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SPORTS PREMIUM

What is the Sports Premium?

The government is providing funding of £150 million per annum from academic years 2013/2014 until 2020 to improve the provision of physical education and sport in primary schools. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and will see money going directly to primary school head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for their children. Each school with over 17 primary age pupils are allocated £8,000 plus £5 per pupil in Years 1 to 6. Central Primary is sharing the vision of ‘All pupils leaving primary school will be physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport’ (Youth Sports Trust, January, 2015).

 

What should the money be spent on?

The money is ring fenced and can only be spent on Physical Education and sport provision in school. Schools must spend the funding to improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils, but they are free to choose the best way of using the money.

For example, you can use your funding to:

  • hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers
  • provide existing staff with teaching resources to help them teach PE and sport
  • support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday clubs and Change4Life clubs

Objectives:

  • To engage all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  • To raise the profile of PE and sport across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  • Further develop knowledge and skills of all PE staff.
  • Offer pupils a broader experience of a range of sports and activities.
  • To increase participation in competitive sport.

 

In 2017-2018 Central Primary School received £17,000

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety  
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres? 36/85

42%

National Average 50%

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]? 36/85

42%

 

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations? 10/85

12%

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 – We have now booked additional lessons for the pupils working towards age related expectations currently in year 6.
 
Academic Year: 2017/18 Total fund allocated: £17,000 Date Updated: 20/02/2018
Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school  
School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils: Actions to achieve: Funding allocated: Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:
PE Passport 1)      To ensure PE staff are confident in using the app

2)      To complete the admin and set up of the app.

3)      Ensure staff are using it effectively and all evidence is recorded.

4)      Analyse data

£599 for the package Lessons are now designed to ensure that all children are physically active within their PE lessons. They have been written with a target ratio of 75:25 physically active: using AFL to move on the learning of the students.

 

The formative assessment model allows for staff to identify which children are not physically active in lessons allowing for targeted intervention if appropriate.

 

The data from the extra-curricular registers allows staff to identify which children are not participating in the extra-curricular programme, giving schools the opportunity to approach those children to see if it is because they are already active out of school or if there is something else in school which might appeal and get them involved.

 

 
Wild About Adventure

 

1.       Paul Mordue to work with targeted (inactive) pupils during lunch times. Completing team building, problem solving tasks.

2.       Deliver the Fitbit orienteering challenge.

£2200 More pupils meeting 30 active minutes daily.

Development the physical literacy of the pupils.

PE staff could use the resources shared next year and continue this lunch time club.
Fit bit challenge

 

1.       Audit current activity levels

2.       Pilot the pedometers during active lunch to measure step count.

3.       Purchase pupil’s one each in years 3 – 6

4.       Whole school challenges

5.       Number fact development using data input and analyses

6.       Weekly awards shared

7.       Re-audit activity levels at the end of the year

£3200 Currently trailing this with all of year 3. £205 for 85 Physical activity trackers. Pupils are wearing the trackers during break times. Young leaders are supporting with active games and tracking data to encourage the year 3 pupils to achieve more daily steps.

More children accessing 30 active minutes within the school day.

Family supports the 30 active home minutes.

Fitbit monitors have developed aspects of their number facts through weekly data analyses.

Further engagement of families to support delivery of 30 active minutes outside of school time.
Active Lunch

 

1.       Audit equipment

2.       Learning walk to observe activities provided during lunch times.

3.       PE survey (Pupil Voice)

4.       Purchase new equipment.

£1000 Behaviour has improved during lunch times and this has led to improved learning in the afternoons.

More pupils participating in active play.

Children engaged in learning in PE as a result of new and varied equipment.

Frisbee’s purchased for Ultimate Frisbee club £50

The year 6 yard need more activities, playground space developments. Looking into Air fitness equipment.
NUFC – Match fit workshop

 

1.       Identify inactive pupils during a learning walk.

2.       Meet Andrew Johnson to discuss NUFC interventions for healthy active lifestyles.

3.       Organise a TA to support the sessions.

£400 – 82% of children increased in nutritional knowledge

93% of children increase in fitness knowledge

57% of children increased in balance

64% of children increased in fitness (as assessed by the walking test)

46% of children reported they had a healthier diet

Identify healthy champions that could share the information with their classes.

