Weeke Primary School

Irresistible learning at the heart of the community

PE & Sports Funding

We are committed to offering children a wide range of extra-curricular clubs and opportunities to try new sports, improve health and fitness, develop skills and compete with other schools, including sports tournaments and galas, intra school competitions and county level competitions. Details of our wide variety of School Clubs are listed below.

We foster a spirit of perseverance, commitment and determination through individual pursuit and team work. We take full advantage of local facilities and coaching expertise in local schools and further education establishments.

A number of other teachers and parents run sports clubs both during the school day and after school, ensuring there is always a good range of activities available for our children at no cost. We also offer a range of sports clubs including dance and football which are run by qualified coaches who are experts in their field.

If you would like further information on any aspect of sport/PE, or are a parent who is keen to run a sports club or help with transport to sporting events, please contact the school office.

The premium must be spent by schools on making additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport for the benefit of all pupils to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.

Broad Aims:

  • Promote the importance of sport, fitness and health and develop children’s passion and enthusiasm for sports
  • Provide high quality PE lessons
  • Provide a wide range of high quality sporting opportunities within curriculum time
  • Provide a wide range of high quality sporting opportunities through extra-curricular clubs
  • Continually improve the range of resources and equipment available
  • Increase the range of opportunities for children to take part in competitive events both within and beyond school
  • Develop links with community groups, sports agencies and sports role models
  • Improve children’s physical skills and fitness levels
  • Encourage all children to take part in sporting activities, with a particular focus on children who are less active
  • Celebrate sporting talent both within and outside school, encouraging children to reach performance levels they are capable of
  • Promote sporting opportunities locally

Total Grant Academic Year 2017/2018 = £19,520
Total Grant Academic Year 2016/2017 = £9,770
Total Grant Academic Year 2015—2016 = £9,675
Total Grant Academic Year 2014-2015 = £9,665
Pupils are eligible for funding from age 6.

How did we spend our Sports Funding in 2017/2018?

  • Professional development for all teachers in dance and gymnastics
  • Staff training in ball games
  • participation in local and regional sports competitions
  • Premier Education (lunchtime clubs weekly x 2)
  • Premier Education Tag Rugby after school club
  • Specialist Dance teaching in year 3/4 – Integr8
  • Specialist golf tuition/team teaching in year 3
  • Specialist cricket tuition/team teaching – year 1 & 2
  • Specialist athletics tuition/team teaching – year 5
  • Swimming lessons, pool hire and instructors – years 4 & 5
  • Specialist tennis and squash teaching in years 2,4,6
  • Bikeability for year 6 children
  • Subsidised after school club (Tag Rugby) – years 3 & 4
  • New netball resources (balls and hoops)
  • New playground and field resources including storage
  • Purchase of new sports kits
  • Fund weekly ‘Funtrition’ sessions (individual children and y1 / 2)

How did we spend our Sports Funding in 2016/2017?

  • Specialist Tennis & Squash teaching for two year groups
  • Transport for Y5 swimming
  • Pool Hire & Instructors for Y5 swimming
  • Specialist PE lessons
  • PE and Playground Equipment
  • Specialist Gymnastics and Fencing Coaching – Premier Sports
  • Specialist Dance Coaching – Intergr8 Dance
  • Weekly Lunchtime Sports Club – two sessions per week
  • PE Leadership time & supply cover for teachers to attend sporting events

We will ensure these improvements are sustainable by:

  • Ensuring that staff benefit from continuing professional development in PE
  • Ensuring that staff share best practise and training
  • Continuing to run internal, inter-school matches and tournaments across a variety of activities and year groups
  • Continuing to ensure staff run free sports clubs after school
  • Continuing to broaden and sustain the variety of and participation in lunchtime and after school clubs
  • Training new ‘Sports Leaders’ to develop participation in playtime activities and inter house competitions
  • Increasing range of equipment which can be used for years to come
  • Increasing range and quality of play time resources including markings
  • Ensuring that children are encouraged to get fit and stay fit, seeing the benefit of fitness and maintaining fitness for years to come
  • Ensuring that children enjoy sports including team games and competitions, developing a lifelong love of sports

