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East Sheen Primary

Upper Richmond Rd West, London, SW14 8ED

Sport Premium

 

Sport Premium Overview

The government has provided additional funding since 2013 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. The government has committed to the sports’ premium funding until 2020, with the amount doubling from September 2017. This academic year our school will receive a grant of £20,450.

Sports Premium 2017-2018 Proposed spending:

  • Sports' coaches to attend events: £800
  • Whitton Partnership (borough competitions): £1000
  • afPE quality mark: £220
  • Sports tournaments: £800
  • Sports Day venue hire, equipment, subsidy for transport to venue: £1600 
  • Swimming lane hire for gala trials: £80
  • Oyster Cards for adults accompanying Y3, Y4, Y5 to swimming lessons:£1500
  • Cover to release staff to take children to events: £3000
  • Cover to release PE coordinator for sports audit/gold mark: £1200
  • Resources: £2000  
  • Playtime equipment/games: £300
  • Sports coaches to support/train SMSAs (6x coaches per week):£3800
  • Contribution to PTA playground running track: £4150 + carry forward from 2016-2017 to support the "daily mile" initiative and 30:30 activity

Already we have bought basketball nets this year and entered competitions for Y4 and Y6-a new sport for us this year.  Our girls' football team have won the 2017-2018 Football Festival and will represent the borough at the London Games at Crystal Palace in March 2018. Y2 girls competed in a football festival and won the event. We entered cross country runners from Y3, Y4, Y5 and Y6 and one of our Y5 boys gained the silver medal. Our mixed netball team won the London region Surrey Storm Tournament and will now compete against other regional finalists at The Copperbox in June.

Next Step Sports who provide our sports' coaching, after school sports' clubs and activity holiday camps were graded "outstanding" for their childcare provision at their inspection in October 2017.

Swimming

Children in Y3 and Y4 attend Putney Swimming Pool for swimming lessons. All children in Y3 swim for two terms and children in Y4 swim for one term. Children compete in the Richmond Borough Large Schools Gala each year. In 2018 the Boys’ team came 4th out of all schools in the competition, with one boy winning gold in the freestyle to become borough champion.

Y6 Swimming

How many pupils within your year 6 cohort can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

43 [72%]

How many pupils within your year 6 cohort can use a range of strokes effectively

49 [82%]

How many pupils within your year 6 cohort can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

48 [80%]

 

 

Impact of Sports Premium 2016/2017

The impact of this grant on sport at East Sheen 2016-2017 has continued to increase with even higher participation and opportunities to represent the school. We participated in all events as in 2015/2016 and reached the borough semi finals in girls' football where we were knocked out by the eventual league winners. We continued to produce borough champions in swimming and performed well in cross country and running events. Children in all yeargroups from Y1 to Y6 have represented the school in a range of sports, including boys and girls football, girls netball, mixed netball, athletics, Kwik cricket and tag rugby,.  As our school is expanding to three form entry we have increased opportunities for development squads to compete with local schools and represent the school in  borough events where possible, as well as increasing opportunities for inter house events at school. We have three lunchtime running clubs for children in KS2, and after school multiskills and  gymnastics clubs for KS1 and girls and boys football, cricket and tag rugby clubs for KS2.  We have also introduced yoga as a class activity and as a club as part of our wellbeing focus.

This year has been a year of building works and reduced space and we are proud that we have continued to offer a wide range of sports for children. We had to put on hold the introduction of the daily "mile" but made sure we took children off site to run and ensured our children could compete with confidence. Children in Y3 and Y4 took part in a locality sports day, chidren in Y1 and Y2 attended events run by local secondary schools and competed in some "friendly" matches with local schools.

Wall bars and fixed apparatus were moved to more suitable positions in our new hall and all gymnastics equipment has been  maintained, repaired or renewed.

