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What is the purpose of the PE and Sport Premium?

The PE and sport premium is a predetermined amount which the government has agreed to allocate every school. The funding is used to help provide additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils.

At Berkeley Primary School, we are driven to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles within all our pupils. Through this funding, we are able to offer an ever increasing range of sporting opportunities through clubs and at an inter school level.

 

It is for schools to decide how the PE and sports premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess areas for improvement. Audits of teacher skills and confidence, current PE provision and resources as well as results from pupil voice surveys are used to most effectively decide upon areas for future spending.

Funding 2017-18

 

 

Funding

Amount

Allocation

£16,000.00

Plus £10 per pupil

£5,110.00

Total

£21,110.00

 

2017/2018

Amount received

£21,110.00

Activities funded by the grant

School Sports Partnership including SSCo support within the Scunthorpe cluster

Sports Ambassador/Leader training/ Physical Activity programme/ Subject Leader support day/ Positive active lunchtimes/ Superstars programme

£

CPD including cover and Sports coaches

Leader development/West End dance company/Gym mentoring/Change4Life

£

Competition including transport and celebration

Includes local cluster, N. Lincs competitions and G&T athletics at EIS, Sheffield

£

Resources

General/KS1 resources to match new planning/OAA school mapping

£

Out of School Clubs

Delivery of clubs by TA’s after school

£

Intra school sports events and competitions/Rewards and sporting ceremonies

£

PE Kits and sports clothing

Football kits (3/4, 5/6 and girls teams)/Athletics polo shirts & shorts (KS1 & KS2)/staff PE uniform

£

 

Targeted active lifestyles and mentoring

Active lunchtime training for lunchtime supervisors and Change4Life

£

Total

£

     

 

Funding 2016-17

 

 

Funding

Amount

Allocation

£8,000.00

Plus £5 per pupil

£2,520.00

Total

£10,520.00

 

2016/2017

Amount received

£10,520.00

Activities funded by the grant

School Sports Partnership including SSCo support within the Scunthorpe cluster

Sports Ambassador/Leader training/ Physical Activity programme/ Subject Leader support day/ Positive active lunchtimes/ Superstars programme

£2,750.00

CPD including cover and Sports coaches

Leader development/West End dance company/Gym mentoring/Change4Life

£1500.00

Competition including transport and celebration

Includes local cluster, N. Lincs competitions and G&T athletics at EIS, Sheffield

£1500.00

Resources

General/KS1 resources to match new planning/OAA school mapping

£2290.00

Out of School Clubs

Delivery of clubs by TA’s after school

£400.00

Intra school sports events and competitions/Rewards and sporting ceremonies

£500.00

PE Kits and sports clothing

Football kits (3/4, 5/6 and girls teams)/Athletics polo shirts & shorts (KS1 & KS2)/staff PE uniform

£1000.00

 

Targeted active lifestyles and mentoring

Active lunchtime training for lunchtime supervisors and Change4Life

£580.00

Total

£10520.00

     

