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Area of Focus

Actions

Who

When

Cost

Impact

Evidence

Progress/ Review

Overview of what needs to happen, (current baseline/why).

How you plan to do this

 

 

 

Why & What results are you hoping to see at the end

How you will collect the evidence

Completed at the end of each term

KEY PRIORITY: Physical Education

Increase staff competence & Confidence to deliver PE.

 

-Agree personalised CPD plan with staff

Organise Inset & cluster courses

-Plan with staff CPD to include team teaching/mentoring.

-Termly staff CPD meetings regarding High quality PE.

-KS1 to increase time for lessons to 1 hour in morning lessons.

LS

HF

Sept 2016-July 2017

£2,050

REAL PE training

£780

Imoves

-Staff delivering PE for 1 hour.

-PE Scheme of work being used by the class teacher to plan sessions

-Team teaching taking place with PE SL & beyond their site.      

-Regular/Termly participation in CPD&staff meeting with PE lead to support and motivate staff.

-Monitoring to be developed with HF/JK

□Feedback from staff meetings, questionnaires.

□Team Teaching, observations both within Northdown and with Salmestone and Newlands.

□Monitoring plans in place

 

 

Review in term 6

 

Staff questionnaires

 

Team teach & regular CPD/meetings then

Completed each term

Pupils make good progress through a well assessed process.

-Pupils progress to be recorded by class teachers on PE assessment sheets.

-Staff CPD

-Pupils progress to be recorded in term 6 onto target tracker from data recorded in terms 2,4 and 6.

-Termly (Terms2,4 & 6) progress assessed by HF/JK

-Pupil’s achievements and progress shared more with parents/carers.

CTs

LS/HF/JKi

Termly

Possible training available through Super Passport membership

£TBC

-Assessment of pupil progress taking place

-Teachers have a good understanding of assessment and how to use it within plans.

-Assessment involves pupils fully

-More information to be shared with parents & carers regarding progress in PE

 

□Pupil progress tracker

□ Class assessment sheets.

□ Overall comparison data collected by LS to monitor progress.

□ Teachers feedback on assessments and use for plans provided.

□ Curriculum map and plans that involve the pupils during assessment are in place

- Cricket Awards

(yr2,4 & 5)

- Athletic Awards

(yr 3,4&5)

- Fitness Challenge

(Yr 3,4,5&6)

- Infant Agility (Yr R,1&2)

- BEAM (Yr R, 1 & 2)

Review in Term 6 for 2015-16 overall assessment.

 

2016-17

Complete at the end of each term 2,4 & 6

All pupils receive 2 hours of PE per week high quality PE.

-Year 6 double PPA PE from terms 2-5

-PE plans provided and monitored.

-No interventions during PE

-All staff to protect PE lessons from other events, group work etc.

LS/TSC

JK

 

Term 2-5

£1,250

TSC cover

£3,750

Level 5 AFPE training

ST level 2 £300

TSC cover £1,250

-All children receive 2 hours high quality PE per week.

-Aim to get less than 33% of year 6 feeling like they do not do enough PE per week.

 

□ PE timetables

□ Pupil voice – do children feel they do enough PE per week?.

□ LS drop in sessions

Term 6 2016

Review provision for 2015/16 and create 2 hour timetable with better hall use as used in term 5 2016.

 

Providing an engaging curriculum in PE

PE kit procedure being recorded and monitored by all staff.

Link to whole school staying green policy.

Pupils compete for getting changed to music, rewards for teamwork if whole class changed within a certain time.

2016: Sessions to continue to have enjoyable factor and continue the offer of various sports and Leadership.

More competition in Week 5/6 of thecurriculum.

LS/ JKi and CTs

Term 1 2016-17

 

Pupils rarely forget kit.

Aim for less than 5% of regular children with no kit.

 

Pupils change quickly for PE.

 

Aim to get more than 60

children feeling that All of PE and sport are the best part

 

Aim for less than 59 children saying that more competition would get them more involved.

