PE Premium at Robinsfield
At Robinsfield Infant School PE and School Sport play a very important role. We believe that taking part in physical activity not only keeps children fit and healthy but also contributes to their holistic development.
We encourage everyone to be physically active, whether this involves walking, scooting or cycling to school, getting active at play times or taking part in sporting clubs after school. We are proud of our achievements and hold a Gold Accreditation for Healthy Schools London.
In 2017/2018 we plan to use our PE Premium (currently £3,548) for:
- To give all children in the school access to specialist PE provision to enhance their learning of a particular area of PE.
- To provide training for teachers with our PE specialist to ensure the quality of PE teaching remains at a high standard across the school.
- To provide high quality equipment for every sport to match the standard of teaching across the curriculum.
- To give all children the opportunity to learn to ride a bike before leaving Robinsfield. This will be provided within the school day by a trained member of school staff.
In 2016/2017 we used our PE Premium (of £2,500) for:
- All Year 2 children had the opportunity to learn to ride a bike with stabilisers before leaving Robinsfield. This was provided within the school day by a trained member of school staff.
- All children in Year 2 had the opportunity to learn basic swimming skills. Children were taken to Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre Swimming Pool where they were taught in differentiated groups by trained swimming instructors.
- The newly appointed Teaching and Learning Lead provided new members of staff with training and support in the teaching of PE. All PE teaching was monitored to ensure the consistency of at least good PE provision across the school.
Impacts of PE Premium in 2016/2017:
- All year 2 children were able to ride a bike by the end of the academic year and all had several opportunities to practise their skills during outdoor PE lessons.
- Year 2 children were taught in 5 differentiated swimming groups to learn both the basics and more advanced swimming skills.
- Through the work our Teaching and Learning lead conducted in conjunction with P.E. specialists we deployed to work with all year groups we ensured that children received consistently good to outstanding P.E. provision across all phases of school.
- The delivery of a weekly half hour Yoga session by a trained Yoga instructor for Key Stage 1, moving to Early Years Foundation Stage in the future. This will be planned and delivered with teachers and will meet the following requirements of the National Curriculum: developing fundamental movement skills, becoming increasingly competent and confident, extending their agility, balance and coordination, individually and with others.
- To provide teachers with further CPD for teaching Dance lessons and to develop a new Dance scheme of work.
- To provide training for a Newly Qualified Teacher with our PE specialist to ensure the quality of PE teaching remains at a high standard across the school.
Impacts of PE Premium in 2015/2016:
- All children engaged with weekly Yoga sessions linked to other areas of the National Curriculum.
- Developing children’s ‘fundamental movement skills’ is now the focus of PE lessons, taught through different sports and activities.
- Newly Qualified Teacher received training and advice from our PE specialist and Healthy Schools Lead ensuring the quality of PE teaching continues to be at least good across the school.
- Attitudes towards Sports and PE continue to be high, evident from our Pupil Questionnaire.
- Whole school sports day at Regents Park running track celebrated Sports and continued to embed the values of fairness and respect.
In 2014/2015 we used our PE Premium for:
- Providing intensive CPD from our PE specialist to improve the confidence and skills of all teachers.
- Establishing a Sports House system.
- Hosting intra-school sports competitions throughout the school year.
- Embedding values of fairness and respect.
- Strengthen our partnership with Quinton Kynaston Academy.
- Develop strong sports partnership with Barrow Hill Junior School.
Impacts of PE Premium in 2014/2015:
- Teachers reported increased confidence in their PE skills and expertise.
- Teaching of PE lessons improved.
- Positive attitudes towards PE and Sports found from our annual Pupil Questionnaire. 74% of children reported enjoying sport and physical activity and 78% said they enjoy PE lessons.
- House system and intra-school sports competitions increased opportunities for children to compete in a variety of sports and allowed children to develop the values of fairness and respect.
- Sports club set up at Quinton Kynaston Academy, run by their students, gave Year 2 children the opportunity to visit a different setting and take part in a variety of team games.
- Delivery of a lunch time sports club by Barrow Hill students helped to embed values of fairness and respect through team games and increased physical activity during lunch time play.
In 2013/2014 we used our PE Premium for:
- Specialist Support for Teachers from a qualified specialist PE teacher with developing an age appropriate PE curriculum and support with delivering lessons.
- Updated and replenished sporting equipment for hockey, new age curling, gymnastics, athletics, tennis.
- Reorganised sporting equipment and storage for easy accessibility, including visual aids so all members of staff can find and use equipment quickly.
- Offering an increased number of after school Sports Clubs including a ‘Basketball for Girls’ to encourage participation and changing attitudes of girls towards sports.
- Hosting a whole school Sports Day at Regents Park.
Impacts of PE Premium in 2013/2014:
- Achievement of Silver and Gold Accreditation for Healthy Schools
- Partnership with Quinton Kynaston Academy – students hosted after school multi-skills sports club for Robinsfield children.
- Positive attitudes towards PE and Sports found from Pupil Questionnaire. We found 74% of children reported that they enjoy sport and physical activity and 69% reported that they think they are good at sports and physical activity.
- Increase in popularity of after school Sports clubs (all oversubscribed and at full capacity)
- We saw a 48% increase in the number of children taking part in after school sports clubs (47 children in 2012/2013 to 71 children in 2013/2014)