IMPACT OF PRIMARY PE AND SPORT PREMIUM 2018-19 TOTAL FUND ALLOCATION £16326 +£3766 ( PREV YEAR)

PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator School Focus/Planned Impact for pupils Actions to Achieve Planned
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Evidence Actual impact Sustainability
The engagement of pupils in regular physical activity-kick starting healthy active lifestyles Increase opportunities for sport or healthy activities after school throughout the year Increase opportunities for sport or healthy activities after school throughout the year £11,249 £11,249 Registers from clubs show an increase in pupil attendance in a variety of sessions at after school club with a focus on sport or healthy eating across the primary phases More pupils have a chance to take part in a variety of sports. All children have had the chance to attend 7 different clubs. This Year we have been awarded the Bronze ActiveMark Award If pupils continue to attend the clubs this will be sustainable.
The profile of PE and Sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement and
Increase the confidence and knowledge of all staff in teaching of PE and sport
Broader range and experience of sport and activity offered to all pupils
Membership of the West Lancashire Schools Partnership and Swimming
Specialist PE delivery to upskill teachers and provide high quality PE sessions for our teachers.
Purchase membership £7,366 £7,366 PE leader attended courses Feedback by subject leader Dissemination of subject knowledge to staff.
Increased participation in competitive sport More competition for pupils unable to access out of school physical activity regularly. Increase the number of children taking part in competitions. Attend competitive events and inclusion competitions encouraging children to take part in sports. £650 £650 As a school take part in inter school sporting activities Opportunities for children to represent school and take part in inter school sport Continue next year.
The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 – 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school Access to all areas of school designed for physical activity safely Maintain and clean P.E areas and equipment £827 £827 Children are able to access a variety of P.E challenges Children can engage in regular physical activity on a regular basis safely This will continue wherever necessary

100% of our children achieved the swimming requirements.