□ PE registers

□ PE kit procedure and policy

□ Whole school staying green criteria

Term 6 review with JK

Pupils are provided with high quality outcomes

Increase consistency of adult who is leading the sessions.

HLTA to take lead with AFPE Level 5 qualification.

Better planning for PE lessons, time being given with lead adult to prepare.

LS/HLTA’s/CT’s

Term 1

£2,050

REAL PE training

£780

Imoves

£3,750

AFPE Level 5 training

ST level 2 £300

 

Behaviour (and behaviour from learning) is good in all lessons.

 

Timetable of PE lesson overviews to include lead adult.

 

Planning meetings with HLTA and LS timetabled in.

 

 

KEY PRIORITY: School Sport

Numerous pupils participate in schools sport activities.

Participate in 8 intra school events

Participate in 9 inter school events, including 3 sports with a B team and 1 sport with a C team.

Year 6 to plan and run an intra/inter school Football competition for Salmestone team and all year 5.

Provide clubs every day after school and during lunchtime including Just Play and Change 4 Life.

LS

JULY 2016

£3,500 After school club support

£450 Passport membership

ST level 2 £300

Achieve Gold level participation levels for Sport.

Engage at least 50% of children in extracurricular activity every week.

 

□ Team Registers

□ PE and Sport tracker

□ Passport calendar

□ After School club records

 Events completed:

Intra: 16

1.RUGBY(festival), 2.HANDBALL

(SG DAY/PE/SSOC), 3.BASKETBALL

(SSOC/SG DAY/PE/CLUB),

4.TENNIS(SSOC),

5.ATHLETICS

(club/SG DAY PE AWARDS),

6.CRICKET

(PE AWARDS/CLUB),

7.NETBALL(PE/festival),

8.HOCKEY

(SG DAY/PE/club),

9.FOOTBALL(CLUB,PE,SG DAY)

10.BOCCIA(SG DAY/PE)

11.KURLING (SG DAY/PE)

12.TRI GOLF

(SG DAY/PE/CLUB)

13.SQUASH

(SG DAY/PE/CLUB/C4L)

14.ROUNDERS

(CLUB MATCH)

15.SPORTSHALL (TKAT)

16. TABLE TENNIS (CLUB)

17. DODGEBALL (CLUB)

 

Complete term 6 2016

 

Term 1 2016-17 Create plans to achieve Gold level criteria.

Inter(LEVEL 2): 16

1RUGBY UNION,(PP/YR6)

2. BASKETBALL,

3.ATHLETICS (TKAT),

4.FOOTBALL,

5. HOCKEY,

6. HANDBALL,

7.NETBALL,

8.TENNIS,

9. SQUASH,

10.TRIGOLF,

11. CRICKET.

12. SPORTSHALL ATHLETICS

13.ROUNDERS

14.RUGBY LEAGUE

15.BOCCIA (C4L/TKAT)

16. BADMINTON

17. DODGEBALL

B Teams: 7

1.RUGBY(festival),

2.NETBALL (festival),

3.CRICKET (SUPER 8S)

4.BOCCIA (C4L)

5.BASKETBALL (Match/C4L/PASSPORT)

6.HANDBALL (C4L)

7.SQUASH (C4L)

8. DODGEBALL

1.FOOTBALL (Passport/festival)

C Teams: 2

1.RUGBY(YR 6festival)

2.BOCCIA (TKAT/C4L)

3. FOOTBALL (Festival)

 

Pupil’s achievements shared with parents/carers.

Weekly Twitter feed

Fortnightly blogs Sports magazine

School assemblies

Parents evening

LS

 

£600 end of year awards

Parents and Carers engagement and support.

News blogs online 2016

□ Blogs

□ Newsletters

□ Assembly PowerPoint

□ Certificates for Cricket

Termly and end of year

School Games Day delivered at KS2

KS2 school games day delivered including leadership opportunities

HF/LS

JUNE 2017

End of year awards include medals for all

Celebration of children’s performances and year round sporting competition.

