Sports Development Plan 2015_16



The Focus for Sports Development in 2015_16

In 2015_16 we will be:


Primary PE and Sports Funding used for:

Amount Allocated (£):

Brief summary of the intervention or action, including details of year groups and pupils involved, and the timescale.

What will it achieve if successful? How will success be evidenced? How will this activity be monitored, when and by whom?  


Actual impact: What did the action or activity actually achieve? Be specific: ‘As a result of this action…’

If you plan to repeat this activity, what would you change to improve it next time?

CPD To improve the quality of teaching / to transform PE into a cross curricular subject with a focus on fundamental skills, rather than subject specific skills


PE co-ordinators to attend PE course to help with planning and assessment of PE using the new curriculum


PE co-ordinator to attend Real PE training ready for introduction of Real PE to KS2 in Autumn 2015

Whole school Real PE training needed for Summer 2016, to be delivered by Real PE







Buying into Local Partnership events which allowed us to compete with other schools these include running, football, tennis and rugby as well as athletic events

£150 sub per year  plus any additional costs

To increase participation in a range of different sports.


Funding enabled the school to travel and participate in a range of competitions organised by the FPSSA.



To improve the school’s participation in inter-academy competitions and improve the collaboration between Oriel and other academies in the Aspirations Academies Trust.



Collaborate with Sunita Singh (PE co-ordinator at Rivers Academy)

Half termly inter academy competitions for KS2  to be organised from Autumn 2015

Students from Rivers Academy coming to Oriel Academy to be PE skills mentors and work with children across the school

Half termly attendance of Year 5 and 6 girls at Rivers Academy to increase confidence and participation in PE (HAPS progamme)


Use of PE self-assessment audit to identify strengths and areas for improvement



To understand the strengths and weaknesses of all staff in teaching PE

Monitoring of assessment & levels

Improved confidence in staff

Improved quality of teaching

Improving levels & progress of pupil

Learning walks and observations to identify strengths and CPD need


Employing a PE specialist teacher one day a week to work with pupils, run clubs and train teachers


Use Chris Baxter (formerly of London Broncos) to deliver high quality lessons in Foundation and KS1 and after school clubs in KS1 / KS2 classes

Improve teaching for NQTs and class teachers in curriculum areas with outlined weaknesses.

Develop confidence of children via teaching by a specialist coach.


CPD: All teachers have a detailed subject knowledge of the PE relevant to their year group and can deliver Good+ lessons





Continue to develop our Sports Week and Sports Day events.




Monitoring by PE co-ordinators and SLT

Organise a wider variety of taster sessions for Sports Week


To ensure physical fitness is promoted across the curriculum and by all staff



Continue running club in Key Stage 2 and Fitness to be delivered as a unit of teaching within PE (KS2)


Using Sport Premium money as and when is required to provide transport in order to support our increased participation.


As some fixtures are a distance to travel or unsuitable for public transport travel, PE co-ordinator to use the new minibus (Autumn 2015?)  shared with Oak Hill Academy or Rivers Academy minibus for these fixtures.

Increased participation of A, G and T children in sporting events and fixtures.


Improve strategy to improve the health and well-being of all pupils



Resources, ideas for deliverers to run a C4L club in school / C4L to be delivered by class teachers in a cross curricular format (Science / PSHE / Maths)