Sports Premium

Broadfield Primary School – Sports Premium

 

Broadfield Sport Premium Grant Aims

All staff will be aware of Sports Premium funding and its rationale

We will have high expectations for all children in PE

We will adopt a ‘solutions focused’ approach to overcoming barriers – working within our collaborative of schools

We will use best practice in research and feedback from other schools, to make informed, creative and tailored choices on the most effective way for our pupils to use our Sports Premium Funding

Objectives of Sport Premium Spending

To increase participation in PE and competitive sport

To broaden the sporting opportunities available to all our pupils – ensuring extra- curricular activities offered are varied and inclusive

To increase attendance at after school clubs

To improve the quality of PE provision

To empower our pupils to meet life’s challenges

Improving quality of teaching

Create an environment of high aspirations and expectations

Monitor and Evaluate Sports Premium Spending and provide evidence and reports to show how this has had a positive impact on our children

Sports Premium Support 2016/17

 

Year Group Item/Project Cost Objective Planned Outcomes
Nursery – Y6 Contribution to Sports Teaching Assistant – £1575 To Team Teach with class teachers to increase overall skills, confidence and capability in delivering PE at all age groups.  For all KS1 teachers to have participated in Team Teach in all disciplines. High quality of PE lesson delivery taught at all Key Stages by Teachers and Teaching Assistants.

Schemes of Work created in house to be used across the school.

Nursery – Y6 Employed 2 Sports Apprentices from September 2016 to complete an 18 month training programme at the school – focusing on PE £4500 Increase lunch time opportunities for children  by apprentices leading a range of different activities which target less active children

 

Increase inclusion of all children in quality sports by introducing 2 new sports to Broadfield

 

Increase the number of after school clubs from 1 per evening to 2 per evening by end of the Autumn term,

2 members of staff will have achieved Teaching Assistant Level 3 in PE.

 

Every child, regardless of ability has the opportunity to attend an hour of free after school PE provision each week.

 

Boccia and Kurling introduced to Broadfield – in school and at a competitive level.

 

Pupil Voice indicates that children feel there is a suitable range of PE activities offered at lunch time and after school.

 

 

Nursery – Y6 Purchase equipment for 2 new sports to enable them to be introduced to the curriculum £500 Increase inclusion of all children in quality sports by introducing 2 new sports to Broadfield

 

 

More inclusive as the new sports are aimed at SEND children and those children who may not be motivated by existing popular sports
Nursery – Y6 Specialist Gymnastics Tuition £1000 To improve quality of PE Provision

 

This is ongoing as the children are advancing to higher skill levels and so school are benefiting from a higher level of skills coaching

 

Gymnastics coach has been supported in all lessons by apprentices to increase their specialist knowledge
Nursery – Y6 Hathershaw College Partnership £1000

 

Greater opportunity for high profile sports personalities to come into school School visit by Olympian – Nicola White
KS2 Transport to matches £500 To increase participation in PE and competitive sport

 

Now participating in SEND competitions

We are now able participate in competitions further afield.

 

Total Sports Premium received £9075
Total Expenditure £9075
Remaining £0

 

Impact

To increase participation in PE and competitive sport

Broadfield has always entered lots of competitions in various sports through our cluster and for Borough games, but we are concentrating on specific levels as well now to ensure we can achieve Sainsbury’s Sports Awards.

Each year we enter the Gymnastics Competition. It is a very precise technical competition even in KS1. Each year we are making big improvements. Last year we got through to the Borough Games. We have previously focussed on Gymnastics as an area of training which encouraged staff to use PE apparatus and carry out gymnastics lessons confidently

To broaden the sporting opportunities available to all our pupils – ensuring extra-curricular activities offered are varied and inclusive

Children’s University was completed for year 5 and 6. This year we have increased it to year 3 and 4.

We keep a record of all the hours children do as extra activities within school and outside school. Each child has a passport which is stamped regularly showing what activities they participated in.

We promoted clubs for girls. Every half term we did a physical activity that was a ‘girls only’ club to encourage them to participate. We asked them what types of clubs they wanted. This worked as more girls came to afterschool and lunchtime clubs.

To improve the quality of PE provision and PE teaching

Using videoing and coaching programmes help children to improve their techniques. This has been a really effective way of using ICT.

