Sports Premium Impact 2022-23
Total allocation: £21,476
Secondary specialist teachers leading PE lessons with primary staff working closely alongside to support the quality of PE provision in the primary school
Students receive high quality PE teaching with primary staff improving their own knowledge, skills and confidence in delivering a wide range of PE activities. Increase in daily activity and high quality PE provision.
Multiple primary staff involved in the leading of the extracurricular offer.
Develop and support new primary staff to the school to ensure that PE provision is consistent and staff have the knowledge, skills and confidence to deliver high quality PE provision.
Further involvement of primary staff within the extra-curricular timetable and competitions calendar to offer more variety and increased opportunities for pupils.
Sport specific teaching resources
Further enhancements were made to PE equipment for use within lessons and at extra-curricular clubs:
Badminton (to increase offer of net/wall activities at KS2 and support KS2 to KS3 transition) tag rugby, dodgeball, sports hall athletics, quad kids, netball, futsal, cricket ,rounders and sports day equipment. This enabled children to prepare for competitions and develop skills and understanding in new sports/activities.
Football goals (9 & 7 a-side) are also purchased to be used during lessons, extra-curricular clubs and fixtures/festivals.
Additional resources purchased for use during lunchtimes within all primary playgrounds – hoops, baskets, balls, ankle skippets and beanbags. This has enabled children to engage in activities and develop gross motor skills/fundamental movement skills and in high activity recreational and competitive play outside of lesson time.
OAA and primary gym resources for KS2 purchased to help inform planning for upper KS2 classes and ensure S&C for more able students in gymnastics – resources being used to develop current year 7 & 8 SoL to ensure it is fit for purpose for our students when they make the transition to secondary.
Preparation for further competition with borough SGO competition / regional calendar as well as transition between KS2 and 3.
New markings on secondary campus for 5, 7 and 9 a-side football/handball pitches for primary pupils to engage in further inter/intra competitions as well as benefit during curriculum lesson time when on secondary campus.
New court markings and resources on secondary campus for mini-tennis courts and additional equipment including relative base and posts. Engage in net/wall activities during curriculum, extra-curricular and inter/intra competitions. Further increasing offer of net/wall activities).
Further development of OAA within the KS2 curriculum – possibilities (problem solving SoL, drop down day/one day outdoor activity centre trip for Y5 and Y6). Installation of permanent Outdoor education course (bespoke lesson portals. control markers, orienteering maps and course installation).
Increasing opportunities for high quality play, sport and PE
£840 – equipment for all playgrounds
Training for midday supervision staff = x3 sessions. Release time of x2 Teaching staff members to deliver sessions
Training of new primary playground leaders = x3 sessions. Release time of PE subject specialist to deliver sessions
Implementation of secondary PE sports leaders x3 sessions
Resources, equipment, clothing for midday/playground leaders
Maintenance of playground areas
Playground equipment and resources have been enhanced throughout all play areas (EYFS, Year 1 playground, sky garden and quad playground) to develop a greater range of play based activities during lunch/break time, including resource cards, equipment and clothing. A broad range of sporting equipment has been purchased to ensure all children are completing at least 6o mins of active play per day. This included resourcing games such as hopscotch, target throwing, snakes and leaders, basketball circles, 4 square, along with compass for cross curricular use in playtimes and class learning. To encourage physical activity during break, lunch and in PE lessons,
Fully resourced play areas allow year groups to be split and have more space at break/lunchtime.
Making lunchtimes active: Staff playground leaders tasked specifically to raise pupils’ activity levels during lunchtime play through teaching organised games; Children are supported to organise their own active games.
This provided the children an environment which can spark/prompt creative play and high activity engagement. Engagement of high quality and purposeful play time and upskilling of staff.
Playground leaders develop a host of soft skills and model to younger peers. Pupils take on leadership or volunteer roles that support sport and physical activity within the school: children will know how to role model play and organise active participation in group games.
Ensure a safe and secure environment.
Incorporation of a slot for each year group to have access to the quad playground to use the track during the school day
Further development of the Play Leaders scheme already introduced with Y5/6 children to be explored across other year groups. Introduce ‘buddy up’ system for peer to peer coaching.
Following the successful year 9 sports leadership programme to deliver and support PE primary lessons – this to be explored further and involve secondary pupils at KS4/5. Thus, promoting leadership skills and utilising whole school opportunities and linking the primary & secondary phase.
Ensure that sports equipment is stored and maintained correctly and all teachers and sports coaches know which equipment they have access to. Equipment maintained by Sports Captains/ambassadors and regular monitoring of equipment conducted termly by PE sports coordinator.
Providing morning, lunchtime and after school sports clubs for pupils
To attend local sports competitions to work alongside and compete against other local schools
Equipment linked to extra-curricular clubs and school games opportunities. Transport and competition costs. Release time for PE primary specialists to facilitate inter school competitions.
The extra-curricular offer for primary children has been extensive across all 3 terms with many clubs oversubscribed with waiting lists for the majority of clubs on offer. There has been a positive increase in the offer for Key Stage 1 clubs and number of primary staff involved in the extra-curricular programme.
1/2 x 3 clubs = 75 spaces (66 children participating)
3/4 x 3 clubs = 90 spaces (84 children participating)
Y5/6 x 5 clubs = 150 spaces (111 children participating)
1/2 x 3 clubs = 75 spaces (48 children participating)
Y3/4 x 3 clubs = 90 spaces (79 children participating)
Y5/6 x 5 clubs = 150 spaces (123 children participating)
Y1/2 x 2 clubs = 60 spaces (54 children participating)
Y3/4 x 3 clubs = 90 spaces (84 children participating)
Y5/6 x 6 clubs = 180 spaces
(141 children participating)
Clubs in the autumn, spring and summer term took place for Y5/6 on secondary campus to support transition and enhance pupils’ experiences. These included football, cricket, basketball and rounders.
Pupils took part in multiple intra school competitions, SGO and regional competitions/festivals as well as participating in inter competitive fixtures against local primary schools.
engagement in and towards
Where can additional external coaches be brought in to support the offer at Seven Kings in terms of variety and frequency. Where would pupils benefit from this and improve the provision and experiences already on offer?
Which additional Seven Kings staff could further support the extra-curricular provision?
What other secondary campus transition clubs could we offer?
Swimming – on site
An on site temporary pool was installed during the summer term – this enabled all pupils from year 4 to participate in 3 lessons a week thus having a positive impact on progress.
Y6 students who were the weakest swimmers were offered 3 weeks of booster classes to improve their confidence in the water, increase their understanding of water safety as well develop their ability to swim 5m. This included safe self rescue, swimming in clothing and knowledge of how to stay safe around open water.
Swimming provision and planning for KS2. Plan for booster lessons for the current y5 cohort (going into y6) that still are non-swimmers and build in intensive swimming booster lessons.
The percentage of pupils within Year 6 cohort that can do the following:
Review of the curriculum
The Director of Sport works closely with all primary staff and specialist PE teachers reflecting on the PE provision ensuring that it is inclusive, broad and balanced, and fit for purpose for our students. This ensures that PE provision is outstanding with clear sequencing building from key fundamental movement skills, to tactics and strategies needed to overcome and outwit opponents in invasion sports. The transition from KS2 to KS3 is smooth with changes made to the KS3 curriculum to support the physical, social and cognitive developments made within KS2.
What worked well for the current Y6 cohort and what could be developed/changed?
Reflection on how Y7 old kings have adjusted to KS3 – are there any gaps and where are they?