Sport

 

Sport and exercise are fundamental to our wellbeing and development as people, and PE is a subject in which all children deserve to have the highest-quality education. At Lew Trenchard Primary School pupils learn vital skills such as teamwork, collective responsibility, discipline, determination, or even simply how to enjoy and benefit from physical exercise.

‘It is fantastic to see a school where every child is willing to have a go at taking part in sport.’

A. Herdman , Athletics and OCRA coach.

Lew Trenchard Cross Country 2014

Castle Drogo

Winners of Lew TrenchardCross Country Event hosted at Lewdown Cricket Club plus winners of small schools’ trophy at Castle Drogo.

 

 

cross country 2015                                                                               

Year 3/4 winners of West Devon Cross Country Event April 2015          

 

Lew Trenchard C of E Primary School PE Funding

 

Our Aim at Lew Trenchard Primary School

We want our children to be happy, to be confident and to enjoy coming to school. We want to enable our children to be healthy, active and successful learners with high aspirations whilst developing tolerance and respect for others in the local and in the wider community.

 

Primary PE and School Sport Premium

The funding comes from three government departments: DfE, Department for Health and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport

 

  1. Objectives including links to School Improvement Plan and School Overview
  2. Provision Planning 2013-2014
  3. Impact of provision 2013-2014

 

Objectives in Spending

  • Improving quality and breadth of PE in school
  • Enhanced school sport provision
  • Increasing participation in PE and sport to ensure Healthy Lifestyles for all children
  • Provide the inspiration and links needed to enjoy sport at out-of-school clubs in the community

 

Links to School Improvement Plan 2014-2015

 

  1. High Quality Curriculum –Part of this strand was to use the £8000+ ‘Olympic Legacy’ funding to upgrade equipment and to upskill staff. The wider aim is to strengthen high quality PE within the curriculum and beyond.

 

  1. Wider School Provision – a major part of this focus is on developing a healthy lifestyle for the children of the school. The school has achieved the Devon Happiness and Well Being Award and has also started a breakfast club to encourage a healthy balanced diet. The school recognises that exercise is equally important as a nutritional diet.

 

 

Overview of the school

 

Number of pupils and PE premium funding received
Sept 2013-August 2014£8280
Amount of PE premium received per school £8000.00 per year
Amount of PE premium received per pupil £5.00
Sept 2013-March 2014 April 2014 – August 2014
Total amount received £5138 £3142

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Provision Planning 2013 -2014
Intervention/provision Description Targeted audience Budget
Training and Development joint with Okehampton Learning Community Excellence in Primary Physical Education OCRA and Devon PEDPASS Key staff  including teachers, TA’s plus volunteer parents. £822
£1560
Professional CPD for teachers and teaching assistants Up skilling the workforce: progression in teaching and learning e.g. high 5 netball , Cricket Skills, Supply cover @variable rates Teachers and teaching assistants
Professional CPD for meal time assistants Up skilling the workforce: encouraging and enabling more active playOvertime costs for MTAs
Professional CPD for teachers teaching assistants (EYFS) Early years – leap into life 2 sessions supply cover EYFS (LB, BD,LMc)
Evaluation of Provision Impact on Children in School
·   School commitment to ‘Happiness and Well-Being Award in conjunction with Devon County compliments focus on healthy lifestyles.·   PE Curriculum revised to suit the new curriculum and gaps in staff skills addressed by joint sessions with OCRA staff.·   Staff CPD (OCRA) and  ‘Chance to Shine Initiative’ has raised the profile of Physical Activity and Health in the school·   Empowered staff  to employ physical activity into different aspects of the school day ie dance in literacy, aerobic activity in science, outdoor activities using local woods and countryside.. ·   All pupils (except YR) receive expert swimming lessons during the year for half a term. Previously not fundable on this scale every year.·   All pupils take part in outdoor activities in summer term when parts of the curriculum are devoted to outdoor activities, some led by teachers and some lead by Outdoor education specialists.·   Children’s progress more closely monitored and steps provided to improve their attainment using OCRA guidelines and systems.·   Awareness of the importance of healthy lifestyles has increased as well as a better understanding of the impact of exercise on the body.·   More children participating in more activity (both formal and informal)
Beyond the school
Schools Festivals Programme Year group themed festivals e.g. Y3 gymnastics, Y5 hockey (see OLC calendar) (PE development) All children £150 (sports dev)
Competitive Games (West Devon)Swimming Galas at Launceston and Okehampton.Wide range of cross country events both within OLC and beyond such as Bude, Castle Drogo, Princetown etc Access to programme of competition potentially leading to County Level games (see West Devon calendar)(PE development) All children £100(sports dev)
Inter school matchesHalwill Football Tournament for 2 age groups – boys and girls Football and netball matches with local schools – transport(PE transport) School teams (open to all children) £350
Evaluation of Provision Impact on Children in School
·   All year groups participated in sporting festivals with other schools in the learning community, at different times in the school year·   Majority of KS2 participated in an extensive competitions programme in a range of different sports and formats.·   School took part in 2 major events outside the OLC area. Bude Lifeboat Run and Tavistock 13 Primary Challenge. Staff encouragement – one teacher ran full half marathon at Tavy 13 event whilst 3 staff  members ran 10km race at Bude. ·   All children met other children from different schools, learning both to collaborate with and compete against and with new people.·   Children were able to engage in known and new activities challenges.·   Children’s knowledge of different tactics for different sports or activities increased.·   More than 20 children took place in Sunday event at Tavy 13 with massive parental support. More than 30% of children attend cross country club.
School Intervention
Funfit Programme of intervention for children who find physical activity difficult/to develop gross motor skills Selected children (SEN/SBS)
Extension Of OCRA into KS1/EYFS Hiring specialist sports coaches to provide enrichment sports activities, to ,work alongside teachers/teaching assistants(PE OCRA) All EYFS and KS1 children £1495
Young Sports Leaders Y6 trained to lead games and active play for younger children at lunchtimes Y6 and KS1 children OCRA
Evaluation of Provision Impact on Children in School
·   Through good relations between the school, community clubs and parents, inactive groups and individual children were identified and strategies employed to engage them in formal/informal physical activities.·   KS1 children identified as requiring specialist subject specific teaching to run alongside the teacher delivered ‘Leap into Life’ sessions·   Training and provision made for selected Year 6 children to lead playtime activities with KS1children ·   Yes Tor children  taking part in early morning activities·   Attainment of KS1 children in PE raised and further participation in sporting activity sort by this group of children.·   Many children receiving Funfit intervention passed through the programme, especially those from KS2.

