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PE Summary Action Plan for September 2018
Tithe Barn action plan to evidence the impact of the PE & Sport Premium to deliver high quality PE and Sport, to ensure maximum enjoyment and to improve the lives all of our children.3 Year Action Plan with focus on;

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity @
  • Opportunities during school day
  • Lunches & Playtimes
  • Extra curriculum
  1. Raising profile of PE and whole school improvement, to;
  • Improve behaviours & attitudes to learning
  • Improve academic achievement
  • Improve health & wellbeing
  1. High quality of PE & Sport
  • Ensure National Curriculum time allocation for PE
  • Review Quality of Teaching
  • Ensure allocated time for PE Co-Ordinator to plan and review
  • Review quality of PE equipment
  • Develop an assessment programme to monitor success.
  1. Broader range of sports and activities to all pupils
  • Review extra-curricular offer and activity balance
  • Review offer for SEND pupils
  • Target Inactive pupils
  1. Increased participation in competitive sport;
  • Review;
    • School games participation
    • Competitive opportunities for SEND children
  • Increase competitive provision and offer
  • Create stronger links to community clubs

The team will review the action plan on a regular basis to ensure we remain on track to deliver our exciting objectives.

PE and Sport Premium Grant, Impact and Allocated Funding 2017/2018

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TITHE BARN
 Physical Education Policy (UPDATED 2017 development ongoing REVIEW Date 2019)
Rationale
The school believes that Physical Education experienced in a safe and supportive environment is a vital element in a pupil’s physical and emotional development. High quality Physical Education also promotes pupil health and contributes to our whole school ethos. Physical Education is the only subject in the National Curriculum concerned with the physical well-being of the child and also contributes significantly to the personal, cognitive, creative and social child. As such, it is important that all children are given a broad and balanced Physical Education curriculum in school; access to a range of extra- curricular activities and competitive experiences and that pathways are provided into club and community settings for sustained engagement. We believe that Physical Education and School Sport can have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children.
The Curriculum
The curriculum is designed to provide equality of access and opportunity for each individual irrespective of ability, experience, cultural background, interests or gender. The Physical Education curriculum aims to provide for pupils’ increasing self-confidence through an ability to manage themselves and problem solve successfully in a variety of situations.
A balance of individual, team, cooperative and competitive activities aim to cater for all individual needs and abilities. The scheme of work is based on progressive learning objectives which, combined with varied and flexible teaching styles, endeavours to provide an appropriate, stimulating, challenging and enjoyable learning environment for all pupils.
Aims
  
To aid our children’s physical development and fitness, building stamina, suppleness and strength.
  To promote a positive, enthusiastic and committed attitude to Physical Education through fun and enjoyable lessons and activities.
  To develop the skills, knowledge and understanding children need to take part in sport successfully.
  To encourage pupils to become willing participants and value the contribution that Physical Education and exercise can make towards their health, well-being and lifestyle.
  To develop in each child an appreciation of physical and creative performances within and through movement.
  To develop an ability to plan a range of movement sequences, organise equipment and apparatus, and begin to design and apply simple rules
  To develop an ability to remember, adapt and apply knowledge, practical skills and concepts in a variety of movement based activities. 

 To assess and make judgements on their own and other’s performances.
  To develop communication skills, encouraging the use of correct terminology.
  To provide opportunities for active learning through observation, demonstration and 
problem-solving.
  To promote understating of safe practice in all activities.
  To focus on individual success in order to build pupil’s self-confidence and self-esteem.
  To be able to take part effectively on their own, with partners and in groups both in competitive and cooperative situations.
  To appreciate the importance of fair play and of abiding by the rules and codes of conduct in all activities.
  To encourage involvement in extra- curricular activities and develop community and club links.
  To help our children develop physical competence and have the desire to improve their performance so they are able to make informed decisions about the value of exercise 
Requirements.Our curriculum offers pupils a broad and balanced programme using Schemes of Work developed from a range of resources.
Currently we offer 40 minutes PE/Dance, 40 mins outdoor games and intended 30 mins or Adventurous Outdoor Activities at KS1. 
In KS2 we offer 40 PE/ Dance, 60 mins outdoor games, 30 mins of Adventurous Outdoor Activities. 
Qualified coaches are sometimes used to support the delivery of some curriculum areas. This is supplemented by our ‘Playleader’ activities. We also offer a broad range of active clubs beyond the ‘normal’ school day, delivered by a range of school, community and club providers. 
An SSCO provides curriculum support for staff to aid, develop and sustain the delivery of high quality Physical Education. The school has access to further INSET through the local School Sports Partnership. 
Continuity and Progression 
The curriculum promotes physical development, knowledge and understanding in the Early Years Foundation Stage and at Key Stage 1 & 2, through activity areas in line with the National Curriculum: 

