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Sport Premium Allocation 2017/18

Meadow Park Academy – Received allocation of £18570

Sport

No of Terms

Total Cost

Impact

  1. Gymnastics (Autumn and Spring ASC)

2 terms

£760

* Specialist teaching for these sports which resulted in better quality lessons for children.

* Extra after school clubs to allow a greater number of children to participate in sports organised by sport.

* Increased interest in sport.

 

  1. Tag Rugby (Spring ASC)
  1. term

£360

* Specialist teaching for these sports which resulted in better quality lessons for children.

* Extra after school clubs to allow a greater number of children to participate in sports organised by sport.

* Increased interest in sport.

 

KS1 ASC Multi Sports (Summer)

1 term

£560

* Specialist teaching for these sports which resulted in better quality lessons for children.

* Extra after school clubs to allow a greater number of children to participate in sports organised by sport.

* Increased interest in sport.

 

KS2 ASC Cricket (Summer)

1 term

£560

* Specialist teaching for these sports which resulted in better quality lessons for children.

* Extra after school clubs to allow a greater number of children to participate in sports organised by sport.

* Increased interest in sport.

PE lessons in term (KS2 – Y3) – 37 weeks @£60

3 terms

£2220

*All children able to access high quality PE lessons.

* Improved staff CPD whilst working alongside the coaches.

* Increased interest in sport.

 

PE lessons in term (KS1 – Y1)

3 terms

£2220

*All children able to access high quality PE lessons.

* Improved staff CPD whilst working alongside the coaches.

* Increased interest in sport.

 

REAL PE – scheme of work

 

£1800

* Offer a more detailed scheme of work to enhance the children’s learning.

* A scheme that makes it easy to follow for the staff.

* The scheme offers the children the ability to develop and improve on the key skills they need for all PE lessons.

 

Transport to sports fixtures – estimate 5 over year

 

£700

*Participation in football tournaments and tag rugby tournament. This was to allow the children to participate against other schools through competition.

 

PE Equipment

 

£2000

*Improve the equipment within the school as it was very limited.

* All lessons suitably resourced to allow children to maximise their PE lessons.

 

PE supply cover 8 @ £180

 

£1440

* Increased knowledge of many areas of the subject for PE coordinator.

* Ability to provide support to staff to improve the teaching of PE in KS2

* Improve CPD of all staff.

 

 

Swimming

 

£760

* To allow children in year 6 the opportunity to access swimming lessons.

* To improve confidence in swimming.

* To develop their swimming ability.

* To gain access to qualified swimming coaches.

 

Sports Week

 

£4,190

* Equipment to be used to facilitate sports week

*All children able to participate in a variety of sports.

* Healthy living initiatives

* Specialist coaches and facilities e.g. climbing wall

* Able to meet famous sports stars and work with them

* Increased interest in sport.

* Parents able to work alongside their children. A successful experience all round.

* Allows staff to work alongside coaches. New sports clubs to be offered after sports week by staff.

* Increased team work within the class.

* Built confidence in children that previously didn’t enjoy sport.

 

Pupil Premium places at holiday sports clubs x 2

 

£1,000

*Allow children that are interested in sport to attend holiday clubs that may not have the opportunity to attend due to cost implications.

Total

 

£18,570

 

 

 

 

 

 

At Meadow Park Academy we are committed to providing high quality sporting provision for all our pupils. The Sports Premium Allocation has given us the opportunity to introduce our children to some sporting activities that they may not otherwise have been able to access. We are aware of the high cost of specialist sports coaching and therefore our senior leaders and Governors agreed to provide our children with a wide variety of sporting clubs which would provide the opportunity for numerous competitions and fixtures throughout the year. A voluntary parental contribution is requested of £0.50 per session as a commitment to the activity and the development of the sport. The remaining 95% of the cost is covered by the Sport Premium Allocation provided by the DfE.

The school is committed to making sporting activity as accessible as possible to all students and has also managed to secure further funding to provide some specialist sports coaching for children with SEND over and above activities supported by the Sport Premium.

