PE Funding

PE Funding Allocation Autumn 2013 – Spring 2014

Core amount of PE Allocated Funding Number of Pupil Premium Children at Carlton Primary School 2013-14
(January 2013 Census)
X £5 per eligible pupil Total amount of funds for
PE and Sport Grant 2013-14
£5788 274 children X £5 £5788 (Payment received October 2013)

 

PE and Sport Grant funding used for: Amount allocated to the action Is this a new or continued activity/ cost? Brief summary of the action: Including details of Year groups and pupils involved, and the timescale Specific intended outcomes: How will this action improve achievement for pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium?
What will it achieve if successful?
How will this activity be monitored, when and by whom?
How will success be evidenced?
Impact:
What did the action or activity actually achieve?
If you plan on doing this again, what would you change to improve it next time?
Provision of swimming lessons at Kentish Town Baths Autumn Term
£1967.552 terms funding
£3935.10
Accompanying adults for afterschool session (2 terms)
23 weeks x £14hr TA salary (x2) £644
Y4 swimming lessons-Continued
Y5/Y6 top up swimming lessons-New
2x sessions for Y4 classes
Total Children: 48
FSM Children: 36
Additional session for Y5/Y6 top up
Autumn
Total Children: 20
FSM Children: 19
100% of children will progress towards swimming 25M by the end of Y6, which is the National Target. Progress will be monitored:
Termly assessments carried out by instructors to measure progress towards the 25M target. This will be analysed and monitored by PE leader of learning.
Pupil voice will also be used to monitor pupil’s attitudes to swimming and the quality of provision.
Y4 swimming sessions
Over the course of two terms of weekly swimming:
Start of year 33/48 children could not swim at all, while 15/48 only up to 5M.
By the end of December, 11/48 children could swim 25M using at least 1 stroke, while 43/48 children made progress. At the end of April the swimmers will be assessed again.
Top up swimming sessions
38 children targeted over the two terms, swimming once a week. 11/38 pupils can now swim 25M using at least 1 stroke. 36/38 children made progress towards 25M.
Provision of cricket coaching for pupils through Capital Kids Cricket Coaching
Capital Kids Cricket
SEN focus club
Autumn Term
£450
2 terms funding
£900
Continued Activity A highly skilled ex-professional cricketer delivers high-quality cricket instruction to our KS2 children.
Autumn: Y6/Y5
Total Pupils: 91
FSM Pupils: 82
SEN focus Club
Total Pupils: 15
FSM Pupils: 15
Children will receive high quality PE instruction, and the opportunity to collaborate and work as a team.
The coach is also a positive male role model
Cricket will be monitored by the PE leader of learning.
Success will be evident in numbers of participation, and through pupil voice.
All Y5/Y6 children received targeted cricket instruction, and PE assessments have shown overall skill levels have improved
Autumn: 15 children targeted, with a range of SEN, including 2 statemented pupils. Pupil feedback positive, coach noted improved confidence.
Spring: 18 PP children focus in Y3-Y5, with a range of SEN needs
Key Stage One Targeted After School Sports Clubs £25 per hour coaching rate
Autumn Term
20hrs x £25
£500
New activity Two sports clubs targeted for FSM pupils in KS1
Autumn Term
Total Pupils: 33
FSM Pupils: 25
75% of children in KS1 eligible for PP will be targeted for extended physical activity provision across the academic year. Number of children and attendees will be monitored by PE leader of learning and club manager.
Club list will be revised on a half term basis to make sure all eligible children have access.
Autumn Term only
Over the term 33/108 (30%) KS1 pupils took part in a KS1 PE sport club. This is on track to reach our 75% pupil participation over the year.
Autumn/Spring Term Total Gross Spend: £5979.10
Autumn/Spring Term Total PE Grant Funding £5788.00
Carlton Funding of the difference (PE budget) £191.10

