SPORTS PREMIUM AT ASTON ON TRENT PRIMARY SCHOOL


PE development through use of SSP funding 2015/16


Teaching of PE curriculum

-      Continued observations of staff (mostly PPA) teaching different areas of PE curriculum. Evidence of strong teaching and good practice.

-      Y2 and 6 teacher shadowed FA skills coach to improve teaching of games in KS1 and KS2.

-      Y5 participating in Healthy Living programme organised and delivered by DCFC coaches.

-      Staff raised concerns about conditions of playground and whether PE funding could be used. Health and Safety of children compromised. Increased number of accidents during PE lessons, after school clubs and play/lunch times resulting in need for first aid (speak to LK re match funding).

-      Request sent to govs with regards to playground resurface. Approved.

 

Improving participation and School Sport

-      Resources again purchased to improve training standards before participation in school sporting events.

-      Further increased lunch time provision; hockey, dodgeball.

-      Affiliation with Derby City SSP.

-      High level of participation in school sports including Celebration of Dance, girls football festival and tournament, football league and tournament (local and county), netball, Foundation Stage fundamentals.

-      Regular meetings held with local cluster group to arrange sporting events. ‘Tri-School Cup’ tournament set up for Years 3/4 and Years 5/6. Winter games include hockey, dodgeball and benchball for each year groups. Summer games tbc.

-      Relationship developed with Premier Sports (breakfast/after school club provider) to take part in out of school competitions. So far Y5/6 dodgeball and Y3/4 handball (winners)!

-      Proposed installation of ‘KS2 Trim Trail’ as a result from class council wish list (£6000 approx). To be used mostly by KS2 at play/lunch times throughout the year.

-      Plans approved by govs. Installation to take place Feb/March 2016.

PE development through use of SSP funding 2014/15

Teaching of PE curriculum

-      Continued observations of staff teaching different areas of PE curriculum. Evidence of strong teaching and good practice.

-      Y1 and 2 teacher shadowed FA skills coach to improve teaching of games in KS1.

-      Y5 participated in Healthy Living programme organised and delivered by DCFC coaches.

-      New resources purchased with budget put to effective use. Staff have commented on improved teaching and learning because of this.

-      Staff raised concerns about conditions of playground and whether PE funding could be used. Health and Safety of children compromised. Increased number of accidents during PE lessons, after school clubs and play/lunch times resulting in need for first aid (speak to LK re match funding).

 

Improving participation and School Sport

-      New kit purchased due to increased participation in sporting events.

-      Resources again purchased to improve training standards before participation in school sporting events.

-      Further increased lunch time provision.

-      Affiliation with Derby City SSP.

-      High level of participation in school sports including Celebration of Dance, tag rugby festival, girls football festival and tournament, football league and tournament (local and county),

-      Regular meetings held with local cluster group to arrange sporting events. Opportunities for pupils across KS2 to take part in various sports competitions including tag rugby, football, hockey, dodgeball, rounders and benchball. Inter school athletics tournament proposed for next year.  

-      Proposed installation of ‘KS2 Trim Trail’ as a result from class council wish list (£6000 approx). To be used mostly by KS2 at play/lunch times throughout the year.

School Sport opportunities

The following sporting fixtures will be taking place over the first half terms until Christmas:

  • October 2nd – Year 6 mini football tournament vs Sale and Davey Primary and Redhill Primary
  • October 9th – Year 6 netball match vs Sale and Davey Primary
  • November 2nd – Year 5/6 five a side tournament begins
  • November 6th – Year 5 dodgeball training begins
  • November 9th – Year 5/6 five a side fixtures
  • November 13th – Year 4 and 6 cross country competition
  • November 23rd – Year 5/6 five a side fixtures
  • November 26th – Year 5/6 girls football festival
  • December 7th - Year 5/6 five a side fixtures
  • December 11th – Year 5 dodgeball competition

 

PE development through use of SSP funding 2013/14

Teaching of PE curriculum

-      Observations of staff teaching PE. Targets for improvement outlined, areas of good practice shared and celebrated.

-      KS1 and EYFS staff completed Physical Literacy training. Fed into PE lessons and embedded into curriculum.

-      Purchased resources to support Physical Literacy scheme in EYFS and KS1.

-      Year 5 and 6 staff shadowed experienced FA skills coach to improve teaching of games.

-      Staff CPD session (gymnastics) at Chellaston Academy.

-      Staff attended swimming courses to improve the teaching of swimming.

-      Staff attended training to improve formative assessment in PE.

-      Participated in ‘Carbon Footprint’ initiative run by DCFC to promote healthy lifestyles and sustainable living.

 

Improving participation and quality of School Sport

-      New resources purchased to improve quality of Netball, Football and TAG Rugby competitions in school.

-      Resources purchased to increase participation in lunchtime sports clubs.

-      Affiliated with Derby City SSP to gain access to local competitions with other schools and increased CPD opportunities.

-      Participated in Celebration of Dance, Tag Rugby (local and county), 5 a side football, Netball, Kwik Cricket (local and county), Girls football festival and World cup festival, Sports Hall Athletics through SSP affiliation.

-      Participated in 7 a side boys and girls football, netball and tag rugby ‘friendly’ matches arranged with various local schools.

-      Grass track cycle training and competition.

-      Increased provision of current lunch time and after school sports clubs.

-      Sports kit purchased to enable increased participation.

-      Employed specialist DCFC coaches to help organise and run Sports Day with a multi-skills/athletics theme where pupils were encouraged to achieve their personal best.