We have had staff training on how to deliver an outstanding PE lesson and have adopted their’ 5 minute’ plan lessons. We have observed staff from our local High School doing PE and they have observed and advised staff at our school.

We have a gymnastic specialist who teaches gymnastics and runs an after school club

Children in Year 6 have Heart start lesson which are invaluable. They learn how to help someone in medical distress.

Empowering Learners to Meet Life Challenges

We do Change for Life Clubs earmarking children who don’t do physical activity. Last year’s group enjoyed this club as they could choose what they wanted to do and were encouraged to have a go.

We have achieved Silver status in Sainsbury’s sports award. This year we have set out to achieve GOLD

Future Plans

To continue to ensure the extracurricular activities offered are varied and inclusive – including lunchtimes and before school

We have a more varied range of activities at lunchtime and encourage girls and different children to participate who might not access after school clubs.

Continue to work closely with Hathershaw School

Continue to enter all cluster competitions (level 2) at KS1 and 2.

Continue to enter level 2 Borough competitions for competitions in Lacrosse, Water Polo and Gymnastics.

Continue to enter level 3 competitions in Boccia and Gymnastics

Continue PE newsletter – report every fortnight (instead of termly) in the school

Newsletter and have a webpage on the school website for match reports.

For the webpage we will ask children to write reports to go onto the website

Continue to promote extra-curricular activities and clubs by the use of Children’s University

 

Sports Premium Support 2017/18

Focus Funding Breakdown Action Plan Evidence
Identity training and development needs for all staff and delivery suitable training CPD £2000 (cost of external training and use of existing experienced sports staff) Increase staff knowledge through utilisation of existing PE staff Questionnaire to staff highlighted a teacher who requested training in the teaching of gymnastics. Experienced school team member worked with her in the Autumn first half term and after a successful Team Teach, the teacher then taught gymnastics independently in the second half tem. Two TAs attended netball training enabling them to then teach netball in school independently.
Research, identify and trial suitable assessment methods for PE lessons £150 Introduce consistent whole school approach to monitoring children’s’ progress in PE Purchased a scheme of work for KS1. Learning objectives and success criteria are now part of each PE lesson. Children are aware of their success criteria.
Summer Sports Club £1000 Target less active children to participate in a range of healthy lifestyle activities in the school holidays Summer sports club took place staffed by school teaching assistants. Vulnerable children were targeted to attend. Attendance was high and the activity was oversubscribed.

Additional resources were purchased to allow a range of different activities.

Research, identify and trial initiatives aimed at parents education of health and wellbeing £1000 Target families that might have knowledge gaps in health related issues Introduced ‘Star Club’ an initiative to support targeted children and their families to have an active lifestyle. A group of children meet weekly to participate in a range of physical activities. Attendance has been high. Children have diaries to share their lifestyle habits with their families. Healthy eating is discussed and children take part in healthy cooking events. Parents are invited to attend the last session with their children to share good practice and to support the wellbeing of the whole family.
Contribution to continuation of Employment of 2 Sports Apprentices  from April 2017 – March 2018 £7750 Increase lunch time opportunities for children

Increase inclusion of all children in quality sports

Increase the number of after school clubs

The additional two members of staff has allowed us to run a series of structured lunch time activities across the school across a very wide range of sports. They also run after school clubs and take part in a range of inter school competitions.
Specialist Gymnastics Tuition £1000 To improve quality of PE Provision

 

This is ongoing as the children are advancing to higher skill levels and so school are benefiting from a higher level of skills coaching

 

Children continue to benefit from additional expertise in after school clubs. Children in Reception and KS1 are able to attend these clubs. We continue to be able to compete at higher levels of competitions.
Hathershaw College Partnership and Failsworth Affiliation £1450

 

Greater opportunity for high profile sports personalities to come into school A range of high profile individuals have visited Broadfield including Olympians. We take part in a range of inter school competitions and opportunities through the partnership.
Transport to matches £550 To increase participation in PE and competitive sport

 

We are able to attend weekly competitions at various key stages.

 

Total Sports Premium received £14,848
Total Expenditure £14,900
Remaining £0

 

Sports Premium Planned Support 2018/19

Focus Breakdown of Funding Action Plan Evidence
Attendance at Manchester Sports Awards £300 Increase staff knowledge and to celebrate Manchester Sports Award Team attended awards
Identity training and development needs for all staff and delivery suitable training CPD £0 Increase staff knowledge through utilisation of existing PE staff Teachers now team teaching with experienced PE staff.