PE Funding Allocation Summer 2014

Core amount of PE Allocated Funding-Summer Term 2014 Number of Pupil Premium Children at Carlton Primary School 2013-14
(January 2013 Census)
X £5 per eligible pupil Total amount of funds for
PE and Sport Grant 2013-14 Summer Term 2014
£3647 274 children (Calculated within total cost) £3647

 

PE and Sport Grant funding used for: Amount allocated to the action Is this a new or continued activity/ cost? Brief summary of the action: Including details of Year groups and pupils involved, and the timescale Specific intended outcomes: How will this action improve achievement for pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium?
What will it achieve if successful?
How will this activity be monitored, when and by whom?
How will success be evidenced?
Actual impact:
What did the action or activity actually achieve?
If you plan on doing this again, what would you change to improve it next time?
Provision of additional swimming lessons at Kentish Town Baths for non-swimmers (below 25M standard) Summer Term
£1300
Accompanying adults for afterschool session (2 terms)
11 weeks x £14hr TA salary (x2) £308
Continued from Autumn/Spring Term 2x sessions for Y4 classes
Total Children: 48
FSM Children: 36
Additional session for KS2 top up
Total Children: 17
FSM Children: 15
A higher % of children will progress towards swimming 25M by the end of Y6, which is the National Target. At the start of year 0% of Carlton children had met target. Currently 49% of children nationally achieve the target.
Each child will make progress over the term. Most children at Carlton do not attend external swimming lessons, and do not swim recreationally. Water experience is limited.
Progress will be monitored:
Termly assessments carried out by instructors to measure progress towards the 25M target. This will be analysed and monitored by PE leader of learning.
Pupil voice will also be used to monitor pupil’s attitudes to swimming and the quality of provision.
Over the course of the academic year 17/44 children in Y4 (39%) of children achieved the 25M standard by the end of the Summer Term. In September it was 0/44 (0%). Additionally 44/44 children made progress over the school year.
17 children took part in the additional top up swimming sessions. 15/17 children can now swim at least 25M, and 17/17 made progress over the term.
Pupil voice interviews indicated that (91%) children enjoyed swimming weekly and wish they could swim more frequently. Areas of improvement included: longer lessons needed, more patient instructors at times, and instructor attendance-not always consistent.
Key Stage One Targeted After School Sports Clubs £25 per hour coaching rate
£14 per hour support
Autumn Term
11hrs x £39
£429
Continued from Autumn/Spring Term Sport club targeted for FSM pupils in KS1
Summer Term
Total Pupils: 22
FSM Pupils: 18
75% of children in KS1 eligible for PP will be targeted for extended physical activity provision across the academic year. Number of children and attendees will be monitored by PE leader of learning and club manager.
Club list will be revised on a half term basis to make sure all eligible children have access.
Autumn Term only
Over the course of the academic year 64/113 (57%) KS1 pupils took part in a sports club. Though below the aimed target, this is an increase upon last year’s percentage of participation.
A separate Y1 and Y2 sports club may be the way forward next year, with 15 in each club, each half term.
Release time and Training Costs for EYFS/KS1 teachers on teaching PE Training for 5 teachers on 1/2 day PE course/ including classroom cover £500 New Planning and Teaching support specific for EYFS/Y1 from Camden PE consultant
Nursery, Reception, Y1
All children in EYFS and Y1 will receive high quality PE lessons each week.
All PP children in these classes will be affected
PE Leader of Learning will complete learning scrutiny of PE lessons in EYFS/KS1 pre-training as a baseline. Receive feedback from staff. Three members of staff completed EYFS/Y1 specific training at Carlton on 3rd July 2014, run by PE consultant Kim Henderson. Feedback was positive (3/3), and support will feed into 2014-15 provision.
Release time and Training Costs for PE coaches to receive updated Dance and Gymnastics Training Training courses + classroom cover
-British Gymnastics intro
-Dance-NDTA primary teacher’s course
£750
New Training course in Dance and Gymnastics for both PE coaches to achieve qualification up to recommended teaching standards
Teaching Year Groups 2-6
Children will receive higher quality lessons in dance and gymnastics.
All children (including PP) will benefit in Y2-Y6.
Planning scrutiny and Lesson observations to monitor impact.
Feedback from coaches and children on impact of training/ improvements in quality of lessons
PE leader of learning to oversee
One course was cancelled, and other courses were not available during Summer Term, so this funding will be carried over to Autumn 2014.
School/Staff school uniform for PE lessons and local intermural competitions 100 T-Shirts with school logo
School PE kit for both sport coaches and supporting TA’s
£450
New School PE kit will be ordered for PE coaching staff-increased professionalism
T-shirts for children representing Carlton at out of school competitions-safety and increase school profile
PE leader of learning will monitor the wearing of school coaching kit and manage the competition T-shirt allocation.
Success to be evidenced by feedback from coaching staff and children taking part in competitions.
Samples of different types of shirts have been received. By end of Summer Term, an order will be placed so T-Shirts are available for Autumn 2014.
Summer Term Total Gross Spend: £3827
Summer Term Total PE Grant Funding: £3737
Carlton Funding of the difference (PE budget): £90

