Vision: ALL pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
Objective: To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools against 5 key indicators:
- the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
- the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
- an increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
- a broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
- an increased participation in competitive sport
£8,864 + £3,379 carry forward = £12, 243
|Key priorities to date:||Key achievements/What worked well:||Key Learning/What will change next year:|
|£1,211.40 Subscription to sports partnership.
Increased participation in competitive sport.
The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school.
Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.
|Sports competitions entered, including Cross country where Stock School went through to the County finals competition with a year 4 team and a year 5 individual – who came 3rd – our best result yet.PLT gained training in dance and tennis. Dance training delivered by imoves dance who offer fantastic scheme with online music and videos.
1 member of staff gained training in SEN&D tennis, the school were given a bag of resources suitable for differentiating tennis lessons. These resources are also suitable for our younger children in EYFS and year 1.
2 members of staff had training in imoves and agree it was a scheme worth buying into.
|Next year we aim to enter more competitions than this year and we aim to ensure more staff access the training opportunities offered.
To buy into imoves dance scheme and access the training for all members of staff to use the dance scheme effectively.
To purchase more of the short handled tennis racquets in order for all EYFS, KS1 and SEN&D children to be able to participate in tennis lessons. To find opportunities for more members of staff to receive training in SEND PE.
To provide staff with a block of PE lessons taught by a sports coach, enabling the teachers to team teach alongside the coach.
|To repair and/or replace broken equipment in order to provide the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity.£353.74 – gym
£99.28 – Maypole ribbons
£352.57 – footballs and hockey balls
|Gymnastics equipment has been repaired and/or replaced.
Dance ribbons which were fraying and breaking were replaced, allowing 2 classes to perform at the local Church Flower Festival.
|To purchase more gym mats and another mat trolley.To ensure all members of staff gain training in gymnastics, in particular, how to teach forward and backward rolls. To purchase a new scheme of work for gymnastics.
To assess and check PE equipment to ensure it is suitable and plentiful for each class’ needs for their curriculum.
To purchase a new scheme of work for games in order to plan for a broad and balanced curriculum.
|To purchase new/different equipment to broaden the experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.£319.98 – football goals
|4 football goals have been purchased that can remain up all year or be easily moved if necessary. The children can now use the goals during break and lunch time – a rota has been created in order for the whole of KS1 and KS2 children to have a turn.
|To ensure we enter both a boys and a girls team into the partnership football leagues.
To purchase equipment for new sports – starting with badminton nets, rackets and shuttlecocks.
|To purchase more physically active and challenging outside equipment to encourage a more active break time when the field is out of use.£4, 400 – Adventure play equipment
|Permanent sloped climbing walls plus monkey bars have been installed over the Summer holidays. Impact is to be seen.||To ensure all children have entitlement to the equipment and that it is being used properly.To look at the possibility of purchasing other permanent sports equipment.
|To transport two classes of children to swimming lessons£1428.04 – cost of coaches minus parental contribution
For two classes of children to have a 10 week block of swimming and water safety lessons -– a broader experience of a range of sports and activities being offered.
£1,167 – cost of lessons
|Two classes of children attended 10 swimming lessons where they made progress with their swimming ability and all had lifesaving. All children received certificates from The Basildon Sporting Village.||To ensure at least one class have a block of swimming lessons which include water safety and to ensure those children in year 6 who have not achieved their 25m have top-up lessons to work towards this goal.|
|To increase the participation in competitive sports. Year 2 attending sports competition.£225 – coach cost
|Children attended a sports hall athletic competition. One of our year 2 boys came 1stoverall.||To continue to access the competitions for KS1.|
|For PLT to attend PLT meetings – increasing knowledge, confidence and skills in the area of PE and as PLTFor children to be coached prior to competitions.
£398.96 Teaching costs
|PLT gained valuable information with regards to upcoming competitions, courses and sports coach contacts.
Children gained coaching prior to competitions.
|PLT to continue attending meetings in order to gain training and valuable contacts.PLT to coach children for a wider variety of competitions – starting with football, a competition we haven’t entered for a few years.
PLT to also work with other local schools to arrange friendly competitions / matches.
|For children to have a greater awareness about the dangers of obesity, inactivity and other such issues that undermine their health£480 – Payment to blitz fit me
|A block of nutrition and health lessons were delivered to the year 3 and year 6 classes. The children learnt about nutrition and health. They learnt to improve their performance in physical activities.||To run a change for life club, targeting year 3 and year 4 children.
To continue the mile a day initiative across the whole school to ensure all children have an active and physical lifestyle.