Sport at Middle Park
Sport Premium at Middle Park
More children….More active….More often
The government announced that it is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum until the academic year 2020 to improve 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. The money must be used to improve the provision of P.E. and school sport.
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 learn more about themselves and each other; developing qualities such as respect, unity, co-operation and kindness. Sport and physical activity is used to encourage leadership, individual initiative, social skills and team building skills.
We are using the approximate £9500 sport premium funding to support the development of P.E. and school sport in 2016-2017 in the following ways;
. More children…more active…More often-our whole school approach to increasing levels of physical activity for every child in the school, including the introduction of the daily mile and development of our play leaders and active lunchtimes
. Specialist cricket coaching, developing skills of children and staff as well as securing opportunities for children to participate in tournaments
. Level 5 professional vocational qualification, developing our PE subject leader and building new links with other out of borough schools
. Continuing our after-school swimming booster opportunity for any children who have not yet achieved their 25 metres in year 6
. Buying in part-time support from SSCO (School Sports Coordinator) who organises a wide range of CPD for staff, as well as participation in a range of tournaments and opportunities in and out of school
. Continuing to provide a wide range of after-school sporting activities including Active Kids, cricket and soccer with Charlton FC
. 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
Our 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.
Impact of Sport Premium spending 2015/16
|Area of Spend||Impact||Sustainability|
|Specialist tennis coaching through Shooters Hill Tennis Club. Developing the skills of the children, providing training opportunities for staff and creating links with a local club||Teachers and children are confident in the teaching and learning of tennis. Parents/carers signposted to Shooters Hill Tennis Club with at least 5 children now enjoying membership. Development of pupil skills in strike and field curriculum.||Teachers to transfer their knowledge across all areas of the PE curriculum.Promotion of club to continue enhancing the lives of families.Children are more confident and competent when playing tennis – early movement skills are developed|
|Specialist cricket coaching. Developing skills of children and staff; as well as securing opportunities for children to participate in inter-school tournaments||Teachers and children are confident in the teaching and learning of cricket. Team represented Greenwich twice at Lords and Canterbury and were invited to have tea with the Mayor. Sponsorship secured through a local shop.||Teachers to transfer their knowledge across all areas of the PE curriculum.Children are more confident and competent when playing cricket|
|Buying in part-time support from an SSCO (School Sports Coordinator) who organises a wide range of CPD for staff, as well as participation in a range of tournaments and opportunities in and out of school.||Scooter training in Year 2 ensured that children are more confident and safe riding scooters PE leader received training and support in leading PE throughout the school Children have opportunities to engage in different sports and competitions.||Strong leadership of PE in school enables teachers to access support and resources Children experience and are inspired by alternative sports and by watching elite sportsmen and women. Children travel to and from school in a more active way.|
|Continuing to provide a wide range of after-school sporting activities including Active Kids, tennis, cricket and soccer with Charlton FC||223 children enjoyed an after-school sports club over the year 2015-16||Children enjoy being active and have improving skills and agility|
|Annual cycle training for children in Year 5||Children are more confident and safe riding bicycles||Children travel to and from school in a more active way|
|Residential opportunities for Years 4 and 6 to develop outdoor adventure skills such as orienteering, climbing and archery||98 children attended the Year 4 and Year 6 residential school journeysAll children were given positive opportunities to access outdoor adventure skills and consider qualities of leadership and teamwork||Children are better prepared for the next stage of their educationTeaching and support staff develop their own repertoire of activities to develop leadership and teamwork.|