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Bedford Hall Methodist Primary School

Bedford Hall Methodist Primary School

16-17 Sports Funding

Sport Premium Funding Allocation 2016/17

16/17 c/forward - £3374

16/17 allocation - £8895

TOTAL - £12269

Rugby and Football 

Investment

  • Partnership work on PE with local partners
  • Participation and success in competitive school sports.
  • Wider extra-curricular opportunities

Provision

  • Tag Rugby training and tournaments
  • Weekly after school Rugby training club (across all terms)
  • After school football club (across the year)

Impact

  • Enhance staff skills and knowledge of this sport.
  • Can offer Key Stage 2 children a high quality extra-curricular Rugby club
  • Opportunity for children to compete within Rugby and Football competitions
  • Free club allows more children to participate.
  • Participation in a variety of tournaments between other schools.

Cost

Sessions across the year for football and rugby coaches
£570

10 matches @ £40 transport cost
£400

£970

Swimming  

Investment

  • Partnership work on PE with local partners

Provision

  • Support parents by subsidising costs of coach to ensure the inclusion of all children

Impact

  • Enhanced swimming skills for children attending (Y3 and Y4 children).
  • Inclusion of all children in the development of this life skill.
  • Raise interest in new sports for the children.

Cost

£870  Swimming fees

Transport cost- £330– offset by £2.00 charge from children 50% subsidy £330

Total £1200

Clubs offered by Premier Sport 

Investment

  • Improved participation in activities and promoting healthy lifestyles
  • Partnership work on PE with local partners
  • Provide a range of provision and alternative sporting activities
  • Wider extra-curricular opportunities

Provision

  • To offer a lunchtime Change 4 Life club for up to 20 children in Years 1 and 2 run by Premier Sport professional coach
  • To offer an after school sports club for up to 20 children in various year groups run by Premier Sports professional coach- Hockey quicksticks – KS2 (Aut 1) Fencing – KS1 (Aut 2)
  • Other clubs tbc which engage at least 50% of students

Impact

  • Introduce children to a new sport which they cannot access in school.
  • Promote individual and team sport competitions or increase pupils’ participation in the School Games.
  • Run sports activities with other schools.
  • Establishing strong, sustainable partnerships with local community sports clubs where no links have been made in the past.
  • Establishing a house system to enable regular, inter-house sports competitions for pupils of all ages.

Cost

£3800

Training on outdoor learning equipment 

Investment

  • Up-skilling of staff to enhance quality of PE provision being delivered in school.
  • Making physical education curriculum inclusive
  • Provide a range of provision and alternative sporting activities

Provision

  • School to purchase climbing wall/ boulder wall
  • To train teachers/ pupils in appropriate use of the wall 

Impact

  • Enhanced P.E provision and delivery of activities in school.
  • Staff trained to use new equipment purchased effectively.
  • Improved standards.
  • Positive attitudes to health and well-being.
  • Engaged or re-engage disaffected pupils.
  • Increased pupil participation.
  • Increase outdoor learning opportunities

Cost

£1999

CPD for PE 

Investment

  • Up-skilling of staff to enhance quality of PE provision being delivered in school.
  • Links with other subjects that contribute well to pupils overall achievement and their greater SMSC skills.
  • Making physical education curriculum inclusive
  • Improved participation in activities and promoting healthy lifestyles
  • Provide a range of provision and alternative sporting activities

Provision

  • Developed knowledge and up skilling all staff on the use of equipment and resources
  • Developed knowledge of targeted staff on identified area of need
  • CPD providers- Premier Sports and other tbc 

Impact

  • Raised attainment in P.E.
  • Improved standards.
  • More confident and competent staff.
  • Enhanced knowledge of effective planning and assessments along with good understanding of inclusion in this subject.
  • To include differentiation in planning for SEND.
  • Lesson plan and assessment structure consistent throughout school.

Cost

£540- Premier + £560 additional teacher CPD

£1100

CPD for teachers - specialist dance teaching from outside provider 

Investment

  • Improved participation in activities and promoting healthy lifestyles
  • Making physical education curriculum inclusive
  • Provide a range of provision and alternative sporting activities
  • Wider extra-curricular opportunities
  • Participation and success in competitive school sports.

Provision

  • To ensure that our children have high quality PE provision that is broad and engaging for all and meets the requirements of the national curriculum.
  • Working with Year 1 and Year 2 – Autumn 1/ 2 (tbc) 

Impact

  • Improved standards.
  • Increased pupil participation.
  • Children are taught by a subject specialist to ensure quality first teaching of sport.
  • Opportunity to experience new sports.
  • More confident and competent staff.

Cost

£1000

Inter school competitions through Sainsbury’s School Games and club links 

Investment

  • Partnership work on PE with other schools and local partners
  • Up-skilling of staff to enhance quality of PE provision being delivered in school – organising competitions
  • Participation and success in competitive school sports.

Provision

  • Events and competitions with schools in the Wigan East district and within the area cluster
  • Events and competitions are publicised and coordinated on the Sainsbury’s School Games Notice Board

Impact

  • Children have the opportunity to strengthen their skills in a sport and to build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect. 
  • Take part in 6 inter and 6 intra competitions including providing opportunities for SEND children.
  • Young people represent their school and influence the direction of sport within school as part of a Sainsbury’s School Games Organising Crew.
  • External commendation and a recognised award for PE provision.

Cost

6 x £50 Transport cost

£400

Improved participation in activities and promoting healthy lifestyles 

Investment

  • Making physical education curriculum inclusive
  • Provide a range of provision and alternative sporting activities

Provision

  • To offer a day’s programme (dates tbc) of outdoor and adventurous activities to Year 3 and Year 4 children at a specialist activity centre: Anderton Centre- Chorley

Impact

  • To introduce children to a new sport which they cannot access in school.
  • Improved standards.
  • Positive attitudes to health and well-being.
  • Engaged or re-engage disaffected pupils.
  • Increased pupil participation.

Cost

(cost of visit £1500, cost of transport £600)

£1800 + children to pay £5 contribution each to attend

Actual Costs so far:

Total - £12269