Eglinton Primary School and Early Year Centre

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Sports Premium

The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for the academic years 2013 to 2020 to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - will be allocated to primary school headteachers and will be spent on the provision of PE and sport in schools.

To find out more about the purpose of the Sports Premium, please click here.

To find out more about Eglinton's Sports Premium and PE at Eglinton, please click here.

Sports Premium 2020-2021

Key achievements to date: Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:
  • Increased staff confidence in teaching PE
  • 100% pupils making progress during the academic year
  • 100% increase in the number of pupils achieving the required standard in swimming by the time they leave the school
  • 98% pupils experiencing different sports (gymnastics and cricket)
  • 95% for pupils to learn how to scooter safely or be able to ride a bike by the time they leave the school
  • Opportunities for SEN children to take part in inter-school competition
  • Increased opportunities for pupils to take part in inter-school competition
  • Increased number of pupils achieving the required standard in swimming by the time they leave the school
  • Increased opportunities for pupils to develop sports leadership
  • Clear assessment of individual pupil attainment and progress as well as progress across year groups and the whole school to enable staff and pupils to know what areas or skills need to be improved upon and how to progress further.
  • Increased opportunities for exposure to other sports such as cricket as extra curricula activities.
Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety Percentage:
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a  distance of at least 25 metres?

N/A due to Covid19

Intensive sessions due to begin in May

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

N/A due to Covid19

Intensive sessions due to begin in May

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

N/A due to Covid19

Intensive sessions due to begin in May

Academic Year: 2020/21

Total fund allocated: £19,300 

Current balance - £13,423.04

Date Updated: 7.11.20

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:

64%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

  • Equipment purchased for playtimes for children to use in their bubbles to increase physical skills and provide 30 minutes of physical activity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Year 1 playground equipment purchased and surfacing done to increase physical skills and provide 30 minutes of physical activity

 

 

  • Audit of sports equipment
  • Purchase sports equipment
  • Pupils physically active during playtimes

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Purchase equipment
  • Pupils physically active during playtimes

  

 

£450.04

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£8,100

  • Pupils are active for 30 minutes a day
  • Range of active activities provided at playtimes to increase physical skills

 

 

 

  

 

 

  • Pupils are active for 30 minutes a day minimum)
  • Range of active activities provided at playtimes to increase physical skills
  • Give pupils responsibility to look after equipment
  • Pupils learn to use a range of equipment and play different games and sports
  • Termly audits of equipment
  • Gain further pupil opinion, through surveys and School Parliament on what games and equipment to increase motivation and participation

 

  • Engagement of pupils in the future in regular physical activity as playground equipment provides targeted activities and involves and encourages the least active children.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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:

19%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

  • Specialist gymnastics teacher used in PE lessons for all year groups

 

  • Specialist teacher used to coach Cricket for Year 3/4

 

 

  • to improve wellbeing, improve
  • concentration and increase flexibility
  • Re-book gymnastics teacher
  • During the sessions pupils to focus on developing new dance skills and practicing and improving on previously learnt skills
  • Educate and guide pupils into leading a healthy lifestyle and reaching their full potential.
  • Staff learn from the dance/ cricket coach teacher and develop their own teaching of dance.
  • Disadvantaged children given the opportunity to further develop their skills with a coaching team.

 

£2573

  • Positive role model for the pupils
  • Increased enjoyment of physical activity.
  • Pupils learn and develop skills in dance
  • Staff become more confident and knowledgeable about teaching dance.
  • Children chosen to take part in coaching sessions for extra curricula activities
  • Experience of an activity that will then encourage children to continue it in later life and improve mental health and wellbeing

 

  • Continue with programme from Charlton Athletic to enable more children to be exposed to further coaching and opportunities to take part in sporting events

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

Percentage of total allocation:

10%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

  • Continued subscription to PE Passport
  • PE Passport app supports planning, assessment and tracks evidence throughout the school.
  • Training for new staff on how to use the app and Login details shared so that all teachers have access and can make additions.

 

 

  • Provides staff with CPD opportunities and children with access to borough

 

 

 

 

£300

  • Data received from the app is used to determine which children to target in PE sessions.

 

 

 

 

  • Networking and learning opportunities to help staff to use PE and school sport to improve the outcomes for pupils.

