadership, team building, and sportsmanship.

 

Inter-Academy EKO Trust competitions

Enter teams into the Tapscott Learning Trust SSP, and EKO Trust organised competitions when the entry criteria is achievable.

 

PE Subject Leaders within the Trust to organise and deliver competitive sport once each per academic year.

Foster Talents and Interests (Develop Resilience)

 

 

Swimming

 

 

All children leave Primary site able to swim 25 metres.   

All pupils between Years 3 and 7 access swimming one term per year. Y6 to access swimming once a week and twice every fortnight (post SATS).

Summative assessment records on-going throughout the year by the swimming instructors at Balaam Leisure Centre, and a final swimming assessment completed in the last Summer half term.