We have employed sports coaches four times a week at lunchtime to model active engagement of children in play to midday supervisors so they are upskilled and confident to encourage physical games. 1041 participants have been recorded so far (481 girls and 560 boys) across the yeargroups from Reception to Y6. Grandma’s footsteps, hide ‘n’ find, fitness circuits, physical story-telling and team tag are just some of the activities enjoyed by the children and led by the coaches. Balls, hoops, targets, skittles support lunchtime play as do playground markings to encourage active play, such as "four square" and "hopscotch". 

The termly inter house competitions have also been hugely successful, allowing all children the opportunity to compete in teams. This develops skills of cooperation and support as well as team spirit, raises self-esteem and builds resilience.

The school fund contributed £23000 to fully resurface the playground outside our new building so a national standard netball court could be provided. Hockey club will be reintroduced 2017-2018 now we have our space back!

Sports Premium 2015/2016 – Grant: £9,375 (£858 carried over from 2014-2015)

We are committed to using this resource in developing high quality PE lessons, alongside greater opportunities for sporting competitions, and better playtimes for all our young people.

The impact of this grant on sport at East Sheen this year has been huge, with very high numbers of children having opportunities to represent the school at events ranging from cross country to Y1 girls' football, from Y4 athletics to Y3 hockey. Attached at the foot of this page is a sports newsletter which evidences the levels of involvement throughout the whole school; competitions are now no longer the reserve of the Y6 "A" teams! The quality of sports' coaching delivered by Next Step Sports resulted in all our teams reaching at least quarter final stage, with semi finals in netball and our girls winning the Richmond Football league. Sport enjoys a high profile at the school and the grant has enabled us to develop our sports teaching within school and increase involvement. Next year's target is based on improving physical fitness for all.

Proposed spending of Sports Premium 2016-17  (£9,375)

  • Sports' coaches to attend events: £400
  • Whitton Partnership (borough competitions): £1000
  • afPE quality mark: £220
  • Sports tournaments: £400
  • Sports Day venue hire, equipment, subsidy for transport to venue: £1600 
  • Swimming lane hire for gala trials: £50
  • Oyster Cards for adults accompanying Y3, Y4, Y5 to swimming lessons:£1500
  • Cover to release staff to take children to events: £2000
  • Resources: £2000  
  • Playtime equipment/games: £185

Proposed spending of Sports Premium 2015-16

  • Imove Dance Programme: £960
  • Sports' coaches to attend events: £360
  • Whitton Partnership (borough competitions): £1000
  • Silver Sports Recognition: £220
  • Sports tournaments: £300
  • Sports Day venue hire, equipment, subsidy for transport to venue: £1600 
  • Swimming lane hire for gala trials: £38
  • Oyster Cards for adults accompanying Y3, Y4, Y5 to swimming lessons:£1150
  • Cover to release staff to take children to events: £1750
  • Resources: £2500  (gymnastics mats, football goals, gazeebos to provide bases/shelter at sports events)
  • Playtime equipment/games: £355

Impact:

The school continues to participate in all borough tournaments and every opportunity is taken to extend competitive sports to Y3, 4 and 5. By the end of May, 206 additional opportunities for children from Y1-Y6 have been created for children to represent the school.  Inter house tournaments take place termly to ensure all children enjoy team competition. Running club is so popular that a second lunchtime club has started.  NSSport plan to introduce a running programme “a mile a day”. The aim is to increase fitness for all children, with personal goals and targets.

The girls’ football team has won the borough league final beating Hampton Juniors 2:1 in a thrilling match. This is a fantastic achievement. The netball team reached the semi-finals, the boys’ football team topped their group and reached the quarter finals whilst in the borough swimming gala the boys were overall runners-up. In the cross country event for children in Y3-Y6 our team came second with Y3 winning gold.

In addition to the  before and after school sports clubs, NSSport provide two coaches to run a range of activities and games for children to access during lunchtimes if they so wish. A staggering 1027 participants have been recorded so far (453 girls and 574 boys) across the yeargroups from Reception to Y6. Grandma’s footsteps, hide ‘n’ find, fitness circuits, physical story-telling and team tag are just some of the activities enjoyed by the children and led by the coaches.

