Sport at Middle Park
Sport Premium at Middle Park
P.E. and school sport continue to play a very important part in the life of Middle Park Primary School. We believe that P.E. and school sport contribute to the holistic development of our children and through participation, our children build and learn more about our key values such as respect, unity, co-operation and kindness for themselves and others.
The government has announced that it is to continue with this funding for the foreseeable future.
We are therefore delighted to be able to use the sport premium funding to support the development of P.E. and school sport in 2018-19 in the following ways;
- Continue to promote and inspire a love of physical activity through role models and maximised enrichment activities. E.g. staff participating in the London Marathon, pupils taken to Women’s FA Cup Final, Arundel Cricket Tours etc
- Focus on increasing the physical activity levels of girls through girls-only opportunities at lunchtimes and after school, enrichment events etc.
- Development of Playground Manager in sports coaching, training, opportunities to shadow and team teach
- Continue to extend the specialist cricket coaching during curriculum time for G&T pupils in Years 4-6, to include competition
- Continue to offer the specialist dance tuition to auditioned groups, to include performances
- Maintain club and community links with Cray Wanderers, Charlton Football Club, Dance Academy, Riding for the Disabled and Capital Kids Cricket
- Continue active membership of the Greenwich School Sports Partnership, maximising opportunities for CPD, contacts and inter school competition
- TLR3 available for PE Leader to increase overall levels of physical activity throughout the school
- Maintain swimming provision in Year 5 throughout the year
- Continue to offer a wide range and number of sporty and active clubs both at lunchtime and after-school to all ages
- Continue to offer Bikeability training for non-riders and riders in Years 4 and 5
- Sign up for Walk to school Wednesday initiative and continue with our School Travel Plan initiatives
- Continue to develop our Play Leader programme and opportunities to increase levels of activity at lunchtime
- Continue to work with Eltham Hill School and Cray Wanderers to provide high quality intra-school competition for all children throughout the school
- Maximise the impact of residential experience on outdoor adventure activities in Year 4 and Year 6, as well as active team-building trips such as Swattenden for Year 3 higher quality lessons and improved learning for all.
- After school clubs include Active Kids, Cricket, Tag Rugby, mixed football and girls-only footballGifted and talented cricketers are targeted during curriculum time twice weeklySwimming continues throughout the year in Year 5Dance Academy delivers a lunchtime club as well as tuition for two auditioned groups who work towards performances throughout the yearHorseriding by RDA for 6 children throughout the year which includes a residential experienceOur overall aim is to continue to raise the profile and standards in P.E. and school sport increasing the participation and opportunities offered to our children. We aim to provide higher quality lessons and improved learning for all.Middle Park Swimming Skills 2017 – 2018Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety.
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres? 76%
- Sport Premium Spending 2018-19
Impact of Sport Premium spending 2017/18
|Area of Spend||Impact||Sustainability|
|Joining the Greenwich School Sports Partnership and becoming an active participant within the group||Partnership joined and PE Leader attending all meetings. Leadership CPD, new contacts made, opportunities for inter-school competition accessed including girls’ and mixed football, cricket tournaments, Sportathon etc.||Continue as active members of the partnership, new PE Leader to attend regularly and develop contacts. CPD opportunities accessed for targeted staff member. Tournaments and performances attended|
|Recruiting a Sports Leader Apprentice from January 2018||Existing member of staff identified to develop as sports coach. Partnership CPD attended, Playground Manager role developed. Staff member to shadow outside providers including Cray Wanderers, cricket coach and Charlton FC. Development of subject knowledge and changes to timetable for 2018/19||Staff member to support KS2 classes during PE as well as after-school clubs. Continue with CPD, observations, team teaching/coaching. Timetable to evolve to eventual PPA and cover 2019/20.|
|More children… more active…. more often’ – continuing the development of our play leaders, active lunchtimes, daily mile in targeted year groups and increased physical activity throughout the school||Retraining of Play Leaders and refresh of timetables and systems. Additional resources ordered and new games introduced, including more parachute games. Girls-only sessions and no football sessions timetabled regularly. Continuation of daily mile in Year 4. Cricket extremely popular at lunchtimes||Four square markings introduced. PE Leader to lead ‘physical activity’ project with TLR3, reporting to governors termly on impact|
|Specialist cricket coaching, developing skills of children and staff as well as securing opportunities for children to participate in tournaments||Continuation and development of our school passion for cricket. Teams represented Greenwich at the London youth Games and played at the Oval and lord’s. Boys and girls both attended the Arundel Cricket tours in May half term and summer holidays, staff by Middle Park staff. Pupils given opportunities to try-out for G&T groups and two groups rotated to engage more children. After school club remains over subscribed||Continue to build on current good practice. Pupils inspired by cricket team achievements.|
|A specialist dance tutor delivering weekly classes and facilitating greater opportunities for our children to perform within and beyond the school||Dance tuition proved extremely popular and auditions were very well attended. More than 50 children were engaged in total in lunchtime and afternoon sessions. Opportunities to perform included shows to parents, to the rest of the school and participation in the evening ‘Crown Woods Dance Show.’ After school dance club summer term 2018 led by teacher.||To continue with weekly sessions, providing open auditions termly. Create two focus groups for external performances at Crown Woods and the Mick Jagger centre (Years 5&6) Lunchtime club open to Years 3 and 4 and all abilities. Incorporate dance opportunities in Performing Arts Club.|
|Continuing to provide a wide range of after-school sporting activities including Active Kids, cricket and soccer with Charlton FC||All clubs continue to be very popular and in some cases oversubscribed. Opportunities for physical activity secured from Year 1 to Year 6.||Continue with existing, successful after school sports clubs. Further extend and also develop lunchtime club opportunities – dance, Charlton FC and Cray wanderers|
Annual cycle training for children in Year 5
An annual sports day for all children at Eltham Hill School
Residential opportunities for Years 4 and 6 to develop outdoor adventure skills such as orienteering, climbing and archery
|21 children completed training as well as 6 non-riders in Year 4. After-school intensive course supported 4 targeted children.
Very successful sports morning for KS2. Cray Wanderers delivered KS1 sports morning and Year 6 organised and led a sports afternoon for FS2
102 children in total attended school journey and had the opportunity to participate in outdoor adventure activities. Year 3 enjoyed active team building day at Swattenden which also included raft racing, archery, climbing and zip line
PGL trips re-booked for Years 4 and 6 2018/19 – (Shropshire for Year 6 and Dorset for Year 4.)
Swattenden trip brought forward to maximise impact of team building focus.