Review previous cohort of parents through questionnaires to seek information on sustainable improvements to their lifestyle habits.

New Year New you – NHS link

 

1.       Health trainers to attend a meeting.

2.       Organise targeted pupils to attend an afterschool club.

3.       Invite parents to an afterschool workshop

£400 LG – To update Use parent’s evenings as a tool to gather information regarding family’s health and wellbeing.
Spare PE kits and trainers

 

1.       Source blue kits

2.       Sources trainers

£200 All pupils can change and participate.

Impacting on confidence and self-esteem of those who don’t have or often forget PE kits.

Monitor those who regular forget PE kits. Work with families to support them.
WIDER PLANNED IMPACT AS A RESULT OF ABOVE – Pupils are more active in PE lessons – take part without stopping to rest. Standards achieved in PE NC are improving. Attitudes to learning improved – better concentration in lessons.
Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils: Actions to achieve: Funding allocated: Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:
PE Passport 1)      To ensure PE staff are confident in using the app

2)      To complete the admin and set up of the app.

3)      Ensure staff are using it effectively and all evidence is recorded.

4)      Analyse data

£599 for the package The use of ICT will raise the profile of PE. Staff and students can use the IPads to record work and playback to analyse and evaluate.

Using the self-assessment tool will enable children to reflect on their learning and consider their own next steps.

The videos and images can be used in assemblies to celebrate attainments and achievements in and out of school.

 

 
Family fun runs 1.       Sport Relief park run March 23rd. £100 Further engagement of families to support delivery of 30 active minutes outside of school time.

 

95 families participated in the 2 lap Sport Relief challenge at the local park. Families were asked to hunt for cones in order to receive a prize at the end. We now have a stronger community link with the park to host further events.

We’ve developed relationships with families, who are keen to do more similar events. Sharing simple yet effective ways of getting families out and active. Parent feedback e.g. ‘Not all parents want to come into school to do workshops on math’s and literacy as they can do it at home. When there are fun things, a lot of the parents don’t get the time to do stuff like this. When you do things like the fun run it encourages and gives families that are happy to be in the house a taste of doing things outside with their kids and it’s a good way to make friends. I think it’s good that you do stuff like the run for the kids as most of the kids now a days are sat in front of computer screens and this plays a big part in how the kids behave’. (Parent participant)

 

4 parents joined staff to complete the virtual spin challenge.

Share with parent’s activity packs that could be completed at home. Reward those who are engaging using family vouchers etc.

 

Next year all pupils are to take part and class teachers attend. If families would like to do it they have the option of meeting at the park. Lower site involvement.  Parent volunteer to deliver a bounce class to support raising money.

NUFC Family Fun 1.       Promote the family intervention on the school’s website.

2.       Send out letters to families/pupils.

3.       Short list the applications to those who’d benefit most from the intervention.

Included in Match Fit price 100% of families enjoyed the course

100% of families increased their healthy lifestyle knowledge

100% of families said their attitude towards learning increased

75% of families increased their time exercising as a family

100% of families built a positive relationship with another group member or family

Complete a video montage of the positive feedback to share on the school’s website.
Celebration assembly every week to ensure the whole school is aware of the importance of PE and Sport 1.       Achievements celebrated in assembly.

2.       Different pupils to perform.

3.       Purchase rewards.

£200 More pupils have at some point in the year taken part in assembly. To keep a register of those pupils achieving PE stars.

Ask pupils to complete a questionnaire to measure impact on pupil’s engagement, self-esteem, confidence and effort during lessons.

Role models – Sporting personalities so pupils can identify with success and aspire to be a sporting hero.

 

1.       Book a Free style footballer to attend school as part of the World Cup 2018 Launch. They’d spend the day doing workshops with all pupils. £395 Ash Randall – June 5th

World Cup Launch – 15-20 min assembly in the morning

– Workshops throughout the day with KS2

To keep a register of those pupils achieving PE stars.

