Sports Premium

Active for Life!

‘At Calshot we aim to ensure that all pupils become physically literate and possess the knowledge, skills and motivation to enable them to experience a healthy lifestyle and have a lifelong engagement in physical activity and sport.’

 

Sport Premium Funding (2017/2018) - £9798

 

How we Spent the Money Last Year

  • subscribing to Kingsbury Sports College (support and training for new P.E. leader, participation in a range of inter-school competitions and support with strategic direction of P.E.)
  • employing a ‘Supercoach’ (modern apprentice) who organises outdoor games during the lunchtime break with Reception, KS1 and KS2 pupils; supports teachers with the delivery of Physical Education lessons in the afternoons; organises outdoor games at the After School Club; supports the delivery of after school sporting clubs and supports the school football team during training sessions and competitions against other schools
  • providing support (transport) to allow a range of pupils to compete in inter-school competitions including athletics, multi-skills, tennis, football, netball and much more
  • training Year 5 Playleaders, who are selected following a stringent application process, to support KS1 and Reception pupils during the lunchtime break (training obtained through the Kingsbury Sport Partnership) 

Impact 

  • the P.E. leader has received high quality leadership training to support her in the management and leadership of this area of the curriculum
  • Reception, KS1 and KS2 pupils engage in a wider range of structured sporting activities at lunchtimes because these are organised and led by the ‘Supercoach’
  • teachers across the school are supported by the ‘Supercoach’ to deliver PE lessons, which encourage a higher level of engagement and activity, as a result of the more favourable teacher/pupil ratio
  • After School Club pupils engage in a greater level of structured sporting and physical activities because these are organised and led by the ‘Supercoach’
  • KS1 and KS2 pupils engage in a greater level of sporting and physical activity because of the higher level of involvement in inter-school competitions
  • Reception and KS1 pupils engage in a higher level of structured sporting and physical activities during lunchtimes because of the leadership qualities of the Year 5 Playleaders
  • KS1 and KS2 pupils participate in a range of after school sporting activities because the school provides a wide range of clubs, including Streetdance, Cricket, Football (boys and girls), Hockey, Multi-Skills and many more (this year 105 pupils have engaged regularly in after school sporting clubs – 29% of pupils)

How we Intend to Spend the Money this Year

  • through collaboration with ‘SportsPlus’, employing a sporting coach who organises outdoor games during the lunchtime break with Reception, KS1 and KS2 pupils, supports teachers with the delivery of Physical Education lessons in the afternoons (including the modelling of effective swimming coaching) and organises the delivery of after school sporting clubs
  • providing support (transport) to allow a range of pupils to compete in inter-school competitions including athletics, multi-skills, tennis, football, netball and much more
  • training Year 5 Playleaders, who are selected following a stringent application process, to support KS1 and Reception pupils during the lunchtime break (training obtained through the Kingsbury Sport Partnership)

The school achieved the Sainsbury’s School Games Award (Silver Level) in the Autumn Term 2014 in recognition of our efforts to encourage sport.