2013/2014

The government has provided our school with £8870 of additional funding for the academic year 2013 - 2014 to improve the provision of Physical Education (PE) and sport. This funding has been provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in our school.

2013 – 2014 academic year

Our allocation for Sport Premium is £8870

This expenditure will focus upon the implementation of;

  • The employment of a specialist PE teacher
  • Delivery of high quality PE lessons
  • Membership to the Newquay Sports Partnership which will allow us to participate in festivals, tournaments, inter school competitions and the Cornwall School Games
  • Membership to the Youth Sports Trust
  • Professional Development for staff
  • The implementation of a system to track the progress of groups of pupils and identify pupils in need of targeted intervention and more able provision
  • Purchasing of resources

Pupil progress and age related expectation

Pupil assessments will be completed twice annually; initial assessments will take place in September and end of year assessments will take place in June.

Our November 2013 initial assessments indicate that the number of children already achieving or surpassing age related expectation at the beginning of the school year is 8%.

Our target for the end of the 2013-2014 academic year is that 83% of all groups of children will be achieving or surpassing age related expectation.

Our June 2014 assessments indicate that the number of children achieving or surpassing age related expectation at the end of the school year is 84%.

42% of children are surpassing age related expectation in at least one of the key skills (8/9 key skills in total)

Our target for the end of the 2014-2015 academic year is that 90% of all groups of children will be achieving or surpassing age related expectation.

Pupil participation in physical education and sporting activity

The school is committed to supporting every child to be physically active. All pupils participate in high quality, timetabled physical education.

We have introduced activity diaries which encourage pupils to be active outside of timetabled physical education. Children are awarded certificates depending on the amount of time they spend participating in physical activity outside of school. This can include attendance at after school clubs. Children receive gold certificates if they participate in 6 hours of physical activity per week, silver certificates if they participate in 4 hours of physical activity per week and bronze certificates if they participate in 2 hours of physical activity per week.

The table below indicates the percentages of pupils achieving gold, silver and bronze certificates during the Spring term:

Term

Number of pupils participating

Percentage of gold

Percentage of silver

Percentage of bronze

Spring 1

177

49%

22%

17%

Spring 2

177

60%

12%

3%

Staff have identified target groups of pupils that are deemed less active and physical activity sessions will be organised during the Summer term to encourage positive attitudes towards healthy and active lifestyles.

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