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Columbia Grange School

Little Steps, Big Aspirations For All

P.e sports premium

PE / Sport premium 2016 2017 

For the 2016 / 2017 year our funding was £8,403 –please see below for  breakdown of where the money was spent, as we value the benefits from increased participation in sports, and as we have two distinct cohorts of pupils required very different interventions,  school have also part –funded some of the services we have used the PE grant for. 

Interventions and spending  for 2016 2017 

Sensory equipment 

OT services  

Sensory / emotional regulation staff training  

PE equipment 

Karate 

Footballers 

June – Fit for Fun 

Circus skills 

Measuring Impact 

  • For those pupils functioning at lower P levels and requiring sensory input we measure impact through SCERTS data – baseline, interim and final assessment 
  • Also use evidence from qualitative data – results from questionnaires sent to parents, teachers and support staff, regarding child’s emotional regulative state 
  • For those pupils functioning at higher P levels baseline assessments of their physical skills have been completed and further interim and year end assessments will be used to measure impact.  Lesson observations and learning walks completed to ensure skills from coaches have been passed on to teaching staff and new resources purchased are supporting effective teaching and progress can be seen in PE skills 
  • Achieved great active schools charter bronze for 2015 2016 – gathering evidence to go forward for silver level this year 

The PE and Sports Premium for Primary Schools - Sports Funding.

 The government is providing funding to maintained primary schools and academies that is specifically targeted at improving the provision of physical education (PE) and sport.

For the academic year 2014 to 2015 we were allocated £8,335
For the academic year 2015 to 2016 we have been allocated £8,335

 

How we spent the money in 2014 – 2015
• We bought in specialist coaches to work with our pupils during PE lessons on their physical skills and to up-skill and train our staff in the process
SAFC foundation
'Fit for fun'
• We have increased the number of 'physical' after school and lunch time clubs – we now have football club, fit for fun club, judo club and circus skills club
• We have developed our outdoor areas to encourage greater physical participation and development

 

How we intend to spend the money in 2015 – 2016
• Purchase equipment to enhance physical development in outdoor provision – bikes, scooters, bats, balls etc
• Purchase PE equipment to enable more effective teaching – parachutes etc
• Bought in specialist teachers to work with pupils and up-skill staff
• Increased lunchtime and after school provision
• Bought in specialist OT provision from tree tops to assess pupils and train staff to support pupils' emotional regulation and sensory needs
• Setting up of specialist resource room – sensory / OT room, pupils physical needs can be met


How we intend to measure impact

 • For those pupils functioning at lower P levels and requiring occupational therapy input and a sensory diet, we will measure the impact of OT provision through SCERTs data. We have taken a baseline of those pupils current functioning / emotional regulation skills and we will complete an interim and final assessment during the year. We will also use evidence from qualitative data – results from questionnaires sent to parents, teachers and support staff regarding their child's emotional regulative state – for example – are they reaching an emotionally regulated state faster, are they able to seek mutual support to help regulate, are they becoming more aware of their physical needs and seek effective self-regulation?

• For those pupils functioning at higher P levels, and early National Curriculum levels, baseline assessments of their physical skills have been completed, and further interim and year end assessments will be used to measure the impact. Lesson observations and learning walks have also been and will continue to be completed by the senior leadership team to ensure skills from coaches have been passed on to teaching staff, new resources purchased are supporting effective teaching and progress can be seen in the teaching of PE.