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PE and Sport Premium

2017 - 2018

What is it?

 

The Sports Premium is an additional grant funded by the DfE in order to raise the quality of sports provision across all schools. Each school determines the areas of Sport which they intend to target and this will be linked to the School Development Plan (SDP). The amount received for this academic year of 2017/18 is £11,942.50

How are we using our grant?

 

This funding has been spent on the following activities in order to enhance sports provision in our school:

Membership of the Bedford and Kempston School Sports Partnership which includes the following activities throughout the year:

 

  • Level 1 Competition within school
  • KS1 Multi Skills festival
  • KS1 Spring Multi Sports Festival
  • KS1 Summer Multi Sports Festival
  • KS2 Multi Sports Festivals
  • KS2 Spring Multi Sports Festivals – 3/4 and 5
  • KS2 Summer Multi Sports Festivals
  • KS2 Sports Hall Athletics Festivals
  • KS2 Quadkids Festivals 3/4 and 5
  • KS2 Tennis Festivals 3/4 and 5
  • Year 5/6 Dodgeball Competition
  • Access to Level 3 County Competitions in Gymnastics, Athletics, Tag Rugby, Kwik Cricket, Quadkids, Athletics and Tennis (dependent upon qualification in Level 2 Competition at festivals)
  • All transport costs are included in this.

 

We have allocated remaining monies to enable the following:

 

  • Specialist Dance teacher to lead and support teachers in Dance.
  • Specialist Dance Teacher to provide G&T lunchtime club.
  • MK Dons Football training for Year 5 curriculum time.
  • Trytime Rugby club for Years 3/4 lunchtime club.
  • Swimming training for new staff to be able to teach lessons in Summer Term.
  • New equipment for Football, Netball and Gym curriculum lessons, clubs and inter-school competitions.

The children at Balliol Lower School will have access to the following Sports during this academic year:

 

Gymnastics, swimming, water safety skills, dance, football, tag rugby, basketball, uni-hoc, scoreball, rounders, athletics, golf, OAA, goalball, tennis, athletics, cheerleading, skipping, quick sticks hockey, team building skills, netball, dodgeball and multi skill sessions.

Clubs

 

KS1:

All pupils in KS1 have had the opportunity to take part in a variety of sports festivals over the year as well as develop their skills in their own outside areas. Year 1 also helped out with Year 5 when they were training as Sports Leaders this term.

 

KS2:

  • Autumn: Football, Table Tennis, MK Dons Football, Try Time Rugby, G&T Dance, Dodgeball, Gymnastics, Netball
  • Spring: Football, Dance, Netball
  • Summer: Tennis, Bikeability, Rounders, Athletics

Statistics:

 

  • 100% of children from Years 1 to 5 will compete in intra-school competition
  • 100% of children from Years 3 to 5 will be offered the opportunity to take part in After-School and/or Lunchtime Sports clubs. Years 1-2 clubs to be looked into and costed up.
  • 100% of children will be offered the opportunity to compete in Level One competitions against other schools
  • 100% of children from Reception to Year 5 will have the opportunity to participate in swimming sessions in the Autumn and Summer term.

The effect of funding on pupils' sport participation and attainment:

 

The effect of funding has been that the awareness of sports and healthy lifestyle in school has risen. Pupils have been exposed to lots of variety within PE. This has also raised their interest and attainment within the subject. An example of this is that during the Autumn Term, a group of Year 5 pupils took part in a Yr5/6 Dodgeball club and competition against other schools and came 4th.

How the school will ensure these improvements are sustainable:

 

Future PE subject leaders will follow up this years hard work and improvement by organising more staff curriculum development, clubs for all year groups, increased participation in intra and inter school competition as well as developing as sports leadership program from yrs 3-6 to allow KS2 to assist KS1 during sports day etc.

