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CONVENT OF JESUS AND MARY CATHOLIC INFANT & NURSERY SCHOOL

 

PE and Sport Funding Expenditure 2018-19

 

At the Convent of Jesus and Mary RC Infant School & Nursery, we aim to establish a culture that enables and encourages all pupils to play and enjoy Physical Activity.

 

We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all pupils. Our action plan has been implemented to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision.

 

 

Overall objective:

To Increase Participation in Sports and PE and Develop Healthy Life Styles by:

· Developing the teaching of P.E. across the school

· Promoting the importance of a healthy life style to all pupils

· Developing independence

· Developing core strength to aid in key basic skills

· Developing better concentration skills in class

 

Allocation Received

£17 750 (Nov 18)

 

Item/Project/Summary

Cost

Intended Outcomes

Results and Impact

· Hiring specialist PE teachers/specialised sports coaches to work with all teachers when teaching PE and to specialist P.E. skills (Street Dance and Multiskills)

£9450

· Evidence of good progress in P.E.

· Staff confidently recording levels of attainment of all pupils in all areas of P.E.

· Evidence of Progression throughout P.E., including the identification of more-able pupils.

· Evidence of a broad P.E. curriculum

· More pupils attending a variety of sports clubs

·

· Appointed specialist sports coach to assess and analyse physical/gross and fine motor skills/needs in Reception classes and related impact on pupil progress.

 

£3000

· Impact on pupils’ gross and fine motor skills leaving EYFS

· More pupils reaching expected levels in Writing leaving EYFS

·

· Sports Partnership with local cluster of Infant Schools, facilitated by Capital City Academy

-local Infant School competitions

-local Infant School festivals

-access to other sporting venues

-subsidised Basketball and Irish Dancing

 

£1000

· Pupils participate in a variety of festivals and competitions

· Pupils work in conjunction with pupils from other local Infant Schools

· Links made with other local Infant Schools

·

· Basketball coaching for KS1

with specialist coach

£200

· Pupils become more proficient with basketball skills

· Pupils have a range of different experiences in PE for a broad curriculum

· More pupils to take up sport and active lifestyle

·

· Transportation cost for pupils taking part in Infant Cluster Sporting competitions

£225

· Pupils are able to attend 3 sporting events which require transportation

·

· Lunchtime club for 2 terms

Dance/keep fit

£2400

· More pupils uptake a lunch time club

· Enjoyment of exercise

·

· Specialist Dance Teacher for national dances for each class. (International Week)

£200

· Pupils have a range of different experiences in PE for a broad curriculum

· More pupils to take up sport and active lifestyle

·

· Yoga club with specialist teacher

£1275

· Pupils have a range of different experiences in PE for a broad curriculum

· More pupils to take up sport and active lifestyle

· Pupils become more practised in “mindfulness” as part of Mental health initiative

·

Total Expenditure

 

£17 750

 

 

 

 

 

PE and Sport Funding Expenditure 2017-2018

 

 

Allocation Received

10, 319 (Nov 2017) £7,371 (Apr 2018) 

 

Item/Project/Summary

Cost

Intended Outcomes

Results and Impact

· Hiring specialist PE teachers/specialised sports coaches to work with all teachers when teaching PE and to specialist P.E. skills (Street Dance and Multiskills)

£9450

· Evidence of good progress in P.E.

· Staff confidently recording levels of attainment of all pupils in all areas of P.E.

· Evidence of Progression throughout P.E., including the identification of more-able pupils.

· Evidence of a broad P.E. curriculum

· More pupils attending a variety of sports clubs

· Clear tracking of development of PE skills

· Pupils identified as more-able in all aspects of PE curriculum

· Range of experiences for pupils

· Oversubscription to afterschool sports clubs

· Appointed specialist sports coach to assess and analyse physical/gross and fine motor skills/needs in Reception classes and related impact on pupil progress.

 

£3000

· Impact on pupils’ gross and fine motor skills leaving EYFS

· More pupils reaching expected levels in Writing leaving EYFS

· 85.1% of pupils in Reception reaching Expected in Moving and Handling (21.8% Exceeding)

· 75.9% of pupils in Reception reaching at least expected in Writing, with (6.9% exceeding)

· Sports Partnership with local cluster of Infant Schools, facilitated by Capital City Academy

-local Infant School competitions

-local Infant School festivals

-access to other sporting venues

-subsidised Basketball and Irish Dancing

 

£1000

· Pupils participate in a variety of festivals and competitions

· Pupils work in conjunction with pupils from other local Infant Schools

· Links made with other local Infant Schools

· Participation in 3x sports festivals with local Infant Schools

· Specialised Basketball coaching

· Experience of a broad and varied curriculum

· Sports Day events, hiring venue and cost of Specialist facilitators to enhance events.

£1465

· A wide variety of events available

· 100% participation of pupils in the school

· Specialist venue hire(park, indoor track) to provide a wider variety of events

· Community outreach- young leaders from local sports college gain experience leading and running events

· 100% participation in Sports Day

· Young leaders from local College (age 15-18) gained experience of showing key skills required for BTEC qualification in Sports Leadership Level 1 or 2. Many of these young leaders come from hard to reach backgrounds and come from different ethnicities and cultures.

· Installation of jogging path

 

· Purchase of class pedometers to monitor/record distance for Jogging Track

 

£1450 Jogging Track

 

 

 

· Each class undertakes the jogging track daily

· Increased physical fitness for pupils and staff

· Pupils better able to concentrate in class after a jogging break

· Teachers report pupil concentration improves after a jog

· End of KS1 results:

- Reading 80.2% At/Greater

- Writing 65.1% At/Greater

-Maths 77.9% At/Greater

 

 


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