Our Vision for Primary PE and Sport Premium
All pupils leaving Trythall Primary School will be physically fit with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to equip them for a healthy active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
Our objective is to ensure that the use of pupil premium will help progress towards our vision in a long-lasting way.
our Aims are to improve:
the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity.
the profile of PE and sport raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
- increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
- broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
- increased participation in competitive sport
Sports Premium Spending 2016-2017
- Coaches deliver games, athletics, and after school sports club. The coaches improve the quality of teaching through expert delivery and staff training.
- Attendance in out of school clubs is encouraged by active links with sports clubs such as Sennen Surf Centre.
- Dance lessons delivered weekly by specialists in the Spring Term for all children.
- Sennen Surf Centre deliver surfing lessons on Thursdays for Key Stage 2 children.
- Amy Wynn works with the children outdoors on Thursdays on gardening and cooking: promoting healthy lifestyles.
- Outdoor developments keep the children fit and healthy. The healthy eating developments linked to gardening programmes continue to improve health and fitness.
- The school minibus is vital for getting children to sports events. The children take part in a wide range of sporting activities in the local area.
- Outdoor Adventurous Actvities. We have excellent opportunities at our bespoke school camps but like to take part in these type of activties throughout the year. Surfing is a weekly event open to all juniors. Moorland expeditions and walks are often linked with the curriculum.
- Amy Wynn delivers a creative environmental /outdoor learning programme.
- Trythall enjoys extraordinary success at chess and there are currently 3 home-grown County Champions attending the school. Chess is an extreme sport in which the mind is developed in the same way as a muscle. Children's resilliance and dytermination to succeed are developed. It has also been suggested that a chess player loses as much weight in a chess game as participants in a rugby or footbal game.
- Participation in sports clubs has icreased significantly over the last four years.
- Despite being a small school we are enjoying increased success in competitive events including: cross country; hockey; tennis and athletics and rounders.
- To increase participation in watersports (surfing/ bodyboarding/sea swimming) two staff have taken part in RNLI water safety management programme. 50% of teachers trained to level 2 25% to level 3.
- Collaboration with the Penwith Enrichment Network provides opportunities for gifted and talented pupils.
Funds Spent on Sports Premium:
- Total expenditure £5420.03
- Specialist teaching/ training for staff: £3157.27
- Special sports events: £817.46
- Sports resources: £1445.3
33% more children taking part in cross competitive cross country events.
School able to take part in increased range of competitive sporting events due to increased participation: year 3/4 swimming gala; hockey
Results of children's survey:
100% of children do more sport
100% of children enjoy sport more
80% take part in more sports clubs outside school
86% of children take part in competitive sport
More after school sports opportunities than previous years.
Increased outdoor learning time in lessons linked to appointment of Amy Wynn.
Focus is on developing low cost ways of increasing opportunities. Most initiatives focussed on staff training and development.