Springvale Primary School Sport Premium 2016-17
Our Vision for Springvale Primary School
At Springvale Primary School we strive for all our pupils to leave us with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
Springvale Primary School Sport Premium Objective
To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of our PE and sport at Springvale Primary School. In achieving our vision we work in partnership with Team Activ, a company that inspires active lives.
Funding for schools will be calculated by the number of primary aged pupils (between the ages of 5 and 11) as at the annual census in January 2015. All schools with 17 or more primary aged pupils will receive a lump sum of £8,000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil. Smaller schools will receive £500 per pupil.
Total no of primary aged pupils between the ages of 5-11 174 Total amount of Sport Premium Grant received £8870
What does the Sport Premium mean for my School?
Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this’ (DfE June 2013). At Springvale Primary School we have split up the funding by the three key areas for consideration; Physical Education, Healthy Active Lifestyles and Competitive Sport.
Total Funding Allocated 2016-17 = £8,870
PESS Outcome Actions to Achieve Planned Funding Actual Funding Evidence & Actual Impact Competitive School Sport 1) Entry to Team Activ Competition Programme for Academic Year 1) £2,088 1) £ 1) TBA Physical Education 1) Specialist One to One Teacher Support provided by Team Activ for Academic Year increasing staff skills and confidence
2) Specialist Dance support
3) Specialist Fencing Support
3) Specialist Cricket Support
Healthy Active Lifestyles 1) Weekly School Activity Clubs provided by Team Activ engaging different pupils throughout the year 1) £3,060 1) £ TBA TOTAL £9,228 £
Raising standards of all our pupils in Physical education
- To increase teaching staffs’ subject knowledge and confidence in PE
- Staff delivering high quality PE lessons
- All of staff to observe and complete a course of PE delivery by a professional
- Staff to deliver a full range of sports through the curriculum
- Staff meeting cpd focus (fundamentals)
One-to-One Teacher Support at Springvale Primary School
Half Term 2
Year 1 Multi Skills
Year 3 Multi Skills
Half Term 3
Year 2 Multi Skills
Year 4 Tennis and Racket Games
Gifted and Talented Tennis Year 2-6
Healthy Active Lifestyles
Ensuring all our pupils have access to regular exercise
- To increase activity levels at breaks and lunchtimes.
- Lunchtime supervisors to encourage active games
- Playtime equipment to be reviewed and replaced to encourage a range of activities
- Enrol playground leaders to support
- To increase awareness of a healthy active lifestyle
- Develop termly school sports events
Healthy Active Lifestyles at Springvale Primary School
Key Stage 2 Running Club
Key Stage 1 Multi Skills
Key Stage 2 Team Games
Year 5/6 Football Preperation
- SPORT RELIEF – Every 2 years Springvale raises money for sport relief by holding our very own Fun Run. The whole family is encouraged to join us on our jog (or walk) along the Trans-Pennine Trail from Oxspring to school, enjoying well deserved refreshments at the end.
- BEFORE SCHOOL CLUB – Once a week, Springvale children can attend Bruce Dyer’s Football Club before school. Not only does this improve your football skills, but also your life skills and self-esteem. After school KS1 children can join our multi-skills club to improve.
- SPORTS AWARDS – At the end of each half term, 2 children from each class are recognised for their achievement in P.E. One award is chosen by the children and one by the adult who has worked with them during P.E. We celebrate achievement, improvement, attitude, effort and perseverance.
- BIKEABILITY – This is another opportunity for our year 5 children to learn another life skill. The children are taken out on their bikes every day for a week, and taught by professional instructors. By the end of the week, the children have learnt a set of principles for better and safer cycling, ensuring they are comfortable, confident and safe on the roads. The smiles on their faces shows how much they have enjoyed the experience.
Competitive School Sport
Increasing pupils’ participation in extra- curricular sport
- To increase the amount of competitive sport opportunities for pupils by subscribing to Team Activ.
- Take part in Team Activ events and increase our teams’ success at these events. More children take part in sporting events.
- Pay for transport to and from Team Activ events.
- All children are able to participate.
Competitive Sport at Springvale Primary School
- Year 3-4 Multi Skills at Penistone Grammar – 2nd Position (Springvale Superstars)
- Year 1-2 Multi Skills at Penistone Grammar
Key Stage 2 Individual Cross Country Finals at Cannon Hall
- Year 4 Boys – Charlie Illingworth (7th)
- Year 5 Girls – Emily Faunt (6th)
- Year 6 Girls – Meg Stead (5th)
- Year 6 Boys – Keegan Parsons (9th)
Key Stage 2 Cross Country Team Finals at Cannon Hall
- Year 3/4 Girls – 2nd Place
- Year 3/4 Boys – 4th Place
- Year 5/6 Girls – 4th Place
- Year 5/6 Boys – 2nd Place
Key Stage 2 Cross Country Penistone Showground
- Year 3 – Noah Town (3rd place)
- Year 4 – Girls Team (1st), Boys Team (3rd), Violet Bettison (3rd), Leah Boot (5th), Leah Finch (6th), Charlie Illingsworth (6th)
- Year 5 – Girls Team (1st), Boys Team (5th), Lucinda Dyson (4th), Isobell Perry (6th), Emily Flaunt (7th), Robert Hall (7th)
- Year 6 – Girls Team (2nd), Boys Team (4th), Meg Stead (4th), Keegan Parsons (10th)
- Year 5/6 Girls Football Finals at Barnsley College
- Year 5/6 Girls Football Qualification @ Penistone Grammar – 1st Place
- Year 5/6 Boys Football Qualification at Penistone Grammar
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Here at Springvale Primary, pupils in Year 5 attend swimming lessons from February Half Term until Spring Bank. The pupils look forward to this each week and are all working towards swimming 25 metres or beyond.
When they have completed their course we will be able to add all their names to our list of Key Stage 2 pupils that have previously passed the course.
Our year 5 children love the opportunity to attend swimming lessons with school. They all attend a swimming lesson once a week with fully qualified instructors at Hoyland Swimming Pool, over 12 weeks. This provides all the children with the opportunity to learn a valuable life skill and have some fun along the way, boosting water confidence and self-esteem.
School Swimming – Learn To Swim Safety Guide
Sports Day at Springvale Primary
This event is not to be missed. Most children would tell you that their favourite day of the year is Sports Day. Each year, as the event approaches, all children work hard during P.E. to improve their personal skills in running and field athletic events. The aim is to perform their personal best on Sports Day and in doing so may win a sort after place on our podium to receive a medal.
Team work is also a huge part of the day, with all children earning house points for their results and participating in our team event – the random relay. This encourages mixed age groups to run together successfully and enjoy being part of a team. We carefully time the sprint races each year and have record holders for each year group in school (The fastest child ever at Springvale is currently Joseph Allen).
Sports Awards at Springvale Primary
Residential Opportunities at Springvale Primary