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Sports Premium

PE Vision

Break down of Killingholme's 2016/2017 Sport Premium Expenditure:

  • This year our focus has been to develop PE within the EYFS, enhance pupil swimming progression, whilst maintaining pupil attendance of sports within local competitions, in-house competitions aswell as encouraging and increasing extra-curricular attendance of sport.

 

Initiative/Resource

Cost

Impact

Barton Cluster School Sport’s Partnership

£2500

o    Inter-school sports (Level 2 and 3)

o    Designated Sports Link teacher who provides various forms of support including coming into school to assist in the teaching of sport.

o    PE CPD for subject leaders.

o    PE CPD for the Foundation Stage and KS1.

o    PE Subject Leaders Network Meetings.

New equipment for extracurricular activities subject knowledge progression for pupils and equipment suitable for EYFS+ use in extracurricular toddler soft play sessions. Specialist equipment appropriate for Inclusive education within extracurricular activities.

£2000

o    Increased pupil development of for fine and gross motor skills.

o    Improve children's overall fitness, balance, co-ordination, control and strength.

o    Increase children's understanding and widen children's sport vocabulary and knowledge.

o    Inspire children's motivation for sport and the increase club attendance outside school hours.

o    Promotes children's interest and likeability for sport.

o    Encourages involvement and engagement from children.

o    Increases subject knowledge and widens pupil’s terminology for sport.

o    Increases safety for children have the correct equipment

o    More equipment available per pupil instead of per pair or group.

o    Upskill children's sporting abilities.

 

Liaison with Leading Teacher to develop the role of the Sport's Coordinator and curriculum planning

 

 

o    PE CPD for Sport's Coordinator.

o    Revised PE long term plan.

o    Opportunity to observe/share good practise.

Coach Transport for Inter-School Competitions

£500-£600

o    Primary Sports Ambassadors attended training to support pupil uptake in sporting events.

o    Children attending Tennis, Rounder’s, Dance Showcase,  EIS visit, All stars, Invasion games and orienteering, will compete against other schools and upskill their communication and support for one another.

o    The Primary dance showcase was attended by a large group of children this year, performers were able to showcase talent and boost their confidence in performing.

o    Pupils took part in sporting events and developed sportsmanship skills and professionalism when compeering and taking part in team building sports activities.

o    Pupils took part in a rock-climbing session that encouraged and promoted confidence to take part in new sports whilst developing social skills and subject knowledge. This also enhanced confidence ready for the PGL visit in July 2017.

Costumes for Dance Showcase

£600-800

o    Boosts children's self-esteem and confidence.

o    Establish strong foundations for performing sports and strengthen sportsmanship skills

Extra -Curricular Swimming, KS1 (Year 2 & 6)

£1500

o    Encourage children's confidence and abilities in swimming.

o    Boost self-esteem and improves children's life skills.

o    Increases fitness and promotes healthy lifestyles and accomplishment.

o    Ensure higher percentages of pupils with the ability to swim before moving onto secondary

Extra-Curricular Football Coach (GTFC)

£1200

o    Increases pupil’s uptake of extra sport and attendance of extra-curricular clubs.

o    Increases subject knowledge and widens vocabulary use and understanding

o    Upskills sporting abilities

Sports extra-curricular after school clubs

£1300

o    Increase pupil's attendance in after school clubs.

o    Increase and widen children's knowledge of sport.

o    Upkill children's sporting abilities.

o    Encourage attendance of sports clubs outside of school hours.

o    Targets and involves less active children.

o    Encourages sports participation.

o    Increases understanding of sport and upskills sporting abilities

o    Boosts self-esteem and confidence.

o    Increases professional attitude towards sport, sportsmanship and team building skills.

PGL

£500

o    Increase children's sporting abilities.

o    Open children's perception to different sports.

o    Increase subject knowledge and understanding.

o    Encourage confidence and enjoyment of different sport.

o    Promote accomplishment and sense of achievement

Our main focus this year

  • Up skilling staff
  • Developing intra-school and inter-school sports within school
  • Working towards the achievement of the School Games Silver Award

Breakdown of Sports Premium Expenditure 2015/16

Initiative/Resource

Cost

Impact

Barton Cluster School Sport’s Partnership

£2500

  • Inter-school sports (Level 2 and 3)
  • Designated Sports Link teacher who provides various forms of support including coming into school to assist in the teaching of sport.
  • PE CPD for subject leaders.
  • PE CPD for the Foundation Stage and KS1.
  • PE Subject Leaders Network Meetings.

