Dr Radcliffe’s CE Primary School
Primary Physical Education and Sport Premium
Since September 2013, all primary schools across England have received a share of the Government £150m per annum Primary Physical Education and Sport Premium. In September 2017 the total grant available was doubled to £300m. The funding is ring-fenced and must be spent on additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport primary schools offer.
Dr Radcliffe's have received £17,710 for the current academic year.
£2,000 of our grant has been spent on our annual affiliation to North Oxfordshire School Sport Partnership (NOSSP). This affiliation gives Dr Radcliffe's access to regular expert advice and support from a secondary PE specialist, quality assured professional development training for teachers and teaching assistants, termly networking opportunities for our PE lead, occasional input and support from qualified sports coaches, access to regular sports competitions and festivals including national School Games competitions, support with the development and delivery of primary Change4Life sports clubs, links to quality assured community clubs and leisure providers, data collection to help measure and monitor progress and impact and regular national and local updates relating to PE, children’s health and well-being and school sport.
For a copy of our agreement with North Oxfordshire School Sport Partnership please click here.
For full details of our PE and Sport Premium spend for this academic year, the impact it has had/will have on pupils’ PE and sports participation and attainment, and information on how we plan to make these improvements sustainable, please see below.
Dr Radcliffe's has achieved Gold Youth Sport Trust Quality Mark 2018 - 20 for our current PE provision and outcomes, and Gold School Games Mark 2017-18 for our commitment to and the development of competition, school sport and physical education across our school and into the local community.
Dr Radcliffe’s Primary School
Impact of Sports Premium Funding
At Dr Radcliffe’s our use of the Sports Premium has had a significant and positive impact on the quality and quantity of PE and School Sport provision for the children at the school. Below is an outline of the key areas in which the children have benefitted.
1. More confident and competent staff and enhanced quality of teaching and learning:
i) Our school mentor, Mrs K. Sargant who's work with us is funded through the School Sports Premium has worked with teachers in Foundation stage, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, and Year 5 to help deliver high quality PE lessons and to develop the staff's curriculum planning, to ensure sustained delivery of high quality PE for all children.
ii) Teachers have benefitted from CPD courses provided through our membership of NOSSP, including CPD on creating Active Classrooms and the TOPS sport programme.
iii) All teachers have reported feeling inspired by their work with the School Sports mentor and have increased confidence in their own ability to deliver high quality lessons. This has ensured that improvements in the quality of PE teaching learning is sustained.
iv) Feedback forms by teachers have been completed and are kept by the NOSSP specialist P.E mentor Mrs K. Sargant.
2. Enhanced subject leadership in PE
i) The school curriculum map for PE has been reviewed by our PE Curriculum Lead alongside our School Mentor to ensure quality and appropriate progression of skills.
ii) Our school mentor has been involved in supporting the PE Curriculum Lead in reviewing provision and action planning.
iii) Our PE Curriculum Lead has benefitted from CPD opportunities through our membership of NOSSP and affiliation to the Youth Sport Trust, developing his knowledge and skills and disseminating this knowledge to staff though INSET.
3. High and sustained participation levels of pupils in both curricular and extra curricular PE and School Sport.
i) All pupils have 2 hours of timetabled PE each week.
ii) Year 5 Sports Leaders, trained by our School Mentor have run activities for the younger children at lunchtimes, developing their own leadership abilities in the process.
iii) We run a lunchtime ‘Change for Life’ based club, targeted at less active children.
iv) High levels of attendance at extra curricular clubs:
4. High and sustained participation levels in competitive activities including School Games.
i) Dr Radcliffe’s have again achieved a Gold Award for our PE provision and participation levels in School Games.
ii) 79% of pupils in KS2 participated in at least one School Games Level 2 or similar competition or activity out of school during the 2016/2017 academic year.
iii) This averages over 2 competitions per pupil and includes targeted festivals for pupil premium, less active and SEN pupils.