Telephone: 020 8509 6180    

Email: school@edinburgh.waltham.sch.uk

Point of contact for queries: Sandra Rad - Office Manager

97 Queens Road, Walthamstow, London, E17 8QR

Headteacher: Jane Harris

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2014/ 2015

The Government is providing funding to provide substantial primary school sport funding.  The sport funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools. It is known as the ‘sports premium’.

 

Purpose of the funding

 

Schools have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they have the freedom to choose how they do this.

 

Edinburgh Primary School received approximately £9000 for 2013/2014 as part of this funding.

 

The money is spent on:

 

•       Membership of the Waltham Forest Sports Federation

 

•       Employing sports coaches to work alongside classteachers to support continuing professional development

 

•       Workshops to promote activity in the playground at playtime and lunchtime (eg hula hoop workshops)

 

•       Supporting and subsidising extra curricular provision to provide a broad range of options for children

 

•       ‘Taster’ sessions delivered by specialist coaches eg rugby in Year 5 and 6

2015/2016

 

Sports Premium Plan objectives:

 

- Increase teachers’ confidence in delivering high quality PE.

- All children in KS1/KS2 have access to specialist sports coaching.

- Increase children’s levels of physical activity – PE and playtimes.

- Develop children’s leadership skills through PE/sport.

- Participate in inter school PE/Sports events – competitive and non competitive.

- Extra curricular sport available to children across KS1 and KS2.

 

Sports Premium helps to fund:

1. Sports Coaching sessions – specialist sports coaching - alongside classteachers

 

2. Lunchtime Sports sessions – all KS1/KS2 classes have access to sports coaching as part of lunchtime offer

 

3. Subsidy for before and after school clubs

 

4. Provide cover for staff to accompany children to borough events

 

5. Membership of WFSSN (Waltham Forest School Sports Network)

 

6. Restock lunchtime playground equipment

 

7. Skipping Workshops

 

8. Groups of children in Year 5/6 trained as Sports Leaders/Ambassadors

 

In 2014/2015, Edinburgh Primary received a total grant of £9957 with £10,450 spent on improving the provision.

Sports Premium

2016/2017

 

Sports Premium Plan objectives:

 

- Increase teachers’ confidence in delivering quality first PE.

- All children in KS1/KS2 have access to specialist sports coaching.

- Increase children’s levels of physical activity – PE, Playtimes and After school.

- Develop children’s leadership skills through PE and Sports Ambassador programme.

- Participate in Intra and inter school activities through PE/ eternal competition.

- Provide extracurricular sports activities and events to children across KS1/KS2.

- Provide extended sporting opportunities and experiences for children who are gifted and talented.

 

Sports Premium helps to fund:

1. Salaam Sports – Sports Coaching sessions – alongside class teachers.

 

2. Lunchtime sports sessions - all KS1/KS2 classes have access to sports coaching as part of a lunchtime offer

 

3. Subsidy for after school clubs.

 

4. Provide cover for staff to accompany children to borough events.

 

5. Membership of the WFSSN (Waltham Forest School Sports Network).

 

6. HulaFit Workshops.

 

7. Restock lunchtime playground equipment.

 

8. Children in Year 5 trained as Sports Leaders/ Ambassadors Training through WFSNN or by school staff.

 

9. Providing G+T children with extended opportunities to develop their sports talents further after school.

 

10. Year 6 girls transition sports day at Kelmscott Secondary School.

 

11. Tutor support for after school Sports clubs.

 

12. TA Support for after school sports clubs.

 

In 2015/ 2016, Edinburgh Primary received a total grant of £8500 with £13,980 spent on improving the provision.

 

The impact of the School Sports Premium on Edinburgh Primary School  Pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment

 

The School Sports Premium 2015-2016 had a significant impact on Pupils’ participation and attainment in PE and sport including:

 

•Greater confidence of teachers in delivering PE as part of the curriculum especially in outdoor sports due to the specialised coaching.

 

•A significant number of children engaged in skipping as a major part of their play time and lunchtimes routines.

 

•Delivery of high quality coaching sessions in areas such as Basketball, Football and Cricket has resulted in an increased amount of success for our school sports teams, especially the girls football teams who won their league and were runners up in the cup final.

 

•Increased opportunities to take part in competitions through the WFSSN (Waltham Forest School Sports Network) leading to many more pupils taking up sports they have never participated in before.

 

•Providing a wider range of extra-curricular clubs such as Cricket, Football, Basketball and multi-skills.

 

•The awarding of the Sainsbury Bronze Sports Mark to the school

 

•The training up and employment of Sports Ambassadors to organise and run school competitions ranging from Football leagues, Tennis and Sports Days for all pupils across KS1 and KS2.

 

 

 

 

 

The School Sports Premium 2016-2017 had an impact on Pupils’ participation and attainment in PE and sport including:

•Greater confidence of teachers in delivering PE as part of the curriculum especially in outdoor sports due to the specialised coaching.

•A significant t number of children engaged in skipping as a major part of their play time and lunchtimes routines.

•Delivery of high quality coaching sessions within our after school clubs in areas such as karate, basketball, football and cricket and dance has resulted in an increased enthusiasm for sport amongst the pupils with every club virtually fully booked.

•Increased opportunities to take part in competitions through the WFSSN (Waltham Forest School Sports Network) leading to many more pupils taking up sports they have never participated in before.

•PE coordinator worked closely with PSHE coordinator to help raise the status of healthy eating and the drinking of water to help promote health and well being amongst the pupils.

•The training up and employment of Sports Ambassadors to organise all of the school’s Sports Days for all pupils across Reception, KS1 and KS2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How you will make sure these improvements are sustainable

 

This year Edinburgh Primary will invest the additional Sports Premium funding into providing Edinburgh with a series of whole school experiences based around sports/dance , health and wellbeing  with these experiences being maintained through a set of after school clubs.

The school is looking to invest in a brand new exciting PE scheme of work which will both meet the requirements of the DFE for PE but also increase enjoyment and participation.

The staff will also be provided with the opportunity to take part in an INSET designed to equip them with the confidence and skills they need to run even more successful PE lessons.

At Edinburgh Primary, we will continue to support all of our pupils to ensure that most of them are active both in school and in their lives.  We will be doing this by offering an increased range of sporting and dance clubs that are run by our staff as well as our specialised sports coaches.  These clubs range from football to Netball, Cricket to Athletics, multi sports to dance. We are seeking to ensure that every child can find a physical activity or sport that they are interested in and offering them opportunities to try new sports in the hope that this will encourage them to be active outside of school.

Edinburgh Primary will re-launch its ‘Sports Ambassador lunch time programmes’, and will enter our pupils in a range of off-site sporting opportunities such as girls only sports days and the participation in the Value Games as well as taking part in Inter school competitions against the other schools across the borough of Waltham Forest.

We are also ensuring that our staff are benefiting by allowing them opportunities to work alongside our specialist PE practitioners within the children’s PE lessons. This is helping Edinburgh Primary to improve the skills and confidence of school staff to deliver high quality PE and sport sessions.

The impact of the School Sports Premium on Edinburgh Primary School  Pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment

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