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Sports Premium Funding

The government provide additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – is allocated to primary school headteachers.  It is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

 

Purpose of funding

 

The premium must be used to fund additional, sustainable and quality improvements to the provision of PE and Sport and to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.  This means that the premium should be used to:

  • develop or add to the PE and sports activities that our school already offers, and
  • build capacity and capability within the school to ensure improvements made now will benefit pupils joining the school in future years.

 

Bede Community Primary School

 

Physical Education and Sports Premium Funding 2018-2019

Total Funding Allocated £17, 528

 

Expenditure

Objective

Action

Success Criteria

Impact

£700

To increase teachers’ subject knowledge and ensuring high quality PE lessons throughout each phase.

  • Carry out a staff audit to establish CPD needs.
  • Team teach with designated School Sport Coordinator.
  • Teachers’ subject knowledge of teaching aspects of PE is increased.
  • The quality of PE delivered in lessons is improved (teachers are empowered / have increased confidence) in delivering PE sessions
  • Children enjoys PE and feel challenged in lessons.

Staff are more confident and skilled in teaching PE.

 

All children receive weekly high-quality PE lessons

 

 

£600

To increase participation in dance (particularly aimed at boys)

  • Professional dancers (Fertile Ground) to develop children’s  dance skills.
  • Children help develop and perform motifs, which are then used within a whole class dance.

 

  • Children from Years 5 and 6 perform the dance to parents / school.
  • Healthy active lifestyles are promoted.
  • Children perform a physical activity for an audience.

Children in Years 5 and 6 work with professional dancers / coaches.

 

Children to develop their own motifs as part of a whole school dance and perform to guests / publicly.

 

Children are enthused by dancing – increase of children from Year 5 to attend 2019/20 annual dance festival.

 

Our outdoor dance studio is used daily by pupils during break times.

 

Learn to ride

£300

  • Nursery / Reception children – Learn to ride
  • Cycling coach to work with YN and R using balance bikes / progressing to bikes.
  • Children learn to ride / develop confidence / enjoy cycling.

All children in nursery and reception can to ride balance bikes at the end of the session.

 

Confident children to progress to pedal bikes.

Scooter Skills

£300

  • Year 2 – to learn how to ride a scooter safely
  • scooter coach to work with Y2 to teach safety and skills
  • Children learn to ride / develop confidence / enjoy scooting.

Year 2 children to be able to ride their scooters safely.

 

£1800 + £600

  • All KS2 children to participate in a range of cycling rides on a safe but challenging route
  • Year 6 children to further develop their cycling skills with a week of riding different / challenging terrain
  • To develop life-long love of cycling / keeping fit 
  • Year 4 cycling challenge to the Cycle Hub on the Quayside – focus on safety / enjoyment / fitness
  • Year 6 to ride to / or at Blyth Beach / Chopwell / Newburn/ Hamsterley Forest and Simonside. The range of terrain / challenge and distance will be demanding and exciting.
  • Children enjoy physical exercise and feel challenged / sense of achievement
  • Children know how to ride a variety of roads / tracks in a safe manner
  • Participation is physical activities beyond the curriculum
  • A life-long love of cycling

KS2 children have increased confidence and stamina when cycling.

 

Children in Years 5 and 6 can ride for sustained distances over a range of different terrains.

 

Children to ride daily / regularly using their own bike / school bikes in a safe manner.

 

Children to see cycling as a sport / healthy activity. Children to attend Bede Wheelers Cycling Club.

£2,200 + £300 + £3,500 +£200

10 x BMX bikes

10 x scooters

5 x balance bikes

Shipping container / lock up

We already own 12 mtb.

  • Ks1 and KS2 Children to be able to participate in physical activity on a daily basis
  • A life-long love of cycling EYFS / KS1 children learn to ride in a safe environment
  • Daily exercise for children / active
  • All children learn to ride a bike
  • Children know the importance of safety equipment
  • Healthy active lifestyles are introduced / a life-long love of cycling is developed

All children across our school access cycling / scooting on a time-tabled weekly basis.

 

Children to see cycling as a sport / healthy activity. Children to attend Bede Wheelers Cycling Club.

£2,500

A dirt / race track is built

  • Children can race on a relatively safe track
  • A track is built and used for break times / after school club, etc
  • A competitive element is introduced to riding a bike
  • Children know the importance of safety equipment
  • Healthy active lifestyles are introduced / a life-long love of cycling is developed

Children understand why safety equipment must be worn.

 

KS2Children to be taught another form of cycling.

 

Children to see cycling as a sport / healthy activity. Children to attend Bede Wheelers Cycling Club.

£7,180

Cycling area constructed

  • A safe area is constructed for children to ride bikes and scooters during break times / after school clubs / curriculum / etc.

 

A safe cycling / scooter area is constructed on the KS2 yard

  • Daily exercise for children / active
  • All children learn to ride a bike
  • Children know the importance of safety equipment
  • Healthy active lifestyles are introduced / a life-long love of cycling / scooting is developed

All children across our school access cycling / scooting on a time-tabled weekly basis.

 

Children to see cycling as a sport / healthy activity. Children to attend Bede Wheeler's Cycling Club.

 

Children to ride daily / regularly using their own bike / school bikes in a safe manner.

£21,980

+ £2,400 purchase of premium SLA + Gymnastics / football / Yoga coaching, etc.

 

As you can see in the above table, we have spent more than the grant we received for sports premium funding. Sport and PE has always been a high priority at Bede and this will continue to be the case in the future.

From July 31st 2019, it is a statutory requirement to publish the percentage of pupils in our Year 6 cohort who can:

  • swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres. At Bede this is 85.7%
  • use a range of strokes effectively. At Bede this is 85.7%
  • perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations. At Bede this is 85.7%
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School Sports Premium for 2017/18 and Impact Statement

Sports Premium Impact Statement 2016-17

Sports Premium Impact Statement 2015-16

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