PE Funding Allocation 2014-15

Core amount of PE Allocated Funding Number of Pupil Premium Children at Carlton Primary School 2013-14
(January 2014 Census)
X £5 per eligible pupil Total amount of funds for
PE and Sport Grant 2014-15
Appx: £9000 211 X £5 Appx: £9455 (inclusive)
PE and Sport Grant funding used for: Amount allocated to the action Is this a new or continued activity/ cost? Brief summary of the action: Including details of Year groups and pupils involved, and the timescale Specific intended outcomes: How will this action improve achievement for pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium?
What will it achieve if successful?
How will this activity be monitored, when and by whom?
How will success be evidenced?
Impact:
What did the action or activity actually achieve?
If you plan on doing this again, what would you change to improve it next time?
Provision of swimming lessons at Kentish Town Baths 3 terms funding for three swimming sessions at Kentish Town Baths.
2 curriculum
1 afterschool top up session
£5922.30
Y4 swimming lessons-Continued
Y5/Y6 top up swimming lessons-Continued
2x sessions for Y4 classes
Total Children: 42
Pupil Premium Children: 34
Additional session for Y5/Y6 top upAutumn Term
Total Children: 19
PP Children: 18
Spring Term
Total Children: 16
PP Children: 14
Summer Term
Total Children: 17
PP Children: 14
100% of children will make progress towards swimming 25M by the end of Y6, which is the National Target.
At least 33% will swim 25M by the end of Y4
75% of top up children will reach 25M standard
Progress will be monitored:
Termly assessments carried out by instructors to measure progress towards the 25M target. This will be analysed and monitored by PE leader of learning.
Pupil voice will also be used to monitor pupil’s attitudes to swimming and the quality of provision.
41 children swimming weekly in Year 4. Initial assessment showed 34/41 children could not swim at all (0M), and the remaining 7 children only up to 5M-10M. When re-assessed in December, 39/41made swimming progress over the term, though none have yet achieved the 25M standard
Additionally 19 children in Y5/Y6 took part in additional swimming. 18/19 made progress over the term, with 12/19 now achieving 25M national standard.
When re-assessed again in March 2015, 32/42 made swimming progress since December 2014, and now 3 (3/42) have achieved the 25M national standard.
In Spring, 16 children in Y5/Y6 took part in additional swimming. 14 made progress over the term, with 4/16 now achieving 25M national standard.
42 children swimming weekly in Year 4. Initial assessment showed 34/42 children could not swim at all (0M), and the remaining 8 children only up to 5M-10M. When re-assessed again in July 2015, 40/42 made swimming progress since December 2014, and now 13/42 (31%) have achieved the 25M national standard
17 children in Y5/Y6 took part in additional swimming this term. 15/17 made progress over the term, with 14/17 (82%) now achieving 25M national standard or above.
Provision of cricket coaching for pupils through Capital Kids Cricket Coaching
Capital Kids Cricket
focus club
3 terms funding
£1350
Continued Activity A highly skilled ex-professional cricketer delivers high-quality cricket instruction to our KS2 children.
2014-15: Y6/Y5
Total Pupils: 90
PP Pupils: 77
Cricket Club: Autumn
Total Pupils: 15
PP Pupils: 14
Cricket Club: Spring
Total Pupils: 20