  Dance
  Gymnastics
  Games/ Athletics
  Swimming (KS2 only)
  Outdoor and adventurous activities 

There will be a progression from Reception to Year 6 as outlined in our curriculum planning documents in the appendix.
We recognise that our pupils are at different levels in their skill and knowledge development. Differentiation is achieved by providing practical tasks which allow children to succeed according to their individual ability. We incorporate the use of the BAGA award scheme in to our lessons in Gymnastics in a bid to standardise the assessment possibilities. 
We seek to explore cross curricular opportunities whenever possible. Health and Safety
  Teachers establish codes of practise and rules in line with Stockport Council guidance.
  All children must be suitably dressed

 earrings removed and no other jewellery worn

 long hair should be tied back
  It is essential to ensure that pupils have the necessary strength and skills to undertake 
tasks.
  Fixed and portable equipment is inspected annually by an outside approved agency.
  Apparatus should be properly set up, stable, well spaced and checked by teachers before use.
 Pupils need to be taught to handle equipment safely when lifting, carrying and placing it.

Extra-Curricular Programme
We offer an extensive range of extra-curricular opportunities for all pupils. We aim to offer all children the opportunity to:-
  participate in a wider variety of physical activities,
  develop more advanced skills in specific sports,
  take part in intra and inter school competition.

This involves using existing staff expertise, Adults Other Than Teachers with suitable experience and coaches from the Stockport Approved Coaches Register. 
Leadership 
Children in Year 4 have the opportunity to train as Junior Play Leaders and organise games activities for younger pupils during playtime/ lunchtime. 
Active Playgrounds.

We are working towards raising activity levels by involving all pupils in activity led by midday supervisors each lunchtime – the theme for this term is skipping.
 This project aims to improve behaviour, reduce the number of playground incidents and lead to more focused learning after the lunch break.

Competition


We aim to offer intra class and inter school competitive opportunities to all our pupils. 
We access a wide range of competitions in our local area, hosted at high schools, primary schools and local community club sites. Pupils from Year 1 -6 have the opportunity to represent their school in inter school leagues, tournaments and festivals. 
Healthy Active Lifestyles 
Our Active Lunchtimes encourage all our pupils to be active on a daily basis regardless of circumstances
Healthy Lifestyle days and weeks get the whole school focusing on the importance of exercise and diet.
The run a mile a day and 100 skips a day campaigns are offered to all pupils to take part in.

Assessment

Assessment takes place at the end of each block of Physical activity

GYMNASTICS: BAGA;

DANCE/GAMES: Ages Stages Child Development,

Early Years Outcomes,

National expectations; SWIMMING: Stockport Grand Central baths provide certificates after assessment;

OAA: Assessment tool being developed.
Assessments are used to inform future teaching and planning and is a record of pupil achievement.

We use Assessment for Learning processes during lessons and involve pupils in both self and peer assessment. The children are encouraged to evaluate their own and others performance and to realise the importance of sensitivity when assessing the performance of others.
Parents are informed of pupil’s progress each year in annual written reports and at parent’s evening.
End of KS2 information is transferred to the high school.


Resources
Physical Education resources are stored centrally and are managed by the Physical Education Coordinator.
Roles and Responsibilities
The Headteacher has responsibility for:
  ensuring that this policy is being implemented, and that it is congruent with national policy and the guidance from the Local Authority,
  ensuring that equipment is inspected annually and that risk assessments are reviewed annually or following an incident,
  accounting for the allocation and spending of the Primary Physical Education and Sports Premium Funding and displaying this information on the school website. 
The Governing Body is responsible for ratification and approval of the Physical Education policy. The PE Coordinator working with the Headteacher has the responsibility for:
  coordinating a broad and balanced Physical Education curriculum and ensure continuity and progression throughout the school, 

  reviewing resources with all members of staff,
  making opportunities for Continuing Professional Development training available to all staff,
  annually reviewing the School’s Development Plan and setting targets for the future,
  monitoring and evaluating pupil’s progress in Physical Education 
The class teachers are responsible for the delivery of high quality Physical Education to their class and for assessing their pupils’ achievement formatively and summatively in line with National Curriculum requirements and school policy. 


