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Sports Funding 2017-2018


Key achievements to date:

Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:

Continued professional development for staff from Sports coaches. All teachers receive planning and assessment detailed notes on each session and then teach a follow up session before the following week. Notes are saved so they can be used in the future.


Introducing Level 1 competition Children

Ensuring children have access to level 2 competition

Hosting a Sporting Tournament at our school

Annual sports cup competition with afternoon of child led sports activities

Introducing a play leaders scheme.

All children swim for one term.

Annual swimming gala.

Children taken to over 10 football, netball, cricket, rugby, tennis, orienteering, hockey tournaments, with increasing child participation.

Employing sports coaches to take on after school clubs, to increase after school sporting activities.



Children continue to take part in interclass competition

Children are all taken to competition at Lavington School

Continue to host a sports tournament and school annually

Continue to host a sports cup competition and school annually

Train children in year 5 ready for year 6.


Continue to search for swimming for year 6.

Continue to have a swimming gala.

Employ coaches to take children to competitions.


Monitor the number of children in year 3 + who take part in an after-school sports club. Survey children about other clubs they would like.



Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

Please complete all of the below*:

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?


What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?


What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?

100 %

Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?







Academic Year: 2017/18

Total fund allocated: £

Date Updated:


Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

Percentage of total allocation:


School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Children play actively during their lunch and break times.


















Club set up specifically to encourage children to become active at break time.







Staff to teach PE 2 hours, increasing the level of activity for every child.





Boccia and Rainbow Dash for all at Lavington




A and G at Lavington





Early Years increase use of wheeled equipment.





Early Years to have access to sports equipment all year.


Train and set up a timetable of children to play games at lunchtime.


Purchase equipment for step counting challenges at break time.


Supply Huff and Puff equipment for playtimes.


Employ play-maker coaches for lunchtime once a week.


Staff timetabled to use special sports resources on 2 other days a week, to encourage active participation of the children.




Change for life club run by coaches all year. Set up club with selected children.


Give children a ‘Free club’ token to take part in after school clubs.




















Purchase Rabo Chariot.



Level and concrete small area for sports play.


Purchase outdoor balance and shooting equipment




























































Percentage of infants that say they play with play leaders at break times.

Observation of children actively running and playing with equipment – observed at break time…

% of children who said they played with equipment at break time on survey monkey.

Number of children who take part in play maker activities and staff lead sports.

Number of children taking part in sporting activities at break time observed – Sedentary –

Active -



Child conferencing reveals their enjoyment of the club and voluntary participation every week.

Children join an after-school club, as offered.

Children observed at break time choosing active games.


Staff provide planning / timetables to show they are teaching 2 hours of physical education a week.



Children attend course and talk to pe Coordinator about the impact on them.


Children attend course and talk to Coordinator about the impact on them.



Children observed using the chariot and equipment.


















Staff visit other schools to see what they are doing to encourage play at break time.
















Children begin to research other activities that they could bring to the playground.







Research doing the daily mile at other schools.














Possible painting of race track on the playground.











Total % of spend


Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Percentage of total allocation:


School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Children are trained in how to encourage others and are given the title of House Captain and Sports Leaders.





School to run a sports tournament, in which children can participate in netball and football matches against other schools.







Children to all have the opportunity to attend a sports event held at another school or sports club.






Children to dress safely and sensibly for PE.




Level the school playing field so that it can be used safely for school sporting events.






Purchase badges for children to wear.







Purchase cups and medals, paint lines, set up refreshments, employ coaches to run teams.








Membership to Lavington Sports Partnership.


Pay staff to organise and attend festivals.


Transport to festivals.


Children to wear a PE uniform, house colours, black shorts/tracksuit and school PE Hoodie and trainers.



Arrange for quotes for levelling the school sports field.


Arrange for works to take place to improve the surface of the school field.











































Total spent £818


Children to feel pride in their role and equipped to help others to be more active.






Children feel pride in representing their school. Inspired to continue to play in a sport that they have enjoyed.

This will be collated by seeing who has played for a club out of school and pupil conferencing.












Children understand that wearing the correct PE clothing is important when undertaking sporting activities.


School sports field is level and safe for competitive sports – pot holes removed, drainage improved.




Letter sent to parents to inform them of the PE uniform.