The termly inter house competitions have also been hugely successful, allowing all children the opportunity to compete in teams. This develops skills of cooperation and support as well as team spirit, raises self-esteem and builds resilience.

For 2014 – 2015 we  received £9,375 additional funding spent as follows: 

Competitive School Sport: Increase the opportunities for children to compete in sport [£1500]

·         Support with intra and inter school competition co-ordination and delivery (inclusive)

·         Organised competitions at local/borough level

Playtime Equipment and Playtime Leader: Ensure that playtimes are active, stimulating and that sports' equipment is creatively used.  [£1000]

·         Replacement of playtime equipment ·        

·         SMSA to lead the organisation of the zones, to ensure staff are engaged and that children are interacting positively

High Quality Physical Education: Raising standards of teaching indoor PE [£3220]

·         Regular specialist support from qualified PE consultants/teachers and coaches

·         Primary teachers to achieve high quality training

·         PE mentors for staff

·         PE leader, with consultant plan a bespoke Dance, Gymnastic and Multi-skills curriculum for each year group.

New swimming arrangements:  Improve provision for all levels of ability [£1000]

·         Adult fares to Putney on public transport

   Increased number of coaches to support improvement of children's      swimming ability

Resources:  [£2655]

  • New equipment to support new clubs
  • Dance scheme of work
  • Football goals and nets
  • Line marking for competitive sports
  • Sports Day equipment
  • Admin support to extend sporting opportunities

Impact:

Profile of sport in the curriculum has risen. Our high quality facilities enable us to host many matches and competitions, both internally and gainst other schools. The girls were runners up in the borough gala and all sports teams finished in the top half of the table with the boys' football team reaching the quarter finals. Competitions were introduced for children in Y2, Y3, Y4 and Y5 and development squads in Y5 and Y6 have enjoyed training sessions. This has enabled more children to represent the school and experience competition. 

Pupil Survey 2015 "I enjoy playtimes" increased fron 93% to 95%

In 2013-14 we received £9,275 additional funding

The money was spent as follows:

Membership of Richmond School Sports Partnership £2850

High Quality Physical Education: Raising standards of all our children in Physical education[£3175]

  • Regular specialist support from qualified PE teachers or qualified sports coaches working with primary teachers to achieve high quality teaching and learning in lessons
  • Identifying and employing specialist support alongside the Primary PE- co-ordinator in curriculum provision, mapping and lesson planning
  • Support in monitoring and evaluating the progress of pupils through assessment
  • CPD opportunities for teachers in national and bespoke programmes in PE & Sport
  • Cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE and sport
  • Development of student leadership programmes
  • Increased sport clubs
  • Pupil and staff audit

Competitive School Sport: Increase the opportunity for children to compete in sport [£2500]

  • Support with intra and inter school competition co-ordination and delivery (inclusive)
  • Organised competitions at local/borough level
  • Equipment

Healthy Active Lifestyles: Ensuring all our children have access to regular exercise [£750]

  • School based Health programmes and intervention strategies
  • Playground Zoning’ CPD for teachers / support staff.
  • Providing playground equipment to achieve ‘Better Playtimes.’
  • Workshops

Impact: 2013/2014 was overall our best sporting year ever. We reached the semi-finals in girls’ and boys’ football, netball and tag rugby. We also significantly improved our performance in the LA swimming gala. All our teachers have been involved in high quality training delivered by PE consultant, Donna Smith which has resulted in improved gymnastics sessions. Club provision has also increased with karate taking place daily and fourteen other sports clubs running each week. The clubs are at capacity and the children’s enthusiasm for sport was reflected in the high number of participants (over 200) in the PTA 5km fun run.

Results in our 2014 Pupil Survey show that ‘I enjoy playtimes’ has increased to 93% from 86% in 2013.