Primary Sports Premium 2016-17
Summary of Expenditure

 

Objectives:

 

  • To improve the quality of physical education provision across the school, with a focus on a multi-skills approach.
  • To improve the equipment and resources available to children in clubs and lessons.
  • To improve the sports equipment available to children at lunchtime.
  • To ensure all children understand the importance of a healthy lifestyle and to encourage the least active children to partake in physical activity more than twice a week.
Objective Action Approximate Cost
To improve the quality of physical education provision across the school, with a focus on a multi-skills approach.

Continuing our membership with the Sutton Schools Sports Partnership (SSSP). Included in this:

  • Assistance with development planning, curriculum planning, Ofsted guidance and assessment for PE.
  • Entry into borough competitions.
  • 6 days of bespoke support for staff CPD.
  • PE Coordinator to annual PE Conference.
  • Team teaching with NQTs.
  • Support in delivery of Real PE.
  • Youth Sport Trust membership.
£3810
New scheme of work to accompany Real PE. Thus allowing PE coordinator to update long term planning and ensure that all teachers have high quality PE planning. £600
To improve the sporting opportunity, equipment and resources available to children in clubs and lessons.
  • Specialised coaches to deliver extra-curricular clubs.
  • Part-fund clubs so disadvantaged children can attend.
  • Clubs linked to competitions, where possible.
  • Specialised coaches to deliver lunchtime multi-skills clubs to less active KS1 & KS2 pupils.
  • Equipment audit, involving pupils and staff.
  • Purchase new equipment
£3265
To improve the equipment available to children at lunchtime.
  • Purchase new equipment that will available to children to use during lunchtimes.
  • Equipment to be available to Change4Life and specialist coaches.
£400
To ensure all children understand the importance of a healthy lifestyle and to encourage the least active children to partake in physical activity more than twice a week.
  • All children to have the opportunity to take part in The Daily Mile, at least 3 times a week.
  • Current year 5 children to be trained by SSSP as Change4Life coaches. Coaches to then run a lunchtime club for less active KS1 children 3 times a week.
  • Specialised coaches to deliver lunchtime multi-skills clubs to less active KS1 and KS2 pupils.
£1100
Total: £9575

 

The Impact of Sports Premium at Brookfield Primary 2015/6

The Sports Premium funding has allowed us to offer the children of Brookfield a wider variety of sporting opportunity. Children have been given greater opportunities to take part in different extra-curricular clubs. We have been able to ensure that every child takes part in two-hours of physical activity every week, with many taking part in far more. Participation in sport is growing and our success rates in competition are also rising. We have also been able to offer physical education INSET days for staff to assist them with their PE teaching to ensure highest standards are met. Staff will take part in a full day INSET, run by Create Development, which will allow teachers to follow the scheme of work set out in Real PE. Through the Sports Premium funding we have been able to achieve the Sainsbury’s School Games Bronze Award.

The Impact of Sports Premium at Brookfield Primary 2014/15

Staff worked alongside a qualified coach, to plan and deliver effective PE lessons. This enabled staff to gain experience and confident in different areas of PE and it also allowed them to observe correct practise in different sports. Children were given opportunities to attend Mini-Gym and cheerleading clubs, both run by a specialised coaches. The Sports Premium allowed staff to take children to different sporting events throughout the day, enabling children to participate in a wide range of competitions and sports events.