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Boundary Way • Penn • Wolverhampton • West Midlands • WV4 4NT Telephone: 01902 558640 • Fax: 01902 558641 • email: Head Teacher: Ms L Thackaberry
Physical Education and Sport Premium Grant Expenditure All schools are required to publish information on how they have spent the additional money which they have received in their school budget from the government for physical education. Schools must spend the funding to improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils, but they are free to choose the best way of using the money. For example, funding can be used to: hire specialist PE teachers hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers provide existing staff with teaching resources to help them teach PE and sport support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs run sport competitions or increase pupils’ participation in the School Games run sports activities with other schools The way in which Penn Fields School has chosen to spend the PE and Sport Grant is detailed in the sections that follow.
Academic Year 2015/16 Number on roll: 48 Total Grant Received: £8264.00 Aim To effectively use the Sports Grant to increase opportunities to develop essential life skills of creativity, aspiration, resilience and empathy through appropriate sporting activities and physical opportunities.
Objective To continue to maintain a specialist swimming teacher to teach swimming lessons and intervention groups. To increase the number of pupils who can swim unaided by the time they leave Key Stage 2. To increase pupil participation in school games. To provide therapeutic swimming.
Activity Ensure high quality swimming instructor to deliver swimming lessons to small groups. Use baseline data to target particular groups of pupils to develop their swimming stroke, water confidence and distances. Ensure all pupils swim every week & some pupils gain additional swimming time. Target pupils wearing swimming aids to swim unaided for five metres. Target pupils who can swim five metres to swim ten to fifteen metres. Target pupils who can swim 15 metres to swim 25 metres (the Key Stage 2 Primary Swimming Expectation.) Organise links with swimming clubs to challenge our ‘Gifted’ swimmers. Increase involvement in competitive swimming events. Develop a ‘challenge’ intervention group to challenge for able swimmers to swim distance and increase stamina. Arrange competitive and non-competitive sports events and activities to increase participation, particularly for the less active. The development of a therapeutic swimming module to support pupils with poor motor mobility and attachment issues. Develop a specific 6 week program for therapeutic swimming to support our pupils identified with Attachment Difficulties and pupils with a significant motor mobility problem and/or sensory difficulties.
Measuring and Monitoring Impact Swimming lessons and interventions delivered are of a high standard. Pupil surveys demonstrate pupil’s response to their perception of PE and School Sport. PE Subject Leader & Head teacher/Deputy perform learning walks to observe swimming sessions. PE Subject Leader monitors the progress of pupils against baseline assessment. PE Subject Leader monitors cycling and balance skills progress. The Ways We Monitor PE and Sport All new Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils have a baseline assessment undertaken during the first six weeks of the new school year (or on entry into school). They are assessed by a qualified swimming teacher against ASA swim awards criteria. All Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils are working on ASA award level and/or Distance awards. Swim records are updated termly. Targeted pupils for swimming intervention are monitored after each session and their progress is discussed with the PE Subject Leader and Class Teacher. Records of pupil participation monitored. The Head Teacher is involved in the monitoring of standards of swimming teaching. Assess against cycling skills checklist for Levels 1 and 2.
Sainsbury's School Games 2014/15 Bronze Award
Academic Year 2016/17
Number on roll: 55 Total Grant Received: £8225.00 Download and read the document which explains how we used this additional funding:
Academic Year 2017/18
Number on roll: 54 Total Grant Received: £16550.00 Download and read the document which explains how we used this additional funding:
Quality Mark Award for Primary Education
Quality Mark Award for Secondaryary Education
Academic Year 2018/19
Number on roll: 54 Total Grant Received: £16550.00 Download and read the document which explains how we used this additional funding: