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Sports Premium

We use our PE and Sports Premium to deliver on these 5 key areas as specified by the Department for Education.

  1. Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity
  2. The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement
  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  5. Increased participation in competitive sport

Our aim is to ensure we have the maximum impact for our children to enable them to have the knowledge and skills to be healthy and active, and to engage in a wide range of physical activities for exercise and leisure.

You can find details on our full PE curriculum page here.

Funding for 2018-19

Total funding = £18,100


Use of funding

Key indicators

Cost

Impact

Use of specialist sports coaches to provide lunchtime activities and games.

1, 3, 4

£1800

  • high levels of engagement by all children in physical activities at lunchtimes
  • increased confidence of lunchtime staff so they can deliver activities as well
  • wider range of activities evident at lunch and playtimes

Additional release/cover for staff to work with specialist coaches

2, 3

£650

  • increased staff knowledge of different activities
  • increased staff knowledge of how to teach skills
  • increased staff confidence
  • improvement in the quality of teaching and learning in PE

Use of specialist coaches to teach PE (separate from PPA cover)

1, 3, 4

£1500

  • high-quality lessons delivered to children
  • increased attainment and progress by children in PE

Purchase of new resources

1, 2, 4

£2500

  • increased engagement by children in activities at lunchtime
  • improved quality of teaching and learning in PE lessons

Release for PE leader and other staff to organise and take children to competitions (including elite competitions)

1, 4, 5

£3300

  • increased number of children taking part in competitions
  • raised profile of sport in the school

Release for PE leader to run training days for staff

2, 3

£1000

  • improved quality of teaching and learning in PE lessons
  • increased staff confidence
  • developing knowledge and skills of new teachers

Release for PE leader to provide additional training in preparation for competitions

1, 4, 5

£800

  • increased number of children taking part in competitions
  • children exposed to a wider range of sports
  • raised profile of sport in the school

Transportation costs for taking part in competitions

5

£800

  • increased number of children taking part in competitions

Offer subsidised after-school places for vulnerable groups

1, 4

£800

  • more children able to take part in activities
  • wider range of sports being offered

Planning and delivery of whole-schools sports day at Sutcliffe Park athletics ground (including support from specialist coaches)

1, 2, 4, 5

£1500

  • raised profile of sport in the school
  • opportunity for parent engagement in sports activities
  • all children taking part in a range of activities
  • high-quality sporting event
  • all children taking part in competitions

Identify needs and provide CPD for staff following observations.

2, 3, 4

£2000

  • improved quality of teaching and learning in PE lessons
  • increased staff confidence

Implement new PE curriculum

3, 4

£450

  • consistent approach embedded across the school
  • focused teaching on knowledge and skills to enable good progress
  • support for teachers on content

Health and Safety checks for equipment and replacements as required

1, 4

£700

  • children able to use equipment to access a wider range of activities

Membership to ‘Association for Physical Education’

2, 3

£300

  • professional development opportunities for PE leader
  • resources available for other teachers to improve quality of teaching

 

 

2016 – 2017 PE and Sport Premium Funding Report

Funding received

No. eligible pupils: 261

Total amount received: £8,905

Objectives

Objectives of spending the PE grant:

  • Increase pupil participation in competitions, interschool sport and events.
  • Instil in pupils a love of sport and physical activity.
  • Improve resources to support PE, including equipment.
  • Broaden the sporting opportunity available to pupils.
  • Train PE instructors and coaches to develop sporting skill in pupils.

Breakdown of spending

Objective:

Activity:

Cost:

Impact:

Increase pupil participation in competitions, interschool sport and events.

Cricket tournament with LA schools

£200

·       Developing new skills in children and forming friendships with other schools

·       increasing confidence of participants

·       Over 150 pupils participated and on more than one occasion

Bench ball competition against Greenacres – equipment and transport costs

£200

Elite gymnastics competitions, uniform, transport, resources

£350

Payment for joint coach organiser to facilitate offering a variety of sporting workshops to pupils including gymnastics, dance, roller blading in conjunction with TT partnership

£275

Total spend on objective:

£1,025

To instil in pupils a love of sport and physical activity.

 

Classes introduce daily mile – purchase of sand timers, motivational stickers, squeaker bells

£ 132

·       Regular moving and differentiated for all children to participate

·       children more motivated to settle to learning

·        

 

Daily KS sports clubs targeted at less active pupils and a variety of foci.

£3,000

All year 5 pupils have a weekly swimming lesson

£3,588

Total spend on objective:

£6720

Improve resources to support PE, including equipment.

 

Replace PE equipment including those used at playtimes to encourage physical activity

£400

·       Safe to use equipment in EYFS

·       New playground equipment including ribbons, paired activity games, balls, beanbags, hoops

Repair to EYFS climbing rope and slide

£760

Total spend on objective:

£1160

Spend remaining:

£0.00


Impact of premium use

Impact on pupils’ participation:

·       Children have all taken part in a variety of sporting activities

·       Increased number of activities on offer as additional clubs

·       More children registered for ‘active’ after school clubs

·       Competitions were at all levels – with all children in classes participating as well as more elite competitions

·       Increase in more reluctant pupils trying new activities

·       Increased activity enhances motivation of pupils

Impact on pupils’ attainment:

·       Competition winners in gymnastics

·       Competition winners in Quad kids

·       Competition winners in cricket tournament and selected to take part in regional competitions

·       All children in year 5 left as swimmers

·       A timetable of accessing equipment and various sporting activities has assisted ensuring children maintain engagement and a desire to take part in sessions

How the premium has allowed pupils to develop active lifestyles:

·       Activities for children to use at playtime

·       Less children having to be spoken to about bringing PE kits into school to participate = less reluctant pupils participation has improved.

·       Children are staff are making positive health choices in relation to physical activity

·       Increasing number of children have begun accessing activities begun at school within their wider community

·       School has a minimal number of children deemed to be obese/ overweight and not living healthy lifestyles,

How the school will sustain the improvements:

·       School will continue a rolling programme of replacing PE equipment

·       Further improvements to PE equipment around school will feature in the schools three year capital plans.

·       New staff next year will have specialist training from sports coaches to understand the most effective ways to improve and develop children’s skills in PE and physical activity

·       School will investigate providing further sustainable sporting clubs

 

Brooklands Swimming Proficiency at the end of Year 6

%

Able to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metes

90%

Able to use a range of strokes effectively (for example, front crawl, backstroke and breast stroke)

90%

Able to perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

90%