Perrymount Primary School

Sports Premium 2017 – 2018

Physical Education is an integral part of teaching and learning at Perrymount Primary School. Pupils learn the importance of health and fitness, along with the importance of developing healthy & active lifestyles, through the core areas of Dance, Gymnastics and Games.   Outdoor and Adventurous Activity and Athletics are also taught.

All children receive a minimum of 2 hours of P.E. per week.

Swimming is a key feature in the PE curriculum, as it is also a life skill. 2 classes currently take part in swimming lessons annually.

The PE and Sport premium introduced by the government in 2013 (£150 million per year across all schools), is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils by providing additional funding. This funding (which is ring-fenced) is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and is being allocated to primary schools across the country.

This premium, which was initially introduced for 3 years, has since been extended and increased due to the continuing need to raise the physical activity of children.

The additional premium has allowed the school to continue it’s involvement in the school sports partnership, which offers competitive sporting opportunities for all age groups.

While recognising the importance of competitive sport, the emphasis is placed on participation and ensuring that all children have access to a broad and balanced PE curriculum, so hopefully recognising the importance of of physical activity while  developing lifelong enjoyment of physical activity.

IMPACT of Sports Premium

The consistent participation in the sports partnership over recent years has resulted in improved performance in team sports.

  • In 2016/17 the Girls and Boys football teams both won their respective tournaments.
  • The mixed basketball team won their partnership tournament and went on to become borough champions.
  • 97% of year 6 pupils left school able to swim 25 metres, with some having worked on personal survival skills.

The additional funding has helped to improve the playground environment by providing a range of activities that promote physical activity, development & strength.

Girls, across a range of ages, have regularly participated in football tournaments through school club links developed.

Record of Sports Grant spending by item/project 2017/18 – Total Budget £10,413
Item/project Cost Objective Outcome
To buy into the Bronze (Gold no longer available) service of the Lewisham Sports Partnership Programme £1200 Raise the profile of competitive sport through regular intra and inter school competitions.

All children to have the opportunity to take part in competitive sports

Termly intra-school competitions participated in by whole school

Children able to measure performance

 

Annual inter -school tournaments and festivals attended by a range of ages, across a variety of sports at a variety of venues

Payment towards cost of maintaining two classes at swimming. £2655 Swimming regularly over an extended  period to allow children to achieve the 25m standard

 

Children to have  time to become confident and capable swimmers

All but 1 child achieved the 25 m standard at the end of y6 16/17

 

Children lacking self-confidence had time to become confident enough to become swimmers

 

More able swimmers developed improved technique and endurance

Girls only Football coaching £1420 Specific coaching  for girls with a professional female coach extended across more age groups. To encourage girls to participate in physical activity in a positive environment with good role model. Girls joining local girls football team & continuing in sport

 

Participation in Inter-school tournaments

Build on previous success by developing skills

Towards the cost and installation of traversing wall in playground.

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£4000 +

(£5000 – raised by parent governor from TESCO)

To provide additional and alternative physical activity opportunities at playtimes Children will develop improved coordination skills & problem solving, increase physical strength, particularly providing opportunities to use upper body
Boys lunchtime football coaching £800 To provide additional structured physical activity for lunchtime with a professional coach Boys will be able to develop & improve skills and techniques in football while improving physical fitness.
Install  permanent orienteering plaques around site £338 To facilitate the teaching of orienteering in PE

– Add to the playground environment

Children will develop an improved understanding of location, direction and mapping

 

 

 

Sports Premium 2015 – 2016

Physical Education is an integral part of teaching and learning in Perrymount Primary School. All children receive a minimum of 2 hours of PE per week.

The Government has provided additional funding of provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools.

This funding (which is ring-fenced) is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and is being allocated to primary schools across the country.

Record of Sports Grant spending by item/project 2014/15 – Total Budget £8,644
Item/project Cost Objective Outcome
To buy into the gold service of the Lewisham Sports Programme £3000 Raise the profile of PE through regular intra and inter school competitions.

All children to have the opportunity to take part in competitive sports.

Targeted  CPD support for staff

Whole school took part in speed bounce / skipping and chest push inter school competitions.

Groups of children took part in sporting festivals.

Teachers trained in further gymnastic skills.

Providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE and sport £800 Teachers released to work with professional gymnastic coaches to improve own practice. Children have improved gymnastic teaching and safe use of all apparatus.
Girls only Football coaching at lunchtime. £1200 Specific club for girls on a Friday with a professional  female coach to encourage and improve football skills. Club well attended and formed girls football team that competed against other schools and won a tournament against local schools
Purchase of sporting equipment for playtime £1000 Purchase of equipment to encourage children to play a variety of sports at lunchtime. Increased use of lunchtime equipment specifically to encourage children to try different sports.
To increase swimming allocation. £2644 To raise the swimming profile to three groups per year. Very successful had to extend to using two pools as children progressed onto higher level achievements

Perrymount Primary School

Sports Premium 2016 – 2017

Physical Education is an integral part of teaching and learning in Perrymount Primary School. All children receive a minimum of 2 hours of PE per week.

The Government has provided additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools.

This funding (which is ring-fenced) is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and is being allocated to primary schools across the country.

Record of Sports Grant spending by item/project 2016/17 – Total Budget £8,960
Item/project Cost Objective Outcome
To buy into the Bronze (Gold no longer available) service of the Lewisham Sports Programme £1000 Raise the profile of PE through regular intra and inter school competitions.

All children to have the opportunity to take part in competitive sports.

 

Payment towards cost of maintaining two classes at swimming. £1,214 Swimming for a longer period to allow for more stamina and distance swimming – to aid swimming ability and
Girls only Football coaching at lunchtime. £1,200 Specific club for girls on with a professional female coach. To build upon previous success.
Purchase and installation of monkey bars in new playground. £2,276 Purchase of equipment to encourage children to develop a different type of strength and agility.
Towards the cost of building the cage to ensure more ball sports can occur at lunchtime. £3,000 To allow ball sports to be played both in playground and sports

 

 

Contact Perrymount Primary School

At Perrymount we want to make it easy for you to get in touch. You can contact Miss M Coore-Hamilton on email admin@perrymount.lewisham.sch.uk by Phone on 020 8699 4522 or write to us at Perrymount School, Sunderland Road, SE23 2PX. Or why not tweet us on @perrymountpri

School Timings

Nursery
Morning 08.45 to 11.45
Afternoon 12.30 to 15.30
Full time (30 hours) 08.45 to 15.30
School day 08.55 to 15.30
Breakfast club 08.00 to 08.45
Lunchtime 12.15 - 13.30
After school clubs 15.45 - 16.45
Wrap Around Care(Peartree) 15.30 to 18.00

School Office 020 8699 4522

Email admin@perrymount.lewisham.sch.uk

Perrymount Primary School,
Sunderland Road, Forest Hill,
London, SE23 2PX

Head Teacher Ms Christine Keen

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