Copmanthorpe Primary School

Copmanthorpe Primary School

Our Sports Provision

DfE Guidance: 

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Use of the PE and sport premium to support online delivery and other uses

The existing guidelines regarding the use of the PE and sport premium continue to apply. These guidelines already permit a significant amount of flexibility in how the PE and sport premium can be used. The restrictions on using the PE and sport premium remain current.

Carried forward unspent PE and sport premium grant funding from the 2019 to 2020 academic year

As a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Department for Education took steps to relax the ring-fencing arrangements for the PE and sport premium in the 2019 to 2020 academic year to allow any unspent grant to be carried forward into the 2020 to 2021 academic year.

Any under-spends carried forward will need to be spent in full by 31 March 2021 and schools should factor this into spending plans for their 2020 to 2021 PE and sport premium allocation. The 2020 to 2021 conditions of grant documents reflect this.

How to use the PE and sport premium

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of the physical education (PE), physical activity and sport they provide. This includes any carried forward funding from the 2019 to 2020 academic year, which must be spent by 31 March 2021.

This means that you should use the PE and sport premium to:

  • develop or add to the PE, physical activity and sport that your school provides
  • build capacity and capability within the school to ensure that improvements made now will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

You should use the PE and sport premium to secure improvements in the following 5 key indicators.

Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity, for example by:

  • providing targeted activities or support to involve and encourage the least active children
  • encouraging active play during break times and lunchtimes
  • establishing, extending or funding attendance of school sport clubs and activities and holiday clubs, or broadening the variety offered
  • adopting an active mile initiative
  • raising attainment in primary school swimming to meet requirements of the national curriculum before the end of key stage 2. Every child should leave primary school able to swim

Profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement, for example by:

  • actively encourage pupils to take on leadership or volunteer roles that support the delivery of sport and physical activity within the school (such as ‘sport leader’ or peer-mentoring schemes)
  • embedding physical activity into the school day through encouraging active travel to and from school, active break times and holding active lessons and teaching

What your funding should not be used for

You should not use your funding to:

  • employ coaches or specialist teachers to cover planning preparation and assessment (PPA) arrangements – these should come out of your core staffing budgets
  • teach the minimum requirements of the national curriculum – apart from top-up swimming lessons after pupils’ completion of core lessons (or, in the case of academies and free schools, to teach your existing PE curriculum)
  • fund capital expenditure – DfE does not set the capitalisation policy for each school – school business managers, school accountants and their auditors are best placed to advise on a school’s agreed capitalisation policy

 

Click here to read our plans for our Sports Premium for 2020/2021

Click here to read our Sports Premium Report for 2019/2020

 

Sports Funding for Copmanthorpe Primary School in 2018/19  was £19,340

The money is targeted at the following ways to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of our pupils, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles. 

If you want to read more information about our sports provision in 2018-2019 click here.

Click here for more information about sports provision in 2018-19

Copmanthorpe Primary School's Sports Funding for 2017/18

The £20,050 helped to develop the following initiatives:

Spent on

Aim

Actual Impact/Outcome

York School Sports Network Subscription (YSSN)

Element 1(£323.50)

Element 2 (£2500)

Element 1

Build on School Games agenda to increase participation and competitive opportunities

 

Element 2

Support staff in meeting the requirements of new National Curriculum

Improve the quality of teaching and learning in PE in school (staff coaching package)

 

Maintained the number of extra-curricular clubs throughout the year, including lunch clubs and after school. All high attendance, if not full.

64% of children attended extra-curricular clubs throughout the year, and 15% off those were from the non-active population.

Achieved Gold Standard for the second year of the Sainsbury’s School Games Mark.

Pupils attended many events throughout the year, including:

Y5/6 tag rugby, year 6 football, y5/6 sports hall athletics, y3/4 hockey, y5/6 netball, y5/6 girls’ football, y5/6 basketball, y4 netball.

Intra-school competitions – football and netball (KS2)

PE specialists supporting three year groups for a half term throughout the year, providing CPD. Feedback from teacher/coach reflects that this is very valuable in confidence and skills building in teaching quality PE.

Playground Leader Training for Y6.

Y5/6 Sports Ambassadors elected to keep sports high profile.

Chance to Shine coaching package (£250)

To introduce the Y3 children to the game of Kwik cricket

To support teachers with curriculum delivery of Kwik cricket

To identify promising talent and sign post these children to local clubs.

 

Y3 have enjoyed the ‘Chance to Shine’ scheme and it has been very successful.

 

Staff feedback was very positive and they were to develop their skills at teaching quality PE sessions.

 

Premier Sports PE consultants/specialists

(£5000)

To develop key aspects of the PE curriculum and improve quality of teaching and learning

Improve after school, lunch time and holiday physical activity levels of participation.

