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PE and Sport Premium

Cannon Lane Primary School

PE and School Sport Strategy 2019-2020

 

 

Total number of pupils on roll at Cannon Lane School (Sept. 2019) 790

Total amount of PE and Sports Premium £16,000 + £10 per pupil

 £23,900

 

How the PE and Sport Premium will be spent

 

To provide a specialist gymnastics coach to work alongside teachers in curriculum time (high quality provision for children and professional development for teachers).

£3000

To provide external sports coaches to lead lunchtime activities.

£7050

To provide specialist sports coaches through local clubs and national governing bodies to support teachers during PE lessons (rugby coaching for year 6 children)

£3000

Provide transport to enable children to take part in local sport competitions

£1200

New PE equipment to develop the leadership of PE and School Sport

£2000

Membership of Harrow School Sports Partnerships(including organisations of competitions)

£750

New Kit for Sports Competitions

£1500

Provision of fixed outdoor sport equipment

£5000

Provision to improve Swimming for children who cannot swim the designated distance (boosters)

£400

 

Total:

£24,100

 

 

Key Achievements to Date Areas of Improvement
  • Improved Physical Activity through outdoor areas
  • Specialist sports coaches used to develop teacher’s skills and knowledge.
  •  Physical activity is promoted on school website, through newsletters and sporting events (Sport Relief, Soccer Aid and walk to school).
  • A wide range of activities both in clubs and at lunch time to increase the levels of physical activity.
  • Continually excelling in intra competitions within the borough and at LYG.
  • To introduce the Daily Mile into Schools.
  • Further enhancement of equipment for sporting activities and competition.
  • To achieve the Silver Award in the School Games Mark.

 

Academic Year: 2019/2020

 

Total Allowed: £24,100

 

Date Updated: Dec 2019

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

Aims/ Impact on Pupils  Actions to Achieve Evidence and Impact Sustainability/ Next steps

To continue to enhance the range of physical activity at play times and lunch times.

 

To enhance the range of sports equipment

Improvement of playground games and equipment.

 

A wide range of activities at play times and lunch time.

 

Annual update of sports equipment.

Having the outdoor play area for both KS1 and KS2 allows children to participate in different physical activity each day.

 

A wider range of clubs/ activities for break time and lunch time (e.g. dodgeball, table tennis).

Wider variety of equipment.

 

 

Date Updated: Dec 2019
Key indicator 2: The profile of PESSPA being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
Aims/ Impact on Pupils  Actions to Achieve Evidence and Impact Sustainability/ Next steps

To widen the range of both, inter and intra house competitions (which focuses on KS2).

 

To enhance the range of sports equipment.

Introducing new intra house competitions to the school such as badminton and rugby league.

 

Introducing new inter house competitions such as table tennis and dodgeball. 

 

Whole school events such as sports day include all abilities. 

Evidence from inter and intra and inter competitions can be found on school website and in newsletters.   

 

Date Updated: Dec 2019

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Aims/ Impact on Pupils  Actions to Achieve Evidence and Impact Sustainability/ Next steps

Increase confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.

We promote professional development in different sports and provide training and resources for teachers.

Also we hire highly qualified sport coaches to work alongside teachers to enhance the teaching of PE and Sport.

We will measure this by giving the teachers surveys on their confidence in a specific area before and after their programmes.

 

Also we will keep a record of how many teachers have worked with high qualified coaches.  We have professional coaches from Watford FC and Saracens Rugby.

 

 

Date Updated: Dec 2019

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Aims/ Impact on Pupils  Actions to Achieve Evidence and Impact Sustainability/ Next steps

Increase confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.

Introducing new sports to all years. Allowing them to compete in both inter and intra competitions. Also broadening the range of activities in the after school time window.

 

Including playground resources to encourage children to active play.

Recording of what sports and extra activities will be shown in a folder which will be submitted for the School Games Mark.   

 

Date Updated: Dec 2019

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Aims/ Impact on Pupils  Actions to Achieve Evidence and Impact Sustainability/ Next steps

Profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement.

We encourage children to take part as leaders in events such as Sports Day, Soccer Aid and Sport Relief.

Adding extra activities/ sport to make sure children are active through break times and travel.

We will measure this action by wall charts for activities such as Walk to school.

Also we will put into a spreadsheet the activities which have been created for break/ lunchtime and create some inter- house tournaments

 
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