School Sports Premium
School Sports Premium 2018 - 2019
Mowlem Sports Day 2017
Following the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Government has provided funding for schools to secure a significant and lasting legacy for the children. The aim is to develop an enjoyment of sport and physical activity, and to promote a healthy lifestyle in pupils from an early age.
The funding is calculated by the number of primary aged pupils between the ages of 5 and 11 years. All schools with 17 or more primary-aged pupils received a lump sum of £8000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil. Mowlem has received £8,850 for this academic year.
This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.
Aims for our School Sports Premium:
- For all pupils to enjoy and benefit from high quality PE opportunities regardless of sporting ability.
- Ensure that pupils have clear understanding of the positive impact of sports on their social, moral and physical health.
- To continue to improve attitudes to PE and Sport within the school, encouraging and enabling pupils to take part in physical activity through school sports clubs (within and outside the school day), playtimes and wider opportunities outside the school setting.
- For staff to have access to training opportunities and continued professional development and sustainability for high quality Physical Education and school sport for years to come.
- Develop the confidence and subject knowledge of all staff so they can inspire and confidently coach pupils in the acquisition of a range of skills across a multitude of sports.
- To make use of collaborative and partnership working.
- Ensure pupils are aware and understand the importance of healthy eating and how this directly links with participating in sport.
- To ensure more able and talented pupils are given the opportunity to compete in tournaments and competitive sport against other schools.
How do we plan to spend the money?
At Mowlem we will be using the additional funding to improve our provision of PE and sport in a variety of ways. We have further developed our action plan to ensure we have clear vision for improvement that builds on the work from the previous three years of funding.
Details of how we have spent funding in the previous three years, the impact this has had and our plans for building on these improvements in 2016-2017 can be found in the links below.
Action Plan 2018-2019
During 2018-2019 we will build upon our successes from previous years and will continue to focus on extending the range of sports available to pupils throughout the school day to increase participation in physical activity and on further developing teachers’ competency and skills in delivering high quality P.E lessons
- To continue to raise the profile of PE and sport across the school.
- To further increase the range of out of school hours clubs.
- For all pupils to receive 2 hours of PE per week in each key stage along with a variety of additional opportunities:
- Years 4 & 5: weekly swimming lesson and 1 hour with class teacher.
- Years 1, 2, 3 & 6: two hour long sessions per week.
- Specialist external coaches to provide blocks of specialist teaching and support for teachers to increase teacher subject knowledge and confidence, raising the quality of teaching across the school.
- Early Years Foundation Stage pupils to have focused sporting sessions to build on their physical literacy.
- Encourage and enable a larger proportion of pupils to attend extra-curricular opportunities within and beyond the school day.
- To review the healthy eating plan to increase healthy eating and tackle obesity levels.
- To further increase physical activity at playtime by further developing coached sporting sessions at lunchtimes for Key Stages 1 and 2.
- To increase levels of inclusion through appropriate differentiation.
- To increase participation in borough-wide competitions.
Click HERE to see our action plan for 2017-2018
Click HERE to see our action plan for 2016-2017
Click HERE to see our action plan and impact summary for 2015-2016
Click HERE to see our action plan and impact summary for 2014-2015
Click HERE to see our action plan and impact summary for 2013-2014
Targeted use of School Sport funding in 2017-18 has resulted in:
- Increased access to professional development resulting in the quality of teaching judged to be consistently good or better across the school.
- Continued participation in the Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation.
- Use of expert advice from Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation to evaluate the school’s strengths and weaknesses in PE and Sport, and implement plans for improvement.
- Further increased involvement in physical activity out of school hours. Attendance at clubs has increased with an average of 20 pupils per club, all clubs oversubscribed and very good weekly attendance rates.
- Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation coaches’ delivery of alternative sports to pupils across the school.
- Premier Sports delivering targeted lunchtime and after school clubs
- Increased after school sports clubs for children in Years 1 and 2
- Increased physical activity at lunchtimes and playtimes, including coached sessions
- Identification of pupils who are gifted and talented in sport and access to expert, intensive coaching and support.
- Sports Leaders trained and plans in place for them to work alongside named member of staff to deliver sports activities at playtimes and lunchtimes.
- Increased competitive sports between Houses as a result of the work of House Captains.
Click HERE to see further information about the range of clubs and uptake during 2017-2018.