Whole school Impact of Sports Premium Funding 2016-2017

  • Data from pupil questionnaire (both quantitative and qualitative) shows that pupils enjoy PE lessons.
  • Many of the children questioned about after school clubs have attended one at some point throughout the year.
  • 2 hours of PE are timetabled for all KS2 classes with additional opportunities being provided through after school and lunchtime clubs.
  • There have been 16 different sports that children have participated in outside of school from KS1 –KS2. This in an increase on previous years in KS2 where new opportunities have been given for children to take part in level 2 competitions in: Orienteering, Tennis, Dodgeball, Rounders, Tri-golf and inclusive football. This has greatly increased pupil participation and increased the numbers of previously ‘non-active’ children being given the opportunity to represent the school. As well as this, participation in level 2 events in KS1 have improved, as for the last few years, KS1 have not been a part of the NLSSP. These opportunities have included: dodgeball, invasion games, multisports and a variety of different athletics events.
  • Opportunities for inclusion in sporting participation as detailed by the ‘Your school games’ mark, involved: 10 B teams and 4 C teams. This is a fantastic achievement as this includes A.B.C and D teams in Tag rugby on two occasions and the ability to take 84 children in Y5/6 to orienteering.
  • PE and sporting achievements are celebrated in assemblies and through rewards such as ‘dojo’s’ and they also reported on Piota (school app) and Twitter.
  • Opportunities for G&T children were provided through a visit to the EIS (English Institute of Sport) where they received a tour of the facilities and specialist coaching.
  • Teacher audits have informed the need for CPD. CPD given to the majority of KS1 teachers focused on the structure and delivery of an outstanding PE lesson. Furthermore, an audit carried out during the Autumn term highlighted the need for CPD in two areas: dance and orienteering. A staff meeting to focus on CPD regarding orienteering was delivered on 7.5.17.
  • Pupils from KS2 have attended a training course for sports ambassador roles which has enabled them to lead peers in their own lessons during warm ups and small group situations.
  • New equipment for the delivery of PE has been utilised and this has seen Tennis return to the curriculum and delivered in a far more inclusive way.
  • Lunch time supervisors and TA’s have been given extra training to ensure that children have more opportunities to be active and lunchtimes. New equipment is being purchased to ensure new games and activities can be implemented on the playground.
  • PE kits have been purchased for children who represent the school. These have included: 3 football kits, polo shirts and shorts. PE kits (spare) were also purchased to help children take part in PE in line with the spare kit clause in the school policy.
  • After school clubs are offered by both internal and external staff.
  • Our Y5/6 Sportshall athletics team were crowned Humberside Champions and our Y3/4 team finished 3rd in their equivalent event.
  • The school qualified for the Humber School Games in 4 disciplines on the 14.7.17. These are: Boccia (2 teams), Orienteering (2 teams), Tri-golf and netball.

Overall impact of Sports Premium Funding

(Prior to the school becoming an all through Primary)

  • In previous years as Berkeley Junior and Infant School, we have made significant strides in our provision of PE across the school. This is evident over the past three years in which the Junior school had achieved the Sainsbury’s Bronze award in 2013-14, Silver in 2014-2015 and Gold in 2015-2016. This is something we are seeking to maintain as the newly formed Berkeley Primary School.
  • As Berkeley Junior and Infant School we promoted PE to parents and the community through newsletters, the website and also twitter. As well as this, PE was celebrated during whole school assemblies and an end of year sporting assembly.
  • PE has a high status within both schools and we have celebrated success at level 2 inter-school competitions and also at level 3 Humber Games competitions. The school has represented N.Lincs on multiple occasions in sports such as; Quad kids athletics, sportshall Athletics (in which we have been crowned Humber Champions on several occasions for Y3/4 and 5/6), tag rugby, swimming, boccia, orienteering and netball.
  • Staff received CPD in gymnastics and dance, more specifically gymnastics, and this has impacted greatly on the quality and provision of PE lessons. Staff are more confident in the delivery of the subject and this is reflected in the attainment of the children. Staff CPD in PE has also been delivered termly, addressing the needs and confidence of staff members.
  • Opportunities for 'vulnerable' groups and less confident individuals to participate in sporting activities were organised, which would otherwise be beyond their means e.g. boccia and football festivals and this coincided with the purchase of boccia equipment.
  • New resources invigorate PE lessons and emphasise the importance we place on sports at our school.
  • The development of intra and inter school competitions provided all children with the opportunity to access experiences that they may otherwise be unable to. An increasing number of children have had the honour and take pride in representing their school in competitions through B, C and D teams in sporting competitions and events such as; tag rugby, cross country, football, orienteering and boccia.
  • Opportunities for G&T children have been provided through visits to the EIS.  Children have received coaching in new sports and been able to look around the facilities afforded to some of our most prominent athletes.
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