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Sports Premium Allocation

Sport Premium Allocation for 2016 / 2017

For the 2016 / 2017 Academic year, the school has been allocated £10 025.

What we will do in 2016/17 Why we want to do it? How will we measure the impact?
Supply a full time sports leader

Having a full time sports leader will enable us:

  • to ensure that teachers are supported in the delivery of PE lessons. This will aim to develop a class teacher’s ability to provide high level physical education lessons.
  • to give our sports teams the opportunity to develop and have extra practice sessions.
  • to organise intra-school competitions and raise the number of children involved in those competitions.
  • to support children as the role of coaches. This will lead to enhanced self-esteem and teach them vital new life skills.
  • To support selected pupils at break and lunchtime to involve them in group sporting activities.
  • To set up a Change4life club to target those children who need regular physical activity.

The sports leader will provide evidence that a teacher’s ability to deliver P.E. lessons has improved due to their input. This could include observations, feedback from the teacher or feedback from the pupils.

There will be evidence that children have been involved in a wide range of competitions and given the opportunity to prepare fully for these events.

Children will be involved in a greater number of intra-school competitions than they were last year.

Feedback from pupils will show that they have been given the opportunity to act as coaches in certain activities. They will reflect on this and explain how it has impacted upon them.

Feedback from pupils will show that there is a greater range of break time activities to take part in.

Supply a full time dance teacher Having a full time dance leader will enable us:
  • to ensure that teachers are supported in the delivery of dance lessons. This will aim to develop a class teacher’s ability to provide high level physical education lessons.
  • to give our dance teams the opportunity to develop and have extra practice sessions.
  • to participate in competitions.
  • to developing key skills.
  • to track the engagement of children across the school.

The dance teacher will provide evidence that a teacher’s ability to deliver dance lessons has improved due to their input. This could include observations, feedback from the teacher or feedback from the pupils.

There will be evidence that children have been involved in a wide range of competitions and given the opportunity to prepare fully for these events.

Children will be involved in a greater number of dance competitions than last year.

Equipment

We understand that having the correct equipment is essential to the learning of certain skills. From Year 3, the children are taught to respect the sports equipment. Selected children are given the role of equipment monitors and are also asked to help set up certain activities. The children take these roles very seriously and it increases maturity and responsibility.

Lists of equipment monitors; inventory of equipment; reference to equipment in lesson plans and observations.
Sports partnership As well as intra school competitions, the children take part in inter school competitions. Representing the school gives the children a huge confidence boost, promotes teamwork and teaches them the core value of respect. To ensure that we are involved in as many competitions as possible, we are part of the Canterbury Sports Partnership. This allows us entry into a number of events in addition to the other competitions that we pay to enter. Lists of children who have participated; feedback on participation in questionnaires.
Competition entries Throughout the year, we attend a wide range of sports competitions. Many of these require a paid entry. Lists of children who have participated; feedback on participation in questionnaires.
Coaches Although we have a sports leader, we aim to use the services of other sports coaches throughout the year. By doing this, we ensure that children are getting high quality coaching in specific areas. Through working with and observing coaches, teachers will also be able to improve their own skill sets. Lists of children who have participated; feedback on participation in questionnaires.
Travel costs Travelling to and from sporting events and the need to sometimes book an extra minibus to take more children. Lists of children who have participated; feedback on participation in questionnaires.
Head Teacher: Mr. Stuart Pywell Address: Hales Drive, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7AD Tel: 01227 464119 Fax: 01227 780855 Email: admin@ststephensjuniorschool.co.uk
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