PP Pupils: 16
Cricket Club: Summer
Total Pupils: 16
PP Pupils: 15
Children will receive high quality PE instruction, and the opportunity to collaborate and work as a team.
The coach is also a positive male role model
Cricket will be monitored by the PE leader of learning.
Success will be evident in numbers of participation, and through pupil voice.
Pupil Voice held December 2014
Cricket: Again, nearly all the children said they enjoyed the coaching sessions, and were improving their cricketing skills.
Pupil Voice held March 2015-children fed back about specific skills learned (throwing at stumps/hitting straight).
Children attending cricket club also had the experience to attend a cricket tournament at Lords with other primary schools
Pupil Voice held July 2015-All children fed back that they improved their bowling skills this term, and throwing accuracy around hitting the stumps. All children surveyed wanted the club to continue next year. Carlton also finished 3rd in a Camden wide cricket tournament, demonstrating the skills learnt in these sessions.
Release time and Training Costs for PE coaches to receive updated Training: Dance, Gymnastics, OAA PPA cover for coaches during training session, run by Camden PE link worker
£400
New
(But action carried over from Summer Term)
Training course in Dance and Gymnastics for both PE coaches to achieve qualification up to recommended teaching standards
Teaching Year Groups 2-6
Children will receive higher quality lessons in dance and gymnastics.
All children (including PP) will benefit in Y2-Y6.
Planning scrutiny and Lesson observations to monitor impact.
Feedback from coaches and children on impact of training/ improvements in quality of lessons
PE leader of learning to oversee
Both dance and gymnastics training sessions attended by both sport coaches-November 2014. Learning scrutiny of dance lesson showed levels of pupil outcomes raised, additionally children will perform in assemblies January 2015.
OAA training arranged for 20th May 2015-Carlton to host Camden training
OAA training completed and trial lessons held in Y5/Y6 during Summer Term. Planning in place for all OAA units from Y3-Y6 for 2015-16 school year.
Extended Provision:
Arsenal Double Club
Literacy based sporting programme
£700 New Covering the cost of Arsenal coach, training materials
Additionally includes grant of £!500 to be received from Arsenal Foundation to purchase IPAD’s to be used in sessions.
2014-15 school year
Total Pupils: 67–across the year
PP Pupils: 49 children
Children will become motivated to work further on literacy skills while at the same time developing football skills. Using football as motivation.
Additionally further IPAD’s for school use
Attendance will be monitored by AH and club supervisor for consistency.
Success will be evidenced by weekly attendance, pupil voice, and increased writing motivation.
24 children attended the club across the term. TA supporting literacy sessions, attended I-Pad training-funding will be delivered in January.
Pupil Voice feedback: Children were overwhelmingly positive about the club, and several mentioned it was making them more motivated to write (especially because it was about Arsenal).

21 children attended the club across the term.
Pupil Voice feedback was positive, enjoying both the literacy and football sessions. Teaching sessions will now move to the electronic format for summer.