New Gymnastics equipment including a beam, springboard, mats, trampet, vaulting box, safety mattress and a leightweight springboard suitable for EYFS+.

£1000

  • Increased pupil development of gymnastic skills.
  • Improve children's overall fitness, balance, co-ordination, control and strength.
  • Increase children's understanding of gymnastics and widen children's sport vocabulary.
  • Inspire children's motivation for sport and the increase club attendance outside school hours.

 

Liaison with Leading Teacher to develop the role of the Sport's Coordinator and curriculum planning

 

 
  • PE CPD for Sport's Coordinator.
  • Revised PE long term plan.
  • Opportunity to observe/share good practise.

Coach Transport for Inter-School Competitions

£500-£600
  • Primary Sports Ambassadors attended training to support pupil uptake in sporting events.
  • Children attended Sports Hall Athletics to compete against other schools and upskill their commincation and support for one another.
  • Children attended the annual Dodgeball competition hosted by the Barton cluster school Sport's partnership.
  • Children attended Cross Country for the first time and were able to enjoy and compete in a new sporting activity to them.
  • The Primary dance showcase was attended by a large group of children this year, both performers and supporters from the school were able to showcase talent and boost their confidence in performing arts.
  • Pupils attended the English Institution of Sport Visit in which they had chance to see Sports at it's peak, inspiring and enhancing childrens opportunities for career in sports. Children even had chance to meet a current Olympian and ask questions about their job and the training that is required of them.
  • Pupils took part in sporting events and developed sportsmanship skills and professionalism when competeting and taking part in team building sports activities.
Costumes for Dance Showcase £130
  • Boosts children's self-esteem and confidence.
Extra Curricular Swimming, KS1 (Year 1 & 2) £1500
  • Encourage children's confidence and abilities in swimming.
  • Boost self-esteem and improves children's life skills.
  • Increases fitness and promotes healthy lifestyles and accomplishment.
PE Equipment Order £1000
  • Promotes children's interest and likeability for sport.
  • Encourages involvement and engagement from children.
  • Increases subject knowledge and widens pupils terminology for sport.
  • Increases safety for children have the correct equipment
  • More equipment available per pupil instead of per pair or group.
  • Upskill children's sporting abilities.
Sport Coaches to attend extra-curricular clubs £100-£200
  • Increase pupil's attendance in after school clubs.
  • Increase and widen children's knowledge of sport.
  • Upkill children's sporting abilities.
  • Encourage attendance of sports clubs outside of school hours.
Rock Climbing Experience £600
  • Increase children's sporting abilities.
  •  Open children's perception to different sports.
  • Increase subject knowledge and understanding.
  • Encourage confidence and enjoyment of different sport.
  • Promote accomplishment and sens of achivement and fulfilment ready for PGL trips.
Olympian Sport Visit £200
  • Increase children's knowledge of sport.
  • Encourage extra-curricular attendance.
  • Inspire and promote sporting awareness and interest.
  • Enhance children's knowledge of sport, professionalism and competition.
PE Competition Kit £200
  • Increase children's self confidence and promote a professional sense of pride.
Extra-Curricular Sports Club Coach £400-500
  • Targets and involves less active children.
  • Encourages sports participation.
  • Increases understanding of sport and upskills sporting abilities
  • Boosts self-esteem and confidence.
  • Increases professional attitude towards sport, sportsmanship and team building skills.

Extra-Curricular Sports

At present we offer the following after school sports clubs:

  • A&M Dance Group
  • Change 4 Life Multi-Skills Club (2 clubs - Monday & Friday)
  • Gymnastics Club

2014/15

This year we have received £8415 in the form of Sports Premium.

Breakdown of Sports Premium Expenditure 2014/15

Initiative/Resource

Cost

Impact

Barton Cluster School Sport’s Partnership

£2500

  • Inter-school sports (Level 2 and 3)
  • Designated Sports Link teacher who provides various forms of support including coming into school to assist in the teaching of sport.
  • PE CPD for subject leaders.
  • PE CPD for the Foundation Stage and KS1.
  • PE Subject Leaders Network Meetings

Sport’s Coach (1 day a week)

£3105

 

  • Sports coach to deliver high quality PE lessons.
  • Deliver the Reading Stars intervention programme.
  • Deliver an afterschool sports club.
  • Working alongside teachers to develop their subject knowledge.

