Sports Premium Report 2019/20
PE and school sport play a very important part in the life of Foxfield. We believe that PE and school sport contribute to the holistic development of our children and through participation, our children build and learn more about our key values such as respect, co-operation and kindness for themselves and others.
The sports premium awarded to Foxfield for the year 2019/20 is £22,000. The funding is spent on a membership to the PE & School Sport Network (http://lpessn.org.uk/), specialist after-school sports delivery, sports kits for children so they can identify with being part of the Foxfield team and CPD opportunities for staff.
The curriculum map for PE supports the development of children’s fundamental skills introduces and develops skills for competitive and collaborative activities through a naturally progressive curriculum:
· Curriculum provides challenges and opportunities for analysis and improvement of skills through more traditional games
· Curriculum includes physical activities for life, to promote healthy and active lifestyles and lifelong participation
· Provide new equipment to enable skills to be developed quicker and allow opportunity for mastering the skill
· CPD for staff to further develop knowledge of skills underpinning fundamental movements.
We aim to increase the participation of children at different events and offer more enrichment opportunities.
· Train and develop Sports Leaders across Year 5.
· Regularly taking part in the Special Football League, selecting a range of SEN pupils.
· Signed up to competitions run by the GSSP who run various free competitions across the academic year which children can access and these competitions create pathways to the School Games.
· Sourcing various opportunities for children to attend major sporting events, for example: Wembley visit on 15/11/2018 and Charlton Athletic games
· Inter-school competitions across the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
· Intra-school competitions & Inspire Partnership Cup.
· Yoga teacher comes in weekly to deliver high-quality yoga lessons to children across the key stages to work with teachers to enhance or extend current opportunities
· Providing 1:1 support for those students who need it.
· Increase the variety of population reached with extra-curricular sport e.g. girls.
· Regular clubs include: Taekwondo, Dance, Gymnastics (beginners and intermediate), Tennis, Football (split into KS1, Lower KS2 and Upper KS2), Art, Crafts and Technology, Fencing, Drama, Badminton, Computer Club and Board Games.
All clubs are monitored every six weeks for impact on children’s learning and skills acquired.
Regular reports are received from the Gymnastics coach, on the learning of the children, their attitude to the club and which equipment they are focussing on.
HOW OUR SPORTS PREMIUM FUND WAS SPENT IN 2018-19 AND THE IMPACT IT HAS HAD:
· The above funding was proportionally spent as follows:
Contributing to new sports equipment
Providing 1 to 1 support at afterschool clubs, for those students who need it
Cricket coach for the pupils across the school
· More children are taking part in extra-curricular sports clubs than previously; with 15 different sports clubs taking place every week. Every day we have 1 sports club in the morning and 2 sports clubs after school.
Clubs include football (differentiated between different levels and year groups), gymnastics (beginners and intermediate levels), Taekwondo, street dance, cricket, tennis, arts and crafts, French, fencing, archery and dodgeball.
We were able to give our children the opportunity to watch top class tennis players competing at the O2 and children from years 3 – 6 went to the Royal Artillery Barracks for their sports day.
· In addition, our children were able to take part in the following events:
Clip & Climb
Charlton Athletic Football Challenge
Quad Kids Athletics tournament
Kwik Cricket tournament
London Youth Games competition
Inspire Partnership Cricket competition
Inspire Partnership Dodgeball tournament.
The additional funding has allowed for the specialist PE teacher to team teach with the class teacher and PE apprentice and provide CPD and modelled lessons in a range of sports.
Due to this specialist training, the PE apprentice was able to organise and manage the Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 Sports Days on site and is now taking a more active role in the delivery of sport across the school.
The Teachers have commented that they now feel much confident and prepared for teaching PE.
Year 6 Swimming Competency 2018/19
|•What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke] when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?||82%|
|•What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?||
35% with some control
39% with confidence
|•Schools can choose to use the primary PE and sport premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?||Yes|