6 Ipads were purchased through the Arsenal bursary (only cost to the school was £200). They are now in use by the Arsenal Double Club and PE team for assessment and displays.
22 children attended the club across the term. Pupil Voice feedback was again positive-especially around using the IPads and the trip to the Emirates stadium in June 2015. The Arsenal app is now loaded across all IPads for facilitation of the literacy sessions. We will be renewing the club for the 2015-16 school year.
Total Gross Spend: £8175 (not including carryover for the training cover) Additional funds held for further training and additional extended provision
Total PE Grant Funding: Appx: £9000

PE Funding Allocation 2015-16

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Core amount of PE Allocated Funding Number of Pupil Premium Children at Carlton Primary School 2014-15
(January 2015 Census)
X £5 per eligible pupil Total amount of funds for
PE and Sport Grant 2015-16
Appx: £9000 286 X £5 Final Amount:
£ confirmed

 

PE and Sport Grant funding used for: Amount allocated to the action Is this a new or continued activity/ cost? Brief summary of the action: Including details of Year groups and pupils involved, and the timescale Specific intended outcomes: How will this action improve achievement for pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium?
What will it achieve if successful?
How will this activity be monitored, when and by whom?
How will success be evidenced?
Actual Impact:
What did the action or activity actually achieve? If you plan on doing this again, what would you change to improve it next time?
Provision of swimming lessons at Kentish Town Baths 3 terms funding for additional top-up swimming sessions at Kentish Town Baths.
£2396.10-pool hire and swimming instructors
£900-2 TA’s cover for 30 weeks/sessions
Total: £3296.10
Y4/Y5/Y6 top up swimming lessons-Continued Additional session for Y5/Y6 top up
Autumn Term
Total Children:
PP Children:
Spring Term
Total Children:
PP Children:
Summer Term
Total Children:
PP Children:
100% of children will make progress towards swimming 25M by the end of Y6, which is the National Target.
75% of top up children will reach 25M standard
Progress will be monitored:
Termly assessments carried out by instructors to measure progress towards the 25M target. This will be analysed and monitored by PE leader of learning.
Pupil voice will also be used to monitor pupil’s attitudes to swimming and the quality of provision.
Autumn Term actions/impact: 55 children swimming weekly in Year 4. Initial assessment showed 44/55 children could not swim at all (0M), and the remaining 11 children only up to 5M-10M. When re-assessed in December, 49/55 children made swimming progress over the term, with 9 already nearing the 25M standard.
Additionally 21 children in Y4/Y5/Y6 took part in additional swimming. 20/21 made progress over the term, with 9/21 now achieving 25M national standard, with 3 nearly there.
Spring Term actions/impact: 59 children swimming weekly in Year 4. Initial assessment showed 48/59 children could not swim at all (0M), and the remaining 11 children only up to 5M-10M. When re-assessed in March, 55/55 children made swimming progress since the start of the year, with 13 already achieving the 25M standard, and an additional 7 children nearing it.
Additionally 21 children in Y4/Y5/Y6 took part in additional swimming. 21/21 made progress over the term, with 8/21 now achieving 25M national standard, with 2 nearly there.
Summer Term actions/impact: 58 children swimming weekly in Year 4. Initial assessment showed 48/58 children could not swim at all (0M), and the remaining 10 children only up to 5M-10M.
IMPACT: When re-assessed in July, 58/58 children made swimming progress since the start of the year, with 20 achieving the 25M standard (36% of year group), and an additional 9 children nearing it.
