PE Monitoring and Funding Report Completed by: Louisa Wallis (P.E Co-ordinator) April 2014

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1 PE Monitoring and Funding Report Completed by: Louisa Wallis (P.E Co-ordinator) April 2014 PE and School Sport Funding The government is determined to secure a significant and lasting legacy from the very successful 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games that were held in London. In order to achieve this and improve the provision of PE and sport in primary schools, additional funding of 150 million per annum has been made available for the academic years 2013/4 and 2014/5. Each school has been given the freedom to choose how the funding is spent, with the condition that it is spent solely on improving training, pupil participation, and specialist coaching in schools for all pupils. We are therefore delighted to be able to use the first phase of sports premium funding, 5,384 to support the development of P.E. and school sport in the following ways: To hire an experienced, specialist PE sports coach to teach every class for one lesson per week. The class teacher will work alongside in each of the lessons. This enables him to plan and deliver a scheme of sports that progressively develop our children and staff. To hire the specialist PE coach to run a multi-skills and athletics extracurricular club for our Key Stage 1 and 2 children. To attend sport competitions and increase pupils participation in school Games To buy equipment for PE and sport To purchase swimming certificates and badges for achievements at 10m and 25m Breakdown of spending Academic year Specialist Sports Coaching 4, 490 Teachers P.E uniform 200 Swimming certificates and badges 180 Additional/replacement PE equipment 400 Funding of set-up costs for hosting interschool tournament (Cup, medals) 100 Total 5,370 The decision of how to spend this funding was based on the following aims: To provide children across all age groups and classes the opportunity for enhanced PE sessions and opportunities, both inside and outside of the school.

2 To up skill the existing teaching staff in order to create a lasting legacy of teaching quality within PE. To provide opportunities for all pupils to participate in inter-school activities. To increase a sense of achievement and pride in sporting achievements Observations completed: Year R Year 1 Year 4 Year 5 Overall observation points and notes (Individual class notes below) All teachers were in P.E kit for their lessons, and the WALT was shared in the classroom prior to the lesson. Clear success criteria was shared with the children, and was reviewed at the end of each lesson. I observed excellent modelling by Dominic Castle, and the teaching staff. The teaching staff then were following the techniques taught by Mr. Castle and so there was good consistency across the classes. The planning for all year groups was good, and has since been developed further for terms 5 and 6 to be consistent with the whole school emphasis on evaluating learning and use of success criteria. Assessment is being completed via the foundation grids tick sheet. Teachers Feedback All teaching staff reported that they felt that having Mr Castle has been of great benefit to the ability of the children, with visible results seen in increased agility and technique. They also fedback that they feel significantly up-skilled by participating in the coaching sessions, and have been able to use the games and activities with confidence in their own lessons. Cammay and Anna did not like to join in P.E before, they were reluctant and hung around the edges of the hall. Now, they love it and are keen participants! Miss. Graham

3 Children s Feedback Children across all the classes fed back that they loved their lessons with Mr.Castle and feel that PE has been much more fun this year. Class 4 told me that Mr Castle shows you how to do techniques and shows us examples. I like Mr Castle because he corrects us if we are doing it wrong PE is much better, I feel more experienced now and it is easier working with two teachers as they can spend more time with us all Class 1 told me that PE is really fun, and it has helped me with games that I play at play time. It is quite tiring though! Class 5 told me that PE this year has definitely improved. We like the way Mr Castle explain how to do different things in the lesson. Whole School Observations/Considerations Consistent approach to ensuring all children have a full PE kit in school in Wk 1 of a new term. Involvement for children that are unable to do PE due to injury. Additional resources e.g: more tennis balls to allow differentiation in Multi-skills

4 Year 1 Observation Miss Graham WALT: be able to throw and catch a ball to a partner with control and accuracy Success Criteria: Use two hands to catch, throw and catch with a partner. Miss Graham was in PE kit and shared both the WALT and the success criteria with the class prior to going in the hall to start the practical part of the lesson. Safety in the hall during PE discussed Appropriate warm up (cups and saucers) Good reference to fitness and how the body responds to exercise Re-modelling of technique in the hall, mini plenary to remind of success criteria Well planned main activities, mirroring Mr. Castles. Plenary was completed in the classroom and a self assessment of success against the criteria. Year 5 Observation Mr Ball WALT: be aware of space in a competitive game. Success Criteria: Head up looking for opposition, use good handling skills to pass accurately. Mr Ball was in PE kit and shared both the WALT and the success criteria with the class prior to going to the field to start the practical part of the lesson. Appropriate warm up and stretches

5 Good reference to fitness and why the body needs a warm up prior to activity. Re-modelling of technique on the field. Well planned main activities to practise the skills. Addressed misconception of technique and used children to model All groups organised themselves and were engaged. Appropriate cool down stretches and referral back to learning discussion. Year 4 Observation Mr Oliver WALT: be able to pass and move into a space. (Tag Rugby) Success Criteria: pass backwards, move into a space to take the pass. Mr Oliver was in PE kit and shared both the WALT and the success criteria with the class prior to going to the playground to start the practical part of the lesson. Good use of ICT via use of a youtube clip to demonstrate the technique of passing backwards in a game. Specific misconceptions from the previous lesson were addressed Appropriate warm up and stretches following Mr Castle activities. Good explanation of technical language of game Good modelling of technique on the playground. Well planned main activities to practise the skills. Addressed misconception of technique and used children to model All groups organised themselves and were engaged. Appropriate cool down stretches and referral back to learning discussion on the playground to finish the lesson.

6 Year R Observation Mr Castle and Mr Askew WALT: be able to pick up and put down an object with accuracy. Success Criteria: Looking where you are moving to, using both hands to pick up and object/put down. Mr Askew was in PE kit and participated with small groups and individuals throughout the lesson. Age appropriate warm up games and activities. Good discussion and reminders about safety when moving around with lots of other children. Children able to respond well to prompts showing good learning. Well planned main activities to practise the skills, and increase the skills throughout the lesson. Addressed misconception of technique and used a child that had previously found it tricky to demonstrate. PE and School Sport Funding 2014/2015 Academic Funding received for Academic Year 2014/2015 as of February 2015 is 8,810. This funding will be used in the following ways to improve training, pupil participation and specialist coaching in our school. Continue with specialist coaching for all classes, once a week. Purchase additional/up-dated equipment for all key stages/eyfs Continue funding for swimming awards Continue funding and build on inter school relations to incorporate additional tournaments

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