Ask pupils to complete a questionnaire to measure impact on pupil’s engagement, self-esteem, confidence and effort during lessons.

Develop the School Sport Crew

 

  1. School Sport Organising Crew to be established and hoodies provided.
  2. Playmakers award during Pathways to train the sport leaders.
  3. Additional training to be provided by School Sport Partnership
  4. Sport Crew to canvas student voice and plan activities.

 

£500 1)      School Sport Organising Crew to be involved with planning and delivering sports opportunities across school year.

2)      Sport Crew take the lead on extra-curricular clubs.

3)      More confident leaders

4)      Sport Crew to make improvements to the provision.

 
WIDER PLANNED IMPACT AS A RESULT OF ABOVE:  Pupils are very proud to be involved in assembles/photos on notice boards etc. Which is impacting on confidence and self-esteem. More pupils attending clubs in the community which is complimenting activities in school and in the curriculum.  Increased self-esteem/confidence are having an impact on learning across the curriculum.

 

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

To develop staff confidence and subject knowledge through provision of CPD. Paul Mordue’s Wild About Adventure.

 

 

Paul Mordue to deliver CPD to PE staff to upskill every half term and offer whole school CPD termly. £600 PE staff during the summer term will offer a Forrest School after school club and also support organising a residential for year 6 pupils. All staff could offer sessions on a rotation. PE staff can deliver high quality Forrest School and Navigational lessons.
PE Passport 1)      To ensure PE staff are confident in using the app

2)      To complete the admin and set up of the app.

3)      Ensure staff are using it effectively and all evidence is recorded.

4)      Analyse data

£599 (Package) The lesson plans provide staff with a structure to deliver good practice.

The supporting video clips and diagrams together with the narrative have supported staff in delivering a progressive and broad curriculum.

Videos taken during lessons are ideal to play in staff meetings to highlight good practice and to challenge staff in describing how the learning of students can be moved on.

 

 
Additional Swimming

 

1.       Meet with ALC to provide availability for additional swimming slots.

2.       Identify pupils to receive additional swimming based on last year’s attainment

3.       To utilise the coach based at the swimming pool to work alongside teachers

£1500 for 30 pupils for 12 sessions. Year 6 booster swimming (Summer term)

£2.40 x 18 = £43.20

£43.20 x 12 = £518.40

Starting Points

 

PE teachers could lead their own swimming groups.
Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

PE Passport 1)      To ensure PE staff are confident in using the app

2)      To complete the admin and set up of the app.

3)      Ensure staff are using it effectively and all evidence is recorded.

4)      Analyse data

£599 (Package) The Units of work are age appropriate, progressive and allow schools to create broad and balanced long term plan which include units on OAA and Health Related Fitness.

 

The units of work are based around National Curriculum 2014 and include non-traditional units e.g. Ultimate Frisbee, Danish Longball, Handball, Pop lacrosse giving schools the opportunity to broaden children’s experiences.

 

 
Protective equipment for a scootering club

 

 

 

Purchase 20 sets of protective equipment to introduce scootering club. £300   Continue to work closely with parents to increase the number of pupils who own scooters.

 

Improve the number of children who are competent in a range of skills used when riding a bike or scootering.

Additional achievements:

Continue to offer a wider range of activities both within and outside the curriculum in order to get more pupils involved. – Focus particularly on those pupils who do not take up additional PE and Sport opportunities.

 

1.       Identify pupils who are inactive, disengaged in core PE in year 6.

2.       Year 6 Navigational Award offered to develop soft skills as part of transition.

3.       Offer a residential during the summer term.

 

£2200 Upon completion of the Navigational Award pupils have developed a range of life skills including team work, problem solving, and communication.

Forest school extra-curricular club.

Teachers are more confident when teaching OAA and have the resources to do so.

 
WIDER PLANNED IMPACT AS A RESULT OF ABOVE – Skills, knowledge and understanding of pupils are increased significantly. Pupils really enjoy PE and Sport, are very keen to take part and demonstrate a real desire to learn and improve.
Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport  
School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

To provide a range of competitions and festivals throughout the year.

 

Join the Ashington and Coquet School Sport Partnership including Primary membership of Youth Sport Trust.

