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Sports Premium

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

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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%