 

·   100% of KS1 children active at playtimes either through organised activity with Yr 6 children or using play equipment provided by play leader MTA.
Extra-curricular
Extension Of Sporting World to provide an after school club for KS1 Hiring specialist sports coaches to provide enrichment sports activities KS1 children Included in cost above
OCRA after school club An after school physical activity club with activities/sports chosen by the children Y5 and 6 children £100
OCRA led training Volunteers trained to deliver clubs and increase engagement in local sports Tag rugby (PE CPD) EB, WC (parent volunteers) Children £70.00
Evaluation of Provision Impact on Children in School
·   KS1 children identified as a particular group uncatered for by school and community clubs. As a result Sporting World provision was extended to incorporate after school activity.·   After school club provided by OCRA offered in summer term on Thursday afternoons  at local cricket club· ·   Greater number of children taking up places at school and community sports clubs especially Year 1, 2, 3 and 4.·   Number of places available at clubs increased with priority given to those children previously identified as inactive.
Resources
Gym matsFootball goals ,new balls, kit and other equipment needed to widen range of activities offered See list in file for more details All children £1686
Active play equipment (MTA planned) All children
Evaluation of Provision Impact on Children in School
·   Gym mats and storage rack purchased and delivered. Better quality mats, consistent size.·   Active play equipment purchased and used every lunchtime in the playground and field. Sports clothing for inter school competitions.· ·   Rack increased area available in hall for PE lessons·   Gym mats mean children can better perform gymnastic routines without compromise.·   More children engaged in active play·
Total                                                                                                                                                                                                                            £6333
PE funding£5138.00
Contribution from school budget share                                                                                                                                                                  £1195

 

 

Percentage of Children in each class participating in Extra-Curricular clubs Academic Year 2013-14

 

Yr 6 – 100%

Yr 5 – 85%

Yr 4 – 85%

Yr 3 – 90%

Yr 2 – 90%

Yr 1 – 73%

 

Physical activity and sport have been a high priority at Lew Trenchard Primary School for several years following on from the schools engagement with the Healthy Schools Award. The additional PE funding has enabled us to enhance and extend what we already do and to become part of a Learning Community Programme of Professional development for all staff.

 

A wide range of PE is delivered, which aims to engage and inspire all pupils. Lessons are taught by class teachers, our subject specialist as well as external providers to ensure high levels of skills coaching as well as inclusive participation.

 

The new PE funding supports one teaching session for each class, once a week with the Sports Coach. It has also enabled us to improve the quality of our PE equipment including the purchase of new gymnastic mats.

 

The school is committed to giving every child the opportunity to learn to swim and the school heavily subsidies swimming lessons and transport to the local swimming pool with trained instructors. The rural nature of our school and the lack of good transport mean that many parents would be unable to provide this opportunity for their children. All or children have a course of swimming lessons each year from Year 1 to year 6.

 

 

The pupils enjoy ‘themed’ activity days including Sports Relief 9 Circuit challenge and run a mile), Sports day (well attended by families) and World Cup day. The school has hosted a cross country event for other small schools and 25 children from Lew Trenchard took part. The youngest child was in Y1!.