Additionally 19 children in Y4/Y5/Y6 took part in additional swimming. 18/19 made progress over the term, with 11/19 now achieving 25M national standard-3 achieved this term, 8 students can now swim 50M. 2 students nearing 25M
Provision of cricket coaching for pupils through Capital Kids Cricket Coaching
Capital Kids Cricket
focus club
3 terms funding
£1350
Continued Activity A highly skilled ex-professional cricketer delivers high-quality cricket instruction to our KS2 children.
Autumn/Spring: Y5/Y6
Total Pupils: 90 pupils
PP Pupils: 61 pupils
Summer: Y4
Total Pupils: 88 pupils
PP Pupils: 61 pupils
Cricket Club-Main: Autumn/Spring/Summer
Total Pupils: 46 pupils
PP Pupils: 37 pupils
Cricket Club:-Lunch(SEN)
Spring-Summer 2016
Total Pupils: 18 pupils
PP Pupils: 15 pupils
Children will receive high quality PE instruction, and the opportunity to collaborate and work as a team.
The coach is also a positive male role model
Cricket will be monitored by the PE leader of learning.
Success will be evident in numbers of participation, and through pupil voice.
Autumn Term: Pupil Voice held December 2015
Cricket: All of the children who filled out questionnaires said they enjoyed the coaching sessions, and were improving their cricketing skills. There were mentions of more tournaments/competitions. In January Capital Kids Cricket will be holding a competition.
Spring term: Pupil Voice held March 2016
Cricket: All of the children who filled out questionnaires said they enjoyed the coaching sessions, and were improving their cricketing skills. Children attended a cricket tournament at Fleet school in January. Additionally, a lunchtime cricket club with an SEN focus began in January 2016-16 pupils.
Summer Term: Pupil Voice held March 2016
Cricket: All of the children who filled out questionnaires said they enjoyed the coaching sessions, and were improving their cricketing skills. Children attended a cricket tournament at Regents Park run by the CSSA in June. The lunchtime cricket club with an SEN focus continued in April 2016 with a new cohort of children, as well as the afterschool club.
Resources and Materials for OAA units £500 New Resources and Materials to allow a high standard of teaching to be carried out in Year 5/Year 6 Children will receive higher quality lessons in OAA to meet KS2 target as part of new national curriculum
The focus will be on children in Y5/Y6
Planning scrutiny and Lesson observations to monitor impact.
Feedback from coaches and children on impact of previous OAA training and unit resources
PE leader of learning to oversee
Autumn Term actions/impact: OAA boxes beginning to be set up for Summer Term. Resources ordered-including flags and clips, and photos of the playground taken and laminated. Units for Year 3+4 planned using QCA, LOL will plan unit for Y5/6 with coaches during Spring Term.
Spring Term actions/impact: OAA planning almost finalised and resources have been ordered. All units will begin at the start of Summer Term. Playground to be mapped for future use. Planning session held with PE coach to look at units and organise resources
Summer Term actions/impact: OAA planning was finalised and all units were taught in the summer term-1 lesson in Y5/6 was observed. Resources have been organised and units have been revised for the 2016-17 school year. School playground has not been mapped sufficiently, which is now planned for 12th September 2016.
Extended Provision:
Arsenal Double Club
Literacy based sporting programme
£700 Continued Covering the cost of Arsenal coach, training materials
Additionally includes grant of £1500 to be received from Arsenal Foundation to purchase IPAD’s to be used in sessions.
Autumn Term
Total Pupils: 21
PP Pupils: 16
Spring Term
Total Pupils: 21
PP Pupils: 17
Summer Term
Total Pupils: 23
PP Pupils: 17
Children will become motivated to work further on literacy skills while at the same time developing football skills. Using football as motivation.
Additional further IPAD’s for school use
Attendance will be monitored by AH and club supervisor for consistency.