Attend School Sport Partnership and School Games competitions

Record which children are participating so each pupil has the opportunity to compete.

£2700 More children taking part in inter and intra school competitions.

 

 

 
PE Passport 1)      To ensure PE staff are confident in using the app

2)      To complete the admin and set up of the app.

3)      Ensure staff are using it effectively and all evidence is recorded.

4)      Analyse data

  The data from the competition tab allows staff to identify which children are receiving opportunities to represent the school and at what level of the school games criteria i.e. Level 1,2 or 3. This has provided school with the opportunity to target children who haven’t had an opportunity to play inter school sport where possible.

 

 
3G Football Pitch Hire Book home fixtures at the welfare £25 per game All fixtures played on time and engagement is maximized. The new park pitches should be completed and the organisation will work collaboratively to accommodate our junior football competitions.
Cover/Supply costs PE staff can organise the competitions and also attend. £150 Per day

£90 Per day

   
WIDER PLANNED IMPACT AS A RESULT OF ABOVE: Improved standards in invasion games in curriculum time.  Noticeable difference in attitudes to PE and sport. All staff have commented on the better integration of pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds and parents also showing more interest in PE and sports.

 

In 2016-2017 Central Primary School received £14,650

What have we done with the money?

 

Sports Premium Expenditure and Impact in 2016 -2017

Expenditure                                                                                                 Amount

Ashington and Coquet School Sport Partnership including Primary membership of Youth Sport Trust £2600
Traverse Wall £1150
Provision of Year 1 PE coaching £2500
Purchasing PE equipment £150
Employment of a PE and Sports apprentice £5300
Golden Mile £700
Playground Markings £2000
TOTAL £14,450


High Quality Physical Education for All

Use of Funding The impact on Pupils
To up skill two year 1 teachers to deliver PE with confidence. Specialist coaches to team teach and provide resources, assess and monitor progress. 100% of pupils access a broad, balanced curriculum which is focussed on developing physical literacy. Both staff members are now confident in delivering the PE national curriculum.

 

To develop staff confidence and subject knowledge through provision of Early Years CPD The PE coordinator is more confident in delivering EYPE

More confident and competent staff

Early Years lessons focussed on developing Physical Literacy

To develop leadership skills in our pupils

We have a ‘School Sports Crew’ that raises the PE profile and supports whole school improvement. Play leaders will deliver a range of fun lunch time sporting activities in every yard space and the fitness room. We now have a junior fitness room and all leaders have personalised hoodies.  Quote from pupil about enhanced leadership skills e.g.’ I am more confident when working with younger children on the playground after the playground leaders training’.

The Sport apprentice worked with Golden Mile monitors to input and monitor data.

Leaders report increased confidence and improved organisational and communication skills.

To use PE and school sport to contribute to whole school improvement

PE interventions have been offered throughout the year such as NHS health and wellbeing, Newcastle Foundation, Active Ink. As a result more children will choose to adopt a healthy, active lifestyle.

Every pupil met the 30 active minute’s requirement through the Golden Mile initiative.

To support the PE support staff with planning and delivering high quality lessons and schemes of work. PE support staff is confident in delivering P.E. lessons. Pupils in the PE intervention groups have improved physical skills in games, gymnastics, dance and athletics.

The Sport Apprentice undergone intense CPD throughout the year to be able to confidently support and deliver PE and school sport.

To provide safe, varied and innovative equipment to support all children’s learning in a wide range of activities. Pupil quote – ‘The new playground equipment has encouraged me to active more during playtimes’

‘I love the new traverse wall and fitness trails’

More children have improved physical skills in games, gymnastics, dance and athletics using age appropriate equipment.

 

Competitive School Sport

Use of Funding The impact on Pupils
To enable pupils to compete against other schools We had a successful u11 football team that finished 5th in the league.

The u11 7 aside team won the league.

We entered all competitions offered through the partnership and our hockey team managed to get to the school games finals.

All full year group festivals across the academic year were fantastic and all class teachers and pupils enjoyed them.

Successful dance show case – more girls joined lunch time dance activities

The Sport Apprentice supported every competition.

