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Pupil Premium - Sport

Sports Premium funding at Pennington Infants 2016-2017

Income £8,423.00

Spent £5,997.84

What we have spent it on….

  • New Forest Sports membership £1,100.00 which includes…

    Entry into School Sports competitions through the New Forest Games.

  • Swimming £2,375.00

  • Sports kits £276.99

  • Kidz Super Sport coaching for children and TA s £1,430

  • Gazebos £360

  • Dance cds £16.63

  • Tennis racquets £67.92

  • Outside play equipment £19.54

  • Small foam balls £ 21.23

  • Basket ball hoops £ 84.98

  • Tennis Balls £18.69

  • Jumping sacks £47.75

  • Large Balls £12.47

  • Small flight balls £ 14.97

  • Ball Pump £7.19

  • Hoops £19.99

  • Football goals £ 14.49

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Impact

£1,100 was spent on the New Forest Primary Schools Sports Membership. As part of this membership, The New Forest School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire young people across the New Forest to take part in more competitive school sport. Staff are able to access training. This year, children at Pennington Infants took part in competitions such as Boys Football, Girls Football, Cross country and Hockey tournaments which involved travelling on a mini bus to other schools in the area.

With the new kit purchased it has allowed the children to take a real pride in belonging to Pennington Infants, they have looked smart and it has got us noticed amongst other schools.

PE Lessons have become more structured through the continued Real PE programme adopted in Early years and KS1. With a variety of more resources it has broadened the children s experiences such as the introduction to basket ball, and table tennis. New goals has made a great impact in the after school football club and it has enabled us to allow children to develop their football skills at playtimes.

With updated tennis equipment it has helped us to run an after schools tennis club in the Summer Term which was hugely popular with a range of children often some of our more vulnerable groups.

Through the employment of a qualified sports coach we have been able to offer a range of multiskills. This resource has helped our ‘caterpillar’ group (a vulnerable group) develop enthusiasm and co-operation . In addition it has shown our TA s a range of simple activities that they can use with children in class or playtimes. The Early years TA s have taken on some of these activities especially the throwing games and used through our Physical development sessions in Rainbow time.

Swimming has provided our children with essential life skills and it has helped to boost self esteem in some of our lower achieving / Pupil Premium children.

Actions for the future…

Further REAL PE training for whole school?

Display of outside school achievements

Continued tournaments

Monitor lunchtime sport – develop lunchtime sports clubs – a separate fenced area?

 

£2,425.16 carried forward for the year 2017-2018

Sports Premium funding at Pennington Infants 2014-2015

Income  £6,185-00

Spent  £5,172-41

What we have spent it on….

  • New Forest Sports membership £900

  • Specific coaching: ‘Real PE’ 3 day course for PE leader.

  • Swimming£2,374

  • PE shed/base and shelves,

    Equipment service and repairs

    Tennis equipment, footballs and bibs   £2,911

Impact

£900 has been spent on the New Forest Primary Schools Sports Membership. As part of this membership, The New Forest School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire young people across the New Forest to take part in more competitive school sport. Staff are able to access training locally and there are also opportunities for children to take part in a wide range of locally organised competitions. This year, children at Pennington Infants  have taken part in competitions such as  Football.

The Real Pe training has led to the Co-ordinator becoming more confident in teaching PE, the children are developing -confidence and invaluable teamwork, coordination and spatial awareness skills through the real PE approach.

Lessons have become more structured and a big emphasis on physical development in the early years increased our movement and handling data from 62% (age related expectation) on entry to 84% . Some of the resources and ideas have been shared with KS1 sports LSA and have been used in year1/2 lessons.

Equipment is suitably stored and easily accessed.  Previously equipment was at the back of the hall not in easy reach. The shed has increased the opportunities for the children and helped with increased lunchtime play activities.

New rackets, net and tennis balls enabled us to develop our tennis skills and staff confidence in school.

With the purchase of footballs and bibs we started a football club after school which proved to be popular with a range of different children, including our most vulnerable. This led to the school participating in a New Forest football tournament.

Actions for the future…

Further REAL PE training for KS1

Continued tournaments

Monitor lunchtime sport – develop lunchtime sports clubs

To increase confidence and develop gross motor skills in early years (due to poor writers)

Target girls sport

Rugby and badminton resources

 

 

 

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