PE and sport premium

Our PE and sport premium allocation for 2015 / 2016 was £8930.00

Our evaluation of the impact of 2-015/2016 shows:

The 2015-16 sports year has been a great success for Wilmslow Grange Primary School. 

We are  pleased  to announce that we were able to fulfill our primary aim and retain our Gold Sainsbury Schools Kitemark award this year!

We also fulfilled the following actions:

 Staff Training

We employed a specialized Physical Education teacher. Her main role was to team teach with the KS2 staff every Monday - helping them to gain confidence and improve their teaching abilities. All KS2 staff are now able to focus on the progression of skill through PE lessons, differentiation is also evident and children are enable the children to understand game play. Throughout each Monday, our PE teacher also ran 3 clubs for a range of ages. In the summer term we also hired Ministry of Sport to help team teach with KS1.

 Sports Week

The children took part in an amazing sports week! They experienced a fantastic range of sports and activities. We wanted to give the children some great life experiences. These involved:

·      A climbing wall,

·      a 150 foot assault course bouncy castle,

·      football skill sessions,

·      a day of zumba (on every hour),

·      a blast from the past with ‘old school’ sports day

·      a MOB dance on the playground for all the parents.

 Competitions

2016 was an extremely busy year for competitions and sporting events. The school attended 39 different sporting events over the year (some including 2 teams). We experienced some great successes including:

-  winning the inaugural Macclesfield and District Boys Triathlon

-  winning the North West Boccia competition (the highest ranked primary school in the North West)

- winning the Spirit of the Games award at the Macclesfield & District Gymnastics event.

-  2nd in Wilmslow at Touch Rugby

-  2nd in Cheshire for Rounders

- 2nd in Wilmslow for Football.

During these experiences the children’s behaviour was impeccable and they represented the school incredibly well with superb sportsmanship.

 Alongside this, KS2 participated in 5 intra school competitions throughout the year.

 In celebration of the Olympics, Wilmslow Grange joined the cluster schools in a Olympics Competition across the schools. On one night, 14 teams took part in sporting activities/competitions, it was fantastic!

 In School activities

 Increasing, in school club participation was a key aim for us this year in KS2. At the beginning of the year 78% of KS2 children were participating in In-School clubs. By the end of the year, we were very pleased that this number had increased to 94%.

 The brilliant Bronze Ambassadors took ownership of running the Change 4 Life club at lunch times, delivering PE sessions & games to their peers. They also arranged and ran the intra-school competitions throughout the year.  

 We invested in lunch time equipment this year to encourage the children to keep active and our lovely lunch time supervisors helped to promote these activities.  

SEND children from the school’s Resource Provision continued to enjoy going Horse Riding every Friday - the children gain so much from this experience and it will continue.

 Year 6 pupils also took part in the Bikeability Cycle Safety course, to ensure they are safe on the roads as they prepare for High School.

 Years 3 and 4 enjoyed 2 nights at Condover Hall where they enjoyed a range of outdoor adventurous sporting activities.

 Years 3-6 each completed a term of swimming lessons at Wilmslow Leisure Centre.

 We created a new PE lessons award to celebrate the children’s successes and progress in PE lessons.

 We increased our PE Cluster meetings to 4 last year to help strengthen the bonds and relationships between our local schools.

Our evaluation of the impact of 2014/15 shows:

·         We achieved a Gold Sainsbury’s School Sports Mark due to our continued commitment to ensure PE is a high priority at Wilmslow Grange Primary School.

·         Outstanding teaching evident;

·         Increased success in sporting competitions;

·         Increased participation in extra-curricular activities (76% of the school in 2014 to 89% in 2015)

·         Increased frequency and variety of in school sporting competitions (22 in 2014/15);

·         Improved involvement of the least active pupils in sporting events targeted clubs were provided (22 none participants in Autumn 2014 to 6 in Summer 2015).

·         The level of intra school sport competition has increased significantly this academic year (3 in 2012/13, 6 in 2013/14, 9 in 2014/15).

·         Increased leadership undertaken by the children for events and lunchtime clubs (change for life once a week).

·         During the school year the school took part in 22 out of school sporting events.

·         Inter school competitions have continued to be taken. So far, we have taken part in two basketball competitions, two netball competitions, a golf tournament, 2 netball competitions, 2 tag rugby competitions, 1 multi-skills competition, 1 little champion’s competition, 2 football competitions, 2 cricket competitions and Sports Day.

·         We have had improving success in the competitions this year:

·         The school qualified to take part in a county school competition and came 3rd.

·         The school has provided opportunities for enjoyable sports for under-active/reluctant children, including a Street Dance club and a change for life club.