Leadership opportunity for all Year 6 children.

□ Date registered on School Games website.

□ Photos

□ Flyers /posters/letters home

Term 6

Offer talented young sports people support to balance their sporting, school and home life balance.

Provide a Gifted and talented invite only after school club.

Year 5 PPA cover in terms 2-5 to provide extra G&T opportunity in split lessons.

LS/ML

Term 1-6

As a part of the After School Club funding

£3,500

ST level 2 £300

Gifted and talented children are engaged and committed to all areas of school life.

Progress in year 5 excelled through terms 2-5.

 

□ Behaviour records

□ Attendance records

□ PE assessment for year 5, including Cricket Awards and Athletics.

Termly

School club links are provided and pupils attend local club opportunities.

Link with at least 6 local clubs through: Taster sessions

Thanet passport

Local coaches programmes within school

Local clubs providing clubs after school

More Club Link taster sessions and information to be passed to parents

LS to also lease with Charlton FC to further school-club links.

LS

Term 1-6

Passport and Super Passport  membership opportunities

£TBC

Children are provided with club link information/experiences

Current Club links July 2016=9

Thanet Squash Club

Margate TC

Manston GC

TSC

Thanet Athletics Club

Gillingham FC

Street Dance

Street Football

Margate CC

KSports

Aim to increase 21%

of children who participate in Clubs.

□ Pupil voice feedback for those who are a part of local clubs.

□ Passport calendar of events and organisers and clubs involved.

□ Record of clubs who work within school, for example after school clubs provided on site:

 

Review in term 6 for 2015/16

 

2016-17 Termly

KEY PRIORITY: Health & Wellbeing

Provide all pupils the opportunity to develop their leadership skills.

Deliver PE leaders training to all staff

Create PE leader display

LS

 

Term 1

 

 

 

Opportunity for children to learn leadership skills embedding school values.

 

Improved social skills and improved opportunities for physical activity participation levels.

 

Improved engagement in PE and School sport.

 

□ PE leader display

□ PE and sport tracker data for leadership –including Cricket Awards

Term 6 Review 2015/16 data and provision.

 

2016/17

Review termly:

Feedback from school staff

Participation levels in school sports.

Attendance and participation in PE.

List leadership events.

Active Play Leader training

LS/ST

Term 1

□ Active Play leaders leading activity at break/lunch.

Provide Year 6 Sports Leader training

LS/ST

Term 1

□ Sports Leaders records of events

□ Intra/Inter School event held for Salmestone pupils and all Year 5.

□ Yr 3/4 Games Day Leadership Term 5.

□ Change 4 Life Festival

Positive attitudes towards healthy and active lifestyles are encouraged by all.

-Review the physical activity policy and healthy schools audit which incorporates PE and school sport.

-School values to continue to become embedded in all areas of PE and Sport, especially lunch and breaktime games.

-Change 4 Life Champion training and emabassador events.

-Healthy living messages at parent events – including new annual parent event.

LS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LS/

CA/

PTFA

 

Term 3+

 

 

 

Term 1 – 6

 

 

 

 

Term 2+

Possible updates/ training available through Super Passport membership

£TBC

-Active play is embedded.

-Pupils consistently make healthy lifestyle choices.

-Pupils consulted over what is offered.

-Aim to get less than 17% (58% of year 6) feeling that unfair play is the worst part of PE & sport.

 

 

 

-Healthy messages shared with the wider community, parents children and staff..

□ Active Play team minutes.

□ Active travel rewarded.

□ Pupil voice results

□ Healthy school status

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

– see healthy schools audit for impact data.

 

 

 

Improve data on Healthy schools enhancement plan.

 

Review in term 6 events and links for 2015/16.

 

Term 1 2016/17 Devise actions for new academic year.

Budget reviews

Termly monitoring of spending

End of year reviews

LS/ JN

T1-T6

Possible updates/ training available through Super Passport membership

£TBC

-All spending recorded to include impact and area of spend, sustainability and attainment.

