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Sports Premium Funding

What is Sports Premium?

 

Sports Premium is an amount of money which the government has agreed to allocate to schools. The amount schools receive is based upon the number of children the school has. The Sports Premium is to be used to increase the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision, and increase participation in PE and sport.

 

At Burton upon Stather Primary we strive to promote healthy and active lifestyles and aim to provide sporting opportunities for all of our pupils.

 

 

Sport Premium Funding 2016-2017

At Burton upon Stather Primary, we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children.

Our Primary School Sport’s Funding will enable us to continue and extend our provision through employing additional sports professionals, entering into more competitive sports competitions and training our staff to deliver in-house quality PE sessions.

Total number of pupils on role

205

Lump sum

£8,000

Total amount of Sport Premium Funding expected to receive

£9,025

Summary of Sport Premium Funding 2016-17

Objectives of spending Sport Premium Funding

  • To improve the provision of PE even further at Burton upon Stather Primary School
  • Broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to all pupils
  • To develop a love of sport and physical activity for all pupils
  • Increase participation in sport and physical activity in a variety of forms

Item/Project

Cost (approx.)

Objectives

 

Outcomes

North Lincolnshire Sports Network

Gold Package

£2500

  • Improving participation in intra and inter school sport.
  • Continual provision development for staff in key areas
  • Cluster events and competitions which includes festivals, KS1 and KS2 and inclusive options linking with a new local secondary school
  • Whole school physical activity programme Skip4life
  • Support and advice from PE specialist advisors Primary Ambassadors
  • Future Stars
  • Primary PE forums
  • School has attended more competitions both at Level 2 and cluster events than previous years.
  • One member of staff has attended FA football training and is already implementing key skills in playtimes and lessons

It’s Catching activity days took place where each child in school given a ball and booklet to encourage key catching skills- a 72% increase in catching skills was evident between the two days. 

Sports Equipment / Sports Committee

£1000

  • To develop a child voice in PE
  • Choosing school sport outside of the curriculum
  • To resource the continuing deliverance of PE provision and playground equipment
  • Organise key sporting events e.g. Sports week
  • Organise Sports Relief
  • Two children from each class now act as representatives for PE helping to decide after school clubs.
  • A successful sports week took place with a wide range of sports including cheerleading, dance, obstacle race and Mini Kicks.
  • Sports day feedback from both pupils, staff and parents was positive.

Burton fitness events was organised by Sports Committee children and £679.90 was raised to purchase a new football kit.

Transport

£1500

  • To provide more opportunities for the school to attend intra and inter school sports festivals.

 

Coaches and mini buses have been booked to facilitate travel to and from different venues for several different sporting events.

 

Outdoor Fitness Equipment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dance CPD

£10000

(£1500 from funding the rest supplemented from school budget)

 

 

 

 

 

£1680

  • To increase participation in exercise outdoors
  • To create an enjoyment of physical activity
  • To broaden available resource for children to access

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Continual provision development for staff in key areas
  • To provide staff with a 6-week scheme that is linked to a Cornerstones topic
  • To encourage enjoyment in dance lessons with Street Beat

To encourage staff confidence in teaching PE

 

  • Members of the sports committee worked together to choose equipment.
  • 60 second challenge board was made to encourage the use of equipment in physical ways

Feedback from children is all positive and it is used at all playtimes weather permitting.

 

 

 

 

  • All Key Stage 1 and 2 have gone through coaching training, all staff members have feedback positively to the experience and 6-week scheme provided that is linked with cornerstones.

Children have feedback positively and enjoyed dance lessons taught

Summary

Total  received

£8900

Total expenditure

 

£18180

 

 

Amount to be received:

 

The 2015-2016 Sport Premium funding for Burton upon Stather Primary School was £8000

Record of Sports Premium Funding by item/project – 2015-2016

Item/Project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

To successfully work in with the local School Sports Partnership

 

£1,000

 

£375

To improve PE experience for all young people.

 

-To increase physical activity opportunities for young people.

-To enable young people to enjoy a range of school sport outside of the curriculum

- To increase confidence in delivering high quality PE lessons.

Children partook in a range in a range of different competitions at both level 2 and level 3.

Children took part in the first athletics event at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield.

Key sports specialist worked alongside two teacher modelling PE lessons and then shared with staff.

  School received Gold Mark for 2015/2016. 

Equipment provision for curriculum teaching, playtime activities and after school PE clubs

 £1,125

To ensure school has sufficient equipment to reach its aims and a smooth transition into a new school build

Key audit took place which allowed for new equipment for the new school build. New school kit also purchased which has received positive feedback from both parents and children.

Focused staffing

£4,500

To further support the development of sporting assistants with CPD.

To engage KS1 and KS2 pupils in a range of team based physical activities during lunch times and break times.

