Southcoates Primary Academy PE & Sport Impact report: 2015/16

The school receives funding to support the development of teacher skills to enhance provision for Physical Education in the school. In 2015 / 16 we used this funding to employ the services of a specialist PE & Sports teacher. He worked alongside staff and with the children (modelling lessons and activities). Surveys were undertaken in the Summer Term to show how this has impacted in school:

Pupil survey

 

Questions:

Southcoates

KS1

%

LKS2 %

UKS2 %

I have attended a lunch club

58

87

64

I have attended an after-school club

34

74

59

I have attended more than one after school club

39

65

40

Attending an after school club helps me to lead a more healthy lifestyle

89

93

63

I play sport at the weekend

94

84

88

PE makes me want to do more sports out of school

79

87

89

After school clubs make me want to join other clubs

25

65

43

There is a good choice of sports in PE lessons

81

90

93

I enjoy my PE lessons

97

97

93

PE & sports coaches at lunch time teach me about fair play.

58

98

85

I have taken part in a sports inter-school competition

100

100

100

I play sport related games at break & lunchtimes

92

84

82

 

Staff Survey and Comments

 

Please read the following statements and tick as appropriate

Disagree

Agree

Strongly Agree

I am now more confident in delivering PE lessons.

 

 

 

62%

38%

  • The PE Mentor has given me fresh ideas how to build up lessons each week and become more confident in delivering engaging dance lessons
  • Excellent support with planning and delivering PE lessons
  • He has built staff confidence, which has led to better PE lessons
  • I am much more confident in teaching PE now

Pupils are demonstrating higher levels of engagement in PE eg. Bringing kit, looking forward to, joining in more, trying harder

 

 

 

75%

25%

  • Children have developed their basic skills further and are now more confident and will have a go more
  • There is far more competitive opportunity for all children
  • The PE Mentor has built staff confidence which has led to better lessons and engagement by children
  • Children have shown much more enjoyment in dance, especially my autistic boy who has been much more engaged
  • Super ideas given to break down games into mini games so all children are active and engaged throughout the lesson

I am now able to use a range of ideas and equipment to provide a wider coverage of the PE Curriculum.

 

 

 

63%

37%

  • The PE Mentor has given me lots of ideas to use in PE lessons – warm ups, general activities and games, also how to break games down into smaller chunks to focus on a specific skill.
  • I can now deliver a variety of activities for warm ups and also lead mini games within football, hockey and netball lessons
  •  The PE Mentor has supported me with all aspects of PE, including the monitoring of standards and planning. As a result, standards of PE are high across the school
  • I am so much more confident in teaching PE as I can use the ideas in teaching other sports too
  • I liked the modelling of mini games with different skilled activities and how to differentiate the equipment 

Engagement in improved PE lessons and school Sport has had a positive impact on pupils’ in other curriculum areas and  wider  school life as they are more aware of the importance of living a healthy and active lifestyle

 

50%

50%

  • The PE lessons modelled gave children the opportunity to develop their TALK skills and work as a team
  • Some individuals have thrived off taking part of the leader which also had a positive impact on their behaviour
  • Developing the links with Maths and PE has had a strong positive impact