Sports Premium

SPORTS PREMIUM IS BEING SPENT ON THE FOLLOWING THINGS IN 2016-17

Total allocation: £8540

  • A sports coach is being deployed at lunchtime to increase participation in competitive sport
  • A sports coach is being deployed to work alongside teaching staff, team teaching in PE sessions
  • The school subscribes to be a member of the School Sports Partnership and this will give them access to competitive sports fixtures with other schools

SPORTS PREMIUM EXPENDITURE AND IMPACT from previous years CAN BE FOUND BELOW

 

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2014 – 2015

  • Membership of the South Derbyshire School Sport Partnership (SSP).  This has had the following benefits so far:
    • Basketball coaching for 6 weeks (two classes).
    • Mini-leaders training for 19 pupils (Y5) to create a legacy of improving and sustaining lunchtime exercise and behaviour.  Children leading games at lunchtime.  Training for new Y5 started in September 2014.
    • Change 4 Life training for 6 lunchtimes in November / December 2014.
    • Hockey coaching x 5 weeks for Y5/6 and staff CPD in hockey in January / February 2015.
    • Sports competitions to give as many children as possible experience of sports competitions.  See separate document that breaks down numbers of children involved.

Cost = £900 for 2014-15.

  • Paying for a hockey coach to work with the classteacher in PE lessons, as well as deliver CPD to whole staff team. March/April 2015.  Cost = £20 per hour.  Sport funding used = £120.
  • Funding our Playleader at lunchtime.  As part of role this year, Playleader will set up intra-school sports and games between house teams. Cost = £3,000.
  • Proposed future spending. Summer Term – Cricket coaching and staff CPD by Derbyshire CCC in Summer term for 12 weeks, including Y2 – 6.  2 staff CPD sessions.  Cost = £600.  Sports Week in the Summer term 2015 and Summer term 2016.  Use funding to bring local clubs into school to introduce sports, e.g. Lullington CC; mobile skate park?  We will actively encourage children to take up sports outside of school and use the activities in sports week to forge further links with local clubs.

Impact

  • The number of children involved in school sport competitions and events has increased since the school started to receive sport funding.  We have entered 16 competitions in 2013 – 14 (18 including County finals for table tennis) as opposed to 14 competitions in 2012 – 13.  The percentage of the school population who have been involved in at least one competition in ’13 – ’14 is 60%  The children reached the County finals for table tennis (team and individual).  The KS1 gymnastics team won their competition.  In 2014 – 15 the school has already had success, winning the South Derbyshire table tennis competition and reaching the County finals, County finalists in football and finalists for South Derbyshire in basketball.
  • All staff (including TAs) have had up to date, relevant training to support the delivery of PE through the South Derbyshire CPD day in February ’14.  Staff have identified where they can put their training into practice with the children in a staff meeting.  Midday supervisors have been trained in keeping lunchtimes active, happy and productive.
  • Quality of work in PE for Y2, Y4, Y5 and 6 has improved through the use of a sports coach.  The coach is valued as part of the staff team, has built up strong relationships with the children and he knows their strengths and weaknesses.  High expectations have resulted in improved work in all aspects of the curriculum, particularly with the boys in Y5/6 and dance.
  • Mini-leaders work with the lunchtime playleader to run games and activities every lunchtime.  Lunchtime playleader’s practice has improved through CPD and shadowing sports coach.  Therefore behaviour has improved (less incidents reported and recorded), involvement in specific sports and games at lunchtime has increased (numbers taking part), and children are being exposed to more games and sports.
  • The profile of sport has continued to rise.  Through increased participation we are introducing more sport to more children, and by celebrating participation and success in the weekly family assembly (attended by 30 – 40 parents on average) we are sharing the increased profile of sport with the school community.  Successes in 2014/15 already include:- County finalists for table tennis (team & individual); runners up for South Derbyshire b.ball.
  • Funding has enabled us to introduce more sports / activities to children, e.g. climbing, salsa, tennis, golf etc.  It helps with the forging of links with clubs, e.g. Burton Tennis Club, Lullington CC, Derbyshire CC, Burton Golf Club, Burton Hockey Club, Swadlincote Scorpions (basketball).
  • Climbing wall, salsa etc ensures 100% participation by children, a love of sport, and excitement about being active and healthy. 2013 – 2014

Membership of the South Derbyshire School Sport Partnership (SSP).  This has had the following benefits so far:

  • Basketball coaching for 6 weeks (two classes).
  • Table tennis coaching day (attendance at after school club has risen from 6 children in December ’13 to 15 children in February ’14).  School team reached County Finals, Year 6 boy reached individual County Finals.
  • Mini-leaders training for 25 pupils (Y4/5) to create a legacy of improving and sustaining lunchtime exercise and behaviour.  Children already leading games February ’14.  Training for new Y5 in Autumn term 2014.
  • Sports competitions (5 entered by Jan. 2014) to give as many children as possible experience of sports competitions.  See separate document that breaks down numbers of children involved.
  • All staff (teachers, TAs and Midday Supervisors) have had a full day of sports / lunchtime training on the South Derbyshire joint training day on the 24th of February 2014, to ensure a legacy of high quality PE and sport / active lunchtimes.  Sport CPD includes: fundamentals, swimming, midday supervisor training, golf and tennis.

Cost = £600 for 2013-14.

  • Funding a sports coach.  The sports coach is being used to deliver high quality PE and sport in school.  The lunchtime Playleader is shadowing the sports coach in the morning and using ideas at lunchtimes.  The sports coach is also delivering a more able sports club at lunchtime.  Attendance at the after school club run by the coach has risen from less than 10 in September ’13 to 23 in January ‘14, as we are paying him to do more work in school with more classes (3).  The children are therefore encouraged to attend the club and improve their skills and experience.

Cost = £25 per hour.  Sport funding used = £37.50 per week.  £1,387.30 for 2013 – 14.

  • Funding a climbing wall for the whole school to use.  During Sport Week we hired the climbing wall from SDSSP and a team of instructors so that every single child could try climbing.  Cost = £450 for the day.