PE and Sport Premium
Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.
PE and Sport Premium for 2017-18
The government is providing additional funding to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding in order to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and will see money going directly to schools to be spent on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools. We will be held accountable for how we have used the additional funding to support pupils progress and participation in PE and school sport. We are required to publish on-line information about how we have used the additional funding, including details about our sporting provision alongside curriculum details. This will ensure that parents/carers and others are made fully aware of the PE and sporting provision at Blair Peach Primary school.
This funding should help embed the Department for Education’s vision for Primary PE. The Department for Education’s vision for the Primary PE and Sport Premium is to ensure all pupils leaving primary school are physically literate and have the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
2017-2018 Allocation - Our allocation for 2017/2018 financial will be: £19,580.00
2016-2017 Allocation - Our allocation for 2016/2017 financial year was: £9780.00
2015-2016 Allocation Report - Our allocation for 2015-2016 financial year was: £9770.00
PE and Sport Premium for 2017-18
Blair Peach will receive a PE and Sport Premium Income of £19,580.00
We plan to use this money in the following ways in order to improve PE and Sport further this year:
|FOCUS||Cost £||Objectives||Success Criteria|
|Provision of training and resources to help staff teach PE and fundamental skills more effectively.
|£1500||Attend three days course at Featherstone High School.||*PE teacher can teach lessons aligned to the PE National Curriculum and Ofsted requirements.
*Improvement of pupils’ agility, balance and coordination. (assessment tool in scheme of work)
*Healthy competition and cooperative learning is promoted.
|Participation in a range of external competitive sports.
Increase pupil uptake and a proportion of Pupil Premium pupils participating in school sport.
|£2000||Subscribe to Featherstone Sport Partnership.
Liaise with Partnership and organise for teams to enter competitions.Create and Sport Hub with Berrymede Primary School.
|*Compete in at least 6 external competitions – an increase of 1 more than previous year – meets the Sports mark Silver Level in competitive participation.
*30% or more of Year 5 & 6 pupils to have represented the school externally – in participant records.
*At least 1 Pupil Premium pupils from each class to have represented the school externally in relevant competitions for each year group.
|Replace, top up and modernise PE equipment and resources.
Provision of equipment to help staff teach PE and Games more efficiently.
|Equipment & playground repairs £3000 +
|Purchase a wider variety of balls.
Purchase top up PE equipment items e.g. tennis balls, table tennis net and balls, footballs, netball, storage bags, marker cones.
Purchase new Multi Use Games Area (Muga).
Rewrite colour lines in the playground.
|*Increased hand-eye coordination amongst KS1 and those who need to develop fundamental skills.
*Increased more opportunities for varied physical activity in Games lessons.
*Increased pupil agility, stamina and skills in Games lessons.
*Teachers to be able to effectively teach Games lessons.
*Our established football team will be able to train effectively.
*Pupils have opportunity to play at lunchtime.
*Increased engagement and attainment from pupils during PE lessons.
*Teachers able to deliver PE lessons more effectively.
|Increase opportunities and quality of sport provision after school and during school hours for Activity days||After School sports clubs
|Specialist PE teacher to run 3 after school sports clubs every week.
Get more girls involved in after school sports clubs.
Get External coach twice a week to do clubs with pupils in KS1 and KS2.
Organise available extracurricular sporting opportunities for relevant year groups.
|*Multi skills Club available to Year 1, Year2, Year 3 and 4 Pupil Premium pupils who do not engage in physical activity after school and are less confident in traditional sports.
*Running club promotes the Daily Mile.
*High 5 Netball Club available to Year 5 and 6 then Cricket Club.
*Increased number of KS1 participation.
|Transport costs to attend competitions||£1000||To enable the school to attend competitions in our Sport Hub.||*To increase participation and reduce inactivity.
*Increase numbers in participation especially pupils who are less active and confident.
*Pupils are inspired by outside sporting clubs, coaches and agencies – exposure to role models and new sporting venues.
Blair Peach Primary School has been awarded the YST Silver Quality Mark. This successfully illustrates the outstanding impact PE has made.
Blair Peach Primary School provides all pupils with 2hrs of PE and school sport per week (made up of curricular and extra curriculum activity).
51% of pupils are engaged in extracurricular sporting activity every week, this shows the Sports Pupil Premium increases participation of pupils experiencing extracurricular sporting activity.
28% of pupils have been engaged in leading, managing and officiating your Sainsbury’s School Games activity
The PE Sports Premium has allowed Blair Peach Primary School to compete in 6 sports which are recognised by the Sainsbury School Games Level 2 competitions. This positively impacts pupils connection to competitive sport. These may include
- Rugby Union
Blair Peach Primary School provides B teams to 2 sports which are recognised by the Sainsbury School Games Level 2 competitions. This positively impacts pupil’s connection to competitive sport.
Blair Peach Primary School promotes the Sainsbury’s School Games to parents and the local community once every half term. Blair Peach Primary School features match reports and competition results on the school websites. This helps parents feel connected to the benefits created in PE.