PE and Sports Premium Funding

Funding has been allocated to all mainstream and state funded schools within the primary phase. Schools receive PE and sport premium funding based on the number of pupils in years 1 to 6. 

Schools are free to determine how best to use this funding to improve the quality and depth of PE and sport provision.

At Lord Blyton School we employ a specialist PE teacher to provide high quality sports provision for the children.  It gives them the opportunity to develop a healthy lifestyle.

  • Sports Premium Plan 2016-17
  • The Use and Impact of Sports Premium at Lord Blyton Primary School for 2015-2016
  • PE and Sports Premium Activity Breakdown 2015-16
Lord Blyton Primary School
Sport Premium Plan 2016 - 2017

We will aim to utilise the Sport Premium funding in various ways over 2016-17, all of which will have a positive impact on the children at school and will allow for sustainability in future year.

We will:-

  • Hire qualified expert coaches to deliver specific sports
  • Provide existing staff with training and qualification opportunities
  • Purchase new and improved equipment and kits
  • Run healthy Change 4 life clubs encouraging a healthier lifestyle for our children
  • Run Holiday camps in school holidays
  • Increase pupil participation in the school games network.
  • Provide children with Sports Leader’s award
Funding Target Action Progress Measure Outcome
£200.00 (plus whatever bus costs to baths) Increase access to competition. Transport to various PE and sporting events such as swimming and tournaments. All children have access to the various sporting opportunities at no cost for themselves .

100% of children selected for teams and tournaments can travel.

100% of KS2 children can swim 25m by the time they leave year 6.
£1000 An increase in skill level of participants in specialist sports (gymnastics and KS1 football) Expert coaches deliver their specialist subject to children 100% of children who take up the option have the opportunity to improve their skills to a more refined level than is given during curriculum time. The children will develop and refine their skills to a higher level over the academic year.
£234 Decrease in child obesity and improvement in healthy lifestyle. Lunchtime fitness club to improve health and fitness within KS2 pupils. Provide participants with bottled water and new sporting equipment to aid the quality of the club. Children have a wider knowledge of health and fitness and importance of eating and staying healthy.
£680 Pupils to be provided with access to discover new sports and find  hidden talents Equipment bought or updated which can provide both curriculum and extra curricular opportunities for the whole school. 100% of children within school gain access to new or updated equipment. Children learn new skills and tactics on a range of lesser known sports, increasing likelihood of success for the school and the individual in PE and sport.
£650 Children experience higher volume of competition and participation element of sport. Entry into a range of tournaments  Whole school has the opportunity to a variation of tournaments or participation events

100% of pupils in school gain a greater knowledge of sports.

Pupils who take part have an increase in social skills and how to deal with winning and losing. 
£2500

Upskilling of staff, greater opportunity for children to participate in sport.

Opportunities for the school and individuals to be recognised on a regional and national level.
Buy into the South Tyneside School Games Network 

Thorough involvement in competitions administered by the School Games Network.

Ensuring relevant staff take up CPD opportunities within the School Games Network

Staff within school have a greater knowledge of PE as a subject.

Children across the whole school gain access to range of competitive and participation sporting events.

Increase participation levels in sport across the school.
£300 Staff to gain greater in depth knowledge of subject Relevant member of staff gain a further qualification. All children receive PE teaching from a member of staff with a higher level of qualification. 100% of children in PE receive teaching of a least Good standard.
£750 Participation in Sport outside of school time External company to deliver a holiday camp to as many as our children as take the opportunity. Frequent advertising on school website showing the opportunity available to all our children An increase on the pupil’s social interaction skills.
  New kit for football team Update existing kit due to wear and tear. Provide the school with brand new kit to be worn for any football match this season and beyond. Allows the football team the relevant kit to take part in friendlies/tournaments and league competitions.
Sustainability of Sports Premium Plan

The aims and objectives of the year 16/17 can be sustainable in future years because:-

  • The children will look more presentable in new kits for future competitions.
  • Their knowledge of healthy lifestyles will be sustained or improved.
  • Staff will have a more in depth knowledge of curriculum PE and wider knowledge of sports.

 

What is the Sports Premium?

The Government has been providing substantial extra funding for the academic years 2013/2014 and 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 of £150 million per annum to improve the provision of physical education and sport in primary 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 Sandown.
Purpose of funding
Schools can only spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.
Possible uses for the funding include: hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches, paying for professional development opportunities for sport, running sport competitions, or increasing participation in the school games, purchasing sports resources & equipment, providing places for pupils on after school sport clubs and holiday clubs.
How this funding is being used at Lord Blyton Primary School:
We believe in a holistic approach to the development of sport and physical activity for all. We want to enhance the teaching and learning of physical education at Lord Blyton whilst making the best use of resources to enhance our PE provision in order to raise participation and achievement for all pupils.
This year we have been able to employ Mr Gilmore directly onto the school staff to deliver PE.