 

□ PE&S premium Excel sheet

□ Action plan

□ Staff CPD record

□ After School Clubs offered

□ School Sports events attended

Term 6 complete yearly document.

 

Term 1 2016/17 Add new spend to Action plans.

Achieve the aims for School Games Mark and YST Quality Mark to guide high quality PE and Sport.

School Games Mark criteria action Planned.

YST Quality Mark criteria action planned.

LS

Ongoing

£TBC

Super Passport membership including YST membership

Reward and recognition for participation and opportunity for more pupils.

CURRENT achievementS:

SG GOLD

YST : SILVER

□ Refer to Games mark evidence

□ Refer to YST QM evidence

Term 1-6

Opportunities that attract less active pupils to participate In physical activity

All-inclusive based lunch and after school clubs to be introduced.

· More Football opportunities for KS1 & 2 at Lunchtimes

LS to advertise more competition in club sign up information.

More Clubs, emphasis on fun based clubs.

Just Play club now runs from terms 1-5 including more opportunity for year 3 & 4.

INCREASE GIRLS PARTICIPATION IN CLUBS

LS

Term 2-5

After school club funding to assist

£3,500

ST level 2 £300

More children to participate in club opportunities including

PP,B/G, FSM, EAL and SEN.

Aim to get over 50% taking part in lunchtime clubs in 2016/17.

Try to maintain or increase:

 37% OF WHOLE SCHOOL

B=60% G=40%

FSM=44%

PP=61%

EAL=18%

SEN = 6%

54% OF KS 2

B=56%, G=44%

FSM=40%

PP=59%

EAL=18%

SEN=6%

□ Change 4 Life

Just Play & Active Play on offer

□ Recorded participation in After school clubs statistics collected termly by LS.

Terms 1-6

 

 

Funding 2016 -17 Northdown

 

Level 2 qualification for Saul Thompson

£300

Imoves dance SoW

£850

Yr 6 PPA double PE

£1,250

HLTA Level 5 training

£3,750

Real PE training whole school

£2,050

School Clubs

£4,000

Passport

£1,000

Medals/Awards

£600

Total

£13,800

 

 

The Action Planning Cycle

  1. Review of previous year

  2. Completing the action plan

  3. Collect the Evidence

  4. Monitor progress

  5. Try to all move towards using the same action planning document and the same process but be mindful that as you are different schools, with differences in terms of students / staff understand that the focus areas may be slightly different, or what you have to do may be different.

  6. Agree what ‘trackers’ the school will use to evidence progressin time for the start of the academic year and have them prepared.

  7. The development process:

 

Review

Plan

Evidence

  • Existing Action Plan review of progress 2015/16
  • YST document ‘become outstanding’ completed by:
    • PE team
    • SLT
    • All Staff
  • Quality Mark criteria
  • School Games Mark action plan
  • School Priorities
  • Staff Feedback
  • Pupil Voice

Order for completing the action plan, based on the information received from the review process:

  1. Key Priority
  2. Area of focus remember to (if possible) use baseline evidence, and where the evidence was collected from
  3. IMPACT ‘What impact do you want to have / what do you expect to see at by the when by?’
  4. Evidence – where will get the evidence from
  5. Actions
  6. Who, when and cost
  • TSP Annual Plan e.g. 2016/17
  • (to include CPD and events)
  • Tracker (s)
  • Events participation
  • Statistics (e.g. after school clubs)
  • Quality Mark award
  • School Games Mark award
  • School Priorities completed
  • Pupil voice
  • Staff feedback
  • Newspaper, social media, blog, website

 

Whole school priorities

  1. An absolute focus on raising the educational and personal standards for all.

  1. To be the model of excellence and have an impact beyond its own site for the good of the children across the area.
  2. Partnering for Performance.
  3. Raising Attitude & Aptitude to ensure we are consistently good or better.
  4. WELL BEING is paramount and children learn in a safe, fair and fun environment which leads to life-long learning.

 

 

 

 

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