Our PE subject leader is Miss Power.

The following documents highlight our PE funding allocation and spending. Our overall aims 2017 2018 are:

To increase the number of pupils making good or better progress (from 2017 end year data baseline).

To accelerate progress to increase percentage of pupils meeting end of year expectations (with a particular focus on year 3, 4 and year 6).

To increase the number of pupils working at greater depth in each year group.

Data 2016 2017 academic year

2016 2017 progress and attainmentYear 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5Year 6
Attainment (pupils meeting)90%65%81%95%66%85%
Progress (% pupils making good pr better progress)90%65%44%67%47%76%
Pupil premium attainment (non pupil premium)88% (92%)69% (57%)100% (78%)91% (100%)50% (100%)100% (88%)
Pupils working at greater depth323222

This year 2017 2018 our PE funding is being used to buy specialist coaches from Litherland Sportspark. They will be working with children during the afternoons in the autumn, spring and summer terms (Monday to Friday) and leading games, dance and athletics activities. There will be a focus on pupils working at greater depth and increasing the number of pupils meeting end of year expectations in each year group.

Swimming 2017 2018

Children attend weekly swimming lessons at Meadows Leisure Centre. The sessions are taught by professional swimming instructors from Active Aquatics. Based on this   % of the current year 6 cohort are meeting the national curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, use a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

Enrichment

This academic year we have introduced enrichment sessions for pupils identified as greater depth along with those that need additional support. The bespoke sessions have been taught by Active Sefton coaches. Small groups with personalised and individual support have been offered weekly during Autumn and Spring term. The progress and confidence of the children who have been offered the sessions has been monitored and below are some quotes given by those pupils.

‘There was a variety of activities. It gave me the confidence to learn new skills and ‘teach’ the younger children in the group. It also meant that I could support my class mates during whole class PE lessons.’ Grace

‘Sometimes during whole class lessons – the people that can’t do it get all of the support and attention. It was nice to have the coaches attention to build on my skills. More help, more attention, more confidence!’ Aimee

Something to look forward too! Less people meant that you had more rounds of each game.’ Jamie

You didn’t have to wait if you needed help. The coaches were just there!’ ‘We could then help the younger children’ Ellie

‘Training us the teach others’ – combined

 

Academic year 2017 2018

PE funding: £8500 total

Our Offer
Pupils will have a 1 hour session per week led by specialist coaches from Litherland Sportspark. Class teachers will join in with sessions and use as an opportunity to increase the numbers of pupils meeting expectations and/ or greater depth.  The programme will span three terms: autumn 17; spring 18; summer 18.
Total cost: £ £2,160 x 3 = £6480 

Impact: Increased % of pupils meeting end of key stage expectations in physical education. 

£1000 for additional resources across the PE curriculum

£1000 for additional resources for our extra curricular offer

We also use PE funding to provide support for coaching and outdoor and adventurous activities – giving pupils the opportunity to participate in a wider range of sports.

Our offer for after school clubs includes:
Football
Dance
Netball
Sports’ skills
Community Soccer coaching

Year 5 and 6 residential visit (outdoor and adventurous theme). All pupils have the opportunity to participate.

Total cost/ subsidy: £1000