Team Teaching

 

  • A qualified TA to work alongside teachers and up skill their subject knowledge of PE.

 

 

New PE Hoodies for Wake Up Shake Up Group

 
  • Children received new school hoodies for their Wake Up Shake Up performance in the Killingholme's Got Talent competition.
  • Developed children's confidence as well as their musicality, skill and co-ordination in dance.

 

Coach Transport for Inter-School Competitions

 
  • Primary Sports Ambassadors attended training to support pupil uptake in sporting events

PE Kit and Sports Wear

We are pleased to announce the arrival of our new Y3/4 Football kit courtesy of the FA. We have also recently purchased some new hoodies for the children to wear on sports events.

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EIS, Sheffield visit

Earlier this year, 3 of our most gifted and talented PE students were given the opportunity to visit the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield. The trip aimed to inspire the youngsters with ideas of where their sporting prowess could lead them. In a surprise twist our lucky three also had the opportunity to meet our Olympic Hero Jessica Ennis!

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Dodgeball Competition, January 2015

In January we took full advantage of our School Sports Partnership and arranged to participate in a dogdeball competition at the Pods in Scunthorpe. A team of 9 boys were transported via mimi-bus to the Pods and took part in the competition. The children worked fantastically together developing their communication skills and sportsmanship skills. Overall the competition was thoroughly enjoyed and the children came away very happy with their efforts and knowledgefrom the competition. The children and staff also had a chance to show off our new Sports hoodies in which they looked extremely smart! Our Sports Premium Funding contributed towards the whole event, including being part of the Sports Partnership, the transport to and from the event and the Sports Hoodies.

British Heart Foundation Skipathon

On Tuesday 23rd June 2015, we took part in a British Heart Foundation Skipathon. The aims of the skipathon were to increase children's awareness of the British Heart Foundation organisation and it's intentions, to develop children's knowledge of a healthy lifestyle, and to raise money in an effort to support the British Heart Foundation. All children from both Key Stages took part in the skipathon, they were shown different styles of skipping and then began skipping theirselves for timed periods. The children really enjoyed taking part and their efforts raised a whopping amount of £516! 80% of the total was donated to the British Heart Foundation and the remaining 20% was donated to the school. Well done to everyone who took part- your contributions have made a great impact!

Gymnastics Beam Display

On Friday 10th July 2015, we hosted a school Summer Fayre! Our School's Gymnastic Team saw this as a great opportunity to show off their terrific beam skills, which was recently purchased with Sports Premium Funding. The beam has helped to create new challenges for the gymnasts and has increased their knowledge and understanding of the intense skills and technique needed to perform gymnastics on different apparatus. Below is a video of the amazing routine performed to parents, staff, governors and children at the summer Fayre! A great confidence boost and chance for the children to display their outstanding abilities achieved so far!

Sports Ambassador's Day

On Thursday 1st October 2015, four children were selected to go to The PODS in Scunthorpe to undertake some Sports Ambassador Training. The children learnt a variety of Sports games and also learnt how to lead games apporpriate for different ages. The Sports Ambassadors have also taken on the role of helping to collect and maintain organisation of the school's PE equipment. The children came away having thoroughly enjoyed their day and feeling very confident and eager to begin leading some different Sports games at playtimes. The children stated, "The day was very energetic, confidence building and fun! Playtimes won't be the same anymore, as we can encourage children to take part in games that will develop their physical activity."

A very successful and beneficial day indeed!

Sports Hall Athletics

On Thursday 26th November 2015, children from year 3 & 4 travelled to The Pods in Scunthorpe to take part in Sports Hall Athletics. Children competed in events such as long jump, speed bounce, relays, obstacles races, verticle high jump and lots more! The children promoted a fantastic professional attitude and boasted good sportsmanship skills cheering everyone on! Well done Class 3, you did the school proud with your fab efforts!

Dodge Ball Competition

On Monday 25th January 2016, children from year 5 & 6 travelled to The Pods in Scunthorpe to take part in the annual Dodgeball competition hosted by the Barton Cluster School's Sport Partnership. Children worked hard and well as a team to compete against at least 10 other schools. Well done year 5 & 6! See the photos below!

