The Sport Premium is funding allocated to schools by the government. It is spent on delivering high quality Physical Education at St Luke’s.
Current Provision At St Luke’s School, we strive to improve our PE provision, and enhance the extra-curricular opportunities that we offer our pupils. We provide a variety of clubs that promote healthy life styles and physical activity. For 2016-17 these included; Streetdance, Football, Chess, Tennis, Cooking, Gardening, Cricket, Running and Sports Leader. We have also set up a Playground Leaders program for our Year 6 pupils who support pupils during lunch and break time activities.
Last year we were awarded a Silver School Sports Games mark in recognition of the quality of our School Games provision. Pupils thrive in the opportunities they are given to compete at different levels of School Games competition; Level 1 (intra-school) and Level 2 (inter-school). This year we are hoping to achieve the Silver award.
Level 1 (intra-school): Opportunities for intra-school competitions include Cross country, Football, Chess and Badminton as well as our yearly KS1 and KS2 Sports Days.
Level 2 (inter-school): We participate in various events held by the Oldham School Sport Partnership and our boys and girls enjoy regular sporting fixtures with other local primary schools.
Impact on pupils’ participation rates in competitive sports
Last year due to the school sports premium all children have been involved in a whole school competition every term. We have also increased the number of school to school competitions. The money has allowed to provide the children with more opportunities in inter and intra school competitions.
Impact on pupils’ skill level
Due to the increased amount of coaching in school all teachers last year had access to skilled coaches, which has allowed us to upskill the teachers to improve the quality of the PE lessons. The children are also able to access a wider range of new and unusual sports to encourage more of our children to enjoy sports.
Impact on pupils’ health and well-being
Last year the teachers planned alongside PE lessons where the children learnt about the healthy eating, fitness, healthy lifestyles and the dangers of obesity and smoking.
We have a rise in the amount of children involved in after school clubs by over 40% and all children are able to be attend an after school club at least once or twice a week.
The purchase of 5 a day fitness has provided all classes with access to a five minute fitness program that can be carried out at anytime throughout the day. Children are also able to access this program at home.
Spending plan for 2017/18
- PE training for teachers to improve the quality of teaching
- Oldham school sports coaching.
- Resources to support planning for gymnastics and games.
- Break time play equipment / structured playtime games and activities.
- 5-a-day TV (promoting active life styles).
- After school clubs run by staff within school and also coaches
- Transport fees to allow visits to other schools
- FRESH initiative, which looks at healthy eating and active lifestyles
- Links to external coaches who specialise in various sports
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New Funding for School PE and School Sport
To improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision. (Budget cost – £17, 840 grant plus support from delegate budget)
|Objectives||Leadership||Support||Resources||Success Criteria||Completion Date|
|a) To audit the current provision of PE and Sport throughout the school inclusive of equipment.
b) To identify training needs of all teaching staff throughout the school and provide appropriate support and training.
c) To identify and commission appropriate specialist PE and Sport coaches and providers including local secondary schools.
d) To ensure that pupils engage in sporting competitions in a variety of sports both within school and between schools.
e) To produce a termly programme of PE and Sport provision. A long term , medium term provision plan will be in place detailing winter / summer and indoor / outdoor activities
f) To purchase suitable resources to support PE and Sports curriculum
g) Gifted and talented pupils will be identified and provided with the opportunity to receive specialist coaching. A directory of external provision will be collated by PE Co-ordinator
h) Maintain the Silver Activemark
i) To provide high quality after school clubs which offer a variety of sports
j) To deliver the FRESH initiative into school
k) To provide lunchtime activities for the children
|PE Co-ordinator to audit provision and liaise with staff to identify areas for improvement.
PE Co-ordinator to signpost teaching staff to LA website for PE and Sport INSET. Teachers to identify an area for development.
PE Co-ordinator will collate available services. These will include providers already known to school and / or known to other local schools.
PE Co-ordinator will collate details of all sporting competitions throughout year. Classteachers will be expected arrange at least one inter-house sporting competition each term.
The PE co-ordinator will produce a programme of events and provision.
The PE co-ordinator will determine the need for any additional resources and take responsibility for the appropriate use and storage. This responsibility may be delegated to an individual member of staff who regularly uses the resource.
Classteachers will identify pupils who demonstrate particular talent in any particular area and report to PE Co-ordinator
Class teachers will plan and teach a more varied range of sports.
PE –co-ordinator to set up more inter school competitions within our cluster schools
Class teachers to identify sports of particular interest (focusing mainly on PP children) and set up clubs to suit needs
A programme set up to encourage children and their families to adopt healthier lifestyles.
Employ lunchtime sport leaders to run lunch time activities for all the children to access.
All teaching staff
LA Sports development Service, local secondary school.
Staff meeting x1. £1000 training and cover costs.
3+ hours per week depending on cost. Budget cost of £7000
Curriculum / after school time.
(costing as above)
Up to £2000
Up to £1000
|Areas for development will be identified and resourced.
Better qualified and equipped staff to deliver PE curriculum
Specialist coaching staff will support the teaching of PE, a variety of sports and development of teaching skills, including extra curricular activities.
All pupils will be involved in at least one competitive sports event each term. The school will be involved in a number of inter-school competitions in a variety of sports.
All staff and pupils will be aware of the activities and opportunities available
Appropriate resources will be available to support the sports provision especially new / different sports.
Pupils will have opportunity to experience specialist coaching and also be signposted to local sporting clubs in order to further their development
Children to take part in a variety of sports within each year group.
To take part in more inter school competitions
To update sporting events more regularly using twitter and the school website.
Children will be taking part in a variety of clubs
Children will be eating healthier and will have adapted a more active lifestyle.
Activities will be set up during lunchtime will all children participating through the week. Children will also be more active and enjoying playtimes.
Sept 2017 – July 2018
Throughout the year
Run throughout the year
Monitoring and Evaluation
|Key monitor||Monitoring Strategy||Date||Evaluation||Date Reported to Governors|
|PE Co-ordinator will report to HT each half term on progress of this action plan and the impact on provision||Nov 2017, Jan, March, May, July 2018||Action Plan to be presented to Governors Oct 2017. Progress reported to Gov Committee each term|