To develop intra-school competition House events were held during the 2016-2017 academic year. 70% of pupils took part in these events.

More children are engaged in competition

Golden mile inter class competition throughout the year. Weekly reward trophies and certificates presented.

 

Healthy Active Lifestyles

Use of Funding The impact on Pupils
To provide access to a range of non-competitive festivals More children report higher levels of enjoyment of physical activity.

Children display positive attitudes to health and well-being

To deploy leaders to run a range of lunchtime activities for other children More children take part in extra-curricular activity and choose to adopt a healthy, active lifestyle. Sport Apprentice to offer a range of clubs.

Fewer inactive children at lunchtimes.

To support the running of a Change4Life sports club. 16 pupils attended a Change for Life club (NHS health trainers ‘New Year New You’) with 95% attending all sessions provided.

Less active pupils will report higher levels of confidence, motivation, self-esteem and enjoyment in physical activity. Family involvement strengthened the program and also developed their subject knowledge on living healthy active lifestyles.

To provide coaching by engaging local sports clubs / coaches Links are in place with Ashington Leisure Centre and the Hirst Welfare and a range of local dance schools.
To increase after school sport provision 60% of pupils accessed extra-curricular sport sessions (compared to 50% in the previous year)

Improved pupils’ attitudes to PE and school sport

To provide focussed physical intervention programmes

 

5-10 pupils from each PE class who were working towards age related expectations were identified for physical intervention.

50% of these pupils showed an improvement in their motor skills at the end of the intervention.

Children with poor motor skills have improved gross motor skills

To provide OAA activities ‘I loved completing the Bear Gryll’s survival academy lessons as it gave me a chance to do problem solving as a team’

Children have increased self-esteem and team work skills.

 

To provide the opportunity for 30 minutes of physical activity in school time for each pupil Pupils completed a physical activity baseline

All staff involved in session to identify additional opportunities for activity

Provide activity opportunities within and beyond curriculum (The Golden Mile)

Re-audit activity levels at the end of the year

100% of pupils completed 30 active minutes within school at the end of the school year (July 2017) compared with 60% at the start of the year (Sept. 2016)

 

Sport Premium Sustainability

Wherever possible the PE and Sport Premium is used to create sustainable improvements in PE and School Sport by:

  • Up skilling Staff
    • opportunities to develop staff skills, knowledge and confidence which will impact on future cohorts of children
  • Community Links
    • creating meaningful links between the schools and community clubs where coaches deliver in schools, children are taken to the club for School Games competitions or children are supported to transition into community sport
  • Health & Well-Being
    • the development of Sports Leaders, School Sport Organising Crews and the provision of alternative activities such as skipping and hula-hooping have increased physical activity in school playgrounds. Trained leaders and teachers are now more aware of the impact physical activity can have and the importance of pupils meeting 30 active minutes daily.
  • Partnership working
    • Thirteen Ashington and Coquet School Sport Partnership schools working together has built a strong, sustainable network where ideas are shared, support is offered and schools collaborate to offer their pupils the best opportunities they can.
    • Building on from the success of last academic year, Central Primary were asked to continue to work collaboratively with Northumbria University to take one of the lead roles in working with physical education teacher trainees alongside the core subjects of mathematics, English and science across key stages one and two (school years 1 to 6). On completion of the course they will be able to lead high quality physical education and sport provision and lead regional sports initiatives to improve primary physical education and sport.

 

Some of the activities programmes and support we are able to provide with the Sport Premium would not be sustainable without further funding or passing on the costs to the pupils.

Community Links

The introduction of the ‘New’ Ashington Leisure centre has allowed us to further improve our community club links and there are pupils who now participate regular in the swimming.

The school Sport Partnership has held a number of festivals across the age range at Ashington leisure centre. This has included skipping, hula hooping and gymnastics. Staff have also used the facilities to raise money for Sport Relief and some have joined as members.

Close links with the Hirst Welfare continue to grow as we share the use of their playing fields. This allows our school football teams to compete on state of the art playing surfaces.

