Primary PE and Sports Premium 2018-2019

Allocated Funding (£19,740)

Primary school sports funding is used to provide qualified teachers and specialist sports coaches to support the delivery of PE lessons alongside school staff and to enable regular competition with similar schools.  Through the funding pupils have access to a wide range of PE and Sports activities and experiences.  Staff who deliver PE benefit from the extra professional development by these specialist teachers and coaches.

The Support Includes

  • ​​​​​​Curriculum development time – supporting NQT’s and recently qualified teachers within the school to attend appropriate training needs. 
  • Staff to attend relevant training courses to allowing them to have the expertise and confidence to deliver all aspects of the PE curriculum. Ensuring staff are upskilled remains a priority within the school
  • Subject co-ordinator and Head of Faculty to be given ‘leadership time’ to enable them to carry out observations and ensure the PE coverage being delivered meets the needs of the pupils. 
  • Increase the amount and range of extra curricular clubs on offer throughout the school. This to include a new Rebound Therapy and Rock climbing club for pupils in Key Stage 2. Staff to receive the relevant training in order to deliver these to a high standard. School to hire out local facilities to ensure these can take place.
  • To develop a cycling programme within school which allow the pupils to learn cycling skills in a safe and nurturing environment. This to include the school buying into the ‘Wheels for All’ programme, balance bike programme for lower primary and the Level 1,2 and 3 cycling qualifications. 
  • Staff to work alongside Graham Little to develop confidence and knowledge in delivering and supporting Outdoor and Adventure activities across the school.
  • The PE Support Team attend Lancashire Special School Sport Association meetings on behalf of the school to plan county wide events and host an annual event for Lancashire Special Schools within Blackpool.
  • Membership of the Lancashire Special School Sport Association allows PCA pupils to participate in SEN events county wide.
  • This provides access to Level 2 Lancashire inter-special school competitive events including Boccia, New Age Kurling, gymnastics, football, Athletics, Cross Country, Tag Rugby, Swimming Gala, Boys and Girls Football
  • PCA pupils attend an extra-curricular multi skills club at Stanley park for weekly sessions delivered by specialist coaches.  These multi skills sessions are accessed by pupils in Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 and the specialist coaches work alongside PCA teaching and Support Assistants in delivering the sessions.  The club is community based with other mainstream and special schools also in attendance.
  • External sports coach hired to work alongside PCA staff in the delivery of Key Stage 2 extra-curricular clubs. This has included a football club and a multi skills club
  • Used to develop links with external sports clubs. Working with Blackpool Community Trust to offer extra curricular clubs with their support
  • Purchase new equipment to ensure the SoW can be delivered appropriately. This year will have a focus on gymnastic and OAA equipment
  • To give the opportunity for pupils to access and take part in national competitions, e.g. Panathlon swimming events.
  • Extend pathways into community sports group. Support pupils in the playing for the Blackpool Community Trust PAN football team.
  • Used to increase the number of pupils taking part in Level 2 and Level 3 competitions. Increase the range of these competitions PCA take part in.
  • Curriculum sessions tailored to offer a variety of activities ensuring all pupils are engaged and motivated by the sessions. This will involve offering a board range of activities and using local sporting facilities. 
  • Money to be used for ‘top up’ curriculum sessions. Pupils to receive 1/3 longer in the pool as a result of the PE premium funding.
  • The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement.
  • To improve the range of activities on offer during less structured times of the school day, encouraging pupils to take part in at least 30 minutes of physical exercise each day.

The allocation for 2018/19 is £19740

Increased Swimming Lessons

1000.00

Swimming Club and national competitons

1500.00

Riding School

3000.00

Bob Saunders

750.00

LCC SSSA Membership

100.00

FA Skills Coach

1500.00

Welfare Training

300.00

Bikeability / Wheels for All

1800.00

External Sports Coaching

3500.00

Staff Cover & Training

1250.00

Rock Climbing

1500.00

Rebound Therapy

1500.00

Multi Skills club

2215.00

 

Primary PE and Sports Premium 2017-2018

Allocated Funding (£9,870)

Primary school sports funding is used to provide qualified teachers and specialist sports coaches to support the delivery of PE lessons alongside school staff and to enable regular competition with similar schools.  Through the funding pupils have access to a wide range of PE and Sports activities and experiences.  Staff who deliver PE benefit from the extra professional development by these specialist teachers and coaches.

