Braunstone Frith Primary School

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PE and Sports Premium Funding

Purpose of the Grant

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

Total amount of grant received: £10,388

Allocation

Amount (£)

1. Transport to date (April 2017)

£910 to date

2. Sports equipment

£1000

3. SI Sports (lunchtime coaching)

£6100

4. Specialist coaching
Lunchtimes / afterschool

£1001 to date

5. After-school clubs and events
School teaching staff

£1200

6. Administration costs
Football league

£300

Total

£10511

Braunstone Frith Primary School PE and Sport Funding

Provision of PE and Sport

Braunstone Frith Primary School believes 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 club across the school including: football, basketball, dodgeball, multi-sports, rounders, athletics, gymnastics, dance, cricket, badminton, tennis and hockey.

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 physical activity.

Our vision for PE and Sport

As a school we will:

  1. Develop a sustainable and coherent sports programme throughout the school.

  2. Offer a broad and balanced PE programme which is accessible to all.

  3. Ensure that all groups of pupils are inspired by what we offer and participate in both individual and team activities.

  4. Increase our frequency and quality of sporting activities and build on what we already offer.

Funding Allocation

PE / Sport Provision

Impact

1

Year 5 / 6 Football Team
'Quads'

Improved football skills and physical ability
Improved co-operation between team-mates

2

Equipment

PE lessons better equipeed and resoured
Wider variety of physical actvity can be offered
PE lessons accessible for all

3

External Specialist Coaching

Up to date and relevant coaching
Higher level of coaching for particular sports
Team teach coaching to improve staff knowledge

4(a)

Lunch-time multi-sports

Spaces all filled (including 50% girls)
Positive engagement
Improved agility skills
Improved fitness
Improved balance ability

4(b)

Year 3 Tennis

Positive engagement
Improved agility skills
Improved fitness
Improved balance ability

4(c)

Year 4 Dodgeball and Basketball

Spaces all filled (including 30% girls)
Positive engagement
Improved agility skills