Children to receive a letter when they wear incorrect uniform.


























On-going repairs by ground staff.






Total % of spend




Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Percentage of total allocation:


School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:



Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

Coaching of children to improve childrens’ skills and staff confidence in teaching P.E.





















Employ sports coaches to work with staff and children to improve the coaching of the children and the teachers.













Lead teacher to attend course at Lavington School on differentiation.


Staff meeting to disseminate knowledge of equipment for differentiation.


Year 1 and 2 teachers to team teach with a cricket coach from Potterne Cricket Club.





PE leader to team teach with year 3 and 4 staff at the swimming pool and help plan swimming lessons.













Year 5 teacher to team teach leadership skills with Lavington Lead Teacher Chris Ferris.

















£145 supply for staff attendance to course.


£50 new PE equipment for differentiation.











£145 supply.
























Total spent



Children’s enjoyment of lessons – sport survey.


Staff confidence surveyed.


Children meeting the expected standard, is increasing during the year.


Staff to receive planning and advice from coaches, to continue the lessons the coach has prepared, for the staff.



Staff now use a range of equipment and simple strategies to encourage all children in their lessons.





Improve the knowledge and understanding of teaching cricket.

Staff note down the warm ups, drills, games and coaching tips that the coach uses.

Teachers to be provided with supportive materials to plan lessons, including example lesson plans.


Staff to enjoy and feel confident when teaching Swimming.


Children’s swimming improves, records kept by teacher details this.




Identified sedentary children children take part in an activity.

Staff to receive feedback from coaches about the levels the children are performing in each sport.





PE subject Leader to identify any staff who need further support and to provide appropriate professional learning.












Staff use notes for the future.







Class teachers to support one another and lead the planning.














Staff devise opportunities and competitions with children to lead play in the junior playground and infant playground when they are in year 6.




Total % of spend











Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Percentage of total allocation:


School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:



Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:


Additional achievements:

Continue to provide a broad range of sporting opportunities.





















Equal access to sport provided to all children.





All Children to be able to swim 25m by year 6.












Children attend:

Adapted sports day at Lavington

Boccia at Devizes School

Rainbow Shower Event at Lavington

G and T event at Lavington School.

At least one other event at Lavington School.



Range of after school clubs offered by school are: judo, netball, football, multi skills, Zumba and Archery.


Range of teaching offered by staff and coaches – small ball games, large ball games, athletics, gymnastics and dance.



Additional support given to those who have SEN.




Children attend swimming lessons at Dauntseys’ School.


Year 6 who swim less than 25m to receive specialist swimming teaching.


All Year 5 children to receive Safe Self Rescue swimming teaching at Dauntseys’:




£145 supply










£1512 Football coaches










£ 578












(as per swimming above)







Total spent












Children can talk about the different sports they like and make informed choices about which sport/s suits them best.






60% attendance at sports clubs in the juniors.










SEN children are able to access PE and swimming sessions.



Records kept by staff of the current levels of children in the School Swimming Charter Levels.



Records kept by swim teachers detail who can swim 25m and what further support they are given.


Children know how to help themselves and others when they are in water.


Staff and coaches to give out leaflets, sign posting children to clubs that may suit certain children.







Survey children about what sporting activities or equipment they would like in the future.





























Total % of spend


Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation:


School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:



Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

All children take part in a level 1 school event, giving them the opportunity to apply their skills and understanding.





Children are given opportunities through club sound class teaching to take part in level 2 inter school competition.








Children have an end of topic inter house competition with sports coaches.

Children take part in school sports day and swimming gala.




A and B Teams go to

competitions – Rugby, football, netball, cricket, tennis, hockey.

All children have a whole class invitation, to one event at Lavington School.


All children go to Lavington for a festival in the school year.



Children to attend school sports tournament at their own school


Pay entry to netball league









Already detailed above.






Already Detailed above.



Already detailed above.





Total spent £35

All children take part in a school level and inter school competition.


Assessments made during competitions are recorded by staff.


Children’s events are written up in the newsletter for all parents.





Children aspire to playing in competitions – pupil conferencing.





Children enjoy competitive sport.

Children take home stickers / certificates to raise the profile of the events.


Children are presented in assembly with certificates to inspire proceeding years.



















Total 1% of spend