 

Staff questionnaire planned for Spring term to highlight any needs

Research, identify and trial suitable assessment methods for PE lessons £0 Introduce consistent whole school approach to monitoring children’s’ progress in PE Children aware of their PE targets and teachers able to assess PE in the same way as other areas of the curriculum

One route has been explored but this was not suitable for mixed age classes. An alternative is currently being reviewed.

Swimming Top up £0 Improve swimming ability for those children who did not meet the expected standard at the end of Year 4 Increased ability and confidence for children. Currently taking small number of Year 5 children who are still working towards the expected target alongside the current Year 4s.
Summer Sports Club £500 Target less active children to participate in a range of healthy lifestyle activities in the school holidays High take up from targeted families – increasing number of hours spent undertaking physical activity
Attend professional competitions in the North West £600 Provide opportunities for children to watch professional level sporting events Raised expectations and enjoyment of sports
Support Walk to Work incentive £0 Encourage families to walk  to school

Assembly from external provider

Improved wellbeing and family routines
Contribution to continuation of Employment of 2 Sports Teaching Assistantsfrom April 2018 – March 2019 (one afternoon per week plus an after school club each evening) £7,727 Increase lunch time opportunities for children

Increase inclusion of all children in quality sports

Increase the number of after school clubs = particularly looking to create after school sports clubs for the younger children in Reception and Key Stage 1

All children involved in a range of health based activities
Contribution to 2 x specialist PE teaching assistant one afternoon per week plus an after school club each evening £9783    
Specialist Gymnastics Tuition £1300 To improve quality of PE Provision

 

This is ongoing as the children are advancing to higher skill levels and so school are benefiting from a higher level of skills coaching

 

 
Hathershaw College Partnership and Failsworth Affiliation £1500

 

Greater opportunity for high profile sports personalities to come into school  
Transport to matches £900 To increase participation in PE and competitive sport

 

 
Resources and guest sports £1000 Increase the sporting opportunities on offer to pupils Speedstacks

Volley ball nets

Soft play for Sports Week

Bubble Footie

 

Total Sports Premium expected £19,450
Total Expenditure £19,450
Remaining £0

 

Sports Premium Planned Support 2019/20

Focus Breakdown of Funding Action Plan Evidence
Identity training and development needs for all staff and delivery suitable training CPD £0 Increase staff knowledge through utilisation of existing PE staff Teachers now team teaching with experienced PE staff.

 

Staff questionnaire planned for Spring term to highlight any needs

Research, identify and trial suitable assessment methods for PE lessons £400 Introduce consistent whole school approach to monitoring children’s’ progress in PE Children aware of their PE targets and teachers able to assess PE in the same way as other areas of the curriculum

One route has been explored but this was not suitable for mixed age classes. An alternative is currently being reviewed.

Swimming Top up £0 Improve swimming ability for those children who did not meet the expected standard at the end of Year 4 Increased ability and confidence for children. Currently taking small number of Year 5 children who are still working towards the expected target alongside the current Year 4s.
Summer Sports Club £500 Target less active children to participate in a range of healthy lifestyle activities in the school holidays High take up from targeted families – increasing number of hours spent undertaking physical activity
Attend professional competitions in the North West £600 Provide opportunities for children to watch professional level sporting events Raised expectations and enjoyment of sports
Support Walk to Work incentive £0 Encourage families to walk  to school

Assembly from external provider

Improved wellbeing and family routines
Trim Trail £8500 Provide Reception and KS1 children with a series of obstacles to use at break, lunch and in lessons All children involved in a range of health based activities
Contribution to 1 x specialist PE teaching assistant one afternoon per week plus an after school club each evening £4891    
Specialist Gymnastics Tuition £1300 To improve quality of PE Provision

 

This is ongoing as the children are advancing to higher skill levels and so school are benefiting from a higher level of skills coaching

 

 
Hathershaw College Partnership and Failsworth Affiliation £1500

 

Greater opportunity for high profile sports personalities to come into school  
Transport to matches £900 To increase participation in PE and competitive sport

 

 
Resources and guest sports £200 Increase the sporting opportunities on offer to pupils  

 

Total Sports Premium expected £18,710
Total Expenditure £18,710
Remaining £0