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Sports Funding

Physical Education and sport is an essential part of the curriculum at Hammond School and its aims complement and support the Teaching and Learning Policy of the school.  A balanced programme provides the opportunity for physical development together with the stimulation of mental and creative processes as well as social and emotional development.  A safe learning environment enables all children to work confidently with enjoyment being of fundamental importance.

A structured Physical Education programme encourages continuity and progression in the development of skills, knowledge and understanding within a variety of activities and learning experiences.  All teachers have high expectations and set challenging but attainable standards.  Children are able to achieve success in individual and grouped activities of a creative, co-operative or competitive nature.  A range of teaching strategies is used to develop the skills for planning, performing and evaluating with the encouragement of positive attitudes towards exercise to promote a healthy life style.

We welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to provide additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools and we are committed to using this resource in developing high quality PE lessons, alongside greater opportunities for sporting competitions and clubs for all our young people.

 Sports Premium Grant           2015 – 2016

 

Funding for schools will be received in instalments. £4067 was received in May 2015 and £5650 was received in October 2015. 

Making a combined total of £ 9717.

 

What does the Sport Premium mean for Hammond School?

‘Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this’ (DfE June 2013).

At Hammond School we have identified three key areas on which to spend the Sport Premium Grant.

  1. Physical Education for all - Raising the standards of all children in Physical Education
  2. Healthy Active Lifestyles - Ensuring all our children have access to regular exercise.
  3. Competitive School Sport - Increasing Pupil participation in Extra- curricular Sport.

The chart below identifies how these identified areas will be addressed using the funding:

 

Objective

Expected Outcomes

To continue professional development of staff through courses and training.

  • New PE co-ordinator will attend courses to help develop her expertise and skills in a variety of sports.

To provide opportunities for staff to attend cross-phase curriculum planning.

  • Continued work across the Federation on the maintenance of a progressive scheme of work through school curriculum team meetings and joint working.

PE co-ordinator to attend annual Surrey Schools Sports Conference.

  • New PE co-ordinator will be up to date on new initiatives in Physical Education.

PE co-ordinator to attend SHPSSP meetings

  • Previous and new PE co-ordinators will be involved in the production and organisation of a calendar of competitive events and updates on Surrey Heath and government initiatives and will be able to access SHPSSP CPD opportunities.

 

To increase activity levels at breaks and lunchtimes.

  • Play equipment will be purchased and made available for use by children during breaks.

 

To increase activity levels at breaks and lunchtimes.

  • Lunch time supervisors will organise and run activities.

 

To provide opportunities for children to become primary leaders.

  • Premier Sports external sports coaches employed to run Primary Leaders Programme.

 

To increase participation of all children, especially those who are normally less active.

  • Premier Sports external Sports coaches employed to run Primary Leaders Programme.

 

To build the cross phase links in preparation for transition from KS1 to KS2.

  • Premier Sports external Sports coaches employed to run Primary Leaders Programme.

 

To increase facilities and opportunities for all.

  • Marking of the refurbished ball wall.
  • Purchase of indoor and Quadkids athletics equipment.
  • Purchase of equipment

 

To increase the amount of competitive sporting opportunities for pupils by strengthening club links.

  • New PE co-ordinator will start to work with external club to strengthen and develop links and will actively promote these clubs through school contact outlets.

 

To increase the amount of competitive sport opportunities for pupil by providing supply cover for staff to attend sporting events.

  • Staff will be released to accompany children to external sporting events throughout the year.

 

To increase participation of children for whom access to extra-curricular club may be difficult due to lack of funding.

  • All children will have access to paid extra-curricular opportunities.

 

Sports Premium Grant           2014 – 2015                                          

Physical Education and sport is an essential part of the curriculum at Hammond School and its aims complement and support the Teaching and Learning Policy of the school.  A balanced programme provides the opportunity for physical development together with the stimulation of mental and creative processes as well as social and emotional development.  A safe learning environment enables all children to work confidently with enjoyment being of fundamental importance.

A structured Physical Education programme encourages continuity and progression in the development of skills, knowledge and understanding within a variety of activities and learning experiences.  All teachers have high expectations and set challenging but attainable standards.  Children are able to achieve success in individual and grouped activities of a creative, co-operative or competitive nature.  A range of teaching strategies is used to develop the skills for planning, performing and evaluating with the encouragement of positive attitudes towards exercise to promote a healthy life style.

We have welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to provide additional funding for two years to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. We are committed to using this resource in developing high quality PE lessons, alongside greater opportunities for sporting competitions and clubs for all our young people.

 

Sport Premium Grant

Funding for schools was received in instalments. £3737 was received in May 2014 and £5693 was received in November 2014.  Making a combined total £ 9430.