 

All classes from year 1 have the opportunity to attend sports festivals within the Local learning community at least once a year

 

More able athletes are challenged by the range of opportunities in West Devon through competitions.In some cases this has led to children joining local clubs such as Tavistock Athletics Club, Okehampton Otters Swimming Club and Plymouth Argyle sponsored football training. Less able children are supported through our Fun Fit sessions held four times a week. Currently 7 children attend Fun Fit and last term 2 children left due to meeting all their targets.

 

Our extra-curricular programme is extensive and includes after school clubs, and intra-school and inter school competition. The majority of after school clubs are run by committed teaching staff or local sports clubs and are free of charge. We have extremely strong links with the local cricket, football and hockey clubs as well as OCRA (Okehampton community and recreation Association) Some additional clubs such as table tennis, led by external providers, have been introduced which parents pay for and these are very well attended. Staff have taken a major lead in encouraging sporting participation particularly in running, cycling and cricket. More than 20 children have taken part in the Tavy 13 Primary Challenge in the last 2 years when they run a mile a week for 12 weeks before running the 13th mile at Tavistock College during the Tavistock Half Marathon event on a Sunday in March. Two teachers have actually taken part in the 13 mile race to showcase an actve lifestyle. A similar number of children took part in the Bude Lifeboat Charity Run in the summer whilst 3 staff members ran the adult 10 km race.

 

We train our older children to become Young Sports leaders and they run lunchtime active sessions for younger children to develop physical skills and a love of games. In September 2013 we reorganised our lunchtimes to include the introduction of a lunchtime assistant with responsibility for playground games and equipment. She has overseen the purchase of playtime specific toys and games.

 

The school monitors participation in active clubs. In the academic year 2013-14 70% of pupils attended at least one active after school club and 35% take part in an active club out of school. Those pupils that do not take part in an organised sporting activity often cycle, skate and/or walk to school. Teachers actively encourage those not attending after school clubs to find alternative ways to develop healthy lifestyles. We promote local clubs and holiday activities via our newsletter and distribution of flyers. We have recently started a Ju-Jitsu Club at school on Saturday mornings which has attracted 15 children and some interested parents.

 

 

 

 

Provision Planning April 2014 -2015
Intervention/provision Description Targeted audience Budget
Training and Development joint with Okehampton Learning Community OCRA and Devon PEDPASS All staff (details below) £2220

 

 

Professional CPD for teachers and teaching assistants Up skilling the workforce: progression in teaching and learninge.g. high 5 netball (TE) Supply cover @variable rates Teachers and teaching assistants                  £450
Professional CPD for meal time assistants Up skilling the workforce: encouraging and enabling more active playOvertime costs for MTAs
Professional CPD for teachers and teaching assistants (EYFS) Early years – leap into life 2 sessions supply cover EYFS (LB, BD, LMc)
PE Specialist/school leader  Head 0.5 day a month TW £1000
Beyond the school
Schools Festivals Programme Year group themed festivals e.g. Y3 gymnastics, Y5 hockey (see OLC calendar) (PE development) All children £200.00
Competitive Games (West Devon) plus St. Petrocs, Whitchurch, Princetown and Bude Cross Country Races. Tavy 13 Primary Challenge Access to programme of competition potentially leading to County Level games (see West Devon calendar)(PE development) All children £200.00
Inter school matches and Halwill Football Tournament Football and netball matches with local schools – transport(PE transport) School teams (open to all £400.00
School Intervention
Funfit Programme of intervention for children who find physical activity difficult/to develop gross motor skills Selected children (SEN/SBS)
Extension Of OCRA into KS1/EYFS Hiring specialist sports coaches to provide enrichment sports activities, to ,work alongside teachers/teaching assistants All EYFS and KS1 children £1000.00
Young Sports Leaders Y6 trained to lead games and active play for younger children at lunchtimes Y6 and KS1 children
Extra-curricular
OCRA after school club An after school physical activity club with activities/sports chosen by the children Y5 and 6 children School fund
Club contingency Additional staffing where needed All children £100.00
Resources
PE equipment See attached list All children £2300.000
Swimming
Swimming Tuition and transport subsidy All children £900.00
Total £8770.00
PE funding £8280.00
Contribution from school budget share £490.00

 

Percentage of Children in each class participating in School Based Extra-Curricular clubs Academic Year 2014-15

 

Yr 6 –89%

Yr 5 – 100%

Yr 4 – 90%

Yr 3 – 100%

Yr 2 – 87%

Yr 1 – 45%

Life Boat Under 16 Running Race 2014.

                                                                                 

                                                                                                  

 

 

 

                           

              Year 2 Multi Skills 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                    Boasleycross Cross Country 2014

                                                                                    Boasleycross Cross Country 2013

                                                                                                        

Orienteering Festival 2014

 

 Mount House Cross Country Team 2014

Mount_House_cross_country_photo_17th_March_2014

 

 

 

Cricket tournament 2013

Lew Trenchard receiving  trophies for the top batter and bowler.

 

 

 

 

 

Sports day 2013

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Our Swimming Team 2013.

Dance

Crosscountry

Sports Day 2011