Summary

The number of children attending the activities has increased this academic year. We have entered more organised tournaments and have put together 3 football teams and a tag rugby team this year, something that has been lacking in previous years. We have developed a link with Crosfields School, allowing us the opportunity to be invited to a number of festivals in the coming year. A link with Meadway Sports centre has been created, giving the opportunity for children to participate in swimming lessons. We have started to raise an awareness of different sports throughout the year, especially through Sports Week, and have tried to motivate the children through PE. Staff are becoming more skilled at delivering high quality PE lessons, using the new REAL PE scheme of work that focuses on developing the fundamental key skills that children need.

 

Future Developments

  • Encourage more girls to attend sessions by providing activities which tend to be more popular with female participants.
  • Identify children who lack interest in sports and inspire them to participate by offering diverse activities not readily available to them.
  • Provide more KS1 clubs.
  • Provide more sports clubs to increase the number of participants further.
  • Provide more school sports teams to allow children the opportunity to compete in organised competitions.
  • Create links with local sports clubs to enhance children’s learning and experience of PE.

Behaviour

There are a number of children with challenging behaviour who attend the activities. However, their behaviour is improving significantly across all activities as the children build positive relationships with their coaches and they are able to learn valuable lessons around self-discipline and teamwork.

Sport Premium Allocation 2016/17

Meadow Park Academy – Received allocation of £9330

Sport

No of Terms

Cost per term

Total Cost

KS1 Gymnastics

3 terms

£440

£1320

KS1 Jolly Olly Football

3 terms

£440

£1320

  1. Netball (autumn term)

1 term

£440

£440

  1. Tag Rugby (autumn term)

1 term

£440

£440

KS2 Multi Sport (spring term)

1 term

£480

£480

  1. Invasion Games (spring term)

1 term

£480

£480

KS2 Activities (x2) (summer term)

1 term

£800

£800

PE lessons in term (KS2 – Y3) (from spring term)

2 terms

£660

£1320

PE lessons in term (KS2 – Y5) (from Feb)

1.5 terms

£660

£960

  1. Lunchtime Club Multi Sports (from spring term)

2 terms

£385

£770

KS1 Sports Morning Club (summer term)

1 term

£300

£300

PE Equipment for lessons listed above

 

 

£700

 

 

 

£9330

 

At Meadow Park Academy we are committed to providing high quality sporting provision for all our pupils. The Sports Premium Allocation has given us the opportunity to introduce our children to some sporting activities that they may not otherwise have been able to access. We are aware of the high cost of specialist sports coaching and therefore our senior leaders and Governors agreed to provide our children with a wide variety of sporting clubs which would provide the opportunity for numerous competitions and fixtures throughout the year. A voluntary parental contribution is requested of £0.50 per session as a commitment to the activity and the development of the sport. The remaining 95% of the cost is covered by the Sport Premium Allocation provided by the DfE.

The school is committed to making sporting activity as accessible as possible to all students and has also managed to secure further funding to provide some specialist sports coaching for children with SEND over and above activities supported by the Sport Premium.

Summary

The number of children attending the activities has started high and remains so currently. This is not typical of all our extra-curricular activities and we are very pleased that this initiative has been so popular. As well as attendance we have examined the gender split for the activities and have identified that when arranging future activities, we may need to consider gender only sports in order to ensure fair access to activities.

Recommendations for Sustainability

  • Encourage more girls to attend sessions by providing activities which tend to be more popular with female participants.
  • Identify children who lack interest in sports and inspire them to participate by offering diverse activities not readily available to them.
  • Following consultation with pupils scope the possibility of providing classes in Archery, Fencing and Cheerleading as future activities.
  • Provide activities accessible to Foundation age children e.g. Dance and Gymnastics.

Behaviour

There are a number of children with challenging behaviour who attend the activities. However, their behaviour is improving significantly across all activities as the children build positive relationships with their coaches and they are able to learn valuable lessons around self-discipline and teamwork.

Key Stage 1 Gymnastics

Learning Objectives

Impact and Outcomes

Skills of travelling, stillness, balance, turning, rolling, climbing, swinging, weight on hands, placing apparatus, jumping – (with more control, combinations, contrast, complex, actions – requiring continuity and co-ordination of body parts).