 

What does the Sport Premium mean for Hammond School?

‘Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this’ (DfE June 2013).

At Hammond School we have identified three key areas on which to spend the Sport Premium Grant.

  1. Physical Education for all - Raising the standards of all children in Physical Education
  2. Healthy Active Lifestyles - Ensuring all our children have access to regular exercise.
  3. Competitive School Sport - Increasing Pupil participation in Extra- curricular Sport.

 

The chart below identifies how these identified areas will be addressed using the funding:

 

Objective

Expected Outcomes

Outcomes

Expenditure

To continue professional development of staff through courses and training.

  • All staff will receive CPD in Quadkids Athletics to ensure the delivery of deliver high quality PE lessons.

PE co-ordinator has shared her expertise with staff members regarding specific sports eg. rounders and athletics leading to increased competence in delivered lessons. All staff received CPD in Quadkids Athletics from Premier Sports.

Assistant to the SENCO attended course on developing opportunities for disabled children in sport.

 

Premier Sports Quadkids sessions.
£400

 

 

 

A day funding for Julie.  £50

To provide opportunities for staff to attend cross-phase curriculum planning.

  • Continued work across the Federation on the production of a progressive scheme of work will be achieved by promoting the in school curriculum teams and joint working.

All staff have worked within their year groups and across phase to develop a scheme of work for PE that promotes the development of skills progressively throughout the phases. PE co-ordinator has worked with LVS PE co-ordinator looking at continuity and progression and opportunities for working together. 

4 hours of funding for me to work with Fran

£120

PE co-ordinator to attend annual Surrey Schools Sports Conference.

  • PE co-ordinator will be up to date on new initiatives in Physical Education.

PE co-ordinator attended Surrey Schools Sports Conference at Surrey Sports Park

 

Day funding
£195

PE co-ordinator to attend SHPSSP meetings

  • PE co-ordinator will be involved in the production and organisation of a calendar of competitive events and updates on Surrey Heath and government initiatives and will be able to access SHPSSP CPD opportunities.

 

PE co-ordinator attend Surrey Heath Primary Schools Sports Association meetings

 

 

No funding

To increase activity levels at breaks and lunchtimes.

  • Play equipment will be purchased and made available for use by children during breaks.

 

A second section of wooden outdoor climbing wall was purchased jointly by the school and HSA

 

½ of second bit of climbing wall.
£1817

 

 

 

To increase activity levels at breaks and lunchtimes.

  • Lunch time supervisors will organise and run activities.

 

Additional teaching assistant has been employed to help run lunch time activities

 

 

 

 

Additional teaching assistant has been employed to help run lunch time club activities outdoors twice a week

Lisa Mann employed to help run athletics and x country clubs at lunch times 3 days every week
£1140

 

Linda Parker employed to run outside lunch time club for SEN and disabled children 2 days a week

£760

(5 days cover in total per week)

To provide opportunities for children to become primary leaders.

  • External Sports coaches employed to run Primary Leaders Programme.

 

Premier Sports coach employed to run Primary Leaders Programme with Year 5 and Year 2 children.

 

Funding for Primary Leaders sessions shared with LVS

£430

To increase participation of all children, especially those who are normally less active.

  • External Sports coaches employed to run Primary Leaders Programme.

Premier Sports coach worked with all Year 5 children on the Primary Leaders Programme

 

As above

To build the cross phase links in preparation for transition from KS1 to KS2.

  • External Sports coaches employed to run Primary Leaders Programme.

 

Premier Sports coach employed to work with all Year 5 children on the programme that involved the coaching of Year 2 children from LVS. This is designed to aid transition into Year 3 at Hammond.

 

As above

To increase facilities and opportunities for all.

  • Marking of the refurbished ball wall.
  • Purchase of indoor and Quadkids athletics equipment.
  • Purchase of equipment to support the introduction of ‘new sports’ eg. Tennis

 

Ball wall marking have not taken place as yet.

Some indoor athletics equipment has been obtained through the Sainsbury’s scheme.

Vortex howlers have been purchased for Quadkids athletics.

Tennis balls have been purchased for every year group.

Playground markings revamped

 

Cost of vortex howlers

£120

 

Cost of tennis balls

£50

 

 

 

 

 

Cost of playground markings £2900

To increase the amount of competitive sporting opportunities for pupils by strengthening club links.

  • PE co-ordinator will continue to work with external club to strengthen and develop links and will actively promote these clubs through school contact outlets.

Links with external clubs have continued to be developed and links have been promoted through assemblies, demonstrations and sample lessons.

Eg. judo, football

 

 

Nil

To increase the amount of competitive sport opportunities for pupil by providing supply cover for staff to attend sporting events.

  • Staff will be released to accompany children to external sporting events throughout the year.