Sports Premium:

At Tithe Barn Primary School we pride ourselves on having a strong tradition of taking an active part in sports competitions. We run a wide range of after-school activities, offering opportunities for children to participate in a variety of sports throughout the year. This is in addition to a full programme of dance, gymnastics, games and swimming through class PE/Games lessons.

What is the ‘Sport Premium’ and how will it help us achieve our goals?

In April 2013 the Government announced new funding of £150 million for the Physical Education (PE) and Sport – often referred to as a ‘Sport Premium’. This funding is to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision. When asked about the ‘Sport Premium’ at its launch, Lord Coe reflected: ‘When I stood up in Singapore in 2005, I spoke of London’s vision to connect young people with the inspirational power of the Games so they are inspired to choose sport. By focusing on primary schools, we have the opportunity to use sport and physical activity to shape the daily lives of young people. I know from my own experience what an impact teachers and their engagement can have on the lives of young people.’ (Lord Coe)

Sports Premium 2017/2018

Tithe Barn Primary School receives a sports premium funding of £ 17810

Allocations for the academic year 2017 to 2018 are calculated using the number of pupils in years 1 to 6, as recorded in the January 2017 census, as follows:
schools with 17 or more pupils receive £16,000 plus £10 per pupil
schools with 16 or fewer pupils receive £1000 per pupil

This is ring-fenced solely for physical education. It has enabled us to continue to improve the breadth and quality of sport and and physical activities we offer.

We are currently reviewing the sports premium budget  and details of prior years actual spend. The details will be published online ASAP.

Sports Premium 2016/2017

Tithe Barn Primary School receives a sports premium funding of £ 9055 per year.

Funding for 2016 to 2017 is calculated as follows:

  • Schools with 16 or fewer eligible pupils receive £500 per pupil.
  • Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £8,000 and an additional payment of £5 per pupil.

This is ring-fenced solely for physical education. It has enabled us to continue to improve the breadth and quality of sport we offer.

Planned Expenditure for this financial year:

  • Priestnall Schools Sports Association £500
  • Staff CPD (Teachers, HLTA and TA) £500
  • Additional specialist teaching support in school for junior playleaders £200
  • Resources for play leaders £300
  • Replacing gymnastics equipment – £1500 (mats, mat holders, benches, high top tables)
  • Replacing games equipment (netballs, goals and nets tennis balls etc) £1000
  • One goal (outside specialist providers linked with the school for the last 5 years) – £1000
  • Sports day awards £200
  • Training for OAA – (Outdoor and Adventurous Activities) component of the PE curriculum – Reception and Year 3 – £4000

 

Clubs and attendance :

ACTIVITY GIRLS BOYS PUPIL PREMIUM TOTAL
Multisport 8 14 22
Dance 13 4 17
Lacrosse 3 6 1 9
Footy 7 27 1 34
Karate 5 10 15
Rugby 6 16 1 22
Gymnastics 13 4 17
Dodgeball 4 16 1 20
Judo 5 13 18

 

What else we are looking to do:

Summer sports can change the focus. We look to incorporate the following activities in our summer sporting provision:

  • Golf
  • Rounders
  • Cricket
  • Athletics

Extra –curricular activities:

  • Cycle rides with Team Sky leader – 3 to date
  • Swimming Galas
  • Football competitions
  • Lacrosse / Tag rugby tournaments
  • Inter school competitions

Recognition of our School’s drive and enthusiasm in this area was recognised by the local authority at the end of the academic year 2015/16. We were awarded the following certificates:

  • Commitment to leadership and volunteering;
  • Commitment to Sporting competition;
  • Commitment to participation in PE, sport and physical activity;
  • Commitment to high quality PE.

Still to come:

Intra school ‘tree’ competitions

Lunch time running club

Mile a day challenge

Opportunities for EYFS / Key stage 1 classes to compete against other schools

To investigate a staff PE kit

To replace the football team kit (via sponsorship) to reflect the esteem we hold sport in our school.

 

In Summary:

Tithe Barn Primary School would like to involve as many children in physical activities as possible. We will strive to ensure that all children receive high-quality PE lessons and have the opportunity to attend sports clubs before and after school – possibly lunchtime too.

Through sport we feel the children have the opportunity to increase their self-esteem, team work and leadership skills.

We believe being involved with sporting activities encourages a healthier and more fulfilling lifestyle.

 

 

 

 

 

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