Impact Report for 2017-18

Professional Development
ActionImpact and sustainability
Review current sport provision and professional development requirements Professional development is targeted to need.
Introduce new sport (tri-golf) to children and team teaching opportunities for staff (6 weeks of coaching for year 3 Jan – Feb 2018)Children improve skills through expert tuition. Year 3 teachers develop own teaching skills.
Children participate in a Tri-golf tournament.
Whole staff training in teaching gymnastics (March 28th 2018) Improve quality of provision in gymnastics PE lessons
Saints PE training for year 2 teacher Improved skills. Improved range of resources to enhance PE lessons.
Competition
ActionImpact and sustainability
School Games membershipPupils have access to a wide range of inter school competitions.
Membership of the Winchester secondary school partnerships Local sports festival events and competitions in Winchester and Eastleigh District
Inter school competitionsChildren have the opportunity to compete at inter school and county level.
Participation & Access to sport/PE
ActionImpact and sustainability
Provide new opportunities for all children in tennis coaching (Momentum tennis) March 2018Whole school receive expert tuition.<>br/>Children have subsequently joined the tennis club.
Cricket Taster Lesson (Chance to Shine Cricket)Children in KS1 experience a new sport.
Specialist athletics coaching - 6 weeks May 2018All children in years 5 benefit from expert tuition.
Specialist Tri-golf lessons for year 3 children –Jan/Feb 2018Children in year 3 experienced a new sport/ improve skills through expert tuition.
Encourage all children to participate in sports (targeting least active) Lunchtime Active Club A wide range of children across the school join in organised games twice a week at lunchtimes.
Provide inclusive opportunities - Inclusive swimming gala (8 KS2 children)Children with SEN compete.
Provide inclusive opportunities – weekly Funtrition and wellbeing for individual childrenChildren learn about being healthy.
Individual children are supported through sport across KS1 and KS2.
Provide opportunities for friendly matches with local schools (football and cricket).Children have increased opportunities to play matches with local schools.
Specialist curriculum teaching – dance for one Y3 or Y4 class per termAll children in years 3 and 4 improve skills through expert tuition.
Specialist swimming coaching for year 4 and 5 children. Children in y4 and y5 improve skills through expert tuition.
Specialist tennis and squash coaching for year 2, year 4 and year 6Children in years 2, 4, 6 improve skills through expert tuition. Teachers develop own teaching skills.
Increase number and breadth of after school sports clubsAn extensive range of sports activities are available to all children.
Promote importance of sport
ActionImpact and sustainability
Increase enjoyment of physical activity opportunities - Sports Relief 2018 Enjoyment of physical activity.
Premier League Trophy Visit April 29th 2018Raised profile of football.
Purchase new football kits and tennis ballsPride in playing for school team.
Purchase new bike sheltertbc

Impact of Sports Funding on Pupil Participation - Clubs

ClubsHalf TermsYear group(s)2016/72017/8
Lunchtime Active club1,2,3,4,5,6All25 x 2 per week25 x 2 per week
Running club2,3,43,4,5,62430
Saints Football1,2,3,4All2832
Netball1,2,3,44,5,61212
Football1,2,3,44,5,63030
Integr8 dance1,2,3,4,5,6All4040
Pure Academy of dance 1,2,3,4,5,6All2020
Tag rugby a/s2,3,4,3,4,5n/a10
Tag Rugby lunchtime1,2,3,45,63024
Basketball4,5,62,3,4n/a10
Cricket/rounders5,61,2,3,4,5,61645 (2 clubs)
Athletics5,6Tbc12n/a
Squash club1,2,3,4,5,6All1012
Table Tennis5,6KS2n/a 6

Competitions 2017/2018

DateEventYr GroupNumber
10th Nov Y5/6 Boys football match against Western Y5/610
10th NovY5/6 Girls football match against Western Y5/610
23rd NovY5/6 Boys Football Tournament Y5/610
15th DecFootball competitionY5/68
30th JanNetball Match (local schools)Y5/612
7th FebFleming Park cross country competitionY3,4,5,616
9th FebFootball match (local schools)Y5/612
21st FebPremier League Primary All Stars football competitionY5/612
26th FebHenry Beaufort netball matchY5/68
6th MarchCross Country FinalsY63
8th MarchTag Rugby competitionY5/612
12th MarchFootball match (local schools)Y5/68
15th MarchNetball tournament KingsY5/616
21st MarchAthletics tournamentY5/612
23rd MarchInclusive swimming galaY3,4,5,612
26th AprilTri-golf tournamentY3/412
27th AprilNetball tournament WesternY5/68
2nd MayTag Rugby Hampshire Games Finals (cancelled)Y5/610
2nd MayCross country festival (re-scheduled)Y360
21st MayGirls’ Kwik cricket competitionY5/610
8th JuneSwimming galaY3/412
14th JuneTennis competitionY3/412
20th JuneFootball tournamentY5/612
21st JuneTennis Finals – Hampshire Games FinalsY3/44

Coaching 2017/2018

FitritionongoingAll70
Jan/Feb 2018Active Winchester Tri golf coaching Y360
Jan-Mar 2018Swimming lessonsY4/5120
1 term per yr grpIntegr8 dance coachingY3/460
1 term per yr grpWinchester Racquets and Fitness squash and tennis coachingY2,4,660
16th MarchChance to Shine Cricket coachingY1/2120
5th March Momentum tennis coachingAll420

