Welbeck Primary School Sports and PE Funding

2020-2021 Summer Progress Report

Welbeck Primary recognises the importance of PE and sport. The development of PE has been enhanced by the additional Sugar Tax funding over the past three years. This money has been a key element in providing the pupils at Welbeck with the very best education in PE.

Sports funding allocated by the Government has been used to:

  • Fund the salary cost of our specialist sports coach who works with classes throughout EYFS, KS1 and KS2 for 2.5 days a week.
  • Develop staff CPD in PE through team-teaching and staff insets led by specialist sports coach.
  • Provide extra-curricular sports activities for KS2 during Thursday and Friday lunchtimes
  • Provide after-school clubs for KS1 and KS2 pupils in athletics, agility, cricket, tennis and football.
  • Fund supply cover for a teacher to take groups of children to take part in a School Sports ambassadors Programme and participate in inter-school competitions.
  • Provide equipment and resources for PE and sport across all key stages.

 

Monitoring

The Senior Leadership Team and PE subject leader regularly review the impact of sports funding throughout the term and monitor its impact on pupils. We promote team-teaching alongside the sports specialist coach in order to develop staff teaching skills, subject knowledge and confidence in delivering high quality PE and games.

 

Impact

There are now more opportunities for children to participate in sport than ever before. Our school offers a wide range of after school clubs for all age groups. In addition to this we are now participating in regular local competitions which offers children the opportunity to compete against other children. Welbeck Primary placed 20th out of 80 schools in the Nottingham City Primary School Participation Table (before COVID restrictions impacted competition schedules 2020-2021). All of this provision has meant that our children show a great deal of enthusiasm and enjoyment for sport and PE, whilst also developing their resilience and sportsmanship.

 

COVID lockdown 2020-21

During the past year in which COVID restrictions were in place and schools closed in Spring term (4th January to 8th March), Welbeck continued to provide high quality PE provision through our specialist sports coach for all Key Worker and Vulnerable children through PE lessons. As school children returned, normal timetables resumed ensuring consistent provision of high quality PE for all children on return to school.

 

During 2020-21

  • 100% of KS1 and KS2 children participated in a competition across the year 2020-2021.
  • 67% pupils in Year 5 and Year 6 participated in inter-school competition
  • 64% pupils in Year 5 and Year 6 accessed Sports Club
  • 69% Year 4 pupils accessed a sports club
  • 100% Year 3 pupils accessed Tennis Club
  • 60% Year 2 pupils accessed Sports Club

 

Welbeck Primary has attended 2 Sports competitions in 2020-21.  Previous successes in competition have been:

  • Runners Up in the Meadows Cup
  • Competed in the Nottingham City Schools Football League
  • In the summer term 2019 Welbeck was recognised for its commitment to sports and achieved the Gold Sport Games Award.

Swimming

swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres: 56% (only 16% of pupils able to attend swimming lessons externally due to pool closures)
Use a range of strokes effectively: 64%
Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations: 93%

In 2021-2022, we will continue to provide high quality provision of PE and Sport in school and will explore all avenues and opportunities for fulfilling competitive events in house/different locations.

PE Impact Statement 2020-2021

Welbeck Primary School Sports and PE Funding  2019-2020  Summer Progress Report

Welbeck Primary recognises the importance of PE and sport. The development of PE has been enhanced by the additional Sugar Tax funding over the past two years. This money has been a key element in providing the pupils at Welbeck with the very best education in PE.

Sports funding allocated by the Government has been used to:

  • Fund the salary cost of our specialist sports coach who works with classes throughout EYFS, KS1 and KS2 for 2.5 days a week.
  • Develop staff CPD in PE through team-teaching and staff insets led by specialist sports coach.
  • Provide extra-curricular sports activities for KS2 pupils during Thursday and Friday lunchtimes.
  • Provide after-school clubs for KS1 and KS2 pupils in athletics, agility, cricket, tennis and football.
  • Fund supply cover for teachers to take groups of children to participate in a School Sports ambassadors Programme and participate in inter-school competitions.
  • Provide equipment and resources for PE and sport across all key stages.

Monitoring

The Senior Leadership Team and PE subject leader regularly review the impact of sports funding throughout the term and monitor its impact on pupils. We promote team-teaching alongside the sports specialist coach in order to develop staff teaching skills, subject knowledge and confidence in delivering high quality PE and games.

Impact

There are now more opportunities for children to participate in sport than before. Our school offers a wide range of after school clubs for all age groups. In addition to this we are now participating in regular local competitions which offers our children the opportunity to compete against other children. Welbeck Primary placed 20thout of 80 schools in the Nottingham City Primary School Participation Table. All of this provision has meant that our children show a great deal of enthusiasm and enjoyment for sport and PE, whilst also developing their resilience and sportsmanship.

COVID lockdown

During the COVID lockdown (March to June 2020) Welbeck continued to provide high quality PE provision through our specialist sports coach for all Key Worker and Vulnerable children through PE lessons and stand-alone ‘Sports Days’. Our Sports Coach provided targeted provision to children struggling with diet and fitness and mentored children through PE based activities. As the whole school children returned on 29thJune, normal timetables resumed ensuring consistent provision of high quality PE for all children on return to school.

Due to many activities being cancelled due to Covid-19, Spring and Summer Sport Participation is lower than in previous years.

30% KS1 and KS2 children participated in a competition across the year 2019-2020

50% of KS1 and KS2 children have attended an extra-curricular sports club across the year.

Welbeck Primary has attended 12 Sports competitions or events throughout the year. Successes in these competitions have been:

  • Runners Up in the Meadows Cup
  • Competed in the Nottingham City Schools Football League
  • In the summer term, Welbeck Primary School was recognised for its commitment to sports, and achieved the Gold Sport Games Award.

In 2020-2021, we will continue to provide high quality provision of PE and Sport in school and will look into ways of fulfilling competitive events in house.

PE and Sport Impact 2019-2020