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Our current provision:

As a school we have already employed two specialist external coaches to accompany class teachers in delivering the core curriculum of PE to our pupils and have a successful after school programme of activities and a healthy eating breakfast club. We successfully compete in a large number of level 2 events, including football, tag rugby, athletics, cross country and Boccia. We put on each year a number of competitive and non-competitive level 1 events within our school grounds. We are linked to other schools in the local community especially East Barnet where we enter the family festival competitions. We are offering new clubs and competitions to our children including gymnastics, new age curling and basketball.

Key development priorities for KS1 and KS2 PE and Sport

Actions and Strategies to address key development priorities

Intended impact and sustainable outcomes

Evidence and expected costs

Review Dates

Aspiration for pupils

An extra specialist coach to be employed to coach outdoor games

A survey into in/out of school sports attended

1st year success of programme

Non Stop Action to provide specialist coaching.  £2400.

July 2017

 

Sep ‘16

Active playtimes, increased involvement and exposure to sport, understanding of ‘just playing’

We aim to employ a playtime leader and create a leadership scheme for pupils. Purchase of playground equipment.

Pupil involvement, increased self-esteem of children.  Less incidents in the playground. More children active at playtimes

Number of recorded playground incidents.

£500

% increase in ‘active’ clubs

July 2017

Increased participation of minority groups in extracurricular sports

Increased selection of clubs including gymnastics and ‘active’ club.

Join girls football league

Enter more events

Some free places will be offered to Pupil Premium children.

More children actively taking part in extracurricular sports (at least 50% participation)

Registered numbers, increase of individual pupil involvement rather than multi pupil involvement

£1000

July 2017

Qualification of parents, staff and school assistants.

Attend courses to help development of TA support with PE. TA sport coaching CPD

Increased numbers and quality of adult helpers.

Raise standards in teaching P.E

Certificates

£500

Spring  2017

Raise participation of ‘inactive children in Physical Activity

Identify children in KS1 and 2 who are inactive at playtimes

Utilise sports leaders and subject leader to engage children in ‘active’ club.

Offer ‘free’ trial to after school club of their choice if they remain part of the active club

 

More children accessing extracurricular activity (50%)

Children have at 30 minutes of activity everyday

Children aspire to lead more active lifestyles

Registered numbers, increase of individual pupil involvement rather than multi pupil involvement

 

Autumn 2016

Key development priorities for KS1 and KS2 PE and Sport

Actions and Strategies to address key development priorities

Intended impact and sustainable outcomes

Evidence and expected costs

Review Dates

Staff development

Observation of staff by sports specialist and specialised coaches

To increase confidence of EYFS, KS1 teachers in teaching gymnastics.

To attend an outstanding games and athletics session training.

Increased confidence in delivery of PE for all staff.

 

Children display better co-ordination and fine motor skills

Teachers more confident in teaching Gymnastics.

Teachers offering outstanding PE lessons

Cost of cover and specialist teachers.

 

Use BPSI hours for gymnastic specialist.

Reviewed July 2017

Curriculum Map Updated / Meduim Term Planning development

Purchase of time of specialist teacher and developed planning.  

Inset for staff.

Child voice – children choosing the activities they would enjoy

Consistency throughout school core PE.

Variety of PE. Activities throughout the year for all children.

Increased engagement in extracurricular activities

Available for all staff with resources.

July 2017

Gifted and talented groups- intra and inter school competition

Children to be given opportunities to represent the school in a number of sports.

Provide specific support for G+T with achievement.

Raise number of inter school competitions (variety of sports).

8 intra school competitions in a variety of sports

Pride in representing the school.

 

Communicating with clubs to take G+T pupils.

Greater participation in sporting activities for children of all abilities.

Participation in a range of activities  

Individual’s record and outcome.

July 2017

Increase of playground equipment

Purchase of equipment.

Feedback from pupils.

Increase break time participation.

Increase use of outdoor spaces both in lessons and playtimes.

Pupil usage

Pupil feedback

Termly until Sept 2017

 

 

 

 

What have we achieved so far?

The PE team has attended training delivered by the borough to keep abreast of the changes and updates of all the exciting developments in the PE Premium funds. Our participation in school sports and extra-curricular activities is the highest it has ever been at Livingstone, we have offered more competitions and clubs to keep up with the ever-growing demands from our pupils. We attended the Bronze ambassador’s sports leadership course for our year 5 and 6 pupils, while securing the Silver games mark from the Sainsbury’s School Games. In recognition of our increasing participation in sporting activity in KS1, we were awarded the School Games Gold Mark from the Barnet partnership for school sports.   The PE curriculum map continues to ensure all children are getting a full and varied coverage of the curriculum.  We have new equipment, new clubs up and running and the participation in sport is rising.   We are continuing to monitor the fitness levels of all the children and are targeting children who are less active to improve their fitness levels. Key stage 2 have participated in swimming sessions with an external swimming instructor and we have targeted children for additional swimming sessions to raise their competency.  

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