Health & Well-Being

The development of Sports Leaders, School Sport Organising Crews and the provision of alternative activities such as skipping and hula-hooping have increased physical activity in school playgrounds.  Trained leaders, teachers and lunch time staff have created sustainability for the future.

Partnership working

Thirteen Ashington and Coquet School Sport Partnership schools working together has built a strong, sustainable network where ideas are shared, support is offered and schools collaborate to offer their pupils the best opportunities they can.

Northumberland University Primary PE SCITT

Building on from the success of Central Primary PE department last academic year, Central Primary were approached by Northumbria University to take one of the lead roles in working with physical education teacher trainees alongside the core subjects of mathematics, English and science across key stages one and two (school years 1 to 6). On completion of the course they will be able to lead high quality physical education and sport provision and lead regional sports initiatives to improve primary physical education and sport.

Sporting Futures Apprentice Scheme

To further develop the PE department Central Primary have recently became one of the supporting schools of a ‘new’ Sporting Futures Apprentice Scheme. The main roles and responsibilities are listed below;

  • Delivery of PE and School Sport
  • Aiding PE Teachers during lessons
  • Helping within the classroom
  • Delivering warm ups and small groups within PE lessons.
  • Organisation and delivery of School Sport Competition – within school and the community

We are delighted to have the opportunity to offer our pupils, bespoke PE interventions sessions to narrow the gap in pupil progress. The aims of the sessions are to target pupils who are at risk of disengaging, making below the expected progress and those that need more teacher time to develop their fundamentals of movement. Additionally we also offer intervention that are focused on challenging the most able and talented pupils to continue to exceed expectations and master the PE national curriculum.  A range of extra-curricular and Active lunch clubs can now be offered across both sites that will support, ‘All pupils leaving primary school to be physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport’ (Youth Sports Trust, January, 2015).

Ashington and Coquet School Sport Partnership for the 2016-2017

In addition to delivering the school’s PE curriculum through outstanding specialist teaching we have also allocated approximately £2600 of our funding to join the Ashington and Coquet School Sport Partnership for the 2016-2017 academic year. This will allow us to further enhance competitive opportunities for our pupils as well as build sustainable provision through high quality CPD with particular reference to support staff.  As part of the offer we will also be involved in the Sainsburys School Games competition, benefit from Youth Sport Trust membership and an extensive festival programme for Years 1-6. Additional activities include: central venue, leagues in netball and football to support competition in year groups where there are fewer School Games competitions and School Sport Organising Crew training which is set to include a circus skills workshop.

 

What impact have we seen from Primary Sports Funding from 2015/16?

Sample of Impact Results

Term Autumn Spring Summer
Year Group Developing % Secure % Developing % Secure % Developing % Secure %
2 58.8 41.3 36.3 63.8 31.7 68.3
3 73.1 26.9 39.8 60.2 38.5 61.5
4 65.1 34.9 37.2 62.8 36.9 63.1
5 68.4 31.6 31.6 68.4 30.4 69.6
6 65.9 34.2% 40.2 59.8 36.8 63.2

 

Extra-Curricular Clubs

54% of pupils have attended extra curricular PE clubs, 29% who receive Pupil Premium funding. The provision of our extra-curricular club timetable is outstanding with a range of activities offered every evening that were selected via pupil voice.

 

Pupil Questionnaire – 70 responses to questionnaires

                   80% enjoy PE

Parent Questionnaire: 50 responses

  1. My child enjoys P.E. –
  1. 39 Strongly agree, 9 Agree
  1.  Can you or your child think of one word to describe how they feel about P.E?
  1. Exciting, fun, good, healthy, happy, sporty, really good, energetic, awesome, fab, happy, fabulous, amazing, superb, great, enthusiastic, love it, fantastic
  1.  Is there anything that your child does not like about their P.E lessons?

If yes, please give details:

  1. ‘small space for changing with the bigger class sizes’

The areas for improvement have since been addressed and another questionnaire will be shared with pupils and parents in October 2016.

  • Additional staff to support PE extra-curricular clubs has now been introduced therefore both sites have access.
  • Additional changing space allows for pupils to be more organised and get changed more efficiently.