 

Experience using floor and apparatus, safe lifting and carrying, using/finding space, using different body parts -shape/levels/direction, improving actions, making up a sequence.

 

Develop working together, body control, planning/practicing simple actions alone using correct language for actions/apparatus

 

The Children will be able to :

Demonstrate improvements to their work

Demonstrate originality, imagination and creativity in techniques.

Perform and link skills with control and consistency

Perform/complete fundamental sports skills with control

Describe and comment on their own and others’ performance with accuracy of actions

Know what has made their performance effective

Make judgements to improve their work

 

 

Key Stage 2 Netball

Learning Objectives

Impact and Outcomes

Children will be learning the following:

Using tactics & strategies to increase chance of success individually & in a team

Evaluating & improving performance

Make simple judgements on their own/others.

Knowledge & understanding of fitness & health

Respond safely to tasks performed alone/with others.

  • The children learnt new skills such as :
  • Working as part of a team
  • Motor skills and Co-ordination
  • Running with the ball
  • Dribbling
  • Support play, around the ball
  • Receiving priorities
  • Forward passing
  • Short passing
  • Long passing

 

Key Stage 2 tag Rugby

Learning Objectives

Impact and Outcomes

Children will learning the following:

Using tactics & strategies to increase chance of success individually & in a team

Evaluating & improving performance

Make simple judgements on their own/others.

Knowledge & understanding of fitness & health

Respond safely to tasks performed alone/with others.

  • The children will learn new skills such as :
  • Working as part of a team
  • Motor skills and Co-ordination
  • Running with the ball
  • Support play, forward runs
  • Receiving priorities
  • Backwards passing
  • Short passing
  • Long passing

 

 

 

 

Key Stage 1 Jolly Olly Football

Learning Objectives

Impact and Outcomes

Improve skills of travel, send chase, receive, dodge, avoid, attack, defend, control accuracy; movement into/out of space

Experience small sided and simplified versions of different types of games, (i.e. invasion/ net wall/strike & field); a variety of common skills and game principles; team work; working towards tasks set by themselves and teacher, competition

 

Develop team games – working within prescribed areas, considering and developing rules and scoring systems, understanding of game principles

 

The children play on Jolly Olly Football Island which is a new education based “football-shaped world” full of discovery for the KS1children. The story based adventure takes place on the island creating a learning environment where children can enjoy themselves.

 

  • The children will learn new skills such as :

Effectively communicate and collaborate with each other

Understand the principles and purpose of preparing effectively for PE and sport

Work independently for extended periods of time without the need for guidance

Perform and link skills with control and consistency

Perform/complete fundamental sports skills with control

 

 

Key Stage 2 summer activities - Mini Olympics and football skills

Learning Objectives

Impact and Outcomes

Mini Olympics

Children will be learning the following:

Using tactics & strategies to increase chance of success individually & in a team

Evaluating & improving performance

Make simple judgements on their own/others.

Knowledge & understanding of fitness & health

Respond safely to tasks performed alone/with others.

 

Football skills

Improve skills of travel, passing, avoid, attack, defend, control accuracy; movement into/out of space

 

Develop team games – working within prescribed areas, considering and developing rules and scoring systems, understanding of game principles

 

The children will learn new skills such as;

Motor skills and Co-ordination

Perform/complete fundamental sports skills in, running, throwing, jumping and catching.

Understanding the principles and purpose of preparing effectively for PE and sport.

 

 

 

Practise fundamental movement skills

Demonstrate control, coordination and agility

Understand the effect of team work

Move with confidence around a pitch

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Stage 2 Multi-sport

Learning Objectives

Impact and Outcomes

Improve skills of travel, send chase, receive, dodge, avoid, attack, defend, control accuracy; movement into/out of space

Experience small sided and simplified versions of different types of games, (i.e. invasion/ net wall/strike & field); a variety of common skills and game principles; team work; working towards tasks set by themselves and teacher, competition

 

Develop team games – working within prescribed areas, considering and developing rules and scoring systems, understanding of game principles

 

The Children will be able to :

Move with confidence and creativity

Perform fundamental movement skills in a range of activities

Practice fundamental movement skills with control demonstrating balance, coordination & agility