 

  • Leaders are confident when undertaking lesson observations/ team teaching, feedback and lead discussions have an impact on learning.

 

 

  • Whole school picture of progress in PE which can be continued

 

 

 

  • Membership to be continued. This will continue to allow children to access a variety of competitions at different levels.
  • Staff continue  to benefit from CPD opportunities and links with other schools and providers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


  • GSSP Partnership

 

improve the outcomes and opportunities for pupils.

 

 

£ 950

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

Percentage of total allocation:

7%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Additional achievements:

  • Develop an extensive extracurricular provision to enable pupils to have the opportunity to participate in different sporting activities outside of the curriculum (Covid risk assessment dependent)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Provide intensive swimming sessions for Year 6 pupils so they can reach the required standard (swim at least 25 metres). (Covid risk assessment dependent)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Transport to Making Trax BMX programme to give pupils more confidence riding a bike and increase opportunities outside school. (Covid risk assessment dependent)
  • Organise extra-curricular activity timetable
  • Ensure there is a different sports club offered every day after school
  • Review the quality of extracurricular provision termly by:

-   Range of activities offered

-       The enhancement and extension of our curriculum provision

-       Inclusion for all

-       The promotion of healthy, active lifestyles

 

 

  • Identify Year 6 pupils who have not reached the required level in swimming
  • Book swimming sessions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Book programme
  • Arrange transport
  • Arrange Bikeability so more pupils are confident enough to fully benefit and participate fully

£150

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£600

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£50

  • PE passport app used to track the clubs offered. App keeps track of the number of children attending sports clubs.

 

  • 60% of children attend at least 1 sports club during the school week

 

  • Parental and pupil voice very positive about the range of physical activities during after school clubs with clubs being fully subscribed to

 

  • Pupils can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
  • Pupils can use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]
  • Pupils can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

 

  • Pupils demonstrate ability and confidence needed to ride a BMX bike competitively
  • Pupils know how to ride safely and keep their bike maintained.
  • Build community links
  • Build self-confidence of pupils raising their aspirations.
  •  Teachers to provide extra-curricular activities
  • Provide links to clubs outside of the school so pupils can continue with the activity when they leave the school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Pupils learnt how to swim
  • Continue with intensive swimming lessons
  • Governor to provide additional swimming sessions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Pupils learnt how to ride a bike confidently
  • Pupils develop the skill of riding on a BMX track
  • Raised pupil aspirations

 

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

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

  • Membership to Greenwich Schools Sports Partnership
  • Working with Charlton Athletic (Cricket)

 

 

 

  • to increase the number of children participating in inter school sports competitions and provide staff CPD opportunities

 

 

  • Staff member to attend PE Subject Leader Days
  • Staff member to attend CPD courses
  • Key stage 2 given opportunities to participate in borough wide competitions.

 

 

 

£

 

Allocation of funds included in previous indicator 3 for GSSP

 

 

 

 

 

  • PE CPD improved teaching
  • Pupils attended more inter-school competition
  •  Membership to Association for Physical Education (AfPE)
  • Staff member who has attended CPD to model for other staff to upskill more staff

 

 

 

Sports Premium 2019-2020

Estimated Sports premium funding for 2019-2020 - £19,728

GSSP Partnership

£950

Provides staff with CPD opportunities and children with access to borough competitions.

Year 6 Swimming booster sessions

£450

Two week intensive courses to enable as many children as possible to achieve the national expectations in swimming.

Competitive opportunities

£700

Access to competitive opportunities including school sports days and house competitions.

After school club subsidies

£200

Enabling as many children as possible with access to a variety of extracurricular sports clubs.

Greenwich Dance curriculum sessions

£1,302

Provide a 6 week dance lesson unit- sharing plans and mentoring NQTs to deliver high quality sessions.

Yoga lessons

£10,364

Half termly yoga sessions for each primary class and lunch/after school clubs.

Additional gymnastic equipment

£738

Additional resources to ensure high quality gymnastic lessons are delivered across the school.

P.E Passport membership

£699

To ensure high quality and progressive lessons are taught across KS1 and KS2.

Gymnastic curriculum sessions.

£1,440

Provide 6 week gymnastic units to four year groups- upskilling teacher knowledge and delivery.

