Sports Premium

The government has announced that it is to continue with Sports Premium funding for the foreseeable future.  We are therefore delighted to be able to use the approximate £19520 sport premium funding to support the development of P.E. and school sport in 2020-21

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P.E. and school sport continue to play a very important part in the life of Deansfield Primary School. We believe that P.E. and school sport contribute to the holistic development of our children and through participation, our children build and learn more about our key values such as respect, unity, co-operation and kindness for themselves and others.
 

COVID restrictions have affected our provision of some sport and PE activities but our overall aim is to continue to raise the profile and standards in P.E. and school sport increasing the participation and opportunities offered to our children. We aim to provide higher quality lessons and improved learning for all within the guidelines.

Evidencing the Impact of the Sports Premium at Deansfield

Factors to be assessed 2020-21:

  1. In line with the Covid 19 restrictions review cricket and tennis coaching during curriculum time for teachers who have changed year group Years 3,4,5,6 to include competition
    Funding: To be confirmed
    Impact: Teachers and children are confident in the teaching and learning of tennis/cricket.
    Sustainability: Teachers to transfer their knowledge across all areas of PE.
    Target groups: KS1/ KS2.
     
  2. In line with the Covid 19 restrictions re-establish club and community links with Greenwich Tennis Academy, Charlton Football Club, Dance Academy and Greenwich Cricket Club
    Sources of evidence: Complete individual surveys of children who attend clubs.
    Impact: More children engage in local clubs.
    Sustainability: Children are more confident and competent playing tennis/cricket.
    Gifted and talented tennis course offered to Year 3 and 4 children in the Summer term.
    Target groups: Years 5/6 and 3/4.
     
  3. In line with the Covid 19 restrictions provide quality assured professional development opportunities for teachers enabling quality teaching and learning for all children
    Sources of evidence: Greenwich Schools Partnership
    Funding: £950.00
    Impact: Children have opportunities to engage in different sports and competitions. Gymnastic CPD training for all staff.
    Sustainability:  Attend cluster competitions, Sportathon, Clip and climb.
    Target groups: Year 3. All staff. TA.
     
  4. In line with the Covid 19 restrictions provide quality assured professional development opportunities for teachers enabling quality teaching and learning for all children
    Sources of evidence: Replacement of Gymnastics equipment in Glenesk Building. Provision of outside gym equipment and flooring in 2 sites.
    Funding:  Approximately £1000 and £10,000 respectively
    Impact: Children have opportunities to develop gymnastics skills on new equipment designed for their age. Gymnastic CPD training for all staff. Children have supervised outside access to gym equipment.
    Sustainability: Children to be more confident and independent in their learning.
    Target groups: KS2. All staff.
  5. In line with the Covid 19 restrictions provide quality assured professional development opportunities for teachers enabling quality teaching and learning for all children
    Sources of evidence: Provision of outside gym equipment and flooring in 2 sites.
    Funding:  Estimated £10,000
    Impact: Children have supervised outside access to gym equipment.
    Sustainability: Children have increased levels of fitness and mental health and well being
    Target groups: KS1 and KS2
     
  6. In line with the Covid 19 restrictions continue commitment to daily activity for all children
    Sources of evidence: Five a day
    Funding: £240.00
    Impact: To increase and continue children’s daily activity.
    Sustainability: Children to be more active.
    Target groups: Whole school.
     
  7. In line with the Covid 19 restrictions continue the regular running programme – Drop Everything And Run
    Sources of evidence: Specialist Equipment
    Funding: £84
    Impact: To encourage children and adults to be more active during the day.
    Sustainability: When playground flooring is repaired, children and staff to regularly use special playground markings depicting route.
    Purchase one pedometer per class to encourage children’s assessment of fitness.
    Target groups: Whole school.
     
  8. When Covid 19 restrictions lift improve opportunities for swimming to year 3 in addition to our present provision for Year 4
    Sources of evidence: Survey of children’s achievement in swimming in Years 5 and 6.
    Funding: £6000.00 towards costs of swimming / transport.
    Impact: More children engage in swimming.
    Sustainability: Percentage of children who can swim 25 m increases by the end of KS2.
    Target groups: Year 3
     
  9. When Covid 19 restrictions lift provide Gifted and talented swimming after school provision in the spring and summer term
    Sources of evidence: Survey of children who attend club swimming.
    Funding: Use of Partnership minibus to transport children. Half hour TA support, weekly.
    Impact: Establish a confident swimming team to enter gala.
    Sustainability: Increased participation and success at gala competition.
    Target groups: Years 5 and 6.
     
  10. When Covid 19 restrictions lift initiate intra and  inter- school competition
    Sources of evidence: Develop Compass Sports Day. Festival of Cricket – Mixed and girls team. Zumba coaching – Sports day
    Funding: £100.00. Public transport. 3 days TA support. £50.00 – specialist coach.
    Impact: School team to engage in competition.
    Sustainability: Success at Sports Day.
    Target groups: Years 3/4/5
     
  11. When Covid 19 restrictions lift continue to offer a wide range and number of school activities to pupils across the school.
    Sources of evidence: Extra-curricular activities register. Discussion with School Council about playtime provision. Additional equipment for year group bubbles. Order Hi5 equipment for after school club. Order football equipment for after school club
    Funding: Playtime equipment £500. Hi 5 equipment £194. Football equipment £200.
    Impact: More children engage in local clubs. More children are active at playtimes.
    Target groups:
    Charlton Football club will take place after school for years 1, 2 and 3.
    Dance Academy will provide lunchtime dance session for both KS1 and KS2.
    Charlton club will be offered at lunchtime for KS1 and KS2.
    Crown Woods dance club will be offered after school for KS2 children.
    Change 4 Life club for vulnerable children.
    KS1 playground boxes of equipment.
    Introduce after school Hi 5 netball club.
    Introduce after school football club.