The Support Includes

  • Curriculum development time – supporting NQT’s and recently qualified teachers within the school to attend appropriate training needs. After undertaking a staff skills audit identifying training needs for other members of staff including particular strengths they may have and areas for development.
  • Increase the amount and range of extra curricular clubs on offer throughout the school. This to include a new swimming club for pupils in Key Stage 3, 4 and 5. Staff to receive the relevant training in order to deliver these to a high standard.
  • Support PE staff in the renewal of the AfPE kitemark in Physical Education which expired in April 2017.
  • Staff to attend an in-house outdoor and adventure INSET delivered by Graham Little in May.
  • Staff to work alongside Graham Little to develop confidence and knowledge in delivering and supporting Outdoor and Adventure activities across the school.
  • The PE Support Team attend Lancashire Special School Sport Association meetings on behalf of the school to plan county wide events and host an annual event for Lancashire Special Schools within Blackpool.
  • Membership of the Lancashire Special School Sport Association allows PCA pupils to participate in SEN events county wide.
  • This provides access to Level 2 Lancashire inter-special school competitive events including Boccia, New Age Kurling, gymnastics, Rock Climbing, Athletics, Cross Country, Tag Rugby, Swimming Gala, Boys and Girls Football.
  • FA Skills Coach in for 1 x six week blocks to team teach football skills in curriculum time.
  • PCA pupils attend an extra-curricular multi skills club at Stanley park for weekly sessions delivered by specialist coaches.  These multi skills sessions are accessed by pupils in Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 and the specialist coaches work alongside PCA teaching and Support Assistants in delivering the sessions.  The club is community based with other mainstream and special schools also in attendance.
  • External sports coach hired to work alongside PCA staff in the delivery of Key Stage 2 extra-curricular clubs. This has included a football club and a multi skills club
  • Used to develop links with external sports clubs. Working with Blackpool Community Trust to offer extra curricular clubs with their support
  • Purchase new equipment to ensure the SoW can be delivered appropriately.
  • To give the opportunity for pupils to access and take part in national competitions e.g. people’s FA cup, Panathlon swimming events
  • Extend pathways into community sports group. Support pupils in the playing for the Blackpool Community Trust PAN football team.
  • Used to increase the number of pupils taking part in Level 2 and Level 3 competitions. Increase the range of these competitions PCA take part in.
  • Curriculum sessions tailored to offer a variety of activities ensuring all pupils are engaged and motivated by the sessions. This will involve offering a board range of activities and using local sporting facilities. 
  • PE Premium funding is used to top up Key Stage 2 curriculum time in the water. 29% of last year's Year 6 cohort met the National Curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 meters using a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water based situations. 

Funding Total 2017/18: £9870.00

Increased Swimming Lessons

£950.00

Swimming Club and national competitons

1500.00

Riding School

2000.00

Bob Saunders

750.00

LCC SSSA Membership

100.00

FA Skills Coach

800.00

Welfare Training

300.00

Bikeability

1200

External Sports Coaching

1500

Staff Cover

800.00

 

PE Premium 2017-18

 

Primary PE and Sports Premium 2016-2017

Allocated Funding (£8,500)

Primary school sports funding is used to provide qualified teachers and specialist sports coaches to support the delivery of PE lessons alongside school staff and to enable regular competition with similar schools.  Through the funding pupils have access to a wide range of PE and Sports activities and experiences.  Staff who deliver PE benefit from the extra professional development by these specialist teachers and coaches.

