Braunstone Frith Primary School

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PE and Sport Premium

Academic Year 2017/2018

£16,000 funding + £10 per pupil
644 pupils = £6440. Total of £22,440

This funding must be used to improve the quality of PE and the sports activities that we offer.

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Item

Cost

Impact on participation and attainment

How this improvement will be sustainable

Specialist PE teacher
Specialist coaching lunchtime / after school

£17300

Up to date and relevant coaching. Higher level for particular sports. Team teach coaching to improve staff curriculum knowledge.
Spaces filled (including 50% girls). Positive engagement. Improved agility. Improved fitness and balance ability. Lunchtime management is more effective.

Staff are more skilled to teach good or better PE lessons.
The children will experience a wider range of sports coached at a higher level therefore children will be better skilled long-term.
Children will be more inspired to continue playing a sport in a team as they progress through school and onto the next stage of their education.

After school clubs & events - school teaching staff

£1200

Positive engagement. Improved agility. Improved fitness. Wider variety of extra-curricular opportunities for children.

Increased engagement across the whole school through extra-curricular opportunities.
- Children will be more inspired to continue playing a sport in a team as they progress through school and onto the next stage of their education

Transport to date

£1500

Improved opportunities to take part in competitions and events.

BFPS will be able to take part in more competitions and events across the City therefore BFPS will be more highly regarded among the sporting community.

Sport Equipment

£5000

PE lessons better equipped and resourced. A wider variety of physical activity can be offered. PE lessons are more accessible for all.
- Trophy cabinet £1000
- Improved storage £1000
- Sport equipment £3000

- Parents and stakeholders will see that BFPS hold PE and healthy living as highly regarding and that sporting achievements are celebrated within school.
- PE lessons and activities will be supported to be good or better through the use of good organisation, storage and equipment.

Administration for the football league

£300

Improved football skills and physical ability. Improved cooperation within a team. Improved opportunities to take part in competitions and events in the wider community.

- BFPS football team will be open to more opportunities after taking part in competitions and events through the league. Therefore BFPS will be more highly regarded among the sporting community.

SSPAN

£1500

- Access to all KS1 & KS2 competitions.
- Leadership training for 4 Year 5 & 6 pupils, Young Ambassadors and Healthy Lifestyles Programme.
- Access to healthy lifestyle coach programme (Link to Change for Life).
- Access to physical literacy programme to support the development of literacy skills via music and movement.
- A healthy lifestyle event for targeted children in Years 3 & 4.
- Access to Foundation Balance Ability bikes. School sport coaching and community links ? access to tri-sport initiatives.
- Support to access external funding streams.
- Access to range of CPD at reduced cost.
- Access to PE network events.
- Support with developing a 3-year action plan to produce OFSTED evidence.

- If BFPS join SSPAN, we can take part in multiple competitions and events across the City, which will develop more external links and a wider variety of extra-curricular PE opportunities. Non-members of SSPAN can do 6 events. Members of SSPAN can do 21 events.
- This is sustainable because SSPAN organise the events and teachers do not have to set up events or competitions.

Total

£26,800

Grant funding
Staff salary budget
School fundraising

 

Provision of PE and Sport

- BFPS believe that Physical Education plays a vital role in contributing to a child's physical and emotional development and well-being. We believe that PE lessons at our school provide a platform to encourage and motivate our children in extra-curricular sporting participation.
- As a school, we aim to provide as many sporting opportunities as possible for all of our pupils, both within the curriculum and outside of it, as well as competitive opportunities.
- Physical movement of any kind is fundamental in allowing our pupils to grow into healthy and active children.
- Currently we offer a wide range of sports clubs across the school including football, basketball, dodgeball, multi-sports, rounders, athletics, cricket and badminton.
- This funding will enable the school to build on the quality of our PE and sports provision throughout the school. It will also allow us to effectively increase the amount of extra-curricular sport and activity.

Our vision for PE and sport

As a school we will:
- Develop a sustainable and coherent sports programme throughout the whole school.
- Offer a broad and balanced PE programme which is accessible to all.
- Ensure that all groups of pupils are inspired by what we offer and participate in both individual and team activities.
- Increase our frequency and quality of sporting activities and build on what we already offer.

Moderation & Evaluation

- Observations or learning walks of PE lessons and clubs
- Data analysis of Symphony assessment for PE ? % attainment, contextual and groups
- Pupil interviews
- Staff interviews
- Parent questionnaires
- Audit of Sports equipment