 

Cover has been funded to release staff to organise and attend SHPSSA tournaments in football, netball, x country, swimming, rugby, rounders, hockey, indoor athletics and Quadkids athletics, golf and tennis.

 

13 half days of cover

£1105

To increase participation of children for whom access to extra-curricular club may be difficult due to lack of funding.

  • All children will have access to paid extra-curricular opportunities.

This year a basketball club provided by an external provider was paid for using funding and all spaces were taken.

Premier sports basketball

£370

 

 

 

Sports Premium Grant    2013 – 2014

The total amount of Sports Premium funding received for 2013 – 2014 was £5953.

The chart below identifies how this funding for 2013 – 2014 has been spent.

Objective

Expected Outcomes

Outcomes

Expenditure

To continue professional development of staff through courses and training

  • All staff will deliver high quality PE lessons.

PE co-ordinator has shared her expertise with staff members regarding specific sports eg. rounders and athletics leading to increased competence in delivered lessons.

 

Nil

To provide opportunities for staff to attend cross-phase curriculum planning.

  • A continuous and progressive scheme of work will be created across the Federation.

All staff have worked within their year groups and across phase to develop a scheme of work for PE that promotes the development of skills progressively throughout the phases.

 

Nil

PE co-ordinator to attend annual Surrey Schools Sports Conference.

  • PE co-ordinator will be up to date on new initiatives in Physical Education.

PE co-ordinator attended the annual Surrey Schools Sports Conference enabling her to keep up to date with new initiatives and network with SHPSSA colleagues.

 

Nil

PE co-ordinator to attend SHPSSA meetings

  • PE co-ordinator will be involved in the production and organisation of a calendar of competitive events and updates on Surrey Heath and government initiatives.

PE co-ordinator attended all SHPSSA meetings and the AGM enabling her to be involved in the production and organisation of a calendar of competitive events and updates on Surrey Heath and government initiatives and network with colleagues.

 

Nil

To increase activity levels at breaks and lunchtimes.

 

  • Play equipment will be purchased and made available for use by children during breaks.

A wooden outdoor climbing wall has been purchased (following requests from children) to encourage more children to be participate in active activities.

 

Funded by

Hammond School

Assocation

To increase activity levels at breaks and lunchtimes.

 

  • Lunch time supervisors will organise and run activities.

Additional lunchtime supervisors have been employed so that children are able to use the school field at lunchtimes. They are also responsible for the establishment of the Playground Pals team of children who actively work with children to increase active participation for children.

 

Lunch time supervisors x 5 days a week

£2185

To provide opportunities for children to become primary leaders.

  • External Sports coaches employed to run Primary Leaders Programme.

SCL coach was employed to work with all Year 5 children on a primary leader’s project which involved them coaching all Year 2 children from LVS.

 

SCL PROJECT involving Yr 5 and Yr 2 children £360.00

To increase participation of all children, especially those who are normally less active.

  • External Sports coaches employed to run Primary Leaders Programme.

SCL coach was employed to work with all Year 5 children on a primary leader’s project.

 

As above

To build the cross phase links in preparation for transition from KS1 to KS2.

  • External Sports coaches employed to run Primary Leaders Programme.

SCL coach was employed to work with all Year 5 children on a primary leader’s project which involved them coaching all Year 2 children from LVS.

 

As above

To increase facilities and opportunities for all.

  • Refurbishment and marking of the ball wall.
  • Purchase of indoor athletics equipment
  • Replacement of outdoor athletics equipment.
  • Purchase additional indoor climbing frame in school hall

The ball wall has been completely refurbished.

No athletics equipment has yet been purchased as PE co-ordinator is waiting on the SHPSSA’s decision on next year’s choice of competitions before purchasing the required equipment.

Ball Wall refurbishment

£1370

 

 

 

 

Additional climbing frame £1223

To increase the amount of competitive sporting opportunities for pupils by strengthening club links.

  • PE co-ordinator will continue to work with external club to strengthen and develop links.

PE co-ordinator regularly talks to clubs and promotes clubs and activities to children through assemblies and within in school clubs.

 

Nil

To increase the amount of competitive sport opportunities for pupil by providing supply cover for staff to attend sporting events.

  • Staff will be released to accompany children to external sporting events throughout the year.

Cover has been funded to release staff to attend SHPSSA tournaments in football, netball, x country, rugby, rounders, hockey, swimming, track and field athletics and tennis.

 

4 x half day supply cover £320

To increase participation of children for whom access to extra-curricular club may be difficult due to lack of funding.

  • All children will have access to paid extra-curricular opportunities.

This year a rugby club provided by an external provider was paid for using funding and all spaces were taken.

Premier Sport
Rugby Club
£495