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    Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of Physical Education, Sport and Physical Activity (PESPA) they offer. This means that you should use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to:

    • Develop or add to the PESPA activities that your school already offer • Build capacity and capability within the school to ensure that improvements made now will benefit pupils joining the

    school in future years

    Please visit gov.uk for the revised DfE guidance including the 5 key indicators across which schools should demonstrate an improvement. This document will help you to review your provision and to report your spend. DfE encourages schools to use this template as an effective way of meeting the reporting requirements of the Primary PE and Sport Premium.

    We recommend you start by reflecting on the impact of current provision and reviewing the previous spend. Under the Ofsted Schools Inspection Framework, inspectors will assess how effectively leaders use the Primary PE and Sport Premium and measure its impact on outcomes for pupils, and how effectively governors hold them to account for this.

    Schools are required to publish details of how they spend this funding as well as on the impact it has on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment by the end of the summer term or by 31 July 2019 at the latest. We recommend regularly updating the table and publishing it on your website throughout the year, as evidence of your ongoing review into how you are using the money to secure maximum, sustainable impact. To see an example of how to complete the table please click HERE.

    https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pe-and-sport-premium-for-primary-schools https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/school-inspection-handbook-from-september-2015 https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/governance-handbook https://www.gov.uk/guidance/what-maintained-schools-must-publish-online#pe-and-sport-premium-for-primary-schools http://www.afpe.org.uk/physical-education/wp-content/uploads/afPE-Example-Template-Indicator-2018-Final.pdf

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    Key achievements to date: Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:

    ✓ Greater engagement in activity at lunch time which includes reluctant pupils

    ✓ A wide range of sports available to children both during lunch time and after-school, including Archery, Fencing, Curling and Bowling, tennis and multi skills.

    ✓ Children have developed understanding of keeping the whole body healthy in Health and Well-Being sessions and in D.T when cooking.

    ✓ Staff becoming more confident with teaching key areas of PE including Dance

    ✓ Staff becoming more confident with integrating science into PE through Health and Well-Being sessions

    ✓ Pupils to become leaders of activities at lunch time to ensure sustainability of active lunch time

    ✓ Active teaching throughout the day to be developed. ✓ Brain breaks incorporated through short, two minutes’ whole body

    work outs to get the heart rate up. ✓ Using the Mess as an extra indoor space for an after school activity when

    the hall is already in use and weather bad (St. Andrew’s only). ✓ Pupil Survey- to find how much sport and physical activity children do

    outside of school. Target these children for after school clubs. ✓ Reinforce we are a healthy school by ensuring all staff are consistent

    with ensuring children only have fruit for snack at break time (with the exception of SEND children).

    ✓ Ensure new equipment is looked after and children are taught to store items safely in the PE shed. All equipment to be stored in the shed with the oldest children trained up in how to collect and store new items. Assign PE shed monitors/prefects (with badges) from Year 6 at the start of the new school year. Celebrate the importance of this new role in Friday assembly with issuing of badges.

    Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety Please complete all of the below:

    What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres? N.B. Even though your children may swim in another year please report on their attainment on leaving primary school.

    86%

    Support for review and reflection - considering the 5 key indicators from DfE, what development needs are a priority for your setting and your students now and why? Use the space below to reflect on previous spend, identify current need and priorities for the future.

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

    86%

    What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations? 86%

    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?

    No

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    Academic Year: 2019/20 Total fund allocated: £ 16,270 Date Updated: July 2020

    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

    Percentage of total allocation:

    31 %

    School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

    Actions to achieve: Funding allocated:

    Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:

    Children increase physical activity in school from the recommended 8% of the day to 28% of the day. To include:

    ✓ PE lessons ✓ Active teaching ✓ Lunch & break time activity ✓ Participation in the Daily

    Challenge So that children are physically fitter and have better concentration during less active lessons.

    ✓ Daily lunch clubs to be provided for children with a variety of activities which will interest all children

    ✓ Daily lunch clubs which support children in becoming leaders of activity

    ✓ Daily Challenge to become embedded in daily life of the school

    ✓ Active activities embedded in daily planning

    £5000 The Daily Challenge has encouraged greater activity for all pupils during the day. Daily lunch clubs are being attended by 100% of pupils over the week as there are a variety of activities which interest all children of any age or ability. Those children who completed the Play Leader training are now confident in leading activity at break times and engaging peers in activity.

    To move away from having paid coaches coming in each day during lunch time to having them part of the week and children to be trained up to lead activities the rest of the week. To encourage children to create a personalised Daily Challenge to embed active lifestyles.

    Pupil Survey- to find how much sport and physical activity children do outside of school. Non-participants, or those with low levels of physical engagement, are then targeted and given priority to join after school sports clubs. To ensure a personalised

    Action Plan and Budget Tracking Capture your intended annual spend against the 5 key indicators. Clarify the success criteria and evidence of impact that you intend to measure to evaluate for students today and for the future.

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    Daily Challenge actually happens, pupils to identify what the physical skill is they want to accomplish with their teacher at the beginning of each half term, record in their passport, set a target to reach and track progress.

    Key indicator 2: The profile of PESSPA being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement Percentage of total allocation:

    23 %

    School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

    Actions to achieve: Funding allocated:

    Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:

    Children to want to achieve in PE and Sport both inside school and outside of school so they feel active, fit and strong both physically and mentally.

    ✓ Certificates awarded each week in Celebration Assembly celebrating progress and effort in the Daily Challenge

    ✓ Children who have made the most progress in the Daily Challenge to be awarded with active prizes

    ✓ Taster sessions offered to pupils in school time which can then be explored outside of school (Karate)

    ✓ Healthy body and Well- Being sessions provided for all pupils which allows them to make informed choices about their diet and physical activity

    £100 £1500 £1200

    Children are proud to receive their certificates in assembly and those children who made the most progress and put the most effort into the Daily Challenge enjoy using their winning items during lunch time. Teachers have fed back that the Healthy body and Well- Being sessions have given them greater knowledge and they feel more confident with teaching this element of the curriculum. The children have a greater understanding of the importance of both diet and physical activity and how they are linked.

    Ensure children are signposte