Weeke Primary School Sports Premium Report October 2017

The government has committed to provide primary schools extra funding for PE and sport. The purpose of the funding is to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport for all children. At Weeke we believe that our sports funding should have a long term impact on our sports provision, be focused on ensuring PE lessons are of a very high quality and enable us to offer our children a wide range of sporting opportunities at a range of levels so that pupils can develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of. We were delighted that again in 2017, Weeke Primary School took a team of athletes to the Hampshire Games Finals. We currently have a total of 376 pupils eligible for the funding (age 6yrs+).

  • Total Grant Academic Year 2017/2018 = £19,520
  • Total Grant Academic Year 2016/2017 = £9,770
  • Total Grant Academic Year 2015—2016 = £9,675
  • Total Grant Academic Year 2014-2015 = £9,665

Weeke Primary School Aims:

  • Provide a wide range of sporting opportunities within high quality PE lessons
  • Provide a wide range of high quality sporting opportunities through extra-curricular clubs
  • Continually improve the range of resources and equipment available
  • Increase the opportunities for children to take part in competitions both within and beyond school
  • Develop links with community groups, sports agencies and sports role models
  • Improve children’s physical skills
  • Inspire all children to take up sporting activities, with a particular focus on children who are less active
  • Celebrate sporting talent both within and outside school, encouraging children to reach performance levels they are capable of
  • Promote sporting opportunities locally

Funding in 2017 - 2018 will be spent as follows:

  • participation in local and regional sports competition
  • Premier Education (lunchtime clubs weekly x 2)
  • Wellbeing month sports opportunities
  • Specialist Dance teaching in year 3/4 – Integr8
  • Specialist golf tuition in year 3/4
  • Specialist cricket tuition and club in summer term – year 5/6
  • Swimming lessons, pool hire and instructors – year 5
  • Specialist tennis and squash teaching in years 2,4,6
  • Bikeability for year 6 children
  • Additional swimming and transportation (We have chosen to invest in swimming so that we can lower this to children in year 4. Therefore, in 2017/2018 both Years 4&5 will participate in swimming).
  • Subsidised after school clubs (Tag Rugby)
  • New netball resources (balls and hoops)
  • professional development for teachers
  • Training new ‘Sports Leaders’ to develop leadership and participation in both playtime activities and sporting competitions within school
  • PE Leadership time & supply cover for teachers to attend sporting events

How did we spend our Sports Funding in 2016/2017?

  • Specialist Tennis & Squash teaching for two year groups
  • Transport for Y5 swimming
  • Pool Hire & Instructors for Y5 swimming
  • Specialist PE lessons
  • PE and Playground Equipment
  • Specialist Gymnastics and Fencing Coaching – Premier Sports
  • Specialist Dance Coaching – Intergr8 Dance
  • Weekly Lunchtime Sports Club – two sessions per week
  • PE Leadership time & supply cover for teachers to attend sporting events

How did we spend our Sports Funding in 2015/2016?

  • Specialist Tennis & Squash teaching
  • Transport for Y5 swimming
  • Pool Hire & Instructors for Y5 swimming
  • Specialist PE lessons
  • PE Leadership time
  • PE Equipment
  • Skool Kit Sports Clothing
  • Chess Club tournament and provisions

How did we spend our 2014-2015 sports funding?

  • Leadership time for PE Manager
  • Development of whole school PE through the Henry Beaufort cluster
  • Specialist table tennis coaching
  • Professional staff development in dance and gym teaching
  • Professional staff development in hockey teaching
  • Professional staff development in netball teaching
  • Energy Club training(play leaders development)
  • Specialist swimming coaching
  • Swimming pool hire
  • PE planning resources for Key stage 2 and Early Years
  • Purchase of a range of PE equipment (gym mats, netball posts, balls)

How did we spend our 2013-2014 sports funding?

  • Leadership time for PE Manager
  • Development of whole school PE through the Henry Beaufort cluster group
  • Specialist table tennis coaching
  • Professional staff development in dance and rugby teaching
  • Whole school INSET training in teaching PE
  • Specialist basketball coaching
  • Specialist tennis coaching
  • Specialist swimming coaching
  • Swimming pool hire
  • PE planning resources for Key stage 1
  • Purchase of a range of PE equipment

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions with regard to our PE and sports provision, please contact the school office.

We are delighted to have been awarded the Silver Sainsbury's School Games Mark for our commitment, engagement and delivery of competitive school sport in 2016/17.

Silver Sainsbury's School Games Mark