 

EYFS and KS1 gymnastics club has been highly attended again this year, as has KS2 speed sports club, which has always had full attendance.

 

See Premier Sports Provision and Impact document.

Golden Mile (Premier Sport)

(£150)

Promote healthy active lifestyle

Promote and monitor improvements in fitness and levels across the school.

 Base line completed and Sports Ambassadors have encouraged children to take part multiple times a week. Children are rewarded with certificates.

General new resources

 (£1500)

Improve resources to support the development and delivery of high quality PE.

 

General PE equipment.

 

All equipment being used on a daily basis during lunchtime and for quality PE lessons to be delivered throughout school.

York School Football league

(£50)

Inter- school competition between York Schools.

Boys and girls competed throughout the season, representing their school.

Allocation of funding for the multi-use sports surface.

(£10,276.50)

Explore the possibility of joint funding a multi-use sports surface with the recreation ground. Explore possible grants and funding opportunities for an extended playground or multi-use surface.

Bought 2 Scrap Sheds for KS1 and KS2 to promote team building and risk taking skills, as well as to allow children to be creative and keep active at lunch times. Scrap Sheds can be timetabled for use during lesson times.

Active after school clubs and lunch clubs offered throughout the year

York Schools Partnership Cricket Y3/4

York City in the Community - Football club Years 1 to 6

Performing Arts (Emma Bassett) Y1 to 6

Premier Sports FS/KS1 and KS2 gymnastics, KS2 Speed Sports

Street Dance (Lesley Hill) Y5/6

Karate (Jane Crowther and Jayne Drysdale) Years 2 to 6

Tatty Bumpkin Yoga ( Claire Gough) FS to  Year 2

Sports Stacking cups (Jan Patman) KS2

Recommendations:

Maintain Sainsbury’s school games mark – platinum achieved after 3 years at gold.

Continue with YSSN and Premier Sports curricular support

Consideration of increasing play space/ games space for the children - increasing the playground or installing a multi-surface games surface.

Total spend: £20,050

 

Copmanthorpe Primary School's Sports Funding for 2016/17

The £9735 helped to develop the following initiatives:

Spent on

Aim

Actual Impact/Outcome

York School Sports Network Subscription

Element 1(323.50)

Element 2 (£2500)

Element 1

Build on School Games agenda to increase participation and competitive opportunities

 

Element 2

Support staff in meeting the requirements of new National Curriculum

Improve the quality of teaching and learning in PE in school (staff coaching package)

Achieved Gold Award Sainsbury's Games

Maintained the number of extra-curricular clubs throughout the year, including lunch clubs and after school. All high attendance, if not full.

Over 50% of pupils attended extra-curricular clubs throughout the year and 15% of those were from the non-active population.

Pupils attended many events throughout the year including:

Year 5/6 Tag Rugby, Year 5 Boys Football, Year 5/6 Sports Hall Athletics, Year 3/4 Hockey, Year 6 Netball, Year 5/6 Girls Football, KS1 Rounders, Year 6 boys football

Intra-school competitions football and netball (KS2)

PE specialists supporting 3 teachers for a half term throughout the year. Feedback from teacher/coach reflects that this is very valuable in confidence and skills building in teaching quality PE. Gymnastics KS1, Year 3/4, Athletics Y6, Invasion games lunchtime clubs, Tennis club for year 2

Playground Leader Training for Year 6

Year 6 Sports Ambassadors elected to keep sports high profile.

Chance to Shine coaching package (£250)

To introduce the Y3 children to the game of Kwik cricket

To support teachers with curriculum delivery of Kwik cricket

To identify promising talent and sign post these children to local clubs

The 'Chance to Shine' scheme has been very successful.

Staff feedback was very positive and they were able to learn new drills and tasks they can use in their own delivery of curriculum cricket.

Premier Sports PE consultants/specialists

(£5175)

Premier Sports Action Plan 2016/17

To develop key aspects of the PE curriculum and improve quality of teaching and learning

Improve after school, lunch time and holiday physical activity levels of participation.

EYFS and KS1 gymnastic club highly attended throughout the year. KS2 speed sports club full attendance throughout the year.

See Premier Sports Provision and Impact document.

Golden Mile (Premier Sport)

(£150)

Promote healthy active lifestyle

Promote and monitor improvements in fitness and levels across the school

Golden Mile timetabled throughout the week during curriculum time. Golden mile monitors encouraged participation during playtimes. 

General new resources (£1500)

Improve resources to support the development of PE

All equipment being used on a daily bases during lunch time playtime.

Quality PE lessons able to be delivered throughout the school.