The activity breakdown shows how the funding has been spent over the academic year 2015-2016.
Some activities may be subsidised so that pupils do not miss out due to financial constraints.
All children benefit regardless of sporting ability.

The funding has be spent on:
• Employing a specialist Sports coach to deliver PE in our school for pupils aged 6-11. Mr Gilmore has a degree in sports Science and all the relevant coaching qualifications which benefit our children.
• Employing a qualified sports coaches to work alongside. Mr Gilmore Providing places for pupils for after school sport clubs.
• Increasing participation in school sport.
• Providing opportunities for children to compete (i.e. in tournaments and fixtures between the local cluster primary special schools).
• Continued professional development (CPD) and curriculum delivery support.
• The purchase of sporting equipment and resources.
• Fun, interactive sports day that involved a sense of competition and involved parents.
• One week free Sports Club for pupils at Lord Blyton Primary School during the Summer holiday of 2016.


How we monitor the impact of this funding:

The school has monitored both the physical development & engagement levels of pupils through observation and discussions. Pupils say they enjoy being taught by a specialist PE coach as they have the knowledge and skills to be able to provide interesting and stimulating lessons covering a range of skills and sports.
The school has been offering a variety of lunchtime and after school sports clubs and will continue to do so over the next academic year and monitor the attendance to ensure maximum take up.
The school will maximise opportunities for both in school and out of school sporting competitions. The results of the competitions will be shared via the website & school newsletter.

 

2015/16

School Time PE Provision

After School Sports Provision

Swimming Provision

Autumn Term

Monday Afternoon

1.15-2.15 Covering yr 3

Tuesday Afternoon

1.15 - 2.15 Covering Yr 5/6 

2.15 - 3.15 Covering Yr 4

Wednesday Afternoon 

1.15 - 2.15 Covering Year 1

2.15 - 3.15 Covering Year 2

Thursday Afternoon

1.15 - 2.15 Covering Year 5/6

Monday

Gymnastics with outside coach Yr 2,3,4

Football with Mr Gilmore Yr 5/6

Tuesday

Multi sports Yr 3,4,5,6

Wednesday

Mini dribblers Yr 1, 2 

Wednesday 2.00-3.30 Year 3

Spring Term

Monday Afternoon

1.15-2.15 Covering yr 3

Tuesday Afternoon

1.15 - 2.15 Covering Yr 5/6 

2.15 - 3.15 Covering Yr 4

Wednesday Afternoon 

1.15 - 2.15 Covering Year 1

2.15 - 3.15 Covering Year 2

Thursday Afternoon

1.15 - 2.15 Covering Year 5/6

Monday

Gymnastics with outside coach Yr 2,3,4

Football with Mr Gilmore Yr 5/6

Tuesday

Multi sports Yr 3,4,5,6

Wednesday

Mini dribblers Yr 1, 2

Wednesday 2.00-3.30 Year 4

Summer Term

Monday Afternoon

1.15-2.15 Covering yr 3

Tuesday Afternoon

1.15 - 2.15 Covering Yr 5/6 

2.15 - 3.15 Covering Yr 4

Wednesday Afternoon 

1.15 - 2.15 Covering Year 1

2.15 - 3.15 Covering Year 2

Thursday Afternoon

1.15 - 2.15 Covering Year 5/6

Monday

Gymnastics with outside coach Yr 2,3,4

Football with Mr Gilmore Yr 5/6

Tuesday

Multi sports Yr 3,4,5,6

Wednesday

Mini dribblers Yr 1, 2

Wednesday 2.00-3.30 Year 5/6

Additional Costs

Sport/Event

Date/Term

Cost

 

Football Team
Continuous training on Tuesday night and played in the league.
Mr Gilmore

 

Football KS1

Continuous since Christmas Tuesday evening.

25.00 x 20 sessions

500.00

 

Gymnastics

Continuous KS 1/KS 2 Monday lunchtime and Monday evening.

Mr Gilmore

 

Swimming
Weekly. Termly each year group has a chance to swim.

Weekly cost 25.00 per session

60.00 Transport

 

Holiday Sports Club

Easter/ May half term 2 days

Pupil Premium

 

Basket Ball Tournament

Autumn 1

£250 to enter

 

Handball Tournament
Spring 2
£250 to enter

 

Kwik Cricket Tournament

Summer 1

£250 to enter

 

Athletics Tournament

Summer 2

£250 to enter

 

Dance Festival

Weekly leading up to Dance  Festival  Summer 2

Miss Atherton

 

Cheerleading Festival
Weekly leading up Cheerleading Festival Summer 2
£250 to enter

 

Athletics Tournament

Summer 2

£250 to enter

 

Dodgeball In house Tournament

Weekly club leading to tournament

Mr Gilmore/ Mr Stead

 

 

 

 

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