Success will be evidenced by weekly attendance, pupil voice, and increased writing motivation.
Autumn Term: 21 children attended the club across the term. TA supporting literacy sessions and liaising with Arsenal coach. Have moved to used IPADs fully with children having their own log-ins. Pupil Voice feedback: Again, children were overwhelmingly positive about the club, and several mentioned it was making them more motivated to write (especially because it was about Arsenal).
Spring Term: action/impact: 23 children attended the club across the term. TA supporting literacy sessions and liaising with Arsenal coach. Pupil Voice feedback: Again, children were overwhelmingly positive about the club, and several mentioned it was making them more motivated to write (especially because it was about Arsenal). At the end of the year all children’s writing progress will be cross-reference to measure impact of club. Group will also have the chance to visit the Emirates stadium and take part in a football tournament in the Summer Term.
Summer Term: action/impact: 21 children attended the club across the term. TA supporting literacy sessions and liaising with Arsenal coach. Pupil Voice feedback: Again, children were overwhelmingly positive about the club and wanted to attend next year. IMPACT. Children attended a PSHE workshop at the Emirates Stadium in June and a Double Club led football tournament.
Sport Coach cover to allow attendance at CSSA inter-school competitions throughout the year £450 New Covering the cost of PPA cover to allow Carlton Sport Coaches to accompany children to inter-school competitions run by the CSSA (Camden School Sport Association)
Autumn Events: 5
Autumn Participants: 120
Total PP Participants: 96
Spring Events: 4
Spring Participants: 56
Total PP Participants: 43
Summer Events: 5
Summer Participants: 79
Total PP Participants: 66
Children will have the opportunity to compete against other schools.
Identified talented students (amongst others) given opportunities to showcase and improve their skills.
Register of attendees
Identification of children to take part in competitions
Preparation for competitions within curriculum based PE lessons and extended provision clubs
Led by sport coaches and PE leader of learning
Autumn Term actions/impact: Over 120 children in KS2 have had the opportunity to take part in a CSSA sporting competition against other Camden Schools (Netball, Football, Cross Country, Basketball and Benchball). Three of the competitions were linked to curriculum units, and three to extended provision afterschool clubs. Additionally an intra-school rugby league was held over playtimes in Autumn II.
Spring Term actions/impact: Over 56 children in KS2 have had the opportunity to take part in a CSSA sporting competition against other Camden Schools (Football, Dodgeball, Indoor Athletics and Cricket) Two of the competitions were linked to curriculum units, and two to extended provision afterschool clubs. Additionally, an intra-school hockey league was held over playtimes in Spring Term with over 80 participants. The school boys football team represented Camden in the London Games after finishing 3rd in the entire borough. Both PE coaches will go on Athletics training at the start of Summer Term.
Summer Term actions/impact: Over 79 children in KS2 have had the opportunity to take part in a CSSA sporting competition against other Camden Schools (Y4/5 football, Y5/6 football, outdoor athletics, rounders and cricket. All five of the competitions were linked to curriculum units, and three to extended provision afterschool clubs. IMPACT: Carlton finished 2nd in the Camden rounders competition and 4th in the Cricket competition. Additionally an intra-school football league was held over playtimes in Summer II. The Athletics training course was cancelled, but the lead Camden teacher modelled lessons as an alternative teaching/learning approach.
Total Gross Spend: £9000
Total PE Grant Funding: Appx: £9000