Sport’s Premium Income:

 

£18,310

Expenditure (To date):

 

Area of expenditure

Cost

School Sports Partnership Package

£3450

Specialist Dance Teacher

(£4,500)

£4,500

MK DONS Curriculum Year 5

£180

TryTime Rugby Year 3/4 Lunchtime Club

£135

Swimming Training for new teachers/refresher training.

TBC

Goal Posts for curriculum, after school clubs and Inter-School Competitions.

TBC

(200)

Netball posts for curriculum and after school club/competitions

TBC

(£189)

New mats for Hall for gymnastics

TBC

(6@ £43 each)

Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Previous Year Information: 2017 - 2018

What is it?

 

The Sports Premium is an additional grant funded by the DfE in order to raise the quality of sports provision across all schools. Each school determines the areas of Sport which they intend to target and this will be linked to the School Development Plan (SDP). Balliol’s allocation is as follows:

- September 2015 - March 2016 £5,256

- April 2016 - August 2016 £3,754

- September 2016 - March 2017 £5,314

- April 2017 - Aug 2017 £3,796

 

The allocation for the 2016/17 academic year is therefore £9110

 

How are we using our grant?

 

This funding has been spent on the following activities in order to enhance sports provision in our school:

Membership of the Bedford and Kempston School Sports Partnership which includes the following activities throughout the year:

  • Level 1 Competition within school
  • KS1 Multi Skills festival
  • KS1 Spring Games Festival
  • KS1 Summer Games Festival
  • KS1 Gymnastics Festival
  • KS2 Multi Skills Festival
  • KS2 Spring Games Festival
  • KS2 Summer Games Festival
  • KS2 Gymnastics Festival
  • KS2 Sports Hall Athletics Festival
  • KS2 Quadkids Festival
  • KS2 Tennis Festival
  • Access to Level 3 County Competitions in Gymnastics, Athletics, Tag Rugby, Kwik Cricket, Quadkids Athletics and Tennis (dependent upon qualification in Level 2 Competition at festivals)
  • All transport costs are included in this.

 

 

We have allocated remaining monies to enable the following:

  • Specialist Dance teacher to lead and support teachers in Dance
  • Privately run After School Club (Little Tykes)

 

The children at Balliol School will have access to the following Sports during this academic year of 2016/2017:

 

Gymnastics, swimming, water safety skills, dance, football, tag rugby, basketball, uni-hoc, scoreball, rounders, athletics, golf, OAA, goalball, tennis, quadkids athletics, cheerleading, skipping, quick sticks hockey, team building skills and multi skill sessions.

 

Expenditure:

 

 Area of expenditure

 Cost

 School Sports Partnership Package

 £2600

 Specialist Dance Teacher

£6150

 Premier Soccer After School Club

£350

 

PE Overview 2017 - 2018

 

 

 

 

Statistics:

 

  • 100% of children from Years 1 to 4 will compete in intra-school competition
  • 100% of children from Years 1 to 4 will be offered the opportunity to take part in After-School and/or Lunchtime Sports clubs
  • 100% of children from Years 1 to 4 will be offered the opportunity to compete in Level One competitions against other schools
  • 100% of children from Reception to Year 4 will have the opportunity to participate in swimming sessions in the Autumn and Summer term

 

How has the grant made a difference to the PE and sport participation and attainment of the pupils who attract the funding?

 

Participation rates have increased for extra-curricular school sport and our club links have increased significantly also. In response to this, lunchtime and after school clubs will be taking place in Autumn 2016 and beyond. Dance is becoming a strength within the school and boys have been more willing to participate in the topic linked Dance themes. It is hoped that after last years Gymnastics coaching, our standards will be enhanced as we work to develop a whole school approach to the teaching of Gymnastics. We also hope to give those Gifted and Talented children additional teaching and hopefully link these to club Gymnastics

 

Sustainability

 

The measures we have taken to ensure sustainability have been to establish long-term associations with specialists who have worked alongside existing teaching staff to ensure that all teachers can now deliver high quality PE across a range of areas.

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