Active days

£1250

Provides whole school activity days to widen participation in physical activity- including providing a high quality and accessible sports day.

Playground equipment

£1,000

Updating break and lunch time equipment.

Total:

£ 19, 093

  

Sports Premium 2018-2019

Effect on participation and attainment

Sustainability and next steps

GSSP partnership

£950

Provides children with access to inter school competitions and CPD opportunities.

Over 50 children took part in 7 GSSP competitions and links have made and strengthened with outside organisations to enable wider competitive participation across the borough.

Training and workshops have been attended by the P.E coordinator and other members of staff. All members of teaching staff have been upskilled through PDMS.

 

Other links have been created with other schools to increase participation in inter school friendly matches.

The school continues to be a member of the GSSP, which allows children access to a wide variety of sport competitions and staff to consistent training across a variety of sports.

 

Links continue to be made between the school and other schools, as well as outside organisations.

Year 6 Swimming Booster sessions

£700

Two week intensive courses for   each class to increase the attainment of those who can swim 25 meters.

Over the four weeks, the percentage of children who could swim 25 metres unaided, improved by 25 % bringing the percentage to 67 %

Continue with booster sessions next year. Year 5 to participate in weekly sessions in order to address the gap between Year 4 and Year 6. Raise the profile of swimming across the school.

Competitive Opportunities

£ 700

Access to competitive opportunities including sports days.

All children in Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 participated in Sports Days at Shooter’s Hill Campus across two days. Children were able to compete as part of a team as well as individually.

Organise termly House Sport Competitions.

After school club subsidy

£200

Subsidy for after school Football, gymnastics, dance and yoga clubs.

This has increased participation in after school clubs, especially with children who have not attended clubs before.

Continue to subsidise clubs. Continue to identify key children who would benefit.

Orienteering maps, control points and resources

£1380

Enable whole school to access high quality orienteering lessons and upskill class teachers in outdoor learning.

Orienteering is now on the curriculum map and all children in Key Stage 2 experience a 6-week block of orienteering.

Look at adapting these resources to Key Stage 1. Encourage more cross-curricular participation.

Yoga Lessons

£7,800

Weekly yoga teaching (4 classes a day-) and after school club (for KS2)

All children, from Year 1 to Year 6 have had the opportunity to participate in two terms worth of Yoga lessons per year. An improvement in focus when back in class has been noted across the school.

8 pupil premium children have been attending a weekly lunch time club.

Teachers have begun to incorporate mindfulness techniques in their classroom.

Lunch time and after school club to continue. EYFS to be given opportunities to participate next year.

Additional P.E lesson resources

£1, 500

Resources to ensure that a broad range of sports are taught and high quality lessons are delivered.

Teachers have access to a class set of resources which enables children to be active throughout the whole of their P.E sessions.

Termly audits of equipment to be done.

Outdoor gym mats

£300

Outdoor gym mats for break times.

All KS1 and KS2 have access to the mats outside at break. This has given them an additional activity to participate in.

Do lunchtime and playtime audits regularly.

Climbing Frame

£4042

Freestanding climbing wall to provide more opportunities at break and lunch time.

All KS1 and KS2 children have access to the climbing frame at break and lunch times.

Continue to audit the break/lunch time provision.

Primary PE Passport

£754.80

All teachers will have access to the app where there are extensive lesson plans for each unit of activity.

All primary teachers are able to access high quality lesson plans and demonstrations for each unit. This enables all staff to deliver quality lessons with progression across units.

Look at providing more in-depth CPD for gymnastics and dance, as these were identified as activities that staff still felt least confident delivering.

Total:

£18,326.80

 

Estimated Sports premium funding for 2018-2019 - £19,728.

Year 6 swimming proficiency

Percentage that can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres: 67%

Percentage that can use a range of stokes effectively: 60%

Percentage that can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations: 85% 

Sports Premium 2017-2018

 

 

 

 

Effect on participation and attainment.

Sustainability and next steps

Dance Directions Project

£4015

Up-skilling of teachers in teaching Dance as part of the curriculum. Enabling all children to have access to a quality dance experience

All children Years 1- 6 participated in a 6 week dance project, culminating in performances to parents. Increased participation in dance clubs after school.

