PE and School Sport Funding 2016 -17 

Purpose of funding

Cost

Activities

Evidence

Impact

Maintain the high number of competitions entered and increase pupils’ participation in the school games.  Increase our success at sports competitions.

Including Inter / intra competitions

 

 

£3,200

Contribution towards membership of the Bishop Challoner school sport partnership



Competition calendar for sporting events/ activities

Awards/trophies

Children’s comments

Increased number of competitions entered:

16 in 2014-2015

23 in 2015-2016

35 in 2016-2017

More children have had the opportunity to represent the school, perform at a competitive level, and build confidence;  2015/16 - 98 children represented school

                      2016/17 - 137 children

Increased success in competitions - We were in the top 3 in 13 competitions. We won 11 of the competitions entered .

Won Birmingham Primary Schools Premier league football division - First time in 90 year history.

Two boys represented South Birmingham District, winning many county trophies and reaching the National championship finals.

We now have 5 boys from years 4-5 representing South Birmingham district for the upcoming 2017-18 season.

Sustainability

Continue to subscribe to the partnership whilst developing relationships with local schools. Gifted and talented provision for more able pupils provided weekly. Ensure high quality provision in the Physical Education curriculum through peer to peer pedagogy. Celebration of success to encourage others to take part and join clubs.

Increasing  places on offer for less active pupils and reception aged pupils in after school sporting activities

 


£2,000

A range of after school activities which are subsidised by the school to engage less active pupils and to raise standards of achievement in PE and school sport.

Offer at least one physical activity club per term to reception aged children

Extended Curriculum timetable



At least two clubs per day,  with clubs for all year groups.

Autumn 128  children attended 13 after school clubs

Spring 218  children attended 16 after school clubs and 20 children attended two lunchtime clubs

Summer 221  children attended 18 after school clubs.

Our change for life club and competition attendance has been recognised as a model of good practise by the School Sport Partnership and we attended a special ‘Change for life’ day on 14th July at the school games finals.

Reception - 7 children attended Multiskills club

17 children attended physical phonics club

Sustainability

Celebration of success to encourage others to take part and join clubs. Startwell Level 2 award achieved to ensure physical activity is embedded into the EYFS curriculum.

Supporting and engaging the least active children through Change for Life club and lunchtime activities


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One hour per week C4L after school club for targeted Y3 & 4  children (less active and overweight)

Lunchtime skills challenges for all children to participate in

Extended Curriculum time table


C4L display board, photographs

13 children attended the first C4L club January - March

24 children attended the club from April - July gaining a range of awards and certificates, as well as being invited to attend the School Games Final.  


The number of children involved in Skills Challenges at lunchtimes increased from 12% to 31% led by our Sports Ambassadors and coach.


640 pupils took part in the Sit Less Move More day. Extremely positive feedback from parents and pupils.

Sustainability

Change for life club to continue but supported by play leaders and wider PE team.

Employment of Level 2 Sports Coach/Mentor

£12,000

To ensure good gross motor development in  EYFS, to improve gross motor development of targeted pupils in KS1 & KS2


To run C4L after school club and ensure active lunchtimes

To identify and develop more able children and offer extra coaching sessions

Timetables

Performance of more able pupils in competitions

Assessment information

21 children  from across the school  involved in gross motor programme.  

78% of these children achieved ARE  in end of year PE assessment

11% achieving ARE+ in end of year PE assessment.  

28 children received Physical Development in EYFS & Y1

EYFS - 15 children received additional physical development  50% of the group achieved ELG 2 and 20% achieved above ELG 3.  

Y1 - 90% achieved ARE in end of year PE assessment, with 10% achieving ARE+.

13 children attended the first C4L club January - March

24 children attended the club from April - July gaining a range of awards and certificates, as well as being invited to attend the School Games Final.  

The number of children involved in Skills Challenges at lunchtimes increased from 12% to 31% led by our Sports Ambassadors and coach.


37 children received Gifted and Talented coaching, who then went on to represent school in a range of competitions

Sustainability

Develop a larger PE team across school which includes staff from EYFS, KS1 and KS2. Theses staff will take responsibility for developing/sustaining provision. Employ a PE and School sport teacher to further develop provision.

To promote ongoing physical activity and to engage less active children in physical activity during holidays

£1,500

Holiday sports camps to encourage physical activity, to enjoy competitions and to embed healthy habits

certificates, medals and trophy rewards

Photographs

Pupil feedback

(PE File)

13 children attended Summer camp

30 children attended Easter camp


Sustainability

The PE team will take responsibility for this area.

Costs = £18,700

PE and school sport funding = £9,500  School contribution = £9,200


PE and School Sport Funding 2015 -16

Purpose of funding

Cost

Activities

Evidence

Impact

Increasing the number of sports competitions and increasing pupils’ participation in the school games.

Including Inter / intra competitions

£3,200

Contribution towards membership of the Bishop Challoner school sport partnership

Competition calendar for sporting events/ activities

Number of competitions entered in 2014/2015 = 14

Number of competitions entered in 2015/2016 = 25

The number of pupils taking part increased from 18 to 57.

Over 200% increase


Top 3 ranking in 11/25 competitions. A significant improvement on 2014/2015 2/14

Increasing  places on offer to pupils in after school sporting activities

£2,000

A range of after school activities which are subsidised by the school to engage vulnerable pupils and to raise standards of achievement in PE and school sport.

Extended Curriculum timetable

44 pupil premium attended the clubs on offer.

This equates to 36% of the total number of children

Supporting and engaging the least active children through our Healthy Body / Healthy Minds programme

£3,000

Providing 12, two hour, weekly sessions for children & parents on healthy lifestyles


After school Active club for less active, KS1 children

News letter  / flyer

Programme




Extended Curriculum time table

6  families engaged in the active families programme

Physical Education coach to work alongside teachers

£3,000

The coach will work alongside six teachers throughout the academic year

Feedback forms from teachers

Lesson observations

The coach worked alongside a number of teachers. Feedback in terms of skills and knowledge developed was positive.

Level 5 Professional qualification for our lead coach to develop leadership and coaching skills

£2,000

Attending training, disseminating skills

Qualification

Core Task Assessments

Course successfully completed

60% of children are working at ARE with

20% of pupils above ARE

PE Apprentices

£16,000

Apprentices attend weekly training

They support the teaching of all PE units

They lead lunch time games to engage children in physical activity

They attend competitions

They coach our G&T pupils every week

Training Folders

Qualification

Photographs in PE file



Time table

 

The apprentices successfully  completed their training and are currently employed by the school to support PE and school sport

There has been a significant increase in the number of children who are physically active in the playground at playtime and lunchtimes as recognised in our Progress Partner’s report

20% of pupils above ARE

We have experienced more success in competitions due to the quality of PE and school sport being delivered.

Costs = £29,200 PE and school sport funding = £9,500 (estimate) School contribution = £19,700

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Billesley Primary School
Trittiford Road
Billesley
Birmingham
B13 0ES
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