Sport Premium at Our Lady of Muswell Primary School

 Sport Premium at Our Lady of Muswell Primary School

We were very proud to be awarded the Silver Sports Mark Award this year and aspire to the Gold accreditation next year

PE and Sport play an extremely important part in the life at Our Lady of Muswell with at least two sessions per week dedicated to physical activity in the curriculum. We believe that physical education and sport contribute to the holistic development of young people and through participation in sport and physical education, young people learn more about key values such as teamwork, fair play and respect for themselves and others.

There is significant evidence to show the positive effects of sport and exercise on children’s physical health, growth and development. Furthermore, sport also provides a healthy environment for young people to learn how to deal with competition and how to cope with both winning and losing.

2016-17 Funding allocated to OLM - £9740

Actions Planned

Cost

What impact the school will see on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment

P.E health check and development of actions

 

A programme delivered by Haringey Physical Education department  which consists of:

  • Observing sports coaches
  • Upskilling class teachers
  • Monitoring PE premium accountability measures
  • Monitoring schools Safe practice/risk assessments using the Association for Physical Education (AfPE) 2016 new documentation.

Further develop our health and well-being promotion.

£750

  • Increased staff confidence, knowledge and understanding. Enhanced quality of provision
  • Increased range of opportunities for children.
  • The sharing of best practice to allow children to have better quality provision.
  • Active children and effective learning in the classroom.Increased school-community links.
  • Upskilling of class teachers.
  • Increased improvement of behavior through quality active play at lunches and breaks.
  • Effective learning through the use of IT in PE.

CPD training

Money allocated appropriate CPD and Resources following P.E health check.

£1000

  • Increased staff confidence, knowledge and understanding.
  • Enhanced quality of provision.
  • Increased range of opportunities.
  • The sharing of best practice.
  • Increased school-community links.
  • Upskilling of class teachers. 

 

Release of PE subject leader to develop and action plan following from P.E health check

£650

  • Identification of priority for future spending and development of PE curriculum.

Sports coaches increased hours: - Leading lunchtime sports
activities/G&T
/prepare for events

 

£1000

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  • Increased number of children taking part in sporting activities.
  • Improved behaviour and attendance
  • High quality professional learning.
  • Enhanced quality of delivery of activities
  • Increased range of opportunities.
  • Children recognise the broader benefits of taking part in sport and consider it a significant part of their development.

 

Competing in local borough competitions

 

To  support  regular sport  tournaments,
festivals  and competitions  for pupils  of  all
ages.(Release  of staff)

£2100

·    

  • Increased child participation.
  • Clearer talent pathways.
  • Increased opportunities for children to compete in Borough wide competitions and improved links with Borough Primary Schools leading to better experiences for all children.
  • The sharing of best practice.
  • Children recognise the broader benefits of taking part in sport and consider it a significant part of their development.

Lunchtime and After school clubs

 

Subside lunch time and after school club. 

£3000

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  • Improve school community links.
  • Increased child participation leading to improved fitness and learning of new skills
  • Liaising with other coaches.
  • Providing high quality professional learning.
  • Children recognise the broader benefits of taking part in sport and consider it a significant part of their development.

 

Re-development of playground and EYFS area

£2000

  • Increased physical activity– fitness levels
  • Increased physical engagement
  • Positive playground experiences
  • Improved behaviour
  • New equipment to develop skills further at play times and to support physical activity in lessons e.g. Foundation Stage Curriculum.

 

 

2015-16 Funding allocated to OLM - £9715

Actions planned

Impact and Sustainability

Costs

Haringey programme of CPD aims to provide support for teachers and additional school staff to develop their knowledge, understanding and confidence to deliver outstanding PE lessons. Release of staff to attend CPD. (June 2015-July 2016)

Increased staff confidence, knowledge and understanding of the PE curriculum

Enhanced quality of provision

Increased range of opportunities for all children to be active and skilled

Teachers sharing best professional practice raised standards

Increased school-community links

Having followed this initiative for two years we will be carrying out a PE ‘Health Check’ with consultants to create a more bespoke CPD programme for teachers to build upon skills and expertise and to validate our self-assessment in this area

£1350

£1800

To support regular sport tournaments, festivals and competitions for pupils of all ages.(Release of staff)

 

Increased pupil participation in competitive activities

Increased range of opportunities available

Teachers sharing best professional practice raised standards

Increased pupil awareness of opportunities available in the community

Increased success in competitions e.g. gymnastics, netball. Haringey football Champions

We will continue to commit to this using PE funding because of the positive benefits had on the children taking part and the whole school community

£2000

Sports coaches- increased hours:-  Leading lunchtime sports activities/G&T /prepare for events

Improved behaviour and attendance and reduction of low level disruption

Enhanced quality of delivery of activities

Increased range of opportunities

We will continue to commit to this using PE funding because of positive pupil feedback and a higher level participation by children

£2000

Release of PE subject leader to develop action plan

 

Identification of priority for future spending and development of PE curriculum

This is vital to continue to commit to in developing the actions which will follow the health  check

£650

Netball coach

Children were successful in netball competition due to increased skills. There were high levels of participation

Wider range of opportunity.

Motivational

Highly skilled professional delivery

Development of teachers’ skills

Because of the success of this we will continue with this and introduce basketball at lunchtimes

£1200

Healthy Lifestyle and Keep fit Workshops

Promotion of a healthy lifestyle

It is integral to teaching at OLM

This will be identified in our health check.

£500

PE resources /Equipment

Equipment available to improve the quality of lessons

Correct equipment improved skill levels

More engagement  and positive attitude

Playground redevelopment has been identified as a priority

£500

Additional Playtime equipment and markings

More engagement

Increased physical activity – fitness levels

Positive playground experiences

Improved behaviour

The redevelopment of the playground is a whole school priority and seen as essential in our commitment to energising the children’s playtime experience

£1000