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 2019-20 in the following ways;
- Continue to promote and inspire a love of physical activity through role models and maximised enrichment activities.
- 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 and beyond curriculum time
- Continue to offer the specialist dance tuition to auditioned groups, to include performances
- Maintain club and community links with Cray Wanderers, Charlton Football Club, KT and The Dance School 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
- Maintain swimming provision in Year 5 throughout the year
- Continue to offer a wide range and number of active clubs before school, at lunchtime and after-school to all ages
- Continue to offer Bikeability training for non-riders and riders in Years 4 and 5
- Continue to develop our Play Leader nd Active Squad programmes and opportunities to increase levels of activity at breaktimes
- 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
- Middle Park Swimming Skills 2017 – 2018
- Meeting 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?
- Sport Premium Spending 2020-21
- Sport Premium Spending 2019-20
- Sport Premium Spending 2018-19
Sport Premium spending 2020/21
|Area of Spend 2020/21||Actions/Outcomes||June 2021 update|
|Opportunities maximised – CPD for PE Leader and targeted staff
Inter and intra school opportunities to compete
|PE leader registered and benefiting from networking and CPD including ‘Leading PE’ course June 2021 and tag rugby opportunities summer term 2021
Opportunity for pupil to attend England match at Wembley June 2021
£2121 (actual hrs)
|Existing member of staff identified to develop as sports coach (2-year development plan). Partnership CPD attended. Staff member to shadow outside providers including Cray Wanderers, cricket coach and Charlton FC. Development of subject knowledge and changes to timetable for 2019/20
Timetabling to include shadowing external sports coaches during curriculum time and after school clubs
Playground Manager role developed – Leadership of Play Leaders and Active Squad to increase levels of activity throughout the school
|Highly effective Sports Leader in school now leading PE sessions throughout the school and covering where needed
Bubble resources organised and emphasis on timetabled physical activity throughout school
Extended now to include second sports coach and active learning mentor. Staff working together to deliver sports and physical activity opportunities throughout the school into 2021/22
£3400 (specialist coach & entry fees)
|Continuation and development of our school passion for cricket.
Sports Coach timetabled to shadow curriculum sessions and after-school club – skills and drill incorporated into lunchtime play and future lessons
Opportunities extended for children to demonstrate skills – talent spotting younger year groups
Arundel opportunities secured and staffed
Participation in all tournaments within and beyond borough
|Cricket coaching in place for Year 2 throughout spring and summer terms 2021.
Cricket activities set out at all breaktimes
Girls’ Arundel tour July 2021 – 26 children attending three day residential
£3130 (specialist tutor/props/entry fees)
|To include lunchtime club and curriculum time sessions for Years 2 to 6
Facilitate entry into external shows (eg: Crown Woods Showcase.)
Internal performances to parents/carers
Refreshed auditions termly
Celebrate and capture achievements and impact through case studies and on school platforms
|Paused for 2020/21 academic year
£4800 (specialist coaches)
|Use of outdoor providers extended to lunchtimes – Cray Wanderers, Charlton FC and The Dance School
Secure mixed cricket after school club – tag rugby, girls’ and boys’ football, active kids
Ensure all year groups have at least one physical activity after-school opportunity
Secure sustainability by planning staff shadowing and applying practical ideas at breaktimes and during curriculum times
|All after school clubs paused for 2020-21 academic year
Use of in-school sports coaches timetabled throughout the extended breaktimes of each bubble. Equipment allocated to bubbles and cleaned as per risk assessment
Early morning physical activity clubs for Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 throughout spring and summer terms
£300 (reflector kits)
|Offer cycle training to Year 5 and target non-riders in Year 4
Continue with School Travel Plan efforts encouraging children to walk, cycle and scoot to school
STARS gold – using STARs to support road danger reduction – travel training for children in FS1. Keeping safe themes in assemblies and the curriculum.
|Cycle training for Years 5/6 completed summer term 2021
Travel training for FS1 July 2021
Walk to school week – continue to promote cycling and walking
STARs gold in place
£200 (transport & entry fees)
£1000 (entry fees)
TOTAL SPEND: £19741
Year 5 swimming results 2020/21 – 47% children achieving 25 metres+ (11.7% non-swimmers)
MOVING FORWARD:- TLR3 leadership focussing on physical activity to improve SEMH and feeling of well-being. Developing ‘active mentoring’ through learning mentor apprenticeship and development of sports coach. Maximise swimming opportunities to include intensive and ongoing sessions for children in UKS2. Reintroduce full extended day opportunities including early morning active clubs and after-school sports clubs. Maximise opportunities for active trips and residentials including school journeys, team building trips and Arundel tours.
|Work with Eltham Hill on whole school sports day June 2021
Work with Cray Wanderers to develop sports morning model for younger children with Play Leaders/ Active Squad in support
Secure opportunities to compete through GSSP – ensure full participation in all events
Develop house system in school and extend to include competitive sports
Secure Year 4 and Year 6 residential school journeys (PGL). Subsidise for all children and seek ways to maximise participation.
Swattenden trip brought forward to Autumn term Year 3 to maximise team building impact
Develop links with GLL Better Extreme – Clip and Climb sessions for Year 4, participation in Sportathon
|Sports Day (Years 1-6) at Eltham Hill planned 20/7/2021
Tag rugby training and tournament Year 5
House system re-launched September 2021 as part of TLR3 leadership project
Euros playground tournaments (summer term 2021) and school sweepstake
Year 6 school journey October 2021 planned and taking place.
Year 4 school journey May 2022 planned
Year 6 trip to climb the o2 (July 2021)
Year 3 and Year 4 Clip and Climb sessions July 2021
Use of orienteering across the curriculum