In the 2019 to 2020 academic year, Kingham Primary School received £17,810 in PE and sport premium funding. Funds spent to date total £13,967.
|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.
|Increase play equipment resources to encourage active play||Resources purchased which provide varied outdoor play space to encourage active play||See below|
|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|
|Target pupils who do not participate in physical education and sports activities out of school or take part in sport extra-curricular clubs.|
|Staff identify pupils who do not participate in sports activities out of school||Target pupils encouraged to join in activities set by Sport’s leaders||£0|
|Provide a range of extra-curricular sports clubs.|
|Continue to research a variety of providers||Following clubs have been offered 2019-2020: archery, hockey, street dance, gymnastics, football||£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.||£3,252|
|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.||£2000|
|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.||100% pupils in year 6 are able to swim at least 25m.||£2,965|
|Key Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.|
|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.||cover costs – part of figure below|
|Staff attend training and partnership events||Supply costs to attend partnership events and festivals||£1,000|
|Subscriptions||Provide up to date platforms and resources||£375|
|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
Lunchtime football club provided to encourage pupils who do not attend after-school clubs to participate in sport.
|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 competitions and dance, ball skills and schoolympics festivals.
Continuing use of CNPS for inter-school competitions.
|Attendance and participation at West Oxfordshire events.||Participated in gymnastics competition and tennis.||Coach costs – see below|
|Gain Gold School Games Mark July.||Gold award achieved July 2019 – on hold for July 2020 – received participation award only due to coronavirus||£0|
|Transport to partnership events, festivals and competitions||School has taken part in hockey, football, rugby, netball, swimming and tennis competitions and dance, ball skills and schoolympics festivals.||£1300|
|Swimming and water safety|
|Provision of additional swimming activity beyond the national curriculum requirements.||100% 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. 100% can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.||See above|