The Support Includes

  • Money has been used to allow for more taught swimming time for Key Stage 2 pupils each week. Lesson time has increased by 15 minutes.
  • After School Swimming Club introduced and the team are competing in national competitions.
  • Used to develop links with external sports clubs. All Key Stage 2 girls have had the opportunity to attend an after school horse riding club at Midgeland Road riding school.
  • Curriculum development time – Bob Saunders (AFpe) in school for a day to undertake lesson observations and discuss subject leadership and growth.
  • The PE Support Team attend Lancashire Special School Sport Association meetings on behalf of the school to plan county wide events and host an annual event for Lancashire Special Schools within Blackpool. 
  • Membership of the Lancashire Special School Sport Association allows PCA pupils to participate in SEN events county wide. 
  • This provides access to Level 2 Lancashire inter-special school competitive events including Boccia, New Age Kurling, Sailing, Rock Climbing, Athletics, Cross Country, Tag Rugby, Swimming Gala, Boys and Girls Football.
  • FA Skills Coach in for 1 x six week blocks to team teach football skills in curriculum time.
  • The ‘Wheels for All’ programme provides weekly sessions throughout the school year focussing on early and developmental cycling skills for Upper Key Stage 2 pupils.
  • The children have access to a range of adapted bikes and receive cycle training in preparation for Bikeability Levels 1 and 2.
  • Blackpool PE and Sport team provide welfare training during lunch times. New equipment has been purchased to support this and enable it to be implemented successfully.
  • External sports coach hired to work alongside PCA staff in the delivery of Key Stage 2 extra-curricular clubs. This has included a football club and a multi skills club
  • PAL’s training for young leaders throughout the school.

PE Premium 2016-2017

 

Primary PE and Sports Premium 2015-2016

Allocated Funding (£8,500)

Primary school sports funding is used to provide qualified teachers and specialist sports coaches to support the delivery of PE lessons alongside school staff and to enable regular competition with similar schools.  Through the funding pupils have access to a wide range of PE and Sports activities and experiences.  Staff who deliver PE benefit from the extra professional development by these specialist teachers and coaches.

The Support Includes

  • Money has been used to allow for more taught swimming time for Key Stage 2 pupils each week. Lesson time has increased by 15 minutes this year.
  • Used to develop links with external sports clubs. All Key Stage 2 girls have had the opportunity to attend an after school horse riding club at Midgeland Road riding school.
  • Curriculum development time – Bob Saunders (AFpe) in school for a day to undertake lesson observations and discuss subject leadership and growth
  • The PE Support Team attend Lancashire Special School Sport Association meetings on behalf of the school to plan county wide events and host an annual event for Lancashire Special Schools within Blackpool. 
  • Membership of the Lancashire Special School Sport Association allows PCA pupils to participate in SEN events county wide. 
  • This provides access to Level 2 Lancashire inter-special school competitive events including Boccia, New Age Kurling, Sailing, Rock Climbing, Athletics, Cross Country, Tag Rugby, Swimming Gala, Boys and Girls Football.
  • FA Skills Coach in for 1 x six week blocks to team teach football skills in curriculum time.
  • PCA pupils attend an extra-curricular multi skills club at Highfield Humanities College for weekly sessions delivered by specialist coaches.  These multi skills sessions are accessed by pupils in Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 and the specialist coaches work alongside PCA Higher Level Teaching Assistants and Support Assistants in delivering the sessions.  The club is community based with other mainstream and special schools also in attendance.
  • The ‘Wheels for All’ programme provides weekly sessions throughout the school year focussing on early and developmental cycling skills for Upper Key Stage 2 pupils.
  • The children have access to a range of adapted bikes and receive cycle training in preparation for Bikeability Levels 1 and 2.
  • Blackpool PE and Sport team provide welfare training during lunch times. New equipment has been purchased to support this and enable it to be implemented successfully.
  • External sports coach hired to work alongside PCA staff in the delivery of Key Stage 2 extra-curricular clubs. This has included a football club and a multi skills club
  • Promotion of the Olympic Legacy Group (OLG). Money has been spent to provide the youngsters with the opportunity to learn Olympic values through wakeboarding, adventurous days and golfing sessions
  • PAL’s training for young leaders throughout the school.

PE Premium 2015-2016

 

Primary PE and Sports Premium 2014 – 2015

Allocated Funding

Primary school sports funding is used to provide qualified teachers and specialist sports coaches to support the delivery of PE lessons alongside school staff and to enable regular competition with similar schools.  Through the funding pupils have access to a wide range of PE and Sports activities and experiences.  Staff who deliver PE benefit from the extra professional development by these specialist teachers and coaches.

