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Updated 10.9.19 Key priorities for this academic year detailed, with anticipated spend attached


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Updated 10.9.19

Key priorities for this academic year detailed, with anticipated spend attached

Key in year achievements to date: Areas for further improvement for 2019-2020:

 Competitive sports participation- Increased success in local competitions, notably in football, cricket and swimming.

 Permanent 3 Way shooters installed on play grounds- improved our facility

 Table tennis- sustainable school resources, increased participation in extra curricular clubs and club outside of school

 Swimming program- swim for all- beach safe, challenge and

competition- winners of year 4 local gala- 8 pupils qualified for county trials.

 Kids Relax Yoga programme introduced as part of enrichment and Yr 6 PE curriculum

 Invested in whole school ‘Race for Life’ events

 New outdoor gym equipment installed for KS 1 and 2 children to use for more active break times

 Reception playground- space to use for engaging activity, this needs increasing. paddock area?

 Due to building work, we have lost our basketball pitch- invest in new mobile hoops for KS2. [done this year for KS1 and EYFS]

 Childhood obesity on the rise- every child a skipping rope or such like for play times?

 Healthy lifestyle promoted- Display for children and parents- outside all weather one? Amount of sugar in juice etc.

 Reduce expense barrier- clubs that require kit- football boots, shin pads

 Teaching staff reskilled in net/wall games work- INSET to be provided and new equipment to be bought to complement this

 Fund bikeability for a wider number of children to encourage more cycling to school

 Use the local area for outdoor/adventurous activities- make opportunities more accessible to children

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety – 2018/2019 data Please complete all of the below:

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 meters?


What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?


Created by: Supported by:


What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?


Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?

Yes- lifesaving sessions- advanced sessions for most able swimmers

Academic Year: Planned for 2019-2020

Total fund allocated: Date Updated: 10/9/19

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

Percentage of total allocation:

% School focus with clarity on

intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding


Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Continue to improve the current sports facilities on site so that playtimes are spent being as active as possible. Space is tight for children to play ball games at break times and in PE lessons.

Children have become less active since the building work and space constrictions- they used to play football on the playground.

Impact intended- increase vigorous physical activity during play times, look at using the field and undercover areas in a more structured way to help with this

Continue to invest in initiatives like ’Beach safe’ to promote

Basic artificial area laid to allow for the field to be used all year round.

New ‘target’ walls to be erected in the youth club playground.

All Yr 6 children who can already swim competently to attend this course in the Summer 2020


£50 transport costs

Children will still be able to be more physically active in inclement weather

Sustainable- basic maintenance as and when required. Yearly formal inspection.

Created by: Supported by:


safer swimming in open water and being active, healthy and safe on a beach - relevant to our area

Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement Percentage of total allocation:

% School focus with clarity on

intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding


Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Assembly mentions for external and internal sporting

achievements. Ongoing every Friday in GJA

Whole school events like Race for Life used to encourage the school’s 6 key learning skills

Staff being reskilled to teach higher quality PE sessions via INSET and additional net/wall games resources bought to help Using the House system to run inter house sports competitions every term for KS2 initially in the sports of benchball, and dodgeball


Key member of support staff to organize 1 type of event termly

HT to deliver staff INSET throughout the year – Feb 2020 NSET day

New safety dodgeballs brought to allow for this £40 Trophies to award to House winners £100 Replace existing worn

gymmnastic benches to be used for benchball competition


Staff observed delivering better quality PE lessons

100% participation in the inter house competitions and Race for Life events

Continue assembly support Team news on newsletters Fixtures and results display Match reports on website

Created by: Supported by:


Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport Percentage of total allocation:

% School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding


Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Improve teaching of net/wall games

Staff to learn from table tennis coach

The quality of PE teaching at KS1 to be improved

Planning scheme purchased for tennis recommended by tennis coach, tennis coach in once a week to help deliver sessions to Upper KS2

Table tennis coach to teach enrichment and be shadowed Indoor Table tennis tables bought

Ht to offer drop in sessions for staff to observe her teaching high quality PE sessions to KS1



£500 cover

Staff will be able to independently deliver tennis sessions


Miss Harris will teach table tennis to all abilities and a variety of year groups

Hs will observe a higher quality delivery of PE in KS1

School to be able to offer a tennis club?

Buy another table to allow further differentiation in lessons and enrichment.

Repeat programme for KS2 staff

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils Percentage of total allocation:

% School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding


Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Year 5 WOEC trip- sailing, paddle boarding encourage participation in sports in local area- celebrate use of the sea- Olympic legacy etc. Help to lower the cost to parents. We will be

Year group to experience sailing,

and other water sports TBC estimated cost £500 for 2019/2020

Noted increase in participation from children who find PE a difficult lesson (less sick notes, less forgetting kit etc.)

More teachers to use yoga as part of the PE curriculum.


subsidizing the trip for ALL pupils this year

Kids Yoga/Relax Kids introduced as part of enrichment and in YR 6 PE

Basic self defence introduced for Upper KS2

Qualified yoga coach brought in to demonstrate key ideas to staff, who will now run an basic

yoga/mindfulness session as part of our planned weekly enrichment programme

Local expert employed to deliver classes



Last year,Year 5 thoroughly enjoyed it- some children have asked how to take up sailing- referred to academies

Yr 6 staff will now include Yoga as part of their planned PE

programme each week in the Winter term

Children will join club outside of school

Offer ‘mum’s class too

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport Percentage of total allocation:

% School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding


Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Aim to enter for 2020:

Nash cup Boys Nash Cup girls St George’s cup Yr 4 swimmingGala Yr 6 swimming Gala Netball league

Dorset Gym team tumbling competition

Summer cricket league Rounders festivals

Clubs fully resourced to train for competitive matches

School resourced to host competitive matches- football and netball

Another push on cricket this year for

Maintain our participation in local competitions- increase squad participation (club sign ups).

Provide transport

Pay affiliation fees (inc insurance) Provide medals, leotards for gym Football coach (staff to shadow)

New football goals Balls, bibs

New netball training bibs, balls.

New line markings on court Appropriate cricket equipment[ not

£200 - increased transport



Set of 10 bats, windballs, basic

Yr 3 and 4 football club, gym clubs will be over subscribed all year.

All teams will participate

strongly- girls to reach at least the semis in the football.

School to win the area rounders We will place in the top 3 in the year 4 swimming gala

Invest in a specific girls kit?

Invest in a set of goalie gloves For each club- increase participation in Goal Keeping.

Invest in sets of spare shin pads- lower the expense of children coming to football club but keep them safe.

Invest in a set of spare boots?

Range of sizes, again to lower the cost to families for children to participate.


Upper KS2 pupils, move away from invasion games focus for our

competitions, school club to be fully resourced to allow for children to prepare for basic ‘friendly’ fixtures this year

All Year 6 pupils to take part in the sports residential in May

Kwick cricket] purchased to allow for this

School to part fund this expensive trip so there is no barrier to non participation

pads and 2 x helmets brought

£ 500


Children’s memories in the leavers service will indicate their

enjoyment of this

Total spend:£15,068


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