 

 

Active after school clubs and lunch clubs offered throughout the year

York Schools Partnership – Cricket Y3/4

York City in the Community - Football club Years 1 to 6

Performing Arts (Emma Bassett) – Y1 to 6

Premier Sports FS/KS1 and KS2 gymnastics, KS2 Speed Sports

Street Dance (Lesley Hill) Y5/6

Karate (Jane Crowther and Jayne Drysdale) Years 2 to 6

Tatty Bumkin Yoga ( Claire Gough) FS to  Year 2

Sports Stacking cups (Jan Patman) – KS2

Netball (school led)- KS2

Recommendations:

Maintain Gold Sainbury's Games Award

Consideration of increasing play space/ games space for the children - increasing the playground or installing a multi-surface games surface.

Total spend: £9,898.50

Copmanthorpe Primary School's Sports Grant 2015/16 

The £9682 helped to support the following initiatives:

Spent on

Aim

Actual Impact/Outcome

York School Sports Network Subscription

Element 1(323.50)

Element 2 (£2500)

Element 1

Build on School Games agenda to increase participation and competitive opportunities

 

 

 

Element 2

Support staff in meeting the requirements of new National Curriculum

Improve the quality of teaching and learning in PE in school (staff coaching package)

 

Increased the number of extra-curricular clubs throughout the year, including lunch clubs and after school. All high attendance, if not full.

Attended many events throughout the year including:

Whole School Cross Country, Year 5/6 Tag Rugby, Year 5 Boys Football, Year 5/6 Sports Hall Athletics, Year 3/4 Hockey, Year 6 Netball, Year 5/6 Girls Football, KS1 Rounders

 

PE specialists supporting 3 teachers for a half term throughout the year. Feedback from teacher/coach reflects that this is very valuable in confidence and skills building in teaching quality PE.

Futsal coaching programme in Year 4

Gymnastics – KS1, Year 3/4

Skipping club – lunchtimes

Tennis Club Year 3/4

Chance to Shine coaching package (£250)

Ton introduce the Y3 children to the game of Kwik cricket

To support teachers with curriculum delivery of Kwik cricket

To identify promising talent and sign post these children to local clubs

The ’Chance to Shine’ scheme has been very successful.

Staff feedback was very positive and they were able to learn new drills and tasks they can use in their own delivery of curriculum cricket.

Premier Sports PE consultants/specialists

(£5175)

To develop key aspects of the PE curriculum and improve quality of teaching and learning

Improve after school, lunch time and holiday physical activity levels of participation

 

EYFS and KS1 gymnastic club highly attended throughout the year. KS2 speed sports club full attendance throughout the year.

See Premier Sports Provision and Impact document.

Golden Mile (Premier Sport)

(£150) (introduced towards the end of the year)

Promote healthy active lifestyle

Promote and monitor improvements in fitness and levels across the school

Each pupil was initially assessed by completing as many laps as possible in 2 mins.

Each teacher takes their children out at least twice a week and runs for 10 mins and records the laps which are then logged onto a data base by Year 5 monitors.

Whilst this is an individual challenge, we can also compete against other classes and other schools, which will help to target our intra and inter element of PE.

New netball posts purchased (£155)

 

 

To ensure children can play a full size game and develop their netball skills appropriately

We selected two teams to compete at York inter-school festivals.

General new resources

New mats

New tension bar for wall bars

Small apparatus for PE and playtime use

(£1500)

Improve resources to support the development of PE

EYFS and KS1 gymnastic club using wall bars with children attending the after school club.

Staff trained to use the wall bars within curriculum PE.

All equipment being used on a daily bases during lunch time playtime, skipping club for example.

Quality PE lessons able to be delivered throughout the school.

Basketball coaching throughout School

Tadcaster Grammar School

Improve skills and club links in basketball. Transition links further developed to main secondary feeder school.  Staff and children’s feedback was really positive and a team attended a festival at Tadcaster Grammar School.

Tennis Coaching for Foundation Stage

Improve awareness and skills in tennis.

Staff and children’s feedback very positive.

Active after school clubs and lunch clubs offered throughout the year

York Schools Partnership – Gymnastics for Y3/4

York City in the Community - Football club Years 1 to 6

Performing Arts (Emma Bassett) – Y1 to 6

Premier Sports FS/KS1 gymnastics, KS2 Speed Sports

Street Dance (Lesley Hill) Y5/6

Karate (Jane Crowther and Jayne Drysdale) Years 2 to 6

Tatty Bumpkin Yoga ( Claire Gough) FS to  Year 2

 

Recommendations:

Audit KS2 children for: Number of minutes outside school taking part in exercise or physical activity, Number of extra-curricular clubs attended in school and Number of children representing school in competitive sport.

Monitoring quality of teaching in PE throughout the school.

Continue with Golden mile initiative to get a full year's improvement

 

Total spend: £10,053.50