·         Our Key Stage 2 staff have reported an increased in confidence in teaching games lessons, due to the implementation of our new schemes or work, which the local high school supported us in delivering throughout the year.

·         Team teaching was introduced in years 1/2 which has created an increased confidence in implementing Outstanding PE lessons to our younger children.

·         Staff have also improved their own P.E. teaching skills by observing specialist coaches for cricket.

·         The range of extra-curriculum clubs on offer has increased (six every half term).

·         Parental comments support our belief of the improvement of P.E. provision at Wilmslow Grange.

·         The children are more active during playtimes and lunch times due to specialised equipment being available for the children to use,

·         The new AstroTurf has provided a place for KS1 to play sport during lunch time and now all year group can participate in team games during their breaks.

 

Our PE and sport premium allocation for 2014 / 2015 was £8930.00

This year we are spending it on:

  • Provision of an astro-turf surface to enhance the children's outdoor play activities and to provide an all-weather surface for Key Stage 1 PE and games
  • Provision of external coaching for cricket and tennis in the summer term
  • Provision of external coaching for street dance
  • Provision of external coaching in Tri-golf
  • Provision of external coaching for football (including a lunchtime club)
  • Funding of the Sports Partnership with Wilmslow High School (a specialist Sports academy) which gives us access to intra-school competition; half-termly coaching and help with developing the PE curriculum in-line with the new National Curriculum.
  • Provision of PE kits
  • Provision of equipment (tennis balls etc.)
  • Funding for the new ASA swimming curriculum

Our PE and sport premium allocation for 2013 / 2014 was £9095.00

SPORTS’ PREMIUM REPORT: 2013-2014

At Wilmslow Grange, we have used the funding to provide:

  • a local co-ordinator (along with some of the other Wilmslow schools) to organise and run all of our inter-school competitions and area cluster competitions;
  • specialist training for staff (Top Dance for all teachers, Physical Literacy training for staff in Key Stage 1);
  • six days of specialist teacher support time from Wilmslow High School to work with the P.E. leader to re-write the whole school schemes of work for all aspects of P.E. work;
  • specialist staff in rugby and football from Wilmslow High School to model lessons and team teach with the Key Stage 2 staff;
  • higher quality swimming provision – lessons for KS1 pupils and three trained swimming teachers for each session;
  • additional sports’ equipment for play times and sports’ coaching;
  • specialist football coaches to coach the school football team;
  • additional leadership time for the P.E. leader.

Our evaluation of the impact shows:

  • Outstanding teaching evident;
  • Increased success in sporting competitions;
  • Increased participation in extra-curricular activities;
  • Increased frequency and variety of in school sporting competitions;
  • Improved involvement of the least active pupils in sporting events.
  • The level of intra school sport competition has increased significantly this academic year.
  • Year 1/2 have taken part in Little Champions and the Commonwealth Games and Sports Day during the Summer Term as well as a gymnastics competition.
  • Year 3/4 have completed a Football and Tag Rugby intra competition and the Commonwealth Games and Sports Day during the Summer Term.
  • Year 5/6 have taken part in Football, Tag Rugby, Basketball and Dodgeball intra competitions and the Commonwealth Games and Sports Day during the Summer Term.
  • The school has taken part in more inter school competitions than ever before. So far, we have taken part in two basketball competitions, one netball competition, a golf tournament, netball cluster matches, a tag rugby competition, multi-skills competition, little champions festival, numerous football matches and one tournament.
  • We have had improving success in the competitions this year: we won Little Champions, came third in the basketball competition, won two football matches.
  • The school has provided opportunities for enjoyable sports for under-active/reluctant children, including a Dance to Rio course, which concluded with these pupils performing at a large opening ceremony in Chester.
  • The Physical Literacy training attended by two staff has transformed the P.E. curriculum for Years 1 and 2, which now focuses on pupils physical literacy skills development.
  • Our Key Stage 2 staff have reported an increased in confidence in teaching games lessons, due to the implementation of our new schemes or work, which the local high school supported us in writing and staff members team taught with specialist teachers.
  • Staff have also improved their own P.E. teaching skills by observing specialist coaches for Tri-golf and rugby coaches from Sale Sharks.
  • The range of extra-curriculum clubs on offer has increased (three sports clubs in Autumn 2012 to six in Autumn 2013).
  • Parental comments support our belief of the improvement of P.E. provision at Wilmslow Grange.

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Wilmslow Grange Primary School

Wilmslow Grange Community Primary School & Nursery,
Ullswater Road,
Handforth,
Wilmslow,
Cheshire,
SK9 3NG

Main Contact: For initial public or parent queries please contact Mrs. Wendy Fogarty

Tel: 01625 526566
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