Neston Road, Willaston, Neston, Cheshire, CH64 2TN  ​•  T: 0151 338 2421  ​•  F: 0151 327 8244
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Willaston Church of England Primary School

Sports Premium

 
The government has provided additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding has been provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

We use the Sports Premium to help us to further develop the thriving and diverse sports culture at our School. In particular, our agreed objectives are to:


  • Encourage girls to participate in sport
  • Increase access to specialist providers or events
  • Increase opportunities for children to take part in events at different facilities
  • Develop children’s awareness of different sports on offer
  • Increase KS1 participation in inter and intra competitions
  • Increase children’s awareness in sport for the disabled
  • Increase opportunities on the playground for children to keep fit and active
  • Develop the skills and expertise of staff
  • Increase awareness of healthy diet and healthy lifestyles
  • Increase awareness of other roles/jobs in sport
  • Increase links with community sport/health clubs
  • Increase motivation of children to get involved in sport
  • Encourage children to lead sporting activities
  • To plan and cost the development of the outdoor area
  • To develop a programme of CPD throughout school led by S4YC coach
  • To introduce a PE Week
  • In collaboration with the Neston Cluster of Primary Schools, deliver a range of inter school competitions and sports festivals. This will build on the work previously carried out as part of the School Sports Partnership, and will ensure that we can continue to provide a full range of sports activities for all ages
  • To support and develop further the teaching of swimming
 
 

Sports Grant

During 2016-2017 our school received £ 8860 Sports Premium funding

Activity

Cost

Objective

Impact

Regular CPD session with every teacher on a rolling programme delivered by qualified sports coach

£2090

Programme of CPD delivered  by

sports coach. Develop skills and

expertise of staff

Teachers maintain and update skills in teaching PE

 

Specialist dance tuition for all year groups in school

£1564

Develop confidence of staff to deliver a wide range of different dance lessons

Provide more opportunities for children in dance

Children given opportunity to experience different dances from different cultures

CPD provided for teaching staff

Street dance Club introduced and attended by children (24 children motivated to attend)

Development of school grounds

£3206

Promote healthy playtimes

Existing equipment maintained

Purchase of resources for PE and to promote active playtime

 

New ski machine installed increased engagement in physical activity

Playtimes are active, exciting and engaging

 

Horse riding

£1000

Enable all children to access physical activity and promote well being

Children have individual benefits

All took part in a Gymkhana

Neston Cluster interschool competitions and sports festivals

£1000

Increase opportunities for children to take part in events at different facilities
Encourage girls to participate in sport
Develop children’s awareness of different sports on offer

Neston and Ellesmere Port winners in rugby, netball and Y3&4 boys cross country and Y3&4 girls cross country

 

 

 

2017-2018 Sports Premium allocation is £8875

Activity

Cost

Objectives

Regular CPD session with every teacher on a rolling programme delivered by qualified sports coach

£2090

Programme of CPD delivered by coach.

Develop skills and expertise of all staff.
Coaches to work alongside staff.

 

Development of school

grounds to promote an

active playtime.

 

£6385

Increase opportunities on the playground for children to keep fit and active as safely as possible
Encourage children to lead sporting activities
To plan and cost the development of the outdoor area

Neston Cluster interschool competitions and sports festivals

£400

Increase opportunities for children to take part in events at different facilities
Encourage girls to participate in sport
Develop children’s awareness of different sports on offer
Increase KS1 participation in competitions
Increase motivation of children to get involved in sport

       

 

 



During 2014-2015 our school received £13,000 of Pupil Premium Funding

Sports Premium allocation at Willaston CE Primary School


2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

£8805

£8850

£8875

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Impact of 2013-2014 Sports Premium
 

Activity

Cost

Objective

Impact

High quality PE lessons delivered by qualified sports coach for all children

£5940

Increase access to specialist providers or events
Increase opportunities for children to take part in events at different facilitiesDevelop children’s awareness of different sports on offer
Encourage girls to take part in sportIncrease awareness of healthy diet and healthy lifestyles
Increase motivation of children to get involved in sport

Children experience high quality PE lessons. High attendance at after school activities.
4
8 clubs were offered during 2013-14. More diverse sports clubs included Fencing, Tennis, Cheerleading and Boxercise alongside the usual types of sports activities. 150 children participated.

Regular CPD session with every teacher on a rolling programme delivered by qualified sports coach

£2090

Develop programme of CPD throughout school led by qualified sports coach
Develop skills and expertise of all staff
Coaches from wide range of sports to run sessions alongside staff

Teacher learning records suggest that teachers value having the opportunity to observe the children in their classes in PE and work alongside professional coaches
Teachers reported feeling more confident about trying out some of the games and skills they had observed

Neston Cluster interschool competitions and sports festivals

£360

 

Increase opportunities for children to take part in events at different facilities
Develop children’s awareness of different sports on offer
Increase KS1 participation in competitionsIncrease motivation of children to get involved in sport

Pupils represented school in netball, football, tennis, rugby, rounders, tri-golf, athletics, cross country, hockey. Evidence of performance at each event may be found on newsletters.

To introduce a course of horse riding for children with specific needs

£297.30

To develop core strength to support children with specific physical needs
To promote respectful attitudes and develop self esteem and confidence in children with specific behavioural needs

Children developed trust, improved levels of concentration. Children were listening more carefully and demonstrating that they were more able to follow instructions.Parent/carers reported that they were hugely benefiting their child in many different ways.Photographs and Learning Journeys provide evidence.
Riding instructor reports good progress by all children.

