Alton School

Our Key Data

PE PREMIUM

Primary Sports Funding 2019 – 20

At The Alton School we use the PE funding to improve PE provision and raise achievement for all pupils in sport. The funding for 2019-20 is £17,560

The funding for 2019-20 will:

  • Increase participation in sport through the provision of qualified coached during lunchtime and after school.
  • provide quality coaches for teaching PE lessons across the school.
  • Provide support for children to attend local competitions and events with other schools through membership of the local sports partnership.
  • purchase additional PE and lunchtime play equipment.
  • Support to encourage Year 5 children to attend a week away at an activity centre.
  • Provision of a new early year PE Curriculum
  • Additional swimming and PE support for Resource Base children

In addition the school is lucky enough to work with Rackets Cubed who provide specialist tennis coaching for children at the Roehampton Club as well as specialist rugby tuition..

Key Indicator 1  The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity

Funding is used to provide additional sports coaching during lunchtime and after school.

Learning support assistants are trained to engage in physical activities with children during breaktimes, teaching and playing physical games to keep the children active.

Children regularly attend trips to local parks and London attractions.

Provision of lunchtime activities encourages less active pupils to engage in physical activity and develop their skills, increasing their sporting participation

Key indicator 2: The profile of PESSPA being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

  • Provision of specialist sports coaches for swimming, rugby, tennis and other sports raises the profile of sport within the school ensuring that pupils are given access to a wide range of skills and activities, developing teamwork, life skills and communication.

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

  • During the 2019/2020 year funding has been used to develop a new curriculum for early years, encouraging young children to develop physical skills early which they can then continue throughout their life.
  • Staff are equipped with the knowledge of how to support children in playground activities to enable constructive and positive playground experiences and activities.

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

  • Children at the Alton are able to participate in a wide range of sports following a 3 year cycle in addition to the specialist sports coaching they receive in tennis and rugby.
  • Children concentrate on a different sport each half term, developing skills in different areas and enabling them to sample a wide range of sports to see which ones they may like to develop further.
  • Year 5 are encouraged to attend a week long activity centre holiday and PE premium is used to help fund this.

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

  • The school participates in competitions with other local schools, using sports funding to pay for membership and for travel to other schools,
  • The children work on a particular sport each half term and the school holds its own inter school competition in this sport at the end of each half term.  This increases the children’s knowledge of different sports. Raises the profile of sport across the school and encourages children to seek out opportunities to compete in sport outside of the school.
  • Certificates and prizes are given to the winning teams.
  • The school runs a sports day once a year which is enjoyed by pupils and well attended by their families

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety.

Due to Covid 19, we were unable to complete the swimming programme for the 2019-2020 year and year 6 students were not tested as expected at the end of the summer term.

We are currently focussing on improving swimming ability for children with fewer swimming skills, aiming to give them the best chance of achieving national objectives by the end of the year.

We are lucky enough to be able to use Ibstock Place Swimming Pool for which we are very grateful and children need only walk across the road to attend swimming lessons.  The short distance to the pool enables them to maximise their time there.

Unfortunately, the pool was shut at the end of last March for Covid and will not reopen until at least September 2021.

Children in our resource base receive additional swimming over and above the national minimum and some of the PE sports premium funding is used towards this

 

The Alton Primary School will receive £17,580 for 2018-2019.

We are using our Sport Premium to improve the quality of PE and Sport provision in the following ways:

- Developing and expanding our 'Sports for All' outdoor games programme by purchasing new equipment.
- Staff training on new sports introduced into our curriculum.
- Providing lunch time school sports activities
- Support for activity based visits and trips
- Additional staff to suport PE in the resource base
- Running inter school sports events and excursions to other schools and sporting events.
- Support for Year 5 Pupils to attend a PGL Residential Trip 

 

The Alton Primary School received £17,630 for 2017-2018.

We are using our Sport Premium to improve the quality of PE and Sport provision in the following ways:

- Developing and expanding our 'Sports for All' outdoor games programme by purchasing new equipment.
- Staff training on new sports introduced into our curriculum.
- Maintaining and improving ICT equipment to allow students to self reflect.
- Providing After School Sports Clubs
- A Dedicated PE Teacher
- Running inter school sports events and excursions to other schools and sporting events.

The Alton Primary School received £8,895 for 2016-2017.

We used our Sport Premium to improve the quality of PE and Sport provision in the following ways:

- Employment of a qualified dance instructor to support the teaching of creative dance in order to raise standards in dance.
- Developing and expanding our 'Sports for All' outdoor games programme by purchasing new equipment.
- Staff training on new sports introduced into our curriculum.
- Maintaining and improving ICT equipment to allow students to self reflect.
- Subsiding after school sports clubs to encourage children’s participation in sport

The Alton Primary School received £8,295 for 2014-2015.

We used our Sport Premium to improve the quality of PE and Sport provision in the following ways:

- Employment of a qualified dance instructor to support the teaching of creative dance in order to raise standards in dance.
- Developing and expanding our 'Sports for All' outdoor games programme by purchasing new equipment.
- Staff training on new sports introduced into our curriculum.
- Maintaining and improving ICT equipment to allow students to self reflect.

The Alton Primary School received £5,364 for 2013-2014.

We used our Sport Premium to improve the quality of PE and Sport provision in the following ways:

- Employed a qualified gymnastics instructor to support the teaching of gymnastics in order to raise standards in gymnastics.
- Purchased equipment to continue our successful ‘Sports for All’ outdoor games programme.
- Staff training on the teaching of folk and English country dances to improve the range of dances being taught.
- Purchased ICT equipment to give students opportunities to evaluate their skills and performance, helping them to improve next time.