Teachers to use the resources, skills and lesson plans in their subsequent dance lessons. After school dance clubs to continue.

GSSP partnership

£950

Provides children with access to inter school competitions and CPD opportunities.

Over 50 children took part in 5 GSSP competitions and links have made and strengthened with outside organisations to enable wider competitive participation across the borough.

 

Training and workshops have upskilled the P.E. coordinator and other members of staff through PDMS.

 

Other links have been created with other schools to increase participation in inter school friendly matches.

The school continues to be a member of the GSSP, which allows children access to a wide variety of sport competitions and staff to consistent training across a variety of sports.

 

Links continue to be made between the school and other schools, as well as outside organisations.

Playground activity equipment.

£1,200

Resources to enhance play/lunch time activities, including outdoor tennis tables, portable stereo, skipping ropes.

All children now have access to a wide variety of activities during lunchtime. This has increased participation in physical activity at lunchtimes, contributing to children being active for longer.

More permanent equipment to be purchased for the playground (climbing walls, gym mats) to further increase participation. Sports leaders to contribute to lunch time activities.

EYFS physical education and GMS resources

£1,294

Various resources to be used to enhance physical activity and gross motor skills in EYFS.

All children in EYFS now have access to a range of equipment which has improved their gross motor skills and achievement towards the early learning goals.

Regular termly audits of equipment to be done.

Yoga Teaching

£2,000

Weekly yoga teaching (4 classes a day-) and after school club (for KS2)

All children, from Year 1 to Year 6 have had the opportunity to participate in a terms worth of Yoga lessons. An improvement in focus when back in class has been noted across the school.

8 pupil premium children have been attending a weekly lunch time club.

Lessons to continue next year, so that each year group has 12 weeks of Yoga sessions a year. Lunch time and after school club to continue.

 

Teachers to begin to incorporate mindfulness techniques in their classroom.

Yoga resources

£315

Yoga mats for each child for curriculum classes and after school club

All children have used the Yoga mats as part of their sessions. This has ensured lessons are of a high quality and safe.

Termly audits of equipment.

P.E lesson resources

£2,600

Resources to enhance and broaden the   delivery of the P.E curriculum- class sets of Netballs, footballs, volleyballs, netball hoops, bibs, boccia sets.

All teachers have access to class sets of a wide variety of sports. This has improved the quality of P.E teaching across the curriculum.

Termly audits of equipment to be done.

Active days

£1755

Creating further opportunities for the whole school to become active- Kidz fit/ sport relief obstacle course days.

100% of the school have participated in active days across the year, including fitness sessions, obstacle courses etc.

Continue to provide the school with active days across the year.

Year 6 Swimming Booster sessions

£350

Two week intensive courses for Year 6 to increase the attainment of those who can swim 25 meters.

These enabled the percentage of children being able to swim to improve from 68%- 75%.

Continue with booster sessions- increase to two week intensives next year to improve the percentage.

After school club subsidy

£200

Subsidy for after school basketball, gymnastics, football and yoga clubs.

This has increased participation in after school clubs, especially with children who have not attended clubs before.

Continue to subsidise clubs. Identify key children who would benefit.

Sport kits for competitions

 

£100

 

Sport teams kits to represent Eglinton at inter school competitions.

 

Football Kit was given from several organisations. 

We will look to purchase kits for other sports (netball) to represent the school at competitions.

 

 

Total: 14, 779.

 

 

 Year 6 swimming proficiency

Percentage that can swim 25 metres: 75%

Range of stokes effectively: 68%

Perform self-rescue: 75% 

 

 

Sports Premium 2016-2017

 

For the academic year 2016-2017 we received £9,720 in funding from the government to ensure that we provide quality sporting opportunities for the whole school community. This includes quality experiences for the children as well as investing into the professional development of our own teachers to provide this throughout the year.

2016-17 Targets:​

  • To improve the quality and breadth of PE and sports provision.  Investment of new Real Gym resources and training and new resources for specific sports.

  • To improve the quality of teaching in PE. Working alongside professional coaches (dance) to improve teacher’s subject knowledge and create a Christmas performance.

  • To improve sporting participation inside and outside of school. Through internal competitions, part of the school games, Kidz Fit workshops, and developing partnerships with local sports clubs.