The Support Includes

  • Curriculum development time – Bob Saunders (AFpe) in school for a day to undertake lesson observations and discuss subject leadership and growth.
  • The PE Support Team attend Lancashire Special School Sport Association meetings on behalf of the school to plan county wide events and host an annual event for Lancashire Special Schools within Blackpool.
  • Membership of the Lancashire Special School Sport Association allows PCA pupils to participate in SEN events county wide.
  • This provides access to Level 2 Lancashire inter-special school competitive events including Boccia, New Age Kurling, Sailing, Rock Climbing, Athletics, Cross Country, Tag Rugby, Swimming Gala, Boys and Girls Football.
  • FA Skills Coach in for 1 x six week blocks to team teach football skills in curriculum time.
  • PCA pupils attend an extra-curricular multi skills club at Highfield Humanities College for weekly sessions delivered by specialist coaches.  These multi skills sessions are accessed by pupils in Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 and the specialist coaches work alongside PCA Higher Level Teaching Assistants and Support Assistants in delivering the sessions.  The club is community based with other mainstream and special schools also in attendance.
  • The ‘Wheels for All’ programme provides weekly sessions throughout the school year focussing on early and developmental cycling skills for Upper Key Stage 2 pupils.
  • The children have access to a range of adapted bikes and receive cycle training in preparation for Bikeability Levels 1 and 2.
  • Blackpool PE and Sport team provide welfare training during lunch times. New equipment has been purchased to support this and enable it to be implemented successfully.
  • External sports coach hired to work alongside PCA staff in the delivery of Key Stage 2 extra-curricular clubs. This has included a football club and a multi skills club
  • Money has been used to allow for more taught swimming time for Key Stage 2 pupils each week. Lesson time has increased by 15 minutes this year.
  • Used to develop links with external sports clubs. All Key Stage 2 girls have had the opportunity to attend an after school horse riding club at Midgeland Road riding school.
  • Promotion of the Olympic Legacy Group (OLG). Money has been spent to provide the youngsters with the opportunity to learn Olympic values through wakeboarding, adventurous days and golfing sessions.
  • PAL’s training for young leaders throughout the school.

PE Premium 2014-2015

 

Primary PE and Sports Premium 2013 – 2014

Allocated Funding:  £8,500 (Minimum level)

Primary school sports funding is used to provide qualified teachers and specialist sports coaches to support the delivery of PE lessons alongside school staff, and to enable regular competition with similar schools.  This service is provided by Blackpool PE and Support Team which consists of 5 fully qualified teachers and a bank of 8 specialist coaches.  The funding is also used to provide extra sports equipment in school.

Through the funding pupils have access to a wide range of PE and Sports activities and experiences. Staff who deliver PE benefit from the extra professional development provided by these Specialist Teachers and Coaches.

The support includes:-

  • Curriculum development time - support for school PE Specialist in developing a new Scheme of Work (LA Advisory Teacher Support – 2 days).
  • Local Advisory Teacher in to support planning and delivery of Key Stage 1 and Lower Primary Gymnastics – 6 week block of team teaching to be implemented in September 2014.
  • The PE Support Team attend Lancashire Special School Sport Association meetings on behalf of the school to plan county wide events and host an annual event for Lancashire Special Schools within Blackpool. 
  • Membership of the Lancashire Special School Sport Association allows Park pupils to participate in SEN events county wide. 
  • This provides access to Level 2 Lancashire inter-special school competitive events including Boccia, New Age Kurling, Sailing, Rock Climbing, Athletics, Cross Country, Tag Rugby, Swimming Gala, Boys and Girls Football.
  • FA Skills Coach in for 2 x six week blocks to team teach football skills in curriculum time.
  • Park School pupils attend an extra-curricular multi skills club at Highfield Humanities College for weekly sessions delivered by specialist coaches.  These multi skills sessions are accessed by pupils in Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 and the specialist coaches work alongside Park School Higher Level Teaching Assistants and Support Assistants in delivering the sessions.  The club is community based with other mainstream and special schools also in attendance.
  • The ‘Wheels for All’ programme provides weekly sessions throughout the school year focussing on early and developmental cycling skills for Upper Key Stage 2 pupils.
  • The children have access to a range of adapted bikes and receive cycle training in preparation for Bikeability Levels 1 and 2.
  • Advisory Teacher support in applying for the AFPE Mark (half day).
  • Level 2 Coach support provided by ‘FA MASH UP’ club for weekly sessions after school. Up to 20 pupils regularly attend the club.
  • Primary PE and Sports Premium funding was used to purchase the Lancashire Physical Education Scheme of Work.
  • The funding is being used to support the provision of complimentary PE tops for primary and secondary pupils from September 2014 to establish a common dress code across the school for Physical Education.

PE Premium 2013-2014