PE Funding Allocation 2016-17

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Core amount of PE Allocated Funding Number of Pupil Premium Children at Carlton Primary School 2016-17
(January 2016 Census)
X £5 per eligible pupil Total amount of funds for
PE and Sport Grant 2016-17
Appx: £9000 X £5 Final Amount:
£

 

PE and Sport Grant funding used for: Amount allocated to the action Is this a new or continued activity/ cost? Brief summary of the action: Including details of Year groups and pupils involved, and the timescale

Specific intended outcomes: How will this action improve achievement for pupils eligible for the Pupil Premium?

What will it achieve if successful?

How will this activity be monitored, when and by whom?

How will success be evidenced?

Actual Impact:
What did the action or activity actually achieve?
If you plan on doing this again, what would you change to improve it next time?
Provision of swimming lessons at Kentish Town Baths 3 terms funding for three swimming sessions at Kentish Town Baths.
£2396.10-pool hire and swimming instructors
£900-2 TA’s cover for 30 weeks/sessions
Total: £3296.10
Y4/Y5/Y6 top up swimming lessons-Continued Additional session for Y5/Y6 top up
Autumn Term

Total Children:
PP Children:
Spring Term
Total Children:
PP Children:
Summer Term
Total Children:
PP Children:
100% of children will make progress towards swimming 25M by the end of Y6, which is the National Target.
75% of top up children will reach 25M standard
Progress will be monitored:
Termly assessments carried out by instructors to measure progress towards the 25M target. This will be analysed and monitored by PE leader of learning.
Pupil voice will also be used to monitor pupil’s attitudes to swimming and the quality of provision.
Provision of cricket coaching for pupils through Capital Kids Cricket Coaching
Capital Kids Cricket
focus club
3 terms funding (including lunchtime and afterschool club)
Coaching and club cost: £1350
Continued Activity A highly skilled ex-professional cricketer delivers high-quality cricket instruction to our KS2 children.
Autumn Term
Total Children:
PP Children:
Spring Term
Total Children:
PP Children:
Summer Term
Total Children:
PP Children:
Children will receive high quality PE instruction, and the opportunity to collaborate and work as a team.
The coach is also a positive male role model
Cricket will be monitored by the PE leader of learning.
Success will be evident in numbers of participation, and through pupil voice.
Resources and Materials for updated curriculum units £750 New Resources and Materials to allow a high standard of teaching to be carried out in Year 5/Year 6 Children will receive higher quality lessons in PE to meet EYFS/KS1/ KS2 targets as part of new national curriculum.
These lessons will all be linked to the new curriculum
Planning scrutiny and Lesson observations to monitor impact.
Feedback from coaches and children on impact of resources on planning
PE leader of learning to oversee
Extended Provision: Arsenal Double Club
Literacy based sporting programme

£750 –annual cost of club/coaching
£675-cost of TA support for sessions
Total: £1425
Continued Covering the cost of Arsenal coach, training materials, visits and football tournaments
Autumn Term
Total Children:
PP Children:
Spring Term
Total Children:
PP Children:
Summer Term
Total Children:
PP Children:
Children will become motivated to work further on literacy skills while at the same time developing football skills. Using football as motivation.
Use of IPad technology learning resources
Attendance will be monitored by AH and club supervisor for consistency.
Success will be evidenced by weekly attendance, pupil voice, and increased writing motivation.
Sport Coach cover to allow attendance at CSSA inter-school competitions throughout the year £500 Continued Covering the cost of PPA cover to allow Carlton Sport Coaches to accompany children to inter-school competitions run by the CSSA (Camden School Sport Association)
Activities Attended
Children will have the opportunity to compete against other schools.
Identified talented students (amongst others) given opportunities to showcase and improve their skills.
Register of attendees
Identification of children to take part in competitions
Preparation for competitions within curriculum based PE lessons and extended provision clubs
Led by sport coaches and PE leader of learning.
Training costs for 2 members of EYFS staff to attend Swimming first-aid training course £300 New Covering the training and transport costs for 2 members of EYFS staff to gain Swimming First Aid qualification.
Autumn 2016 training dates
Children in Nursery and Reception will benefit from timetabled use of the school swimming pool across the week. At least one member of staff in Nursery and Reception will hold the appropriate swimming qualification to facilitate water confidence sessions.

Training to be arranged for staff

Timetables to be introduced which allow regular, consistent pool sessions to occur.

Extended Provision:
Specific Clubs for:
*Rugby-1 term
*Boxing-1 term
*KS1 Dance-1 term
£1000 New To offer 3 new clubs:
Target group Y1-Y6Each club to run for a term with coach funding provided. All are extended curriculum activities we have not run before.
Autumn Term
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PP Children:
Spring Term
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PP Children:
Summer Term
Total Children:
PP Children:
Children in KS1 will benefit from an additional club-targeting KS1 attendance
Both Rugby and Boxing coaching will teach collaborative skills and discipline, which will benefit children on top of sporting skills learnt.
Clubs will be monitored by the PE leader of learning and extended provision lead.
Success will be evident in numbers of participation, and through pupil voice.
Total Gross Spend: £9000
Total PE Grant Funding: Appx: £9000

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