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St Patrick's Rc Primary And Nursery School

"I come that they may have life and have it to the full"

Lee Street, Oldham, Lancashire, OL8 1EF

info@st-patricks.oldham.sch.uk

01616330527

  1. SCHOOL
  2. PE and Sports Premium

Sports Premium 2018/19

The sports premium grant received by St Patricks is used to enhance the provision of PE and sport and encourage activity and healthy lifestyles in the following ways;

  • The employment of an activity development worker from Sports Development to support the provision of high quality PE lessons and extra curricular sport
  • To improve the knowledge, skills and confidence of the teaching staff at St Patricks
  • To provide an extensive range of opportunities for children to take part in extracurricular and competitive sports.
  • To fund membership of the Hathershaw Sports Cluster, to enable participation in competitive sports and an exchange of good practice.
  • To encourage more reluctant children to participate regularly in sport.
  • Promoting key values such as teamwork, resilience, leadership, respect for others, and the ability to handle success and disappointment.
  • Funding for outside providers to enhance extracurricular sport and PE at lunchtimes and afterschool.
  • Signposting pupils into community club.

Sports Premium 2018/19 £17,830

How the funding is spent.

Provision

Purpose

Funding allocated

Hathershaw Sports Cluster

Activity Development Worker

To support the provision of high quality PE lessons and extracurricular sport

£6,100

Contribution to Hathershaw Cluster

Support for provision of staffing, medals, trophies etc at inter school competitions

£1,250

Outdoor Education

To provide opportunities for outdoor education and team building

£2,020

Leadership

Time for PE Subject Leaders to arrange events and oversee all projects. Cost of any additional hours worked

 £3,280

Sports coaches

To provide specialist coaching

£2,680

General PE Resources

Equipment for curricular and extracurricular PE and Sport

£2,500

Misc expenses

e.g. Competition entry fees

£200

Total Expenditure

£18,030

 

  • 67% of Y6 children achieved 25m swimming award in 2018.

Targets   – 2018/19

  • To maintain high levels of participation in extracurricular sport and to retain the Sainsbury’s Gold Award.
  • To train Y5 pupils to be Junior Play Leaders
  • To introduce a Health and Wellbeing programme
  • Further develop the role of the sports council
  • To create ‘active’ playgrounds.
  • To increase the range of extracurricular sporting activities on offer by introducing Badminton and Fencing.

 

Impact   – 2017/18 targets

We have had another extremely successful year in terms of both participation in extracurricular sport and success in competitions.

  • To increase participation in extracurricular sport to 80% : Participation in extracurricular sport has increased to an average of 86% across the school.
  • To maintain the Sainsbury’s Gold Award - We have achieved the Gold Award again
  • To organise staff training to enhance teachers’ skills in delivering the new PE curriculum. The Sports development coach has been providing CPD for all teachers across the PE curriculum.
  • To introduce a Sports Council to improve pupil voice. The sports council has been established and has met 6 times over the year. They have been involved in planning afterschool clubs and organising the school sports day.
  • To run the Change4Life Club – A decision was made not to orgainse the Change4Life club due to other commitments.
  • To organise additional PE sessions for identified children to improve fitness and increase confidence.- These interventions have been very successful and have resulted in children improving their enjoyment of and participation in PE lessons as a result of being fitter and more confident.
  • To participate in the Premier League Primary Stars initiative.- This initiative involved 6 visits from a Premier League coach who led skill development sessions for Year 6 as well as an afterschool club for girls.
  • To increase the range of extracurricular sporting activities on offer by introducing new sports e.g. Softball, table tennis and walking rugby .- All 3 of these sports have been introduced through extracurricular clubs.