Primary Dance Showcase

On Tuesday 15th March 2016 children from years 3, 4, 5 & 6 travelled to The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe to showcase their fantastic dancing abilities and talent! The children danced to a 4 minute soundtrack that contained mixed summer anthems that really got the crowd cheering! Boys and girls wore tie-dyed t-shirts that were purchased with Sports Premium and kindly designed individually by a staff member during their own time. Children oozed personality and x-factor with their hair and make-up and fantastic costumes. Judges commented on the dance stating that the children 'worked really well as a team' and 'danced together as one unit' which is something we really try to encourage through sport development here at Killingholme Primary. A fab job guys- Well done!

Sport Relief 2016

Sport Relief was upon us once again on Friday 18th March 2016. This year Sport Relief's aim was to get 12,000 young people to take part in running one mile. Killingholme Primary accepted the challenge, despite the weather and invited parents, staff and school govenors to come and support the children running on the school field! Thank you to all those who came to support and for the continued support towards the children and the school. Keep posted for updates on how much money we raised for Sport Relief and see images of children's participation below. We even managed to get the Head Teacher on board too! yes

EIS Sheffield Visit 2016

On Thursday 24th March 2016, we sent 6 of our gifted and talented sports superstars to the English Institution of Sport in Sheffield. The children took part in a fanstastic sporting experience that consisted of a variety of athletics: running, high jump, long jump and children even had chance to take part in table tennis. The children were already engrossed in the day and inspired by sports before they had the amazing opportunity of meeting Olypian Antony Joshua, British Gold Medalist for Super Heavyweight Boxing 2012. The children were fascinated at the experience of meeting Antony and were lucky enough to watch him train and ask him questions about his job. Not only did the children have the experience of meeting an Olympian but they also met part of the GB and USA Boxing teams. At the end of the day children were sad to go home, but took away lots of memories that will inspire them to achieve their best and keep their minds open to the world of sport and know that the possibilites are endless!

Killingholme's Very Own Olympic Visit!

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After School Sports

In July we invited Grimsby Town Football Coaches into school to begin an after school football club. 18 KS2 pupils attended the club and enjoyed it so much we invited coaches back to run a 6 week volleyball club starting September 2016. Each week pupils are able to win competition prizes for showing good sportsmanship and effort, so far pupils have won medals and free tickets to football matches. More news to follow on the volleyball club and updates for future clubs with Grimsby Town.

Sports Day 2016!

On Tuesday 19th July, children had a fun packed afternoon with the schools annual sports day taking place! All children took part and contributed their best efforts in a bid to win the first place trophy! Children competed in their sporting houses that they're assigned and stick with throughout their time at Killingholme. This year Ravenclaw were the overall winners with the other houses: Slytherine, Gryffindor and Hufflepuff not far behind! All children were exceptional and tried their hardest for the full afternoon! A huge thanks to the KSSC for supplying refreshments at half time and to the parents/guardians who came to support the pupils! Well done to all of the children and staff- you made it our best Sports Day yet!

Gymnastics Display 2016!

This year Killingholme's gymnasts took to Sports Day to perform and deliver a fantastic Gymnastics Display! 16 pupils performed a highly skilled demonstration that showcased their raw and flawless talent! Well done to all of the pupils who come week after week to the gymnastics club and work hard to learn and perfect new skills- everyone was so impressed with your confidence and deliverance on the day!

We Welcome the New PE Library!

After working with PE Specialist, Owen Denovan the school has decided to take up in a new project called the PE Library. Each year group has been supplied with three PE bags in an effort to engage pupil's motivation and engagement of Sport outside of school hours. Children are able to book the bags in and out of the classroom logs and take the bags home for two days at a time in order to complete the sporting activities provided with the correct equipment and resource cards for support. We have only had the PE bags for half a term and they have been a huge success with the children. Some children have said that they're 'challenging', 'educating' and that their parents/guardians and silbings help them take part! A great use of our Sports Premium so far with growing success for all children!

Dance Showcase March 2017!

The time was upon us once again to take part in the Dance Showcase at Baths Hall. Pupils took to the stage in wonderful, new, sparkly costumes funded by our Sports Premium to boost their confidence and team skills when performing. All pupils thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon and the children's dance was amazing as well as their efforts and manners! Well done everyone you continue to do our school proud!