Glasshoughton Infant Academy
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Sports Premium Funding 2021/22
Glasshoughton Infant Academy contributes to PE (Physical Education) in a vast range of ways. At Glasshoughton Infant Academy, we recognise the contribution of PE to the physical health, mental health and well-being of the children especially in response to Covid-19 and school closures. We know that children will have faced different experiences during closure including lack of movement competence, anxiety, bereavement, social isolation, lack of confidence and lack of activity. Physical education is paramount in helping children continue to reintegrate back into school life and improving their overall health and well-being. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children.
Our Primary School Sport’s Funding will enable us to continue and extend our provision through deploying expert infant staff to deliver high quality physical education sessions and training our staff to deliver in-house quality PE sessions. At Glasshoughton Infant Academy we are committed to ensure that all pupils receive a minimum of 2 hours of PE per week, delivered by expert and enthusiastic teachers. We ensure our staffs PE subject knowledge is accurate and strong so that all children are supported through clear differentiation at all levels.
We run a Sports and Healthy Eating Week every year which includes taking part in competitive races and learning how and why we must keep our selves fit and healthy. This is linked to our Science and PSHCE curriculum to ensure children are seeing the importance of keeping fit and healthy both on their body and mind, not just because they enjoy PE. Every year children take part in a sponsored walk around the school grounds to raise money towards school funds.
What is the Sports Premium?
The Sports Premium funding is jointly provided by the Department for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and is given directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The Sports Premium funding total for Glasshoughton Infant Academy is £17,190.00
Outlined below is how the Sports Premium is used at Glasshoughton Infant Academy:
The table below outlines what we are going to spend the Sports premium funding with the anticipated outcome and expenditure.
|Professional development||Action||Anticipated Outcome and impact||Expenditure|
|To continue to release effective teachers to further lead improvements in PE so that the coherently planned and sequenced curriculum continues to build upon knowledge and skills improving outcomes for all children particularly within gymnastics and dance.||PE lead to coach and mentor all teachers in school through the planning, delivery and assessment of lessons to deliver high quality PE sessions both indoors and outdoors.|
The progressive and sequenced 4 term curriculum is embedded to ensure there is an increase in the knowledge and skills of children with a particular focus on gymnastic and dance skills.
|Pupils work is consistently of a high quality in PE sessions. Children can speak like an expert using the taught vocabulary when discussing their learning from the previous lesson, previous topic and previous year.|
The majority of children achieve age related expectations at the end of the year and make at least expected progress.
|To further support the mental health and well-being of children through the use of outdoor learning so that they are ready to learn across all subjects including through the use of active playtimes.||Children’s learning continues to develop during active lunchtimes as they have a focus for their play and collaborative learning is at the heart of lunchtimes.|
Play leaders are trained across Key Stage 1.
|Children are ready to learn as they feel more confident, happier within themselves after active playtimes.|
Children’s well -being is high following playtimes and lunchtimes and they feel positive about themselves resulting in them accessing the broad and balanced curriculum.
|To continue to release effective teachers to further lead improvements in PE through the coaching model so that the coherently planned and sequenced curriculum continues to build upon knowledge and skills improving outcomes for all children.||PE lead to coach and mentor all teachers in school through the planning, delivery and assessment of lessons to deliver high quality PE sessions both indoors and outdoors.|
PE lead to follow the school coaching model to develop all teachers including ECT members of staff through high quality dialogue, observing, team teaching, modelling, reflection time and time to build on current practice.
|All lessons are at least good with many outstanding features resulting in pupils achieving highly both indoors and outdoors.|
Children are provided with high quality PE led by confident staff resulting in at least expected progress.
|To further increase physical activity and PE enjoyment through a range of after school activities for all pupils.||After school clubs and lunchtime clubs to run throughout the year giving children a broader experience and cultural capital for all children.||All children are able to access extra activities to improve physical development.|
Children’s individual talents are nurtured increasing children’s confidence and character.
|To reignite and further develop the concept of sportsmanship through competitive sport within school and the local community.||PE lead to develop and lead on a calendar of competition for the year and local schools to be invited to take part.||Children are given the opportunity to take part in a range of competitive sports and games against a wider range of peers within the local community led by GIA.||£17,190.00|
Please see the PE & Sports Premium Impact Report here
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