Sports Premium

Sports Premium

Year

Amount Received

Use of Pupil Premium

Impact

2013/14 £5 per child Plus £8,000 lump sum £3,500 to Leighton Linslade School Sports Partnership to work with Stanbridge Lower School to raise standards in PE and school sport:

  • Access to competitions.
  • Transportation to events
  • Yr4 children to train as sports leaders x 3 afternoons. Then to organise sports (Level 1 competitions) for whole school on Friday afternoons. (Debbie Summerfield from Brooklands)
  • Level 1 competitions for KS2 children by Year 8 students from Brooklands
  • Review of sports provisions and resources at Stanbridge.
  • 5 days of INSET for staff – Chris Boardman
  • Access to all CPD training courses
  • Bikeability for all Yr 4 = 6 hours of coaching
  • Training for Before and After School Club = 6 hours with Scott and The Future Games.
  • Bronze ambassador workshop

£2,284 To work with The Future Games Company:

  • Online membership to The Future Games for training, lessons and ideas eg. video clips
  • Training:  R, Yr1, Yr2 with Elizabeth Patterson called ImaginePE (coaching for staff and demonstration lessons).
  • Planning related to PE through story.
  • Planning for KS1 gym
  • INSET for staff at Grafham Waters with Scott about multi activities

£228 Updating indoor sports equipment
£260 New mats
£1,995 New wall bars for hall
£200 Gym coaching after Easter
Total = £8,267

INSET Coaching for staff: Raised confidence in all aspects of teaching for staff.Instruction for children: More confidence in road safety and bike confidence. Benefit from enhanced teaching from staff due to coaching and updating of PE skills.Competitions: Being able to use and apply their skills in a competitive environment and competing against other children in the learning community.Updating of resources: Staff are now aware of the variety of equipment in school and are more aware of how to use the equipment effectively.

For a detailed analysis see link below.

2014/15 £5 per child Plus £8000 lump sum £3,500 to Leighton Linslade School Sports Partnership to work with Stanbridge Lower School to raise standards in PE and school sport:

  • Access to competitions.
  • Transportation to events
  • Yr4 children to train as sports leaders x 3 afternoons. Then to organise sports (Level 1 competitions) for whole school on Friday afternoons. (Debbie Summerfield from Brooklands)
  • Level 1 competitions for KS2 children by Year 8 students from Brooklands
  • Review of sports provisions and resources at Stanbridge.
  • 5 days of INSET for staff – Chris Boardman
  • Access to all CPD training courses
  • Bikeability for all Yr 4 = 6 hours of coaching
  • Training for Before and After School Club = 6 hours with Scott and future games.
  • Bronze ambassador workshop

£1,200 Sports benching for field
£1,500 Updating and replenishing sports equipment
£1,000 Sports development for children

  • Coaches to school
  • Trips to sports fixtures and venues

£1,000 Training for staff

Children have accessed a wide variety of coaching, training, competitions, working with young leaders whilst becoming young leaders themselves. A wide variety of initiatives provided by the sports partnership has encouraged all children from all abilities to have a greater involvement in sports and PE activities and be given expert tuition. This has also raised the profile of sport across the school and enabled children to make better progress in sport and PE.Staff have increased and refreshed their skills in the teaching of such areas a gym, dance, cricket. This has impacted on the quality of teaching in lessons which has meant that progress has been greater.Children have a wider variety of resources available during teaching and play sessions which has helped them to make better progress in PE/sport and has helped to keep them healthy and fit. The whole school attended Grafham and took part in adventurous activities across the day which they don’t have access to in the main curriculum.This was particularly applicable to our vulnerable groups of children. This raised their independence and confidence in themselves; trying activities which challenged them eg. rafting, archery, bush craft, assault course (blindfolded) and team games.
2015/16 £8,339 £3,500 to Leighton Linslade School Sports Partnership to work with Stanbridge Lower School to raise standards in PE and school sport:

  • Access to competitions.
  • Transportation to events
  • Yr4 children to train as sports leaders x 3 afternoons. Then to organise sports (Level 1 competitions) for whole school on Friday afternoons. (Debbie Summerfield from Brooklands)
  • Level 1 competitions for KS2 children by Year 8 students from Brooklands
  • Review of sports provisions and resources at Stanbridge.
  • 5 days of INSET for staff – Chris Boardman
  • Access to all CPD training courses
  • Bikeability for all Yr 4 = 6 hours of coaching
  • Training for Before and After School Club = 6 hours with Scott and future games.
  • Bronze ambassador workshop

£1500 new maypole including cd and teacher’s book
£1000 sports development equipment
£500 new tennis nets
£800 further staff training
£1000 sports coaches for children

See End of Year Impact Review below.
2016/17 £8,339 £3,500 to Leighton Linslade School Sports Partnership to work with Stanbridge Lower School to raise standards in PE and school sport:

  • Access to competitions.
  • Transportation to events
  • Yr4 children to train as sports leaders x 3 afternoons. Then to organise sports (Level 1 competitions) for whole school on Friday afternoons. (Debbie Summerfield from Brooklands)
  • Level 1 competitions for KS2 children by Year 8 students from Brooklands
  • Review of sports provisions and resources at Stanbridge.
  • 5 days of INSET for staff – Chris Boardman
  • Access to all CPD training courses
  • Bikeability for all Yr 4 = 6 hours of coaching
  • Training for Before and After School Club = 6 hours with Scott and future games.
  • Bronze ambassador workshop

£ 2000 towards purchase of mini bus for sports events. Further saving towards projects for next year.

See End of Year Impact 16-17 below
2017/18 £8,339 £3,500 to Leighton Linslade School Sports Partnership to work with Stanbridge Lower School to raise standards in PE and school sport:

  • Access to competitions and festivals of sport across KS1/2 for 2017/18
  • Transportation to events
  • Yr4 children to train as sports leaders x 3 afternoons. Then to organise sports (Level 1 competitions) for whole school
  • Level 1 competitions for KS2 children
  • Review of sports provisions and resources at Stanbridge.
  • Bikeability for all Yr 4 = 6 hours of coaching
  • Training for Before and After School Club

£100 Purchase of pilates and yoga scheme of work
£1400 Additional playground markings
£400 Purchase of a Maypole and scheme of work
£500 Additional coaching for After School Club staff
£300 New netball and basketball hoops
£900 L5 Sport qualification for Subject Leader
£300 New tennis nets
£100 Used to increase participation in sports

See End of Year Impact Review below

Sports Premium Action Plan 1819

Sports Funding Impact Review 1718

End of Year Impact Review 16-17

End of Year Impact Review 2015/16

End of Year Impact Review 2014/15

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