  • To increase participation in competitive sports. Through Gordon Stead (School Games Organiser), funding registration fees for charity events, funding afterschool clubs

  • To increase the number of children able to swim 25m by the end of KS2. Sending 6+ to The Waterfront for further swimming lessons.

The teaching of this new curriculum will develop as we become more familiar with it, as well as lesson observations from the Sports Advisor for Greenwich.

Actions and use of funding to achieve these targets:

  • Investing in new sporting equipment where it is needed so teachers have the resources to deliver lessons as they require. This will include new Real Gym resources that will supplement the new curriculum in gymnastics. (£1225).

  • Hire Greenwich Dance Company’s (GDA) services to work alongside teaching staff for a whole half term, providing high quality CPD in dance. This will be a whole school focus, working with each year group to create a Christmas performance. (£4000).

  • Kidz Fit instructor conducting workshops with all year groups to promote healthy living and exercise in and outside of school. They will also come to the school sports day to provide activities for the children not participating at that time (£1000).

  • Organising a sporting competition based at Eglinton inviting other local Greenwich schools. Also friendlies with local schools will be arranged on a termly basis to give as many children as possible an opportunity to compete competitively in a variety of sports (£250).

  • Attending and raising money at charity events as Team Eglinton, paying for children to participate and travel to raise awareness and promote independence through fundraising (£200).

  • After this year’s success, the archery instructor will be invited again to conduct sessions with year 5 and 6 during a half term (£1200).

  • Sending 6+ to the waterfront for an additional 6 weeks of lessons with professional instructors, to close the gap on the national swimming average of achieving 25m before the end of KS2 (£700).

  • Money will be put aside to fund the children who participate least in sporting activities, encouraging them to attend after school or local sports clubs. Building links with local sports will be something we wish to develop this year, for active and non-active children (£500).

  • We will attempt to bring an after school judo club to Eglinton this year for a 10 week block, as a trial run for future years, which could become part of our PE curriculum and develop links with a local club. This will open children's eyes to a new sport and provide an opportunity to release tension in a positive way (£1000).

  • To inspire children and give them new experiences, the funding will be used to attend a sporting event at an arena or stadium (£1000).

  • To encourage further use of bikes and make children aware of local facilities and how they can apply their cycling skills, children will attend the BMX training at Hornfair Park to use their fundamental skills, either learning how to cycle or improving their current skill (£1000).

The Impact of the Sports Premium during 2016 – 17:

  • To improve the quality and breadth of PE and sports provision.

  • To improve the quality of teaching in PE.

    • A new PE curriculum, ‘Real PE’, was introduced this year to improve the quality of PE teaching across the whole school through a whole school INSET. This was introduced to develop the fundamental movements of children, starting in KS1. This has impacted 100% of the children and teaching staff at Eglinton Primary School.

    • An investment was made in new sporting equipment to improve the resources teachers have available to deliver Real PE and traditional sports to the highest possible level. New resources have impacted 100% of the children at Eglinton Primary School.

    • For KS1, 36 scooters have been purchased to begin scooter training in year 1 and 2. This will give them new skills that include road safety and another vehicle for exercise. This will impact 100% of KS1 children and create an opportunity for an afterschool club to increase this.

  • To improve sporting participation inside and outside school

    • We hired a specialist archery teacher to deliver archery lessons in our new ball court to years 5 and 6. This was greatly enjoyed by the children and gave them an opportunity to experience a new sport. This has impacted 33% of our primary school children and will continue to benefit more children annually.

    • A specialist lunchtime supervisor was employed to enable us to organise different sporting activities during lunchtimes. This has had an impact on 100% of children, which provided an extra 20 minutes of daily exercise.

    • An investment was made in fencing equipment, to compliment the new curriculum, which was enjoyed by years 3 and 4. This also enabled the teachers to develop their own skills and improve their subject knowledge. We hope to build on this to encourage participation outside of school. This has impacted 33% of our primary school children and will continue to benefit more children annually.

  • To give children a variety of sporting activities that could lead to qualifications for life.

    • 30 children completed the RYA stage 1 sailing qualification at the Ahoy Centre, a qualification that they have for the rest of their life.