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

 

Sports Premium funding 2016/2017: £9753.00

Allocation                                                                 

Amount Spent

Bishop Challoner Sport PE & Sport Premium Programme Gold package

£6900.00

Get Sports Active Support

£1105.00

Aston Villa coaching  £ 1000.00

Transport to tournaments

£ 748.00

Total

£9753.00

This year we want to continue to increase participation in a range of clubs.

This year children wanted to have a 'streetdance' club and will try 'fencing'. 

Bishop Challoner are supporting inter-house tournaments. Our playleaders are

fantastic and the Year 6's this year have worked hard, being committed to supporting play at lunchtime. We have been asked to model our 'playleader' scheme for other schools as ours in seen as 'best practice'. (March 2017) 

Teaching staff have requested to see more 'dance' teaching and therefore are team teaching with experts with a view to increased confidence in their ability to deliver effective and high quality PE lessons. PE assessments are being introduced this Spring Term to show the progress and the impact of teaching. Pupil feedback is showing how much they are enjoying PE and the range of coaches and clubs. 

Aston Villa have a full breakfast club session and the children thoroughly enjoy their lessons. Aston Villa will be running holiday club at our school. 

Our Get Sports Active coach is focusing on measuring fitness levels across the school from Spring 2 2017 with data to be analysed and inform future practice.

 

Extra Curricular Clubs and Pupil Premium Participation

Extra Curricular Clubs and Pupil Premium Participation 1

Sports Premium funding 2015/2016: £9753.00

Allocation                                                                 

Amount Spent

Bishop Challoner Sport PE & Sport Premium Programme

£6900.00

Get Sports Active Support

£1105.00

Transport to tournaments

£1748.00

Total

£9753.00

 

Our biggest success for the last academic year has been the increased amount of extra-curricular activities, which are closely monitored by our co-ordinator. There were 21 extra-curricular clubs being offered in school; tennis, dodgeball, netball are amongst these clubs. 

 

Our link with Bishop Challoner Secondary School (Teaching Alliance) has ensured that our teachers have been trained specifically in areas of the PE curriculum that they have identified as needing support with. Confidence has grown with teaching of PE. The PE department has worked closely with the PE co-ordinators to identify these professional development needs and tailored the support accordingly. Bishop Challoner PE teachers and specialist coaches have been working alongside and team-teaching with the classroom teacher. 'Playleaders' have been trained and the initiative has been highly successful, showing 'best' practice and led by an enthusiastic TA in school. Bronze Ambassadors have participated in activities and discussions with other groups.

 

Get Sports Active provide further support during PE lessons to help provide the children with a more exciting and active sports curriculum, focusing on 'fitness'

 

Subsidising travel and coach costs for the many tournaments that we have entered our children into has increased the opportunities for many children to participate and enjoy the competitive element of sport. Our children have taken part in competitions for rounders, multi-sports, athletics, dance, football and netball.

 

 

St Edward's Sport Premium Funding Expenditure 2014/15

The Government has provided funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013/14 and 2014/15 to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding.

This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school Headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

The purpose of the funding is that schools will have to spend the sport funding in improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

Schools will be able to draw on the information on effective practice taken from case studies provided by the very best schools to enhance their physical education provision.

Sport Premium Funding Expenditure 2014/15

 

Total Sports Premium Allocation - £9856

 

Swimming costs

£5040

Travel costs

£1360

Moseley Rugby Mentors

Bishop Challoner Teaching Alliance

Teacher cover costs

£3156

Clubs / Resources

£300

 

Total spent:                     £9856

IMPACT:

All our KS2 children have had the opportunity to access an intensive week long course of swimming lessons (5 x afternoons) which has not taken as much time out of the curriculum, which was a consequence of the previous arrangements. Subsidising the cost of these lessons, along with the coach travel has ensured that all children have benefitted. We have found that the children are more enthusiastic, motivated and have made as much progress, learning this way.

 

Our link with Bishop Challoner Secondary School (Teaching Alliance) has ensured that our teachers have been trained specifically in areas of the PE curriculum that they have identified as needing support with. Confidence has grown with teaching of PE. The PE department has worked closely with the PE co-ordinators to identify these professional development needs and tailored the support accordingly. Bishop Challoner PE teachers and  specialist coaches have been working alongside and team-teaching with the classroom teachers.

 

Subsidising travel and coach costs for the many tournaments that we have entered our children into has increased the opportunities for many children to participate and enjoy the competitive element of sport. Our children have taken part in competitions for rounders, multi-sports, athletics, dance, football and netball.

 

Bishop Challenors have offered St Edward’s the training package for ‘The Bronze Ambassadors’ (4-6pm) and training for children to be ‘Play Leaders’ for lunchtime which has had a huge impact on the confidence and self-esteem of our older children. Since September 2015, the focus has been to increase the leadership skills of our children to ensure that they have ownership of their school. Both initiatives have been led by TA’s who have excelled in their roles and have enjoyed organising the children and rotas to ensure that it works well and is consistent. Excellent feedback has been received from the parents, children and staff at Bishop Challenors about the many benefits of this work.

 

Moseley Rugby coaches made a huge impact at lunchtimes particularly during the Summer 2015 which was their introduction. Their role was to support the ‘play’ elements at lunchtime and ensure that the children are taught a range of games which are supervised and with a referee.

 

Next steps for PE:

  • More extra-curricular sports for younger children.
  • Evaluate the training and impact of the teaching support on PE lessons.
  • Audit the sports equipment and PE planning within school.
  • Develop the House day/Sports events in Summer Term.

 

 

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