In the 2018 to 2019 academic year, Kingham Primary School received £18,060 in PE and sport premium funding. Funds spent to date total £14010.
|Description||Impact and sustainability||Cost|
|Key Indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school.|
|Improve provision at break and lunchtime to ensure pupils have opportunities to be active.|
|Train sports leaders to run games and activities at break and lunchtimes.
Train lunchtime supervisors to run games and activities at lunchtimes.
Year 6 trained as Sport’s Leaders. Train current year 5 pupils. Ongoing each year.
New equipment to be purchased for break and lunchtime active play.
|Purchase metal storage for PE equipment.||Storage purchased and in use for storage and protection of sports equipment -split into summer and winter equipment||£797|
|Provide further training and opportunities for pupils to be active during the school day.|
|Continue Daily Mile initiative.||All pupils participated in Daily Mile initiative Autumn term 2018. Improvements in performance recorded. Continue each year with Daily Mile in Autumn 1 and Summer terms 5 and 6.||£0|
|Re-Introduce Wake up, Shake up. Purchase book and CD.||Wake up, Shake up introduced Spring 2018. Year 6’s trained as leaders. Each key stage completes two each week. Continue with Wake up, shake up initiative in Autumn term 2 and Spring terms 3 and 4 each year.||£0|
|Target pupils who do not participate in physical education and sports activities out of school or take part in sport extra-curricular clubs.|
|Extra-curricular club planned for summer term. Multi-skills targeted pupils only.||Pupils sent invites for extra-curricular club.||£0|
|Provide a range of extra-curricular sports clubs.|
|Continue to research a variety of providers||Following clubs have been offered 2018-2019: golf, archery, hockey, rounders, tennis, street dance, gymnastics||£0|
|Improve outdoor play area for poor weather conditions|
|Install play lawn and path.||Increasing play area for poor weather conditions. Children using play equipment every day during mid-morning break and lunch break to be physically active.||£4,500|
|Key Indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.|
|Update equipment and resources to ensure they are fit for purpose and allow for high quality PE and sports lessons and extra-curricular clubs.|
|Purchase new sports equipment and resources.||A variety of new sports and PE equipment purchased.||£4537|
|Provide additional swimming provision targeted to pupils not able to meet the swimming requirements of the national curriculum so that at least 85% pupils are able to swim 25m before the end of primary school.|
|Provide booster classes for target pupils, including coach hire and swimming pool hire.||90% pupils in year 6 are able to swim at least 25m.||£1092|
|Key Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.|
|Improve staff knowledge of games and PE lessons and skills, including teaching assistants.|
|Nursery and Reception staff trained in Teddy tennis.||Teddy Tennis coach taught lessons. All staff participated and gained valuable skills in the game. Reception staff are able to complete tennis lessons as part of the curriculum in early years. This can be passed on to other staff.||£200|
|PE lead to regularly attend partnership meetings||PE lead attended partnership meetings and disseminates information to all teaching staff||cover costs – part of figure below|
|PE lead to attend PE conference||Supply cover for teaching and support staff attending events, PE conference and cover for training. Dissemination of information from training to all teachers.||£721|
|Purchase iPEp scheme of work and assessment system.||iPEp purchased for three years. HT and PE lead – webinar training. Staff to have training to use.||£1,050|
|Key Indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.|
|Improve the range of sports offered to pupils within the curriculum and as part of extra-curricular clubs.|
Purchase equipment for inclusive sports and complete events and competitions
Team attended Boccia competition.
|transport costs – see below|
|Key Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport.|
|Improve the number of teams sent to Chipping Norton Partnership Schools events and competitions, particularly B teams.|
|Chipping Norton Partnership of Schools charges, transport to competition events, teaching assistant pay for attending events after school.||School has taken part in hockey, football, rugby, netball, swimming and tennis competitions and dance, ball skills and schoolympics festivals. School won boys and girls hockey, girls football tournaments, and won swimming overall. School won the girls football tournament, won swimming overall and broke previously standing records for breaststroke and float relay, won boys and girls hockey tournaments. Continuing use of CNPS for inter-school competitions.||£3075|
|Attendance and participation at West Oxfordshire events.||Participated in gymnastics competition and tennis.||Coach costs – see below|
|Gain Gold School Games Mark July 2019.||Cost of application.||£58|
|Transport to partnership events and competitions||School has taken part in hockey, football, rugby, netball, swimming and tennis competitions and dance, ball skills and schoolympics festivals.||£1385|
|Swimming and water safety|
|Provision of additional swimming activity beyond the national curriculum requirements.||90% of the children in Year 6 can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres. 90% can use a range of swimming strokes effectively. 90% can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.|