Sports Funding 2017 to 2018

The PE and sport premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils. This is aimed to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles, combating physical inactivity, increasing parental engagement and ensuring PE is fully inclusive to all children. The amount of funding received has increased for the academic year 2017-18, with schools receiving funding based on the number of pupils on roll. Schools with 17 or more pupils on roll will receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil. The Government will publish the school level breakdown of funding for the academic year 2017 to 2018, including conditions of grant, in October 2017.

Sports Premium Funding Allocation expected for 2017-18 £16,000 plus £10 per pupil on role

In 2017/18 we will be using the funding to:
  • Participate in the Bucks Sports Partnership activities and training.
  • Introduce the Real PE programme for a full school roll out in 2018-19 to ensure sustainable curriculum offering to the pupils.
  • Train P.E. Subject Leader using the Real P.E. training programme to support staff development and training for any new staff in the future.
  • Develop shadow P.E. co-ordinator role for succession planning.
  • Introduce the new Real P.E. assessment framework for continued development of P.E. and Games assessment.
  • Professionally develop staff through team teaching opportunities with expert practitioners – dance, gymnastics, rugby, football and swimming
  • Train staff in specialist and comprehensive P.E. first aid training. 
  • Maintain and purchase specialist P.E. equipment and general play and leisure equipment. 
  • Allow access to the school outdoor gym to all children before, during and after school.
  • Teaching assistants to run clubs.
  • Access competitions through different sports and for a variety if students and year groups, including inter-house and inter-school
  • Promote health, wellbeing and fitness through various schemes including Fit in 5. Including allowing families to access the walk before school.  Monitor and develop this provision.
  • To incorporate 'Fit in 5 initiative' fully into the curriculum across the whole school with the long term plan of implementing an all weather track.
  • Look to increase parental engagement through healthy living schemes e.g. Henry programme run by the Children's Centre.
  • Providing PE kit for all children.

To ensure sustainability the school will continue it's commitment to:

  • Engage and enthuse pupils to participate in high quality, meaningful school competition, supporting them in achieving their personal best in school and life.
  • Continue to provide access to a range of opportunities for pupils to take part in competitive and non-competitive sports inside and outside of school.
  • Continue to provide transportation to sporting events when possible.
  • Continue to provide opportunities for pupils to develop leadership skills and aspects of citizenship through volunteer roles as sports leaders. Sports Leaders support and implement playtime initiatives to support physical activities and play for all students.
  • Work with the Bucks Sports Partnership to enhance a range of opportunities for the pupils, including before and after school clubs.
  • Support from experienced sports professionals in enhancing the sports curriculum throughout the school.
  • Promote a healthy attitude towards being physically active.
  • Increase physical activity levels in less active children
  • Provide opportunities for young people with limited mobility the opportunity to take part in a variety of sports.
  • Purchase new and exciting sports equipment to engage all students across the school.
Enhance teaching though specialist staff training provision:
  • Links with local sports clubs to identify how to support G&T students and to encourage children to attend sports clubs outside of school.
  • Key staff to continue to develop Sports and P.E. knowledge by attending sports training days.
  • Staff training twilight session based on games and executing a whole class game.
  • One – to – One work with teachers from each year band over the course of the year to build skills and knowledge.
  • Change 4 Life training for support staff.
  • Change 4 Life club - focusing on active participation from Year 3 and Year 4 students.
  • School Games day to be held for some KS2 year groups at Burnham Grammar.
  • After school clubs -football, netball, athletics.
  • Sixth Form leaders from Burnham Grammar School to support teachers with implementing sports.
  • Cycling skills for Y6.

 

Conclusion of 2016-2017

Measuring Impact:

Within the last year we have ensured effective use of funding in the following ways and will commit to continuation of this in the forthcoming year.

  • We have continuation of internal competitions from 1 a year, to 6 competitions a year - one each half term for all children to participate in. 
  • We have participated in external competitions across a number of sports.
  • We have a Change 4 Life Club - focusing on Year 3 and Year 4 children to promote a love for an active and healthy lifestyle.
  • We measure student involvement in extracurricular clubs and funding clubs to allow access to a variety of sports to all children. 
  • We are involved in a variety of alternative sports, to allow all children to participate in sports.  For example we hold Boccia competitions and enter 'Alternative Sports Festivals' which allows access to all children to participate and compete in sports. 
  • We have a Sports Council for children to be involved in leading sports opportunities, attending leadership training, supporting playtime initiatives and supporting the Healthy School Council. 
  • We monitor children's ability to successfully swim a minimum of 25m before the end of Year 5.
  • Training for pupil play leaders has increased participation of games during lunchtimes.
  • We have introduced a lunch time skipping league which has engaged many children across the school and maintained the level of a healthy competitive spirit.
  • We use pupil questionnaires to gain feedback from pupils.
  • Planning has been developed across the school to fully encompass all aspects of playing a sport as well as personal fitness development.
  • We record and compare competitions and evaluate impact on individual children as well as the school as a whole.
  • Students attend swimming lessons in Year 3, 4 and 5. The school monitors swimming attendance, G&T swimmers and identifies whether or not children can swim 25m.
  • Children are assessed against the National Curriculum by all teachers to monitor improvement and development in all areas of P.E and Games.
  • We have increased sports day sessions to increase participation.
  • We are trialing additional daily activity to increase fitness levels of all children.

 

KEY ISSUE/FOCUS FOR DEVELOPMENT: PE

Our priorities are:

-      To develop the Real PE Curriculum

-      To evaluate the Sports Trust value for money

-      To be fully inclusive for all children.

-      To continue to develop competition within and out of school, to involve students in all areas of organisation of sport.

-      To promote a positive, healthy and active lifestyle.