Sports Premium Funding
At Dog Kennel Primary this will be calculated at Funding is based on Year 1-6. Funding will be £16,000 plus £10 per pupil (363 pupils) bringing our total to £19, 630. The full document can be found here.
How does Dog Kennel Hill Primary School use the PE and Sport premium?
We use the premium to:
- Develop and add to the PE and sport activities that our school already offers.
- Make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years.
Vision for the Primary PE and Sport Premium
ALL pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
At Dog Kennel Hill primary School we use our funding by:
- We employ a PE Specialist who coordinates PE at the school for all pupils.
- Providing existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively
- Introducing new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport
- Attending sports competitions
- Increasing pupils’ participation in school games
- Our school already offers a range of after school clubs, accessed by children from Key Stages one and two (please see After School club timetable). These places are at a subsidised rate. Children are able to be professionally graded in Judo (this cost is payable by parents).
- We offer football/ basketball and handball/ summer sports clubs for all children including beginners and intermediate players (up to 30 children).
- Our G&T football players enter regular tournaments and leagues which includes most local schools. Tournaments are held across the borough and organised by London PE & Sports Network (whom we are in partnership with for schools sports).
- Working in partnership with Millwall Football Club.
- Holding an Annual Sports Week for pupils in Nursery to Year 6.
In 2016-2017 we offered:
- Free Judo lessons to all year 5 & 6 pupils as part of their weekly PE session (120 pupils).
- Free Dance sessions as part of year 2 & 4 group’s PE lessons.
- A sponsored event in which Olympic Athlete Luke Lennon-Ford completed circuits with the children and spoke to the whole school about his journey to becoming an Olympic Athlete.
In 2017-2018 we need to focus on:
- Establishing a culture of ‘Healthy eating- healthy living’ to reduce the % of obesity in the school
- To improve PE provision across the school, ensuring that curriculum objectives are met.
The London PE & School Sport Network:
As a continued commitment to strategically developing Physical Education, School Sport and Health & Wellbeing in our school we work in partnership with the London PE & School Sport Network who are hosted at Bacon’s College, Rotherhithe, Southwark. Through our membership we are able to access the following bespoke services, helping us ensure that our pupils have every opportunity to become the best that they can be:
- KS1 FUNS, real PE and Learning Nutrition training through positive partnership with Create Development
- Team teaching support in school
- Bespoke inset & staff training events including sport specific sessions and playground management
- NQT Borough Conferencing
- Bespoke advice & guidance
- Access to national projects & programmes to support the development of PE
Leadership & Volunteering:
- Access to Play Makers Award through both Borough wide conferencing and in school support
- Training of lunchtime supervisors to support play
- School Games leading to London Youth Games
- Southwark based competition
- Key Stage One competitive experiences / festivals
- Sport specific leagues
Health & Well-being:
- Health & Wellbeing programme (Change 4 Life is a part of this)
- Parental nutrition workshops
- Support in achieving Healthy Schools London Status
Special Education Needs & Inclusion:
- Team teaching programme which supports the development of inclusive physical education
- Festival of Sport opportunities
- Affiliation to the Youth Sport Trust
- Opportunity to network across all LPESSN member schools
- Members of the learning community developed by LPESSN