Total Cost

£8687.30

 

 
Impact of 2014-2015 Sports Premium

Activity

Cost

Objective

Impact

Regular CPD session with every teacher on a rolling programme delivered by qualified sports coach



Swimming Training for one member of staff

£2090

 

 




£95

Programme of CPD throughout school led by qualified sports coach
Develop skills and expertise of all staffCoaches from wide range of sports to run sessions alongside staff


To ensure all members of staff teaching swimming are fully qualified

Teacher learning records suggest that teachers value having the opportunity to observe the children in their classes in PE and work alongside professional coaches
Teachers reported feeling more confident about trying out some of the games and skills they had observed
All junior class can be taught swimming as part of the curriculum

Get Up, Get Active!’ Week 3-6 June 2014

£979

To introduce a PE Week
Encourage girls to participate in sport
Develop children’s awareness of different sports on offer
Increase children’s awareness of sports for the disabled
Increase awareness of healthy diet and lifestyles
Increase motivation of children to get involved in sport
Encourage children to lead sporting activities

See ‘Get Up, Get Active!’ evidence book and photos which include comments such as:
An enjoyable week with lots of different activities for the children to have a go at and wet their appetite to try something new.’ ParentI enjoyed watching the children trying their best, having fun and working well in teams. One child learnt to ride a bike for the first time! I was able to tell a parent how well their child had played tennis and they enrolled them in a tennis club.’ Teaching Assistant
Really good week, they had a lot of fun and want to do everything. We have taken up swimming lessons and looking at doing ping pong.’ Parent

Market place for clubs and sporting activities

Thursday 5 June 2014 3-4.30pm

No cost, free market place

Encourage girls to participate in sport
Increase access to specialist providers or events
Increase opportunities for children to take part in events at different facilities
Develop children’s awareness of different sports on offer
Increase links with community sport/health clubs
Increase motivation of children to get involved in sport

Parent/carer questionnaire, 2014 revealed that children are currently involved in following sports:
Tennis 10, Rollerblading 2, Horse riding 12, skiing 1, athletics 1, swimming 64, football 29, karate 2, gymnastics 14, triathlon 2, cycling 3, roller skating 2, cross country 4, dodgeball 1, golf 1, all sports 1, orienteering and hill walking 1, tap dancing 1, archery 1, ju jitsu 1, badminton 1, trampolining 1, rugby 15, climbing 1, dance 5, ice skating 1, hockey 1, cricket 2, Irish dancing 1, ballet 2, cheerleading 3
32/134 returns were not involved in any sport outside school. Increasing numbers of children accessing sporting clubs and activities outside school as evidenced in Get Up, Get Active! Book.

To introduce a course of horse riding for children with specific needs

£378

To develop core strength to support children with specific physical needs
To promote respectful attitudes and develop self esteem and confidence in children with specific behavioural needs

Children developed trust, improved levels of concentration. Children listened more carefully and demonstrating that they were more able to follow to instructions.Parent/carer views of sessions were that they were hugely benefiting their child in many different ways.
Photographs and Learning Journeys provide evidence.
Riding instructor reports good progress by all children.

Neston Cluster interschool competitions and sports festivals

 

Increase opportunities for children to take part in events at different facilities
Develop children’s awareness of different sports on offer
Increase motivation of children to get involved in sport

-Winners of Neston Netball Tournament-Winners of Neston Rugby Tournament
Year 3 & 4 girls and boys regularly come in first five places at cross country events.

Total Cost

£3542

Money carried forward to enable 2014/2015 objectives to be achieved

 


Impact of 2015-2016 Sports Premium

Activity

Cost

Objective

Impact

Regular CPD session with every teacher on a rolling programme delivered by qualified sports coach

£2090

 

Programme of CPD throughout school led by qualified sports coachDevelop skills and expertise of all staff
Coaches from wide range of sports to run sessions alongside staff

 

Teacher learning records suggest that teachers value having the opportunity to observe the children in their classes in PE and work alongside professional coaches
Teachers reported feeling more confident about trying out some of the games and skills they had observed

 

Development of school grounds to promote an active playtime

 

Additional play equipment and resources

£9080.92

 

 


£1367.10

Increase opportunities on the playground for children to keep fit and active as safely as possible
Encourage children to lead sporting activities
To plan and cost the development of the outdoor area

Additional equipment installed to promote an active playtime enjoyed by children from every age group.
Improved safety flooring installed resulting in an average of 38% less minor accidents (trips, bumps etc) requiring first aid for the period September 2015-December 2015 compared with the same period in 2014
Play leaders established to run small sided games for children on the playground
Increased participation in netball club at lunch time

Introduction of Cheerleading Club and development of Cheerleading Team

£1213.75

Encourage girls to participate in sport
Increase access to specialist providers or events
Increase opportunities for children to take part in events at different facilities
Develop children’s awareness of different sports on offer

Team participated in National Cheerleading finals held at Velodrome, Manchester for the first time

Neston Cluster interschool competitions and sports festivals

£57.31

Increase opportunities for children to take part in events at different facilities
Encourage girls to participate in sport
Develop children’s awareness of different sports on offer
Increase KS1 participation in competitions
Increase motivation of children to get involved in sport

In Neston Cluster Tournaments:
-Winners of Y3 & 4 football
-Winners of Y5 & 6 rugby
-Winners of Y5 & 6 girls football Teams will represent school in the Cheshire finals in March

Total Cost

£13,809.08