Show understanding of how strategies and tactics can improve their work

Understanding of effective leadership

Make judgements to improve their and others’ work

Respond to set tasks following rules and expectations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Stage 2 Invasion Games

Learning Objectives

Impact and Outcomes

 

Improve skills of travel, send chase, receive, dodge, avoid, attack, defend, control accuracy; movement into/out of space

 

Experience small sided and simplified versions of different types of games, (i.e. invasion/ net wall/strike & field); a variety of common skills and game principles; team work; working towards tasks set by themselves and teacher, competition

 

Develop team games – working within prescribed areas, considering and developing rules and scoring systems, understanding of game principles

 

The Children will be able to :

Perform and link skills with control and consistency

Perform/complete fundamental sports skills with control

Describe and comment on their own and others’ performance with accuracy of actions

Know what has made their performance effective

Make judgements to improve their work

Understand the principles and purpose of preparing effectively for PE and sport

Work independently for extended periods of time without the need for guidance

 

 

Morning sports club KS1.

Taking part in morning multi-sport will mentally and physically prepare children for their school day. The programme delivers 45 minute-long sessions between 8.00am – 8.45am, The programme aims to prepare children by providing stimulating activities that wakes them up and gets their minds and bodies moving.

Activity objectives include:

Communicate appropriately and effectively with others

Ability to follow rules and respect themselves and others

Understand the importance of healthy lifestyles

Improved control coordination and balance

Improved agility and flexibility

Engaging and interacting appropriately with other children

Setting realistic challenges to achieve

 

Learning Objectives

Impact and Outcomes

Skills of travel, send, chase, receive, avoid, dodge, control; awareness of space and partner

Experience a variety of games equipment; practicing with a partner; competition, simple rules

Develop simple games (net/wall, striking, goal scoring), playing these games – alone/with a partner

 

 

The Children will be able to :

Develop Fine Motor Skills

Move confidently and creatively with control and coordination in large and small movements

Perform basic fundamentals of movement (ABC’s) with control and confidence

Practice a range of movements with control demonstrating balance & coordination

Safely negotiate space both indoors and outdoors

Understand and explain the importance of good health, physical exercise and healthy food

Understand and explain which activities are good for our health

 

 

 

 

 

Lunch time Club (Multi Skills)

Lunch breaks are ideal opportunities for children to engage in physical activity, encouraging a balance of physical and mental challenges throughout the school day.
Our STAY Active programme delivers 30-45-minute-long sessions during lunch breaks. Using structured activities and introducing children to multiple skills, the programme encourages physical activity across all abilities.

Activity objectives include:

Communicate appropriately and effectively with others

Ability to follow rules and respect themselves and others

Understand the importance of healthy lifestyles

Improved control coordination and balance

Improved agility and flexibility

Engaging and interacting appropriately with other children

Setting realistic challenges to achieve

 

Learning Objectives

Impact and Outcomes

Skills of travel, send, chase, receive, avoid, dodge, control; awareness of space and partner

Experience a variety of games equipment; practicing with a partner; competition, simple rules

Develop simple games (net/wall, striking, goal scoring), playing these games – alone/with a partner

 

 

The Children will be able to :

Move confidently and creatively with control and coordination in large and small movements

Perform basic fundamentals of movement (ABC’s) with control and confidence

Practice a range of movements with control demonstrating balance & coordination

Safely negotiate space both indoors and outdoors

Understand and explain the importance of good health, physical exercise and healthy food

Understand and explain which activities are good for our health

 

 

 

 

 

 


  • Vision and Values for MPA
  • At Meadow Park Academy we aim to develop the individual as a whole - mind, body and spirit, by celebrating
  • each child’s unique skills and qualities and targeting personal development alongside achievement and
  • progress. We encourage our pupils to be creative, take risks and build character in order to maximise
  • achievement in all areas. In doing so they develop a lifelong love of learning through nurture and adventure as well as
  • the resilience to follow their own paths and contribute to our communities as responsible global citizens.
  • Our School Values
    • To be responsible
    • To be determined
    • To be proud
    • To be respectful
    • To be creative
    • To be positive