Over 85% of KS2 pupil attended an extra-curricular sport club through the year. In KS1 75% attended an extra- curricular sport club. Key staff have worked alongside others to improve the teaching of PE in lessons..

Transport

£1000

To enable young people enjoy a range of school sport outside of the curriculum

Increased participation and Level 2 and Level 3 sporting competitions for both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children.

Spor    REPORT TO PARENTS 2015

    Amount Received: £8085

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Record of Sports Premium Funding by item/project – 2014-15

Item/Project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

Becoming embedded within the local School Sports Partnership including SSCo support.

 

£2,500

To improve PE experience for all young people.

 

-To increase physical activity opportunities for young people.

-To enable young people to enjoy a range of school sport outside of the curriculum

- To increase confidence in delivering high quality PE lessons.

After-school sporting provision participation has increased continued from 50% to 70% in 2013-2014, from 70% to 80% over the year. 

Impact from CPD/ Sporting Teaching Assistants means more after school clubs are available to children for both keys stages and a range of sports are being covered through the year. Clubs on offer have increased and sports available are changing now half termly which has continued to improve participation by increasing 10%.

Development of intra and inter school competitions has provided children access to experiences they may not have otherwise been able to with 90% of children enjoying competitions that take place in and out of school. All children took part in a competitive sports day with positive feedback from parents and children about the change in events.

Through the partnership Burton will again be aiming for the Sainsbury silver kite mark award.

Equipment

 £2330

To ensure school has sufficient equipment to reach its aims

Equipment purchased has continued to allow the school to host a major inter-school competition. Parent feedback from volunteers and spectators was positive.

The school council has been a key driver in purchasing of new equipment both in terms of playground activities and PE lessons.  In particular games for break times to run alongside the PE leaders. Working alongside our partnership schools has facilitated intra-school competitions for a wider range of sporting activities, e.g. football, dodgeball and table tennis.

Focused staffing

£3052

To engage KS1 and KS2 pupils in a range of team based physical activities during lunch times and break times in order to improve participation rates and behaviour.

Sporting teaching assistants has allowed opportunities for ‘vulnerable’ groups and less confident individuals to participate in sporting activities are being organised, which would otherwise be beyond their means.

Physical activity is promoted on both playgrounds with organised play. There has been an increase in participation. Behaviour has also improved with less incidents taking place with the reinforcement of sportsmanship.

Transport

£800

To enable young people enjoy a range of school sport outside of the curriculum

School has used transport to allow for more children to access competitions at different schools. Pupils have access to a wider range of sport facilitated by the local facilities. Key Stage one were again able to experience intra school competitions with local schools.

 

 

 

Report to Parents: 2014

 

 

The 2014 Sports Premium funding for Burton upon Stather Primary School was £8980

 

 

 

Below is how we have utilised the grant.

 

Item/Project

Cost

Objective

Outcome

Becoming established within the local School Sports Partnership including SSCo support.

 

£2,500

To improve PE experience for all young people.

 

-To increase physical activity opportunities for young people.

-To enable young people to enjoy a range of school sport outside of the curriculum

- To increase confidence in delivering high quality PE lessons.

After-school sporting provision participation has increased from 49% to 70%.  Impact from CPD means more after school clubs are available to children. Clubs on offer have increased three-fold which has impacted on participation increasing 20%.

Development of intra and inter school competitions has provided children access to experiences they may not have otherwise been able to with 89% of children enjoying competitions that take place in and out of school.

As a direct result of internal and external CPD provision for pupils has improved from 60% of lessons judged to been good in PE to 95%. Pupil feedback shows that 97% of pupils enjoy their PE lessons.

Through the Sports Partnership we also received the School Games Silver Kitemark.

Equipment

 £1500

To ensure school has sufficient equipment to reach its aims

Equipment purchased allowed the school to host a major inter-school competition. Parent feedback from volunteers and spectators was positive.

Pupils voice has been a key driver in purchasing of new equipment both in terms of playground activities and PE lessons. Working alongside our partnership schools has facilitated intra-school competitions for a wider range of porting activities such as dodgeball, football and table tennis.

Focused staffing

£3052

To engage KS2 pupils in a range of team based physical activities during lunch times and break times in order to improve participation rates and behaviour.

Sports mentors have facilitated opportunities for vulnerable groups and less confident individuals to participate in sporting activities which would otherwise be beyond their means.
Physical activity is promoted on both infant and junior playgrounds with organised play/sport. There has been a clear increase in participation rates. Behaviour has also improved with less incidents taking place with the reinforcement of sportsmanship skills.

Transport

£1000

To enable young people enjoy a range of school sport outside of the curriculum

School has strengthened links with local secondary school and also surrounding primary schools. Pupils have access to a wider range of sport facilitated by the local secondary school’s facilities. Key Stage One were able to experience intra school competitions with local schools.

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